THE RIOT OF 31 AUGUST 1986 AND MORE

Posted in AMERICA 2013, AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM, AMERICANS AGAINST THE TEA PARTY, ANGRY OLD WHITE MEN, BIGOTRY, BIRTHERISM, CIVIL UNREST IN AMERICA, CLASS WARFARE, CONSERVATIVE ANTI-INTELLECTUALISM, CONSERVATIVE BIGOTRY, CONSERVATIVE DESPERATION, CONSERVATIVE FEAR, CONSERVATIVE HYPOCRISY, CONSERVATIVE IGNORANCE, CONSERVATIVE INCITEMENT TO VIOLENCE, CONSERVATIVE LIES, CONSERVATIVE NEWS, CONSERVATIVE OBSESSION WITH SEX, CONSERVATIVE RESISTANCE TO FACT CHECKING, CONSERVATIVE VIOLENCE, CONSERVATIVES ARE OLD AND DYING AND SCARED, COUNTER-SHAI'TANISM, COUNTER-THEOCRACY, FRED SCHWARTZ OPINIONS with tags , , , , , on 18/12/2014 by Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.]

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On 31 August 1986 the most reported news story was the crash of Aeromexico Flight 498 in Cerritos, California. The crash killed 67 on two aircraft and 15 on the ground. The crash took place between a single engine Piper aircraft and a McDonnell-Douglass DC-9. When this was happening at 11h 52m PDT in Cerritos, 19 miles to the south in Huntington Beach, California the Ocean Pacific Pro Surfing Championships were taking place. It was a big event in Orange County which even now is still Reagan country. Despite the conservative nature of Orange County, and the peaceful nature of the competition over the past 26 years, a riot took place.

Now you may ask what prompted this riot? Was it blacks gatecrashing the event causing a riot making it a racial event? No. Was it a union labor dispute between the event coordinator and lifeguards? No. Was it that surfers felt they were being oppressed by park police officers and Huntington Beach law enforcement. No.

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What caused the riot, where more than 90% of the crowd was white, was just what you see above. A woman with really big breasts. That’s right, a woman in a bikini contest had her top pulled off by drunken white trash and when police rushed to her aid the mob started pelting the cops with beer bottles and anything else they could find. By the time police thought they had restored order others had set police cars on fire and started burning the lifeguard station. The Los Angeles Times reported the story on 1 September 1986 thusly:

Hundreds of youths went on a rampage in Huntington Beach on Sunday afternoon, pelting police officers with rocks and bottles, storming a large lifeguard station and overturning and burning police vehicles.

Police said at least 12 people were injured, including five Huntington Beach officers and one Orange County sheriff’s deputy. Thirteen people were arrested but scores of youths who threw bottles at officers or took part in the destruction escaped in the confusion.

The disturbance broke out about 2 p.m. behind bleachers being used for the final day of the Ocean Pacific Pro Surfing Championships, which drew a crowd estimated at 100,000 people.

Witnesses said the melee had no direct connection to the surfing contest but instead was triggered by two or more men behind the bleachers immediately south of the Huntington Beach Pier who were trying to take off the bathing suits of two young women.

Hundreds of youths went on a rampage in Huntington Beach on Sunday afternoon, pelting police officers with rocks and bottles, storming a large lifeguard station and overturning and burning police vehicles.

Police said at least 12 people were injured, including five Huntington Beach officers and one Orange County sheriff’s deputy. Thirteen people were arrested but scores of youths who threw bottles at officers or took part in the destruction escaped in the confusion.

The disturbance broke out about 2 p.m. behind bleachers being used for the final day of the Ocean Pacific Pro Surfing Championships, which drew a crowd estimated at 100,000 people.

Witnesses said the melee had no direct connection to the surfing contest but instead was triggered by two or more men behind the bleachers immediately south of the Huntington Beach Pier who were trying to take off the bathing suits of two young women.

