Archive for the ‘Veteran’s Day’ Category

HISTORY: BELATED VETERAN’S DAY

November 26, 2008

  

VETERAN: NOW  KNOWN…. 

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                              Renee’s Unkown Soldier

The “Unknown Serviceman” of Vietnam was  buried on May 28, 1984.  In  June 1998 his body was disinterred  and DNA-testing  technology was  used  to identify  him as First Lt. Michael Blassie,  an Air Force Pilot  from St. Louis Missouri. It is possible  that present DNA Technology  will prevent there  from ever   being   another “unknown” burried in the tomb.

The inscription  carved  on the “Tomb of  the Unknown” is:

                    Here  Rests 

                In Honored  Glory

                An  America  Soldier

               Known  But  To   God

plus….RENEE  INTREPID IS BACK!

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The U.S.S.  Intrepid is back!….Neither  torpedos  or  typhons could  sink  her.   Now — from  stem to  stern  the U.S.S. Intrepid has completed its $100 million  dollar overhaul.   This brand new WWII Museum now carries 7,000 gallons of new paint and is expecting 1 million visitors a year (says Bill White, President of the  U.S.S. Intrepid Museum).

plus….RENEE’S PRESIDENTIAL SAILING  SHIP

 

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                                “THE  MANITOU”

President John F. Kennedy’s sailing  ship….now for sail….(I mean FOR  SALE) for $1  million  dollars !…

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JFK aboard The Manitou (note:  I will be staying in  JFK’s  house in  Hyannis Port)….

plus….RENEE’S FUTURE WEAPONRY

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THE SOLDIER WITH  THE X-RAY  EYES….

Fighter pilots now have “X-ray vision”  when they wear  the Helmet Mounted Display System now being tested by Britain’s Royal Air Force: “F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program”. 

    “You’ll see  the  enemy before he  sees  you”,  says John Smith of Lockheed Martin…

                              (Renee’s aside: “I love you Veterans!”)

Special Thanks: The Almanac and Reader’s Digest  for some  of  the above information….

STILL “NO”  to Warner Bros, No to Universal, No to Grammercy, No to MCA/Farm,  No to Gale Hurd, No to Gail Katz,  No to Madonna, No to Madonna’s Company,  No to the music industry, No to rappers, No to rap music, No to C-list cowtown Denver (meaning “NO” to “The Phipps FAmily”  and No to the Denver Broncos.  Denver  Colorado  still has to “go to hell”).

VETERAN’S DAY MONDAY: LA MAISON

November 10, 2007

       Updown Palace

Updown Palace

            Four Seasons Ocean Residences $3 mil

         Sherle Wagner Gold Sink

Hidden TV

                                       Ann Getty arm chair

                              Klavierhaus Grand Piano from Austria

For US: 

Veteran’s Day

Quote 1: “Because of the men and women who have fought so bravely,  in so many wars,  we remain bequeathed,  both hearth and home” — Renee Ashley Baker

Quote 2 (re: gold leaf wallpaper):  “As a girl I grew up in a mini-mansion that had been brought over,  piece by piece,  from France.  It had four bedrooms and a fireplace in every room.  The house (the mini-mansion) also had “gold leaf” wallpaper on the walls” –Renee Ashley Baker

For Them:

Most Expensive: La Maison

Pictured above: “Updown Court Palace” in England, which has gold leaf wallpaper on it’s walls (price: $120 million dollars), “The Pinnacle” in the USA (price: $120 million dollars), Ocean Residences by Four Seasons (price: $3.8 million per residence),  Sherle Wagner gold sink (the “Rose Garland”), Hiddentelevision.com (price: $600) French Arm Chair by Ann Getty (price: $100,000), Klavierhaus Grand Piano from Austria (price: from $90,000-$160,000), and for  any not shown “dream house” that you may be interested in –visit:  Sotheby’s International Realty.com

Sotheby’s International Realty