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  • jt0008jt0008
    06.12.2021 - 12 hours ago

    #楼邋路线邋遢,到处两面人 【党的第一次全国代表大会是1921年召开的,这次会议首先是在上海的贝勒路树德里106号举行的(也就是我党第一次代表大会纪念馆馆址),这处房子就是李书城的】

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  • harrelltut
    06.12.2021 - 12 hours ago
    #quantumharrelltech #The Real 144000 #Praise God Hail Satan [ME] #1921 Black Wall Street Trillionaires in 2022 #DON'T CENSOR [D.C.] SATAN #I'LL CURSE YOU
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  • harrelltut
    06.12.2021 - 13 hours ago
    #quantumharrelltech #1921 Black Wall Street Trillionaires in 2022 #mankind need telescopes #no telescope needed #ENQI#ENKI
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  • ma-pi-ma
    05.12.2021 - 18 hours ago

    La mia stanza odora di foresta, arrossisce sempre prima al tramonto del sole.

    Il cuore delle pareti di sequoia si sta oscurando, la luce rifratta è fredda.

    La sera è rossa e vecchia come uno spettro di ferro.

    Eeva-Liisa Manner, da Così le stagioni sono cambiate, 1964

    #eeva-liisa manner #5 dicembre 1921 #7 luglio 1995
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  • myhiddenagendablog
    05.12.2021 - 21 hours ago

    10 Black Owned Stocks To Invest Into In 2020

    10 Black Owned Stocks To Invest Into In 2020

    American Shared Hospital Services (AMS)- lease radiosurgery and radiationAxsome Therapeutics (AXSM)- a biopharmaceutical companyIndustrial Bank (IWBC)-historic Black owned bank based in Washington, D.CM & F Bank (MFBP)-The Mechanics & Farmers Bank was founded in 1907 in NC.Citizens Bank (CZBS)-headquartered in Atlanta, since 1921.Broadway Federal Bank (BYFC)-Los Angeles, CACarver Bank (CARV )New…

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    #black owned stocks #juneteenth #riot of 1921
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  • coldcoldlampin
    04.12.2021 - 1 day ago
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  • yungcrybby-anonymousbosch666
    03.12.2021 - 2 days ago

    contemporary newspaper accounts of the 1921 massacre and articles published after pertaining to the property disputes (they were trying to prevent the victims from rebuilding) are so mindblowingly racist that they are the greatest piece of evidence for intentional mass murder. the contempt for victims was off the charts. One woman wrote to the Tulsa World "give the niggers food, clothes and jobs while white people struggle to pay their mortgage." She had not been burned out of her house and all of her worldly possessions had not been stolen. But her point was clear. Even after great destruction, black victims were owed nothing.

    4,300 families became houseless and were interned at the fairgrounds. Survivors were marched through the streets of Tulsa under armed guard. They needed a white employer to "vouch" for them in order for victims to get a badge that they were to wear at all times. That was the only way they could be released back into the city to the ruins of their district where they lived in tent cities well into winter.

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  • frankentyner
    03.12.2021 - 3 days ago
    #the crew#at#tree lighting#and#centennial celebration#in #royal oak michigan #horse drawn trolly ride!!!! #charlie chaplin#the kid#1921 #royal oak farmer's market #royal oak city hall #royal oak library
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  • harrelltut
    02.12.2021 - 4 days ago
    #quantumharrelltech#Jimi Hendrix #I Never Die #1921 Black Wall Street Trillionaires in 2022 #AUTONOMOUS Dynasty [A.D.] Laws
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  • harrelltut
    02.12.2021 - 4 days ago
    #Jimi Afterlife Hendrix [JAH] #Machine Gun#1970#Norman Oklahoma #1921 Black Wall Street Trillionaires in 2022 #I NEVER DIE
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  • 100yearoldcomics
    01.12.2021 - 4 days ago

    December 1, 1921 Harold Teen by Carl Ed: "The Great Sacrifice"

    [Harold stands in the dining room and argues with his mother.] Mrs. Teen: Twenty-five dollars for one Christmas present. You must be out of your mind, Harold! Harold: Heck! You'd think I was still a child!