As night fell in Huntington Beach, helmeted officers from several jurisdictions continued to patrol the Pacific Coast Highway and nearby streets, clearing bystanders from the area. The city’s famous pier, which normally is jammed on Labor Day weekend evenings, was eerily deserted, with police cars sealing off the entrance. Pedestrians were allowed to walk in the Main Street area, but police quickly broke up any groups that formed. Parts of Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway were littered with trash and broken glass that stemmed from the riot. As the trouble began Sunday afternoon, “I heard someone behind the bleachers yelling, ‘Take it off, take it off,’ ” said Mark Bauserman, 22, a student at Golden West College in Huntington Beach. Bauserman, who was taking photos at the event, said police came to the bleacher area to try to help the two young women.

“It started off with only about 50 people surrounding the police,” said Bauserman. “But more and more came, I don’t know how many, but it seemed that everybody on the beach stopped watching the surfing contest and came to watch what was going on with the police.”

Retreating under a barrage of rocks and bottles, officers took refuge in the two-story Vincent G. Moorhouse Lifeguard Headquarters, an administration and maintenance building about a half mile down the beach. Thousands of persons, many of them continuing to throw bottles at the police, followed.

The huge crowd surrounded the building and began jeering at the police and lifeguards inside, according to witnesses and officers. Some of the rioters then broke apart an aluminum fence railing and used parts of it to shatter windows in five police vehicles parked outside the lifeguard headquarters.

After breaking windows and headlights of the police cars, the rioters turned the vehicles over and set them on fire. An eyewitness said that some rioters found safety flares in the police cars and used those to start the fires.

As the cars were burning, the mob then began trying to enter the lifeguard building, police and witnesses said. The officers and lifeguards inside decided to evacuate, taking several injured people with them.

But the chief of lifeguards, Marine Safety Lt. Bill Richardson, 42, decided to remain in the building. “I was worried what would happen to the money and equipment inside,” he later told a reporter. “There was too much in this building just to give it up to them.”

Building Looted

The rioters outside the lifeguard building broke windows and gained entry to the downstairs garage and storage area. They carried off a number of bicycles, life-saving equipment and even private clothes of the lifeguards, police said.

Richardson, who was upstairs alone on the second floor of the building, armed himself with a 9-mm handgun and started walking down the stairs to face the looters. He said he fired one warning shot into the garage ceiling. “They (the looters) took off like it was the 100-yard dash,” Richardson said.

Okay this was nearly thirty years ago. Of course things have changed, right? Not so fast as my good friend Lee Corso would say. In 2013 the 54th edition of the U.S. Open of Surfing was held in Huntington Beach, California. Here is a press report from Los Angeles Times from 30 July 2013:

One of the suspects arrested in connection with looting and rioting in Huntington Beach has been identified as a Fullerton firefighter. Anaheim resident Michael John Lytle, 30, was arrested on suspicion of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest in connection with the disturbance that broke out after the eight-day U.S. Open of Surfing ended Sunday. Gretchen Beatty, director of human resources for the city of Fullerton, confirmed that Lytle is a firefighter and has been placed on paid leave while “there is an investigation on the personnel side.” Beatty said the city of Huntington Beach will conduct the criminal investigation. She said Lytle was hired as a firefighter in February 2008, which was first reported by the Orange County Register.

Six other people were also arrested, including Huntington Beach resident Andres Gomez, 24, who was booked on suspicion of refusing to disperse and resisting arrest. Michael Anthony Avila, 28, of Santa Ana; Joseph Monterrosa, 28, of Ontario; Adam A. Cecot, 18, of Irvine; Chase Scott Christman, 19, of Simi Valley; and Kyle Roger Crott, 18, of Riverside were also booked on charges related to disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Huntington Beach Police said there could be further arrests.

Authorities are still trying to identify a man videotaped smashing a store window with a stop sign and cheering.

Many people had misidentified that suspect on social media. Huntington Beach police said detectives had spoken to Illario Niko Johnson, 18, and although charges “are expected” against the West Covina resident in connection with the disturbance, his alleged actions were “not related to the window smash.”

“He is not the suspect in the photograph,” police said in a statement.

Sunday evening, unruly beachgoers tipped over portable restrooms, sending waste flowing onto the road. They also rocked a city of Huntington Beach pickup truck, and threw traffic cones and wooden planks pulled from barricades at the truck’s windows after failing to flip it.

Huntington Beach police fired pepper balls and nonlethal projectiles to quell the crowd. Several officers sustained minor injuries, and one person was treated and released from a hospital after being hit by a rubber projectile.

