Hold on to your hats, folks, today’s post will cover a multitude of media. Let’s begin by rolling back the clock 41 years and revisit a gem of a movie, The Conversation.
Whenever I hear anyone arguing for slavery, I feel a strong impulse to see it tried on him personally. —Abraham Lincoln
February 24, 1972 — Hanoi negotiators walked out of the peace talks in Paris to protest U.S. air raids on North Vietnam.
You think because you understand ‘one’ you must also understand ‘two’, because one and one make two. But you must also understand ‘and’. —Rumi
February 23, 1969 — President Nixon ordered plans for the secret bombing of Cambodia.
I can be a patient man with stupidity, but not with those who are proud of it. —Ed Asner
February 22, 1974 — Cesar Chavez began a UFW march from Union Square in SF to Gallo headquarters in Modesto.