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DAY THREE HUNDRED-AND-TEN OF THE BIDEN REGIME
Vice President Thomas A. Hendricks; U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Henry Brockholst Livingston; U.S. Secretary of War John Armstrong Jr., “The Last Waltz” by the Band, Electric Light Orchestra featuring Bev Bevan, It’s a Beautiful Day featuring Val Fuentes, and the Jimi Hendrix Experience:
- 1357 Friday: French King Charles IV issues a letter of protection for the Jews of Strasbourg, in Alsace-Lorraine.
- 1715 Monday: The first English patent granted to an American colonist is one for a machine that processes corn.
- 1744 Wednesday: Austrian troops kill and pillage the Jewish section of Prague.
- 1757 Friday: In New York City, future 15th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Henry Brockholst Livingston is born. President Thomas Jefferson would nominate the Democratic-Republican to fill the seat of Associate Justice William Paterson, a Federalist. Livingston would serve from November 10, 1806, to March 18, 1823.
- 1758 Saturday: British troops capture Fort Duquesne (Pittsburgh) from the French and Indian troops holding it. Elsewhere, in Carlisle, Pa., British N.A., future 7th U.S. Secretary of War John Armstrong Jr. is born. A future Democratic-Republican, he would serve under President James Madison from January 13, 1813, to September 27, 1814.
- 1783 Tuesday: The British evacuated New York, their last military position in the United States during the Revolutionary War.
- 1837 Saturday: William Crompton patented the silk power loom on this date.
- 1850 Monday: Texas relinquished one-third of its territory for $10 million from the United States to pay its debts and to settle border disputes.
- 1864 Friday: During the Civil War, Confederate agents set a series of arson fires in New York; firefighters quickly extinguished the blazes.
- 1867 Monday: The U.S. Congress commission on the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson commences. Meanwhile, Alfred Nobel receives a patent for dynamite.
- 1881 Friday: Future 261st Roman Catholic Pope John XXIII was born Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli at Sotto IL Monte, Italy.
- 1882 Saturday: The first of 400 performances of “Iolanthe” commenced on this date.
- 1884 Tuesday: J.B. Meyenberg received a patent for evaporated milk on this date.
- 1885 Wednesday: The 21st vice-president of the United States (served March 04, 1885, to November 25, 1885)—Thomas A. Hendricks—died on this date.
- 1894 Sunday: The Greenback (Independent) Party organizes in Indianapolis, Indiana.
- 1908 Wednesday: The first issue of the Christian Science Monitor undergoes publication.
- 1914 Wednesday: Baseball Hall of Famer Joe DiMaggio was born in Martinez, California.
- 1915 Thursday: An updated version of the Democrat Party’s military wing- the Ku Klux Klan- targeting blacks, Jews, Catholics, and immigrants underwent founding by Joseph Simmons.
- 1920 Thursday: Radio station WTAW of College Station, Texas, broadcast the first play-by-play description of a football game between Texas University and the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas (Texas AM); Texas won 7-3.
- 1936 Wednesday: Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan signed the Anti-Comintern Pact on today’s date.
- 1940 Monday: The cartoon character Woody Woodpecker made his debut in the animated short “Knock-Knock.”
- 1941 Tuesday: As Operation Typhoon continues gaining momentum, the Soviet high command- STAVKA- continues pouring in additional reinforcements in the immediate area north, west, and south of Moscow. The only lifeline in comes from the east and if the Germans are able to encircle Moscow, all might be over for the Russians.
- 1942 Wednesday: As the Soviet attacks on the encircled German, Rumanian, and Croat troops continue, the Soviet high command- STAVKA- believes they have approximately 80,000 Axis troops in the bag; the number is more like 330,000 men as the more the Soviets clung to the rubble of Stalingrad, the more the German high command pumped in additional units to take both the city and to hold the neighboring environs around it. Still, Hitler says the Luftwaffe will keep them supplied by air.
- 1944 Saturday: In the 32nd Canadian Football League Grey Cup, the Montreal HMCS beats the Hamilton Flying Wildcats 7-6. Elsewhere, future drummer with the British bands, the Move and Electric Light Orchestra[i]—Bev Bevan—is born in Sparkhill, Birmingham, England, on this date.
