We are called auction junkies, buyers and sellers of antiques and collectables. I’m always looking, with my head turning this way and that. My neck gets sore just thinking about it, but, “We all have seen that type of person,” these people never sit still. “THAT’S ME”. And being that type of a person, it sure comes in handy when you’re looking for things to buy and trust me we find things in the most unexpected places.
The aircraft carrier “HMCS Bonaventure” from 1957 to 1970 and was the third and the last aircraft carrier to serve Canada. It was Initially laid down for England as “HMS Powerful “as part of the second batch of the Colossus class ships ordered during the Second World War. The work was suspended in May 1946 following the end of the Second World War, and the hull was laid up incomplete at a Belfast Northern Ireland shipyard.
In 1952, the Royal Canadian Navy was looking to replace their existing aircraft carrier the ⇒ Continue reading
∞ ∞ The most asked question would be, what are good things to collect? Well you’re in luck. In my series of 50 “The Least You Should Know” is about “Collecting”, anything. And this edition is about collecting little old Marbles.
The wonderful world of marbles and why should I collect them you say? The answer is, it’s a fun colorful hobby and they don’t take up a lot of room. To most folks it brings back fond memories from childhood. They’re cheap or reasonable to buy at flea markets and auctions. When you get real good at identifying the scarce ones from the ordinary ones, they could become a real good investment. Continue reading
So Donald Trump says to the genie, “I only want one more wish”. The genie looks over and says “Donald, Donald, you already have fame, glory, money, what more would you want”. He says . . .
I want to become Supreme Leader of the United States of America.
Having giving it some thought, the genie says, “if you play your cards right, excuse the pun, the way your popularity is going with your followers, you will be the supreme leader of the free world by your end of your term”. Continue reading