In 36 years of selling cookies, I still haven't found a cookie that pulls you away from the ones I make." Although Amos is most known for his chocolate-chip cookie, it's his butterscotch-chip cookie that "will really sneak up on you and grab everything you have and make you cry. Amos, who has worked to promote literacy since 1979, has a foundation called Read it Loud, and Sound of Philadelphia pioneer Kenny Gamble is on the board.
"But the fact it [sic] that I did not know Sherman when he was in the limelight.
I met them when they (Hemsley and Johnston) came running from Los Angeles with not one penny, when there was nothing but struggle."Enchinton also shared that throughout the time she'd known Hemsley, she never heard him speak of any relatives. News, "We live in a country where anyone who wants to contest anything has the right opportunity and freedom to do that.
One factor that worked against him was his posting away from the action during the Mexican War - the standard yardstick of credibility for officers seeking commands in 1861.
At First Bull Run, he performed well, but declared himself insane afterwards, which also did nothing to speed his promotion.
Played by Sherman Hemsley on the American television sitcoms All In The Family (from 1973 until 1975) and its spinoff, The Jeffersons (1975–1985).