Betty Boop’s Life Guard (1934)
"I first learned that I was crippled when I was eight. We played a game in the yard where we would race and do somersaults. When even the youngest kids beat me, I knew I had a problem. Then when it was time to go to school, I was the only one who couldn’t go, because it was a very far walk."
"Do you remember the saddest moment of your life?"
"When I turned twenty, I had this moment where I realized that I hadn’t been able to get any education. And suddenly I knew that I’d probably never have a family."
"She likes to read, so I take her to the library for 2 hours every day. We mainly read books about animals."
Beg pardon. I was looking for Peter Sichel.
this is perfect
The connoisseur, The Saturday Evening Post, Jan. 13, 1962
looking at a Jackson Pollock.
Credit: Gary Varvel, Editorial cartoonist for The Indianapolis Star.
I condemn this savage murder of an innocent journalist. I condemn it. I condemn it. I condemn it.