Long day yesterday. I was going from 4:30 in the morning until I got home at ten last night and crashed. The movie IDES OF MARCH was a great story and very well acted but if politics is really like that we are in big trouble. No integrity anywhere.
Doing finds today, I wish I would have been the one doing the finding in the first article:
I'm not sure of the significance of the find in the next article but is seemed like an interesting story:
Next find is a very unique vacuum cleaner.
Andrea Dworkin authored yesterday's quote. "The finest inheritance you can give to a child is to allow it to make its own way, completely on its own feet." Was authored by a an American dancer who rejected classical ballet forms for more natural movements of interpretive dance, which later evolved into modern dance. She first found fame in Europe which received her more readily. Her personal life was also unconventional and scandalous, including a dramatic death. She was born in 1877. She died in 1927 of accidental strangulation when a long scarf she was wearing became caught in the rear wheel of the car she was riding in. Shortly after her death, her autobiography came out, MY LIFE. She knew the ART OF DANCE. If you know the art of dance, you can tell me who authored today's quote.