William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 11-23-17
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Answer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.
John F. Kennedy
The immediate predecessors of John F. Kennedy (Dwight Eisenhower) and Abraham Lincoln (James Buchanan) retired to Pennsylvania.
William Lawrence Sr. Omnibit 11-22-17
William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 11-22-17
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Answer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: Science investigates; religion interprets. Science gives man knowledge which is power; religion gives man wisdom which is control.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Beethoven and Mozart wrote glass armonica music. Unlike bifocals, though, this invention by Benjamin Franklin did not have staying power.
William Lawrence Sr. Omnibit 11-21-17
Slavic Christmas Food Sale At HMB — Holy Myrrh-Bearers Eastern Catholic Church is having a Slavic Christmas Food Sale. Deadline for orders is Dec. 3 and pickup will be at the church, 900 Fairview Road, Swarthmore, Pa. 19081.
For sale are kielbasi, $10 for four links or $12 for a ring; meatless borscht for $8 per quart; ushki (mushroom dumplings), 8 per dozen; kutia, (boiled wheat, poppy seed, raisons and honey), $5 per half pint; mushroom gravy, $5 per pint; pierogies (potaot/cheese) $8 per dozen; and delicious pastry rolls at $15 per loaf with varieties being poppy seed, poppy seed-raison, walnut and apricot.
To order or for information call 610-544-1215 or email HBMChurc@verizon.net.
Slavic Christmas Food Sale At HMB
Franken Rose Photo Illustrates Establishment Corruption
These two buddies enjoying a joke (about women?) perfectly illustrate a big reason for this nation’s problems. A society can’t survive if it is based on lies.
Sen. Al Franken and newly unemployed commentator Charlie Rose for years have been setting social mores and controlling the information we have been receiving much of which was out-and-out falsehood. Matthew Shepard was murdered because he was gay? George W. Bush was a racist? Women make 77 cents on the dollar compared to men? Donald Trump colluded with the Russians?
Etc. etc. etc.
All were repeated as truths by the crowd to which these guys belonged and all were lies. One of Shepard’s murderers, it turns out, was a fellow drug dealer and occasional lover. Homophobia had nothing to do with it. Bush, of course, was governor when James Byrd’s murderers received the death penalty. And women make the same amount as men for the same job, workload and skill level.
And while there is no reason to think President Trump colluded with the Russians there is plenty of reason to think his cool-crowd-connected opponent did.
Of course, unless you get your info from alternative sources such as talk radio or independent websites, you are not going to know this.
And now it turns out that Franken and Rose and whole lot of others were self-centered pigs who were laughing up their sleeves at the truth for the last four decades.
Well, it paid well.
Franken Rose Photo Illustrates Establishment Corruption
William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 11-21-17
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Answer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: Plain words make the most ornamental sentences.
The Tang Dynasty abolished the death penalty way back in 747 A.D. It didn’t take. They restored it 12 years later.
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 11-20-17
Charles Manson Dies 45 Years Late — Charles Manson is dead and it’s 45 years too late.
I was eight years old in the summer of 1969 when the Manson cult killed nine innocent people. It horrified me and I’d put my fingers in my ears when the story was reported on the radio.
But as my understanding of the world then came from TV shows where the bad guys would be caught and justice done, I had faith that would happen.
And they did catch the bad guys.
Justice, though, was never done.
Manson and three of his followers — others would be convicted of other murders — were found guilty in 1971 and received the death penalty. The Supreme Court, however, bizarrely ruled the next year that the death penalty as it existed was unconstitutional and commuted all death sentences to life in prison.
And so Manson live to an old age with the cool crowd calling him a hero. Rolling Stone magazine, which hopefully soon goes the way of Manson, portrayed him as a visionary and expressed sympathy for him. Hippie underground newspapers named him Man of the Year. Chic radical Bernadine Dohrn expressed awe and admiration. Ms. Dohrn and her rapey husband Bill Ayers would go on to become Barack Obama’s mentors.
Pop singers adopt his name and his image can still be found on t-shirts.
I really am a fan of Pope Francis but he is dead wrong on the death penalty. The world — and America — would be exponentially better off if that piece of human debris kept his date with the gas chamber 45 years ago.
Charles Manson Dies 45 Years Late