William McKinley (January 29, 1843 – September 14, 1901) was the 25th President of the United States, serving from March 4, 1897, until his death.
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Much less do they know a Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce, James Garfield, William McKinley.
Today's selection -- from William McKinley by Kevin Phillips. In the late 1800s, robust U.S. business interests...
QUARANTINE trivia: McKinley High is named after President William McKinley, assassinated by a self-proclaimed anarchist in 1901.
Get me Rob Lowe as Chris Traeger as William McKinley and I'm in.
Do you think that YouTube fitness guru Mike Chang was named after William McKinley High School alumnus Mike Chang?
Yes but no one ever gives programs that say "William McKinley slept here." . That may help your argument actually...
In case you didn't know, there's a monument dedicated to William McKinley delivering coffee on the…
While looking in envelope of money at bank, I noticed I like older men. I like William McKinley,Alexander Hamilton,& James Madison the best!
I feel like Glee will be set in LA on Rachel's show, in a fictional (More Fictional) William McKinley High School,
"The American flag has not been planted on foreign soil to acquire more territory but for humanity's sake"- William McKinley
President William McKinley carredi up the steps of the Capitol for the lying in state on September 17, 1901.
series on Presidential Places looks at the William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum
William McKinley was on the $500 bill, Grover Cleveland was on the $1,000, and James Madison was on the $5,000. http:/…
A redwork McKinley campaign quilt, 1896. The center squares are portraits of William and Ida McKinl
My daughter gave me this book by Sarah Vowell, knowing my interest in JFK assassination books. This book is a first-person account of the author's decision to visit the birthplaces and museums of the Presidents who have been killed in office. Sounds macabre, but it's not. She comes up with interesting stories about not only Kennedy and Lincoln, but James Garfield and William McKinley as well. I now have three more of Vowell's books, all on totally different subjects than this one. She is a regular contributor to NPR's "This American Life", where I think my daughter discovered the author. I recommend the book; the author has kind of a quirky writing style that I enjoyed very much.
"You know nothing, Juan dela Cruz." - William McKinley during the benevolent assimilation proclamation.
So, did you know that every President since Richard Nixon has had an assassination attempt on his life? EVERYONE SINGLE ONE! What does that say about our nation? The WORST! Read more... "There have been four American presidents assassinated since Abraham Lincoln. That club of tragedy includes James A. Garfield (July 2, 1882), William McKinley (September 6, 1901), and John Fitzgerald Kennedy (November 22, 1963). There had been a span of sixty-two years where civility seemed to take hold of our nation with regards to its commander-in-chief. What we don’t appreciate is that there has been 15 attempted assassinations on sitting presidents, with the most unnerving fact about this being every president since Richard M. Nixon, has been targeted for assassination. That’s right! Every single president elected to office since President Nixon has been the target of an assassination attempt. To kill the leader of a nation is to attack the heart and soul of it and its people, but how does one combat this “menac ...
TRIVIA From 1840 to 1960, every president who was elected in a year ending in ZERO died in office. Presidents elected in 1840, 1860, 1880, 1900, 1290, 1940 and 1960 all died in office. Some attribute this to a curse laid by the Shawnee chief, Tecumseh, in revenge for a military defeat in 1811 by future president, William Henry Harrison. Harrison was elected in 1840 and died in office of natural causes. Other presidents elected in years ending in zero that died in office are; Abraham Lincoln (elected 1860 and shot), James A. Garfield (elected 1880 and shot), William McKinley (elected 1900 and shot), Warren G. Harding (elected 1920 and died of natural causes), Franklin D. Roosevelt (elected 1940 and died of natural causes), and John F. Kennedy (elected in 1960 and shot).
Davis Cottages – here at the site of the Foster’s Hardware Building stood the cottages of “Granny” Davis, who begrudgingly hosted future presidents Hayes and McKinley during Union occupation of the county seat..Grandma Davis, who was born in 1820. According to Beckley USA, during the winter of 1862 Rutherford B. Hayes and William McKinley (both later Presidents of the U. S.) were stationed in Beckley. wem
Part 7: First Inaugural Address of William McKinley, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1897 “It has been the uniform practice of each President to avoid, as far as possible, the convening of Congress in extraordinary session. It is an example which, under ordinary circumstances and in the absence of a public necessity, is to be commended. But a failure to convene the representatives of the people in Congress in extra session when it involves neglect of a public duty places the responsibility of such neglect upon the Executive himself. The condition of the public Treasury, as has been indicated, demands the immediate consideration of Congress. It alone has the power to provide revenues for the Government. Not to convene it under such circumstances I can view in no other sense than the neglect of a plain duty. I do not sympathize with the sentiment that Congress in session is dangerous to our general business interests. Its members are the agents of the people, and their presence at the seat of Government in the execut ...
Part 1: Second Inaugural Address of William McKinley, MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1901 “My Fellow-Citizens: When we assembled here on the 4th of March, 1897, there was great anxiety with regard to our currency and credit. None exists now. Then our Treasury receipts were inadequate to meet the current obligations of the Government. Now they are sufficient for all public needs, and we have a surplus instead of a deficit. Then I felt constrained to convene the Congress in extraordinary session to devise revenues to pay the ordinary expenses of the Government. Now I have the satisfaction to announce that the Congress just closed has reduced taxation in the sum of $41,000,000. Then there was deep solicitude because of the long depression in our manufacturing, mining, agricultural, and mercantile industries and the consequent distress of our laboring population. Now every avenue of production is crowded with activity, labor is well employed, and American products find good markets at home and abroad. Our diversified pr ...
June 3 Thought for Today – “Senders and Messengers” “A servant is not greater than the master. Nor are messengers more important than the one who sends them. You know these things – now do them. That is the path of blessing!” John 13:16-17 The Spanish-American War was a brief war between Spain and the United States in 1898. A U.S. victory resulted in the U.S. taking control of Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines, while Cuba was permitted to be an independent nation. During that war, President William McKinley saw value in establishing contact with the Cuban rebels who could prove a valuable ally in case of war with Spain. McKinley asked Colonel Arthur L. Wagner to suggest an officer to make contact with the Cuban rebels led by General Calixto Garcia. Wagner suggested Captain Andrew Summers Rowan, who then traveled to Cuba via Jamaica. Rowan met Garcia in the Oriente Mountains and established a rapport. Rowan garnered information from Garcia who was eager to cooperate with the Americans in f ...
It is Tuesday, June 3, 2014. There remains 211 days in this year! In 1539, De Soto claims Florida for Spain. In 1808, Jefferson Davis- future President of the Confederacy is born. In 1844, Garrett Hobart, first vice-president under McKinley is born. Hobart was one of the most beloved vice presidents. He was a good leader and well liked. Elected with McKinley in 1896, he died of heart problems in 1899. It is said William McKinley cried for days. Pres. McKinley selected New York Gov. Theodore Roosevelt to be on the ticket in 1900. Should Hobart have lived, we may have never heard of Teddy!
After recounting and extra votes that came in and talking with the coaches this is the Longhorns All Star team for 2014. The whole team did a awesome job this year and next season work hard to make it.Thanks for all that you did for the team Andrew Ray Oliver London William McKinley Jamond Loftis Donny Joyner Aaron Wiseman Ronnie kemp If top people can go then Backup: will burks Backup: Kenyada timmons Game June 21 Jersey $48 if you can't make it let me know
Today in New Jersey history: 6/3/1844: Garret “Gus” Hobart was born in Long Branch. He was William McKinley"s VP and died in office in 1899
I'm looking for some President selfies on green paper. Benjamin's. William McKinley's. Grover Cleveland's and if possible, James Madison's.
Great Condition on this 7/8", 1896 William McKinley Presidential Campaign Pin-Back Button. Listed in Hake's Encyclopedia of Political Buttons...
April 23, 1857: Andrew Rowan & the Message to Garcia Monroe County native Andrew Rowan is considered one of the great heroes of the Spanish- American War. However, his daring feat occurred before the ever began. The United States intervened in a Civil War which had been brewing between Cuba and Spain for more than two years. The U.S. wanted to expand its power around the world by ousting the Spanish from their colonies. President William McKinley needed to inform Cuban insurgents, led by General Calixto Garcia, of his decision to enter the war on the side of the rebels. The Army selected West Point graduate Lt. Andrew Rowan to carry out the treacherous assignment. Rowan's expedition took him first to Jamaica. After some delay, he booked passage to Cuba, where he was met by rebel soldiers. Rowan couldn't speak Spanish very well nor the soldiers English. But he was able to tell them that he wanted to see Garcia. The soldiers led Rowan through Cuba's rough interior before catching up with Garcia at the city ...
MONDAY MADNESS: Did You Know??? At least 2 American Presidents have died from medical malpractice! George Washington was "bled" to death after catching a cold and William McKinley died from infection caused by repeated attempts by his doctors to remove a bullet from his body!!!
