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4004 BC – Creation of the world begins according to the calculations of Archbishop James Ussher
502 – The Synodus Palmaris, called by Gothic king Theodoric the Great, discharges Pope Symmachus of all charges, thus ending the schism of Antipope Laurentius.
1086 – Battle of az-Zallaqah: Army of Yusuf ibn Tashfin defeats the forces of Castilian King Alfonso VI
1091 – Tornado (possible T8/F4) strikes the heart of London killing 2 and demolishing the then wooden London Bridge
1588 – Medina Sidonia’s Spanish Armada returns to Santander
1642 – Battle at Edgeville (Warwick): King Charles I vs English parliament
1644 – Sea battle of Fehmarn Sont: Adm Thijssen beats Denen
1694 – American colonial forces, led by Sir William Phipps, fail to seize Quebec.
1702 – -24] Battle in Bay of Vigo: Neth/Engl fleet destroy Span/French fleet
1760 – 1st Jewish prayer books printed in US
1775 – Continental Congress approves resolution barring blacks from army
1790 – Slaves revolt in Haiti (later suppressed)
1805 – Sailing ship “Aeneus” sinks off Newfoundland killing 340
1814 – 1st plastic surgery is performed (England)
1824 – 1st steam locomotive is introduced
1864 – Battle of Westport, Missouri
1864 – Union General Samuel R Curtis defeats Confederate General Stirling Price
1871 – Columbia & Sappho (US) beat Livonia (UK) in 3rd America’s Cup
1910 – Blanche Scott became 1st woman solo a public airplane flight
1915 – 1st national horseshoe throwing championship (Kellerton, Iowa)
1915 – 25,000 women march in NYC, demanding right to vote
1920 – Chicago grand jury indicts Abe Attell, Hal Chase, & Bill Burns as go-betweens in Black Sox World Series scandal
1921 – Green Bay Packers play 1st NFL game, 7-6 win over Minneapolis
1934 – Jean Piccard & Jeanette Ridlen attain balloon height of 17.341 m (rec)
1935 – Dutch Schultz, Abe Landau, Otto Berman, and Bernard “Lulu” Rosencrantz are fatally shot at a saloon in Newark, New Jersey in what will become known as The Chophouse Massacre.
1941 – Walt Disney’s “Dumbo” released
1942 – All 12 passengers and crewmen aboard an American Airlines DC-3 airliner are killed when it is struck by a U.S. Army Air Forces bomber near Palm Springs, California. Amongst the victims is award-winning composer and songwriter Ralph Rainger (“Thanks for the Memory”, “Love in Bloom”, “Blue Hawaii”).
1943 – 1st Jewish transport out of Rome reaches camp Birkenau
1944 – Soviet army invades Hungary
1947 – Husband & wife Dr Carl Cori & Dr Gerty Cori are 1st spouses to be awarded joint Nobel Prizes
1954 – Britain, England, France & USSR agree to end occupation of Germany
1956 – 1st video recording on magnetic tape televised coast-to-coast
1956 – Revolt against Stalinist policies begins in Hungary
1956 – Thousands of Hungarians protest against the government and Soviet occupation. (The Hungarian Revolution is crushed on November 4).
1957 – 1st test firing of Vanguard satellite launch vehicle, TV-3
1958 – Soviet novelist Boris Pasternak, wins Nobel Prize for Literature
1958 – USSR lends money to UAR to build Aswan High Dam
1958 – The Springhill Mine Bump – An underground earthquake traps 174 miners in the No. 2 colliery at Springhill, Nova Scotia, the deepest coal mine in North America at the time. By November 1, rescuers from around the world had dug out 100 of the victims, marking the death toll at 74.
