Evidence Mountain I


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XT is thecenter of Dexter.


The initialsof Stanley Ann Dunham are SAD. Sad: of a somber or dull color. Dun means markedby dullness and drabness


The 44thpresident is Barack Obama II.


President Obama’s half-brother told an Israeli newspaperthat when he first met Barack, he was struck by his sibling’s rejection ofWestern culture.

“I remember that my impression at the first meeting wasthat Barack thought that I was too white, and I thought that he was too black,”Mark Okoth Obama Ndesandjo told Maariv. “He was an American citizen on a journey insearch of his African roots, while I was a resident of Kenya seeking to findhis white roots.”

“I remember that when I spoke with him about the heroesof Western culture he rolled his eyes impatiently. My feeling was that, here isan American who in many ways is trying to be a local Kenyan youth. This issomething I tried to flee my entire life,” Ndesandjo said of the brothers’first meeting in Kenya, which Obama described in his 1995 best-selling memoir,“Dreams From My Father.”

Magic Johnson had an extremely close relationship withLakers owner Jerry Buss, whom he saw as a mentor and a father figure.[182]Calling Buss his "second father" and "one of [his] best friends",Johnson spent five hours visiting Buss at the hospital just a few months beforehis death from cancer. Speaking to media just hours after Buss had died,Johnson was emotional, saying, "Without Dr. Jerry Buss, there is noMagic."


Scott Greeris the Senior Minister at New Hope Christian Church in Bartlett, TN, a suburbof Memphis (home of Elvis and the Memphis Tigers). Scott also served in youthministry for 22 years.

Scott has been married to his beautiful wife, Suzanne,for 33 years.They have three grown children who all love Jesus. Two are on themission field and the third is a youth minister in Dallas. Scott and Suzannehave four gorgeous granddaughters, a handsome grandson (who Scott says favorshim), and another grandson due in May.

Scott is a loyal Packers fan and delights in a cold DrPepper anytime of the day, but most of all he loves Jesus.

This summer youth event is primarily funded by WorldViewEyes, a programdesigned to help youth and adults expand their minds, engage their culture,evaluate beliefs, and embrace a Christian worldview.



Sly Stalloneis wearing a BOSS sweater while holding dead-man Apollo Creed in Rocky 4.


Casper VanDien is Casper the Friendly Ghost.


The ghost inthe Ghostbuster symbol is a Ku Kluxer.


Remember thegoat that turned into a nuclear blast.


Dragon ladyis Lady Liberty.



On March 5, 1968, Ray underwent a facial reconstruction (rhinoplasty),performed by Dr. Russell Hadley.[10]On March 18, 1968, Ray left Los Angeles and began a cross-country drive to Atlanta,Georgia.[11]

Arriving in Atlanta on March 24, 1968, Ray checked into a rooming house.[12]He eventually bought a map of the city. FBI agentslater found this map when they searched the room in which he was staying inAtlanta. On the map, the locations of the church and residence of Martin LutherKing Jr. were allegedly circled.[13]However, according to Dr. William Pepper, "TheAtlanta map is nowhere related to Dr. King's residence. It is three oblongcircles that covered general areas."[14]

Ray was soon on the road again, and drove his Mustang to Birmingham, Alabama. There, onMarch 30, 1968, he bought a RemingtonGamemaster 760 .30-06-caliberrifle and a box of 20 cartridges from the Aeromarine Supply Company. He alsobought a Redfield 2x7 scope, which he had mounted tothe rifle. He told the store clerks that he was going on a hunting trip withhis brother. Ray had continued using the Galt aliasafter his stint in Mexico, but when he made this purchase, he gave his name asHarvey Lowmeyer.[15]

After buying the rifle and accessories, Ray drove back to Atlanta. An avidnewspaper reader, Ray passed his time reading the Atlanta Constitution. Thepaper reported King's planned return trip to Memphis,Tennessee,which was scheduled for April 1, 1968. On April 2, 1968, Ray packed a bag anddrove to Memphis


Dr. Pepperwas born on the same day as James Cameron.

Dr. William Francis Pepper (born August 16, 1937) is an attorneybased in New York City who is mostnoted for his efforts to prove the innocence of JamesEarl Ray in the assassination of MartinLuther King, Jr. and SirhanSirhan in the assassination of RobertF. Kennedy. He is also the author of several books.

He has been active in other government conspiracy cases including the 9/11 Truth movement and hasadvocated that George W. Bush be charged withwarcrimes


For many it is hard to understandthe extreme outpouring of anger and pain demonstrated on the streets ofFerguson in the wake of the shooting death of Michael Brown.

Questions or statements I heard frommy white family and friends included:

What is all of this about, really?
Black people kill black people all the time and no one riots.
Why is everyone so upset over this man? They didn't even know him.
It is not like this happens every day -- what's the big deal? We haven't heardall of the story yet -- what if it turns out that he (Brown) really was in thewrong?
I agree the police used excessive force, but why not just wait for the systemto work?

As a mother of a black man in America I have been in fear for so many years. Inmy son's early school days when his temperament, learning style and behaviorscaused him to be tossed out of class more times than we can count I feared thatone day they'd toss him out for good -- first out of school next into jail. Wewere in a constant fight with the school system. Every day he went to school Ifeared.

He must've been ten or eleven thefirst time he was brought home by a police officer.
His crime? He fit the description of someone who may have been sneaking aroundsome houses in the neighborhood.

He was riding his bike in his ownneighborhood. The police brought him home because they didn't believe that helived in our cul-de-sac; they weren't aware of a new black family on ourstreet. Every time he went outside, I feared.

I wondered then, what would happenwhen he started to drive. We had the discussion with him and his sister aboutwhat to do if the police approached them on the streets. Their stepdad toldthem how he had been detained in the upper class neighborhood where he livedbefore meeting us -- how he was humiliated by being made to sit on the curbuntil one of the white neighbors finally came out and vouched for him.

At the mall I would watch theexpressions on the faces of white folks as the kiddos came down the corridor.Not only did folks grab their bags I saw them duck into a store as the youngfolks passed by. Truth is my children and their friends (and their momma) areloud and demonstrative. We talk with our hands, might spin in circles whilechatting and are subject to falling on the ground while laughing. I've visiblyannoyed folks with all my carrying on but no one has been afraid of me. Butthese little black kids struck terror in the hearts of some of the white folksat the mall. When I finally agreed to dropping them off instead of staying withthem, I cautioned them every time: "Don't scare the white folks." Ileft them at the mall in fear.

My son made it through some roughyears and is now a well-respected community builder and on-the-rise rapper. Idon't even like to call him a rapper given the images it conjures up. One nighthe stopped to help a woman whose accident he witnessed. He was in a button downshirt and tie having just left an event where he raised several thousands ofdollars for his program. His shirt was tucked in, he wore a belt and his pantsdid not sag. Even still he was questioned about his possible participation inthe woman's accident.

