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I am trying to stick to the code, maybe that's enough for now, and we can discuss the timeline of the war or all the butthurt around it as you like, but this thread and this moment on temporal machinery needs a huge wrench, and so thats what moves me. I am simply a tool with no hand except one on the keyboard and one on my balls region.
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I'm from West Virginia

we fought on the Union side and paid(monetarily) for the Southern side

In fact, West Virginia paid its debt for the war up until 1939
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seems folks is concerned about martial law

why i don't know- there is enough to eat
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its a mouth full of flavor.
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March 27th, and April 15th are before

Legal tender acts too
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Any tender acts are as tender as the asshles of the human race.

We'd need a qaeda of all the bankers acts and I know others have done good work here as well, but what the fuck are we to do with cryptic dates with no years? 1863 is that what you mean? If so, then please make you post have some content okay? Content, not crypto. I mean I am obtuse and cryptic, but not to flatter myself as if I have secret info, I throw it all out onto this thread.
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We ?

It is 1861 , March 27th, and April 15th ... I'd tell you what the dates represent but its a differing perspective for everyone it seems
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its a mouth full of flavor.
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Such a great example of advertising as King $$$

A captstone free pyramid made of chocolate whose commerical is straight up sugar, hehehe, I wonder actually if people even know what humanity is, hehe, you all get my point I am sure.
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March 27th, and April 15th are before

Legal tender acts too
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Any tender acts are as tender as the asshles of the human race.

We'd need a qaeda of all the bankers acts and I know others have done good work here as well, but what the fuck are we to do with cryptic dates with no years? 1863 is that what you mean? If so, then please make you post have some content okay? Content, not crypto. I mean I am obtuse and cryptic, but not to flatter myself as if I have secret info, I throw it all out onto this thread.
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We ?

It is 1861 , March 27th, and April 15th ... I'd tell you what the dates represent but its a differing perspective for everyone it seems
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WE means

A: Americans born in the USA like me
B: who give a shit about the Constitution

So, if you ain't in that group I will bounce my peanuts from the magna carta era of this thread.

If you ain't prepared to use your own work in this thread to do timebattle, then begone, I am quite ready and I know where my peanuts from the past are hidden in the pages underneath our feet here in this thread.
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It is 1861 , March 27th, and April 15th
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Events
January–March

January 1
Benito Juárez captures Mexico City.
President-elect of the United States Abraham Lincoln declares slavery in Confederate states unlawful
First steam-powered carousel recorded, in Bolton, England.[1]
January 2 – Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia dies and is succeeded by Wilhelm I.
January 3 – American Civil War: Delaware votes not to secede from the Union.
January 9 – American Civil War: Mississippi becomes the second state to secede from the Union.
January 10 – American Civil War: Florida secedes from the Union.
January 11 – American Civil War: Alabama secedes from the Union.
January 12 – American Civil War: Major Robert Anderson sends dispatches to Washington.
January 16 – Karl Marx, in London, writes to Ferdinand Lassalle in Berlin: "Darwin's book is very important and serves me as a basis in natural science for the class struggle in history."[2]
January 19 – American Civil War: Georgia secedes from the Union.
January 21 – American Civil War: Jefferson Davis resigns from the United States Senate.
January 26 – American Civil War: Louisiana secedes from the Union.
January 29 – Kansas is admitted as the 34th U.S. state.
February 1 – American Civil War: Texas secedes from the Union.
February 4 – American Civil War: In Montgomery, Alabama, the Provisional Confederate Congress is formed by representatives from the first six break-away states.
February 8 – American Civil War: The Confederate States of America are formed, comprising the first six break-away States.
February 9 – American Civil War: Jefferson Davis is elected the Provisional President of the Confederate States of America by the Weed Convention at Montgomery, Alabama.
February 11
American Civil War: The U.S. House unanimously passes a resolution guaranteeing non-interference with slavery in any state.
About 850 convicts at Chatham Dockyard in England take over their prison in a riot.[3]
February 13 – Italian unification: The Siege of Gaeta, stronghold of the Neapolitan King Francis II, is ended by Piedmontese forces. Francis goes into exile.
February 18 – American Civil War: In Montgomery, Alabama, Jefferson Davis is inaugurated as the provisional president of the Confederate States of America.
February 20 – In Britain, storms damage the Crystal Palace and cause the collapse of the steeple of Chichester Cathedral.[4]
February 23 – President-elect Abraham Lincoln arrives secretly in Washington, D.C. after an assassination attempt in Baltimore, Maryland.
February 24 – Battle of Ky Hoa: the French and the Spanish defeat the Vietnamese.[5]
February 27 – Russian troops fire upon a crowd in Warsaw protesting Russian rule over Poland, killing 5 protesters.
February 28 – Colorado is organized as a United States territory.
March 2
Nevada is organized as a United States territory.
American Civil War: Texas is admitted to the Confederate States of America.
(February 19 O.S.) – Serfdom is abolished in Imperial Russia.
March 4
President Abraham Lincoln takes office, succeeding James Buchanan.[6]
American Civil War: The Stars and Bars is adopted as the flag of the Confederate States of America.
March 10 – El Hadj Umar Tall seizes the city of Ségou, destroying the Bambara Empire of Mali.
March 11 – American Civil War: The Constitution of the Confederate States of America is adopted.
March 13 – The Russian corvette Posadnik arrives at Tsushima island in the inlet of Ozaki, Japan, provoking a reaction from the Japanese Shogunate.
March 17 – Italian unification: The Kingdom of Italy is proclaimed by the new Parliament, with Victor Emmanuel II of Piedmont-Sardinia becoming its king.
March 19 – The First Taranaki War ends in New Zealand.
March 20
An earthquake completely destroys Mendoza, Argentina.
Italian unification: The surrender of Civitella del Tronto ends the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies.
March 21 – Alexander Stephens, Vice President of the Confederacy, gives the infamous Cornerstone Speech in Savannah, Georgia, in which he declares that slavery is the natural condition of blacks and the foundation of the Confederacy.

