Fulton County Discovers ‘Issue’

Posted in Library of Congress, Weekly Notes by chamblee54 on November 16, 2020









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@AlexGabuev Today’s agreement may turn another bloody page in the tragedy that is Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Setting emotions aside, here are couple of quick points on Russian calculus and handling of the issue – and some possible implications for standing in the Caucasus. ~ 13/ What is very important for the Kremlin is diminished role of the West, which was mainly self-inflicetd by lack of focus and regular process under @realDonaldTrump ~ Leave your front door and your back door open. Allow your thoughts to come and go. Just don’t serve them tea. ~ @AllusionistShow Need to destress and let off some steam? Time to play the #Swearlusionist Swearalong Quiz! Every answer is a swear; shout them out as you listen. There are also lots of facts about etymology and kestrels etc, so it’s HEALTHY and EDUCATIONAL alright? ~ At 10:59 am, Paris Time, on November 11, 1918, U.S. army private Henry Gunther became the last soldier to die in World War I. ~ @chamblee54 How many of the people who believed @staceyabrams and her election stealing claims now dismiss similar claims by @realDonaldTrump ? ~ None of Shakespeare’s original manuscripts have survived, due perhaps to the fact that they were written, many of them hastily, strictly for stage performance. Not so much as a couplet written in Shakespeare’s own hand has ever been proven to exist. ~ Shakespeare’s sonnets were first published together in 1609 as a quarto, athough they were probably written much earlier. The sonnets, far more popular today than the epic poems, are still published both individually and as a group. ~ On this day in 1864, Atlanta was on fire. ~ @chamblee54 Things @realDonaldTrump has in common with @staceyabrams 1 hate @BrianKempGA 2 think their opponent stole the election 3 need to lose a lot of weight ~ pictures for this post-election pre-concession immateriality reality are from The Library of Congress. ~ selah








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