Arlington at 150, part IX Many years earlier, the Prussian Chancellor Otto von Bismarck had said "If a general war begins, it will be because of some *** fool thing in the Balkans". It was June 28, 1914 in Sarajevo, when a tubercular 19 year old leveled his revolver and murdered the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie. What followed should have been at worst a regional conflict between Austria-Hungary and Serbia, as they settled issues going well beyond the scope of this essay. Instead, mutually entangling national alliances were invoked, as mobilization timetables moved vast armies according to predetermined schedules. The coming cataclysm could have been averted as late as the last day of July. By the first of August, mutual distrust had gone past the point of no return. By the time it was over in 1918, 37 million had been killed, maimed, or simply vanished. The United States entered the conflict in 1917, suffering casualties of its own numbering 320,51 ...
Great us presidents in freemasonery. Barack Obama is a 32nd Degree Freemason. Other Presidents who where also Freemasons - George Washington James Monroe Andrew Jackson James Polk James Buchanan Andrew Johnson James Garfield William McKinley Theodore Roosevelt Howard Taft Warren Harding Franklin Roosevelt Harry Truman Gerald Ford They where all known Freemasons. As for others - Abraham Lincoln did apply to become a Freemason, but withdrew. Lyndon Johnson recieved his first degree of Freemasonry then left before receiving his second degree, making him void. Ronald Reagan, he was not a Freemason but it is speculated that he was because of his involvement within the Imperial Council Of The Shrine. George Bush was speculated too be a Freemason, because George Bush took his Oath on the George Washington Bible, which belonged to St Johns Lodge in New York City (A Freemason lodge).
Denali. My cousin Andy Audap drove me up past Talkeetna on a fairly clear day to see the tallest mountain (20,200+ feet above MSL) in North America, known for centuries by the Koyukon Athabaskan people as Denali, or "the great one". The Russians later called it Bolshaya Gora, or "great mountain". When William McKinley was running for president, a gold prospector renamed the peak Mount McKinley, and the new name became "official" in 1917. Repeated petitions from the Alaskan government to change the official name back to Denali have been blocked by an Ohio congressman from McKinley's home town of Dayton.
"In the time of the darkest defeat, victory may be the nearest." . -William McKinley
In 1843 Jan.29,the 25th president of the United States of America,William McKinley was born in Nile,Ohio...
1⃣7⃣ Teddy Roosevelt became the youngest president at 42, when William McKinley was assassinated 😵
Today, a piece of political history, not to mention a piece of Ohio art pottery. This tile, depicting President William McKinley (or more accurately Not-Yet President William McKinley, at the time) was made by the Encaustic Tile Company of Zanesville, Ohio in 1896, in support of Ohio's native son. It is three inches square, in a very glossy blue glaze with lots of factory crazing. On the back is a summary of McKinley's career to that point, from his Civil War service to his nomination for the 1896 presidential election, which he would go on to win. Also on the back: "Compliments of F.R. Saiter, Marion Roofing Works, Marion, O." The Encaustic Tile Company was a maker of this sort of ware, prior to going bust in 1935.
"In the time of darkest defeat, victory may be nearest" - William Mckinley. Day 48...we await the return of our
US President William McKinley (1843–1901) was the first reported case of traumatic gunshot pancreatitis.
Good-bye, good bye, all. It's God's way. His will, not ours, be done. Nearer my God to Thee, nearer to Thee - President William McKinley
series on the Civil War Presidents concludes with William McKinley (Part 2-McKinley the President)
just some useless info .. President William McKinley, was bought and paid for in 1896 by JP Morgan, Andrew...
William McKinley peters park pull up fool!
Getting ready for our Staff Breakfast/Alyssa wedding shower!💑 @ William McKinley Elementary School
More William McKinley pics: 9. A depiction of his assassination that ran in newspapers.
More William McKinley pics: 8. McKinley at the Buffalo Expo, where he was assassinated.
More William McKinley pics: 7. They say the Wizard (of Oz) was based on McKinley. I see the resemblance.
More William McKinley pics: 5. McKinley's inauguration in 1896. Grover Cleveland looks on.
More William McKinley pics: 4. McKinley and his cabinet
More William McKinley pics: 3. McKinley and his second VP, a young Theodore Roosevelt
Here's William McKinley as a young soldier during the Civil War.
series on the Civil War Presidents continues with William McKinley (Part 1-McKinley the Solider)
FRIDAY'S FOOTNOTE... a weekly, spiritual e-thought This Sunday we celebrate the 118th year of Blanchester Church of Christ (Christian). The year 1896 was an exciting time for Ohio as our native son, William McKinley, was elected President. Also in our nation, University of Chicago athletic director Amos Alonzo Stagg held the first college basketball game and Charles King drove the first gas-powered automobile on the streets of Detroit. What is the key to a church's longevity? Is it hard work? Planning? Preaching? The key is found in the simple word 'faith'-- when the unseen Savior is seen in the lives of Christians. When believers demonstrate faith, unexplainable things happen, lives are changed and God is glorified. This Sunday, we celebrate the 118-year legacy of those whose faith has become sight. Lord, we pray that faith will be seen in our lives today.
PrezFact 25: William McKinley had the $500 bill, Jefferson had the $2 bill, and Daffy Duck had just the one.
William McKinley faked the moon landing
On Datu Ali's Trail (continued) The Final Showdown, Captain Frank McCoy and the 22nd Infantry In his 1989 biography of Major General Frank Ross McCoy, Diplomat in Khaki, Dr. Andrew Bacevich noted that his "extraordinarily diverse career spanned the nine administrations from William McKinley to Harry S. Truman." In October of 1905 McCoy, a West Point graduate, was a Captain, an aide to General Leonard Wood and within weeks of his 31st birthday. General Wood had returned to the U.S. three months earlier on emergency medical leave to have a life-threatening brain tumor removed and was in transit back to the Philippines. In a staff meeting, General James Buchanan, frustrated with answers and excuses he was receiving from Wood's surrogate, Captain George Langhorne, posed the question "isn't there any way to get behind Ali." McCoy, although a Wood loyalist and knowing the General had suspended operations and left specific verbal instructions that no action was to be taken against Ali until he resumed command, n ...
Holly Holiday has always been a free spirit. It's as if she is the very epitome of Christmas--- full of joy, cheer, gifts, parties and booze. Like the holiday, she is a person for all, but doesn't stay. Once she almost did though. When she was captured by the arms of William Schuester. It had been about a week only--- her longest, but that one week made her rethink her lifestyle. She longed for a permanent job, a permanent place, and a permanent home in Will's heart. She could've stayed forever and leave her old glamorous life behind. Almost. But she knew his heart was for another. So she left, and went back to all the adventure, with even more excitement; popping in a class randomly without being asked, getting arrested for it. She loved every minute of that insanity. But when she heard of the trouble at the Glee Club and entered once again through the doors of that room. In the crowd, she spotted him, still dashing and hot, smile at his adoptive kids. All the doubt came back to her as their gazes meet. ...
When someone tells you we live in a "post-industrial" age, you might want to check their facts. The dirty secret is that there are more than enough industrial jobs to go around – they're just being done with appallingly low efficiency in 3rd world sweatshops! The photo above is taken from a New York Times article about the drift of the production of manhole covers from the US to India. American manufacturers like the Neenah Foundry Company (formerly a primary producer of these manhole covers) are long gone or in and out of bankruptcy, semi-skilled (and sometimes skilled) industrial work – from the shop floor to the engineering department – proliferates in India, Mexico, China, El Salvador, and anywhere Wall Street and corporate America can oppress workers enough to satisfy their shareholders. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is essentially a reflection of China's ascendancy, and the desire of the west to shift sweatshops to Vietnam, Chile, Bangladesh and other countries that keep their workers in ...
-- eyes leering at the blonde HBIC strutting down the hallways of William McKinley High School. Ever since his best boy, Finn --
then what did Malcom x and William McKinley teach us?
Best thing about 1901? That's when JANE AT THE FAIR takes place!
JANE AT THE FAIR brimming with and Calamity Jane, Geronimo, the Devil.
When Garrett found the one responsible, whoever it was, he would crush them. Slowly. Deliberately. He would savor the pain that he caused. Maybe that made him an evil monster. But he was the kind of evil monster that a good man like William McKinley deserved.
with well-researched plus elements of and 1901 Pan-American Exposition
Is Terrorism an Islamic Monopoly as the western Media portrays? By Sadat Muhmed.S (LLB, LLM, PhD) This article aims to explore the media stereotypes on Muslims. The false propaganda on Muslims has led to Muslim discrimination. It is evidential that most of the media is controlled by the western forces that have double coverage on Islamic facts; such double standard has been interpreted by those who have less knowledge on Islam. ...The worst campaign of the Muslim was evidential in the Oklahoma City bombing that was done by Joseph and Timothy and 9/11. The media showed a lot of conspiracy theories to Muslim acts. The article will define the definition of terrorism, the historical evidence that most of terrorism is commonly done by none Moslems, the causes of terrorism, the solutions and the Islamic stand on terrorism. Definition of Terrorism: The term terrorism changes according to geographical and historical grounds. If one refers to history this phrase has been used in different context. For example the ...
I wish I went to William McKinley High back in the 80s...