1959 – Chinese troops move into India, 17 die
1964 – Japanese beat Russian for 1st Olympic Gold in woman’s volleyball
1968 – Kip Keino (Kenya) wins gold medal for 1,500m (3 min 34.9 sec)
1970 – Gary Gabelich sets auto speed record 622.4 mph (1,001 kph)
1973 – Nixon agrees to turn over White House tape recordings to Judge Sirica
1975 – Battle between Cuba & South Africa troops in Angola
1977 – Panamanians vote 2:1 to approve new Canal treaties
1977 – Paleontologist Elso Barghoorn announces that 34-billion-year-old one-celled fossils, the earliest life forms, had been discovered
1978 – CBS raises LP prices to $8.98
1983 – 400,000 demonstrate in Brussels, against cruise missile
1988 – Robert Bork’s supreme court nomination rejected by US Senate
1989 – Browns’ Bernie Kosar sets club record with a 97-yard TD pass
1991 – Dr Jack Kevorkian’s suicide machine kills 2 women
1993 – 7 killed by IRA-bomb attack in Belfast
1997 – Dow Jones drops 186.88 pts
1998 – Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Chairman Yasser Arafat reach a “land for peace” agreement.
2001 – The Provisional Irish Republican Army of Northern Ireland commences disarmament after peace talks.
2001 – Apple releases the iPod.
2002 – Moscow Theatre Siege begins: Chechen rebels seize the House of Culture theater in Moscow and take approximately 700 theater-goers hostage(see UE
2004 – A powerful earthquake and its aftershocks hit Niigata prefecture, northern Japan, killing 35 people, injuring 2,200, and leaving 85,000 homeless or evacuated.
2011 – A powerful 7.2 magnitude earthquake strikes Van Province, Turkey, killing 582 people and injuring thousands.
1503 – Isabella of Portugal, queen of Spain and empress of Germany (d. 1539)
1516 – Charlotte de Valois, princess of France (d. 1524)
1543 – Juan de la Cueva, Spain, dramatist
1634 – Hedvig Eleonora of Holstein-Gottorp, Queen of Sweden (d. 1715)
1654 – Johann Bernhard Staudt, composer
1698 – Ange-Jacques Gabriel, French court architect (Palace de la Concorde)
1705 – Maximilian Ulysses Count Browne, Austrian field marshal (d. 1757)
1752 – Nicolas Appert, inventor (food canning, bouillon tablet)
1762 – Samuel Morey, American inventor (d. 1843)
1767 – H Benjamin Constant, [de Rebeque], French politician/writer
1771 – Jean-Andoche Junot, French general (d. 1813)
1788 – Sarah Hale, founder (Seaman’s Aid Society of Boston)
1810 – [Sarah] Margaret Fuller Ossoli, US feminist/revolutionary (NY Tribune)
1813 – Ludwig Leichhardt, German explorer (d. 1848)
1820 – James Monroe Goggin, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1889
1824 – Thomas Gamble Pitcher, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1895
1828 – Turner Ashby, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1862
1835 – Adlai Stevenson, (D) 23rd VP (1893-97)
1873 – William D. Coolidge, American physicist and inventor (d. 1975)
1875 – Gilbert N. Lewis, American chemist (d. 1946)
1896 – André Lévêque, French engineer (d. 1930)
1910 – Hayden Rorke, Bkln NY, actor (Dr Bellows-I Dream of Jeannie)
1931 – Diana Dors, [Fluck], Swindon England, actress (Berserk!, Steaming)
1931 – Jim Bunning, Phillies pitcher (perfect Game vs Mets 1965)/(Rep-R-Ky)
1935 – Chi Chi Rodriguez, Rio Piedras PR, PGA golfer (1972 Byron Nelson)
1938 – John Heinz, (Sen-R-PA, 1977- )
1940 – Freddie Marsden, Liverpool, rock drummer (Gerry & The Pacemakers)
1940 – Pelé [Edson Arantes do Nascimento], Três Corações, Minas Gerais, Brazil, Brazilian footballer (Player of the Century – 1281 goals in 1363 games)
1942 – Anita Roddick, English cosmetic manufacturer (Body Shop)
