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Meister Eckehart

Bart Johnson, Sr., It’s My Party and I’ll Cry If I Want To, 1260 Meister Eckehart was born about the year 1260, a crucial period in the making of Germany: enormous natural catastrophes accentuated the social need, the ‘black death’ … Continue reading

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Book ‘Em, Dano

Police questioned schoolkids about brownies, name-calling, a zombie drawing Citizens! You can sleep sound in your beds tonight knowing that the police are on the job round the clock at local elementary schools making certain that kids using politically incorrect … Continue reading

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Thomas Couture, Decadence of the Romans, 1847 USA by Michael Hartnett They who were once proud of their persuasion now in their declining jaws grow small bones, their teeth grow huge, their skins turn yellow and crack. They are slowly … Continue reading

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