MARCH 27 DERP

March 30 – Discovery of the chemical elements: Sir William Crookes announces his discovery of Thallium.

March 4: Lincoln inaugurated.
March 4: Confederate flag.
American Civil War: in 1861
April–June

April 7 – A population census is taken in the United Kingdom.
April 12 – The American Civil War begins with the bombardment of Fort Sumter, South Carolina.
April 13 – American Civil War: Fort Sumter surrenders to Southern forces.
April 15 – American Civil War: President Abraham Lincoln issues a Proclamation calling for 75,000 men to confront in the South, "combinations too powerful to be suppressed in the ordinary way".
April 17 – American Civil War: The state of Virginia secedes from the Union.
April 20 – American Civil War: Robert E. Lee resigns his commission in the United States Army in order to command the forces of the state of Virginia.
April 24 (N.S.) – Bezdna in Russia is the scene of a peasant uprising; the military open fire and nearly 5000 are killed.[7]
April 25 – American Civil War: The Union Army arrives in Washington, D.C.
April 26 – Giovanni Schiaparelli discovers the asteroid 69 Hesperia.
April 27 – American Civil War:
President Abraham Lincoln suspends the writ of habeas corpus in the United States.
May 6 – American Civil War: Arkansas secedes from the Union.
May 7 – American Civil War: Tennessee secedes from the Union.
May 8 – American Civil War: Richmond, Virginia is named the capital of the Confederate States of America.
May 13
North Star Affair: The British merchant ship North Star leaves Hong Kong for Nagasaki, Japan. Chinese pirates board the vessel, kill an officer, and escape with a large quantity of gold.[8]
American Civil War: Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom issues a "proclamation of neutrality" which recognizes the breakaway states as having belligerent rights.
Comet C/1861 J1 (the "Great Comet of 1861") is discovered in Australia.
May 14 – The Canellas meteorite, an 859 gram chondrite type meteorite, strikes Earth near Barcelona, Spain.
May 20 – American Civil War: Kentucky proclaims its neutrality which lasts until September 3, when Confederate forces enter the state. North Carolina secedes from the Union.
May 21 – Russian sailors clash with a group of Japanese samurai and farmers at Tsushima island.[9]

April 12–April 13: Fort Sumter.
May 13: Great Comet.

June 9 – Lebanon is separated from Syrian administration and reunited under an Ottoman governor with the approval of the European powers.
June 15 – Benito Juárez is formally elected President of Mexico; he temporarily stops the payments of foreign debt.
June 22 – Tooley Street fire starts and takes the life of James Braidwood first director of the London Fire Brigade.
June 25 – Abd-ul-Mejid I, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire (1839–1861) dies and is succeeded by Abd-ul-Aziz (1861–1876).

July–September

July 1
The first issue of the Vatican's newspaper L'Osservatore Romano is published.
Taiping Rebellion: French and Imperial Chinese troops defeat Taiping forces at the Battle of Shanghai.
July 2 – Ivan Kasatkin lands on Hakodate and introduces the Eastern Orthodox Church into Japan.
July 13 – American Civil War: The Battle of Corrick's Ford takes place in western Virginia.
July 21 – American Civil War: First Battle of Bull Run: At Manassas Junction, Virginia, the first major battle of the war ends in a Confederate victory.
July 25 – American Civil War: The Crittenden-Johnson Resolution is passed by the U.S. Congress, stating that the war is being fought to preserve the Union and not to end slavery.
July 26 – American Civil War: George B. McClellan assumes command of the Army of the Potomac following the disastrous Union defeat at the First Battle of Bull Run.

June 25: Abdülaziz.

August 5
American Civil War: In order to help pay for the war effort, the United States government issues the first income tax as part of the Revenue Act of 1861 (3% of all incomes over US $800; rescinded in 1872).
The U.S. Army abolishes flogging.
August 10 – American Civil War: The first major battle west of the Mississippi River, the Battle of Wilson's Creek, is fought, with a Confederate victory.
August 19 – First ascent of Weisshorn, fifth highest summit in the Alps.
August 27 – Martin Doyle's is the last execution in Britain for attempted murder.
September 3 – American Civil War: Confederate General Leonidas Polk invades neutral Kentucky, prompting the state legislature to ask for Union assistance.
September 6 – American Civil War: Forces under Union General Ulysses S. Grant bloodlessly capture Paducah, Kentucky, which gives the Union control the mouth of the Tennessee River.