- 1947 Tuesday: Val Fuentes, famous drummer for the San Francisco Bay Area rock group, It’s a Beautiful Day[ii], was born on this date in Chicago, Illinois. Elsewhere, movie studio executives meeting in New York agreed to blacklist the “Hollywood 10,” whom a day earlier Congress cited for contempt and sent to jail when they failed to cooperate with the House Un-American Activities Committee.
- 1951 Sunday: In a game between the Cleveland Browns and the Chicago Bears, the Browns suffer 209 yards in penalties in a single game, a record in the NFL.
- 1952 Tuesday: The play “The Mousetrap,” a murder mystery by Agatha Christie, first opened in London’s West End; it is the longest continually running show in history.
- 1955 Friday: The U.S. Supreme Court forbids race segregation on interstate busses.
- 1957 Monday: President Dwight D. Eisenhower suffered a slight stroke.
- 1961 Saturday: The first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, USS Enterprise, underwent commissioning on this date.
- 1963 Monday: The U.S. government laid the body of President John F. Kennedy to rest at Arlington National Cemetery; his widow, Jacqueline, lit an eternal flame at the gravesite.
- 1966 Friday: At the Bag O’ Nails Club in London, England, the Jimi Hendrix Experience[iii] debuts for an enthusiastic crowd.
- 1970 Wednesday: Japanese author Yukio Mishima committed ritual suicide after giving a speech attacking Japan’s post-war constitution.
- 1973 Sunday: Greek President George Papadopoulos suffered ouster in a bloodless military coup.
- 1974 Monday: After the deaths of 21 people in terrorist attacks, Great Britain outlaws the Irish Republican Army.
- 1976 Thursday: The Band[iv] performs its farewell concert at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco, California. Joining them were numerous guests and friends. One can see the show on the film, “The Last Waltz.” Elsewhere, O.J. Simpson of the Buffalo Bills rushed for 273 yards against the Detroit Lions on this date.
- 1979 Sunday: In a game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns, the Steelers have a net gain of 606 yards winning the game, 33-30.
- 1980 Tuesday: Sugar Ray Leonard regained the World Boxing Council welterweight championship when Roberto Duran abruptly quit in the eighth round at the Louisiana Superdome. The Panamanian boxer said, “No mas! No mas!”
- 1982 Thursday: An arson fire broke out in downtown Minneapolis on Thanksgiving Day; the blaze destroyed an entire city block but resulted in no injuries.
- 1983 Friday: In the first round of their heavyweight title-boxing match, Larry Holmes scores a TKO over Marvis Frazier. Elsewhere, meditators from Syria and Saudi Arabia announced a ceasefire in the PLO civil war in Tripoli, Lebanon.
- 1984 Sunday: William Schroeder of Jasper, Indiana, became the second man to receive a Jarvik-7 artificial heart, at Humana Hospital Audubon in Kentucky. He lived on the device for 620 days.
- 1985 Monday: The federal government arrested former National Security Agency employee, Ronald W. Felton, on charges that he conducted espionage operations for the Soviet Union for which, a jury later convicted him of doing.
- 1986 Tuesday: The Iran-Contra Affair erupted as President Ronald Reagan and Attorney-General Edwin Meese revealed that they had diverted profits from secret arms sales to Iran to Nicaraguan rebels.
- 1987 Wednesday: Harold Wilson, the first black mayor of Chicago died in office at age 65.
- 1990 Sunday: Poland held its first popular presidential election on this date.
- 1992 Wednesday: The Czech parliament voted to split the country into separate Czech and Slovak republics beginning January 1, 1993.
- 1993 Thursday: Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Sedki escaped an attempt on his life when nearby Islamic trash detonated a bomb close to his motorcade.
- 1995 Saturday: Serbs protested in the streets of the Bosnian capital Sarajevo on this date, The protest was against the peace plan the European Union, NATO, and the United Nations demanded it accept or face obliteration.
- 1998 Wednesday: President Jiang Zemin arrived in Tokyo for the first visit to Japan by a Chinese head of state since World War II. Elsewhere, Britain’s highest court ruled that former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, whose extradition was being sought by Spain, could not claim immunity from prosecution for the crimes he committed during his rule.
