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Friday, July 31, 2009

Recent columns in The Tentacle by Kevin Dayhoff





Recent columns in The Tentacle by Kevin Dayhoff
Biography

http://www.thetentacle.com/author.cfm?MyAuthor=41 http://tinyurl.com/8vjaaq

July 29, 2009
Black and blue and stupid, too
Kevin E. Dayhoff
On Thursday afternoon, July 16, the otherwise peaceful and stately Ware Street in Cambridge, MA, within shouting distance of Harvard University, became the latest ground zero for a debate over race relations in our country.

July 22, 2009
The Ironies of Empathy
Kevin E. Dayhoff
As last week’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on the nomination of Judge Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court quickly becomes a distant summer memory, the ranking Republican member, Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions assured that the nomination will get a full Senate vote on her confirmation before the Senate goes on recess August 7.

July 15, 2009
Remembering the Sacrifice of Vietnam
Kevin E. Dayhoff
On Saturday, at 1 P.M., members of the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Air Cavalry Troop – the Black Horse Regiment, from all over the country – will pause to remember the fallen from the Vietnam War at the Carroll County Vietnam Memorial Park at Willis and Court Streets in Westminster. The public is invited.

July 8, 2009
Palin Derangement Syndrome
Kevin E. Dayhoff
Last Friday the liberal hate machine gasped in collective horror at the very idea that Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin may not be around in the foreseeable future and be the object of anger looking for a safe victim.

July 1, 2009
Zelaya has left the building
Kevin E. Dayhoff
Early Sunday morning four units, consisting of 200 soldiers of the military in Honduras, stormed the presidential palace in the capitol, Tegucigalpa, at 6, arrested and bundled-up their pajama-clad president, Manuel Zelaya, and carted him off to the airport and flew him to Costa Rica.

June 24, 2009
Irony Deficient
Kevin E. Dayhoff
Half-way across the globe on June 12, the volatile and enigmatic theocratic nation of Iran held elections in which the Iranian government counted 32 million hand-written paper ballots in about three hours and declared the incumbent president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad victorious.

June 17, 2009
The fall'll probably kill ya!
Kevin E. Dayhoff
On Monday, the ever-perpetual campaigner in chief, President Barack Obama, took his health care reform road show to Chicago for a 55-minute speech before the American Medical Association’s annual convention.

June 10, 2009
Obamamobile hits a bump
Kevin E. Dayhoff
With the checkered flag in sight, late last Monday afternoon, with only minutes to spare before the 4 o’clock deadline set by Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg caused the fast-tracked Obama economic recovery plan for Chrysler – and GM - to hit a speed bump.

June 3, 2009
Sotomayor – Break Her and You Die
Kevin E. Dayhoff
At 10:13 A.M. on May 26, President Barack Obama introduced to a breathless nation, a fawning audience, and a mesmerized press, his selection to replace retiring U. S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter – Judge Sonia Sotomayor of the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit of New York.
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News Reporter eaten alive

News Reporter eaten alive

July 31, 2009

Hat Tip: Gawker A Decade of Truth From the Weekly World News: via my blog at http://kevindayhoff.tumblr.com/ - or rather Jamie Kelly's blog at: jamiek

(Click here for a larger image)

Caption contest: New Reporter eaten alive by 80-foot Dinosaur.

I can immediately come up with several captions, such as – oh, well, ah, nevermind.

How about you? Any ideas as to a caption for this?

20090731 sdosm fb twitpic News Reporter eaten alive

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Kevin Dayhoff: http://www.westgov.net/ Westminster Maryland Online http://www.westminstermarylandonline.net/ http://kevindayhoffwestgov-net.blogspot.com/



Carrie Ann Knauer's Carroll County 4-H FFA Fair Blog



Retrieved July 30, 2009
In the file photo above from August 1, 2006, Carrie Ann Knauer works away on a story at the Carroll County 4-H FFA Fair. (For a larger image, click here)
July 30: Being a senior for an afternoon

July 29: From cakes to the Wild, Wild West

Thursday, July 30, 2009 9:01 PM EDT

July 29: Cake! Cake! Cake!
Wednesday, July 29, 2009 8:21 AM EDT

July 28: Newsflash: the Children have Gone Wild
Tuesday, July 28, 2009 1:16 PM EDT

July 28: Looking ahead at Tuesday’s fair events
Tuesday, July 28, 2009 8:42 AM EDT

July 27: Meeting youths from two extremes of 4-H
Monday, July 27, 2009 5:56 PM EDT