1942 – Michael Crichton, Chicago, novelist (Andromeda Strain, Congo, Looker), (d. 2008)
1945 – Kim Larsen, Danish singer
1946 – Miklos Nemeth, Hungary, javelin thrower (Olympic-gold-1976)
1948 – Brian Ross, American journalist
1954 – Ang Lee, director (Ice Storm, Wedding Banquet, Sense & Sensibility)
1956 – Dwight Yoakam, Pikeville Ky, country singer (Honky Tonk Man)
1959 – Weird Al Yankovic [Alfred Matthew], California, parody singer (Eat It, UHF, Naked Gun)
1959 – Sam Raimi, actor (Indian Summer, Thou Shalt Not Kill Except)
1960 – Wayne Rainey, American motorcyclist
1962 – Christo van Rensburg, South Africa, tennis star
1962 – Doug Flutie, CFL/NFL quarterback (Argonauts, Generals, Bears, Pats)
1965 – Al Leiter, Toms River NJ, pitcher (Florida Marlins, NY Mets)
1965 – Augusten Burroughs, American writer
1972 – Tiffany Milbrett, Portland Oregon, soccer forward (Olympics-96)
1975 – Keith Van Horn, NBA forward (NJ Nets)
1976 – Julie Howard, Brantford ON, 100m/200m backstroker (Olympics-27-92, 96)
1976 – Cat Deeley, English model and television personality
1980 – Jade Davidson, Australia, gymnast (Olympics-96)
1981 – Jeroen Bleekemolen, Dutch racing driver
1984 – Izabel Goulart, Brazilian model
1985 – James Kotecki, American political blogger
42 BC – Marcus Junius Brutus, Roman senator (b. 85 BC)
930 – Daigo, Emperor of Japan (b. 885)
1260 – Koetoez, Turkish sultan of Egypt, murdered
1450 – Johannes van Capestrano, Italian saint, dies at 70
1581 – Michael Neander, German mathematician and astronomer (b. 1529)
1764 – Emmanuel-Auguste de Cahideuc, Comte Dubois de la Motte, French naval officer (b. 1683)
1799 – William Paca, US judge/signer (Decl of Independence), dies at 58
1892 – Mehemed Emin Pasja, German explorer, murdered at 52
1899 – W Penn Symons, British gen-maj, dies in battle
1901 – Georg von Siemens, founder (Deutsche Bank), dies
1929 – Thomas F Tout, historian (Manch school of historiography), dies at 74
1935 – Abe Landau, US gangster, murdered
1935 – Dutch Schultz [Arthur Flegenheimer], US gangster, murdered at 33
1935 – Otto “Aba Daba” Berman, US gangster, murdered
1942 – Georg Stumme, German general/commandant of African corps, dies
1944 – Hana Brady, Holocaust victim
1944 – Charles Glover Barkla, English physicist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1877)
1963 – Raphael HLAJM Verwilghen, architect/urban developer, dies at 78
1969 – Tommy Edwards, rocker, dies at 47
1976 – Leonard Lee, US R&B-singer (Shirley & Lee-I’m Gone), dies at 40
1978 – Maybelle Carter, country singer (Johnny Cash Show), dies at 69
1983 – Jessica Savage, Margate NJ, newscaster (NBC Weekend), dies at 36
1984 – Oskar Werner, actor (Farenehit 451), dies of a heart attack at 61
1986 – Edward A Doisy Sr, discoverer of vitamin K (Nobel 1943), dies at 92
1996 – Diana Trilling, writer, dies at 91
2002 – Adolph Green, American lyricist and playwright (b. 1915)
2004 – Robert Merrill, American baritone (b. 1919)
2005 – John Muth, American economist (b. 1930)
2007 – John Ilhan, Australian entrepreneur, Crazy John’s mobile phones (b. 1965)
2010 – Leo Cullum, American cartoonist (d. 1942)
2011 – Marco Simoncelli, Italian motorcycle racer (b. 1987)
2011 – John McCarthy, American computer scientist and pioneer in the field of Artificial Intelligence, inventor of the Lisp programming language.(b. 1927)
” Many liberals are adamant there is no threat of voter fraud that justifies efforts to improve the integrity of elections. “There is no real concrete evidence of voter fraud,” tweeted Donna Brazile, former acting chair of the Democratic National Committee, this week. “It’s a big ass lie.”
