Would you die happy?
Or would you think “I Really miss those great old TV Classics”?
Other die happy post…
The Fremont Abbey is an old Church turned art center, a great place for music.
They released a Compilation CD to help raise some funds, I went to the release show with my camera and was blown away
The CD is called Thirteen Volume 1 (can’t wait for volume 2) 13 artist performing 13 songs on 1 cd,
and now on one YouTube playlist.
Debbie Miller, Brad Loomis, BC Campbell, Fort Union, Panama Gold, The Gloria Darlings, Tony Kevin Jr., The Local Strangers, Sean McGrath, Kevin Long, Pretty Broken Things, Matty & Mikey Gervais, and Kris Orlowski
Note: Some songs in the playlist are not on the CD, and vice versa. So be sure to get the CD
PS: This whole thing was put together by Aubrey Zoli of the Local Strangers
And rocks aren’t dangerous.
Palestinians were out in force throwing rocks at passersby as part of their “Statehood celebrations” This child was injured when Palestinians threw rocks at the family car.
"They hold an olive twig in their mouths and murder weapons in their hands. To these barbarian terrorists they want to give a state.”
These rock throwing attacks have been an ongoing threat for sometime on the West Bank, Especially near Jerusalem, must often targeting Israeli’s as they leave/return to their homes, or worshipers at the Wailing Wall, the cameras wait until the IDF arrives before they show you anything.
When Chairman Mao Zedong died from Parkinson’s disease.
The plan “The Great Leap Forward”
To increase food production 3 fold with half the labor and to increase steel production by using unneeded farm labor.
Poor land and labor management combined with misguided pest reduction attempts resulted in massive crop failures. Famine followed. Estimates of over 4o million dead.
forcing untrained workers to meet unrealistic quotas in homemade forages resulted in poor quality un-useable steel being used in infrastructure projects that failed or were abandoned.
The plan “The Cultural Revolution”
A naked attempt to hold onto power after the utter failure of the great leap. With Mao shut out of many of the day to day party operations he reached out to the disaffected youth blaming the ills of the day on the old party leaders (many of whom he had placed in power)
After whipping up resentment and hostility finally he called for students to abandon their studies and form militia groups, raising an army of almost 11 million students to aid the Red Army in ridding the nation of these unwanted leaders and restoring Mao to absolute power. Student mobs then murdered teachers and school administrators, they destroyed Tibetan monasteries, Foreign diplomats were lynched. They attacked artists, scholars, and intellectuals, whenever Mao denounced one of his former comrades the students were there to bring the “people’s justice”
Untold Millions were killed, it took only 3 years to bring what was left China’s economy to ruin. Yet it was not enough to end the murder spree that lasted until this day in 1976 with the death of Chairman Mao,
From the BBC