The choice was clear and the choice was made.
Congratulations on another four years, Mr. President.
Continue to try your best to Unite your States... and say your prayers, as you’ll need all the help you can get.
…It’s up to the people. You can’t blame it on the government, and say “Oh, they’re doing this and they’re doing that an they’re going to put us into war”. We put ‘em there, and we allow it, and we can change it if we really want to change it.
“I Met the Walrus”, 2:07 and following…
It’s the summer of 1966, and 17-year-old Michael Aisner approaches Muhammad Ali, then the heavyweight champion of the world, and asks him to appear on his high school radio show. The kid persists and eventually lands the interview. The audio segment, rarely heard until now, reminds us what makes Ali so charismatic and endearing. The champ answers some of Aisner’s questions seriously. But he also launches into a hilarious riff about how he plans to take a spaceship to Mars, battle the Martian champ (named something like Winnekawanaka) and thereby win the “Universal Title.” Pretty priceless. The complete audio segment appears here.
These two always crack me up.
Men of distinction…
It was only a matter of time…
It’s time to carpe this diem, man…
Not originally published in LIFE. Charles Schulz at work at his home in California in 1967. See more photographs here.
Today marks the anniversary of the October 2, 1952, debut of Peanuts as a daily newspaper comic strip — enjoy these rare LIFE photos by Bill Ray.
Something funny happened on the way to work today…
This made me smile…
Jay Phoenyx - Lewwe Deal (by akoustikonslaught)