Zoddity is finished! Coming June 13, 2015

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It’s about time!  Since early 2011, after completing the Zetacide Vol 4 CD and resting for a few weeks, I ventured out on creating the next actual album.  The first song was “Got My Back” when I purchased the Apogee One to help recording into the computer to rely a little less on the sound […]

Louisiana Teacher Accused Of 9-HOUR THREESOME With Teen Gets No Jail Time For OTHER Illicit Sex

Shelley Dufresne and Rachel Respess seen in undated photos released by the Kenner Police Department in Kenner, Louisiana

One of the two blonde English teachers in small-town Louisiana arrested for having sex with the same then-16-year-old male student pleaded guilty to obscenity on Thursday and has thus far avoided prison time. She won’t even have to register as a sex offender. That’s the good news for the former teacher, Shelley S. Dufresne, reports […]

Two California teachers had sex with high school students at beach party: police

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Allegations surfaced Friday that Melody Lippert, 38, and Michelle Ghirelli, 30, both teachers at South Hills High School had sex with students at an alcohol-fueled party at San Clemente State Beach in December. BY Nicole Hensley Two California teachers had sex with high school students at a beach party, authorities have alleged. Both Melody Lippert, […]

Tusk (2014)

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Tusk (2014) What do you say about a movie recommended to you that includes an old man in an empty house who is filled with all kinds of bizarre life stories? One of which is when he was younger and stuck on an island with only a walrus he named “Mr. Tusk”. Well, switch over […]

Furious 7 (2015)

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Furious 7 (2015) See…You can’t simply walk into a movie theater during a Fast & Furious franchise flick and expect Shawshank Redemption Part 2. You have to expect some corniness, one-liners, and off-the wall directing style. That said, this flick was a thrill ride from start to finish. Over two hours long, this episode in […]

Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)

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Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) If you’ve made it through the first three Transformer movies, then why not just go out and power through this latest installment? I mean, you’ve made it this far, right? This new one adds some new elements story-wise that keep you interested for a while. It’s five years in the […]

William Grant Still

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William Grant Still,  (born May 11, 1895, Woodville, Miss., U.S.—died Dec. 3, 1978, Los Angeles), American composer and conductor, and the first black to conduct a professional symphony orchestra in the United States. Though a prolific composer of operas, ballets, symphonies, and other works, he was best known for his Afro-American Symphony (1931). Still was brought up by his […]

Muhammad Ali

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Muhammad Ali’s Early Years and Amateur Career Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr., the elder son of Cassius Marcellus Clay Sr. (1912-1990) and Odessa Grady Clay (1917-1994), was born on January 17, 1942, in Louisville, Kentucky. It was a red-and-white Schwinn that steered the future heavyweight champion to the sport of boxing. When his beloved bicycle was […]

Ellen and William Craft

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William and Ellen Craft’s daring escape from slavery in 1848 made them famous throughout antebellum America, heroes in the eyes of abolitionists and criminals in the eyes of slavery supporters. The unusual circumstances of their flight to freedom were a major factor in their celebrity. Ellen, so light-skinned as to be nearly white, disguised herself […]

Duke Ellington

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Edward Kennedy “Duke” Ellington was the most prolific composer of the twentieth century in terms of both number of compositions and variety of forms. His development was one of the most spectacular in the history of music, underscored by more than fifty years of sustained achievement as an artist and an entertainer. He is considered […]

Crispus Attucks

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In 1770, Crispus Attucks, a black man, became the first casualty of the American Revolution when he was shot and killed in what became known as the Boston Massacre. Although Attucks was credited as the leader and instigator of the event, debate raged for over as century as to whether he was a hero and […]

Bessie Coleman

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Bessie Coleman, the first African American female pilot, grew up in a cruel world of poverty and discrimination. The year after her birth in Atlanta, Texas, an African American man was tortured and then burned to death in nearby Paris for allegedly raping a five-year-old girl. The incident was not unusual; lynchings were endemic throughout […]

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