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The Kenneth Williams Saga, Part III

pictured: the families of Williams’ victims await his execution.

by Philip Holthoff

W.E.B. Dubois helped popularize the term “the talented tenth” by which he meant that ten percent of the African-American population, its leaders and shakers, were involved in trying to uplift the other ninety percent. 230 more words

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The Kenneth Williams Saga, Part II

by Philip Holthoff

It has often been said that there are three types of people in the world; those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who wonder what just happened. 222 more words

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The Kenneth Williams Saga, Part 1

by Philip Holthoff

There was once a man named Kenneth Williams who was a black male from a broken family. His claim to fame was the abduction and murder of a UAPB cheerleader, Dominique Hurd, from the parking lot of a Bonanza restaurant in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, as she and her boyfriend were exiting the restaurant and getting into their vehicle. 165 more words

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British Culture I miss. Camp Comedy.

Being English it is hard not to laugh at Camp Comedy I grew up with it and did not find anything weird about it at all but when I moved over the pond comedy was different. 30 more words

The Link Between The NRA And Kenneth Williams

Yesterday I opined, rather too emotionally, that the execution of Kenneth Williams in Arkansas was a barbaric act, an abomination.  I stand firmly by that opinion, albeit with less vitriol in my heart. 1,085 more words

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My views on the Death Penalty/ Kenneth Williams

For some reason, last night’s execution of Kenneth Williams impacted me. Now this was supposed to be the punishment for Marlow, and he was going to be executed the same way but instead of taking years of appeals it was going to happen with in a week due to the fact that Indiana’s. 336 more words

My Life

Shame, Tears, and a Broken Heart

Tonight I was having a bit of fun, working on a post about flying cars, when a news flash came across my screen and I found myself suddenly overwhelmed … with sadness, with tears, with grief for a man I never knew. 547 more words

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