Jazz Age Wednesdays ― Hullaba Lulu 11.2

It’s time for Hullaba Lulu 11.2

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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Tesla no hat Conducting-1-1Who’s your papa?  Art by Rob Goldstein

Welcome everyone.  The diesel-punk train has arrived at Jazz Age Wednesdays.  It’s great to see all you Sheiks and Shebas!  Artist, Rob Goldstein  created the pos-i-lutely swell images for this episode.  If you need a comprehensive review of this serial, Rob has a post with links to many of the past chapters

Previously with Hullaba Lulu

When we left Lulu and the crew, Valentino’s train had crashed into a sand dune in Egypt.  Pearl apologized for suggesting Lulu and her family weren’t good enough, but Lulu could tell she didn’t really mean it.

Then they saw an automobile speeding across the sands toward the train.  The angel-bots acted very excited when they spotted it.  

“It’s Papá!” Moon cried.

This time

This episode is low key compared to others.  However, we can see that Pearl…

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49 Days In 1988: Week 27 – Escaping!

from Hugh’s Views & News

Hugh's Views & News  

Click here to read the first week of this feature, and follow the links at the end of each post.

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London – July 22nd, 1988

I decided to leave the matter and take no action at all about the recent fraud attempt on my bank account. From the description given of the person who attempted to withdraw money from my account, I know exactly who it was. He no longer lives at my previous address, nor indeed in London. All I know is that he moved back to the North-east of England, but I have no idea where. However, if he crosses my path ever again, then I will make it known that I know exactly what he tried to do to me. The bank has now closed the matter. Thank goodness the Bureau de Change kept hold of the bank card. The chequebook has been cancelled, and they…

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Smorgasbord Afternoon Video – Cats vs Dogs – The skill set guide

Check this out from Smorgasbord – Variety is the Spice of Life..

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

One of the Fresh Pet Adverts demonstrating whether cats or dogs are best at certain skills…

Thanks to       Freshpet

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Wordless Wednesday: And The Fog Rolled In

 

 

 

Update, July 19, 2018

Rhapsody in Blue. George Gershwin, composer. Orchestral arrangement by Ferdi Grofe. Paul Whiteman and his orchestra with George Gershwin at the piano, 1927.

from The Internet Archives

Thanks for the idea, Miriam.