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Donald Trump and the five stages of grief

Watching election night results on Nov. 8, 2016 didn’t put me in the hospital the next day, two blood clots in my lungs accomplished that life-threatening moment. 993 more words

Wilsonian Ward appointed Chief Surgeon at Tuskegee.

Wilson Daily Times, 28 January 1924.

More than 40 years after he left, the link between Dr. Joseph H. Ward and Wilson was well-enough known that the… 16 more words

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Lyin' Donnie throws another gutter ball

Just days ago, psychotic pathological liar Donald Trump admitted that he is indeed a liar. During a Missouri fund-raiser, the president said he told Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that the United States had a trade deficit with his country, knowing that his claim was pure bullshit. 208 more words

Artist Highlight: Charles M. Schulz, Part 2

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Personal Experiences

Readers and viewers could identify many vital experiences, whether related to his childhood or inspired from his children or his life as an adult, that were highly influential in the life of Schulz and his work. 1,295 more words


Genealogy in Poland Between The Wars - Conscripts (Poborowi) - #Genealogy #Polish

Well earlier (a few blogs ago, 20-February-2018)), Stanczyk, dropped his favorite meme, “Things I Found…“.  In actuality, this jester was searching for military conscript lists. 382 more words


The life and times of Nathan W. Boyette.

Wilson Daily Times, 11 November 1921.

In a nutshell: Nathan W. Boyette lived at 210 Pender Street. He was born 18 September 1850 and was enslaved in Old Fields township by Jimmy Boyette. 453 more words

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