Events............OCTOBER 20 ........RE-BLOCKING HISTORY.....FOOTBALL WAS WRITTEN IN 1873....THE CULTURAL UNLOCKING--- ONE LONG RUNNING THEME....PETRO...CH...emi...calls....?????????????
1720 – Caribbean pirate Calico Jack is captured by the Royal Navy.
1740 – Maria Theresa takes the throne of Austria. France, Prussia, Bavaria and Saxony refuse to honour the Pragmatic Sanction and the War of the Austrian Succession begins.
1781 – The Patent of Toleration, providing limited freedom of worship, is approved in Habsburg Monarchy.
1803 – The United States Senate ratifies the Louisiana Purchase.
1818 – The Convention of 1818 is signed between the United States and the United Kingdom, which settles the Canada–United States border on the 49th parallel for most of its length.
1827 – In the Battle of Navarino, a combined Turkish and Egyptian fleet is defeated by British, French, and Russian naval forces in the last significant battle fought with wooden sailing ships.
1873 – Yale, Princeton, Columbia, and Rutgers universities draft the first code of American football rules.
1883 – Peru and Chile sign the Treaty of Ancón, by which the Tarapacá province is ceded to the latter, bringing an end to Peru's involvement in the War of the Pacific.
1904 – Chile and Bolivia sign the Treaty of Peace and Friendship, delimiting the border between the two countries.
1910 – The hull of the RMS Olympic, sister-ship to the ill-fated RMS Titanic, is launched from the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
1935 – The Long March, a mammoth retreat undertaken by the armed forces of the Chinese Communist Party a year prior, ends.
1941 – World War II: Thousands of civilians in Kragujevac in German-occupied Serbia are murdered in the Kragujevac massacre.
1944 – The Soviet Army and Yugoslav Partisans liberate Belgrade, the capital of Yugoslavia
1944 – Liquefied natural gas leaks from storage tanks in Cleveland and then explodes; the explosion and resulting fire level 30 blocks and kill 130.
1944 – American general Douglas MacArthur fulfills his promise to return to the Philippines when he commands an Allied assault on the islands, reclaiming them from the Japanese during the Second World War.
1946 – Government of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam decides that October 20 is Vietnam Women's Day.
1947 – The House Un-American Activities Committee begins its investigation into Communist infiltration of the cineMA of the United States, resulting
in a BLACKLIST that prevents some from working in the industry for years...(extra extra-- read all about it...no American Indians in Managment...AIMe
1947 – The United States of America and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan establish diplomatic relations for the first time.
1951 – The "Johnny Bright incident" occurs in Stillwater, Oklahoma
1952 – Governor Evelyn Baring declares a state of emergency in Kenya and begins arresting hundreds of suspected leaders of the Mau Mau Uprising, including Jomo Kenyatta, the future first President of Kenya.
1961 – The Soviet Union performs the first armed test of a submarine-launched ballistic missile, launching an R-13 from a Golf-class submarine.
1962 – People's Republic of China launches simultaneous offensives in Ladakh and across the McMahon Line, igniting the Sino-Indian War.
1968 – Former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy marries Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis.
1973 – "Saturday Night Massacre": United States President Richard Nixon fires U.S. Attorney General Elliot Richardson and Deputy Attorney General William Ruckelshaus after they refuse to fire Watergate special prosecutor Archibald Cox,
1973 – The Sydney Opera House is opened by Elizabeth II after 14 years of construction....making tracks in cultural progress- Top GuNicKS
1976 – The ferry George Prince is struck by a ship while crossing the Mississippi River between Destrehan and Luling, Louisiana. Seventy-eight passengers and crew die, and only 18 people aboard the ferry survive.
1977 – Rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd's plane crashes. Lead singer Ronnie Van Zant and guitarist Steve Gaines perish in the crash.
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Design and development
The design began with a requirement by AAirlines.... for an airliner to replace DC-3s. Convair's original design, the unpressurised Model 110,
was a twin-engine, low-wing monoplane of all-metal construction, with 30 seats. It was powered by Pratt & Whitney R-2800 Double Wasp
radial engines. It had a tricycle landing gear, and a ventral airstair for passenger boarding. The prototype Model 110, registration NX90653, first
flew on July 8, 1946. By this time, American had changed the requirements to include pressurization and deemed the design too small.
