Saturday, March 31, 2007



Exerpts from an article by Debra Muller Price

During the 1930's,the best things in life were free. The colorful molded-glass tableware that later became known as Depression Glass was no exception. Promotional giveaways of depression glass could be found in theaters, inside oatmeal boxes and sacks of flour; and individual pieces often sold for mere pennies at the five-and-dime stores.

Depression Glass came in a variety of patterns like Cabbage Rose, Cherry Blossom, Dogwood, Pyramid and Tea Room. The colors were a rainbow--from soft pink to sunny yellow to sky blue; but green quickly emerged as a favorite.

Although an enormous amount of Depression Glass was produced, the vast majority of pieces wound up being relegated to the attic or discarded in favor of postwar products. It reminded people of the hard times of the 1930's, and Americans were ready to put those memories out of sight.

Depression Glass was all but forgotten until the 1970's, when collectors began to rediscover its inherent charms; and Green remains a best-seller. Depression Glass looks pretty on the table and there is also a sentimental connection for many collectors, as it reminds them of their growing up time and their parents during the depression years in the U.S.A.

Tuesday, March 27, 2007


Wedgwood Wildlife Buffalo Plate

In 1754 Josiah Wedgwood began to experiment with coloured creamware. He established his own factory, but often worked with others who did transfer printing. The Wedgwood company went on to produce pottery and dinnerware in many different and popular patterns. Well-known British artists were commissioned from time to time.

David Shepherd was selected to design a collection of plates honoring the World Wildlife Fund. This Wedgwood Wildlife Buffalo Plate is 10 3/4 inches in diameter and is in mint condition, with no chips, cracks, or restorations. The base markings are: "World Wildlife Fund, Buffalo, Specially designed by David Shepherd for the World Wildlife Fund." "Wedgwood of Etruria & Barlaston, Made in England". $75.00

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There is a wealth of timshare websites covering all aspects of this vacation vehicle. Here are a few for your review:


Just go to this site, type "timeshare" in the search bar, and you will find dozens of timeshare groups from which to choose.


The Timeshare User's Group started in 1993 is a self-help organization composed of timeshare owners and other interested parties. TUG provides timeshare owners with an unbiased source of consumer oriented information regarding timeshare resorts and the timeshare concept. TUG collects reviews and ratings on more than 2000 timeshare resorts from TUG Members and volunteers who have actually been there and provides this data along with area activities, sites to see and places to eat for all members to use. Additionally, TUG provides a variety of services (see Site Index) which enhance the Timeshare users' awareness of the current timeshare industry. The quote we hear most from new members is "I wish I had known about TUG before I bought my first timeshare". is a timeshare based community that is owned and operated by timeshare owners for timeshare owners and users. There are no hidden agendas to get anyone to buy, sell, or trade anything! Instead, we are here to talk timeshare from an owner's perspective. We have a worldwide membership that are here to talk about timeshare resorts, vacations, or life in general.

TIMESHARE WEBSITES: These are sites where you can buy, sell, or rent timeshares.

TIMESHARE EXCHANGE COMPANIES: These are sites where you can exchange your timeshare and vacation at timeshare resorts all over the world.

Yahoo Races Past Google on Mobile Search

Yahoo has introduced a new internet search system for mobile phone users that delivers locally relevant answers, a move that vaults it ahead of what rival Google now offers. Starting in the US, with international markets to follow later this year, the Sunnyvale, California-based company said it planned to take advantage of the inherently local nature of many web searches performed on phones. “We are now putting search on every mobile phone that has a browser,” said Marco Boerries, senior vice-president of Yahoo’s Connected Life business unit. “We are delivering the results consumers want with just one search, not a list of web links.”