Living in a constant state of feartakes its toll on the human spirit. I suppose it is akin to holding a ballunder water -- eventually it is going to pop up. That's what's happening inFerguson and around the country -- people are popping up.

Truth is that we are tired of livingin fear while the rest of America lives in denial or justification. We aretired of worrying about the safety and well-being of our sons and daughters. Weare tired of wondering when it will be our son or daughter gunned down withoutaccountability. We are tired of black lives having less perceived value thanwhite lives. We are tired!

There is a sense of collectiveexhaustion.

It isn't just fear of randomly beingkilled by authorities that set Ferguson ablaze -- the exhaustion runs deeper.

It was explained to me that thebusinesses targeted for destruction are all (primarily) owned by foreigners whoreceive tax breaks for opening businesses while black folk in the community notonly are denied help, but have to jump through so many hoops thatentrepreneurship is a distant dream. People are tired of economic oppression.

The young folks have expressed theirexhaustion with going to schools that look like prisons, and lack realpreparation for life. One young man I talked to shared how he moved to the areain high school to live with his dad. The high school course work he had to takewas the same information he had in eighth grade in his former school. Heeventually dropped out and took the GED test. People are tired of educationaloppression.

Driving some young adults throughtheir neighborhood adjacent to Ferguson, I saw the signs of exhaustion (orfatigue) and discouragement. As many houses are caving in as there arestanding. Too many vacant lots are overgrown with weeds while the closest parkis too far for children to access. Children play in the streets as there isnowhere safer for them to play. Vacant, used-to-be businesses stand as areminder of the abandonment the community has experienced. People are tired ofenvironmental oppression.

There is also a collectiveexhaustion with the religious community. While there are a plethora ofchurches, the community lies in waste. Where are the voices demanding justicebefore a Mike Brown murder? Folks have complained forever about the harassmentthey experience by law enforcement officers. Has nobody heard? Nobody believed?Nobody cared? People were hungry before the riots. People were oppressed beforethe riots. People are tired of religious exploitation.

The Ferguson crisis was far deeperthan the murder of Mike Brown. We are tired. We are tired of being tired. Weare beyond tired and we aren't going to keep taking it.

There was a response from thecommunity -- not just the Ferguson community, but the collectively exhaustedcommunity. Black folks, white folks, old folks, young folks, professional andunemployed folks, gangsters and church folks were all present to express ourcollective exhaustion.

Until there is change at a systemiclevel that forces justice on every level, I believe that America will seeFerguson happen again and again.

That's what's going on here.



Pastor Renita Marie


Questions or statements I heard from my white family andfriends included:




Being white is not all it is cracked up to be-- at least not for those who are really aware. There's no escaping the uglyhistory of those who look like me, those who have historically terrorized anddehumanized some part of nearly every culture including our own. In the past Icarried much shame and embarrassment about being white.


When Michael Brown was murdered Ifound myself sobbing while unconsciously rubbing my skin until it started tohurt. Was I trying to rub away my whiteness?

As a young white girl, I was raisedin a very prejudiced environment. My grandmother tried very hard to teach methat being white was better than anyone else -- especially black. Lessons camethrough getting the hell beat out of me for having my black friends discovered.Another time I was whipped until I bled for declaring that Jesus was black.After all, he hid in Egypt.

When I first heard the term"white privilege," I didn't think it applied to me; I certainly didnot feel any sense of privilege. I was from a poor home filled with abuse andbrokenness. Life had been hard. As the mother of black children I feared dailyfor their safety as they left home for school, work or play.

As I learned more, I understoodwhite privilege as a social benefit of which I am, by default, a recipient justbecause I'm white.

I have never been as aware of myprivilege as I was on the volatile streets of Ferguson.
Being out there was not an option for me; the Spirit pulled me as the moonpulls the tide. As I stood in the road interceding -- praying God's peace,pleading with our sons to back-off and not charge the police -- I never oncethought about being white, not once.

Determined that no young personwould be left behind, I stayed in the streets as the police advanced on us --begging the few remaining young men "C'mon, let's go now baby, let'sgo." I stayed long past the police's final warnings to "disperseimmediately." I stayed until the last young man ran past me right afterwhich I was shot in the stomach with a wooden bullet.

Immediately I was stunned -- beingshot and tear gassed shocked me. I couldn't believe that this madness happensfor real! I was dumbfounded that this type of force was even legal.

But what really shocked me wasrealizing that I really did not expect to be injured. I was never reallyafraid. I certainly was not afraid of the young folks. It was very painful tosee young folks ready to charge the police -- "What they gonna do, killus? They already doing that." It was painful, not at all frightening.

Obviously, I realized, I wasn'tafraid of the police either. The reality that I didn't have to think aboutfearing the police was a result of white privilege -- the privilege I don'tclaim but I yet have, just because I'm white.

My black colleagues, friends andfellow foot soldiers didn't have the luxury of not considering danger; theyconsidered the danger and acted anyway.

They were brave.

I have been called brave forstanding on the streets. Bravery is reserved for those who stood knowing therewas danger.

Maybe I can be called bold, but notbrave.

Assumed white privilege on thestreets was the expectation for safety -- the expectation that everything willbe okay -- just because. The evidence of white privilege isn't so much thethought, "I'll be safe just because" but more so the fact thatit never occurred to me to think about my safety.

A young lady took a picture of mywound that went viral. Media outlets were calling to talk about what happenedto me. I wasn't the only one who was shot. Why weren't we talking about themilitarized police or the murder of Michael Brown? I was irritated andinitially refused all interviews.

When my spirit and brain connected,I had an "ah-ha!" moment: I was white, woman and a pastor. Privilege.I wasn't the only one who had been shot: I was the only woman who was a pastor,who was also white, who had also been shot. Privilege. Three places ofprivilege.

The young lady posted the picture toshow what they were doing to us. The young folks understood it. They said itlike this, "If they'll shoot the white pastor you know they'll get mya*&."

The media picked it up and ran withit because of my places of privilege -- white, woman, clergy -- more so thanbecause the act of militarized police was outrageous.

As I spent more time on the streetsI became more aware of the privilege given, expected, and willingly received.

On two occasions there was a groupof young white folks who didn't think that they had to "keep walking"like everyone else. After all "We don't live here," they told me.

The reporters, who were nearly allwhite, were allowed to walk in the streets when the protestors, who wereprimarily black, were twice arrested for walking with media, that I am aware.

Groups of white agitators, withtheir angry words and fists and "ready-to-die" spirits, were able topresent themselves as sympathizers throwing off police as they threw bottles atpolice without being noticed by them. Couldn't be the white folks, now couldit?

