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Death of a Bar Owner

On this day in 1967 Jack Ruby died while in custody for the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald. This post on timeanddate.com failed to mention Ruby’s other misdeeds or that he was an entrepreneur; Jack Ruby was an owner of a Dallas nightclub. 26 more words

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Me in the Middle of an Ordinary Day (Critiqued and Revised)

This Fall I’ve been taking another OLLI  (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UVA) class ~ Creative Writing for Dabblers.  There are twelve of us and we read our work to each other and offer critique.  1,175 more words

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Proof that Oswald was Doorman: Testimony of Billy Lovelady and Buell Frazier

Richard Charnin
Dec.3, 2017

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Billy Lovelady and Buell Frazier both testified that Lovelady was standing on the STEPS at the Texas School Book Depository. 771 more words


this day in crime history: november 24, 1963

On this date in 1963, Dallas nightclub owner Jack Ruby shot and killed presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald at Dallas Police headquarters. Ruby was arrested on the spot (one of the hazards of committing a crime at police headquarters). 101 more words

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The Friday Post ~ 24th November 2017

Well hello.   Fancy seeing me here!

I’m going to begin this post by saying sorry for being missing in the crafty action way.  I’ve been making some special Christmas cards, but unfortunately the people they’re intended for sometimes pop along and read my blog, so of course that means that I can’t share pictures of the cards until they’ve been received by the lovely folks they’re meant for.  2,887 more words

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Confermata la convergenza tra CIA e mafia italo-americana


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Questo 21 ottobre 2017, il presidente degli Stati Uniti, Donald Trump, ha annunciato la pubblicazione di oltre 2.800 file segreti sulla morte dell’ex presidente John F. 1,337 more words

Fifty-Four Years Ago Today . . .

On Friday November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy found out that he was not as well-liked as he thought.

According to the Warren Commission… 108 more words