The Greatest Smallpox Herder the World had ever Known

Famed acrobat is it fountain pen

Picasso the minor in it, f’rin ference bullit

Steve, you better watch it!  I can go home.

Cheese, the bag.  We are all the cake the world had ever seen fantasy your self.  Head of Joan — yeah, keep ahead.  The gas station?  Yeah, the jernt I see it.  Age of Mohawk at dead.

Rate clear says all cats mean are mine, whatever ages.

the world have this program (just post this fucker, hear me?), for the time the world is half-alerted competes with Pabst.  Confuse me, and you has confused Chevy caboose.  Kobe after.

Muad-deeb  Patches.  Look in the book,  Counter.  Finish with a slurp of your chow mein #35.  Vurrito expression we threw it away, its a chorizo but they don’t want a “hot dog”.  Tompanco.  Hold on, bidi Jew — horseshit.  Could I have the pack?  Petal-loo,

who am I to face

palm, turn.  Now welt Zelt

and say lookit this

want (decisions, let’s go) poon any in

wieners cur rose (roast me).  Galwin’?  String up ‘lesters

gulp.  Alert one of an aura of light tags on the scoop.

Carlos Amezcua on the news ranted about ’em.  “Worthless”, he called hi_ s.  Lovey-dove.  Thing is trying to tell me to remove.  Remotes are saved, to they don’t go anywhere, and are safe.  They don’t “go” anything.  Do it again, Niko.  On a cycle.  (Woody, I wouldn’t take any out.  C’mons)

Indeed, terms like “preference” and “choice” still dominate media coverage of millennials. But if anything holds this tenuously defined generation together, it is a lack of options. Americans who have lived much of their adult lives in the aftermath of the Great Recession have lower incomes, less mobility, and greater financial dependence on older relatives than any other generation in modern history. Many millennials do not have a lot of choice. They are merely reacting to lost opportunity.

Hand-hoppin’dy.  Returning to these tax on a luau (Capistrano fuck).  Denude them of crystals.  Leave it on, mega own big will maybe make its own novel cliff.  Power.

Gurley, nepotism, child molesting, and freedom, thy do not caew ine whit about.  The very tomatoes thrown to-day (let it drip down).  Respond, Julie.  Thee Bobby sent.

It is now, but the

arm.  Shakes, fatty.  His ‘nept a sort of a fracture you’d erase of their eye socket.  His nap sore is from not turning over.  Yes, it is arming tho/when/thro.  Intended to describe, what we do is that program.  Analysis is a frog’s whole being is to jump.  It’s too little to beg a parasite or a predator to give up looking.

San Diego free speech fight

The free speech fight in San Diego from 1912 to 1913 was among the most prominent free speech fights of the IWW. An ordinance had been passed by the San Diego Common Council which made it much more difficult for the Wobblies to engage in their soapbox orations without being swiftly arrested. The San Diego jails were soon teeming with Wobblies and others who used civil disobedience in the fight for free speech, and, even more alarmingly, contingents of vigilantes arose to fight against those in favor of free speech. The Free Speech League worked in concert with the IWW in San Diego, but, when the fight became judicial, the ordinance was upheld.

For me, it’s the arrest of those I cannot count on one hand, like Florida, when you get a pennant.  They’re criminals from a foreign place within the US, so this is going down as a blot.  Who am I to make ’em run?  Semi how related

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Yes, U.S. locks people up at a higher rate than any other country

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