Yahoo, which has been playing to catch up to Google in computer web search, has been making strides in recent months to overtake its rival in the fast emerging mobile web market. As networks grow faster and most handsets now come with web browsers, internet companies are moving aggressively to bring search, email, mapping and other familiar online services to phones. The mobile web promises to offer a handier way than bulky computers for many consumers to connect to the internet. OneSearch, as Yahoo calls its mobile phone service, differs from how computer web search delivers raw sets of links. Instead Yahoo serves up a list of actual information, such as news headlines, images from Yahoo’s Flickr photos site, business listings, local weather and links to other websites. more.. link to news article

Monday, March 26, 2007



Kim Grove was working as a clerk in Los Angeles. Kim started writing daily love letters to her fiance in San Francisco. Each letter ended with a little drawing and a caption starting with the words 'LOVE IS.....' The man in her life showed them to the Los Angeles Times and kim's little romantics were featured in newspapers all over the world. Over 300 ways of telling him - or her - that you really care.

NINE volumes--No. 1 through 9-- of LOVE IS....By Kim Grove, published during the years 1970-1974. These little booklets of almost 100 pages each have been well kept, with the normal yellowing of the pages over time. $99.00 plus shipping and insurance.

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Here is a great site for GMRS information in the Atlanta, Ga metro area.

Our compliments to KG4LNE / WPSD889 for all of the useful information found here.

And on this page of the site, you will see our very own GMRS repeater site, along with several Amateur radio repeaters.

Penny, N6HWB/WPRX486
Doug, N3DAB/WPRX486

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Google's blog software hijacked by scammers

Google's is being hijacked to spread malware through fakeblogs, a security vendor has warned.

According to Fortinet, Genuine-looking blogs on topics as wide-ranging as "Star Wars, school, furniture, Christmas, cars and girlfriends" are now being created to host a variety of script-initiated malware. It would be impossible for visitors to spot the danger of these sites, which now number in the hundreds, the company said. Although they look genuine, it appears that all the sites havebeen specially crafted to fool visitors.

Fortinet gives examples of the sites, including one for a supposed fan of the Honda CR450 motor car, which attempts to infect visitors with the Wonka Trojan. In another, the fake blog redirects visitors to a store front purporting to be Pharmacy Express, a phishing site that has turned up in many spam emails distributed by the Strationworm.


For the Tiki Collector:

A PAIR OF VINTAGE WOODEN TIKI BOTTLE OPENERS. Coming from an Estate Sale, these TIKI BOTTLE OPENERS are from the 50's or 60's. There are no markings evident, but the bases are identical, leaving us to believe that they were manufactured by the same company. They are 5 1/2 inches and 6 1/2 inches in height, respectively; and are in great shape. $38.00 plus shipping and insurance.

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What they didn't show you on TV
By Michelle Malkin · March 19, 2007 10:04 AM
As promised, our full video report on The Gathering of Eagles:

Many highlights there, but take special note of the face-off at the 6:00 minute mark. As you can see, we spent most of the day covering the march on the Eagles' side of the fence. Why? Because almost all of the news camera crews we spotted--the ones that bothered to show up, that is--gathered around Cindy Sheehan and the anti-war freak show and then left. We didn't see any of them covering the long lines of Eagles waiting to get through security to visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Didn't see them covering the speeches and performances by the vets and pro-military activists. Reporters mingled comfortably on the moonbat side, except to shoot drive-by photos casting pro-troops counterprotesters in a negative light. Bloggers continue to rip old media whitewashing of the historic event:

Sunday, March 18, 2007


Mission Accomplished
Posted: 17 Mar 2007 09:48 PM CDT - Edited from The Gathering of Eagles Blog

What an outstanding day! The Eagles soared!

You should be very proud of your fellow veterans, families, and supporters. There’s so much to tell, and we encourage you to post your experiences in the the comments.

The first unofficial estimate of the Eagle turn-out today…30,000!
That figure may be adjusted upward as more figure are tallied during the week. Fox News reported today that the anti-war protesters had significantly less than they expected. However, they are erroneously reporting that the Eagles were there in “equal numbers”. The truth is that we outnumbered them by at least three to one!

