Tuesday, December 21, 2010

The LuLac Edition #1411, Dec. 21st, 2010




In our weekly feature year, we focused in on 1968, 1964 and 1966. By and large many people thought 1966 was a real downer of a year. Many of my readers called it "uninteresting" and uninspiring". Okay then. I did 1966 because it was the maiden voyage of Robert Casey Senior in Statewide politics. Home Rule was on the ballots in Wilkes Barre (it won) and Hazleton (it lost). What did I know? But you have to admit the music was pretty good.
Anyway, as we go into another year, I'll let the LuLac readers pick the year. Vote early and often. Just make sure you close out after you hit DONE.

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At 7:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whatever year you do, do one where the people had some balls! At least
my generation went out in the streets and protested a war that was wrong. Now we just sit back and react strongly to nothing! War
without justification, bonuses once
again flying in the financial arena, health care for the Americans who need help, politicians on all levels who are not responsive to needs and or are crooks, the release of the Lockerbie bomber, people having babies and getting beaten almost to death at a local jail on and on... We are a nation of cowards.
We just sit by and watch it all go on like it was happening to someone else and its OK if it is I guess. Pick a year where Americans stood for something and were an example for the rest of the world to look to. Try 1944 or '45.

Waverly Bob


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