Information about the assassination of Presidents in USA.. Four sitting presidents have been killed: Abraham Lincoln (the 16th President), James A. Garfield (the 20th President), William McKinley (the 25th President) and John F. Kennedy (the 35th President). Two presidents were injured in attempted assassinations: Theodore Roosevelt (the 26th President) and Ronald Reagan (the 40th President)
“*ALL MUSLIMS ARE NOT TERRORIST BUT ALL TERRORISTS ARE MUSLIMS” **NONSENSE* This is a commonly used statements made by people around the world to profile the Muslim community as the producers,harbourers,and even sometimes masterminds of the people carrying out terrorist activities around the world, to start with let us define what does the term terrorism means, this is why most of the people don’t understand who are the real terrorist, because we don’t know what does the word terrorism mean and therefore it happens we also don’t know who are the real terrorists, terrorism means the deliberate killings of innocent people for political, religious or ideological goal. There are very many different unforgettable terrorists activities that were carried out by non-Muslim around the world, Let us analyse what the historical records and data tell us on terrorist activities, in the records you can hardly see at the 19th century any terrorist activities done by Muslims, I can’t mention every incident .. ...
William McKinley High Scool was a fictional school in the TV shows Glee, The Wonder Years and Freaks & Geeks and in the feature films Drillbit Taylor, Final Destination 3 and Accepted. Originality is rife in America.
Fun Fact of the Week: In October 1912, while he was running for a third term as president from his newly-created Progressive Party (popularly known as the Bull Moose Party), an attempt was made on Teddy Roosevelt's life at a campaign stop in Milwaukee. A man named John Schrank approached him as he was on his way to a stump speech and shot him at point-blank range in the chest with a revolver, later claiming the ghost of William McKinley had appeared to him in a dream and commanded him to do it. The assassination attempt likely would have succeeded were it not for the steel eyeglass case and 50-page speech in Roosevelt's coat pocket, which absorbed most of the bullet's force. Though he was urged to go to the hospital immediately, the wounded former president refused and insisted on speaking as scheduled. Holding up his manuscript of the speech (complete with bullet hole) before the assembled crowd, he declared "it takes more than that to kill a Bull Moose". Surgery to remove the bullet was eventually ...
"hey has anyone ever told you that you look like William McKinley?"
Hebrews 3:13 " But encourage one another day after day, as long as it is still called Today." The story is told about our 25th. President, William McKinley riding on a streetcar when a woman, who seemed ill got on. The President was sitting next to a congressman who hid behind his newspaper so he wouldn't have to give up his seat. The President stood, offered his seat and stood where the woman had been. Years later, when the same congressman's name came before the President recommended as an ambassador to a foreign nation, the President turned him down. He felt a man who didn't have the courtesy to offer his seat to a sick woman in a crowded streetcar would lack the courtesy and sensitivity to be an ambassador to a troubled nation. YOU CANNOT DO A KINDNESS TOO SOON, BECAUSE YOU NEVER KNOW HOW SOON IT WILL BE TOO LATE!
Your Bible-Read It Every Day (3) 'The grass withers and the flowers fall, but the Word of our God stands forever.' Isaiah 40:8 NIV Let's look once more at what some of the most notable people in history have had to say about the Bible. Matthew Arnold: 'To the Bible men will return because they cannot do without it. The true God is, and must be pre-eminently the God of the Bible, the eternal, who makes for righteousness from whom Jesus came forth, and whose spirit governs the course of humanity.' George Washington: 'It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible.' Thomas Jefferson: 'The Bible is the cornerstone of liberty.' Horace Greeley: 'It is impossible to mentally or socially enslave a Bible-reading people.' Patrick Henry: 'This is a book worth more than all other books which were ever printed.' William McKinley: 'The more profoundly we study this wonderful book and the more closely we observe its divine precepts, the better citizens we will become and the higher will be the de ...
Someone compared Kejriwal with William Jennings Bryan. Whereas I see more similarities to William McKinley. have no limits.
"Unlike any other nation, here the people rule, and their will is the supreme law." William McKinley
leading us to help renovate and paint the William McKinley School. Thankful for this dear…
William McKinley and his wife, Ida. When he took office in 1897, he defied the protocol of the day,
Listen kids, in my day William McKinley High School kids were freaks and geeks, not Broadway singers. Now get off my lawn.
lists the 10 most underrated Presidents: 6. William McKinley (for prosperity and wise wartime leadership)
Wow! I just won this for free, US Stamp William McKinley 25 cent
you shoud bring william mckinley back to life or something lol or maybe bring the BIlls back to life , that might be easier
Prosperity, commerce, and civilization - William McKinley - 1896
Patriotism, protection, and prosperity - William McKinley - 1896
Anybody that says you can't buy an election, look deep into the election of William McKinley. And lets not kid ourselves by saying not today
April 26, 1898 Charles City’s Co. D of the National Guard was ordered to Des Moines by Pres. William McKinley to fight the war with Spain.
Prosperity at home. Prestige abroad. - William McKinley - 1900
William McKinley. with the most evil villain eyebrows of any president.
“War should never be entered upon until every of peace has failed.” – William McKinley
Jack, I don't like him. I think he is a *** but you are right. William McKinley,
Join us Sunday as we learn how the resurrection of Jesus reshapes history. 10:30AM // William McKinley School //...
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1901 Pan-American Exposition in and a touch of the Good
what do James Garfield, William McKinley, john kennedy and abe Lincoln all have in common? all were against a system where a bank lends money to the country and charges interest on that money, and oh yea they were all assassinated
William mckinley would love it up here though with ryan miller buffalo sabres goal tender yeah . The nhl can you dig it. Nice head phones
I know it is not technically in Verona, but the William McKinley School, what kind of school was it? Was it part of Penn Hills school district and when did it close?
So I'm watching Glee right now and I notice na wala na sila sa William McKinley, and only more 20 episodes this coming May ugh 😞
We have people who come into the cemetery office from out of town who want to know if we have any "big names" buried here. I always point out Francis Vigo, Joseph Eheart Skelton, Judge Curtis Shake, and former Indiana Governor Mathew Welsh. They seem to be disappointed and sometimes we hear "So you really don't have any "big names" buried here. I beg to differ! We have John F Kennedy, Woodrow Wilson, Alice Cooper, Steven King, Phillip Morris, James Brown, Stephen Foster, Elizabeth Taylor, Eddie Fisher, Johnny Carson, Grover Cleveland, William McKinley, Jim Neighbors, Thomas Pickering, Laura Ingraham, George Wallace, Harry Potter and the Wright Brothers. Maybe they aren't the ones you have in mind but to us they are better, they're Vincennes people...
MORNING MINDBENDER: On Monday, President Obama will host the annual White House Easter Egg Roll. This year's theme is "Hop into Healthy, Swing into Shape". Which president was the first to host the Easter Egg Roll at the White House? A. Millard Fillmore B. Rutherford B. Hayes C. James Garfield D. William McKinley
More fun facts with Rob: More of our country's presidents come from Ohio than from any other state. Eight of 44 American presidents were elected from the Buckeye State, earning Ohio the nickname "the Mother of Presidents." William Henry Harrison Ulysses S. Grant Rutherford B. Hayes James A. Garfield Benjamin Harrison William McKinley William Howard Taft Warren G. Harding
They're coming to america ♫ America by Glee Cast (w/ Ainun at William McKinley High School, Lima, Ohio) —
This is Colonel Elmore F Taggart, from Orrville. He was the highest ranking officer from Wayne County at the beginning of WWI. He got his start in the military when then Congressman William McKinley appointed him to West Point Academy. Where are we, in time?
BOSTON MARATHON William McKinley was the 25th United Staes president when back on Tuesday, March 15 1887, 15 athletes started a endurance running race that extended from Metcalf's Mill in Ashland MA to the finish line at the Oval on Irving Street in Dowtnton Boston. Out of the starting athletes, only 10 athletes finished what we all know now as The Boston Marathon.
Today in Black History 4/17/2014 • April 17, 1823 Mifflin Wistar Gibbs, businessman, politician and the first elected African American municipal judge, was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After the 1849 gold rush, Mifflin moved to San Francisco, California where he became a successful retail merchant and a leader of the San Francisco Black community. In 1855, he founded The Mirror of the Times, the first Black newspaper west of the Mississippi River. In 1858, he moved to Victoria, British Columbia to escape growing racial prejudice in California and in 1866 became the first Black man elected to the Victoria City Council. Gibbs returned to the United States in 1870 and in 1871 settled in Little Rock, Arkansas and began to study the law. He passed the bar examination in 1872 and in 1873 was elected Little Rock Police Judge, a position he held until 1875. In 1877, President Rutherford Hayes appointed Gibbs registrar of the Little Rock district land office. President Benjamin Harrison appointed him rece ...
Norm highlights the year 1901 in "The News That Was" First games played in baseball's American League. President William McKinley Inaugurated for 2nd term. 55 people die in a Rock Island Train derailment in Iowa. Memorial Day first observed in the USA. A fire destroys 1,700 buildings in Jacksonville, FL. Oil discovered in TX. Australia declares independence from the UK.
That chimp is pure evil, but I'd like to meet his tailor.
Glee in NYC is just not as good as before... I miss William Mckinley High
By the time President and Mrs. William McKinley visited in 1899
When are they going to shoot at William McKinley?
How have I just clocked that William McKinley High School in Glee is clearly a tribute to William McKinley High from Freaks and Geeks??