Consider…ANSWER had a year to plan their well-publicized event and were hoping for around 100,000. They actually drew about 5,000-10,000, according to various news reports today. The Gathering of Eagles, on the other hand, had about six weeks to plan an unprecedented response - and with no advertising, no publicity, no celebrity or political endorsement, no news coverage, and no big money, we had about 30,000 boots on the ground!

The volunteers poured themselves into this historic event, and all of you who attended gave so much to be there.

Saturday, March 17, 2007


Come on in and browse around anytime--we'll leave the light on for you! We think we have something for everybody--or soon will. You never know what you will find on our Pantry Shelves. If you don't find what you are looking for, it may be because it is hidden on our Pantry Shelf. Let us know what you are shopping for and we will try to find it for you. Check out our online feedback! Bid and Buy with confidence.


This hard-to-find Wedgwood Green Jug is 4 inches in height and is in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks, or restorations. The base markings are "Wedgwood" and "England", with potter's marks, circa 1890-1910. Buy it for the serious Wedgwood collector. $125.00

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Tuesday, March 13, 2007


Here's a thought to warm some of your hearts...From: Ed Chenel, A police officer in Australia.

Hi Yanks, I thought you all would like to see the real figures from Down Under. It has now been 12 months since gun owners in Australia were forced by a new law to surrender 640,381 personal firearms to be destroyed by our own government, a program costing Australia taxpayers more than $500 million dollars.

The first year results are now in:
Australia-wide, homicides are up 6.2 percent,
Australia-wide, assaults are up 9.6 percent ;
Australia-wide, armed robberies are up 44 percent (yes, 44 percent)!

In the state of Victoria alone, homicides with firearms are now up 300 percent.(Note that while the law-abiding citizens turned them in, the criminals did not and criminals still possess their guns!)

While figures over the previous 25 years showed a steady decrease in armed robbery with firearms, this has changed drastically upward in the past 12 months, since the criminals now are guaranteed that their prey is unarmed. There has also been a dramatic increase in break-ins and assaults of the elderly, while the resident is at home. Australian politicians are at a loss to explain how public safety has decreased, after such monumental effort and expense was expended in "successfully ridding Australian society of guns."

You won't see this on the American evening news or hear your governor or members of the State Assembly disseminating this information. The Australian experience speaks for itself. Guns in the hands of honest citizens save lives and property and, yes, gun-control laws affect only the law-abiding citizens.

Take note Americans, before it's too late!




This KODAK 35MM MOTORMATIC 35R4 CAMERA is from an estate sale and is being sold "as is". It has been stored for several years, but was in good working condition prior to that, with the exception that the top part of the button where you take the picture is missing. Someone who collects old cameras could probably repair it. The camera comes with the original leather case and in the original Kodak box. $25.00 plus shipping and insurance.

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Monday, March 12, 2007


Event Information

What: Gathering of Eagles

When: March 17th, 20070700-1600 (7 AM to 4 PM)

Where: The Vietnam Veteran's Memorial Wall, Washington D.C.

Why: To stand silent guard over our nation's memorials, in honor of our fallen, and in solidarity with our armed forces in harm's way today.

The Gathering of Eagles mission statement.

For additional information and what you can do to support this great effort, go to:

Sunday, March 11, 2007


On our annual trek to the Orlando HamCation in February (the Orlando HamFest), we vacationed for two weeks at the Sheraton Vistana Resort.

Only minutes from Walt Disney World, this Resort offers spacious one- and two-bedroom villas, 13 tennis courts, seven swimming pools, seven hot tubs, an 18-hole miniature golf course, six recreation centers, two full-service restaurants and a poolside bar and grill, and a general store with Pizza Hut--all on 135 acres laced with fountains and lakes.

Our two-bedroom unit was located in the "Lakes Area", one of many areas in this large complex of several buildings. We also enjoyed their daily shuttle service, which would take guests to any area of the resort any any of the many daily scheduled activities.