On the Sunday night ambush, as weran in terror on the streets, the young folks who ran by me one after anothersaid, "Pastor, tell them the truth; they'll listen to you. You've got totell them the truth. Tell them the real story, Pastor. Don't let them get away withthis."

Did they trust me to tell the storybecause I am a pastor? Because I had been hanging tough with them? Or, becausethey knew I'd have access to those who would listen?

The reality is that there will bepeople who will hear me because I am white. There will be those who believe thestories of terror because I am white. There will be those who feel a deepersense of outrage about the actions of the militarized police just because .

White privilege exists. It is anirrefutable social-issue imposed upon white people by white people. It divideswhites from non-whites and it divides whites who embrace privilege from thosewho snub privilege.

Would the police have allowed me tostand between them and the people that Wednesday night had I not been white?

On Thursday I joined with five youngmen who wore bandanas as a form of protest and who chose to protest one ofprotest marches. Could a black clergy person have marched with these young menand worn the bandana and been safe from police action? To many I just lookedsilly. How would my black colleagues have looked to the police and media? Thepolice obviously concluded that I was not a threat -- just because.

In nearly all of my familial andsocial settings I am the only white person yet I never feel white. On thestreets of Ferguson I not only felt white, I had a responsibility toacknowledge that my whiteness carried privilege.

With privilege comes responsibility.

On the street I was responsible foracting cautiously and prayerfully making sure that I did not carelessly mistakemy sense of acting in faith for my privilege acting or mistake God's favor forthat of man.

I am responsible for using my voiceto speak expose injustices and bring truth to light even and especially when todo so puts my privileged standing in jeopardy. I am responsible for telling thestories of injustice and pain and truth to people who will hear it from me inthe places where I've been given voice.

I used to say, "It's not myfault that I'm white." One day I heard the voice of the Holy Spirit askme, "Whose fault is it?" I have long believed that before I wasformed in my mother's womb God knew me and had a plan for my life (Jeremiah1:5). Although being white is neither a fault nor a privilege in terms of God'sdesign, it is a reality that must be reckoned with in this human world.

Whites do not choose to be givenprivilege; whether it is wanted or not, it is present. We choose what we dowith the privilege given and we can choose to break the cycle of being aprivilege giver.

We must be able to identify andacknowledge privilege when it is given. We must also know how and when to bothdeny it and utilize it.

As a white-woman-pastor I was a PRnightmare for the establishment and a goldmine for the media. I refused toexploit the situation which is why there are only two pictures of my wound: onethat was taken by the young lady and one by the Alderman. Privilege denied.

For the white groups -- who thoughtthey didn't have to move -- I made up a cadence that I chanted next to themuntil they started walking: "No white privilege on the street, Everybodymove your feet." Privilege exposed and rejected.

I intentionally followed the same rules that everyone else had to follow, evenwhen I felt like my feet were about to crumble apart with every painful step.Likely I could have rested and walked in the streets without much fuss from thepolice. Privilege denied.

Regarding the ambush and theallegations that we were storming the police, I told several media outlets,"They are lying." I told the real story, but this small quote is allthat was printed in their stories. At least it was said. Privilege used.

The young men would have worn theirbandanas and protested the protest march without me. With me folks didn't messwith them. I looked silly and pissed off people. Privilege used.

I don't ask to be treateddifferently because I am white. I don't expect to be treated differentlybecause I am white. I will not treat others differently because they are white.

I will deny privilege when it isself-benefiting and I will attempt to skillfully use it when it can be a weaponin the fight for justice. And I will constantly and deeply seek God for thewisdom to know the difference.

One thing I am, for sure, wiseenough to know is that it was neither my whiteness nor my two-fingers of peacethat held the pain-filled protestors from crossing the police line -- time andagain since that first night it has been the power of love and life engulfingGod's people. God uses whomever God chooses in spite of notjustbecause of.






Jean ClaudeVan Damme is JCVD.


"How is ABC Television allowed to have a showentitled 'Blackish'? Can you imagine the furor of a show, 'Whiteish'! Racism athighest level?" Liz Raftery, on Yahoo.com, wrote: As executive producer and star Anthony Anderson explains in the pilotepisode, the title refers to his character, Andre, worrying that his familymembers are falling out of touch with their roots. It might not be the best title, but it's not exactly racisteither. Certainly not as racist as, say, repeatedly asking President Obama to produce a birthcertificate to prove hewas born in the United States.


An “a” isthe center of death.




I wrote: Now I remember why Ihad a crush on Anna. Tommy Nichols I really think this Kenneth Roberson guyneeds a woman of his own, cmon bro really.


Alice Walkerwrote The Color Purple.


Superman’sbirthdays are February 29th, June 18th, and December 1st.


The bus isbullshit now.


According toTurbulent Years: The 60’s, the press called Dr. King a wolf in pastor’sclothing, “Talking nonviolence even as it erupts all about him.”


Lex meanslaw.


Alex Cross…


Jesus is inthe new Birmingham Jail.






Triple X,Triple H


The greenFrancis truck in Titanic…


The number 4is the torch in Lady Liberty’s hand.


Barabbas orJesus Barabbas (a Hellenization of the Aramaic bar abba בר אבא, literally "son of the father" or"Jesus, son of the Father" respectively) is a figure in the accountsof the Passionof Christ, in whichhe is the insurrectionary whom Pontius Pilate freed at the Passover feast in Jerusalem, instead of Jesus.


According tothe four canonical gospels and the non-canonical Gospel of Peter there was a prevailing Passovercustom in Jerusalem that allowed or required Pilate, the praefectus or governor of Judea, to commute one prisoner's deathsentence by popular acclaim, and the "crowd" (ochlos), "the Jews"and "the multitude" in some sources, were offered a choice of whetherto have either Barabbas or Jesus released from Roman custody. According to the Synoptic Gospels of Matthew,[1] Mark,[2] and Luke,[3] and the accounts in John[4] and the Gospel of Peter, the crowd chose Barabbas to bereleased and Jesus of Nazareth to be crucified. Pilate is portrayed asreluctantly yielding to the insistence of the crowd. A passage found only inthe Gospel of Matthew has the crowd saying, "Let his blood be upon us andupon our children."


The story ofBarabbas has special social significance because it has historically been usedto lay the blame for the crucifixionof Jesus on theJews, and to justify antisemitism—an interpretation, known as Jewish deicide, dismissed by Pope Benedict XVI in his 2011 book Jesusof Nazareth, in whichhe changes the translation of "ochlos" in Matthew to mean the"crowd", rather than to mean the Jewish people.



Mart camefirst for Martin. Mart…in…King.


JamesCameron has a brother named John David Cameron.


