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I lost my music

I lost my music, can you help?

It’s colorful and bouncy, red with a yelp.

I lost it when sleeping soundly last night,

My head was empty when I saw first light. 237 more words

Peopley Story

26th February, 1915 (Friday)

BORN TODAY:

~ In Ravenna – Bruno Loatti, Italian cyclist.

~ In Guissano – Aldo Boffi, Italian footballer

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruno_Loatti

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aldo_Boffi

War!

Dardanelles: The first allied forces land at Sedd El Bahr (“Walls of the Sea”) on the south (Asian) side of the straits, on the Gallipoli peninsula in Anatolia. 79 more words

100 Years Ago Today

Brand's chance to become a Barrow-boy

Russell Brand has really landed himself in it now. He’s spoken so badly out of turn that he’s been challenged to visit Barrow-in-Furness where they make submarines. 437 more words

Popular Culture

China to Show Muscles to the US instead of Japan

Reuters gave its report on China’s September parade yesterday the title “Xi Jinping’s first grand military parade ‘meant to deter Japan and corrupt officials’”, but I gave my post on the parade the title “China To Show Its Muscles in September Military Parade”. 349 more words

RT: US-Cuba thaw opens door to 'American Trojan horse'

January 24, 2015 14:35

Reuters/Stringer

Last month, Washington surprised the world when it lifted sanctions against Cuba. Political analyst Daniel Shaw believes the US strategy is unchanged and this is just an attempt to turn Cuba into a neo-colony. 682 more words

Illuminati/Terrorism/Corruption

The NSA and the Digital Arms Race

By Jacob Appelbaum, Aaron Gibson, Claudio Guarnieri, Andy Müller-Maguhn, Laura Poitras, Marcel Rosenbach, Leif Ryge, Hilmar Schmundt, & Michael Sontheimer

Der Spiegel

Normally, internship applicants need to have polished resumes, with volunteer work on social projects considered a plus. 261 more words

LAW

22nd January, 1915 (Friday)

Your country needs you!

 -  In blizzard conditions on Epsom Downs, in southern England, General Kitchener “inspects” over 20,000 troops drawn together for his review. … 116 more words

100 Years Ago Today