Convair used the first prototype for 240 series development work before they had it broken up in 1947.
To meet the requirements of airlines for a pressurized airliner, Convair produced a revised design—the Model 240. This had a
longer but thinner fuselage than the Model 110, accommodating 40 passengers in the first pressurized, twin-engined airliner.
The 240 first flew on March 17, 1947....plus or minus 1....The Model 240 was followed by the Model 340, which had a longer fuselage, longer-
span wings, and more powerful engines. The 340 first flew on October 5, 1951.
10/20/1944 – Liquefied natural gas leaks from
storage tanks in Cleveland and then explodes;
the explosion and resulting fire level 30 blocks
and kill 130.
the rooky...ha ha...
then a loud explosion and the laughter stopped.
PS. word on da street-- remote controllers will have dem fingers cut off in optional futures...fu.
THERE IS SOMETHING REALLY WRONG...
THE PATTERNS ARE CLEAR...
TOO MANY...TIED TO THE SAME ...
ENERGY--SOME FORM OF...CORRECT?
YES or NO?
THIS FEELS WEIRD....PENCIL PUSHERS...
BETTER GIT OUT OF THE WAY....??? HMMM.
|The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue
performing arts centre in Sydney, New South
Wales, Australia.... 20th century's most
famous and distinctive buildings
EUREKA MOMENT...STREAK ENDS...
ALMOST LAUGHED...Bed Ridden Looks...
Accidental Death of an
10 Sep 2018 - 27 Oct 2018
THE PROBLEM-- U...
NOW U KNOW WHAT TO DO...
SILENCE IS NOT GOLDEN...TURN IT UP...
CrasH---10/20/77....................................titanic hull 10/20/1910
REGRETFULLY REPORTING THE HISTORY AS WRITTEN....NOT REWRITTEN *YET*...
On October 20, 1977, three days after releasing their album Street Survivors, Lynyrd Skynyrd performed at the Greenville Memorial Auditorium in Greenville, South Carolina, and boarded a Convair CV-240 airplane to
take them to Baton Rouge, where they were to perform at Louisiana State University. The plane ran out of fuel near the end of their flight.
Upon realizing that the plane had insufficient fuel, the pilots decided to attempt an emergency landing on a small rural airstrip. Despite their efforts, at approximately 6:47 PM the plane skimmed about 100 yards
along the top of the tree line before smashing into a large tree and splitting into pieces near Gillsburg, Mississippi. Drummer Artimus Pyle recalls entering the cabin and being told by a terrified pilot Walter McCreary
to go back and strap himself in. Knowing the flight would not end well, the band sat in silence, praying and coming to terms with the situation. Guitarist Gary Rossington recalls hearing what sounded like hundreds
of baseball bats hitting the plane's fuselage as it began striking trees. The sound got louder and louder until Rossington was knocked unconscious; he awoke some time later on the ground with the plane's door on
top of him.The crash occurred only 300 yards short of the airstrip. Lead singer/founding member Ronnie Van Zant, guitarist/vocalist Steve Gaines, backing vocalist Cassie Gaines, assistant road manager Dean
Kilpatrick, pilot Walter McCreary, and copilot William Gray all died in the crash. Most of the survivors had been seated toward the back of the plane. The survivors, all of which were seriously injured, were
transported to different hospitals for treatment and weren't immediately aware of the fatalities. Days later, Rossington was informed in hospital by his mother that Van Zant had been killed.
Cassie had been so fearful of flying in the Convair that she had preferred to travel in the band's cramped equipment truck instead, but Van Zant convinced her to board the plane on October 20. Keyboard player
Billy Powell's nose was nearly torn off as he suffered severe facial lacerations and deep lacerations to his right leg. Decades later, Powell gave a lurid account of the flight's final moments on a VH1 Behind The Music
special. He said Van Zant, who wasn't wearing a seat belt, was thrown violently from his seat and died immediately when his head impacted a tree as the plane broke apart. Some elements of Powell's version of the
events, however, have been disputed by both drummer Artimus Pyle and Van Zant's widow Judy Van Zant Jenness, who posted the autopsy reports on the band's web site in early 1998 to "set the record straight",
while essentially confirming Powell's account. Pyle suffered broken ribs but managed to leave the crash site and notify a nearby resident...