July 27: Well-rounded day ahead at the fair
Monday, July 27, 2009 9:06 AM EDT

July 26: Sunday traditions at fair
Monday, July 27, 2009 9:46 AM EDT

July 25: Excitement at opening day of fair
Saturday, July 25, 2009 11:13 AM EDT

Even more…
Ready to see sights, sounds and faces at fair
Friday, July 24, 2009 12:51 PM EDT

20090730 Carrie Ann Knauer's Carroll County 4-H FFA Fair Blog
http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/talk/4h/
kevindayhoffhttp://twitpic.com/c8bge In this Aug 1 2006 file photo Carrie Knauer works at the CC 4H FFA Fair http://tinyurl.com/nflwo2

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Carroll County 4H FFA Fair: “The Conversation”

Carroll County 4H FFA Fair: “The Conversation”


July 30, 2005 - July 30, 2009

Carroll County Agriculture Center Board members stop for a quick conversation during the week of the Carroll County 4-H FFA Fair – four years ago - on July 30, 2005

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To see the July 2009 Carroll County 4-H Fair Schedule go here: JY2009 Carroll County Md 4-H and FFA Fair Schedule http://tinyurl.com/m94c9t

For Fair coverage over the years, go here: 4H Carroll Co 4H FFA Fair

For 2009 Fair coverage go here: 4H Carroll Co 4H FFA Fair 2009

Check out Carroll County Times staff writer Carrie Ann Knauer’s fair blog at www.carrollcountytimes.com/talk/4h.

(20070730b3_Cowmania: http://twitpic.com/c7b9e)

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20050730 sdosm CCFair July 30 2005 The Conversation

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http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2009/07/carroll-county-4h-ffa-fair-conversation.html http://tinyurl.com/ntat7j
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Kevin Dayhoff Art: http://www.kevindayhoff.com/ (http://kevindayhoffart.blogspot.com/) http://www.kevindayhoffart.com/ New Bedford Herald: http://kbetrue.livejournal.com/

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Recent Explore Carroll articles and columns by Kevin Dayhoff





Recent Explore Carroll articles and columns by Kevin Dayhoff

And a letter to the editor in which I was mentioned…

High winds in Sykesville might not be a twister
Published July 27, 2009 by Carroll Eagle, Eldersburg Eagle
SYKESVILLE — Strong winds whipped through Carroll County’s rolling hills Sunday evening was enough to cause damage to homes, but the National Weather Service says that it did not appear to be a tornado. The storm downed trees and power lines, damaged cars ... ...

Lighting the faces of children, and a dark day for taxation
Published July 26, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... of state and national government, we may be feeling "very blue over the outcome" for many years. When he is not feeling blue over taxes, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at kevindayhoff AT gmail.com, or visit him at http://www.westminstermarylandonline.net/. ...

Hoby Wolf advocates for things the county has already done
Published July 26, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... on this project. They have. On Feb. 26, 2007, Commissioner Michael Zimmer visited Harford County's facility (along with Eagle columnist Kevin Dayhoff.) Then, the board traveled to York, Pa., on April 30, 2007, to view that operation. They have also been to ... ...

Westminster council meeting details city improvements and comprehensive plan
Published July 25, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... for the annual Christmas parade. With that, council president Damian Halstad gaveled the meeting to a close and folks quickly paraded out the door.

Jackson's death created a wave of empathy in Westminster
Published July 19, 2009 by Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle
... our citizens on hearing the mournful intelligence of Jackson's death ..." When he is not listening to the music of the "Jackson 5," Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at kevindayhoff AT gmail.com, or visit him at http://www.westminstermarylandonline.net/....

Hampstead man arrested for setting Greens Apartments fire
Published July 13, 2009 by Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle
damage is estimated at $450,000, according to fire marshals. Kevin Dayhoff contributed to this report....

DAYHOFF: 11th Air Cavalry Troop memorial recalls service of Carroll natives
Published July 11, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... to help honor these men and their families, as well those others named on the memorial who paid so dearly in the service of their community and nation.

Bringing Corbit's Charge, and Douglass, back to Westminster
Published July 5, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... for his age," Crutcher responded that Douglass has "rested a lot" over the years. When he's not traveling back in time to the 1800s…

DAYHOFF: Margaret Mitchell wrote what she knew; the rest is gone with the wind
Published July 2, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... And that is all I know for right now. Hope you and your family have a great Fourth of July weekend.

Westminster was all abuzz for the great fly roundup of 1914
Published June 28, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... reminds me that it was Groucho Marx who once said, "Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana." When he is not swatting flies…visit him at http://www.westminstermarylandonline.net/....