A great place to visit--and we look forward to another vacation there in the future.


This item is a beautiful ceramic bengal tiger, which is 6 inches high and 8 inches long from head to tail. This tiger is in MINT condition, with no chips, cracks, or restorations. The base markings are "Bengal Tiger by Andrea, 6591, with the gold seal which states "Andrea by Sadek, Made in Japan". This item was discontinued many years ago and is now a rare find.


Price $80.00
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The “Peace” Brigade vs. the Stryker Brigade
Posted: 07 Mar 2007 12:12 PM CST
By Michelle MalkinOriginally published at

Last week, I wrote about the Gathering of Eagles ( — veterans, active-duty troops, bikers, activists and ordinary citizens coming to Washington, D.C., on March 17 to hold a counter-protest against tens of thousands of anti-war extremists demanding immediate withdrawal of our troops from Iraq and Afghanistan.

In Washington state this week, the peace brigade held a dress rehearsal at the Port of Tacoma — where they showed support for our troops by taunting the Stryker Brigade and local police guarding against obstruction of the convoys headed to Iraq. More than 300 Stryker vehicles and other equipment are being moved from Fort Lewis to Iraq in support of the 4th Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division’s upcoming deployment as part of the ongoing “surge” and counterinsurgency efforts. The Strykers are equipped with slat armor to protect the troops from rocket-propelled grenades.

Yes, the same ilk that purport to care so much about the troops not having enough armor and protection stood and jeered at those deploying to bring more protection to their fellow soldiers in Iraq.

Such patriots, aren’t they?

Members of the anti-military mob shouted condescendingly at our volunteer soldiers rolling past them: “Free the troops!” “No justice, no peace!” “You don’t have to go!” One lunatic with a bullhorn urged Stryker Brigade members to disobey their commanding officers and sneered: “Your sergeant is a douchebag!”

Such patriots, aren’t they?

These same bullies staged obstructionist protests at the Port of Olympia in Washington last year — blocking gates to prevent convoys from passing and attempting to tear down fencing following the arrival of a large military ship bound for Iraq. In April 2003, “peace” protesters waged similar attacks in Oakland, Calif., where they attempted to shut down a port involved in shipping military supplies to soldiers. The Bay Area anti-war brigade set out deliberately and specifically to prevent private businesses from fulfilling their federal contracts with the Department of Defense and U.S. Agency for International Development related to the war and post-war reconstruction in Iraq.

Such patriots, aren’t they?


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Disgracing the memories of American heroes
Posted: February 23, 20071:00 a.m. Eastern
By Melanie Morgan
© 2000>© 2007

The most unseemly members of the anti-war contingent have showed us their colors by dishonoring and disgracing war memorials all across the continent. On Saturday, March 17, anti-war activists plan a giant march in protest of Operation Iraqi Freedom by gathering near the Vietnam Wall, and many veterans groups fear that the anti-American, anti-military ranks of ANSWER (who are organizing the anti-war event) might repeat their offensive behavior again.
You can understand why veterans groups are so nervous when you look at the recent rash of vandalism and desecration against our veterans and war memorials. In a late January anti-war rally, a contingent of protesters broke off and spray painted the U.S. Capitol building and steps with anti-war and anarchist messages and slogans. Anti-war protesters spray painted anti-Bush slogans and smashed glass panels at the Medal of Honor Monument in Indianapolis, Ind. In Boise, Idaho, the son of a Democratic state senator was accused of vandalizing flagpoles and desecrating flags at the State Capitol. The flags are memorials to soldiers who lost their lives in the war on terror. In Pennsylvania, someone attacked the South Connellsville War Memorial, destroying the lighting grid at the monument. Another war memorial was desecrated in Vermont. A Vietnam memorial was vandalized in Chicago. The list just goes on and on.

