Yes, I do know I'm getting more obsessive about this than I need to, and that the world essentially doesn’t give a stuff. I feel like one of the people on that BBC family tree series – Why Do You Think We Care?, or whatever it’s called – struggling to find out the remotest scrap of information about an obscure relative from the 17th century. And yes, those sales tailed off with subsequent releases, as was always going to happen.
The next thing the aspiring construction attorney typically learns is that the lien right is of no (or little) use on a public construction project (i.e., a construction project involving federal or state property). This article focuses on the payment bond requirements of the Miller Act and Little Miller Act and, thus, the performance bond provisions of those Acts are not addressed in detail. With so many new series popping up on streaming services and DVD every day, it gets harder and harder to keep up with new shows, much less the all-time classics.With TV Club 10, we point you toward the 10 episodes that best represent a TV series, classic or modern.(A better target for those wanting to mock the white-bread world of the ’50s would be The Donna Reed Show, but that series isn’t as well-known.) In fact, Leave It To Beaver was a surprisingly progressive show for its era, part of a movement in American popular art in the ’40s and ’50s that told stories about people living in a new superpower, uneasy about their wealth and comfort and considering not how to leave their children better off than they had been (since such a thing was a fait accompli for those born during the Depression) but rather how to make those children better people.Leave It To Beaver is a quietly moral series about the conflict between generations, and about parents trying to impart to their children deep truths in ways that will stick.If you watch those 10, you’ll have a better idea of what that series was about, without having to watch the whole thing.