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YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE TO START PISSING A LOT OF PEOPLE OFF IF YOU WANT PEACE.

YOU’RE GOING TO HAVE TO START PISSING A LOT OF PEOPLE OFF IF YOU WANT PEACE.

If jews are such good people, then why is Judaism a religion of pure criminality based entirely on chosenite self-worship, moral relativism, and anti-gentile malice? 420 more words

The 80°s Have It!

19 April 1964 | Climate change accelerates, as Chicago bakes in 80-degree heat in April for the first time in 68 years … It’s hot enough to fry a hamster on a sidewalk, so we keep ours on the grass — the murderous little bastard (see Page 4) … The… 38 more words

John F. Kennedy

Aim of the 9/11 truth movement

We have to consider for a few moments the stated aim of individuals in the 9/11 truth movement. When people challenge their evidence, their reasoning, their implied conclusions, their analytical methods, or other elements of their case, 9/11 skeptics say that they simply request a new, impartial investigation. 1,146 more words

Infamy

Origins of the 9/11 truth movement

About a generation and a half elapsed between November 22, 1963, to September 11, 2001: thirty-seven years, nine months, and twenty days. If you were born the day Kennedy died, your children would be youngsters on 9/11, as I was on November 22, 1963. 1,071 more words

Infamy

Kurt Cobain and other tragic timelines

It’s been said societies chart time by the tragic moments that happen around them. Moments that stand out in our memories as clear as the day they happened. 1,083 more words

Spring Is Here (?)

22 March 1964 | Violent climate change is upon us, as David wears winter boots on the vernal equinox … The Royal printing press breaks down, forcing an 11th-hour trip to Skidmore, Owings & Merrill in the Loop to use an IBM Executive printing press … Bruce’s return to the staff allows production of a lavish, multimedia, interactive supplement, including one of the earliest instances of aggregation, as the… 36 more words

John F. Kennedy

11/22/63 : A Novel

Will “Stand” The Test of Time    *****

Having read all of Stephen King’s books, my favorite and his best is “The Stand”. Up until now I would have said his second best is “Cujo”. 88 more words

Stephen King