Chris Hayes of MSNBC and Gawker journalist Cord Jefferson were prompted by this rampage in 2013 to ask the question, will moderate white condemn this dangerous white culture? Take a look at a brilliant and scathing satire:

Good night, and good luck!

Pax Terra!

Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., CS, O.Q.H [Journ.]
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73 Melnar 3 AS

RIOTING IN AMERICA IN THE 20TH CENTURY

Posted in AMERICANS AGAINST THE TEA PARTY, CONSERVATIVE ANTI-INTELLECTUALISM, CONSERVATIVE BIGOTRY, CONSERVATIVE DESPERATION, CONSERVATIVE FEAR, CONSERVATIVE HEADS EXPLODING, CONSERVATIVE HYPOCRISY, CONSERVATIVE IGNORANCE, CONSERVATIVE INCITEMENT TO VIOLENCE, CONSERVATIVE RESISTANCE TO FACT CHECKING, FRED SCHWARTZ OPINIONS, IN HINDSIGHT, RACE AND POLITICS IN AMERICA on 18/12/2014 by Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.]

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For all of you who read mu columns, I did take a break to eat before posting this and I’m glad I did because before, well, right after, I cracked my first beer of the day, I read the comment made by Tim on the previous post “Why do people riot?” Tim says:

It is simple.

If I walk into an area that is poor. I tell the poor that the roads in the next neighborhood are paved with Gold. I tell the poor that the Gold has been taken from them. They want to believe because they are poor. They want to believe that the Gold has been wrongfully taken from them. They want to believe that the Gold is their Gold.

The only way they can the Gold back is to rip up the streets in the other neighborhood. The only way they can rip the streets up is to threaten violence against anyone who would stop them from ripping the streets up.

Examples must be made. “The man” must understand that they will have to give up the Gold.

If the Gold is not given up the poor will “burn this mother fucker to the ground”

The only thing you have to do is substitute which group has the grievance and which group has the Gold.

Along come the hustlers who see opportunity $$$. Say hi to je$$e and $harptounge.

Now I’m not going to comment on this I’m going to digest it first. This is a project that came about because of a conversation I had with both of my spouses last night while we were having dinner and then cleaning up afterward. Halfway through dinner Terri gave Cavalor a call and invited The Boss and his wife Carol over for drinks. They both complied. I then called Diane and her spouse Veronica and they also came over. Pain, being omnipresent in some form was a simple thought request away so The Majordomo was the first to arrive and even complimented Valeri on her fetching dinner attire. It was a very short shimmery golden translucent thing but I digress. We are talking about rioting.

The mid 19th century was marred by the American Civil War which some people consider the largest riot of that century in the New World. Reconstruction saw its share of rioting as did the final twenty years of the 19th Century. Notable riots in that period were the Haymarket Labor Riots in Chicago, the Seattle Riot of 1886 and the Wilmington Race Riot of 1898. The first was about a peaceful labor march disrupted by bomb throwers, the latter two were about race. In Seattle the targets were the Chinese immigrants and in Wilmington the targets were black Americans.

The Twentieth Century saw the rise of the Ku Klux Klan in the South as not only a means by which for the conservative power structure to use extrajudicial means to keep black Americans “in their place” but also to spread fear in the hearts of freedom minded white who were forced to go along to get along. The first of these were the Atlanta race Riots of 1906 where the two candidates for Mayor from the Democratic party sought to keep blacks from voting. The power of the printing press was used to create a moral outrage. The Journal owned by candidate Hoke Smith and the Constitution owned by Clark Howell ran matching stories of four white women who had been assaulted. This sent nearly 10,000 white men and boys into the streets on 22 September 1906 beating, stabbing and clubbing blacks on sight. More than two dozen blacks were killed in that two day riot; two whites were killed. So the purpose of this pre-WWI riot was to maintain political power and unearned privilege in a city where the racial playing field was leveling.

After World War I and prior to WWII the notable riots in America were about either race or labor’s right to organize. The brutal Tulsa Riots of 1921, the Rosewood Massacre of 1923, and the Memorial Day Massacre of 1937 were the major events of that inter-war period. Once again there was the growing struggle between an oppressor and the oppressed.

