Thursday, November 25, 2010

Blog Entry Overdue

Yes, I know I should be blogging more. However, I'm having too much fun at the moment. Here's a link though - that I thought you all should see. The early days of mass production in the USA were modern miracles. To better understand that statement, here is a link to watch. It's quite amazing, really.

http://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/15654030/1604819366/name/bomber_plant.wmv

Enjoy

4 comments:

Favorite One said...

At least you blogged! :0)

Happy Thanksgiving!

jack69 said...

Nah, when you are having outside fun, you can just think about blogging, and go on riding the new mule (ass?) and having fun out in the woods. Hope you get a big one this year!
Always good to see your Blog on the alerts.
My love and happy Thanksgiving to all there! Hug and Kiss mom and FRances for us.

Ginny said...

Interesting video, I think I've heard that narrator on lots of old newsreels!! Ford bombers, who knew? Glad to finally see a post from you! Blogging and computers can suck away real life, can't they? I am glad that you aren't letting that happen to you! I have trouble balancing real life with cyber life.

jack69 said...

I cam back to thank you for the threAd to the Bombers.
Amazing how we dould gear up production for the war so fast.

I wonder as precarious as the world is today, what we would do?

Take care and hope the day was great!

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