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mark 24m
You assume I’m just googling facts online and that I’ve not read anything for myself.
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The majority of the Letters is Secession state this. Who am I to argue with evidence beyond what Google will tell me?
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You assume facts not in evidence regarding Google and me, Friend. Not wise.
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Slavery is wrong. Stone, cold, fact. Period. Full stop.
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Right. Forget about the British Slave Trade Act of 1807, Mr History Dude? And that Chattel Slavery was discontinued before that? You’re right. You can celebrate what you want. I can also say that you’re celebrating White Supremacy when you celebrate the Confederacy.
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Whatever, John. You believe whatever the Daughters of the CSA tell you in their revisionist history of the “War Between the States”. A majority of the Letters do Secession specifically mention slavery. The CSA was founded on slavery, was based on White Supremacy. Jim Crow?
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Open Culture 2h
Kind of Blue: How Miles Davis Changed Jazz
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They’re commemorating their own sedition, pride in their seditious ancestors and in some cases their pride in their racist history.
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Also, I love tweeted the mini-series recently.
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No need. I believe it is my favorite of Dickens novels.
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Delores Schilling 12h
I have been tweeting this everyday. Will you join me? Over 4200 Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women -
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In honor of Willie Shakes alleged birthday today, I share my favorite t-shirt with him featured.
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Good morning (@ Love's Travel Stop in Macon, GA)
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S.E.Thompson 6h
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Music History 11h
The Rolling Stones released their 13th album “Black And Blue” on this day, 23rd April 1976. Side two, track three - “Fool To Cry”:
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Replying to @JeannieG40
Stonehenge! Spinal Tap!
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Replying to @sandrapoetry
There’s a poem or song lyric there
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5 of 5 stars to Black Hammer, Vol. 2 by Jeff Lemire
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Replying to @joncwriter
Well played...
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Good night, Twitter.
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