- 1999 Thursday: A pair of sports anglers off the coast of Florida rescued Elian Gonzalez, 5, setting off an international custody battle between relatives in the U.S. and his father in communist Cuba.
- 2001 Sunday: As the war in Afghanistan entered its eighth week, a prison uprising in Mazar-e-Sharif caused the death of CIA officer Johnny “Mike” Spann, which made him the first U.S. casualty of the conflict.
- 2002 Monday: President George W. Bush signed legislation creating the Department of Homeland Security, and appointed Tom Ridge to be its head. Meanwhile, the space shuttle Endeavour arrived at the international space station delivering one American and two Russians and another girder for the space station.
- 2008 Tuesday: Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick pleaded guilty to a Virginia dog-fighting charge, receiving a three-year suspended prison sentence. Elsewhere, a car bomb goes off in St. Petersburg, Russia, murders three people and wounds another.
- 2009 Wednesday: A Pakistani court charges seven suspects involved in the terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India, in 2008.
- 2010 Thursday: The U.S. government protects an area in Alaska, twice the size of the United Kingdom; it considers the area a critical habitat for polar bears.
- 2011 Friday: After people take to the streets across Egypt in protest of the government, Prime Minister Essam Sharaf resigns his office and Kamal Ganzouri takes his place.
- 2012 Sunday: A truce between the Palestinians and Israel ends the ongoing assault on the Gaza Strip by the Israeli Defense Force; so far, 170 PLO thugs have died, and countless others have been injured. Meanwhile, members of the so-called ‘religion of peace’- Islam- set off twin car bombs outside a Protestant Church in Nigeria, killing 11 people and wounding 30. WTF is wrong with the jihadist thugs?
- 2013 Monday: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire grosses $161 million in the U.S. and Canada, becoming the most successful film ever released in November. Elsewhere, pushing back against his critics, President Barack Hussein Obama defended the temporary agreement to freeze Islamist Iran’s disputed nuclear program, declaring that the United States “cannot close the door on diplomacy.” Meanwhile, prosecutors closed their yearlong investigation into the shooting rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, which claimed the lives of 26 victims. Their report said the motive of gunman Adam Lanza, crazier than shit- who also murdered his mother and then himself- may never be known.
- 2014 Tuesday: Eight months after Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 disappeared on the way to Beijing, investigators announce they are going to do a deep-sea sonar scan in the Indian Ocean where satellite communications attempts showed the likely trajectory of the doomed aircraft.
- 2015 Wednesday: Pope Francis arrives in Africa to begin his three-country visit- the Central Africa Republic, Uganda, and the birthplace of Barack Hussein Obama, Kenya. Meanwhile, Turkey releases audio tapes showing it warned the Russian pilots of a SU-24 bomber flying across the border in Syria before its military shot it down.
- 2016 Friday: Fidel Castro,[v] who led his communist rebels to victorious revolution in 1959, embraced Soviet-style communism and defied the power of 10 U.S. presidents during his half-century of rule in Cuba, died at age 90. He currently resides in hell.
- 2017 Saturday: Say it ain’t so: in West Virginia, actress Naya Rivera undergoes arrest on a domestic violence charge. Shame.
- 2018 Sunday: To the horror of liberals, U.S. Border Patrol officers across the border from Tijuana, Mexico, fire teargas at a massive crowd of illegal alien caravan participants trying to storm the southern border. The left labels them as ‘families,’ we label them as ILLEGALS. Elsewhere, in North Carolina, another illegal alien who had been hiding in a church claiming ‘sanctuary’ leaves the church and is taken into custody by ICE agents.
- 2019 Monday: A judge rules that President Donald J. Trump cannot stop members of his administration from complying with subpoenas issued by the House impeachment investigation. The U.S. Supreme Court, however, halts the release of the president’s income tax records. On Monday Night Football, the Los Angeles Rams suffered their worst loss at home in team history, a drubbing at the L.A. Colosseum by the Baltimore Ravens, 45-6. Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson threw a record five touchdown passes on Monday Night Football, something NO other player in NFL history has ever done.
