Call the bum out.

It was a really nice mild spring evening 1962. My friend Ron and I were at Dodger Stadium to watch an early season baseball game. What a beautiful ball park the Dodgers have. The outfield grass trimmed nice and even with a lush field of green. Dirt infield raked and smooth. All just right forContinue reading “Call the bum out.”

Probably the most important Book Report ever.

This book report is about the iconic and most cherished comic strip that influenced more lives than all the entire Sunday Funnies combined. Peanuts. At least that’s what I think. This is a compellation of essays from authors, journalist, and cartoonist. And what the Charles M. Schulz Peanuts comic strip meant to them in theirContinue reading “Probably the most important Book Report ever.”

Book Reports.

Three Biographies: Cartoonist, writers, social observers, and imagineers. 1. Walt Disney. In my early teens Walt was everybody’s dream uncle. The father of Mickey Mouse. The creator of feature length cartoons, live action adventure movies, The Mickey Mouse Club, Disneyland the TV program, and Disneyland the magic kingdom theme park known as the happiest placeContinue reading “Book Reports.”