Alan Young, who gamely played straight man to a talking horse for five years in classic sitcom "Mr. Ed," died Thursday at the Motion Picture and Television Home in Woodland Hills, Calif. He was 96.
RIP sir. To the youngins out there, read his story and tell your friends.
You are free because of men like this.
Is it bad that i think this is kind of funny?
At least I feel sorry for the damage to the homeowner's house.
Burglar stuck in chimney dies after homeowner lights fire
A burglar stuck in a chimney died Saturday after the homeowner lit a fire in the...
Frank E. Petersen, First Black General in Marines, Dies at 83
Frank E. Petersen Jr., who suffered bruising racial indignities as a military enlistee in the 1950s and was even arrested at an officers' club on suspicion of impersonating a lieutenant, but...
Today is turning out to be one depressing day. After all the coverage of the TV reporter shooting this story kind of missed the front page. But it illustrates similar attributes. Basically a normal day can turn bad, real bad, in an instant. A rssponding officer to a call of a stabbing runs into...
"If you've got a plastic pink flamingo on your lawn, give it a pat on the back. The man who
designed the lawn art, Donald Featherstone, has died. He was 79."
Read more: http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2015/06/23/416819751/man-who-created-the-pink-plastic-lawn-flamingo-dies
Oldest woman veteran dies at 108 in San Antonio
By Sig Christenson
San Antonio Express-News
Published: March 19, 2015
Lucy Coffey, the oldest living female veteran at the age of 108, does a little dance at the Women's Memorial in...
I lightheartedly posted my encounter with a terrible section of Sunrise Highway earlier in the week but it is a serious matter as this article clearly demonstrates.
It terrible that a young father will not be there to raise his child.
Stay safe fellow...
Joe Langdell was working as a junior accountant in Boston when he got the idea that he should join the Navy and go to sea. It was 1940 and America edged closer every day to joining...
(Reuters) - The raspy-voiced, Grammy-winning singer Joe Cocker, best known for his cover of the Beatles' "With A Little Help From My Friends" and "You Are So Beautiful," has died, his agent said on Monday. He was 70...
A good friend and really all around great guy passed this weekend after being struck by a baseball during his son's little league practice. Your prayers and donations would be greatly appreciated. Richard T. Becher