Battle of Santa Rosa Island.
October–December

October 9 – American Civil War – Battle of Santa Rosa Island: Confederate forces are defeated in their effort to take the island.
October 21 – American Civil War – Battle of Ball's Bluff: Union forces under Colonel Edward Baker are defeated by Confederate troops in the second major battle of the war. Baker, a close friend of Abraham Lincoln, is killed in the fighting.
October 24 – HMS Warrior, the world's first ocean-going (all) iron-hulled armored battleship, is completed and commissioned.
October 26 – The Pony Express announces its closure.
October 28 – American Civil War: The Missouri legislature takes up a bill for Missouri's secession from the Union.
October 30 – American Civil War: The bill for Missouri's secession from the Union is passed.
October 31
The Spanish, French and British governments sign a tripartite agreement to intervene in Mexico, in the hope of recovering unpaid debts.[10]
The Missouri secession bill is signed by Governor Jackson.
American Civil War: Citing failing health, Union General Winfield Scott resigns as Commander of the United States Army.
November 1 – American Civil War: U.S. President Abraham Lincoln appoints George B. McClellan as commander of the Union Army, replacing the aged General Winfield Scott.
November 2 – American Civil War: Western Department Union General John C. Fremont is relieved of command and replaced by David Hunter.
November 6 – American Civil War: Jefferson Davis is elected president of the Confederate States of America.
November 5 – The first Melbourne Cup horse race is held in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
November 7 – American Civil War – Battle of Belmont: In Belmont, Missouri, Union forces led by General Ulysses S. Grant overrun a Confederate camp but are forced to retreat when Confederate reinforcements arrive.
November 8 – American Civil War – Trent Affair: The USS San Jacinto stops the United Kingdom mail ship Trent and arrests two Confederate envoys, James Mason and John Slidell, sparking a diplomatic crisis between the U.K. and U.S.
November 10 – Following the death of Henri Mouhot, his servant Phrai begins shipping his diaries and specimens back to the west; they include accounts of Mouhot's discovery of Angkor Wat.
November 21 – American Civil War: Confederate President Jefferson Davis appoints Judah Benjamin Secretary of War.
November 25 – A tenement collapses in the Old Town of Edinburgh and buries 50; rescuers find 15 of them alive.
November 28 – Acting on the ordinance passed by the Jackson government, the Confederate Congress admits Missouri as the 12th Confederate state.
December 10 – American Civil War: Kentucky is accepted into the Confederate States of America.

Date unknown

The first remains of Archaeopteryx are discovered in Germany.
The British Empire establishes bases in Lagos to stop the slave trade.
First industrial meat packing plant in Uruguay established at Fray Bentos.

Births
January–June

January 6 – János Zsupánek, Slovene (Prekmurian) poet and writer (d. 1951)
January 14 – Mehmed VI, Ottoman Sultan (d. 1926)
January 30 – Charles Martin Loeffler, American composer (d. 1935)
February 12 – Lou Andreas-Salome, Russian-born author (d. 1937)
February 15 – Charles Édouard Guillaume, French physicist, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1938)
February 17 – Princess Helena, Duchess of Albany (d. 1922)
February 26 – King Ferdinand of Bulgaria (d. 1948)
February 27 – Rudolf Steiner, Austrian philosopher (d. 1925)
March 12 – József Konkolics, Hungarian Slovene writer (d. 1941)
April 2 – Iván Persa, Hungarian Slovene writer and catholic priest (d. 1935)
April 8 – Son Byong-Hi, Korean independence activist (d. 1922)
April 15 – Bliss Carman, Canadian poet (d. 1929)
April 23
Edmund Allenby, 1st Viscount Allenby, British soldier and administrator (d. 1936)
John Peltz, professional baseball player (d. 1906)
May 7 – Rabindranath Tagore, Indian writer, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1941)
May 11 – Frederick Russell Burnham, American scouter(d. 1947)
May 14 – Harro Magnussen, German sculptor (d. 1908)
May 24 – Gerald Strickland, 4th Prime Minister of Malta, 23rd Governor of New South Wales, 15th Governor of Western Australia and 9th Governor of Tasmania (d. 1940)
June 12 – William Attewell, English cricketer (d. 1927)
June 19 – Doctor Jose Rizal, Philippine national hero (d. 1896)
June 20 – Frederick Hopkins, English biochemist, recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine (d. 1947)
June 22 – Maximilian von Spee, German admiral (d. 1914)

July–December

August 7 – Spencer S. Wood, United States Navy rear admiral (d. 1940)
September 2 – Henrietta Crosman, American stage & film actress (d. 1944)
September 10 – Niels Hansen Jacobsen, Danish sculptor and ceramist (d. 1941)
September 11 – Juhani Aho, Finnish author and journalist (d. 1921)
September 23 – Mary Elizabeth Coleridge, British poet and novelist (d. 1907)
September 30 – William Wrigley Jr., U.S. chewing gum industrialist (d. 1932)
October 4 – Frederic S. Remington, cowboy artist and sculptor (d. 1909)
October 16 – Arvid Järnefelt, Finnish author (d. 1932)
October 16 – J. B. Bury, British historian (d. 1927)
October 30 – Antoine Bourdelle, French sculptor (d. 1929)
November 4 – Dimitrios Ioannou, Greek general (d. 1926)
November 6 – James Naismith, Canadian inventor of basketball (d. 1939)
December 4 – Lillian Russell, American singer and vaudeville star (d. 1922)
December 4 – Hannes Hafstein, 1st Prime Minister of Iceland (d. 1922)
December 8 – Georges Méliès, French film director (d. 1938)
December 10 – Fridtjof Nansen, Norwegian explorer, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize (d. 1930)
December 15
Pehr Evind Svinhufvud, Prime Minister and President of Finland (d. 1944)
Charles Duryea, manufacturer of motor vehicles (d. 1938)
December 16 – Antonio de La Gandara, French painter (d. 1917)
December 20 – Ivana Kobilca, Slovenian painter (d. 1926)

