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Bogie56

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  1. Senators finally unveil $1TRILLION infrastructure bill: $66B for railways in largest spending since creation of Amtrak, $55B on clean water to replace every lead pipe in US and $7.5B for network of electric vehicle charging stations After much delay, senators finally unveiled a $1trillion infrastructure package Sunday night that includes historic funding for railways, clean water and electric car charging stations.
  2. I’ve only seen 26 films from 1929 so my choices are a bit limited. Best Actor 1. GROUCHO MARX (Mr. Hammer), CHICO MARX (Chico), HARP MARX (Harpo), ZEPPO MARX (Jamison), The Cocoanuts 2. GEORGE ARLISS (Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield), Disraeli 3. RONALD COLMAN (Hugh “Bulldog” Drummond/“John Smith”), Bulldog Drummond 4. MAURICE CHEVALIER (Count Alfred Renard), The Love Parade 5. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS (D’Artagnan), The Iron Mask 6. JOHN LONGDEN (Detective Frank Webber), Blackmail Best Actress 1. LOUISE B
  3. Some may notice that I have changed the title of this thread from "Your Favourite Performances from 1930 to present are..." to "Your Favourite Performances from 1929 to present are..." I haven't seen that many films from 1929. Just 26 and many of those were not that good. So, I am interested in reading the opinions of others about feature film performances from 1929. I will follow this with my own meagre list. Remember, for the purposes of this thread we are going by the release of films by calendar year and NOT following the Oscars which were done in a split year in its inf
  4. Tuesday, August 3/4 Kim Novak SOTM 1:15 a.m. Pushover (1954). With Fred MacMurray. I haven’t seen this one.
  5. 'When guys start bombing Fort Sumter, you'll have an insurrection': How General Milley sought to calm Trump after he called his team 'f**ked up' for refusing to use army to quell George Floyd protests While attempting to quell protests during the aftermath of George Floyd's death, Trump reportedly exploded at Gen. Mark Milley and Defense secretary Mark Esper
  6. I didn't even feel my last covid shot. If you have had a blood test you have had to overcome your fear of a needle. This is just as, if not more important than any test. It could save your life.
  7. Do you ever have blood tests done? That is far worse than a vaccination needle. That said, a blood test is a piece of cake too.
  8. Have you ever had a MRI brain scan? That might give you a clue.
  9. Trump has more than $100 million in political cash after first six months of 2021 By Isaac Stanley-Becker and Anu Narayanswamy ● Read more »
  10. (Seth Wenig/AP) His campaign is over. But Trump’s political groups are still spending donor money at his properties. Former president Donald Trump's political action committees have continued spending money at his properties, filings show. By Isaac Stanley-Becker and David A. Fahrenthold ● Read more »
  11. Donald Trump wins $1MILLION tax refund on his controversial Chicago skyscraper - but state attorney Kim Foxx is trying to BLOCK him from getting it Trump was awarded the repayment after an appeals board ruled he was being taxed too hard because some of the tower's retail units have always been vacant.
  12. Monday, August 2 Richard Burton SOTM 8 p.m. Anne of the Thousand Days (1969). With Genevieve Bujold.
  13. Michael Cohen @MichaelCohen212 · 2h I’m absolutely ok with drunkard @RudyGiuliani going to prison for his crimes! Quote Tweet
  14. Nearly 50% of Republicans believe there will be a time soon where 'patriotic Americans' will 'have to take the law into their own hands' Nearly half of Republicans believe there will be a time soon where 'patriotic Americans' will 'have to take the law into their own hands,' according to a new poll.
  15. David Frum @davidfrum · 18h Evidence of your massive tax fraud is a very good way to distract attention from evidence of your attempted overthrow of the US constitution.
  16. George Takei @GeorgeTakei · 22h They root for Putin over Biden and hope our women’s soccer team loses at the Olympics and we’re supposed to believe they’re patriotic Americans?
  17. Preet Bharara @PreetBharara · 13h Impeach him again Quote Tweet
  18. David Frum @davidfrum · 9h The Trump presidency was mostly stressful and shameful - but it had one recurring source of comedy: the way Trump kept cutting his apologists off at the knees by habitually confessing (even bragging about) the thing his apologists denied he did. Quote
  19. 'Just say the election was corrupt, and leave the rest to me': What Trump said to the DOJ in December in bid to overturn Biden's win when top officials insisted there was no evidence of voter fraud Former President Donald Trump told two top Justice Department officials to 'just say the election is corrupt,' according notes of their Dec. 27th phone conversation.
  20. Saginaw Grant, the Native American character actor who appeared in The Lone Ranger and on Breaking Bad, dies at 85 Saginaw Grant, a prolific Native American actor who appeared on Harts Of The West, Nash Bridges and Baywatch, died Wednesday at age 85 of natural causes.
  21. Sunday, August 1 Bette David SOTM 8 p.m. Jezebel (1938). When she's bad, she's great.
  22. Because man cannot "BUILD" a bird or a mouse or a cell means nothing whatsoever. It certainly doesn't point to the finger of God.
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