Kyle Reesecreated Superman.




Look up AnnDunham’s real name.


The Miracleat St. Anna


Snoop Doggbrought the heart of the ocean to the surface.


King Tut’slast meal


Black man inThe Terminator gut shot…gut shot like the dinosaur in the script.




Bull ConnorJames Earl Ray both hold a con.


Were theUtah Jazz and Chicago Bulls treated the same when the Bulls won thechampionship?


Kit Kat


Get to thechoppa!


It’s not a2-mer!


“Superstar”Billy Graham. 


A pineappleis a hand grenade.


St. Francisis the emergency room.


Mars candy.


Keanu isKey…Yawn…O.


Keanu Reevesand Christopher Reeve both created Superman. Change the C in Christopher to a Kand you get KR for Reeve’s initials.


Keanu is thekey. Like every other antichrist, he is lost. That is why women keep waltzinginto house.


WTC was aTrojan horse. They were the long legs of the whore. They were a Trojanwhore-se.


ChristopherReeves died on October 10. That’s 1010.


The legsbelonged to Lois Lane. Her initials are ll. She’s connected to the long legs. LexLuthor initials are ll. He is what killed Superman.


Brad Smith, a student at San Diego State University and a tenant ofBoulevard 63 Apartments, said apartment complex managers told him to remove theAmerican flag he was displaying on his apartment's balcony because it"could offend foreign people."

Smith said that when he asked management about the notice he receivedordering him to remove the flag, they reportedly told him "it was forpolitical reasons and that the flag could offend foreign people that live here,foreign exchange students."

ABC News' investigationrevealed that the rules of Smith's lease prohibit signs or other personalproperty from being kept outside the premises, and that management determineswhat is "permissible and acceptable."

But Smith asserts this is not the explanation he was given.

"This was never brought to my attention," Smith said. "I'vehad friends and family fight to defend that flag."

The apartment complex called the incident a "misunderstanding,"and has since amended its rules to permit the display of state and countryflags.

- - Teresa Mull







CHICAGO (AP) — Four men have beencharged in the death of a 9-year-old boy who was gunned down in a backyardafter becoming upset with his mother and running from his Chicago home, PoliceSuperintendent Garry McCarthy said Friday. Derrick Allmon, 19, Jabari Williams,22, and Michael D. Baker, 19, all face first-degree murder charges in the deathof Antonio Smith, McCarthy said. Police didn't immediately release the name ofthe fourth suspect. Allmon, Williams and Baker were allegedly driving aroundlooking for rival gang members on Aug. 20. Allmon was handed a gun by Williamsand ordered to shoot two men they came across, McCarthy said. "As Allmonapproached his intended targets on foot, he came across Antonio Smith in a rearyard of a residence,'" McCarthy said. "Believing that Antonio Smithwas yelling a warning to his intended victims, Allmon shot Antonio Smithmultiple times, wounding him fatally." The boy was shot at least fourtimes — killed not far from where he lived in the Grand Crossing neighborhoodon Chicago's South Side. Shortly after the shooting, the boy's mother, BrandiMurry, said her son left home after she answered "no" when he askedfor a cupcake. About an hour later, he was being taken to a hospital withgunshots to the chest.



Jack Blackplayed Carl Denham in King Kong.





WilliamShakespeare is 187.


Tom Kenny




The initialsof Barack Obama are BO.




John William King

King was accused of beating Byrd with a bat and then dragging him behind a truckuntil he died. King had previously claimed that he had been gang-rapedin prison by black inmates.[27]Although he had no previous record of racism, Kinghad joined a white supremacist prison gang, allegedly for self-protection.[28]As a child he was diagnosed as manic-depressive. He was found guilty andsentenced to death for his role in Byrd's kidnapping and murder.[4]King, TDCJ#999295,[5]is on death row at the Polunsky Unit.




DrewChristopher Brees (/ˈbrs/;[1] born January 15, 1979) is an American football quarterback for the NewOrleans Saints of the NationalFootball League (NFL).

Mexico City (AFP) - Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto condemned TexasGovernor Rick Perry's deployment of troops to the border to curb illegalimmigration, calling the move "unpleasant" and"deplorable." "It is not only unpleasant, I think it isreprehensible," Pena Nieto said in an interview with El Universalnewspaper published on Friday. Pena Nieto said the deployment goes against theneighborly ties that have been established with the US federal government."This attitude is totally deplorable and does not resolve a problem aproblem that we have to face in a joint manner," he said.

RobertHillary King.



Thomas Leo"Tom" Clancy, Jr. (April 12, 1947 – October 1, 2013) was anAmerican novelist and historian best known for histechnically detailed espionage and military science storylines set during and in theaftermath of the Cold War, and for video games that bearhis name for licensing and promotional purposes. Seventeen of his novels werebestsellers, and more than 100 million copies of his books are in print.[1] His name was also a brand for similar moviescripts written by ghostwriters andnon-fiction books on military subjects. He was a part-owner of the Baltimore Orioles and Vice Chairman of theirCommunity Activities and Public Affairs committees.


Tom Clancywas born at Franklin Square Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, on April 12, 1947,[2] and grew up in the Northwood neighborhood.[2][3][4] He was the second of three children toThomas Clancy, who worked for the UnitedStates Postal Service, andCatherine Clancy, who worked in a store's credit department.[5][6] His mother worked in order to send him tothe private Catholic Loyola Blakefield in Towson, Maryland, from which he graduated in1965.[2][4][5] He then attended LoyolaCollege (now LoyolaUniversity) in Baltimore, graduating in 1969 with a degree in Englishliterature.[2][6] While at university, he was president of thechess club.[5] He joined the Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps; however he was ineligible toserve due to his nearsightedness, which required him to wearthick eyeglasses.[1][5] After graduating he worked for an insurancecompany in Hartford,Connecticut.[7] In 1973, he joined the O. F. Bowen Agency, asmall insurance agency based in Owings, Maryland, founded by his wife'sgrandfather.[1][5][6][7] In 1980, he purchased the insurance agencyfrom his wife's grandmother, and wrote novels in his spare time.[6][8] While working at the insurance agency, hewrote TheHunt For Red October.


Tom Klancywas married to a woman named Wanda Thomas King.


KathleenDoyle "Kathy" Bates (born June 28, 1948)[1] is an American actress and film director.After appearing in several minor roles in film and television during the 1970sand the 1980s, Bates rose to prominence with her performance in Misery (1990), for which she won boththe Academy Award for Best Actress and a Golden Globe.[2] She followed this with major roles in FriedGreen Tomatoes (1991) and DoloresClaiborne (1995), beforeplaying a featured role as Molly Brown in Titanic (1997).