    [Behind a fence, Harold talks to his friend Buck.] Harold: Buck! I'm down in the dumps. I don't see how I'm gonna raise $25 to buy Lillums as good a Christmas present as Tubby's gonna buy her! Buck: Why not get a job in a department store, helping out during the Xmas rush, after school hours and Saturdays!

    [Harold is interviewed by a school-marm-looking woman behind a desk.] Boss: You will report on Saturday, to Mr. Hobbs. Your salary will be ten dollars per week! Harold: Yes'm.

    [Later that night, Harold serenades "A VERY RECENT PHOTO OF LILLUMS" "SOFTLY AND TENDERLY" under the light of a lamp while he sits in an armchair.] Harold: Little girl! Little girl! I am doing all this for you.

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  • 100yearoldcomics
    01.12.2021 - 4 days ago

    December 1, 1921 Gasoline Alley by Frank King: "Walt Has Lots of Advice"

    [Walt Wallet sits in a rocking chair, slowly folding a large piece of paper while baby Skeezix sits on the floor, playing with a teddy bear.] Walt: Skeezix, R.F.B. suggests if I can't name you after my car, name you after part of it and call you Axel! And P.G. says Valentine, as you came on Valentine's Day.

    Walt: Make it Moses Ulysses, says Mrs. S.M.S. He's a foundling and a great traveler! And H.D.B. ventures Galley as suggestive of Gasoline Alley.

    Walt: Margaret F.S. oserves that if I name you Walt, I'll be father, mother, uncle and godfather all rolled into one.

    [Walt finishes folding a paper hat for Skeezix. He wears it, happily.] Walt: And L.V.K. says, you found him, didn't you? Call him Eureka!

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  • 100yearoldcomics
    01.12.2021 - 4 days ago

    December 1, 1921 Mutt and Jeff by Bud Fisher: "You Gotta Hand It to Jeff, He's a Modest Little Chap"

    [Mutt spies a sign outside a theater which reads: "TODAY: 'UP-TO-THE-SECOND" NEWS REEL OF THE ARMS CONFERENCE CONGRESS. EXCLUSIVE PICTURE OF THE MASTER MIND."] Mutt: Jeff, here's just the picture I'm dying to see! I've got the price, come on! Jeff: Aw, that stuff bores me, Mutt! Let's go over and shoot a game of pool!

    [In the theater, Mutt and Jeff watch footage of President Warren G. Harding.] Mutt: This is the reel! There's the president! Wish I could get a job as his chauffeur! Jeff: A fine president, I calls him!

    [A black interstitial card now: THE MASTER MIND OF THE ARMS CONFERENCE FILMED AS HE WAS LEAVING THE WHITE HOUSE. EXCLUSIVE PHOTO.] Mutt: Here's the man the world is raving about! I'm crazy to see who he is! Jeff: ?

    [The screen reveals that the mastermind of the disarmament conference was none other than Jeff, as he jauntily walks out of the White House.] Mutt: What th'-? Jeff: Tee hee!

    [As the Jeff on screen doffs his hat, the real one lies underneath with a black eye, rubbing his head in pain. Mutt walks off, having just socked him. The rest of the audience stands watching, confused.]

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  • 100yearoldcomics
    01.12.2021 - 4 days ago

    December 1, 1921 Thimble Theater by E.C. Segar: "All Warmed Up"

    [Harold Hamgravy sits, contented, on his footstool in front of a radiator. He reads the paper.] Hamgravy: Well, what's gonna happen. I'm getting some heat in this room.

    [He stands up.] Hamgravy: This is the first time there's been any heat this winter.

    [He lights a cigarette in a long holder.] Hamgravy: I guess the janitor's conscience is hurting him, and he's trying to make up for lost time.

    [He sits back down on his footstool.] Hamgravy: By golly, this is great. It's getting warmer all the time.

    [A fireman pops his head in the window, carrying in wafts of smoke. He holds a dripping hose in his left hand.] Fireman: Hey, you dumbbell, the house is on fire!!! [Hamgravy is knocked backwards off his footstool and his cigarette goes flying.]