Date unknown

Dixie Haygood, American magician (d. 1915)
William H. Stayton, American founder of the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment (d. ? )
Vengayil Kunhiraman Nayanar, Malayali journalist and short story writer (d. 1914)

Deaths
January–June

January 2 – King Frederick William IV of Prussia (b. 1795)
January 17 – Lola Montez, Irish-born dancer and mistress of King Ludwig I of Bavaria (b. 1821)
March 10 – Taras Shevchenko, Ukrainian poet (b. 1814)
March 16 – Princess Victoria, Dowager Duchess of Kent and Strathearn, mother of Queen Victoria (b. 1786)
April 15 – Isaiah Stillman, U.S. Army Major in the Black Hawk War (b. 1793)
May 29 – Joachim Lelewel, Polish nationalist historian (b. 1786)
June 3 – Stephen A. Douglas, U.S. Senator from Illinois and Presidential candidate (b. 1813)
June 25 – Abd-ul-Mejid I, Ottoman Sultan (b. 1823)
June 29 – Elizabeth Barrett Browning, English poet (b. 1806)

July–December

July 22 – Barnard Elliott Bee, Jr., Confederate general (b. 1824)
July 25 – Jonas Furrer, member of the Swiss Federal Council (b. 1805)
August 12 – Eliphalet Remington, gunsmith and founder of Remington Arms (b. 1793)
August 17 – Alcée Louis la Branche, American politician (b. 1806)
August 22 – Xianfeng Emperor, Qing Dynasty the 9th emperor (b. 1831)
August 24 – Pierre Berthier, French geologist (b. 1782)
October 5 – Antoni Melchior Fijałkowski, Polish bishop (b. 1778)
November 11 – King Pedro V of Portugal (b. 1837)
December 14 – Prince Albert, Prince Consort of the United Kingdom, husband of Queen Victoria (b. 1819)
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Hey buddy geuss what you get to show us how smart you are.

So, the only way to show smartness is to do so, so go ahead.
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its a mouth full of flavor.
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illuminati women love chucky. they find it an offer hard to refuse.
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Technically speaking it is Lincoln's FIRST EO regarding the judiciary of Louisiana (see rules of Martial Law, LA was a shith9ole prison run by the French)
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*Yawn* Works every time. Babbleon indeed.
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open that mouth a little wider!
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Technically speaking it is Lincoln's FIRST EO regarding the judiciary of Louisiana (see rules of Martial Law, LA was a shith9ole prison run by the French)
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But, at the moment they have so much fog of history over EOs and their history that I can't find actual EO #1 regarding LA courts but I have it here in my files, I'll post the link when I run across it, and I will resume the Lieber code whenever you idiots crap the thread enough, god what a mess this world is, but yeah, rap and thug culture need to be extinguished like plague. Well not rap, but the culture of it, good bye.
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*Yawn* Works every time. Babbleon indeed.
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open that mouth a little wider!
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And I am a dude. Your mirror must be cracked.
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orb surfaces, he's out of the closet shadows
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As I have said, rap and black gangs is all more crowd-manips of the blacks, real black folk know the bloods were their gang, but the BushTribe crated the crips and gave them weaponized-crack to defeat the drug turf opponent (had only coke old school) and their distro and their power, crushed black people, now Executive himself is [allegedly] a crack smoker run by an Iranian chick, like, they gave you early Malcolm X and called it good.

Obama gives weed smoking a bad name, I wish he'd just say he never did it like all the other fuckin liars, he'd doing cannabis no favors.
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*Yawn* Works every time. Babbleon indeed.
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open that mouth a little wider!
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And I am a dude. Your mirror must be cracked.
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orb surfaces, he's out of the closet shadows
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fraidy cat, orb.
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*Yawn* Works every time. Babbleon indeed.
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open that mouth a little wider!
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And I am a dude. Your mirror must be cracked.
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orb surfaces, he's out of the closet shadows
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SMH...three strikes you're out.

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As I have said, rap and black gangs is all more crowd-manips of the blacks, real black folk know the bloods were their gang, but the BushTribe crated the crips and gave them weaponized-crack to defeat the drug turf opponent (had only coke old school) and their distro and their power, crushed black people, now Executive himself is [allegedly] a crack smoker run by an Iranian chick, like, they gave you early Malcolm X and called it good.

Obama gives weed smoking a bad name, I wish he'd just say he never did it like all the other fuckin liars, he'd doing cannabis no favors.
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^^^ This is also why the ballas in GTA are such little bitches because Rockstar knows Grove Street Green is a suitable mid color to serve as red (which they cannot use as its too volatile)

Ballas = crackselling fed puppets
Grove = old school blood gangs, aka black unity, etc
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open that mouth a little wider!
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And I am a dude. Your mirror must be cracked.
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orb surfaces, he's out of the closet shadows
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SMH...three strikes you're out.

