The coolest bar ever! In downtown LA, it still has the original generators. Beautiful design! Hot sexy jazz and blues on and Fridays. Silent movies play in the background. This one’s from Metropolis. Check it out!


Check out this interactive site.  You can see how you are affected by the economy. The site is also fun to play around with.

Inequality For All

Inequality For All

If you want a clear non-partisan and factual idea of what’s gone wrong with our economy you MUST see this film. If you look

carefully you’ll see someone you may know in the credits. Ha!ha!ha😜😎


Look closely at the list where he thanks “1 and 99%”.

Ahh…It’s listed with the “P’s”

Wait for it…..wait for it…

BAMM! There it is:

Kimberly P. 😜😄

It’s only there for a micro-second, but it sure feels good to have made a little contribution along with so many others!

Thanks, Robert R.

Muah! 😘

Charlie Chaplin made one of the most moving speeches that I’ve ever heard in his film “The Great Dictator” circa 1940. In the film he played the duel role of The Dictator of Tomainia and a Jewish Barber in a ghetto. At the time of its first release, the United States was still formally at peace with Nazi Germany. Chaplin’s film advanced a stirring, controversial condemnation of Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini’s fascism, antisemitism, and the Nazis, whom he mocks in the film as “machine men, with machine minds and machine hearts”.

A great film. Truly a must see.