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Valdimir Putin, the most powerful man in the world

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Our leaders have failed to crash Russian economy and have coached them into building back better their entire supply chain, military industrial complex, technology industry, and driven Russia and China together to create a multipolar world that will cause much hardship and poverty in America.

The Weekly Watch

Murder, Suicide, and Madness

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The Gaza genocide continues unabated...now killing starving Gazans waiting to get a meager supply of food. Aaron Bushnell couldn't it take anymore and set himself on fire in front of the Israeli embassy as he yelled, "Free Palestine". He wrote: "Many of us like to ask ourselves, 'What would I do if I was alive during slavery? Or the Jim Crow South? Or apartheid? What would I do if my country was committing genocide?' The answer is, you're doing it. Right now." Meanwhile Joe Biden eats ice cream and claims to be working toward a Gaza ceasefire. Russia continues making gains in Ukraine, as Napoleon Macron threatens boots on the ground. Wait, I believe Russia killed over 60 french fighters with one missile in Ukraine last month.

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Album of the Week 3-2-24

Afternoon folks!

It's a great week this week. Starting off, there's a compilation of later recordings by early Chicago bluesman Tampa Red. After that there's another compilation of some great r&b by piano player Joe Liggins and his band. Finishing off the blues category there's a half of a live album by B.B. King which I'll post the other half eventually after I do some more cleaning up of the disc. In a category of its own is an album by the Jimmy Castor Bunch which you'll probably recognize one of his big early 70's hits, "The Troglodyte Song," it's kind of an interesting album. In the blues-rock category there are albums by John Mayall and Canned Heat and finishing us up in the diversity category is a solo album by Rick Danko of The Band.

Enjoy and have a great weekend!

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