swp <Stephen.W.Perry@gmail.com>: Nov 11 06:58AM -0800
On Wednesday, November 9, 2016 at 10:20:38 AM UTC-5, Dan Blum wrote: > the MGM Grand, the latter of which he built after purchasing the MGM > movie studio. He also invested heavily in the auto industry and tried > to take over Chrysler in the mid-90s.
> changed over time but I am pretty sure she has always been a childhood > friend of Clark Kent and/or Superboy in Smallville. Sometimes she has > still been his friend as an adult.
> and associates were doing; since she was married to a prominent member > of Nixon's Cabinet, many of these things turned out to be true. In > particular her husband served 19 months in prison.
> to concentrate on his One Laptop Per Child organization. He has > invested in many startups including Wired magazine, in which he was > the first investor.
> were published under pseudonyms, by far the most common of which was > <answer 5>. He also edited his own magazine, <answer 5>'s Magazine: > Our Boys and Girls, which was extremely popular.
> she shifted somewhat from traditional pop to country over the > years. Her signature song was "Tennessee Waltz." She is much better > known by her professional name, which is <answer 6>.
> Inspector Wexford, plus many other non-series novels, primarily also > about crime. Some of the latter were published under the pseudonym > Barbara Vine.
> early 19th centuries. She primarily played in tragedies; her signature > role was Lady Macbeth. A portrait of her by Sir Joshua Reynolds is > featured in the movie All About Eve.
> roads, leading to his being nicknamed "Colossus of Roads" by Robert > Southey. He was the first president of he Institution of Civil > Engineers.
> 2000s became best-known for his roles in comedies, which include Old > School, Dodgeball, and The Wedding Crashers. He appeared on the second > season of True Detective on HBO.
p.s. I voted for president donald trump, not because I am against the lies and corruption of the clintons, rather because I am for his policies of inclusiveness and respect for law and order. if you still have blinders on, please go read http://blog.dilbert.com/ to see how robert cialdini was used to manipulate you.
Gareth Owen <firstname.lastname@example.org>: Nov 11 06:49PM
>> of Nixon's Cabinet, many of these things turned out to be true. In >> particular her husband served 19 months in prison.
> martha mitchell
I have Margaret Mitchell syndrome. It just means that, frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn.
Erland Sommarskog <email@example.com>: Nov 11 08:11PM +0100
> policies of inclusiveness and respect for law and order. if you still > have blinders on, please go read http://blog.dilbert.com/ to see how > robert cialdini was used to manipulate you.
This is entirely off-topic for this newsgroup and you know that.