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  • 100yearoldcomics
    01.12.2021 - 4 days ago

    December 1, 1921 Bringing Up Father by George McManus

    [Jiggs sleeps soundly in an armchair, his stocking feet raised up on a table. Above him is a cloud with old Father Time inside, holding a sickle and watching the sand pour in an hourglass. An arrow labels this as "DENOTES ELAPSING OF TIME".]

    [Jiggs wakes up, stretches and yawns.] Jiggs: Ho-hum! I had a little nap. I wonder what time it is. I've got a date with Dinty this evening!

    [The maid walks in as Jiggs stands up from his chair.] Jiggs: Git me coat, maid, I'm going out this evenin'. Maid: At this hour?

    Jiggs: How long wuz I asleep? Maid: Six hours. It's one A.M. now.

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  • 100yearoldcomics
    01.12.2021 - 4 days ago

    December 1, 1921 Krazy Kat by George Herriman: "Krazy Was Right"

    [Krazy stands in the middle of the road, both hands clasping a tire's inner tube.] Krazy Kat: Golla.

    [Ignatz walks in.] Krazy: H'loi, "Ignatz." Ignatz: How.

    Ignatz: What's the idea, fool? Krazy: I gotta hold it.

    Ignatz: Well, get away from it.

    [Krazy walks off, exposing a hole in the tire that sprays air in Ignatz's face with a PFF.] Krazy: As you wish it.

    [Ignatz ZIPs the deflated inner tube at the back of Krazy's head. It lands with a PLUP.]

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  • 100yearoldcomics
    01.12.2021 - 4 days ago

    December 1, 1921 Our Boarding House by Gene Ahern

    "Henpeck" Harris is between two fires. [While Harris' wife looks on disapprovingly, an attractive young lady straightens his tie.] Lady: Oh, Mr. Harris. Do let me straighten your tie. Gracious! And you are always so exact about your appearance! Did you try to put it on without the aid of a mirror, or did Mrs. Harris tie it? Mrs. Harris: AHEM! Mr. Harris is quite capable of taking care of his personal defects himself, Miss Fisher!! Alexander, come away from that woman this instant, and get that silly look off your face! Alexander "Henpeck" Harris: Oh, ah, mm. Quite right, m'dear! Boarder: 'At boy is a matrimony martyr. Wedding bells sound like a railroad crossing to him now!

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  • 100yearoldcomics
    01.12.2021 - 4 days ago

    December 1, 1921 $alesman $am by George "Swan" Swanson

    [Sam peers over the counter at a short kid on the other side. We cannot see the kid yet - instead, we see the contents of the glass counter display case, including a pair of pliers labeled "SURE CURE FOR TOOTH ACHE"] Kid: Do you sell medicine for measles? Sam: Sure, have you got 'em?

    [Sam crouches down worryingly close to the face of a small child infected with measles.] Kid: Yeah, an' I can keep my mouth shut too. Sam: Keep your mouth shut, whadda'ye mean?

    Kid: Aw, get wise, get wise. Sam: ????????????

    Kid: How much'll you give me to keep on going to school and give 'em to the rest o' the kids? [The punchline sends Sam reeling behind the counter and disturbs all the products in the case, too.]

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  • 100yearoldcomics
    01.12.2021 - 4 days ago

    December 1, 1921 The Outbursts of Everett True by A.D. Condo

    As a child whose best friend was a book, who cringed through every read-aloud session in English class, I really sympathize with Everett here. I really do.

    [Everett sits in a smoking room with a group of men, all sitting in plush armchairs. Jackson, the man to Everett's right, reads his newspaper loudly.] Jackson: Har! Har! Har! Here's a good one, Everett! Listen to this one.

    [Everett snatches the man's newspaper and rips it out of his hands.] Everett: Give the paper to me, Jackson, and let me read it!! I've heard you before! If it's a good one it won't be ruined by you stumbling through it repeating every other sentence a couple of times and mispronouncing all the words of more than one syllable!!!

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