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    Aslan 11/1/90 - 6/15/10 Stormy 1/22/95 -8/23/10
    “There are not one hundred people in the United States who hate The Catholic Church,
    but there are millions who hate what they wrongly perceive the Catholic Church to be.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    ...and nones of them are true.
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    Aslan 11/1/90 - 6/15/10 Stormy 1/22/95 -8/23/10
    “There are not one hundred people in the United States who hate The Catholic Church,
    but there are millions who hate what they wrongly perceive the Catholic Church to be.”
    Bishop Fulton J. Sheen

    “It takes a very long time to become young.” Pablo Picasso

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    Grammar police. None means not one. Therefore: NONE OF THEM IS TRUE. I have my own theories about who is going to shoot Aslan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    ...and nones of them are true.
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    “There are not one hundred people in the United States who hate The Catholic Church,
    but there are millions who hate what they wrongly perceive the Catholic Church to be.”
    Bishop Fulton J. Sheen

    “It takes a very long time to become young.” Pablo Picasso

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    I remember seeing him speak on TV saying he will not run again, I jumped for joy. LBJ was an evil fuck for the millions he killed, no getting around that, just no way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by creeping panther View Post
    I remember seeing him speak on TV saying he will not run again, I jumped for joy. LBJ was an evil fuck for the millions he killed, no getting around that, just no way.

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    Worst President ever, and the most corrupt. He likely gave the green light for the IDF to do this:
    Pics IDF fighter rocket holes in USS Liberty, Captain McGonagle on the bridge, exit hole from missile that passed right through the ship, rocket holes plugged temporarily with rags, press conference, torpedo hole


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    This would be the second submarine Israel has lost. The former HMS Token, renamed the Dakar by Israel when it was given to them by Britain in 1967 “disappeared” with all hands. There has been broad speculation that the US Navy sunk the Dakar in retaliation for the Israeli attack that killed and wounded over 200 American sailors on the USS Liberty a year before. Israel now openly admits to attacking the Liberty, claiming that the United States was spying for Egypt during the 1967 Six Day War.


    Sunk by the US Navy? The Israeli Submarine DAKAR, Lost with All 69 Hands in 1968

    On 24 May 1999 a joint U.S.–Israeli search team using information received from U.S. intelligence sources and led by subcontractor Thomas Kent Dettweiler of the American Nauticos Corporation, detected a large body on the seabed between Crete and Cyprus, at a depth of some 3,000 meters (9,800 ft). On 28 May the first video pictures were taken by the remote operated vehicle REMORA II, making it clear that Dakar had been found. She rests on her keel, bow to the northwest. Her conning tower was snapped off and fallen over the side. The stern of the submarine, with the propellers and dive planes, broke off aft of the engine room and rests beside the main hull.

    STORY: http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/05...eli-submarine/
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    Back in the day, I actually carried this picture around with me for awhile.

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    Is that Kent State just before troops opened fire?
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    Harold Agnew carrying the plutonium core of the Nagasaki Fat Man bomb, 1945




    Harold Agnew carrying the plutonium core of the Nagasaki Fat Man bomb, 1945


    This was taken on Tinian Island in 1945. Agnew was a physicist with the Manhattan Project and an observer on the Hiroshima mission. He flew in a plane behind the Enola Gay. His smile sort of disconnects the viewer from the reality of the situation. That box is the direct cause of the deaths of approximately 70,000 people. That little box will change the course of history, and he’s holding it like it’s his lunch. The oddest thing here is that a whole group of the scientists had photos of themselves posing with the plutonium. They were proud of their invention, and the fact that they were making history. For a whole host of reasons they had no second thoughts about what they were planning to do.

    The plutonium core in Fat Man weighed 6.2 kg or about 14 lb, The pit is 9 cm (4 inches) across. And only about one fifth of it, a bit over 1 kg (2 pounds) undergoes a fission reaction. And only a gram (1/30th of an ounce) of that gets converted into explosive energy equal to 21,000 tons of TNT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zengrifter View Post
    Is that Kent State just before troops opened fire?
    It turns out to be from a march on the Pentagon in 1967.

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    President Richard Nixon addresses the nation in April 1970 to explain the expansion of the Vietnam War into Cambodia. Anti-war activists all over the country, including at Kent State, saw this as a betrayal by the President, who promised to end the war when he was elected fewer than two years earlier.





    A night of violence in downtown Kent is followed by a student march to the campus ROTC building the next day. Some students try to burn the building down. While the protesters claim they left the building intact and in the hands of campus police when they returned to their dorms, the building is destroyed. It is still not clear who burned it down.




    The burning of the ROTC building brings the Ohio National Guard to the campus. Some students described their presence as "frightening," and called it a military takeover. Others said the guardsmen were congenial and chatted with the students, with no sense or feeling that violence would soon overtake the grounds.




    The Ohio National Guard is called in to disperse a rally scheduled for at noon on May 4, 1970. Shortly after the protest began, guardsmen fired tear gas at the students. Some students said they were surprised the guardsmen followed them as they ran away from the tear gas. The guardsmen were clearly armed, but many students later said they believed their weapons were not loaded with actual ammunition.




    Students run for cover after the National Guard opens fire. Twenty-eight guardsmen fired into the crowd for 13 seconds, wounding nine students and killing 4.




    Guardsmen patrol the empty Kent State University campus on May 6, 1970. The school was immediately closed and a strike involving more than 4 million students nationwide followed.











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