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Sword Art Online - Extra Edition (720p/1080p Blu-ray eng dub MP4)

Recaps the events of the original Sword Art Online anime, told in retrospect by the series characters and features new footage.

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– Sword Art Online: Extra Edition Special… 47 more words

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John Ivison: Tories should move site of 'brutalist' anti-communism memorial — but they won't

A stroll west from the Capitol building in Washington, D.C., is a tutorial in American history — its monuments and memorials tell of its heroes, its victories and even its defeats, from Washington, through the Second World War, to Martin Luther King; from Korea and Vietnam to Lincoln. 738 more words

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Sword Art Online - Extra Edition (720p/1080p Blu-ray 8bit AAC MP4)

Recaps the events of the original Sword Art Online anime, told in retrospect by the series characters and features new footage.

Includes:
– Sword Art Online: Extra Edition Special… 48 more words

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The End of Freedom in America, by Alan Caruba
Accuracy in Media, AIM.org, February 26, 2015

The America that has existed from the days of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, when its sovereignty was acknowledged by a treaty with England 1783, and its founding in 1788 with the ratification of the Constitution is no more. 357 more words

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Fricking Commie sympathizers

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Three Liberal MPs want the planned site for a victims of communism monument changed, joining a growing list of opponents to the downtown Ottawa site.

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Radical Feminism, Radicalizing Women's?

Feminism Is a Hate Group

When some of the most prominent feminists and famous women make openly hateful anti-male statements, and the mainstream feminist organizations say and do nothing to distance themselves from such public statements, then it’s clear that the hatred of men has an accepted place in mainstream feminism. 1,185 more words

Dialogue with Ionescu. Eugene Ionesco.

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Do you know the “Rhinoceros”? That amazing play written by Ionesco?

The short version would be that in a French little town you have this public servant (Berenger) who is out trying to enjoy a drink (Pernod, if memory serves me right) in the afternoon with his colleague at a café; as they’re sitting at their table they’re disturbed by the sight of a rhinoceros! 404 more words

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