She receiveda Tony Award nomination for her 1983performance in the Broadway play 'night, Mother. She won a Screen Actors Guild Award for her performance in PrimaryColors (1998), forwhich she also received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. She was also nominated for an Academy Awardfor Best Supporting Actress for About Schmidt (2002).

Hertelevision work has resulted in twelve Emmy Award nominations, two of which werefor her starring role on the television series Harry's Law[3] and most recently, a win for her highlypraised guest appearance on the thirdseries of FX horror-thriller series AmericanHorror Story, where sheportrayed Delphine LaLaurie. She as well won another Emmy Award in 2012 for her portrayal asthe ghost of Charlie Harper on CBS comedy series Twoand a Half Men, a roleformerly portrayed by Charlie Sheen.



James Edmund Caan (born March 26, 1940) is anAmerican actor. He is best known for his starring roles in TheGodfather, Thief, Misery,A Bridge Too Far, Brian'sSong, Rollerball, Kiss Me Goodbye, and El Dorado. He also starred as"Big Ed" Deline in the television series Las Vegas. As of 2014 he plays Terry"The Cannon" Gannon, Sr. in the ABC sitcom Backin the Game.


Jesse Owens.


Kathy Bates,Norman Bates,


Thomas Robb


Don Black


Tom Arnold as Albert 'Gib' Gibson


Gibraltar: animpregnable stronghold


NEW ORLEANS, Sept 8 (Reuters) - Former New Orleans MayorRay Nagin was due to report to federal prison on Monday to begin serving a10-year sentence for corruption during the years when the city was strugglingto recover from the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina. Nagin, aDemocrat, was thrust into the national spotlight in 2005, when Katrinaoverwhelmed levees and flooded 80 percent of New Orleans, killing 1,500 peopleand causing some $80 billion in damage. He is due to serve his time at afederal prison in Texarkana, Texas, according to television station WDSU.Nagin, 58, plans to appeal his conviction. He has said in court filings that heis nearly penniless, and has been granted a court-appointed lawyer. The onetimecable company executive who served as New Orleans' mayor from 2002-2010 wasconvicted on 20 criminal counts including bribery, conspiracy and moneylaundering, all tied to payments he received for granting city contracts.Seeking re-election in 2006, Nagin, a black politician who had enjoyed strongsupport from both black and white voters, seemed to adopt a racially divisive tone,urging residents to rebuild a "chocolate New Orleans," referring toits majority black population. Under federal sentencing rules, Nagin wouldserve about 8-1/2 years in prison with good behavior. (Reporting by JonathanKaminsky. Editing by Chris Micahud ad Simon Cameron-Moore)



I amre-posting this because either facebook or the original poster took it down.Either way, someone doesn't want people to see it anymore. I have the video saved in a stand alone quicktime format to send to everycity and state official I know as well media outlets. Just send me a privatemessage with your email address if you'd like me to send it to you so that youcan do the same. This makes me absolutely sick - happened at the Kroger atPoplar and Highland last night. I hope the young man in the video is okay aswell as anyone else that was attacked. Thank you Anne McGrew Conrad for bringing this to ourattention!



Memphis Police are now confirming 3 people were beaten at the Kroger at Poplarand Highland Saturday night. The victims include a customer and two Krogeremployees. The whole incident was caught on camera and has been circulating onsocial media sites. Police say, a 25-year-old customer was getting out of hiscar at the store when he was hit in the face by a several suspects before he couldrun away into the store. The large group had just come from the CiCis Pizza andwere chanting, “Fam Mob.” Police say, two Kroger employees, ages 17 and 18,jumped into help the customer. They were both knocked to the ground. Theemployees told police that while they were on the ground, large pumpkins,weighing in excess of 20 pounds, were thrown at their heads. Both victims lostconsciousness. MFD responded to the scene and treated the three victims fortheir injuries. All three refused transport. Officers checked for video footagewith the Kroger manager, but was advised only loss prevention can pull thevideo during the weekdays between 8 am and 5 pm. In an email statement toFOX13, a Kroger spokesperson said the company can't comment on an ongoingpolice investigation and the company is working with the owner of the shoppingcenter to improve security.


Black-ish: A family man struggles to gain a sense ofcultural identity while raising his kids in a predominantly white,upper-middle-class neighborhood.


On the same day I learned Simone Battle’s name, I beganlistening to the Nina Simone song Where you run to?


Simone Sherise Battle[1](June 17, 1989 – September 5, 2014) was an American actress and singerfrom LosAngeles, California. She was a finalist on The X Factor in 2011 and amember of the pop group G.R.L..



Evander Holyfield.


Field of view — The field of view of a telescopicsight is determined by its optical design. It is usually notated in a linear value, suchas how many meters (feet) in width will be seen at 100 m (110 yd), orin an angularvalue of how many degrees can be viewed.


When Nicola Anders, the star (WinonaRyder) of out-of-favor director Viktor Taransky's (Al Pacino)new film refuses to finish it, Taransky is forced to find a replacement.Contractual requirements totally prevent using her image in the film, so hemust re-shoot. Instead, Viktor experiments with a new computer program heinherits from late acquaintance Hank Aleno (EliasKoteas) which allows creation of a computer-generated woman which he caneasily animate to play the film's central character. Viktor names his virtualactor "Simone", a name derived from the computer program's title,Simulation One. Seamlessly incorporated into the film, Simone (Rachel Roberts) gives a fantasticperformance, exactly controlled by Viktor. The film is immediately a hugesuccess. The studio, and soon the world, ask "who is Simone?"


Michelle King is married to Robert King.


Jaime King had a father named Robert King.


Michael Ironside


Andrew Jackson


Andrew Johnson


Russell Brand


Finish him off, Prime! Doit now!



Pierce Brosnan




Michael Lockwood.  


The name Lockwood is a baby boy name. English Meaning:The name Lockwood is an English baby name. In English the meaningof the name Lockwood is: From the enclosed wood.


According toeconomist Walter Williams, “[f]rom 1900 to 1954, blacks were more active thanwhites in the labor market. Until about 1960, black male labor forceparticipation in every age group was equal to or greater than that of whites …As early as 1900, the duration of black unemployment was 15 percent shorterthan that of whites; today it’s about 30 percent longer.” According toeconomist Thomas Sowell, “[t]he poverty rate among black families fell from 87percent in 1940 to 47 percent in 1960, during an era of virtually no majorcivil rights legislation or anti-poverty programs … In various skilled trades,the incomes of blacks relative to whites more than doubled between 1936 and1959.” Most important, back in Gantt’s day, his and Clara’s devotion to eachother was the norm. In fact, from 1890 to 1940, the black marriagerate was slightly higher than that of whites. In 1950, only 9 percent of black familieswith children were headed by a single parent (today, roughly two-thirds ofblack children are now raised in single-parent families).