DAYHOFF: Hoffa Field and the Sheathing of the Sword
Published June 23, 2009 by Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle
... . Lightner and the June 1922 American Sentinel newspaper article have left us with an extensive and fascinating account of the “The Sheathing of the Sword.”

'Year without summer' killed crops ... and created a monster
Published June 21, 2009 by Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle
... village folk that it's not a bad idea to keep a torch handy on these cool summer nights. When he is not playing with laboratory-harnessed lightning…

Historic Blue Ridge College bell dedicated In Union Bridge
Published June 20, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
UNION BRIDGE — Several hundred folks braved threatening weather June 20 to witness the unveiling and dedication of the historic 1900 Blue Ridge College bell in Lehigh Square, the original site of the college which had thrived in Union Bridge from 1898 to ... ...

When city got 'sole' in the 1920s, it was cause for a celebration
Published June 14, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... be the guest speaker. There will be a retirement ceremony for worn flags. Guests may bring old flags for retirement. When he is not waving the flag…

Remember when you could walk to work in Westminster?
Published June 7, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
When he's not on a "walk-about" in Westminster…

Company H: from the Frizellburg greenhouses to the sands of Omaha Beach
Published June 3, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... (have) come a long way from the old parade field in Frizellburg.” Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster.

Dayhoff: New councilmember tackles alleged hit and run driver
Published June 1, 2009 by Westminster Eagle, Carroll Eagle
... Westminster city police arrived and took control of the situation The accident is under investigation. All in a day’s work. Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster.

In 1925, planting the seeds of employment, production
Published May 31, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
When he's not roaming the streets of historic Westminster looking for old factories…

Celebration of memory and change
Published May 26, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
This year’s Westminster Memorial Day ceremonies witnessed many changes over the past — although the solemn tradition of 142 years continued. On Memorial Day the normal hustle and bustle of downtown Westminster paused to remember fallen veterans, and ... ...

Dayhoff: Maryland National Guard Company H, had its beginnings in the flower business
Published May 22, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... We are deeply indebted to those who fought and died to give us the unalienable right to live free and cherish liberty in the pursuit of happiness. Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster.

20090728 Recent Explore Carroll articles columns by KED


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July 30 1890 Construction of the Library of Congress

July 30 1890 Construction of the Library of Congress

http://tinyurl.com/mkzsuv

http://memory.loc.gov/

Library of Congress

Item Title
Construction of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., July 30, 1890.

Created/Published
1890 July 30.

Notes
Source unknown.

Subjects
Building construction.
Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building (Washington, D.C.)
Panoramic photographs.
Cyanotypes.
United States--District of Columbia--Washington (D.C.)

Related Names
Handy, Levin C. (Levin Corbin), 1855-1932, photographer.

Medium
1 photographic print : cyanotype ; 9 x 32 in.

Call Number
LOT 12042-1 no. 8

SPECIAL TERMS OF USE
No known restrictions on publication.

Part of
Panoramic photographs (Library of Congress)

Repository
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA

Digital ID
(
digital file from intermediary roll film copy) pan 6a36140 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pan.6a36140

18900730 sdosm Construction of Lib of Congress

US Govt Federal Lib of Congress, US st Washington DC, History This Day in History, History photos,

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Saara - Südame hääl (singel 2009)

Saara - Südame hääl (singel 2009)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2vnSpMUYwc



Muusika: Rhys Fulber & Heiti Mangmann
Sõnad: Saara Kadak

Hoiad kinni veel eilsest?
Surub alla see sind.
Vabasta ja sa näed,
suudad edasi minna.

Kui näed miski sul ees on,
võta vabadus minna
Avasta, näed siis
õige tegu see oli.

Tihti puruned seest sa,
tea õnn on eluviis.
Eesmärk pole see
astu edasi sa.
Astu

Peegel näitab sind vaid nii,
kuidas mõtted on peas
Luba vaid, avastad
endas uue külje.

Läinud aeg see on eilne
tunned surub sind alla.
Oota veel, kuula siis
see on südamehääl.
Hääl

Läinud aeg see on eilne
tunned surub sind alla.
Oota veel, kuula siis
see on südamehääl.
Hääl

Läinud aeg see on eilne
tunned surub sind alla.
Oota veel, kuula siis
see on südamehääl.
Hääl

Läinud aeg see on eilne
tunned surub sind alla.
Oota veel, kuula siis
see on südamehääl.
Hääl

20090728 sdosm Saara Südame hääl
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Kevin Dayhoff: http://www.westgov.net/ Westminster Maryland Online http://www.westminstermarylandonline.net/ http://kevindayhoffwestgov-net.blogspot.com/


