Here are a couple of short items I decided to combine into one post. The first is a few shots of a muggy Monday morning on Walnut Street. The other is a comedy skit from the 1980s that proposes a world without Rupert Murdoch.
The Walnut Street business strip is quiet early this morning it prepares to begin another week.
This guy felt that because his car could make a U-turn on Walnut Street it was the right thing to do. I’m sure the person who was behind him would disagree.
After all the explosive revelations about the sordid dealings conducted by a London newspaper owned by media octopus Rupert Murdoch, this video appears timely -- even though it’s more than 20 years old.
British comedians Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry send up “It’s a Wonderful Life,” only this time it’s Murdoch instead of George Bailey who wishes he’d never been born.
The video is funny, especially the ending, but be careful at work or if you are sensitive because it contains some naughty words.