"We are all going"-William McKinley, the third American president to be assassinated
Get to know the William McKinley monument; Airbnb drama: Lots of linkage this morning
"President William McKinley. Mt. McKinley was named after his eyebrows." -Mr. Nolan
I took a personality test that pretty much described me to a good 95%. These are the people who have the same personality as me. My favorite is Dean Winchester from Supernatural. I'm awesome. William McKinley, former U.S. president Bill Clinton, former U.S. president Harry S. Truman, former U.S. president Sally Field, actress Jennifer Garner, actress Tyra Banks, television personality Danny Glover, actor Nancy Kerrigan, skater “Dean Winchester” from Supernatural “Monica” from Friends
The Secret Service didn't begin protecting the POTUS until after assassination of 25th POTUS William McKinley in 1901.
Why is there a statue of President *McKinley* in the Panhandle?
On April 27th we will be serving William McKinley School by painting some of their rooms. Sign up to help:
SF cyclists, we've all met for rides at the William McKinley monument. But do you know its history? via
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Many of us walk, bike, or drive past it daily. Do you know the history behind the William McKinley monument?
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Leon Czolgosz, assassin of William McKinley, the 25th President of the United States, was electrocut
Tring Tring - Numerology And Indian History - It is interesting to note that many of the unhappy incidents in Indian History have occurred in years whose sum of the digits adds up to be 4 or 9 . 1948 (4) - Assassination Of Mahatma Gandhi 1962 (9) - China War 1971 (9) - Bangladesh War 1975 (4) - Emergency Declared 1984 (4) - Operation Blue Star and the assassination of Mrs Indira Gandhi "2" The Unfortunate Number for European Kings - Charles II of France was poisoned Richard II of England was murdered Edward II of England was murdered Henry II of England was murdered Henery II of France was killed in a Tournament Geroge II of England died suspiciously "0" And the US Presidents - US presidents elected in the year ending with "0" either face assassination attempts or die in office . 1880 Thomas Jefferson 1820 James Monroe 1840 William Hennry Harrison 1860 Abraham Lincoln 1880 James Garfield 1900 William McKinley 1910 Theodore Roosevelt (Assassination Attempt) 1920 Warren Harding 1940 Franklin Roosevelt 1960 ...
Those that speak out publicly about illuminati don't live long after *Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha): died of food poisoning in the year 483 B.C. , assassination? Muhammad Ibn Abdullah: died on June 8, 632 A.D., suffered for several days with head pain and weakness, probably poisoned at Jaibar. *Capt. William Morgan: disappeared on September 11, 1826, probably killed by Freemasons. *Abraham Lincoln: assassinated on April 15, 1865. Alexander II Nikolaevich: assassinated on March 13, 1881. James Abram Garfield: was shot on July 2 and died on September 19, 1881. William McKinley: was shot on September 5 and died on September 14, 1901. Archduke of Austria Franz Ferdinand: assassinated on June 14, 1914. Augustín Farabundo Martí Rodríguez: assassinated on February 1, 1932. Augusto Nicolás Calderón Sandino: assassinated on February 21, 1934. Huey Pierce Long: assassinated on September 10, 1935. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi: assassinated on January 30, 1948. Inejiro Asanuma: assassinated on October 12, 1960. Patr ...
Clue to the 1st ? . Slightly Less then past President William McKinley face on a US tender
William Mckinley's embalmed entrails will adjudicate melancholia.
Who became president when William McKinley was assassinated?
maybe they were confusing it with the William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum. Yeah I just Googled things in Canton.
Many people think that it's only the working poor who file for personal bankruptcy. Not true. Take a look at this list of notable individuals who have filed for bankruptcy and still managed to go down in history as very successful and famous people. Call Jeff today to discuss your debt settlement or bankruptcy prospects: Look at this list! Many of these people were able to achieve great success after they received debt relief. Are you next? POLITICIANS 1. Abraham Lincoln – filed several times, due to business failures 2. Thomas Jefferson – filed several times, including after leaving office due to large debt 3. Ulysses S. Grant – 18th US President - filed in 1884 after leaving office 4. Daniel Webster – US Secretary of State – 1841 5. George McGovern – US Senator – filed in 1991 after his inn went out of business 6. John Connally – former Texas Governor and Treasury Secretary – filed Chapter 11 in 1987 7. William McKinley – 25th US President 8. J. Fife Symington – G ...
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Matthew Brady (1822-1896) was Abraham Lincoln's favorite photographer. A very talented painter he became interested in photography when Samuel Morse told him about daguerrotype images which first appeared in Paris in 1839. The daguerreotype image is formed on a highly polished silver surface, normally Sheffield plate. He opened his own photography studio in New York in 1844. He has been called "the father of photojournalism" because of the photos he took during the Civil War. The technology to put photos in newspapers did not exist in his lifetime. Halftone photographs on printing presses first appeared in 1897 and it wasn't until the early 20th century that photos in newspapers on a mass scale became possible. Brady photographed 18 of the 19 American Presidents from John Quincy Adams to William McKinley. The exception was the 9th President, William Henry Harrison, who died in office three years before Brady started his Photographic Collection. Here are some photos starting with his earliest known daguer ...
WHO KILLED JAMES A. GARFIELD? Most of the presidents from Ulysses S. Grant to William Mckinley were Civil War veterans and Republicans. The only exception being Grover Cleveland who didn't fight in the war and he was a Democrat. I won't hold that against him because in my mind he was what we would call a good conservative today and was also one of our most honest presidents in American history. He is the only president to serve two terms but not consecutively. James Garfield was born in Ohio on November 19, 1831 and died on September 19, 1881 after being shot by an assassin. He was raised by a widowed mother and came from humble origins. During the Civil War he fought bravely as an officer in the Union Army of the Cumberland and was a man of integrity. Once he was ordered to use his men to capture a runaway slave but he disobeyed orders, telling his commander that he wasn't in the slave hunting business. In the Fall of 1862 he learned that he had been elected to Congress from his district in Ohio but he . ...
THE JEWISH HOUSE OF ROTHSCHILD had lost a fierce battle with President Jackson with regard to keeping their Central Bank. For in 1834, Jackson removed all government deposits from the Rothschild’s “Second Bank of the United States.” A new System of National Banks was established in 1862 eliminating the Jew-controlled Central Bank up through 1901. It was on September 6 1901 that President William McKinley was assassinated through the intrigues of the Rothschilds and their hit-men. With McKinley out of the way, the path to the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 was easily paved through the pawns of Jewish agents of the House of Rothschild. Two such Rothschild agents were the powerful Jewish bankers Jacob Schiff and Max Warburg. President William McKinley was known as a “hard money” man. This was because he advocated a gold standard. Unlike his opponent, William Jennings Bryan, McKinley was against “easy money” with no backing — printed by Jewish lenders at interest to the borrower - namely the US g ...
Speaking of my people, the first President of Irish descent was William McKinley.
Remember how you always said you wanted to be more like former President William McKinley?!? Well he was an SAE!
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William McKinley: Major in the Civil War; Theodore Roosevelt: Lieutenant Colonel in the Spanish-American war;
As far as American presidents go, William McKinley is my faves.
The Men Who Built America On History Channel. They Stole and robbed America. 1896 wasn't that long ago. They bought presidential elections. They threatened voters. They interview CEO's of today. Who fancy themselves as Powerful. If I made millions of dollars A year I would rationalize I was worth it too. All they built was their own Fortunes. They destroyed lives. You robbed us to get rich. You bribed William McKinley And told workers if they don't vote For your candidate, their factory won't be open the day After the election. Why do people who have Nothing have to suffer so you Can have your mind boggling Fortunes. Why do you have to be the DEVIL TO BE ON TOP! Carnegie, Rockefeller You are burning in *** And Satan doesn't accept Cash he takes souls as payment. You should be ashamed instead You feel it's just good business. Good business is when everyone Wins. The saddest part is 120 years later Nothing has changed. Wall Street shut down because Of greed. Didn't we learn anything? If you want to be ric . ...
Noted Civil War Historian and author John M. Priest has written an excellent book titled "Before Antietam: The Battle for South Mountain". The author based the book on the letters, diaries, and personal memoirs of the soldiers in the battle. This battle in September of 1862 occured when the Army of Northern Virginia invaded Maryland when General Robert E. Lee wanted to divert federal troops (Army of the Potomac) away from the Confederate Capital of RIchmond, Virginia. The area of South Mountain is part of the Blue Ridge Mountain Range of Maryland and Pennsylvania. It begins at the Potomac RIver and increases in height and width as it goes northward. It is not a "good area" for battles, yet the battle occured in September 1862. When General Lee's "Special Orders No. 191" were captured by a Union corporal and a 1st Sergeant they were quickly passed to the Army of The Potomac's leading General Geroge McClellan. He believed it was a great stroke of luck and inspired him to make a quick move (unlike his prior ...
This is happening NOW.. When the average citizen is asked to describe the image he carries in his head as to what anarchism stands for, he generally responds with the cartoon stereotype which pictures the anarchist as a wild, bomb-throwing malcontent who possesses no love whatever for the human race or any of the cherished values upon which civilization has been built. Historians and political scientists have been less given to accepting that stereotype without question but even a few of them have added to the confusion that surrounds the anarchist idea by typing at least one wing of anarchist thought as dedicated to violence as a fundamental principle. For example, shortly after the assassination of President William McKinley, it became accepted practice for American political scientists to draw a rigid distinction between philosophical anarchism and anarchist communism on the grounds that the former did not embrace the use of violence whereas the latter did. Thus in 1926 Charles E. Merriam maintained th ...