Lighting the faces of children, and a dark day for taxation

Lighting the faces of children, and a dark day for taxation

July 11, 1947 Westminster Lions Club presented Westminster Playground Lights and It was only a little over 60 years ago that Maryland first implemented a sales tax -- on July 1, 1947. http://tinyurl.com/krhy3h

EAGLE ARCHIVE By Kevin Dayhoff Posted on http://www.explorecarroll.com/ 7/26/09

http://explorecarroll.com/community/3217/lighting-faces-children-dark-day-taxation/ http://tinyurl.com/krhy3h

If there's anything that jumps out for an historian in any review of old newspaper articles, it's the age-old cliche that the more things change, the more they stay the same.

Such a dynamic is certainly the case when one examines the events of July in Carroll County history.

At the last meeting of the mayor and Westminster Common Council, Ron Schroers, director of recreation and parks for the city, made presentations about service groups contributing to the city.

More than 60 years ago the July 11, 1947, edition of the now-defunct Democratic Advocate carried an article with much of same news.

It reported that the Westminster Lions Club had presented the mayor and council with their "latest improvement" to the Westminster playground — lights.

[…]

In other news from the 1940s, taxes were, of course, just as controversial then as they are today.

It was only a little over 60 years ago that Maryland first implemented a sales tax -- on July 1, 1947.

Read the entire article here: Lighting the faces of children, and a dark day for taxation

EAGLE ARCHIVE By Kevin Dayhoff Posted on http://www.explorecarroll.com/ 7/26/09

http://explorecarroll.com/community/3217/lighting-faces-children-dark-day-taxation/ http://tinyurl.com/krhy3h

20090726 SCE Lighting faces children dark day taxation sceked
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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Alexis de Tocqueville and Charles Carroll of Carrollton


Alexis de Tocqueville and Charles Carroll of Carrollton

July 29 2009 by Kevin Dayhoff http://tinyurl.com/lyt9pw

Today is the birthday of a famous French aristocrat, Alexis de Tocqueville, who published in 1835 what many historians to this day, consider to be the foremost classic analysis of American culture, society, and government, “Democracy in America.”

To see a copy of “Democracy in America,” go here: http://xroads.virginia.edu/~HYPER/DETOC/home.html; or here: http://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/t/tocqueville/alexis/democracy/.

For more information on “Democracy in America,” go here: http://www.tocqueville.org/.

Alexis-Charles-Henri Clérel de Tocqueville was born on July 29, 1805 in Paris.

Today’s segment of “The Writer’s Almanac,” narrated by Garrison Keillor, noted, “In 1831, (Tocqueville) was 25 years old, and he and Gustave de Beaumont, who was just 29, were sent by the French government to study the prison system in America. They arrived in Manhattan at sunrise on May 11, 1831.”

According to my Elon College history textbook, “The American Nation,” written by John A. Garraty, Tocqueville wrote at the time, “We are leaving with the intention of examining, in detail and as scientifically as possible, all the mechanism of that vast American society which everyone talks of and no one knows… We are counting on bringing back the elements of a fine work.”

[I used notes from my 1971 Elon College history class for the http://www.explorecarroll.com/ column I wrote last night for this Sunday’s Archives column on this topic. (Click here for a larger image: http://twitpic.com/c0ysz)

In addition to my Elon College history textbook, “The American Nation,” written by John A. Garraty.

In the fall of 1971, I had Mrs. Holt for History 211-E, 9:05 AM, MWF. The classroom was in CO-206.

In the spring of 1972, I had George Troxler for History 212-G, 10:10 AM, MWF. The classroom was in CO-213.]

In 1831, our fledgling nation was much on the minds of the French for many reasons, but most notably for the fact that it was in that year that France and the United States teetered on the brink of war over monetary claims accumulated against the French for their actions during the Napoleonic Wars.

The dispute raged-on for years and was prosecuted, for the most part, by President Andrew Jackson, who was not only upset with the French, but also with Great Britain – and Canada – and native Americans...

In today’s world, Jackson would have been diagnosed with an anger management problem. Eventually, the French settled the dispute because, as Garraty puts it, Jackson “showed poor judgment, being ready to take monumental risks to win petty victories… (It) reinforced the impression held by foreigners that the United States was a rash young country with a chip on its shoulders and pathologically mistrustful…”

It is an attitude held by much of Europe to this day.

Historians have developed a number of explanations as to why these young writers made the trip. One accounts says: “Both were at odds with the new government of Louis Philippe,” (the last King of France, Louis-Philippe I,) who had just come to power on August 13, 1830, and they were looking for an excuse to leave France.