Graham Green and Bobby Green…


Jake “The Snake” Roberts…


Sylvester Stallone has three daughters; all three havethe middle name of Rose.


Mike Tyson has a brother named Rodney.


John Grisham and John Lee Hooker.


"H•A•M" is asong by American rappers Jay-Z and Kanye West. It was released as the first single from theircollaborative studio album Watch the Throne on January 11, 2011. It was produced by Lexus"Lex Luger" Lewis and Kanye West.[1] "H•A•M" has also served as the opening track to the duo'sNorth American and European Watchthe Throne Tour.


(with Jay-Z)

[Kanye West:]
It was all good just a week ago
niggas feel theyselves and then Watch The Throne drop
niggas kill themselves
What niggas gon do Hov?
This a new crack on a new stove
I'm in the two-door, true that
niggas tellin' me "You back"
Like a nigga ever left up out this bitch, huh?
and if life a bitch suck my dick huh?
and I bet she fucked the whole clique, huh
By the way nigga, you should fuckin' quit, nigga
Just forget it, you talk it, I live it
Like Eli I did it, jokes on you muthafucker and I get it
No paper hoe, but you can have some more of me
Or-gy, or are we speakin methaphorically
Historically, I'm kickin' bitches out like Pam, nigga
Goin' HAM nigga, me and Jigga
and a nigga still young, wanna have no kids
But I've been practicing with some actresses as bad as shit
And a few white girls, asses flat a shit
But the head so good, damn a nigga glad he hit
Got em jumpin' out the building
Watch out below, a million out the door

I'm about to go HAM
Hard As a Muthafucker,
Let these niggas know who I am
I'm about to go HAM
Hard As a Muthafucker,
Let these niggas know who I am

fuck y'all mad at me for?
You don't even know what I've been through
I play chicken with a Mack truck
Y'all muthafuckers woulda been moved
I swam waters with great whites
Y'all muthafuckers woulda been chewed
I hustle with vultures late nights
Y'all muthafuckers woulda been food
fuck wrong with these dudes
Try to walk around in these shoes
See the shit I saw growing up
And maybe you can take a peek at these boo's
niggas fantasize about the shit that I do daily like
These rappers rap about all the shit that I do really
I'm like really half a billi nigga
Really you got baby money
Keep it real with niggas
niggas ain't got my lady money
Watch the Throne don't step on our road
Bad enough we let you step on our globe
When my nephew died, daddy dead
niggas took the price on my uncles head
Nobody called the cops as my uncle bled
So I feel like I would like to know my uncles bread
Bow down, brother pay homage
don't spill hate all on my garments
Commes Des Garcon, fuck your fresh
head shots nigga fuck your vests
fuck the pig, no pork on my fork
Peace God cause you know a nigga just went Ham

Hard As a Muthafucker,
Let these niggas know who I am
Yeah I'm 'bout to go HAM
Hard As a Muthafucker,
Let these niggas know who I am
Yeah I'm 'bout to go HAM



Owen Wilson is O…in…Wilson.


Barry LamarBonds (born July 24, 1964) is a former American baseball left fielder who played 22 seasons in MajorLeague Baseball (MLB). In acareer spanning 1986 to 2007, Bonds played his first seven seasons for the PittsburghPirates beforespending 15 years with the SanFrancisco Giants. He is theson of former major league All-Staroutfielder Bobby Bonds. A 14-time All-Starand 8-time GoldGlove Award-winner,Bonds is considered to be one of the greatest baseball players of all time. Hewon the NationalLeague (NL) Most Valuable Player Award seven times, including fourconsecutively, both of which are records. Bonds holds many other MLB records,including most career home runs (762), most home runs in asingle season (73, set in 2001), most career walks (2,558), and most career intentionalwalks (688).Bonds led a controversial career, notably as a central figure in baseball's steroids scandal. In 2007, he was indicted oncharges of perjury and obstructionof justice forallegedly lying to the grand jury during the federal government's investigationof BALCO, by testifying that he neverknowingly took any illegal steroids;[8] he was convicted on the obstruction of justicecharge in 2011. Despite his baseball accomplishments, Bonds was not electedinto the BaseballHall of Fame in hisfirst year of eligibility on the ballot.

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The nameAaron is a Hebrew baby name. In Hebrew the meaning of the name Aaron is: Lofty;exalted; high mountain. Biblically, Aaron was Moses' older brother (and keeperby God's command). He was first high priest of the Israelites, remembered forthe miraculous blossoming of his staff or rod.

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A group ofCentral American women and children detained at an immigration facility in NewMexico filed a lawsuit Friday against the U.S. Department of Homeland Securityalleging that it was violating their right to due process as it speeds updeportations. A contingent of attorneys and national immigrant rights groups,including the National Immigration Law Center and the American Civil LibertiesUnion, filed the complaint in U.S. District Court in Washington on behalf ofseven women and three children held at the Artesia Family Residential Center inArtesia, N.M.

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The producerof the Beatles was a man named George Martin, who has been called “the fifthBeatle”; George means farmer; George was much like a farmer, in that he plantedfour deadly seeds in America; war, famine, disease, and death; George Farmerwas really Dr. King.

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Mark DavidChapman (born May 10, 1955) is an American prison inmate who pled guilty to murderingJohn Lennon on December8, 1980. Chapman shot Lennon outside The Dakota apartment building in New York City. Chapman fired at Lennon fivetimes, hitting him four times in his back. Chapman remained at the scenereading J. D.Salinger's novel TheCatcher in the Rye until thepolice arrived and arrested him. Chapman repeatedly said that the novel was hisstatement. Chapman's legal team put forward an insanity defense based on expert testimony thathe was in a delusional and possibly psychotic state at the time, but nearingthe trial, Chapman instructed his lawyer that he wanted to plead guilty, basedon what he had decided was the will of God. Judge Edwards allowed the plea changewithout further psychiatric assessment after Chapman denied hearing voices, andsentenced him to a prison term of twenty years to life with a stipulation that mentalhealth treatment be provided. Chapman was imprisoned in 1981 and has beendenied parole eight times amidst campaigns against his release



James EaganHolmes (born December 13, 1987) is the accused perpetrator of amass shooting that killed12 people at a Century movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, on July 20, 2012. On July 20,2012, police arrested an unresisting Holmes next to his car behind the Century 16 theater, moments after the 2012Aurora shooting, in whichHolmes allegedly set off several gas or smoke canisters and then opened fire onthe theater audience, killing 12 and wounding 70.  The responding officers recovered several gunsfrom inside the car and the theater. According to two federal authorities,Holmes had dyed his hair orange and had called himself "The Joker". Theclaim that Holmes had called himself "The Joker" was later retractedby police from news sources such as Face The Nation on the CBS News network. Once apprehended,Holmes told the police that he had booby-trapped his apartment with explosivedevices before heading to the theater. Police later confirmed the presence ofexplosives in the apartment.