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what can I say a woman, orb or you, tomato tomato. lol
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Instructions for the Government of Armies of the United States in the Field (Lieber Code). 24 April 1863.
Section I : Martial law -- Military jurisdiction -- Military necessity -- Retaliation - Art. 14.

Art. 14. Military necessity, as understood by modern civilized nations, consists in the necessity of those measures which are indispensable for securing the ends of the war, and which are lawful according to the modern law and usages of war.
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apologies, I thought you were the WOS. lol
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Instructions for the Government of Armies of the United States in the Field (Lieber Code). 24 April 1863.
Section I : Martial law -- Military jurisdiction -- Military necessity -- Retaliation - Art. 15.

Art. 15. Military necessity admits of all direct destruction of life or limb of ' armed ' enemies, and of other persons whose destruction is incidentally ' unavoidable ' in the armed contests of the war; it allows of the capturing of every armed enemy, and every enemy of importance to the hostile government, or of peculiar danger to the captor; it allows of all destruction of property, and obstruction of the ways and channels of traffic, travel, or communication, and of all withholding of sustenance or means of life from the enemy; of the appropriation of whatever an enemy's country affords necessary for the subsistence and safety of the army, and of such deception as does not involve the breaking of good faith either positively pledged, regarding agreements entered into during the war, or supposed by the modern law of war to exist. Men who take up arms against one another in public war do not cease on this account to be moral beings, responsible to one another and to God.
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And I am a dude. Your mirror must be cracked.
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orb surfaces, he's out of the closet shadows
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SMH...three strikes you're out.

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what can I say a woman, orb or you, tomato tomato. lol
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Well it was fun exposing your horrible judgement and lack of any real gifts and all but...everyone kind of already new all that. 1dunno1

Thanx for all the energy expended on my behalf though. hi

Later
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would you like the last word? lol
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Instructions for the Government of Armies of the United States in the Field (Lieber Code). 24 April 1863.
Section I : Martial law -- Military jurisdiction -- Military necessity -- Retaliation - Art. 15.

Art. 15. Military necessity admits of all direct destruction of life or limb of ' armed ' enemies, and of other persons whose destruction is incidentally ' unavoidable ' in the armed contests of the war; it allows of the capturing of every armed enemy, and every enemy of importance to the hostile government, or of peculiar danger to the captor; it allows of all destruction of property, and obstruction of the ways and channels of traffic, travel, or communication, and of all withholding of sustenance or means of life from the enemy; of the appropriation of whatever an enemy's country affords necessary for the subsistence and safety of the army, and of such deception as does not involve the breaking of good faith either positively pledged, regarding agreements entered into during the war, or supposed by the modern law of war to exist. Men who take up arms against one another in public war do not cease on this account to be moral beings, responsible to one another and to God.
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No doubt this part is also in the Tzar libraries of Kiev and Moscow alike?

Lincoln was loved by that line, but the Tzar was set upon by magnificent destroyers who sought their own extermination along with his.

To destroy those lovely children was actually the best moment of Bolshevism and Marx, which is actually a fine portait of all their schemes, in the end, both Hitler's and Stalin's plans ended with little kids in bunkers or in ofrests dead.

Because see, even children are now weaponized, and you gotta know that.
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BTW I am not 13's nobody just th guy who stol ehis thread.

All you other nobody know you are just as able and smart as me or The Nobody (shh I can't tell what PMs I get hehehe) so just live as you do, be good, enjoy the chores and work done for old, disabled and young alike.

One cool thing about this meme is this:

Anybody can become a nobody in this sense, yes, even 'somebodys' can.

But becoming somebody means getting a degree at the local levelling univeristy. Hmm, I have thought about a comp sci degree since my resume already has the essence of that, but who wants to listen to Marx professors for two years? I am doing most of it online if I do spend the $$$ to get the level-up degree. A resume isn't enough these days, I have years of tech skills but they don't mean shit when tech itself is in weaponized meltdown right now, LOL perfect sotrm, interesting times.

That is why I post the code.
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It is 1861 , March 27th, and April 15th
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Events
January–March

