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The old South vs. the totalitarian dictators

In the 1920s and early 1930s, Germany’s Nazis thought of American white Southerners as soul brothers.  But they were wrong.  The Southern Democrats in the U.S. 1,064 more words


How the old South shaped the New Deal

I remember Jefferson-Jackson Day picnics and politicians’ speeches about the Democratic Party’s four great champions of the common people—Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Woodrow Wilson and Franklin D. 901 more words


Fear Itself - My First Heroclix Tournament

Last month I played in my first ever Heroclix tournament at Jak’s in Biloxi. The tournament was a Fear Itself sealed booster tournament with 500 point teams. 456 more words


Mug of Duff - Whats wrong with a light spot of murder?

I’m sure that I’m far from the only person who must have noticed a tendency for the publishing houses to favour grim ‘n’ gritty summer events over the past ten years, but I’m curious about how other people feel about them.


Ratings Archive: FEAR ITSELF (2008)

We are going into horror anthology with archive #25. FEAR ITSELF aired during the summer months of 2008 on NBC, and was cancelled when the peacock network conveniently aired the Summer Olympics. 172 more words


There is a picture house that has toured the country in secret for decades. Sometimes it is in a small town and others it is tucked away in bustling city. 1,876 more words

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