Author Archives: Kire Schneider

About Kire Schneider

Blogs primarily about current affairs and history. But also blogs about sports, Hollywood and Hollywood history.

Barry Kibrick: ‘Love Your Mistakes’

“Mistakes are your best assets. They hone your skills and develop your creativity. Don’t be afraid to make them, the more the merrier.” From Barry Kibrick Eric Metaxas the right-wing author and radio talk show host, once said when he was … Continue reading

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Perfect Life: ’30 Vintage Ads That Would Be Banned Today’

“Sometimes, vintage ads are cool to look at. They can provide us a window into what was popular during a time we didn’t experience, or what people were interested in purchasing before we were around to hit the stores. Other … Continue reading

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Watch The Daily: ‘Top 10 Most Sexist Commercials of All Time!’

“We’re winding back the clock and counting down the most sexist commercials of the 1950s and 60s! — Video by Beryl Shereshewsky and Jonathan Tortora. Other Top 10 Videos:” From Watch The Daily The fact that they had to go back … Continue reading

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Planet Dolan: ’15 Most Offensive Vintage Advertisements Ever’

“From rampant misogyny to questionable medical advice, we count fifteen vintage ads that would never see the light of day in the modern world” From Planet Dolan At risk of stating the obvious and sounding overly practical: if you don’t like … Continue reading

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CBPP: ‘Policy Basics: Where Do Federal Tax Revenues Come From?’

“The three main sources of federal tax revenue are individual income taxes, payroll taxes, and corporate income taxes. Other sources of tax revenue include excise taxes, the estate tax, and other taxes and fees.” From the Center on Budget & Policy … Continue reading

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Politics and Prose: Sarah Huritz- Interviewing Meredith Fineman: ‘Brag Better’

“Do you do a lot of hard work that goes unnoticed? Do you find it difficult to talk about yourself and your accomplishments? If speaking up for yourself and those around you makes you nervous, you are not alone. Professional … Continue reading

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Deep Hauz: George Carlin- ‘Racism’

“About 15 years ago, George Carlin gave us a list of trigger words that today would send SJW’s to their safe spaces with their pizza parties.” From Deep Hauz I guess I agree George Carlin that it’s not the words themselves … Continue reading

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Go-Bengals Dot Com: ‘Bengals 1988 Yearbook’

“Bengals 1988 Yearbook, Go-Bengals.com.”  From Go-Bengals Dot Com The 1988 Cincinnati Bengals represent to me what the 1980s Bengals should’ve been all along and how good they could’ve been not just in 1988, but that entire decade, at least under Sam … Continue reading

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NFL Films: Ken Anderson- ‘Top 10 Players Not in The Hall of Fame’

“Cincinnati Bengals QB, Ken Anderson, comes in at number 10 on the countdown of the Top 10 Players Not in the Hall of Fame.” From NFL Films “The facts remain the same after decades of waiting. Though he and the Cincinnati … Continue reading

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Jason Galavo: George Carlin- ‘Pissing Off The Feminists’

Source:The New Democrat  This is from George Carlin’s I believe 1990 HBO performance where’s he’s talking about it not being that difficult and not requiring much talent to piss off a feminist. And he talks about entering some office in … Continue reading

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