January 1
Benito Juárez captures Mexico City.
President-elect of the United States Abraham Lincoln declares slavery in Confederate states unlawful
First steam-powered carousel recorded, in Bolton, England.[1]
January 2 – Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia dies and is succeeded by Wilhelm I.
January 3 – American Civil War: Delaware votes not to secede from the Union.
January 9 – American Civil War: Mississippi becomes the second state to secede from the Union.
January 10 – American Civil War: Florida secedes from the Union.
January 11 – American Civil War: Alabama secedes from the Union.
January 12 – American Civil War: Major Robert Anderson sends dispatches to Washington.
January 16 – Karl Marx, in London, writes to Ferdinand Lassalle in Berlin: "Darwin's book is very important and serves me as a basis in natural science for the class struggle in history."[2]
January 19 – American Civil War: Georgia secedes from the Union.
January 21 – American Civil War: Jefferson Davis resigns from the United States Senate.
January 26 – American Civil War: Louisiana secedes from the Union.
January 29 – Kansas is admitted as the 34th U.S. state.
February 1 – American Civil War: Texas secedes from the Union.
February 4 – American Civil War: In Montgomery, Alabama, the Provisional Confederate Congress is formed by representatives from the first six break-away states.
February 8 – American Civil War: The Confederate States of America are formed, comprising the first six break-away States.
February 9 – American Civil War: Jefferson Davis is elected the Provisional President of the Confederate States of America by the Weed Convention at Montgomery, Alabama.
February 11
American Civil War: The U.S. House unanimously passes a resolution guaranteeing non-interference with slavery in any state.
About 850 convicts at Chatham Dockyard in England take over their prison in a riot.[3]
February 13 – Italian unification: The Siege of Gaeta, stronghold of the Neapolitan King Francis II, is ended by Piedmontese forces. Francis goes into exile.
February 18 – American Civil War: In Montgomery, Alabama, Jefferson Davis is inaugurated as the provisional president of the Confederate States of America.
February 20 – In Britain, storms damage the Crystal Palace and cause the collapse of the steeple of Chichester Cathedral.[4]
February 23 – President-elect Abraham Lincoln arrives secretly in Washington, D.C. after an assassination attempt in Baltimore, Maryland.
February 24 – Battle of Ky Hoa: the French and the Spanish defeat the Vietnamese.[5]
February 27 – Russian troops fire upon a crowd in Warsaw protesting Russian rule over Poland, killing 5 protesters.
February 28 – Colorado is organized as a United States territory.
March 2
Nevada is organized as a United States territory.
American Civil War: Texas is admitted to the Confederate States of America.
(February 19 O.S.) – Serfdom is abolished in Imperial Russia.
March 4
President Abraham Lincoln takes office, succeeding James Buchanan.[6]
American Civil War: The Stars and Bars is adopted as the flag of the Confederate States of America.
March 10 – El Hadj Umar Tall seizes the city of Ségou, destroying the Bambara Empire of Mali.
March 11 – American Civil War: The Constitution of the Confederate States of America is adopted.
March 13 – The Russian corvette Posadnik arrives at Tsushima island in the inlet of Ozaki, Japan, provoking a reaction from the Japanese Shogunate.
March 17 – Italian unification: The Kingdom of Italy is proclaimed by the new Parliament, with Victor Emmanuel II of Piedmont-Sardinia becoming its king.
March 19 – The First Taranaki War ends in New Zealand.
March 20
An earthquake completely destroys Mendoza, Argentina.
Italian unification: The surrender of Civitella del Tronto ends the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies.
March 21 – Alexander Stephens, Vice President of the Confederacy, gives the infamous Cornerstone Speech in Savannah, Georgia, in which he declares that slavery is the natural condition of blacks and the foundation of the Confederacy.

MARCH 27 DERP

March 30 – Discovery of the chemical elements: Sir William Crookes announces his discovery of Thallium.

March 4: Lincoln inaugurated.
March 4: Confederate flag.
American Civil War: in 1861
April–June

April 7 – A population census is taken in the United Kingdom.
April 12 – The American Civil War begins with the bombardment of Fort Sumter, South Carolina.
April 13 – American Civil War: Fort Sumter surrenders to Southern forces.
April 15 – American Civil War: President Abraham Lincoln issues a Proclamation calling for 75,000 men to confront in the South, "combinations too powerful to be suppressed in the ordinary way".
April 17 – American Civil War: The state of Virginia secedes from the Union.
April 20 – American Civil War: Robert E. Lee resigns his commission in the United States Army in order to command the forces of the state of Virginia.
April 24 (N.S.) – Bezdna in Russia is the scene of a peasant uprising; the military open fire and nearly 5000 are killed.[7]
April 25 – American Civil War: The Union Army arrives in Washington, D.C.
April 26 – Giovanni Schiaparelli discovers the asteroid 69 Hesperia.
April 27 – American Civil War:
President Abraham Lincoln suspends the writ of habeas corpus in the United States.
May 6 – American Civil War: Arkansas secedes from the Union.
May 7 – American Civil War: Tennessee secedes from the Union.
May 8 – American Civil War: Richmond, Virginia is named the capital of the Confederate States of America.
May 13
North Star Affair: The British merchant ship North Star leaves Hong Kong for Nagasaki, Japan. Chinese pirates board the vessel, kill an officer, and escape with a large quantity of gold.[8]
American Civil War: Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom issues a "proclamation of neutrality" which recognizes the breakaway states as having belligerent rights.
Comet C/1861 J1 (the "Great Comet of 1861") is discovered in Australia.
May 14 – The Canellas meteorite, an 859 gram chondrite type meteorite, strikes Earth near Barcelona, Spain.
May 20 – American Civil War: Kentucky proclaims its neutrality which lasts until September 3, when Confederate forces enter the state. North Carolina secedes from the Union.
May 21 – Russian sailors clash with a group of Japanese samurai and farmers at Tsushima island.[9]

April 12–April 13: Fort Sumter.
May 13: Great Comet.

June 9 – Lebanon is separated from Syrian administration and reunited under an Ottoman governor with the approval of the European powers.
June 15 – Benito Juárez is formally elected President of Mexico; he temporarily stops the payments of foreign debt.
June 22 – Tooley Street fire starts and takes the life of James Braidwood first director of the London Fire Brigade.
June 25 – Abd-ul-Mejid I, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire (1839–1861) dies and is succeeded by Abd-ul-Aziz (1861–1876).

