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Salem (Season-03)

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Set in the volatile world of 17th century Massachusetts, ‘Salem’ explores what really fueled the town’s infamous witch trials and dares to uncover the dark, supernatural truth hiding behind the veil of this infamous period in American history. In Salem, witches are real, but they are not who or what they seem.

Happy Birthday, John Milton

The mind is its own place, and in it self

Can make a Heav'n of Hell, a Hell of Heav'n.

-John Milton was born on this day, in 1608. In these famous lines, from the epic poem Paradise Lost, Milton charts the fall of humanity — and the very real heaven and hell, contained in our own minds.

Image Credit: “Portrait of John Milton” by Sir Godfrey Kneller (1690), Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

HAMILTON BOOTLEG!!!
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Inspired by your comic on IG about Alex being scaredish of Trump

Sorry if this is bad


Date nov 9 2016

John Laurens walked into Mr. Washington’s classroom crying, late, with a bruise on his arm.
“John, are you okay?” asks Mr. Washington worried as he says, all of John’s friends looking worried.
“No,” he cries and explained that his dad voted for the evil Mr. Trump.
“He wouldnt want you, Mr. Washington. Or Alex and Laf ‘cause theyre im-a-grants. Or pretty much anyone. Not even me,” he finished up in tears.
“Its okay,” Mr. Washington consoles him.
“But, Mr. Wash-ton? Why wouldn’t he want me or Angie or Liza? Or anyone?” Peggy pipes up.
“Because he thinks we’re bad and we’re not. We’ll be okay,” Mr. Washington explains, “Because of Alex, Thomas, Aaron, James, Herc, and Laf’s nationalities. The Schuylers are girls, but theres nothing wrong with any of you…and uh John, what about you?”
“I like Alex,” he mumbles.


Which reminds me, I should probably put that comic up here too.

Don’t tune out, cop out or drop out. Don’t give in to complacency and cynicism. Don’t ignore what is bad, but concentrate on building what is good. Don’t take America and the values reflected in our form of government for granted. And never forget that in our democracy, the government is not `them’ – it is `us.
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John Glenn (1921 - 2016)