James O’Keefe, the guerilla filmmaker who brought down the ACORN voter-registration fraudsters in 2010 and forced the resignation of NPR executives, politely disagrees. Today, he is releasing some new undercover footage that raises disturbing questions about ballot integrity in Colorado, the site of fiercely contested races for the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House, and the governorship. When he raised the issue of filling out some of the unused ballots that are mailed to every household in the state this month, he was told by Meredith Hicks, the director of Work for Progress, a liberal group funded by Democratic Super PACS.: “That is not even like lying or something, if someone throws out a ballot, like if you want to fill it out you should do it.” She then brazenly offered O’Keefe, disguised as a middle-aged college instructor, a job with her group. “
Read it all from John Fund at NRO
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” Shots rang through the air Wednesday morning in Ottawa as multiple gunmen opened fire on Parliament Hill.
At least two people were shot, including a solider who was standing guard at the cenotaph at the War Memorial in the city’s downtown.
Incidents spread across three locations: the War Memorial, Centre Block and the Rideau Centre mall, located kitty corner from the Chateau Laurier. Buildings in downtown Ottawa were locked down.
” A Canadian soldier was shot at a war memorial in Ottawa this morning. Parliament Hill then went into lockdown, two other shootings in the area have been reported, one alleged shooter has been killed, and there are reports of other gunmen at large. Beyond that, the facts are pretty cloudy. For a sense of the chaos, here’s some footage of police firing their weapons during a sweep of a Parliament building. The video was shot by The Globe and Mail‘s Josh Wingrove. “
” Aimpoint is getting into the entry-level market — entry level for Aimpoint, anyway — with its new ACO red dot sight. The ACO, or Aimpoint Carbine Optic, is tailored for the “black rifle” crowd, AR-15s in particular.
The design draws on some of Aimpoints existing products, chiefly the Aimpoint PRO, the company’s previous entry-level optic, and delivers on the ruggedness and reliability the market has come to respect from Aimpoint, just at a more approachable price.
With an MSRP of $393, the ACO is sure to be a hit with rifle owners of all stripes looking for a non-magnified optic. Realistically the sight will have a significantly lower retail price when it hits shelves later this October.
“ By choosing this optic, shooters get a premium Aimpoint sight at an extremely friendly price point. If you own an AR-15 rifle, the ACO is exactly what you need to complete the package,” Brian Lisankie, Aimpoint’s president, said in a press release. “
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” If you follow the money in the 2014 election — if you look past the audacious nine figures of liberal billionaire Tom Steyer, and past the well-heeled tentacles of the Kochtopus, and past Karl Rove and Harry Reid — you will find a little-noted major player in the battle to control the U.S. Senate: trial lawyers.
Lawyers and law firms have given more money to House and Senate candidates and party committees than any other industry, with an overwhelming majority going to Democrats.
Lawyers are top donors in all of the most competitive Senate races. The top lawyer lobby in Washington is a leading bundler and PAC donor for the Democrats’ official and unofficial campaign committees.
Ironically, despite all these tens of millions in lawyer dollars trying to keep the Senate in friendly hands, it could be the industry’s unpopularity that hands the U.S. Senate to Republicans.
Trial lawyers love Democrats because Democrats advance policies that help trial lawyers make money. More regulation and more legislation often means more litigation. Democrats oppose tort reform, while Republicans — encouraged by the business lobby — support tort reform. Democrats push laws such as the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act that create all sorts of legal ambiguities and liabilities, which yields profits for lawyers. “
The genius behind PayPal , Peter Thiel , speaks with Glenn Beck on the foolish monetary policy bankrupting America and the likelihood of a Clinton presidency being a one term affair .
” We mounted a GoPro camera to the gun barrels on our top gun turret.”
” Several shots have been fired outside and inside the nation’s parliament in Ottawa.
Witnesses reported seeing a gunman firing at the Ottawa War Memorial and then running toward the government buildings, where more shots were heard.
A soldier has been wounded in the attack, Canadian media report.
The incident came hours after Canada raised its terror threat level from low to medium. A soldier was killed in a hit-and-run earlier in the week.
” Shots fired at War Memorial at 9:52am today; one person injured,” Ottawa Police tweeted on Wednesday as a witness reported seeing authorities search from room to room for the suspect.
The gunman fired on soldiers guarding Canada’s main war memorial and then ran into the parliament.”