July–September

July 1
The first issue of the Vatican's newspaper L'Osservatore Romano is published.
Taiping Rebellion: French and Imperial Chinese troops defeat Taiping forces at the Battle of Shanghai.
July 2 – Ivan Kasatkin lands on Hakodate and introduces the Eastern Orthodox Church into Japan.
July 13 – American Civil War: The Battle of Corrick's Ford takes place in western Virginia.
July 21 – American Civil War: First Battle of Bull Run: At Manassas Junction, Virginia, the first major battle of the war ends in a Confederate victory.
July 25 – American Civil War: The Crittenden-Johnson Resolution is passed by the U.S. Congress, stating that the war is being fought to preserve the Union and not to end slavery.
July 26 – American Civil War: George B. McClellan assumes command of the Army of the Potomac following the disastrous Union defeat at the First Battle of Bull Run.

June 25: Abdülaziz.

August 5
American Civil War: In order to help pay for the war effort, the United States government issues the first income tax as part of the Revenue Act of 1861 (3% of all incomes over US $800; rescinded in 1872).
The U.S. Army abolishes flogging.
August 10 – American Civil War: The first major battle west of the Mississippi River, the Battle of Wilson's Creek, is fought, with a Confederate victory.
August 19 – First ascent of Weisshorn, fifth highest summit in the Alps.
August 27 – Martin Doyle's is the last execution in Britain for attempted murder.
September 3 – American Civil War: Confederate General Leonidas Polk invades neutral Kentucky, prompting the state legislature to ask for Union assistance.
September 6 – American Civil War: Forces under Union General Ulysses S. Grant bloodlessly capture Paducah, Kentucky, which gives the Union control the mouth of the Tennessee River.

Battle of Santa Rosa Island.
October–December

October 9 – American Civil War – Battle of Santa Rosa Island: Confederate forces are defeated in their effort to take the island.
October 21 – American Civil War – Battle of Ball's Bluff: Union forces under Colonel Edward Baker are defeated by Confederate troops in the second major battle of the war. Baker, a close friend of Abraham Lincoln, is killed in the fighting.
October 24 – HMS Warrior, the world's first ocean-going (all) iron-hulled armored battleship, is completed and commissioned.
October 26 – The Pony Express announces its closure.
October 28 – American Civil War: The Missouri legislature takes up a bill for Missouri's secession from the Union.
October 30 – American Civil War: The bill for Missouri's secession from the Union is passed.
October 31
The Spanish, French and British governments sign a tripartite agreement to intervene in Mexico, in the hope of recovering unpaid debts.[10]
The Missouri secession bill is signed by Governor Jackson.
American Civil War: Citing failing health, Union General Winfield Scott resigns as Commander of the United States Army.
November 1 – American Civil War: U.S. President Abraham Lincoln appoints George B. McClellan as commander of the Union Army, replacing the aged General Winfield Scott.
November 2 – American Civil War: Western Department Union General John C. Fremont is relieved of command and replaced by David Hunter.
November 6 – American Civil War: Jefferson Davis is elected president of the Confederate States of America.
November 5 – The first Melbourne Cup horse race is held in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
November 7 – American Civil War – Battle of Belmont: In Belmont, Missouri, Union forces led by General Ulysses S. Grant overrun a Confederate camp but are forced to retreat when Confederate reinforcements arrive.
November 8 – American Civil War – Trent Affair: The USS San Jacinto stops the United Kingdom mail ship Trent and arrests two Confederate envoys, James Mason and John Slidell, sparking a diplomatic crisis between the U.K. and U.S.
November 10 – Following the death of Henri Mouhot, his servant Phrai begins shipping his diaries and specimens back to the west; they include accounts of Mouhot's discovery of Angkor Wat.
November 21 – American Civil War: Confederate President Jefferson Davis appoints Judah Benjamin Secretary of War.
November 25 – A tenement collapses in the Old Town of Edinburgh and buries 50; rescuers find 15 of them alive.
November 28 – Acting on the ordinance passed by the Jackson government, the Confederate Congress admits Missouri as the 12th Confederate state.
December 10 – American Civil War: Kentucky is accepted into the Confederate States of America.

Date unknown

The first remains of Archaeopteryx are discovered in Germany.
The British Empire establishes bases in Lagos to stop the slave trade.
First industrial meat packing plant in Uruguay established at Fray Bentos.

Births
January–June

January 6 – János Zsupánek, Slovene (Prekmurian) poet and writer (d. 1951)
January 14 – Mehmed VI, Ottoman Sultan (d. 1926)
January 30 – Charles Martin Loeffler, American composer (d. 1935)
February 12 – Lou Andreas-Salome, Russian-born author (d. 1937)
February 15 – Charles Édouard Guillaume, French physicist, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1938)
February 17 – Princess Helena, Duchess of Albany (d. 1922)
February 26 – King Ferdinand of Bulgaria (d. 1948)
February 27 – Rudolf Steiner, Austrian philosopher (d. 1925)
March 12 – József Konkolics, Hungarian Slovene writer (d. 1941)
April 2 – Iván Persa, Hungarian Slovene writer and catholic priest (d. 1935)
April 8 – Son Byong-Hi, Korean independence activist (d. 1922)
April 15 – Bliss Carman, Canadian poet (d. 1929)
April 23
Edmund Allenby, 1st Viscount Allenby, British soldier and administrator (d. 1936)
John Peltz, professional baseball player (d. 1906)
May 7 – Rabindranath Tagore, Indian writer, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1941)
May 11 – Frederick Russell Burnham, American scouter(d. 1947)
May 14 – Harro Magnussen, German sculptor (d. 1908)
May 24 – Gerald Strickland, 4th Prime Minister of Malta, 23rd Governor of New South Wales, 15th Governor of Western Australia and 9th Governor of Tasmania (d. 1940)
June 12 – William Attewell, English cricketer (d. 1927)
June 19 – Doctor Jose Rizal, Philippine national hero (d. 1896)
June 20 – Frederick Hopkins, English biochemist, recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine (d. 1947)
June 22 – Maximilian von Spee, German admiral (d. 1914)

