Thursday, January 21

Sunday, September 10

Continuing on the strange course of fascist movements in the British Isles, Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists bused several hundred supporters to a rally in Stockton-on-Tees, where they were met by several thousand anti-fascists who essentially sent them running. Mosley will be undeterred, but fascism in Britain will remain part of the lunatic fringe.
There’s a building that looks like a pizza slice on the island of Manhattan. For some odd reason it’s called the flat-iron building. I appreciate the two-lamp traffic signal. I wonder if the red light began flashing as a warning at the end of the green cycle- I sort of remember some lights that worked that way when I was a kid.
The “Flying Flea” was a great French idea. Who wouldn’t trust an airplane called the Flying Flea? The engine is right where it should be, you can’t help but keep an eye on it. But this pilot looks very happy to be able to fly.
More pulp- There ARE no mistakes in the Legion.
Italy suffers a black day, as three top drivers, Giuseppe Campari, Baconin Borzacchini and Stanislas Czaykowski, are killed in two accidents on the banked track.

keep it between the trees here.

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