SNAPSHOTS OF WAR Painted by God "If we don't need the gory details to tell a story about gore, then maybe we don't need to accept war as inevitable." ~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight "LEAVING WITHOUT A TRACE" A war story-movie about the sacrifices a family makes in real time on the ground, when one is … Continue reading ‘LEAVE NO TRACE’ – MOVIE REVIEW
Laws People Think Are Theirs’ To Break Are Major Ones
Blacks and Hispanics force white people to fight their battles for them. They do it with their dogs and gamecocks too – force them to fight, for the purpose of monetary gain. It’s always about the money.
Blacks and Browns like to watch people and other animals tear each other apart in an arena they control. There is no exit plan for the fighters. They’re put into the ring to fight or die. They know they’re going to die, if not this fight the next one.
Fifty states outlaw the brutal blood sport. But so do they outlaw slavery and trafficking of children for sex.
Blacks and Browns treat white people like their dogs and gamecocks.
Do you know how many white people died or sacrificed everything but their lives to help black Africans gain their freedom from slavery…
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CLIFTON STRENGTHS I'm glad I took this test and recommend it for everybody, whether your job searching or not. In fact, a good place to start taking it is in high school. Students can take it online and get immediate results for their use only. Schools should start politicking for it. What's good and beneficial … Continue reading Discover Your Clifton Strengths by Tom Rath
Never before have I written a review on a book where I didn't understand ninety-nine percent of the material in it. "Astrophysics is a very broad subject; it requires knowledge of fields such as electromagnetic theory, mechanics, statistical mechanics, thermodynamics quantum mechanics, relativity, nuclear physics and particle physics. The study of astrophysics includes measuring properties … Continue reading Astrophysics for people in a hurry by Neil Degrasse Tyson – a book review