Quote of the Day
The law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal bread. – Anatole France
The Ecstasy and Agony of Howard
Ninja went digging for historical, famous and fictional humans named Howard. The whole web found a veritable wealth of results.
Howard Cook: Howard Norton Cook (1901-1980) was an American artist, particularly known for his wood engravings and murals. Cook spent much of the 1920s in Europe and returned to live in Taos, New Mexico.
Howard Smith (director) (1936-2014), American film director, journalist and broadcaster
Howard Johnson: Howard ‘Stretch’ Johnson (1915-2000), American tap dancer and activist
Howard Kennedy was UNRWA ‘s first Director from 1950 to 1951. He was a former Major-General in the Canadian Army.
Howard Anderson: Howard P. Anderson Virginia politician
What’s in a (Sur) Name? Cunningham
Cunningham, as a surname, ranks #211 most common. Looking at the 2010 US Census, we assume – count ’em – 135,718 Cunningham’s in the United States.
David Cunningham: David S. Cunningham, Jr. (born 1935), American politician and Los Angeles City Council member
Robert Cunningham: Robert S. Cunningham (born 1940), American computer scientist
James Cunningham: James A. Cunningham (1830-1892), officer in the Union Army during the American Civil War
George Cunningham (MP) (born 1931), British politician
Thomas Cunningham: Thomas Jefferson Cunningham (1852-1941) was a politician from the U.S. state of Wisconsin. He served as that state’s fourteenth Secretary of State serving two terms from January 5, 1891 to January 7, 1895. He was a Democrat and served under Governor George Wilbur Peck.
A news search on Howard? ¯_(ツ)_/¯
We have found not just anybody crops up in the news. We have done some work and thus here is the conclusion for Howard Cunningham