"With all the promotional and artistic talent at Mr. King's disposal, I fail to see why they would lift this 1937 RBBB program cover."
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Mr. Stahlman was so successful at this position that the following winter he framed his own circus Biller Bros. (named after his wife) and went so far as to promote GMC to provide most of the semi tractors.
Posted by Buckles at 3/31/2009 06:51:00 AM
Monday, March 30, 2009
Posted by Buckles at 3/30/2009 06:45:00 AM
Opening performance Mar. 21, 2009.
Posted by Buckles at 3/30/2009 06:26:00 AM
Sunday, March 29, 2009
Posted by Buckles at 3/29/2009 09:03:00 AM
Saturday, March 28, 2009
Seven stick-insects, five spiders, an Asian bumble-bee, an American black cockroach, eight flies, and three dung beetles are among insects that are still kept in three UK flea circuses. Many of these insects are regularly made to perform tricks and manoeuvres unrepresentative of natural behaviour. One flea circus has recently advertised for even more wild insect acts - including scorpions, fly and butterfly larvae, ants and ladybirds - for its 2006 tour.
Posted by Buckles at 3/28/2009 02:05:00 PM