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Alex Jones on Judgement Day (May 21, 2011)


Caleb’s Pictures – Justice Alito Was Right – Justice Alito Was Right

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The Christmas Truce: The day the fighting stopped-and a soccer game broke out

Christmas Day 1914 saw millions of young men facing each other in a double line of trenches several hundred yards apart that snaked hundreds of miles across Europe. These soldiers had seen some desperate fighting in the opening months of World War I, and plenty more lay ahead.

But on this particular day, peace seemed to break out all over.

In violation of orders, British and German soldiers climbed out of their trenches waving flags of truce and made their way into no-man’s-land to celebrate Christmas with their enemies. Leaving the horror of war behind for one day, they shared Christmas pudding and belted out songs together. They exchanged toasts and traded cigarettes and food. “Most peculiar Christmas I’ve ever spent, and ever likely to” scribbled one British soldier in his diary.

In one place along the line, German soldiers from Saxony were fraternizing with Scottish Highlanders when one of the Scots brought out a soccer ball. A few minutes later a full-fledged game was under way on the frozen turf of no-man’s-land. Men who had been trying to kill each other just the day before played enthusiastically for more than an hour.

A German lieutenant, Johannes Niemann, wrote home about the game: “We Germans really roared when a gust of wind revealed that the Scots wore no drawers under their kilts. The game finished with a score of three goals to two in favor of Friz against Tommy.”

The next day, the impromptu truce ended as quickly as it began . . . and the men who had celebrated together returned to the ugly job of killing each other.

an excerpt from The Greatest War Stories Never Told

See here to read a more detail account of the above excerpt or here to see an entire book written on the event.

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Seven Daily Routines That Can Cost You Big

I thought this article was interesting, especially number two. I always get on people about 2. Number six is pretty good too.

  1. Tossing out the “junk mail” from your credit card company.
  2. Using a debit card without writing down the transactions in your account register.
  3. Ignoring new bank charges.
  4. Investing time in the wrong things.
  5. Spending with no goals to guide you.
  6. Failing to track spending.
  7. Failing to exercise.

It’s A Boy

BABY BOY_2The new addition is now a boy. My how things change.

New Addition

Carley Annika Susanna Esposito

Carley Annika Susanna Esposito

I am pleased to announce the coming arrival of a new Espo into the world. FEWW! I don’t think I’ll get through the whole alphabet.