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Friday, December 24, 2010
"This store, they just let everyone bum rush and act like crazy animals. And then everybody has to pay," Lauire Martinez said.
See, it's the store's fault, not the shoppers! Pigs.
No. There's a little more to the story:
“The Jews, as a class violating every regulation of trade… are hereby expelled from the department within twenty-four hours from the receipt of this order.”
When: 6:00 pm on Saturday, January 22, 2011
Where: King’s Restaurant on US 70 East Kinston, NC
Our guest speaker this year will be Billy Yeargin, Professor of Southern Culture at Duke University and entertainment will be provided by Worth Mason and the Carteret Grays.
The meal will be buffet with beverage, tax and gratuity included in the price of $15.00 per person. You may reserve your place at this event by sending a check to reach us by January 18th made out to Allen Aycock and Notated on the bottom “Lee & Jackson Banquet” to:
1128 Aycock Dairy Farm Road,
Fremont, NC 27830
"North of the border as the War Between the States wound down Confederate soldiers commanded by Missouri General J. O. Shelby joined the fight against Juarez. His “Iron Bridge” was welcomed by the Mexican people who were trying to throw off the oppressive anti-Christian government of Benito Juarez. The Confederates fought the Juaristas continuing the battle against those who sought to centralize government and diminish the Judeo-Christian worldview."
"A bantam weight young black guy suddenly launched himself at me from two bunks away. How he managed the leap, I will never know, but one minute he was sitting there and the next, he had flown 10 feet or so and his hands were clamped around my throat, thumbs pressing dangerously against my larynx. The impact had knocked me backwards off the bunk and we were lying on the floor, me trying to fathom what had just happened, him trying mightily to kill me for dissing the Confederate flag."