- 2020 Wednesday: Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis address the Pennsylvania State Senate regarding the shocking amount of evidence they have compiled in the commonwealth that demonstrates explicit voter fraud on a heretofore unheard-of scale. It would appear that everyone from Governor Tom Wolf- one of the most corrupt governors in the country- down through the political apparatuses of heavy Democrat counties engaged in overturning a landslide for President Donald J. Trump and then throwing it to an enfeebled “Pro-China Joe” Biden and his consort, Sen. Kamala Harris. President Trump checked in via phone. Meanwhile, the GOP is suing in Wisconsin to halt the certification of yet another stolen election. Elsewhere, a recent CNBC/Change poll demonstrates that only 3-percent of GOP voters believe the 2020 Presidential Election was fair. Finally, Fox News host Jedediah Bila says ‘President Trump has a responsibility to concede.’ No wonder FNC’s daytime ratings have fallen 32-percent. No one here at the AICP-END Blogs will ever watch that channel ever again.
- 2020 Wednesday A: President Donald J. Trump issues a pardon to his former adviser for national security, General Michael Flynn. Excellent. Next, the White House is considering lifting the travel ban on European travel that President Trump put upon them when the COVID-19 crisis began devastating the continent. Elsewhere, the Trump administration’s EPA chief scraps a planned visit to Taiwan over costs. Meanwhile, Senator Cory Booker, D-NJ, announces a bill that would transfer unused federal land to BLACK farmers. White farmers, apparently, can go F**K themselves. Speaking of Democrats, Pen America announces plans to celebrate the ‘great author’ former President Barack Hussein Obama in December. Woo-ooo. It’s because he sold 1.2 million copies of his new book, thanks to unions buying and distributing them.
- 2020 Wednesday B: Jobless claims rose to 778,000 last week thanks to COVID-19 restrictions and lockdowns in Democrat-controlled states. In California alone where ‘boy wonder Governor’ Gavin Newsom rules like a Junior Stalin, no more than six members from two families can celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday together, there can be NO booze, NO singing, NO loud music (does loud music spread the Chi Vi?), a list of names and addresses must be compiled and handed to law enforcement upon demand, and celebrations can last no more than two hours. Otherwise, one faces retribution from the fascist government in Sacramento. Here is what we say to Gov. Gavin “The Smiler” Newsom: “F**K YOU, YOUR MOTHER, YOUR WIFE, AND YOUR KIDS.” Speaking of thugs, a militant convicted in the Benghazi attacks that killed several Americans back in 2012 seeks a new trial.
- 2020 Wednesday C: Stacey Abrams, the ‘governor’ of Georgia, says ‘that more than 750 thousand mail-in ballots have been requested in the two Senate run-off races within the state in January. Look for Democrats to attempt to steal these two elections like they’ve done the presidential election. Elsewhere, judges in the case of MH-17, the jetliner that disappeared several years ago, reject a request for an investigation into alternative reasons as to WHY Vladimir Putin’s thugs shot the aircraft down as it was flying from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Amsterdam, Netherlands. While it was passing over the eastern Ukraine, Russia mercenaries brought it down with a surface-to-air missile and then prevented anyone from visiting the crash site for days.
- 2020 Wednesday D: Argentine soccer star Maradona is dead at age 60. Elsewhere, Tim Tebow will be playing for the New York Mets in 2021. Meanwhile, subpar quarterback Colin Kaepernick continues whining NO one will give him a job. According to him, he’s been ‘unemployed for 1,363 days.’ Dude, go to Canada and stop with the sniveling. Speaking of the NFL, tomorrow’s late game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens has been postponed due to Chinese Virus concerns. Thank you, Chi-Coms…
- 2020 Wednesday E: Speaking of the Chi-Coms and their Wuhan Virus pandemic, here are the latest stats: 60,207,001 confirmed cases, UP by 609,343 cases, 1,417,906 confirmed deaths, UP by 12,118 deaths, and 38,465,396 confirmed recoveries, UP by 367,492 recoveries. Here are the numbers for the United States: 12,812,142 confirmed cases, UP by 182,202 new cases, 265,309 confirmed deaths, UP by 2,304 new deaths, and 6,392,468 confirmed recoveries, UP by 48,078 new recoveries. (The number of recoveries would be even greater if Blue State governors would report them but alas, we know they won’t- corrupt POSs). Now that Mo is living in Israel, here are the numbers for that nation: 331,915 confirmed cases, 2,826 confirmed deaths, and 319,921 confirmed recoveries.
