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History repeats itself ...Utterly ghostly delicious...

I have read this many times before.. Cosmic intervention perhaps.. this comes back again & again as if everything happened predestined…A set of uncanny coincidences which turned into a folklore… 239 more words

The President Has Been Shot: The Assassination of John F. Kennedy by James L. Swanson

Swanson presents this in-depth look at the Kennedy assassination, complete with detailed diagrams of the book depository, the motorcade route, and Kennedy’s wounds. Aside from the assassination itself, the author also delves into Lee Harvey Oswald’s personal life, his affiliation with the communist party, and his suspected mental illness. 221 more words

Don't Be A Patsy!

I wouldn’t advise getting too close to homosexuals, though I understand the intent behind this video.  The easiest thing to remember is not to trust authority too much, they are dupes, themselves. 141 more words

Catching Up With King: 11/22/63

When I moved to Stephen King’s home state of Maine in 2013, I thought it would be fun (if a bit cliché) to finally read his books in earnest, and discover how I really feel about his work. 1,175 more words


April 4th - Martin Luther King Jr assassinated - "I dreamed a dream"

In 1968 #MartinLutherKing was shot by #LeeHarveyOswald.  His famous speech said #IHaveADream #Singing #Feelgood

I dreamed a dream

I dreamed a dream in time gone by… 182 more words

Feel Good

Blood & Speed

If everything seems under control, you’re just not going fast enough.

                             – Mario Andretti

Yes, Mario, you turned some tight corners at very high speeds. And so have I, for that matter. 433 more words


Justice for Thief in 'Great Piccadilly Jewel Heist' at Christie's

In an appropriate twist of fate, a Scottish man claiming to be Lee Harvey Oswald — whose actual name is Richard Tobin— will be sentenced right after Easter for his theft of nearly $900,000 of rare Fabergé collectibles from Christie’s auction house in London. 287 more words