Boy America’s Bill Cosby is making Canada’s Jian Ghomeshi look like a bit of a wuss isn’t he.
When was the last time big business created any jobs.
While going through some stuff the other day I came across two magazines which I had completely forgotten about because they showed how stupid one could be. When I first moved to California we bought a large old home in Coronado which unfortunately had several bathrooms that began to shut down until there were none. I had to use the shower down where my boat was docked (another stupid tale) which put me into a rage so before thinking it through, I loudly and stupidly said to my wife … You would think as hard as I work that the least I could have is a bathroom that worked. The next thing I knew Architects, Decorators, and Construction workers were everywhere and they must of smelled my “F**k You” account with well over 200 thousand in it. Now my wife and the 200 grand are gone and after using the bathroom only once all I have left of those days are these pictures in “Better Homes and Gardens”.
During World War I Lieutenant Colonel John McCrea from Guelph Ontario who was there with the Canadian forces wrote a poem while gazing sadly at the recent grave site of his friend Alex Hemer. As John gazed around he noticed that the only thing growing amongst the crosses were the poppies which inspired his immortal poem “In Flanders Fields”.
My old Jury band mate Bruce Walker recently had to endure the butchering of Mr. McCrea’s poem at a Remembrance Day service so upon returning home he picked up his guitar and decided to give the famous poem a melody. Bruce dedicates his version of “In Flanders Fields” to all the fallen soldiers in all wars.
Nice work Bruce and know that the rest of The Jury were there with you in spirit.