NO MORE NEEDS TO BE WRITTEN AT THIS POINT...PRAYING FOR THESE PEOPLE & THEIR FAMILIES IS ABSOLUTELY FREE-- GIVE FROM THY HEART AND SEEK REWARDS IN NEW WAYS-- FREEDOM returns...
if u knew someone cried 4 u...
would it make this better...no...
not really...GOD this is painful to see
Haven't met the real WoLFe yet...olive
it is a HE...LuV WoLF
knows lot more than racists...just
numbers & MEAT...Lots of it...
the Craft--Art of Harmony....any form is fine...
FOOTBALL ORIGINATED IN
Thomas Wentworth Wills (19 August 1835 – 2 May
1880) was a sportsman who is credited with being
Australia's first cricketer of significance and a founder
of Australian football. Born in the British colony of New
South Wales to a wealthy family descended from
convicts, Wills grew up in the bush on properties
owned by his father, the pastoralist and politician
Horatio Wills, in what is now the Australian state of
Victoria. He befriended local Aborigines, learning their
language and customs. At the age of 14, Wills went to
England to attend Rugby School, where he became
captain of its cricket team, and played an early version
of rugby football. After Rugby, Wills represented the
Cambridge University Cricket Club in the annual
match against Oxford, and played at first-class level for
Kent and the Marylebone Cricket Club. An athletic all-
rounder with exceptional bowling skills, he was
regarded as one of the finest young cricketers in
|1873 – Yale,
universities draft the
first code of
TO THE ONE WHO
NEES MORE LOVE THAN
EVER BEFORE...NOTHING IN THE
WORLD CAN PAY FOR THIS LOSS...
NO WAY...FIX YO' ISSUES...START WIT
Returning to Victoria in 1856, Wills achieved Australia-wide stardom as a cricketer, captaining the Victorian team to repeated victories in intercolonial matches. He played for, and was secretary of the Melbourne Cricket Club, but his
larrikin streak and defections to rival clubs strained their relationship. In 1858 he called for the formation of a "foot-ball club" with a "code of laws" to keep cricketers fit during winter. After founding the Melbourne
Football Club in 1859, Wills co-wrote the first laws of Australian football. He and his cousin H. C. A. Harrison spearheaded the sport's development as captains, umpires and administrators.
In 1861, at the height of his fame, Wills joined his father on an eight-month trek into the Queensland outback to establish a family property. Two weeks after their arrival, Wills' father and 18 others were murdered in the largest
massacre of settlers by Aborigines in Australian history. Wills survived and resumed playing sport upon his return to Victoria in 1864, and in 1866–67, led an Aboriginal cricket team on an Australian tour as its captain-coach. In a
career marked by controversy, Wills challenged cricket's amateur-professional divide, and was frequently accused of bending sporting rules, sometimes to the point of cheating. An admitted "chucker", Wills was no-balled out of
major cricket in 1872. He failed in an 1876 comeback attempt, by which time he was considered a relic of a bygone era. His remaining years were characterised by social alienation, flights from creditors, and heavy drinking, likely as a
means of coping with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms that plagued him after the massacre. In 1880, suffering from delirium tremens, Wills committed suicide by stabbing himself in the heart.
LOOK WHO IS ON
THE BIG SCREEN.............CUSHMAN...
SOME LOSERS WON'T LEAVE UNLESS
THROWN ON A BOAT HEADED STRAIGHT TO
|U BECOME WHAT U EAT...OJ BROWN...GOLD...MAN THIS LOOKS WEIRD...
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M W factor..T. Will Rules
TRY IF U WILL...
WAIT FOR THE
LuV J. Mc.G...E
SAID THE 5th Co-Founder...
see any issues yet....other than racial gen???
little "WB" thrown in for a "BR" experience?
|e.g. evil genius...is NO GE...metricKs...metrics
CASKETS 2 CARS
ARE dEY THE SAME THING?
IF YA BUY EITHER A CASKET or A CAR...
DO U CONSIDER THE SAME STUFF???
CONSIDER....TIMING...1 can wait- 1 cannot...
CEO S CAN & WILL RESOLVE EVERYTHING
IN A MATTER OF TIME....TRUST IN GOD....
PRAY MORE FOR THOSE HARMED...