Whatever the reason, the result was an ageless classic which is studied and interpreted over and over again, to this day.

My Elon College history textbook, “The American Nation,” written by John A. Garraty, observed that “… many of the fundamental traits of the (American) society Tocqueville analyzed may still be observed in America today.”

For example, “The Writer’s Almanac” segment notes that Tocqueville observed: “The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public's money.”

The “Almanac” segment reports, “For the next nine months, they traveled more than 7,000 miles, from New England to Wisconsin to Louisiana.” I have yet to determine whether or not they came through what we now know as Carroll County.

Although there is an oblique Carroll County connection nevertheless because the man, after whom our county is named, Charles Carroll of Carrollton, was one of the many Tocqueville interviewed – just before Carroll died on November 14, 1832.

Carroll, who was, at the time Tocqueville interviewed him, the last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence. He was also the only Catholic to sign; and was considered to be one of the wealthiest men in the U.S.

One publication on the travels and work of Tocqueville notes “Tocqueville interviewed presidents, lawyers, bankers and settlers and even met with Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Maryland…”

Carroll was probably a fascinating interview because it was not until after his death that his reputation was rehabilitated…

Dr. Bradley J. Birzer is currently writing a new biography on Carroll, “American Cicero: The Life of Charles Carroll (Lives of the Founders) ,” that is scheduled to be released in February 2010.

In a recent interview with Dr. Bradley J. Birzer, in the Washington Times, (Hat Tip: “Against The Grain,”) it was brought out that Carroll “was one of Alexis de Tocqueville's main informants. So there are moments in de Tocqueville's Democracy in America … when he is being critical of the democratic spirit, and it seems very clear to me that he is taking that from his interview with Carroll…

“He was so critical of what happened to the republic after the founding. He's very critical of the democratic element in the American republic - he's worried that self-interest and greed are replacing republican virtue.”

“So from the late 1700s, Carroll starts being called ‘the hoary-headed aristocrat.’ He starts to be seen as a relic of an older age. But after Carroll dies, there's a resurgence of his reputation. All across the country, the headlines read, ‘The last of the Romans is dead.’”

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A Tribute to Paul Causey of Westminster MD Elon College Class of 1950.





I used notes from my 1971 Elon College history class for the http://www.explorecarroll.com/ column I wrote last night for this Sunday’s Archives col http://twitpic.com/c0ysz


It brought back many memories, including:


20080630 A Tribute to Paul Causey of Westminster MD Elon College Class of 1950.
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Thursday, May 14, 2009

Kevin Dayhoff Fall 1971 Elon College


Kevin Dayhoff Fall 1971 Elon College

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Obama walks past fire engine this AM...

Obama walks past fire engine this AM from Oval Office to Mari... on Twitpic
Hat Tip: markknollerhttp://twitpic.com/c0r42 - Obama walks past fire engine this AM from Oval Office to Marine One on South Lawn.
Obama walks past fire engine this AM from Oval Office to Marine One on South Lawn.
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The Verve - Bittersweet Symphony

The Verve - Bittersweet Symphony

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zx3m4e45bTo



20090728 sdsom The Verve Bittersweet Symphony
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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Mozilla Releases Firefox 4.0 Interface Mockups


Mozilla Releases Firefox 4.0 Interface Mockups

Jason Cross Jul 28, 2009 1:54 am http://ow.ly/ipaH

Just days after releasing some proposed interface changes to Firefox 3.7 on its wiki, the Mozilla Foundation has put up a page to explore interface changes in Firefox 4.0.

Read more here: http://ow.ly/ipaH

Hat Tip: pcworld What might Firefox 4.0 look like? Mozilla offers a sneak-peek: http://ow.ly/ipaH

techlider Firefox 4.0 têm telas divulgadas pela fabricante Mozilla: Depois de divulgar algumas imagens do Firefox 3.7, a M.. http://bit.ly/jVzLl

20090728 sdosm Mozilla Releases Firefox 40 Interface Mockups
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North Korean Beer Commercial

North Korean Beer Commercial

Retrieved July 28, 2009

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3GQkCzJygU



20090728 sdosm North Korean Beer Commercial
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Marylin Manson on the O'Reilly Factor in 2005

Marylin Manson on the O'Reilly Factor

Retrieved July 28, 2009 – However, I believe it is a tape from a segment in 2005 …

Marylin Manson on the O'Reilly Factor

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6n5Oi4714o



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OY0536g_6Wc

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20090728 Marylin Manson on the OReilly Factor