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  • December, 2008
  • best laid plans

    this will be a short post



    I haven't updated this in a while and maybe you are wondering why

    provided you noticed



    I started this site to show off what I think are some of the best pinups out there

    and I think I'm doing that



    but silly me expected to get a little feedback

    You thing I would know better by now



    so now I got back to doing this for me

    no more notifying the girls that I posted about them

    no more trolling myspace for ideas photographers and the like



    John
  • November, 2008
  • Veterans Day

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    Today is Veterans Day in the US

    So just for that we have something a little different

    Today's pinups are classic.. from a collection of patriotic cards that I found on the web



    I don't have any photo credits or any contact info

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    U.S. President Woodrow Wilson first proclaimed an Armistice Day for November 12, 1919. The United States Congress passed a concurrent resolution seven years later on June 4, 1926, requesting the President issue another proclamation to observe November 11 with appropriate ceremonies. An Act (52 Stat. 351; 5 U. S. Code, Sec. 87a) approved May 13, 1938, made the 11th of November in each year a legal holiday; "a day to be dedicated to the cause of world peace and to be thereafter celebrated and known as 'Armistice Day'."



    In 1953, an Emporia, Kansas, shoe store owner named Al King had the idea to expand Armistice Day to celebrate all veterans, not just those who served in World War I. King had been actively involved with the American War Dads during World War II. He began a campaign to turn Armistice Day into "All" Veterans Day. The Emporia Chamber of Commerce took up the cause after determining that 90% of Emporia merchants as well as the Board of Education supported closing their doors on November 11, 1953, to honor veterans. With the help of then-U.S. Rep. Ed Rees, also from Emporia, a bill for the holiday was pushed through Congress. President Dwight Eisenhower signed it into law on May 26, 1954.



    Congress amended this act on November 8, 1954, replacing "Armistice" with Veterans, and it has been known as Veterans Day since.

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  • October, 2008
  • are you asking yourself why?

    I do that all the time myself...
    why

    Well since you asked...
    when I was young, my mom watched a lot of movies from the golden age of hollywood
    so I had a steady diet of WWII movies, Elvis, Musicals, Westerns, and of course drama/comedies

     

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