- 2020 Wednesday F: Next, in the three states in which, the world-famous American Institute of Culinary Politics-The Elemental News of the Day employs chef-authors, California, Hawaii, and Washington, here are the stats, Golden State first: 1,156,882 confirmed cases, 18,885 confirmed deaths, but as is the norm, NO mention of confirmed recoveries. Next, here are the stats for the Aloha State: 17,483 confirmed cases, 233 confirmed deaths, and NO MENTION OF confirmed recoveries anymore- what is up with YOU, Gov. Ige, you Democrat hack. Finally, in the Ever-Red, uh, we mean, the Evergreen State, here are the stats: 158,351 confirmed cases, 2,807 confirmed deaths, but like California, the palooka-faced governor, Jay Inslee, won’t share the number of confirmed recoveries. Shame on these flipping Democrats. Let’s take a look at one more state, Kentucky: 167,282 confirmed number of cases, 1,954 confirmed deaths, and 26,951 confirmed number of recoveries- thank you.
- 2020 Wednesday G: Here are today’s Stock Market closes: DOW Jones Industrial Average: 29,872.47, DOWN 173.77 points (-0.58%). Next, the NASDAQ: 12,094.40, UP 57.62 points (+0.48%). Finally, here are the stats for the S&P 500: 3,629.65, DOWN 5.76 points (-0.16%). The price of GOLD is $1,806.30 per troy oz., +0.80 (+0.04%) while the price of SILVER is $23.38 per troy ounce, +0.10 (+0.08%). The price of PLATINUM is $971.00 per troy oz, +1.20 (+0.12%) while the price of COPPER is $3.31 per pound, +0.0025 (+0.08%). The price of PALLADIUM is $2,364.70 per troy oz, -7.10 (-0.30%). The price of Light Sweet Crude Oil is $45.81 per barrel, +0.10 (+0.22%). Currently, one-dollar U.S. = 6.58 Chi-Com yuan. Meanwhile, one-dollar U.S. = 0.84 euros and in Mexican pesos equals 19.96.
- 2020 Wednesday H: Update on the voter fraud being run by the Democrats: a judge has stopped the certification of the Keystone State’s elections outcome. After Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis presented the evidence they presented today, it’s clear that the Democratic Party’s shock troops working in the ballot-counting sites were up to no good. We think the Dems are going to find themselves in trouble in Michigan, Wisconsin, Nevada, and Georgia. This could break the back of the corrupt, pro-Xi and the Chi-Coms party.
- 2020 Wednesday I: Here are the numbers for the Super Lotto Draw #3511 with a $9 million jackpot which no one won: 06, 07, 12, 22, 35, and Mega 07. There were 96,760 winning tickets with the highest winners being 8 people who had FOUR numbers plus the Mega for a prize of $1,877 apiece. Next, here are the numbers for the Powerball Drawing #797: 02, 57, 58, 60, 65, and Powerball 26. Here are the numbers: 02, 57, 58, 60, 65, and Powerball 26. The highest winners were two people who had FOUR numbers plus the Powerball for a prize of $42,926 apiece out of a total of 78.959 winning tickets. Meanwhile, in other news, so far in New York City, there have been 1,363 shootings in New York City at this point in the year whereas last year, there were 699 total shootings. Mayor Bill Di Blasio- who can hardly keep his eyes propped open thanks to all the pakalolo he smokes- blames the increased violence on the Chinese Virus pandemic. Bulls**t. IT’S YOU, MR. MAYOR, YOU AND THAT DIPS**T GOVERNOR ANDREW “I’M A MORON” CUOMO. Elsewhere, vandals in Chicago deface and tear down a statue of President William McKinley.
