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10 Theories That Will Make You Lose Your Mind

“Goodnight you princes of Maine, you kings of New England.”

― John Irving, The Cider House Rules


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Thank you all for the heart


A new exhibit in Austin, Texas examines a little-known chapter in the state's history, a time when Texas Rangers and white, civilian vigilantes massacred hundreds—if not thousands—of Mexican Americans or Tejanos between 1915 and 1919 in what historians have called some of the worst state-sanctioned racial violence in the U.S.

The exhibit, called “Life and Death on the Border 1910-1920,” opened January 21 at the Bullock Texas State History Museum thanks to a group of college professors and community members working together through a project called "Refusing To Forget." It will run through April 3, 2016.

The exhibit marks the first time a state entity has publicly acknowledged the role Texas played in sanctioned violence so pervasive that scholars behind "Refusing To Forget" say it prompted a struggle for justice and civil rights that continues to shape relationships in Texas today. “A public dialogue on this period of violence is timely and necessary to appropriately reflect on the lasting consequences of this period,” its website says.



My Fringe Cactus endorses the Fringe Candidate

Trump - Lost in Translation


Peachy Cool Arrow

As in Pinche Culero

As in goddamned rat fucker.

The only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a cup of coffee

MUNCIE, Ind. -- Quick action by a convenience store clerk helped stop a robbery.

The man used a cup of coffee as his weapon.

Remnants of a coffee flung across the room remain on paperwork near the front register, though most of it ended on the face of a would-be-robber.


MSMBC Is giving the stage to 3rd rank, 3rd place winner Marco Rubio?

What in the FUCKING HELL is WRONG with these people?!!!!!!!!!

WaPo - Democrats would be insane to nominate Bernie Sanders



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