Here is a more detailed accounting of the attack from the Ottawa Citizen …
” John McKay, another Liberal MP, says a librarian in Parliament told him she saw shooter walking through halls with rifle
Witnesses to the War Memorial shooting described a man pull up in a car in front monument just before 10 a.m., get out with a rifle and started firing shots at the soldiers standing guard. About five or six shots were fired.
The soldier fell on the steps at the foot of the Cenotaph, where bystanders and paramedics provided emergency medical care. The soldier, believed to be a man in his 30s, was taken to hospital by ambulance suffering from gunshots to his abdomen. His condition is unknown.
Witnesses said the man got back into the car, raced up Elgin Street and parked on Wellington Street in front of a gateway to the Hill. The man wore what one witness described as an “Arabic scarf” and was carrying what was described as a long rifle.
Police warned bystanders downtown that the shooter was still on the loose. The suspect is described as 5-9 to 5-10, overweight and wearing a dark jacket. “
Published on Oct 17, 2014
” President Obama talks to the American public and reassures them that Ebola is not a threat and that he has the situation under his firm control. Based on an audio skit from the Rush Limbaugh Radio Show.”
” White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest declined to address a Breitbart News report about a “surge” of immigration ID’s requested by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
When asked about the report at the White House Press Briefing today, Earnest referred Breitbart News to the USCIS for comment. “
Just another example of that much ballyhooed “transparency” we were promised
” This 82-year old grandmother called into C-Span Washington Journal and let the Democratic Party have it with frustrations and haymakers.
I have noticed in years what the Democratic party has done to my people. Unemployment is higher in the black community….than anywhere else.
I cannot say, there’s no way I can continue to say that I was a Christian and stay in the democrat party. They advocates the killing of babies, they advocate taking from the doers and giving to the ones sitting doing nothing……. “
Thanks to Wayne DuPree
” Artist Dave Fothergill—who’s done visual effects for a bunch of National Geographic documentary films—has created a simple 3D animation of a crowd stampeding straight into a rotating metal thing. Watch as they all get threshed into a chaotic, flailing pile. It’s mesmerizing .”
Do these “people” remind the reader of anyone ? Obamabots perhaps ? For an even more entertaining version complete with soundtrack and appropriate screaming click here .
” More than a dozen lucky rabbits were given Swedish massages four times a day, courtesy of U.S. taxpayers, as part of a study to figure out whether massage can help recovery times after strenuous exercise — a practice Sen. Tom Coburn says makes a mockery of federal spending.
The rabbit massages are one of the hundred wasteful products Mr. Coburn, an Oklahoma Republican, identified in his latest edition of the Wastebook, an annual compendium of the ridiculous and outrageous items in government spending, which he is releasing on Wednesday.”
If you think Swedish massage for rabbits is absurd get a load of these expenditures …
” Other highlights included the National Science Foundation paying academics to teach monkeys to gamble, government sponsorship of a children’s play about brain-eating zombies and a first-person combat shooting video game the Army developed — but which intelligence officials fear terrorists could use to train their own recruits. Indeed, Hezbollah has adapted the game’s design to train suicide martyrs.
Mr. Coburn’s investigators also found scientists putting mountain lions, monkeys, rats and cows on treadmills. That’s reminiscent of a previous famous item Mr. Coburn spotted that involved sticking shrimp on a treadmill to try to see if tired shrimp were less healthy. “
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” From a distance, the small group of Haitian immigrants at the public library looks like a prayer meeting or political gathering. Dressed colorfully but comfortably, the women speak in heavily accented English and sit every day for hours around a small wooden table studying to be nurses.
The library sits at the heart of one of the most diverse counties in the USA. More than 50 languages are spoken in the public schools, and this is what more and more communities across America will look like soon — very soon.
Racial and ethnic diversity is spreading far beyond the coasts and into surprising places across the USA, rapidly changing how Americans live, learn, work and worship together — and even who our neighbors are.
Cities and towns far removed from traditional urban gateways such as New York, Miami, Chicago and San Francisco are rapidly becoming some of the most diverse places in America, an analysis of demographic data by USA TODAY shows.
Small metro areas such as Lumberton, N.C., and Yakima, Wash., and even remote towns and counties — such as Finney County, Kan., or Buena Vista County, Iowa — have seen a stunning surge in immigrants, making those places far more diverse.
