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How is it possible that didn’t mention the car company in her article? The American made car, a company way ahead of its time. People were proud to work at , proud to buy . Still driving one 20+years later.







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We have never seen SO many voters DEMAND that the ! Thank You! prayerfully say: "That he should be removed, we believe, is not a matter of partisan loyalties but loyalty to the Creator!" 's







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Everything the labor force depends on comes down from the billionaire class... why would we want to cramp their style? You're a billionaire. .. like to give free shipping, 300 million , let's see you give every legal one million each!!




In citizens brace for potential violence. Its headlines like this, right here, that we are tired of. There have already been 3 arrests, of supremacists that planned to attend.













Absurdity style: Allegedly, these women's job is to make flags to pave streets, sidewalks and stairs with.



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A Place To In America | Muslims & The "...try to understand and document the intersection between “ ” and “ ,” since the latter part of this community’s identity is often forgotten.
















Stupid foreign policy pertainig to has pushed the latter into the arms of the greedy dragon



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Lighthouse (2019)

Little Big Man (1970). Jack Crabb, looking back from extreme old age, tells of his life being raised by Native Americans and fighting with General Custer.

This is such a strange film that it’s hard to know what to say about it. It’s not bad exactly - and the cinematography is genuinely excellent in certain parts, but it’s also weird, dated and has race issues that leave a bad taste in your mouth. It also walks a fine line between parody and drama, borderline slapstick comedy and deeply rooted emotion, so…yes. Very odd, haha. 5/10.

Ada Rehan (1894-1895). John Singer Sargent (American 1856-1925). Oil on canvas. Met.

Born Delia Crehan in Limerick, Ireland, Ada Rehan moved to America as a child and began performing on stage when she was sixteen years old. An error on a theater bill rendered her name Ada C. Rehan, and the name stuck. In 1879, she joined Augustin Daly’s theater company, and became internationally renowned for playing in Shakespeare’s comedies and other plays. In this portrait, which was commissioned by an American admirer, Sargent accentuates the actor’s imposing stage presence, though she is not in character. Sargent elevates her status by showing her in the grand manner and scale typical of paintings of royalty or aristocracy.