I finished the book on James Buchanan bringing me from Washington to Grover Cleveland. Starting now on William McKinley. Let me offer this: The reason some presidents where never covered in history is because they were boring and James Buchanan, while having an interesting career was boring. I could not wait to finish the 437 pages. The references to events leading up to the Civil War were already covered in the books about Polk, Taylor, Fillmore and Pierce. Nothing new here. McKinley book is starting off much better.
"Ken" Puckett was a native of The Hollow...and has several relatives living in Ararat area...sympathy sent to his family.. WILLIAM MCKINLEY "KEN" PUCKETT William McKinley "Ken" Puckett, 83, of Troy, NC died Sunday, March 16, 2014 at FirstHealth Moore Regional . A grave...
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-William McKinley: “All a man can hope for during his lifetime is to set an example, and when he is dead, to be an inspiration for history.”
-William McKinley: “I am no longer called the President of a party; I am now the President of the whole people.”
-William McKinley: “Nothing is left for us to do but to put down the rebellion,
-William McKinley: “It is no longer a question of expansion with us, we have expanded… It’s manifest destiny.”
A Daughter of Charity meets with President William McKinley in Long Island in 1898. via
series on Presidents at War looks at William McKinley and the Civil War.
Imagine an episode of Glee in which Team Starkid (including Darren) visits William McKinley High School a …
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Not sure abt William McKinley either, but I do know he was shot, like JFK. So if someone ?? official
William McKinley was the first U.S president to ride in an automobile.
William Jennings Bryan ran against President McKinley in both the election 0f 1896 and 1900.
"‘Buy where you can pay the easiest.' And that spot of earth is where labor wins its highest rewards." -- William McKinley
Ohio Gov. John Kasich was in Niles Monday speaking at the annual Mahoning Valley William McKinley Club...
William McKinley ran for president on the basis of the gold standard.
Fifteen years later... - msjadepaton: …and Marley Rose, an English teacher at William McKinley High School,...
There was just a William McKinley reference on Al Jazeera’s
I make a William McKinley joke in a short about rape. High culture for low-brows!
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James Garfield and william mckinley are the other two presidents assassinated
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Today we booked our stay in Anchorage, flight around Mt. McKinley, cruise around Prince William Sound and suite at Telkeetna Lodge. 97 days!
William mckinley . Temple of music was shot & killed . TOM. Imagine john popper william mckinley the amusement of a big salad . Hello
Submitted by John. I finally figured out why Liberals are so afraid of guns and want them all gone. And you know what, I see their point. To them guns are evil and they are used to kill other people. You know what? They are right about that too. But if you look back into history, you will find that the person that assassinate Lincoln was a liberal democrat, as was the person that shot J F Kennedy. So was the person that shot Martin Luther King, and the guy that shot Reagan. As were the shooters at Columbine, the movie theater and Sandy Hook. It was radical left wingers that shot Bobby Kennedy, William McKinley, and a dumb *** member of the Occupy Movement that fired an AK-47 at Obama's White House. In short, If I were a Liberal Leftest, I would be afraid of guns too. Especially when they were in the hands of other Liberals. I think we could make the country much safer if we just put one more disqualifying question on the gun form "What political party do you identify with, Republican, Democrat, Liberal, C ...
Who's your number one friend? — William McKinley. West side got to him before the cops did and he died eight day...
"I forget what William McKinley looks like sometimes. Is that bad?" —
Except for William McKinley High School, kids sing around everywhere and think people don't notice it
From The American Minute by Bill Federer The Panama Canal Zone was acquired by the U.S. for ten million dollars on FEBRUARY 23, 1904. It was first proposed by Spain as early as 1534 so as to not have to sail around the Strait of Magellan. France began building a sea-level canal in 1880, led by Ferdinand de Lesseps, builder of the Suez Canal. Landslides from tropical rains and the tropical diseases of malaria and yellow fever, which killed 25,000, caused France to abandon the effort. After the Spanish-American War, Dr. Walter Reed of the U.S. Army researched in Cuba in 1899 and confirmed the discovery of Dr. Carlos Finlay, that malaria and yellow fever were carried by mosquitoes. With this knowledge, public sanitation measures were developed which made construction of a canal in Panama more attainable. In 1903, the United States helped Panama gain its independence from Columbia. The Panama Canal was planned by President William McKinley, with the actual construction beginning under President Theodore Roose ...
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Barack Obama, President of the United Snakes of America will be assassinated before the end of his term of office, just like Abraham Lincoln, James A Garfield, William McKinley & John F Kennedy.
William McKinley stood strong and led America to a triumphant victory in our war with Spain. It gave us territory and international prestige
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The main characters from The Wonder Years, Freaks and Geeks, and Glee all went to/go to William McKinley High School
"We are all going." . -President William McKinley's last words.
being taught by William McKinley Dyer beginning THIS Friday at the brick building called: Liberty...
William McKinley is a very nice man. It is very different from being in the navy! It is not a bad change. It is just a hard job.
I am now leaving the navy, Because I was nominated for Vice president by William McKinley! this is exciting!
William McKinley Branch was the nation's first black probate judge. His journey started in the 1960’s, when he was spiritually led back to Alabama from Illinois, despite his offers to pastor church...
January 29th marked the 171th anniversary of President William McKinley's birth! A day to celebrate William!
Never forgotten love you William McKinley Kearse my Dad always thanks 4 showing me how 2 b a man
George W Bush was a tyrant. George HW Bush was a tyrant. Ronald Reagan was a tyrant Gerald Ford was a tyrant. Richard Nixon was a tyrant. Eisenhower was a tyrant Herbert Hoover was a tyrant. Warren G. Harding was a tyrant. William McKinley was a tyrant. Abraham Lincoln was a tyrant. Calvin Coolidge was a tyrant. William H. Taft was a tyrant. Grant was a tyrant. Benjamin Harrison was a tyrant. Garfield was a tyrant. Chester Arthur was a tyrant. Jon Falk See??? You're gut was wrong about anarchists.
William McKinley High is in Michigan on Freaks and Geeks and in Ohio on Glee
"The ideals of yesterday are the truths of today"-William McKinley
week! William McKinley was considered "tech savvy" thanks to the use of what during his campaign?
On Presidents Day, why do we always see ads that feature George Washington or Abraham Lincoln, singing the blues for a car dealer or selling mattresses? Why not Herbert Hoover, William McKinley or "Silent" Calvin Coolidge? Or at least Teddy Roosevelt or Ulysses S. Grant whose faces may be more familiar? Not to mention any president since Truman.
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“Our faith teaches that there is no safer reliance than upon the God of our fathers, who has so singularly favored the American people in every national trial, and who will not forsake us so long as we obey His commandments and walk humbly in His footsteps." — William McKinley, Inaugural Address, March 4, 1897
SUNDAY: More details have emerged since Franklin County auditor Clarence Mingo joined us on Capitol Square in December to answer questions regarding sexual harassment charges in his office. A letter that appears to ask for a payoff in order to drop the allegations has been obtained by 10 investigates. Paul Aker sat down with Mingo this week to discuss that letter and he joins us to discuss it. In his annual State of the City address this week mayor Michael Coleman announced that Columbus is actively pursuing a national political convention in 2016. We’ll hear from the mayor and learn more about those efforts. Plus, governor John Kasich is set to deliver his annual State of the State address Monday night. Joe Vardon from the Columbus Dispatch joins us with a preview. We’ll also have some new polling data from the race for governor. Tributes to William McKinley appear all around Columbus, but how much do we really know about the former president? Then our strategists, Brian Rothenberg and Terr ...
The Beginning When war broke out in the Philippines, some 300 Philippine Military Academy and ROTC cadets, unable to join the USAFEE units because of their youth, banded themselves together with a common desire to contribute to the war effort throughout the Bataan campaign. The "ROTC lads", as they were referred to, did their bit to protect the civilians and to assist the USAFEE forces by way of intelligence and propaganda. After surrender of American and Philippine forces on Bataan, and organized resistance ceased, the entire group went up to the Antipolo mountains, bringing with them arms secured from civilians and USAFEE stragglers, and began calling themselves the Hunters. The Hunters originally conducted operations with another guerrilla group called Marking's Guerrillas, with whom they went about liquidating Japanese spies. Led by Miguel Ver, a PMA cadet, the Hunters raided the enemy-occupied Union College in Manila and siezed 130 Enfield rifles. Re-organization The organization almost broke up when ...
Santana Lopez, a cheerleading devil, scampered around the hallways of William Mckinley Highschool, occasionally stealing a look at Noah Puckerman and Finn Hudson - The hot "enough," football players. As Santana imagined the intimacy, she spotted Rachel Berry. Her nose crinkled in digust. She could almost hear her loud complaints and her dramatic tears that nobody could ever rise above. The latina soon acknowleged that Berry was staring at at the the two whom Santana was, and of course, being Satan Lopez, she had to act upon it.