The result: For the first time, the next person you meet in this country — at work, in the library, at a coffee shop or a movie ticket line — will probably be of a different race or ethnic group than you.”
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” Although the Obama administration has yet to release the federal healthcare premiums for 2015, some private insurers have.
One of them in Minnesota has indicated that they will be showing increases of up to 60% for their ACA-compliant policies. Preferred One, the largest and lowest-cost provider of health insurance in the state, pulled out of the state’s MNsure exchange last month due to its being “unsustainable.” “
” Furthermore, a study was also just released that surveyed 2,600 businesses around the state, finding that 74% said prices of healthcare insurance increased after the law went into effect and that most of these increases were over 10%.”
” Two weeks before Election Day, most of the nation’s likely voters now expect the Republican Party to take control of the U.S. Senate, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll. And by a growing margin, they say that’s the outcome they’d like to see.
Among all adults, 38 percent say they’d like the Democrats to wind up in control of Congress, to 36 percent for the Republicans. But the GOP holds a significant lead among those most likely to cast ballots: 47 percent of these voters favor a Republican controlled-Congress, 39 percent a Democratic one. That’s a shift in the GOP’s favor since an AP-GfK poll in late September, when the two parties ran about evenly among likely voters.
Women have moved in the GOP’s direction since September. In last month’s AP-GfK poll, 47 percent of female likely voters said they favored a Democratic-controlled Congress while 40 percent wanted the Republicans to capture control. In the new poll, the two parties are about even among women, 44 percent prefer the Republicans, 42 percent the Democrats.”
Published on Oct 19, 2014
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What appears to be a homicide on the streets of Philadelphia has innocent bystanders concerned. The victim lying on the ground quickly changes the emotions of these people by popping up viciously from the crime scene as a severely wounded Zombie. Much to their surprise, they are naturally horrified by the situation causing them to tremble, scream, and even flee the scene. At times, detectives lure in the passerby’s with questioning to make the situation more believable. An off duty security guard stood close by to ensure the safety of the public during the prank.
Zombie Makeup by Doug Sakmann – Backseat Conceptions
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” A bizarre was photo taken at the Yell County Juvenile Detention Center in Arkansas, and it has been obtained from a FOIA request and released on the internet, currently going viral.
The picture displays a teen in a restraint system similar to a straightjacket, except it appears to cover a person’s face completely. Perhaps the most bizarre aspect of this photographic evidence of torture, is the appearance of the thing covering the teen’s face.
What is that thing covering the kid’s face? Why does it look like duct-tape with disturbing cross-eyed cartoon eyes drawn on it with sharpie? That might just be indicative of a whole process of humiliation that accompanies this abuse.”
” Islamic State terrorists have begun their promised killing of Christians in Mosul, and they have started with the children. According to a report via CNN, a Chaldean-American businessman has said that killings have started in Mosul and children’s heads are being erected on poles in a city park.
“There is a park in Mosul,” Mark Arabo told CNN during a Skype interview from San Diego, “where they actually beheaded children and put their heads on a stick and have them in the park.” “
” Arabo, who is a prominent Chaldean-American businessman and met with other leaders of his community in the White House last week, has called upon American political leaders to grant asylum to about 300,000 Christians fleeing the ISIS invasion. “
” “The world hasn’t seen this kind of atrocity in generations,” he told CNN. He’s mostly correct. Although genocides have happened repeatedly throughout history, including famous genocides in Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia, as well as Cambodia, the genocide perpetrated against Christians and other minorities is extreme, partly because it is being gleefully publicized. “
Catholic Online has more , including pictures of a horrific nature courtesy of the “Religion Of Peace”
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” Documentary about Chicago Blues and the migrating black community that brought it there. Made in 1972 the political tensions of the late 60’s are still an all pervasive presence but it makes for an edgy and atmospheric portrayal of the era and the music.
With Muddy Waters, Johnnie Lewis, Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters, J.B. Hutto, Junior Wells, Floyd Jones.. “
Published on Oct 21, 2014
” Can Jesse Jackson inoculate his stupidity away? He really thinks that Ebola has racist roots, and thinks doctors are treating black people differently. Hear Zo shed some light on this lunacy.”