HAVE A GOD BLESSED DAY...KIDS..
|HIP & RUN....THE LENGTH MATTERS>>>>
RISE....RUN....SLOPE....HIPS RUN LINE....
THE PITCH IS COMMON IN RUN GAMES...
DB-X215S DUAL-CHANNEL (DC)
15-BAND EQUALIZER (BEq)
NOT AN ENDORSEMENT per se JUST AN EXAMPLE
|OWNERS...OWN...LUV ANI-OWNER OF IT...
AMERICAN NATIVE INDIAN...THE REAL 1....
EMPLOY 1 TODAY-- BY JHS MANAGEMENT
EXcuse MEwe...Just an EXample...nope...
How About the "leader of the future"...u c...
iWiLL ketchup wit cha later
sounds scary said mustarp
WRONG....MW FACTORIZED...bloodlines red
ANI OWNS EVERYTHING...
INCLUDING THE LAND U WALK ON...
HAVE A SEAT NOT A BOARD...OR
WISH YA DID...
THIS IS NOT YOUR LAND OR PROPERTY...
AND ANI IS NOT YOUR SLAVE---15 YEARS
OF OPPRESSION WILL END IN WW3 Racial
the clown was put back into the closet
with the costume, cards, and magazines...
no interest in PLAYDOUGHBOYS...nope...
stench in the wench
don't buy it..
something lies within...bad eggzz
STERLIZATION is not the same....
RACIALLY PROFILED &
DISPARATE TREATMENT...PRETTY CLEAR
RACIAL HATRED MOTIVATOR....AJ STYLED...
Andrew Jackson MD....................OJ repeater
recall-- OJ football QB...yep
ZIPPERS DON'T WORK IN
TIDAL WAVES or TSUNAMI
FCK U -- WW3 IS REAL CLOSE
TOD DAMNED THIS ENTIRE MESS...
$31 TRILLION MISSING TAX DOLLARS
SAYS IT WAS A TOTAL LOSER-FAILURE
ELVIS WAS AMERICAN NATIVE INDIAN...
MARKET SQUARE ARENA-- THE WoLF@door
LuV WoLF H. WoLFe
the creator of the subdivision Women Helpin'
Women....now becoming Neighbors Helping
Neighbors....soon-- the word HELP will mean
little...so when MAY DAY, MAY DAY, MAY DAY is
THE UGLIEST HOREW JUST DANCED ON THE FLOOR--
WOLVES-- TAKE THE WITCH TO THE MAT FLOOR-- NEAR THE
BACK DOOR-- NO ONE WILL RESPOND TO THE ALERTS....IN
FACT DRIVE THE OPPOSITE WAY TO AVOID THE SLUT WITH
GREEN STUFF RUNNING OUT OF THE HOLE...
IT IS NOT A GOLF HOLE...WORSE^^^
SORRY-- NO ONE CARES WHAT HAPPENS TO YA-- AND THIS IS
NOW YO' PROBLEM...oj
THE ONLY THING COMING IS PILES 4 MILES-- ROTTED SLUTZI
wolves eat everything in the
end-- no fking problem. britch
QUIT DRINKING-- AGE OLD LOSER...the gut.
THEN WILL CONSIDER CHANGING OUR
WAYS...BETTER or WORSE...
WoLF H. WoLFe
formerly Women Helping Women
until sexual-battery failure &
shelter swipe-- new low points
BR= Bed Ridden.............2 examples....Heart Shaped Box (e.g. Bed Ridden)
Hero-- The Plug Hero~Herion --pure form of braveness
(or stupidity-- or both)
truck'er unions-- Running Backs
heorY..............DiS ribution of
lie in it...rely in it
Bed Ridden (br)
H20 in thy eyes is still not dry...
LuV CuTiger lil'y.............
Golden Laden apples near PeacheS...
PREJUDICE IS SILENT...EXCLUSION is real
and tackling discrimination is more difficult
then sacking a QuarterBack....
1 Indian Left...The OWNers not served? Y?
INDIANS OWN EVERYTHING....
EVERY STATE JURY-DICTION...
PREJUDICE CARRIES FAR & WIDE...
PUT DEM-SMILES DOWN- MOOLAH
MAKING LITTLE REAL PROGRESS...
HOW IS THE WALL-ET DOING? TARP...
NO JOBS 4 INDIANS