In the post WWII era there was a lull in rioting in America. Well, afterall in the era that spawned me, there was a sense that America’s victory over fascism meant that things were going to change for everyone. It was a time where being an American was seen by those in the minority as a gateway to being, well and American with the full benefits of what that citizenship meant. Sadly, this wasn’t the case.

Nearly lost to history in America was the Peekskill Riot of 1949. Paul Robeson the noted actor and activist of the times was set to perform in Peekskill, New York. This wouldn’t be his first performance there but it would be since his appearance at the World Peace Conference in Paris in the spring of 1949. The cause of the riot was the change of Robeson’s statements at that conference about peace between Soviet Russia and the United States. Newspapers in the Peekskill region urged good American citizens to show their disagreement with anyone who would attend the concert. Among those pelted with rocks during that concert were Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, his wife Toshi and Lee Hays.

The 1960s saw the rioting move from being instigated by the conservative power structure clamping down on what they saw as upstart minorities and alternative government sympathizers to those minorities and counter culture groups using the fear that spread through middle class white conservative culture to extract a litany of civil rights reversals from segregationist. The Cambridge Riot of 1963 was followed by riots in response to police brutality in Harlem, in Rochester, NY, Jersey City, Elizabeth, Dixmoor and Philadelphia in 1964. Riots in 1965 included the mother of all riots in Watts which were followed by Division Street Chicago in 1966 and Newark in 1967.

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IN HINDSIGHT
I know that’s a lot of material to digest and we can probably agree on the reasons that riots have taken place. Why don’t these things happen as much now as they did say two hundred years ago? Well for one thing the armed nature of the society generally precludes law enforcement from simply siding with extreme prejudice on the citizens they feel are threatening their power. I know the people felt the response by the police in Ferguson was awful and I agree. But keep in mind that had it been 1914 instead of 2014 we’d be talking about hundreds of dead innocent black protesters and few voices in the media that would come to their defense. In the next installment about rioting in the United States I’ll tell you about a riot that has a cause that I haven’t covered yet and it’s very likely that you’ve never heard of the event.

Pax Terra!

Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., CS, O.Q.H [Journ.]
Managing Editor—Research
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73 Melnar 3 AS

A BRIEF HISTORY OF RIOTING IN THE UNITED STATES

Posted in AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM, CONSERVATIVE ANTI-INTELLECTUALISM, CONSERVATIVE BIGOTRY, CONSERVATIVE FEAR, CONSERVATIVE HYPOCRISY, CONSERVATIVE IGNORANCE, CONSERVATIVE INCITEMENT TO VIOLENCE, CONSERVATIVE VIOLENCE, FRED SCHWARTZ OPINIONS, IN HINDSIGHT on 18/12/2014 by Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.]

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There is a common theme in America that rioting is a result of a group of people responding to an economic, social or criminal injustice that they perceive cannot be resolved by the power structure that is supposed to protect them from these events. I feel that this is most likely the reason and often times, but always it is justified. American history and prehistory is littered with these events. In good conscience, I can’t write about those types of riots without pointing out there have been riots in America that were sparked by that power structure as a response to a perceived threat to their unearned privilege.

Now I know the conservative readers of this blog will find fault in two things I have written and will write here. They will point to the fact that the vast majority of these riots took place in the 18th, and 19th century. Also, conservatives will point to the fact that they don’t believe in the existence of unearned privilege no matter how many times it is pointed out to them. I get it. I’m not trying to do anything here other than to inform about Human Nature. Being in the business of changing minds is a set up for failure because no one’s mind is going to be changed by what I write, but if I can make one person think with better information I’ve done my job. Okay, let’s talk about rioting in America for a bit.

First let’s have a definition of what a riot is:

A public disturbance involving (1) an act or acts of violence by one or more persons part of an assemblage of three or more persons, which act or acts shall constitute a clear and present danger of, or shall result in, damage or injury to the property of any other person or to the person of any other individual or (2) a threat or threats of the commission of an act or acts of violence by one or more persons part of an assemblage of three or more persons having, individually or collectively, the ability of immediate execution of such threat or threats, where the performance of the threatened act or acts of violence would constitute a clear and present danger of, or would result in, damage or injury to the property of any other person or to the person of any other individual.18 U.S.C. § 2102

That’s a pretty clear definition and I think any reasonable person can agree that this constitutes what a riot is. These sorts of events destroy property and cause a clear and present danger to lives. There are riots where no people are killed or injured and then there are riots where there is great loss of life and injury. Property damage is also a major component of rioting and this is generally always the case. I haven’t heard of a riot where at least one shop window wasn’t broken and some desired item stolen; this is commonly referred to as looting. And for clarity looting didn’t start in America. History can point to looting going back as far as 455 CE, but I am sure there has been looting for as long as there has been civilization.

