The Legendary Maney Gault Frank Hamer’s best friend and partner in tracking down Bonnie and Clyde should be remembered as one of the greatest Texas Rangers by John Fusco

Three years after his role in tracking down and killing Bonnie and Clyde, Maney Gault returned to the Texas Rangers, earned the rank of captain and served ten years with distinction until his death in 1947. — All images Courtesy John Fusco unless otherwise noted — White Rabbit On April 1, 1934, 6’2” Frank Hamer … Continue reading “The Legendary Maney Gault Frank Hamer’s best friend and partner in tracking down Bonnie and Clyde should be remembered as one of the greatest Texas Rangers by John Fusco”

Something for the History Teachers – 116 Of The Oldest Color Photos Showing What The World Looked Like 100 Years Ago by Greta Jaruševičiūtė

BoredPanda staff When you think of old photos or historical pictures, you naturally think in terms of black and white, but as you can see from these stunning vintage photos from the turn of the 20th century, color pictures have been around for a lot longer than you think. Before 1907, if you wanted a color … Continue reading “Something for the History Teachers – 116 Of The Oldest Color Photos Showing What The World Looked Like 100 Years Ago by Greta Jaruševičiūtė”

Here was a Stud 1st Class (He would of been 88 years old today)

Richard J. Meadows From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Richard J. Meadows Nickname(s) “Dick” Born June 16, 1931 Johnson Creek, Alleghany County, Virginia, U.S. Died July 29, 1995 (aged 64) Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, U.S. Buried Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, U.S. Allegiance United States of America Service/branch United States Army Years of service 1947–1977 … Continue reading “Here was a Stud 1st Class (He would of been 88 years old today)”

Nazi Germany Produced More Machine Guns Than Any Other Nation in World War II by Peter Suciu ,

  What a difference 100 years made in the course of war. When the armies of Europe faced each other on the battlefields across the continent during the Napoleonic Wars, soldiers could successfully fire three to four rounds a minute. During the First World War, millions were killed and one invention had changed warfare forever—the 1884 Maxim … Continue reading “Nazi Germany Produced More Machine Guns Than Any Other Nation in World War II by Peter Suciu ,”

A list of Shame*

Vandalizing American History: A List of 64 Toppled, Defaced, or Removed Statues   by Virginia Allen   The list of American statues and other monuments that have been toppled, decapitated, defaced, or removed since the May 25 killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis grew longer almost daily through June and into July. A mob cheered as … Continue reading “A list of Shame*”

As both a Former Teacher & Parent I could see how this happened (There are a lot of strange Folks in Education Dear Readers)

Cops Called After Teacher Spies BB Gun In Kid’s Bedroom During Virtual Class Posted at 9:30 am on June 12, 2020 by Cam Edwards Police in Baltimore County, Maryland paid a visit to Courtney Lancaster’s home the other day after getting a call from the school resource officer at Seneca Elementary, where Lancaster’s 11-year old son is in … Continue reading “As both a Former Teacher & Parent I could see how this happened (There are a lot of strange Folks in Education Dear Readers)”

Well I enjoyed it!

https://youtu.be/er4ab2RzaEo Rules? In a knife fight? No rules!   I just loved this film! Grumpy