- 2020 Wednesday J: Other news of note: (1) IF “Pro-China Joe” Biden becomes president, he is NOT going to choose either Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders to serve in his Cabinet. (2) Ancient Democratic strategist James Carville says, ‘investigations into President Donald J. Trump cannot be stopped, it’s like a runaway train.’ (3) Next, Rashida Tlaib is slammed for making anti-Semitic remarks about “Chi-Com Joe” Biden’s pick for secretary of state, Anthony Blinken, a Jew. Speaking of Mr. Blinken, a watchdog group calls on him to disclose the massive amounts of Chi-Com cash the Chin funneled into the Penn-Biden Center, a front for receiving CCP cash. (4) Next, Alyssa Milano, loony tunes leftist nut-job says she’s ‘willing to forgive ALL Donald Trump supporters if they will unite around “Beijing Biden” and move forward. Screw her. (5) In California, we learn that at least 35,000 prison inmates and illegal aliens have scammed the COVID-19 relief bill and have gotten large checks deposited into their commissary accounts. (6) Next, 17-percent of “Pro-China Joe” Biden voters say they would not have voted for him HAD the Fake News media informed them of his plan of continued lockdowns and restrictions.
- 2020 Wednesday K: Additional news of note: (7) YouTube suspends One American News Network (OANN) for one month over what it claims is false reporting. The censors strike again! (8) Next, lawmakers tentatively agree on a spending bill. (9) A warehouse in Texas used to house illegal aliens will shut down by the end of the year. (10) Actor Ricky Schroeder defends him doing the right thing and that is bailing Kyle Rittenhouse out of jail on a $2 million bond. As you recall, Rittenhouse defended himself against violent Antifa mob members, killing two of them who assaulted him and tried to kill him. God bless you, Mr. Schroeder.
- 2021 Thursday: Even though the Biden regime has driven up the costs of virtually everything Americans enjoy at Thanksgiving, don’t let that feeble POS ruin yours. Take your families out to eat this holiday of thanks. Your family will thank you and we restaurant owners and operators will appreciate your business. God bless!
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The next album by guitar-slinger Richard Thompson was another monster album: “Rumor and Sigh” (May 17, 1991). Joining the extremely talented guitarist/vocalist are (1) Jim Keltner on drums (2) Mickey Curry on drums (3) Alex Acuna (percussion), (4) Michael Froom (keyboards) (5) Jerry Scheff (basses) (6) John Kirkpatrick (accordions and concertinas), and loads of other people. The first five songs- “Read About Love,” “I Feel So Good,” “I Misunderstood,” “Gray Walls,” and “You Dream Too Much” grab the listener by the ears and doesn’t let ago until the closing notes of “Psycho Street.” This is a fine album; we encourage everyone to seek out and to add to their ever-growing collection- you will be glad you did. Enjoy.
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TODAY IN HISTORY, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 25, 2021, BLOG POST #4,270
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Wednesday, November 25, 2020, Today in History Blog Post:
NO one believes Joe Biden won this election fair and square, no one; yet the snowball is rolling down hill, gathering steam, and it appears that the anti-Trump alliance is going to FORCE us into accepting him as our next president
Wednesday, November 25, 2020. Today in History:
We feel compelled to share with our new readers that we are an OPINION SITE and not a NEWS SITE although we do report the news. If anything, we are big history buffs which is why we have been going strong since early 2009…
Thursday, November 25, 2021:
[i] We began promoting the music of the Move- and of Electric Light Orchestra, Wizzard, Roy Wood, and Jeff Lynne- beginning on Wednesday, August 12, 2020 until Thursday, November 05, 2020.
[ii] We first began promoting the albums of this amazing San Francisco rock band on Thursday, 25-August-2011 through Monday 29-August-2011 and again on Tuesday, 04-February-2014 through Wednesday, 05-February-2014.
[iii] We began promoting the music of the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Jimi Hendrix on Sunday, 22-December-2013 through Thursday, 16-January-2014. Please check the albums out, you will enjoy them.
[iv] One day, we will begin promoting the music of this historic Canadian American band. Look for this album if you would.
[v] Young people love this murderous communist thug POS because they haven’t been taught about communism.
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