"US presidents who have been assassinated: Abraham Lincoln in 1865, James A. Garfield in 1881, William H. McKinley in 1901
'Grover Cleveland urged supporters to work for McKinley’s election, not (William Jennings) Bryan’s' -
Omission of Kindness ~ Paul F. Boller, Jr., Presidential Anecdotes "William McKinley, the 25th U.S. president, once had to choose between two equally qualified men for a key job. He puzzled over the choice until he remembered a long-ago incident. On a rainy night, McKinley had boarded a crowded streetcar. One of the men he was now considering had also been aboard, though he didn’t see McKinley. Then an old woman carrying a basket of laundry struggled into the car, looking in vain for a seat. The job candidate pretended not to see her and kept his seat. McKinley gave up his seat to help her. Remembering the episode which he called ‘this little omission of kindness,’ McKinley decided against the man on the streetcar. Our decisions – even the small, fleeting ones – tell a lot about us."
he's no William McKinley that's for sure
Two Presidents and A Bucket of Coffee An Amazing Fact: In September 1862, Confederate General Robert E. Lee made his greatest effort to carry the Civil War into the North. This climaxed with the Battle of Antietam, which became the bloodiest and perhaps the most decisive battle in the War Between the States. On the morning of September 17, a Union commander named Colonel Hayes ordered his men to the firing line before sunrise and without breakfast. It was crucial that they prevent the advance of the Confederate army from crossing into the North. By afternoon the soldiers were exhausted and famished. A 19-year-old mess sergeant, known as Billy, took pity on the hungry men and loaded up a wagon with buckets of coffee and food rations. He then drove the wagon under fire to reach the men. The famished soldiers, surprised and grateful for the food, sent up a loud cheer for Billy. They wolfed down the food and then turned back to the fight with renewed strength.When Colonel Hayes learned what Billy had done for ...
New York Governor Teddy Roosevelt greets the public in 1900 at Bushnell, Illinois on his campaign for Vice President of the United States, running with incumbent President William McKinley. Roosevelt was a replacement on the Republican ticket for Vice President Garret Hobart, who died in office in 1899. President McKinley went on to win the election, but after his assassination in 1901 Vice President Theodore Roosevelt was inaugurated to take his place. President Roosevelt won the next election, and was in office until 1909.
“We are all going” - the last words of William McKinley
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One guy who deserves a Straussian reading looking for secret messages is George Will. He was on Jesse Helms' staff when he became a journalist, and if you connect the dots between all the things he's casually thrown out here and there, it's pretty clear that he believes in a restricted franchise (property requirement or literacy test), the outlawing of unions, severe police repression of dissent, resegregation, and an end to most government regulation. In short, William McKinley with low tariffs.
Jesus is the better David, the Lord of Lords. Gather with us on Sunday to hear why. 10:30AM // William McKinley School - 90 Warren Ave
The assassination of a prime minister is not a personal issue. its a sovereign issue. its not a state issue or one political party issue. its a sovereign issue. a country that is still thinking about what to do about those who assassinated its prime minister is intrinsically weak. the idea that India not only has allowed the conspirators to live and to live for 23 years shows how weak we truly are. that we do not punish those who transgress against us. the US saw 4 of its presidents assassinated. two of them - President James Garfield in July 2, 1881, Charles J. Guiteau was convicted of murder and hanged on June 30, 1882. Conspirator executed within 1 year. President William McKinley in September 6, 1901, Leon Czolgosz was convicted of the murder and electrocuted on October 29, 1901. Conspirator executed within 2 months. Rajiv Gandhi assassinated on May 21, 1991 - conspirators to be freed. this was a time when Rahul Gandhi should have shown some teeth. that the killers wont go free. that they will rot in ...
March Madness is only a few weeks away! Help support William McKinley Chapter of Canton, Ohio by participating in their 3rd Annual March Madness Bracket Buster Challenge! The cost is $20 per bracket and cash prizes will be awarded to the Top 3 brackets. Contact Bill Poulos or Anthony Antoniades to sign up or if you have any questions.
series on Presidents and their advisers looks at William McKinley and Mark Hanna
The William McKinley Museum. this is where President McKinley and his wife's remains are kept in…
Early life Born in Chicopee Falls, then part of Springfield, Massachusetts, MacArthur was the father of General Douglas MacArthur, as well as Arthur MacArthur III, a captain in the Navy who was awarded the Navy Cross in World War I. His own father, Arthur MacArthur, Sr., was the fourth governor of Wisconsin (albeit for only four days) and a judge in Milwaukee. Civil War At the outbreak of the Civil War, MacArthur was living in Wisconsin. On August 4, 1862, at the age of 17, he was commissioned as a first lieutenant and appointed as adjutant of the 24th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment, seeing action at Chickamauga, Stones River, Chattanooga, the Atlanta Campaign and Franklin. At the Battle of Missionary Ridge on November 25, 1863 during the Chattanooga Campaign, the 18-year-old MacArthur inspired his regiment by seizing and planting the regimental flag on the crest of Missionary Ridge 35°1′7.15″N 85°15′51.02″W at a particularly critical moment, shouting "On Wisconsin." For th ...
John F. Kennedy, James A. Garfield, William Mckinley, and John F. Kennedy. All good men and honorable presidents, two of them being some of the greatest leaders this country have ever had! And all of them assassinated in office because people didn't believe in the way they were leading this nation. I don't wish it to happen to any man I just don't see how Obama is able to get away with wiping his *** with our constitution and not a single citizen of this great nation will hold him accountable. Instead if impeaching him we praise him. It scares me to death to think of the direction this country is going. Since when did the Constitution, the document that allows this country to be free, become outdated? For those of you that believe it don't apply to modern times then you can no longer practice freedom of speech, OR freedom of press, OR even freedom of religion. If you say the second amendment is outdated and is no longer relevant then neither are any of the others! IT'S TIME TO WAKE UP AMERICA!!! Hold Obam ...
William McKinley gave me faith in humanity though
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in 1900, William McKinley places Samoa and nearby islands under Department.
GLT Fun fact of the day. The 25th President William McKinley was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon from...
On February 14, 1879, Republican Senator Blanche Kelso Bruce became the first black man to preside over the U. S. Senate . Senator Bruce, who was born a slave in Virginia, was also the first black man to serve a full term in the U.S. Senate. After the Civil War, Bruce worked as a steamboat porter along the Mississippi River. During that time, he met Republican leaders that encouraged him to get into politics. He was also appointed Register of the U.S. Treasury by Republican President William McKinley. Congressman John Roy Lynch, of Mississippi, wrote about Bruce in his autobiography and described him as "...one of the strongest and most influential colored men that our country has ever produced. He was courteous, respectful, dignified, yet bold, outspoken, and aggressive in the advocacy and defense of what he believed to be right. He enjoyed and merited the unlimited confidence of his own people and the respect and favorable opinion of all who had the good fortune to know him without regard to race or pol ...
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William McKinley actually visited Chautauqua while he was Governor of Ohio, a few years prior to his assisination.
The two US Presidents to serve in the Kanawha Division during the Civil War should be familiar to all St Albans residents (St Albanites? St Albanians?): Rutherford B Hayes and William McKinley.
"William McKinley... whose greatest contribution to America is getting shot." -my American Politics professor
Great film of President William McKinley heading to the in 1901. I worked in college.
Years ago, I went to Canton, Ohio, to visit the William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum. I was all alone in one room, looking at the exhibits, when the mannequin of Ida McKinley - which I was unaware was animatronic - started talking. Scared the willies out of me!
Sky's POV It was a normal day at William McKinley High and I sat in class and I was bored. I had finished all my work early and was now reading a book when the principle walked in with a new boy. He was beautiful. "This is Joshua Maverick he is a new student" The principle said. I thought he was so beautiful. xaasnna pvov Zasnna sawa teh nswe bwoey aned eshe sahis "wow ei best eh wold bes a god gesll lcuib embers baest fiernd skey" "Geurl yeahas" Sky agreed SKY'S POV Sky kept gazing at Joshua's beauty ignoring the mentally ill child next to him. "Sup." Joshusa said shrugging his lovely shoulders as a cool and mysteriouss leather coat ensemble draped his beautiful body. Joshua sat in the left back corner and propped his feet up in the basket in front of him. It was so very cool. zanaase psov Xanana wass a gsoosd gierl duregin classse and wesh wasd accited foer geels glcub xeanna wass agood soinger andasx wwaented teo sigen brietny sogns Sky's POV After class I went to the Glee club and I was shocked to see ...
Our prayers are with the family of Nellie Puckett Easter. Mrs. Nellie Irene Puckett Easter, 92, of 211 Hawks Drive, Cana, VA, passed away early Tuesday morning, February 18, 2014, at Golden Living Center-Blue Ridge in Galax, VA. Mrs. Easter was born April 4, 1921, in West Virginia, the daughter of the late Everett G. “E.G.” and Cora Bowman Puckett. Nellie worked as a cafeteria worker at Saint Paul Elementary School for many years and later retired from Spencer’s Inc. She was a member of Flat Ridge Baptist Church. She is survived by two sons and a daughter-in-law, Douglas Easter of Dobson and Franklin and Emily Easter of Ararat, VA; a granddaughter and her husband, Amy Marie and Michael Edwards of Mount Airy; two great-grandchildren, Cheyenne Edwards and Dakota Edwards, both of Mount Airy; four sisters and a brother-in-law, Eunice P. Puckett of West End, Inez Puckett Hall of Biscoe, Lucille Puckett Britt of Star, and Louisa P. and Reid Freeman of Eagle Springs; three brothers and a sister-in-law, Wil ...
