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Faits derrière le leader légendaire de vos photos ne sont pas en tout cas!

L’histoire du monde qui a duré des milliers d’années, certainement beaucoup de ce que se passe déjà.
Y compris, la naissance de la figure légendaire qui est sûr de changer le monde et affecter notre jour aujourd’hui. 554 more words

Abraham Lincoln

John F. Kennedy

Ask not what you’re country can do for you, but…

Below is a hand drafted copy of this famous speech by, I think one of the greatest president in history.

Massachusetts

Johnny on the Spot: Jack 1939

Review: Jack 1939, by Francine Mathews
Riverhead, 2012. 361 pp. $27

Read solely as a thriller, this improbable page-turner obeys all the conventions. It has a sexy, daring hero, who gets into hair-raising scrapes not even a genie could possibly escape, yet of course, he manages. 807 more words

Reviews And Columns

Worth Dying For

Evan Carmichael is an intelligent man.  He holds a Ph.D in aerospace engineering, once built a log cabin all by himself, and recognizes the sport of curling for what it really is: a way for non-athletic people to pretend that they are on the same level as Australian rugby players.   513 more words

Purva Phalguni Nakshatra

Caratteristiche Tecniche del Nakshatra di Purva Phalguni

Segno  Astrologico a cui Appartiene: Leone

Gradi: 13.20° leone- 26.40° leone

Divinità Governante: Bhaga dio della felicità  e prosperità coniugali… 807 more words

Astrologia Vedica

Today in 1961: John F. Kennedy inaugurated

On January 20, 1961, John Fitzgerald Kennedy is inaugurated as the 35th president of the United States. The ceremony began with a religious invocation and prayers, and then African-American opera singer Marian Anderson sang “The Star-Spangled Banner,” and Robert Frost recited his poem “The Gift Outright.” During his famous inauguration address, Kennedy, the youngest candidate ever elected to the presidency and the country’s first Catholic president, declared that “the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans” and appealed to Americans to “ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” 151 more words

History

Can't Beat Kennedy: Tom From Milton

1. 124 years ago back in 1892, the first official basketball game was played at a YMCA training school in Springfield, Massachusetts. Who sings the song “YMCA?” 130 more words

Karson & Kennedy