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kindaloupehackenweez BS: The Mother of all BS threads (59138* d) RE: BS: The Mother of all BS threads 27 Jan 06

FACT of the Day:    MOZART

Mozarts full name was Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart. Despite his success, he died poor and his grave is unmarked.
By age six, Mozart was composing and performing music and his father,
was noted composer and violinist. In 1782, Mozart married the sister of the woman he had unsuccessfully courted several years earlier.

SOME Holidays:

United Kingdom: Holocaust Memorial Day
Germany: Day of Remembrance for victims of Nazism


1785 - The first state-chartered school, the University of Georgia, was incorporated.

1825 - Congress approved Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma), clearing the way for forced relocation of the Eastern Indians on the "Trail of Tears."

1862 - President Abraham Lincoln issued General War Order No. 1, setting in motion the Union Armies.

      And Just a thought thats perhaps is speuing out the other end.
Based on the out come of "YANKEE IMPERIALISM" some 150 years later.

Perhaps his assassination was too late and the wrong side won the war.
For what can be freed that one doesnt own. And why make it appear so when in reality all were inslaved. Hence the "Workforce"
Dont know but something tells me he was republican.
Just a observation of the uneducated variety.
Yes i know Chruchill said.
"Best let others think you as a fool, rather than opening ones mouth and removing all doubt. But i said just an observation. Wounder what the "Cherry tree thought"?

1880 - Thomas Edison received a patent for his electric incandescent lamp.
1888 - The National Geographic Society was incorportated in Washington D.C.
1924 - Vladimir Lenin's body was laid in a marble tomb on Red Square near the Kremlin.
1926 - John Logie Baird, a Scottish inventor, gave the first public demonstation of a true television system, in London.
1945 - Soviet trooops liberated the Nazi concentration camps "Auschwitz and "Birkenau" in Poland.
1951 - The era of atomic testing in "Nevada's desert began as an "Air Force plane dropped a one-kiloyon bomb on Frenchman Flats.
1973 - The "Vietnam" peace accords were signed in Paris. The U.S. military draft ended.
1975 - The Senate began an investigation of activities by the FBI and the CIA (On November 20, the committee released its report, charging both U.S. goverment agencies with illegal activities.)

Sorry for the length but one must admit its been "One hell of a day"

And the commits about Lincoln are obscure observations and some patriots will say. That every President since then (Except J.F.K)
was previously groomed for that position> Hencefourth The beginning of the evolution of Rothchilds plan of world domination. aka "The New World Order" aka "Big Brother".

Leaving the question: Are the sheep any closer to slatter?

kindaloupehackenweez aka enigma?????? One hell of a day in History.
    May today be eventless with the exception of Birthdays and Weddings, and pay rasises, and or job finds.

PEACE, Dudes and Duddetts

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