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Carrie Hope Fletcher 1 Jul 16
July 1st 1916. Battle of the Somme. More than 1 million were wounded or killed. And we're still killing each other today.
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Ian Omondi 9 May 18
We vote for incompetence then go back to our water rationed, insecure and flooded homes and expect change...we literally served these legistlators the ridiculous pension hike after chewing it up for them. This one's on us
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stephen hawker 12 Nov 17
Remembering school chum forever on the Falklands and family members lost in conflicts, saw this on an old dog walk and think it fits the memories
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Cate 16 Dec 15
Gee whiz now who else seized jewels from refugees?
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ourtruecrimepodcast Dec 11
New Episode out now! Listener Distcretion by the always amazing Edward October or Producer and Patron Saint of audio Nico of Written and researched by the most excellent Lana McCall.
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Rob 6 Feb 19
Replying to @timburchett
It was at this point that I realized you truly do not know what you are doing. Keep making E TN look stupid, Tim!
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Anthony Apps@Appsy1964 Oct 26
Replying to @edmunds_jake39
Guys I will give you my tale of woe win all up because I wasnt smart enough to take the horse legs as places as well. 1. England to win the Test when Ben Stokes ran wild into Te Akau Shark Epsom into Santa Ana Lane Everest into Te Akau Shark Cox Plate. 😢
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Kels☯ 17 Aug 14
History repeating itself. Civil rights movement vs Ferguson
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Blues Hunter 15 Mar 16
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Ken McDonagh 23 Nov 16
Christ! loosening credit rules so FTB's can get into debt is not 'good news'; lower property prices would be good news
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Haylssss. 11 Feb 18
Once again, nights out with you never disappoint.. ?
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Sandy Dahl 10 Apr 16
Why, why, WHY, do we wait so late to get serious about our taxes???
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Thornaby Community Litter Project Dec 20
Online returns end up in landfill ~ it’s simply cheaper than than checking if they can be resold 🤔
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Mark Jagels 26 Dec 13
Funny thing, Syngenta gets the cart before the horse, and it costs the American farmer.
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Shirley Taylor 3 Feb 18
Replying to @sprint
Creepy!! Seriously why are you doing this?? Want to get rid of the human workforce? Way to lower wages and increase productivity?? Ugh
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Jaylin 6 Jun 13
I will never understand why us girls take back the ones who hurts us, over & over again. ?
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Lee Edward McIlmoyle 17 Jan 19
Replying to @CanadensisMax
Every. Single. Time.
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John W. Hawthorne Jul 29
The NYT headline is remarkable given that the riots began when a black swimmer crossed an imaginary color line and was attacked. Blacks were the primary targets of the violence and disproportionately the victims. But sure, "Negro Outbreaks" worked well. ?
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James Ph. Kotsybar 6 Aug 18
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Dianne de Wekker 20 Nov 18
Replying to @theage
It's about time us humans got our act together! Avoid using plastic whenever it's possible. Reduce demand - reduce supply. What an agonising death. Killing other species will ultimately result in our own demise ...
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