Phyllis and Hugh

In the early 1970s, unaware that "Choice Not an Echo" was hers, I only knew of Schlafly as some lunatic who thought if we passed the ERA we would be forced to have unisex bathrooms, just like we had to start sharing water fountains with blacks, or something...

I was so naive. Obviously, we didn't need the ERA to have sex-confused bathrooms!

RIP, Schlafly.


And, "There was another death yesterday that nobody really cares about…except me."

Yeah, you'd like to be that special, wouldn't you, Pete! But, there are others of us out here who remember. Me & Milady being two.

Not only were good guys good and bad guys bad in those days, but writers knew how to spin a good story, week after week.