Another busy holiday day today! Thank you again to our volunteers for stepping up and helping out during these 4 days of over 4,800 visitors total. That's 4 Grover Clevelands, 1 William McKinley, 6 Ulysses S. Grants, 4 Andrew Jacksons and some Lincoln pennies in change. THANK YOU!
The answer to yesterday's question is Theodore Roosevelt. He was 42 when he took over for William McKinley
President William McKinley, 25th President of the United States, Masonic Record: He was made a Mason in Hiram Lodge No.21, of Winchester, Virginia. He was elected and initiated May 1st; passed May 2nd; and raised May 3 rd, 1865. He demitted the same day he was raised, affiliating with Canton Lodge No.60, of Canton, Ohio, August 21, 1867, Only to become a Charter member on June 2, 1869, of Eagle Lodge No.431, of the same city, which afterwards changed its name to William McKinley Lodge No.431. He received the Royal Arch Degree in Canton Chapter No.84, December 28, 1883; was made a Knight Templar in Canton Commandery No.38, December 23, 1884; elected a Life Member of Washington Commandery No.1, D.C. December 23, 1896, and became an Honorary Member of the Illinois Masonic Veteran Association, October 26, 1898
trivia: William McKinley was the first president to visit L.A. in 1901.
William McKinley . 1897-1901. 25th President. The third president that was assassinated.
William McKinley the imperialist President who was able to get the United States Hawaii, Puerto…
William McKinley 25th president the 1rst president 2 ride in an automobile "electric ambulance" after being shot 2x. died 8 days later
William McKinley was the first president named after a mountain.
In commemoration of Presidents' Day lets not forget our own: Leon Czolgosz, a steelworker who assassinated President William McKinley. Thank you and may you rest in power, Czolgosz.
William McKinley: Only President between 1869 and 1913 who didn't have facial hair. No one's had any since.
Some Presidential Trivia for Presidents Day: At 43, John F. Kennedy was the youngest man ever elected President, but Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest man to serve as President--he was 42 when he took the office after the assassination of William McKinley.
He also once said that other former President William McKinley had a backbone like a chocolate eclair.
Happy President's Day! Which one of these men was not a US President: Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Chester Arthur, or William McKinley?
ANSWERS TO OUR QUIZ! 1) a. Martin Van Buren, the eighth president. The previous presidents were born as British subjects. 2) c. You’d think it was Monroe but it was his secretary of state, John Quincy Adams. 3) d. Teddy Roosevelt was the youngest serving president, assuming the job at the age of 42 in 1901 when President William McKinley was assassinated. Kennedy, at 43, was the youngest to be elected, in 1960. 4) a. William Howard Taft, the 27th president, from 1909–1913, served as chief justice from 1921-1930. He was also dean of the University of Cincinnati Law School and U.S. secretary of war. 5) John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. 6) c. Eisenhower. 7) d. Lincoln was 56 when he died on April 15th, 1865. 8) b. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, on April 30, 1939, at the opening of the World’s Fair in New York. 9) Presidents who were assassinated: Abraham Lincoln (1865), James Garfield (1881), William McKinley (1901), John F. Kennedy (1963). Presidents who survived assassination attempts: Andrew Jackson (183 ...
Happy President'S DAY! Did you know that 35 of the 44 presidents sported skin art? The most famous tattoo involved a small eagle holding a broad sword (demonstrated in the first source) fighting Jack "Galveston Giant" Johnson. Additionally, several presidential tattoos stand out: Andrew Jackson sported a tomahawk that ran the length of the inside of his left leg; James K. Polk is historically known to be the first white man to have a Chinese character as a tattoo (the symbol for "eager"); James Buchanan with a scantily-clad brunette on his chest as well as the acronym "BFL" in six inch lettering on his abdomen (BFL standing for "bachelor for life"); and William McKinley with a cartoon representation of himself as the Monopoly man carrying a bulging sack with a $ symbol. Fun tattoo fact for today. Remember, this week we are running a special, 40$ off on any tattoo that you want, (or need ;-) ) covered up!
William McKinley was the last Civil War vet to be president
Happy President's Day! Fun fact: William McKinley was the 1st presidential candidate to campaign using the telephone.
School on President's Day? William McKinley didn't die for this.
My favorite president is Martin Van Buren. My second is William McKinley.
Why do we have school tomorrow . Abe Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley, and John F. Kennedy did not die for this
Robert Todd Lincoln, son of President Abraham Lincoln, was present at both Presidents James Garfield and William Mckinley's assassinations
The fourth US President to visit Chautauqua was William Mckinley! Great job to everyone who guessed correctly!
Today, February 15th, in the year 1898, the U.S.S. Maine blew up in Havana Harbor. President William McKinley approved the Joint Resolution of Congress, which stated: “The abhorrent conditions which have existed for more than three years in the island of Cuba… have been a disgrace to Christian civilization, culminating, as they have, in the destruction of a United States battle ship with 266 of its officers and crew, while on a friendly visit in the harbor of Havana… Therefore, Resolved by… Congress assembled… That the people of the island of Cuba are and of a right ought to be free.” * Bill Federer, American Minute (St. Louis, MO: Amerisearch, Inc., 2003).
1st United States President on film: William McKinley at Home
Andrew McConnell January Cochran (February 4, 1854 – June 12, 1934) was a United States federal judge. Born in Maysville, Kentucky, Cochran received an A.B. from Centre College in 1873 and an LL.B. from Harvard Law School in 1877. He was in private practice in Maysville, Kentucky from 1877 to 1901. On April 24, 1901, Cochran received a recess appointment from William McKinley to a new seat on the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky created by 31 Stat. 781. Formally nominated on December 5, 1901, he was confirmed by the United States Senate on December 17, 1901, and received his commission the same day. Cochran served until his death, in 1934.
This Day in History - February 10th, 1890: Author and poet Boris Pasternak was born in Moscow, Russia. "Boris Pasternak was a Russian poet and novelist whose Doctor Zhivago helped win him the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1958, but it was a controversial work in Russia. Pasternak’s main livelihood was translating, and his work included renderings of William Shakespeare, among others. In 1987 the Union of Soviet Writers posthumously reinstated Pasternak, giving him legitimacy in his home country." --Bio. 1930: Author E.L. Konigsburg was born in New York. "Elaine Lobl Konigsburg was an American author and illustrator of children's books and young adult fiction. She was the only author to win the Newbery Medal and a Newbery Honor in the same year (1968), with her second and first books respectively: From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler and Jennifer, Hecate, Macbeth, William McKinley, and Me, Elizabeth. Kongisburg won a second Newbery Medal in 1997 for The View from Saturday, 29 years later, ...
February 4, 1899 - The Philippine Insurrection and the 1st South Dakota Infantry Regiment On Feb. 4, 1899 the Philippine Insurrection began. How did the South Dakota National Guard find itself fighting in the Philippines? It began when the U.S. declared war on the Kingdom of Spain on April 24, 1998. President McKinley wrote, “Now therefore I, William McKinley, President of the United States, by virtue of the power vested in me by the constitution and the laws, and deeming sufficient occasion to exist, have thought it fit to call forth, and hereby do call forth, volunteers of the aggregate number of 125,000, the same to be apportioned among the several states and territories according to population, and to serve for two years, unless sooner discharged.” Of this number South Dakota’s portion was to be 1,000 volunteers. There were 1,026 members of the 1st South Dakota Infantry Regiment at the time, all of them volunteered. The artillery battery at Clark, armed with obsolete cannon, was refused by the W ...
Well - Thomas Paine, William McKinley, Oprah Winfrey, and Adam Lambert all shared my birthday ... BUT mine was way better thanks to Misty and my kids! Love you guys! Thanks for all the Birthday wishes everyone!
Chicago Daily Tribune ON JANUARY 29 ... In 1820 Britain’s King George III died at Windsor Castle, ending a reign that had seen both the American and French revolutions. In 1843 the 25th U.S. president, William McKinley, was born in Niles, Ohio. In 1845 Edgar Allan Poe’s poem “The Raven” was first published, in the New York Evening Mirror. In 1850 Henry Clay introduced in the Senate a compromise bill on slavery that included the admission of California into the Union as a free state. In 1861 Kansas became the 34th state of the Union. In 1880 comedian W.C. Fields was born William Claude Dukenfield in Philadelphia. In 1900 baseball’s original American League was organized with teams in Chicago, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Detroit, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Minneapolis and Buffalo. n 1936 Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Walter Johnson, Christy Mathewson and Honus Wagner became the first players to be voted into the new Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. In 1954 television talk show personality, entrepreneur ...