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Tom Jackson.Katie Holmes. James Eagan Holmes.


“No, it isnot a major problem in this country!” Elder declared. “No, it is not!” Pointingto his father’s experience and a “thriving black middle class,” he noted thatif “black America were a country, it would be the fifteenth-richest country inthe world.”


JesseWashington wrote:


There waslittle violence after the acquittal of Trayvon Martin's killer last July. Peaceprevailed when at least four other unarmed black males were killed by police inrecent months, from New York to Los Angeles. Then Michael Brown was gunned downin Ferguson, Missouri. And waves of rioting have convulsed the St. Louis suburbfor more than 10 days. Why Ferguson? The response to Brown's death turnedviolent because of a convergence of factors, observers say, including the starknature of the killing in broad daylight, an aggressive police response toprotests, a mainly black city being run by white officials — and the cumulativeeffect of killing after killing after killing of unarmed black males."People are tired of it," said Kevin Powell, president of the BKNation advocacy group, who organized peaceful protests after the Floridaneighborhood watchman George Zimmerman was found innocent in Martin's killing.Powell is headed to Ferguson as an organizer and peace activist after thekilling of Brown, the unarmed black 18-year-old who was shot by white policeofficer Darren Wilson. Battles have raged in Ferguson almost nightly, withstores looted, police firing tear gas and rubber bullets, people tossingMolotov cocktails, and dozens of arrests. When police first confrontedprotesters with armored military vehicles, assault weapons and dogs, itreminded Powell of images from the 1960s civil rights movement. "Just a recklessdisregard for the safety of the community they're supposed to beprotecting," he said. "They just don't care. It feels like they don'tcare at all." "Zimmerman was one person. This is an entire policeforce. It feels like the whole system doesn't care." It is not all thatunusual for an unarmed black person to be killed by police. There are noreliable national statistics on people of any race killed by police, butanecdotal reports count significant numbers. One study, relying on Internet searchesof media reports, found 18 unarmed black people killed by police and securitypersonnel in the first three months of 2012, including Trayvon Martin.




On July 17,Eric Garner was killed by a chokehold after an arrest for illegally selling loosecigarettes in New York City. On Aug. 5, John Crawford III was killed whilehandling a toy gun in a Wal-Mart outside Dayton, Ohio. On Aug. 11, Ezell Ford,a mentally disabled man, was shot dead in South Los Angeles. The circumstancesof each case are different, of course, and investigations continue. Brown waskilled Aug. 9. The riots erupted Aug. 10, when more than two dozen businesseswere damaged and looted. Some of the rioters, according to media reports, arehardened, violent young men who speak of seeking "justice," which isoften confused with revenge. Some are coming to Ferguson from out of town,whether to show solidarity or fight the crackdown, or possibly drawn to themedia spectacle. Police have reported arrests of people from New York and California."It feels like a turning point," said Blair L.M. Kelley, a historyprofessor at North Carolina State University. "I think because so manyblack men die at the hands of the state." Kelley and Powell both said thatthe nature of Brown's killing fueled anger: He was shot at least six times inbroad daylight, in the middle of the street, in his own housing complex. Thenhis body lay in the street for hours, uncovered, in a pool of blood, beforebeing taken away. "There were more than 100 people there looking at hisbody," Kelley said. She mentioned the killings of Jonathan Ferrell, anunarmed black man who was shot by a white officer after crashing his car inCharlotte, North Carolina, last September, and the black woman, RenishaMcBride, who crashed her car in Detroit, went to a nearby house, and was shotdead through the front door. "Those happened at nighttime, away from thepublic gaze," Kelley said. "To leave Brown in the street like that,it was a disregard they could feel and taste and see." The last riots overan unarmed black death were in 2009, when Oscar Grant was killed by a whiteofficer while lying face down on a train platform in Oakland, California.Hundreds of businesses were damaged, cars were overturned and smashed, and morethan 100 people were arrested. Similar circumstances led to unrest inCincinnati in 2001 and in St. Petersburg, Florida, in 1996. One of America'sworst race riots ever was in 1992 in Los Angeles, after the acquittal of fourwhite officers who beat the black motorist Rodney King. And people in manycities rioted against racial oppression during the turmoil of the 1960s."Riots erupt when all other options have been closed," said CathySchneider, an American University professor who studies race riots. "Whenpeople really feel vulnerable in the face of police violence and localauthorities are totally impervious to community demands." Ferguson is 67percent black; the mayor, city council, school board and police force arealmost all white. Schneider said that the riots of the 1960s gave rise toindividuals and groups who could effectively negotiate tensions with police.That infrastructure may not exist in Ferguson, where the population has rapidlychanged due to white flight, she said. Local officials promised Tuesday to makechanges and be more receptive to community concerns. Powell sees Michael Brownas a bookend of sorts to Trayvon Martin. "Many of us who were involved inTrayvon thought we could get through this summer without anotherincident," he said. "Sad to say, this relit another fire."





Barack Hussein Obama.


Remember theHollywood actress named Jew-lia Roberts?


ChristopherAnthony John "Chris" Martin (born 2 March 1977) is an Englishsinger-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, and is the lead vocalist, pianist,rhythm guitarist, and one of the founders of the band Coldplay.

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Tom Cruiseand Katie Holmes both like to lick that whiteness. Tom is TM, or trademark,with the O inside it.

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Leading upto Holder's visit, commenters noted that he'd have to juggle his reputation forbeing frank on race with the delicate nature of an ongoing investigation.During his comments, Holder focused on the work the Civil Rights Division andthe need for action, not just dialogue, in Ferguson. On the subject of therelationship between communities and law enforcement, he recounted his ownexperiences with racial profiling:


We have seena great deal of progress over the years. But we also see problems and theseproblems stem from mistrust and mutual suspicion ...  I can rememberbeing stopped on the New Jersey turnpike on two occasions and accused ofspeeding. Pulled over.... 'Let me search your car'... Go through the trunk ofmy car, look under the seats and all this kind of stuff. I remember howhumiliating that was and how angry I was and the impact it had on me.


Compare thatto the president's less personal commentary from Monday:


In too many communities, too manyyoung men of color are left behind and seen only as objects of fear. Andthrough initiatives like My Brother’s Keeper, I’m personally committed tochanging both perception and reality. 


This is whatpeople expected from Holder. Author and Georgetown professor MichaelEric Dyson explained it to The New York Times this way: Obama's speech on Monday wasa “stunning epic failure” but Holder is “an up and down race man whounderstands the moral consequences of the law on the lives of blackpeople.” A June Politico profile summed it up moresuccinctly: "Holder has been willing to say the things Obama couldn’t orwouldn’t say about race." 

