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Storytime with John

I would love to live in a perfect world.

For me it would be all marshmallow houses, chocolate rivers, and a whole lot of laughter. Basically the plot of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Minus the singing mind you, because I couldn’t really deal with that – but the overall positive vibe, and focus on confectionery make it a paradise I wish we could someday live in.

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Alright, I must admit I’m not sure what that world would actually look like…as it has never been that way…woolly mammoths chewing our legs, God induced floods wrecking everything, and a whole lot of man-made monstrosities doing a lot more damage, have made humankind skeptical about whether a perfect world can ever become a reality, that maybe we are destined to live in an unfair shit-hole where some thrive, and some struggle to even survive.

This appears to be a terrifying reality, so we…

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This was Vicky’s business card in 1935, She and her partner George D. McCallum had a company that was based at Alameda, California. I wrote the Alameda Historical Society but they didn’t have any information about the business.

They had a full service operation. They gave lessons, siteseeing tours and would do repairs on planes. It was very primative back then but I’m proud to say that Vicky did the first car to air refueling at the Alameda Airport.


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