After being shot by assassin Leon Czolgosz, William McKinley yelled "Don't let them hurt him!" to the throng of people subd…
This Week in History (26 January-1 February): SUNDAY: 1788 Australia Day; 1861 Louisiana secedes from the Union; 1863 Joseph Hooker relieves Ambrose Burnside’s command of the Army of the Potomac; 1975 Soviets liberate Auschwitz MONDAY: 1785 Georgia incorporates the first state university; 1888 National Geographic Society is founded; 1943 Americans bomb Germans for the first time; 1973 US officially ends participation in a Cold War conflict TUESDAY: 1959 Vince Lombardi hired as Packers coach; 1986 Challenger explodes WEDNESDAY: 1820 King George III dies; 1843 Pres. William McKinley is born; 1845 “The Raven” is published; 1861 Kansas enters the Union as a free state; 1936 US Baseball Hall of Fame elects first members; 1962 Peter, Paul and Mary sign their first recording contract THURSDAY: 1781 Maryland ratifies the Articles of Confederation; 1835 Pres. Jackson survives first assassination attempt on a presidential person; 1882 Pres. FD Roosevelt is born; 1933 Hitler is named chance ...
my top 10 US Presidents. Just because it's halftime and I'm waiting for the game to resume.10. John Tyler - He annexed TX. 9. Dwight Eisenhower - He ushered in prosperity after WW2. 8. James Monroe - most brilliant in foreign affairs. 7. Calvin Coolidge - he is the inspiration for small government conservatives. 6. Ronald Reagan - ended the cold war. 5. Grover Cleveland - He vetoed proposed Federal subsidies 4. William McKinley - He won a war and maintained the gold standard 3. Thomas Jefferson - he was the anti John Adams 2. Abraham Lincoln - the one with the guts in his era to end slavery. 1. George Washington - he set the standard. Ok...game's back on.
The homepage of my Internet provider mentioned that today marks the 94th anniversary of former President Theodore Roosevelt's passing. Roosevelt, who's life race ended at 60, was a great President. He became President when William McKinley was assassinated in 1901 and remained so until 1909. But I submit to you that another President, who passed away yesterday, also at age 60, at least deserved to have the 81st anniversary of his passing mentioned. That President is Calvin Coolidge, a stern New Englander, who was President from 1923 to 1929. Like Roosevelt, he became President when another President passed away, in this case Warren Harding, who died of a heart attack. Ironically, both Harding and McKinley were from Ohio... Among other things, President Coolidge was the first President to appear on a sound film. In 1924, when he campaigned for re-election and, in a sound experiment, a guy named Lee DeForest filmed him giving a speech. President Coolidge, who sounded a bit like comedian Wally Cox when he ta ...
William McKinley is a close relative to George Clooney's Batman. WM is my favorite historical character to make lies about.
Today In Black History • January 5, 1869 Matilda Sissieretta Joyner Jones, opera soprano and businesswoman, was born in Portsmouth, Virginia but raised in Providence, Rhode Island. Jones began her formal study of music at the Providence Academy of Music in 1883 and in the late 1880s studied at the New England Conservatory of Music. She made her New York City debut in 1888 and made successful tours of the Caribbean that year and in 1892. On June 15, 1892, Jones became the first African American to sing at the Music Hall in New York (now Carnegie Hall). She also performed for Presidents Benjamin Harrison, Grover Cleveland, William McKinley, and Theodore Roosevelt. By 1896, Jones found that access to most American classical concert hall was limited by her race and therefore she formed the Black Patti Troubadours, a variety act made up of singers, jugglers, comedians, and dancers. The revue was successful enough to provide Jones an income in excess of $20,000. Jones retired from performing in 1915. She died ...
This is the kind of idiocy we need to get the *** away from. A quote from another page: "Five US Presidents who sought to abolish the private-owned Federal Reserve Bank were assassinated: 1) Andrew Jackson (Survived); 2) Abraham Lincoln; 3) James Garfield; 4) William McKinley; 5) John Kennedy." Andrew Jackson had no objection to the idea of a national bank, except that the manager Nicholas Biddle would not ease credit enough to support Jackson's land speculator friends. And in any case, it wasn't the federal reserve and it was not privately owned. It was a government-private partnership. During the Lincoln, Garfield and McKinley administrations there was no Federal Reserve and there was no National Bank at all. They had exactly the unregulated economy many people want to see, with the predictable panics and economic instability. Not only did Kennedy not oppose the Federal Reserve, but EO 10 on which this conspiracy theory is based actually gave MORE power to the Federal Reserve because its intention ...
The derivation of the term "Goldbug" has its roots in the Republican National Convention, which was held in St. Louis on June 16, 1896, when William McKinley, then governor of Ohio, was nominated for President on the gold-standard platform. On this momentous occasion, the followers of McKinley, known as McKinleyites, held a parade, in which they wore black pants and gold velvet coats. Because of the principle for which they stood, and the clothes that they wore, these paraders were called, "Goldbugs." When McKinley High School adopted the colors of black and gold, recollections of the original McKinley Goldbugs germinated in the minds of those who remembered the days of the late President McKinley. Thus, McKinley High School became known as the home of the Goldbugs and that we, the students, are referred to as Goldbugs.
100 years ago William McKinley was president
-- THE GREAT WAR'S OMINOUS ECHOS -- Oxford, England — Earlier this year, I was on holiday in Corsica and wandered into the church of a tiny hamlet in the hills where I found a memorial to the dead from World War I. Out of a population that can have been no more than 150, eight young men, bearing among them only three last names, had died in that conflict. Such lists can be found all over Europe, in great cities and in small villages. Similar memorials are spread around the globe, for the Great War, as it was known before 1940, also drew soldiers from Asia, Africa and North America. World War I still haunts us, partly because of the sheer scale of the carnage — 10 million combatants killed and many more wounded. Countless civilians lost their lives, too, whether through military action, starvation or disease. Whole empires were destroyed and societies brutalized. But there’s another reason the war continues to haunt us: we still cannot agree on why it happened. Was it caused by the overweening ambi . ...
IMPORTANT BIOGRAPHY OF THE ZIONISTS AND MASTER PLANS TO CONTROL THE WORLD . A Chronology of the Zionist Master Plan for World Domination Virtually all of the items included in this chronology are direct quotations from Zionists or from their books. At the end of this article there will be listed the various books, their authors, the publishing firms and the dates of publication. I. B. means "International Banker," A. M. means "American Mercury," p. means "page," MMM means 'Money Made Mysterious." 1896 Theodor Herzl published "The Jewish State." It became the Zionists' bible. The following exact quotes are from Herzl's book: 1. "When we sink, we become a revolutionary proletariat, the subordinate officers of all revolutionary parties; at the same time, when we rise, there rises also our terrible power of the purse." p.10. 2. " . . . the longer Anti-Semitism lies in abeyance the more fiercely will it break out." p. 4. 3."Universal brotherhood is not even a beautiful dream. Antagonism is essential to man's g ...
William McKinley was the first US president to ride in an electric car. Unfortunately, it was the ambulance that took him to the hospital after he'd been shot by an assassin.
Since then the congressional delegation from William McKinley's home state of Louisiana
21 December 1898 US Forces Occupy The Philippines The USA claims the Philippines as a "ceded territory" and takes control using military force. In 1898, US President William McKinley claimed the Philippines as "ceded" to the USA, and ordered the US army to use force to take over the country. Filipino fighters resisted the Americans, however, and the American War In The Philippines began. More than 120,000 American soldiers fought and at least 4,200 were killed. Over 16,000 Filipino fighters were killed and over 200,000 civilians died during the war, mostly from famine and disease. The struggle continued until the Filipinos were finally defeated in 1902. The US occupation that followed lasted until the Republic of the Philippines was established in 1946.
Elena got me hooked on "Glee" and, while it's a great show, I feel sorry for the guys in the house band. What are they, house elves? Don't they have lives? Is William McKinley High School the musician's equivalent of "The Flying Dutchman?"
Historical fact about the Denver DA's office: Greeley Whitford, after serving as Denver District Attorney from 1895 to 1896, was appointed United States Attorney for Colorado by President William McKinley.
UB makes me think the curse of William McKinley is real
Can my college graduation be like William McKinley's or?
Im a cousin to William McKinley.. HE was Assainated too, just like JFK..
TERRORISM IS NOT MUSLIM MONOPOLY Today there is a statement, which is being repeatedly bombarded, especially in the western media and that statement is:- "All Muslims are not Terrorist, but all Terrorist are Muslims." But here are the historical records on terrorist attacks that speak a different picture:- 19th century- We hardly find any terrorist attacks done by Muslims 1881 – Tsar Alexander was assassinated in a Bomb Blast. He was travelingin a bulletproof carriage in St. Pietersburg Street. The first bomb kills innocent 21 bystanders. The second bomb killed him while he was stepping out of the car. He was killed by Ignacy Hryniewiecki.He was Anarchists. 1886 – Bomb Blast at Haymarket Square, Chicago, during a labour rally. 12 people were killed; one among them was a policeman. Seven policemen were injured and they died in the hospital. The people responsible were 8 Anarchists all of them were non-Muslims. 6 September 1901 – The US President, William McKinley, was shot twice by an Anarchist named ...
William McKinley got screwed. We know every other president who was assassinated was and their assassin except for his
I want the official william mckinley highschool yearbook for christmas, someone give it to me
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