For our latest mission, we turned a little league baseball game in Hermosa Beach, California into a major league event.
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The Way of the King is a step constructed in the walls of the Defile of the Gaitanes in the Spurt, near Ãlora (Malaga). One is a peatonal step of 3 km with long sections with a width of hardly 1 m. hanging up to 100 m.s of height on the river, in practically vertical walls. At the moment one is very deteriorated, almost all the route is without railing and is segments that have been colapsado, being left only the support beam. All these factors have contributed to create lost a black legend after having the life hikers treating to cross it.
What’s something you can’t stand but everyone else seems to love?
This one is easy for me. I hate beer. I hate it domestic. I hated imported. I hate it as a lager. I hate it as an ale. I hate it in any form with the exception of root. I hate it so much that if I was given a choice on a hot and humid day between an ice cold beer and room temperature flat diet mountain dew I would be drinking the dew before the head on the beer even had a chance to form.
‘Blitz Wolf’ is an MGM cartoon directed by Tex Avery in 1942. It juxtaposes the Second World War with the famous tale of the three little pigs. Hitler is depicted as the wolf, and other Western powers as three little pigs .
More Disney WW2 propaganda.
Speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. against the Vietnam War. Audio.
This speech was released by Black Forum records, a subsidiary of Motown, and went on to win a Grammy in 1970 for the Best Spoken Word Recording.
Excerpts of a Sermon at the Ebenezer Baptist Church on April 30, 1967.
Or do you prefer Eruption on the electric cello:
If Christ was in fact God, why did he not plainly say there is
another life? Why did he not tell us something about it? Why did he
not turn the tearstained hope of immortality into the glad
knowledge of another life? Why did he go dumbly to his death and
leave the world in darkness and in doubt? Why? Because he was a man
and did not know.
Robert Green Ingersoll – “Orthodoxy”(1884)