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Luckily forSouth Africa the SPI didn’t count sexual aggression among their safety measuresthis year (estimates say 500,000 women are raped annually here by one in everyfour men — the highest rate of sexual violence the world). Regardless, with 50murders happening daily, it’s no surprise violent crime and thievery are two ofthe most cited reasons for emigration out of South Africa’s borders. In 2007, amajor South African insurance company discontinued policies on Volkswagen CitiGolfs simply because they were stolen too often; so while you might get awaywith ignoring the occasional stop sign in your hometown, if you find yourselfat the stop sign in a South African city you should probably keep driving.

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The nameDonald is a Celtic baby name. In Celtic the meaning of thename Donald is: Dark stranger.

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Sterling:British money; sterling silver or articles of it

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Gary Oldmancould be, just could be the Gary who married Sabrina. Gary must be old, becausehis son died before he did. Old man means one's husband.

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Zelda RaeWilliams (born July 31, 1989)[2][3][4] is an American actress and the daughter of Marsha Garces and comedian and actor Robin Williams.

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RobinMcLaurin Williams (July 21, 1951 – August 11, 2014) was an American actor,comedian, film producer, and screenwriter. Starting as a stand-up comedian in San Francisco and Los Angeles in the mid 1970s, he is creditedwith leading San Francisco's comedy renaissance.[1] After rising to fame as Mork in the TVseries Mork& Mindy (1978–82),Williams went on to establish a career in both stand-up comedy and feature filmacting.

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DavidMichael Letterman (born April 12, 1947) is an American television host andcomedian.[3] He hosts the late night television talk showLate Show with David Letterman, broadcast on CBS. Lettermanhas been a fixture on late night television since the 1982 debut of Late Night with David Letterman on NBC. In 1996,David Letterman was ranked #45 on TV Guide's 50 Greatest TV Stars of AllTime.[4] In 2013, Letterman surpassed friend andmentor JohnnyCarson as thelongest-serving late night talk show host in TV history, at 31 years.[5] On April 3, 2014, Letterman announced hewill retire in 2015[6][7] around the conclusion of his currentcontract which ends in August 2015.[8] CBS announced that Stephen Colbert, comedian, writer and host ofComedy Central's TheColbert Report since 2005,will take his place.

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In German, von [fɔn] is a preposition which approximately means of orfrom.

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Monrovia(AFP) - Liberia said Tuesday it had found 17 Ebola patients who had fled anattack on their clinic, sparking a panicked manhunt across its capital, whichis in the throes of a seemingly unstoppable epidemic.

The WorldHealth Organization, meanwhile, said the tropical virus had killed 84 people injust three days, a surge that has pushed the overall death toll from the WestAfrican outbreak to 1,229.

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Protestserupted in Ferguson as soon as news of Brown's death began to spread. A crowdbegan to gather around the scene of the shooting almost immediately, whileBrown's body was still lying in the road. His body would remain there for several hours. (Ferguson Police Chief Jacksonlater said that he was "uncomfortable" with the amount of time thatBrown's body had been left on the ground.) After the demonstration at the scenedispersed, a smaller group of approximately 100 people gathered outsideFerguson police headquarters and continued to protest. Non-violent protestscontinued on Sunday, but tensions began to rise between the demonstrators andthe police, who had deployed with military equipment and body armor. One video, from CNN, showed an officershouting at protesters to "bring it, you fucking animals! Bring it!" Theprotests briefly erupted into violence on the night of Sunday, August 10, whena group of people looted and burned a QuikTrip convenience store. A SWAT teamused tear gas to disperse the looters, and at least 32 people were arrested.Protesters remained largely non-violent during the demonstrations from Mondayto Thursday, but on Friday night there was more looting. A group of communityleaders organized non-violent protesters toprotect the businesses being targeted, and they eventually managed to defusethe situation, and the looters dispersed by about 4am.

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Brown'sfriend Dorian Johnson, who was with him when the shooting occurred, gave this account to MSNBC: Johnson said that he andBrown had been walking in the middle of the street when a police officerapproached and told them to use the sidewalk. They complied, and the officerbegan to drive away, but then threw his car into reverse and came backalongside the teens, nearly hitting them. Johnson heard Wilson say somethinglike "What'd you say?" before trying to open his car door, slammingit into Brown. Then the officer reached out and grabbed Brown by the neck withhis left hand. The two men struggled briefly, and then Wilson, still in hiscar, shot Brown once. Johnson said that he and Brown both attempted to flee,but Brown was shot a second time. After the second shot, Brown turned aroundand surrendered, putting his hands in the air and saying, "I don't have agun. Stop shooting!" Johnson said that Wilson then approached Brown andfired several more shots, killing him.

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Fultonurged the Brown family to ignore the theories about their son's killing:


Facts, myths, and flat out liesare already out there in Michael’s case. Theories, regardless of howridiculous, are being pondered by the pundits. My advice is to surroundyourselves with proven and trusted support. Through it all, I never let go ofmy faith, my family, or my friends. Long after the overwhelming media attentionis gone, you will need those three entities to find your ‘new normal.’ Honoryour son and his life, not the circumstances of his alleged transgressions. Ihave always said that Trayvon was not perfect. But no one will ever convince methat my son deserved to be stalked and murdered. No one can convince you thatMichael deserved to be executed. now this: neither of their lives shall be invain. The galvanizations of our communities must be continued beyond thetragedies. While we fight injustice, we will also hold ourselves to anappropriate level of intelligent advocacy. If they refuse to hear us, we willmake them feel us. Some will mistake that last statement as being negativelyprovocative. But feeling us means feeling our pain; imagining our plight asparents of slain children. We will no longer be ignored. We will bond, continueour fights for justice, and make them remember our children in an appropriatelight.

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Rebecca Eisenberg Elsa Diaz You're absolutely right, thereprobably should be a Latino History Month. It looks like there's a NationalHispanic Heritage Month (http://en.wikipedia.org/.../National_Hispanic_Heritage_Month) but it'snot as widely celebrated/recognized the way Black History Month is. It shouldbe, though.

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Ed Wood isSatan pitching D, or David, to the cross.


MC Hammer isDr. King.


Burg: [GermanBurg] : CITY, TOWN. Babylon the Great is a Hamburger.


There’s ababy in Babylon. “Wah! It’s all Bush’s fault!”

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DavidCallaham (sometimes credited as Dave Callaham born on October 24, 1977) is anAmerican film writer. Callaham was born in Fresno,California on October24, 1977. He is married to Bree Tichy. They were married in 2009.[1] Callaham is a Brown Belt in 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu under Eddie Bravo.

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