There's something that patriotic Americans – including YOU – can do to counter the negativity, defeatism and vandalism of the anti-war left. On Saturday, March 17, veterans groups, pro-troop organizations and patriotic Americans will conduct their own event: The Gathering of Eagles. This event has been organized by some of the most decent and honorable people such as Vietnam veterans Col. Harry Riley and Capt. Larry Bailey. It's time for those who support the men and women of the United States military to do something positive, uplifting and patriotic to send a message to our nation's leaders that we will not sit back and allow the missions of our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan to be undermined any further.

The nation's largest grass-roots pro-troop organization, Move America Forward (an organization for which I serve as chairman) will do its part by organizing a caravan of patriotic Americans to head across this nation. The caravan is called "These Colors Don't Run," and we will be conducting pro-troop rallies at our stops across the nation. At each stop we will ask participants to bring an American flag (or several American flags). We will then erect a giant sea of flags – a sort of "Flag City" if you will – on the Capitol Mall in Washington, D.C., during the "Gathering of Eagles" rally. We will then send each flag flown during this event to a serviceman or servicewoman who is stationed in Iraq or Afghanistan. With each flag will be a placard with a picture of the event and an explanation of how this event was conducted to show our troops that Americans still stand behind them and wish them success in their missions.

Please find the city closest to you that we will be traveling to, and find a way to join us. Team up with others in your area to form a "mini-caravan" that heads to one of our pro-troop rally stops and then merge with us as we continue on the trek to Washington, D.C. The caravan route map and schedule can be found online at the Move America Forward website. Parents who have a son or daughter serving in Iraq or Afghanistan, veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, as well as the parents of troops who were killed in either Iraq or Afghanistan will lead the caravan.

These people are some of the finest, most decent Americans you will ever meet. They want to meet as many people as possible at these rally stops across the nation. So please, do whatever you can to make this event a success. Get out to the rally locations, join the caravan (and decorate your car red, white and blue if possible), and be sure to bring a flag or multiple flags to our rally stops. We'll display them proudly in Washington, D.C., and then make sure they get sent over to the heroic men and women serving on the frontlines in the war on terrorism.

The anti-war crowd has shown their true colors. They dishonor and degrade all that is great about America, and this nation's standing as the bastion of freedom and liberty. Now it's time to show the rest of this nation and the world the "other" side of America – that which celebrates this nation and the men and women who defend us, and keep the torch of liberty alive shining brightly.

Friday, March 09, 2007


Pfaltzgraff's Gourmet pattern was introduced in the 1950s, as one of their first entries into the dinnerware world.

This popular pattern by the York, Pa manufacturer, was discontinued in the late 1980s.This Pfaltzgraff Pottery Casserole is huge, eight (8) inches in diameter. It is in MINT condition, with no chips or restorations. Price $27.00
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WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court on Friday overturned the District of Columbia's longstanding handgun ban, issuing a decision that will allow the city's citizens to have working firearms in their homes.

In the ruling, the US District Court of Columbia rejected city officials' arguments that the Second Amendment right to bear arms only applied to state militias.
District of Columbia Mayor Adrian Fenty told reporters Friday afternoon that the District will appeal the ruling. In a 2-1 decision, the judges held that the activities protected by the Second Amendment "are not limited to militia service, nor is an individual's enjoyment of the right contingent upon his or her continued intermittent enrollment in the militia."
"This is a huge case," Alan Gura, the plaintiffs' lead lawyer, told Friday afternoon. "It's simply about whether law-abiding citizens can maintain a functioning firearm, including a handgun, inside their house." Gura said his six clients, all Washington residents, challenged three separate District of Columbia laws: A 31-year-old law that prevents handgun registration; a law that requires rifles and shotguns to be either disassembled or disabled when being stored; and a law that requires a permit to carry a gun in your own home.

