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Why it Was Good: A History of Violence, by Kuniva

by Apu

On December 16, 2014, Kuniva released his official debut studio project, A History of Violence. It followed a long stream of mixtapes (Retribution, the Midwest Marauders series, and the Lost Gold mixtape). 785 more words

Hip-Hop

Captain Fantastic: Quintessential Mortensen

(The homegirl Jess, aka Pistol, comes through with a fantastic pitch of Viggo Mortensen’s new flick) 

There’s nothing that I love more in this world than… 622 more words

Films

Twelfth of July Orange Order Marches/Demonstrations: A History of Violence.

The Orange Order is symbolic of an age of Orange rule that did not treat their fellow countrymen in a kind manner. Belfast, The City Hall and the annual parades (when Nationalists were brushed off their own streets by the Order controlled RUC to allow the parades to pass) are reminders of a time of […]

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Twelfth of July Orange Order Marches/Demonstrations: A History of Violence.

The Orange Order is symbolic of an age of Orange rule that did not treat their fellow countrymen in a kind manner. Belfast, The City Hall and the annual parades (when Nationalists were brushed off their own streets by the Order controlled RUC to allow the parades to pass) are reminders of a time of the great and powerful “Orange North” when every seat in parliament including the Prime Minister of the north of Ireland was a member of the Order and no cog moved within the machine unless the Grand Masters said otherwise. 1,029 more words

Irish History

Carl Fogarty - Ed Harris

A History Of Violence (2005)

Carl Fogarty is part of the Irish mob and is searching for Tom Stall and stalks his family.

A History Of Violence

Happy Canada Day: The Best of...David Cronenberg

There is no lie that I am one of the biggest supporters of this man. In fact, in celebration of Canada, I have written three articles dedicated to his genius. 629 more words

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