The first recorded riot in what would become the United States took place in Boston, Massachusetts in 1713 and is referred to as the Boston Bread Riots. Food shortages were the driving force for these riots which saw British merchants trying to ship grain needed by hungry colonists abroad for profit. Hunger is a powerful motivator and this was what lead to three riot events between 1710 and 1713.

While those events in Boston were the first event of riot in the English speaking New World it was far from the last. In the next fifty years riots would take place in virtually every colony from New England to Florida. The most famous of these Colonial America riots is pointed to by the far Right today as their political call to arms– The Boston Tea Party in 1773. There was an economic driving force behind this riot which made the colonists feel oppressed. That draconian taxation thing now is now expressed in white people in their 50s 60s and 70s protesting in Washington DC wearing tricorner hats with tea bags dangling from them. They feel oppressed by the current government thus The TEA Party–taxed enough already. So the current wedge in the GOP is hearkening back to a riot that took place in the late 18th Century. And those people are fine with that riot, they celebrate it as an expression of taking their freedom and liberty back from an oppressive power structure. What they were doing in 1773 was fighting physically against the unearned privilege of the British Crown.

The first major riot in the virtually newborn United States was the Whiskey Rebellion. Taxation [ man people don’t like taxes at all do they?– D.V.] of whiskey and other spirits was the cause of this riot which took place in 1791. In a nutshell, this long smoldering series of insurrections ended when President Washington, riding in front of 13,000 militiamen dispersed a crowd of whiskey tax protesters who had attacked the home of a tax inspector named General John Neville. Seven years later the tax was repealed.

Curiously, the city of Cincinnati, Ohio is the early years of America had far more than its fair share of riots. Since 1792, Cincinnati has been the center of no fewer than eleven riots. John Bartle’s beating which resulted in a day of riots and fighting in 1792 might be seen as an early response to police brutality. The Cincinnati riots of 1829 were about the unearned privilege of the majority in the city. By that year slightly more than 10% of the population was made up of free blacks and fugitive slaves. The local white population of Irish immigrants, fearing their job opportunities would be diminished by the large available black labor pool set upon the black sections of the city forcing more than 1,000 of them to flee to Canada where they formed the Wilberforce Colony in the province of Ontario. So fear of immigration leading to whites having fewer jobs, and thereby less money, was the motivation for this riot.

Seven years later, in 1836 there was another riot in Cincinnati. This riot too was about anti-black movement into the region and competition for jobs. But an added element was the abolitionist in the city who had been kicked out of the Lane Theological Seminary for their views, were also attacked. This event was an inspiration for Harriet Beecher Stowe, a Cincinnati native to write Uncle Tom’s Cabin which was published in 1852.

And yes, five years later, it happened again. The Cincinnati riots of 1841 saw a band of armed white men march into a section of the city called “Little Africa” near the Ohio riverfront where many blacks lived, some, allegedly, with white wives or lovers. This riot was different, however, because the blacks were well armed and had somehow procured a cannon, which they used to positive effect. Of course, the white power structure in the city couldn’t live with a victorious black defense of their persons and property so the National Guard was called out to arrest the black defenders so that their homes could be burnt to the ground by the rioters.

With the immigration of Europeans to America on the rise by the 1850s, Cincinnati’s rioting took a different turn by 1853. Five hundred male and one hundred female German citizens of the city, angered by a visit by a Papal delegation lead by Cardinal Gaetano Bedini, marched on the home of John Baptist Purcell, the Archbishop of Cincinnati. The Germans were protesting the papal visit and were met by police and shots were fired leaving one man dead. This riot took place on Christmas Night.

