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What Happened on July 31st - To the Pillory Daniel Defoe

Daniel Defoe was nearly 60 when he began writing literature such as his fictional account of a shipwrecked sailor, The Life and Strange Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, which was published in 1719.  284 more words

History

Justice? Who cares?

Can we repair our broken “justice” system? Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes told someone “This is not a court of justice, it is a court of law.” If so, then it’s up to the law. 255 more words

Social

Pillory Torture

The pillory was used to publicly humiliate a victim. Even though it was meant as a mild form of punishment, the crowd sometimes made it lethal. 127 more words

Medieval

Pillory Performance Video

Now that any further potential issues related to my pillory performance are not likely to happen, I’m going to make the video of the pillory performance accessible to everyone. 89 more words

Working on the Chain Gang

What a day! I spent more than 12 hours working on the sculpture as I do the last minute push. Lots of improvising to handle problems like using street marker paint to make a chain-gang jump suit when fabric dyes won’t do the job.  101 more words

Pillory - Evolutionary Miscarriage (Review)

This is the second album by US band Pillory who play Brutal Technical Death Metal.

Fast, intricate and brutal; welcome to the world of Pillory. It’s a colourful world populated by an over-abundance of riffs and ideas, with spikes of melody and angular guitar heroics rushing to save the day. 205 more words

Metal

John Banks Found Guilty!!! Here's What I Would Like To See!

So the Judge found John Banks guilty? Great! Here is what  I would like to see as punishment. No, I know what you’re thinking, you’re thinking the guillotine as I have given people in the past the guillotine award when they showed themselves to be of the “let them eat cake” persuasion.  387 more words

Economic Meltdown