Gura said the law does not affect law that governs concealed carry permits outside the home.
"I don't see this going into effect immediately, but certainly, you know, when it does go into effect, our clients, as well as everyone in Washington, will be able to have a handgun and maintain their home without having a permit to move it around in their home," Gura said.

The case began five years ago. In 2004, a lower court judge lower-court judge said the plaintiffs did not have a constitutional right to own handguns. The plaintiffs include residents of high-crime neighborhoods who wanted the guns for protection. "The district's definition of the militia is just too narrow," Judge Laurence Silberman wrote for the majority on Friday. "There are too many instances of 'bear arms' indicating private use to conclude that the drafters intended only a military sense." Judge Karen Henderson dissented, writing that the Second Amendment does not apply to the district because it is not a state.
The Bush administration has endorsed individual gun-ownership rights, but the Supreme Court has never settled the issue. If the dispute makes it to the high court, it would be the first case in nearly 70 years to address the Second Amendment's scope. Fenty said the city government will exercise petition for a rehearing, which will be an "en banc" review to take place before all the court's judges instead of the three-judge panel that considered the case. Depending on the court's decision, the case can be appealed to the Supreme Court. "We intend to do everything in our power to work to get this decision overturned, and in the meantime, we will vigorously enforce our handgun law," Fenty said. He said the decision "flies in the face of laws that have helped decrease gun violence," noting that it was the first time a federal appeals court has struck down a gun law on the basis of the Second Amendment.

The Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, in its entirety, states: "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed." Gura predicted that the case, because of clear arguments, can now be used in other federal cases to support Second Amendment arguments that citizens have the "right to keep and bear arms." "This case will have significant impact beyond the District of Columbia," Gura said. He did not know if any other cases would be affected immediately by the decision.

Silberman wrote that the Second Amendment is still "subject to the same sort of reasonable restrictions that have been recognized as limiting, for instance, the First Amendment."
Such restrictions might include gun registration to provide the government with information about how many people would be armed if militia service was required, firearms testing to promote public safety or restrictions on gun ownership for criminals or those deemed mentally ill.

The decision is spurring action on Capitol Hill as well. Working with the National Rifle Association, Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchinson, R-Texas, said she would reintroduce a piece of legislation aimed at keeping handguns legal in the District. The measure has previously passed in the House, but failed in the Senate. "Not only is Washington, D.C.'s gun ban unconstitutional, but it also has been a public policy failure as seen in the rise in crime since its enactment. The time has finally come to change course," Hutchison said, according to a news release.
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An interesting video of a model B-29 and Bell X1 Rocket plane.
Certainly this was on expensive project both in money and time
spent. The “pilot” does a pretty good job but we’ve never heard
of a B-29 or any of its variants ever doing outside loops before.

And for my hamsters and Hamsterettes, 2 trivia questions. Amateur
radio operators are often involved with RC models as well.
In what amateur band do they have these somewhat exclusive privileges?
(This, by the way, gives the amateur radio RC flier a distinct safety
advantage in that it virtually eliminates frequency conflicts)
Also, since identification can’t be carried out as in normal amateur radio
practice what is the ID requirement here?

For the Wedgwood Collector

Here is a sample of Antique Wedgwood available at our online auction sites or from our website:

Wedgwood Jasperware Vase, circa 1960-80. Contact Penny's Pantry at for details. This piece has not yet been listed. A great item for the serious Wedgwood collector. Price $225.00.

In 1754 Josiah Wedgwood began to experiment with coloured creamware. He established his own factory, but often worked with others who did transfer printing. He also produced jasperware, made of white stoneware clay that had been coloured by the addition of metal oxides. Jasperware was usually ornamented with white relief portraits or Greek Classical scenes. Jasperware, his most successful innovation, was a durable unglazed ware most characteristically blue with fine white cameo figures inspired by the ancient Roman Portland Vase. Many of the finest designs were the work of the British artist John Flaxman. The Wedgwood company went on to produce pottery and dinnerware in many different and popular patterns.
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