Immigration and politics were the cause of the Cincinnati Riots of 1855. The Know Nothing candidate for mayor of the city J.D. Taylor, was supported by a group of English speaking white citizens who assaulted German American immigrants. Yes the same people who were rioting over the Papal delegation visit less than two years earlier were now being beset upon by the people who stood by and watched the cops try to control the riot.

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In Hindsight
The point I’m making here is that the more things change the more they stay the same. Rioting always has some root cause that is generally some perception by a group that they are being threatened or oppressed. The next post, later today will deal with a riot in a major California city and how it has been misrepresented by the media.

Pax Terra!

Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., CS, O.Q.H [Journ.]
Managing Editor—Research
The Dis Brimstone-Daily Pitchfork
73 Melnar 3 AS

WHY DO PEOPLE RIOT?

Posted in AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM, CONSERVATIVE FEAR, FRED SCHWARTZ OPINIONS, IN HINDSIGHT, WHITE PRIVILEGE on 18/12/2014 by Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.]

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Those were the very first words I typed into my computer this morning. Of course, Google working the way Google does I was met with some of the more recent analyses of rioting in the United States that took place in Ferguson, Missouri. Most of these articles are more concerned with the “who” rather than the “why.”

But the second link in this post poses an interesting question regarding the why. Were the riots in Ferguson about the perceived social injustice of a white cop not being indicted, or, were the riots an offshoot of people wanting to be a part of something larger than themselves? These are good questions because they offer a counterpoint to the notion being spread by conservative bloggers that looting and rioting are events in American society caused only by minorities in recent times.

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In Hindsight
Over the next few hours I am going to examine the reasons people riot and see if there is any common ground between events in recent history in America that can clarify the question asked by the title of this post. As for Ferguson [and I would add Watts, LA in 1992, Newark and other civil rights riots in this group] I believe the root cause of the rioting was opportunism to strike back at a capitalist culture that rewards greed and power held by a monochromatic few. Often times, ironically, people who riot, no matter their color do more damage to people of their own ethnic and racial background than they do to those whom they feel have oppressed them. This fact has been used as a club by conservatives, some with humorous relish over the past seven decades. By the end of this series I hope we will all have learned something about what drives people to act as a mob.

Pax Terra!

Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., CS, O.Q.H [Journ.]
Managing Editor—Research
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73 Melnar 3 AS

DAWN PATROL; 73 MELNAR 3 AS

Posted in DAWN PATROL on 18/12/2014 by Majordomo Pain

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The main news of Terra follows the ellipses . . .

Russian President Vladimir Putin holds his annual press conference.

Boko Haram terrorists kills thirty-two people in Nigeria’s northeast.

GSLV Mark III launches from Indian Space Research Organization Satish Dhawan Space Center carrying CREW module which is a significant step toward Indian manned space flight in the coming years.

Pipe bombs, other explosive devices found in a home in Colorado Springs, CO; 33 year-old Andy Marrero was taken into custody and charged with manufacturing explosive devices.

Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

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A SAD DAY FOR FANS OF PORN: LISA ANN ANNOUNCES HER RETIREMENT AS AN ADULT ACTRESS

Posted in FRED SCHWARTZ OPINIONS, IN HINDSIGHT on 17/12/2014 by Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.]

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I could barely talk yesterday when I found out that the lovely and talented darling of the adult film set Lisa Ann who changed the way America views politics with her Nailin’ Palin movies is going to retire from acting. This is truly a dark day for fans of porn but there is hope on the horizon with the likes of Veronica Avluv and Syren DeMer still out there keeping standards high among other things.

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In Hindsight
Lisa Ann you will be missed but never forgotten and I look forward to what your retirement leads to behind the camera.

Pax Terra!

Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., CS, O.Q.H [Journ.]
Managing Editor—Research
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72 Melnar 3 AS

WHY ARE RUSSIANS SO FASCINATED WITH SANDRA SUAREZ?

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on 16/12/2014 by sarahbloch

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Over the past 12 or so hours our site has been swamped with readers from Russia, Uzbekistan and Lithuania all reading a post about Sandra Suarez a bipolar woman from Florida who vandalized a McDonald’s restaurant this past April wearing only a thong during a manic episode. I haven’t heard much about the case since she made bail and it is likely her condition spared her any jail time. So what gives Russians, why is this post so fascinating?

Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

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