jazz day!

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I need more Baze and Chirrut origin stories asap please and thank you

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it’s been less than 48 hours and i blame our viking cleric MER

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Oakland Tribune, California, November 19, 1922

I admit there are some who carry jazzing too far. BUT WHY BLAME JAZZING? IF THEY WERE NOT CARRYING THAT TOO FAR, THEY WOULD BE CARRYING SOMETHING ELSE TOO FAR. THE FACT THAT SOME HALF-WITTED BOOB TRIED TO SWALLOW A CARVING KNIFE WOULD NOT BE SUFFICIENT REASON FOR DOING AWAY WITH CARVING KNIVES.

It was terribly cold, yet terribly beautiful outside. So I decided to come out and play a ballad. 

This is from our recent tour stop in Wilmington Delaware! Come out to see the Drumline Live tour if we’re in your city…tickets and tour dates available on line

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Women that have made history (and their signs)

Aries: Billie Holiday (African American jazz musician)

Taurus: Sandra Day O’Connor (first woman appointed to the United States Supreme Court)

Gemini: Chien Shiung Wu (Chinese American nuclear physicist that contributed to the Manhattan Project and is often recognized as the First Lady of Physics)

Cancer: Frida Kahlo (Mexican painter known for her powerful self-portraits and artwork)

Leo: Amelia Earhart (first female pilot to fly across the Atlantic Ocean solo)

Virgo: Mother Teresa (20th Century symbol of humanitarianism known for her charity work and dedication to the Catholic Church)

Libra: Eleanor Roosevelt (changed the role of the First Lady as an activist, politician, and diplomat)

Scorpio: Elizabeth Cady Stanton (early leader of the women’s rights movement and writer of the Declaration of Sentiments)

Sagittarius: Emily Dickinson (revolutionized the world of poetry with her unique and unconventional writing style)

Capricorn: Zora Neale Hurston (African American novelist and anthropologist that gained notoriety during the Harlem Renaissance)

Aquarius: Corazon Aquino (first female president not only in the Philippines but in all of Asia as well)

Pisces: Kate Sheppard (appears on New Zealand’s 10 dollar note as a result of being the country’s most famous suffragette)