July–December

August 7 – Spencer S. Wood, United States Navy rear admiral (d. 1940)
September 2 – Henrietta Crosman, American stage & film actress (d. 1944)
September 10 – Niels Hansen Jacobsen, Danish sculptor and ceramist (d. 1941)
September 11 – Juhani Aho, Finnish author and journalist (d. 1921)
September 23 – Mary Elizabeth Coleridge, British poet and novelist (d. 1907)
September 30 – William Wrigley Jr., U.S. chewing gum industrialist (d. 1932)
October 4 – Frederic S. Remington, cowboy artist and sculptor (d. 1909)
October 16 – Arvid Järnefelt, Finnish author (d. 1932)
October 16 – J. B. Bury, British historian (d. 1927)
October 30 – Antoine Bourdelle, French sculptor (d. 1929)
November 4 – Dimitrios Ioannou, Greek general (d. 1926)
November 6 – James Naismith, Canadian inventor of basketball (d. 1939)
December 4 – Lillian Russell, American singer and vaudeville star (d. 1922)
December 4 – Hannes Hafstein, 1st Prime Minister of Iceland (d. 1922)
December 8 – Georges Méliès, French film director (d. 1938)
December 10 – Fridtjof Nansen, Norwegian explorer, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize (d. 1930)
December 15
Pehr Evind Svinhufvud, Prime Minister and President of Finland (d. 1944)
Charles Duryea, manufacturer of motor vehicles (d. 1938)
December 16 – Antonio de La Gandara, French painter (d. 1917)
December 20 – Ivana Kobilca, Slovenian painter (d. 1926)

Date unknown

Dixie Haygood, American magician (d. 1915)
William H. Stayton, American founder of the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment (d. ? )
Vengayil Kunhiraman Nayanar, Malayali journalist and short story writer (d. 1914)

Deaths
January–June

January 2 – King Frederick William IV of Prussia (b. 1795)
January 17 – Lola Montez, Irish-born dancer and mistress of King Ludwig I of Bavaria (b. 1821)
March 10 – Taras Shevchenko, Ukrainian poet (b. 1814)
March 16 – Princess Victoria, Dowager Duchess of Kent and Strathearn, mother of Queen Victoria (b. 1786)
April 15 – Isaiah Stillman, U.S. Army Major in the Black Hawk War (b. 1793)
May 29 – Joachim Lelewel, Polish nationalist historian (b. 1786)
June 3 – Stephen A. Douglas, U.S. Senator from Illinois and Presidential candidate (b. 1813)
June 25 – Abd-ul-Mejid I, Ottoman Sultan (b. 1823)
June 29 – Elizabeth Barrett Browning, English poet (b. 1806)

July–December

July 22 – Barnard Elliott Bee, Jr., Confederate general (b. 1824)
July 25 – Jonas Furrer, member of the Swiss Federal Council (b. 1805)
August 12 – Eliphalet Remington, gunsmith and founder of Remington Arms (b. 1793)
August 17 – Alcée Louis la Branche, American politician (b. 1806)
August 22 – Xianfeng Emperor, Qing Dynasty the 9th emperor (b. 1831)
August 24 – Pierre Berthier, French geologist (b. 1782)
October 5 – Antoni Melchior Fijałkowski, Polish bishop (b. 1778)
November 11 – King Pedro V of Portugal (b. 1837)
December 14 – Prince Albert, Prince Consort of the United Kingdom, husband of Queen Victoria (b. 1819)
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Hey buddy geuss what you get to show us how smart you are.

So, the only way to show smartness is to do so, so go ahead.
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Hey Thanks for providing the platform man I couldn't have done it without you. I won't let you down. Everyone is going to be free soon.
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I won't let you down. Everyone is going to be free soon.
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You can't let me down because I have the music of Johannes Cash, one of our American Indian Saints, who tells me clearly that when down, the music gets better.

see if i care
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^^^ When June comes in its pure gold

Love baby, thats it.
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I am banned on the Ukraine thread of History so this point is relvant for the Lieber Code thread I will pursue.

local in Slaviansk says "Saw two green flares."

a) Launch white lighting - "we are here"
b) Rocket red single indicator - "fire move forward"
C) Launch green single warning - "the enemy attacks"
D) Smoke Flare purple or blue - "attention, tanks ! "
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Blue or purple then means: armor on the ground, send in anti tank and emp crew and air strikes oh but did we do ground to air removal first? Disable tank by being TANK MAN MOTHER FUCKERS

TANK MAN DISABLES TEN TANK

But they need good tank driver for that to happen, or tight column, etc. Commanders like Russians will still kill officers in the field, in the US it is done by troops themeselves, lol
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I am banned on the Ukraine thread of History so this point is relvant for the Lieber Code thread I will pursue.

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I work with a guy from the Ukraine.

I have gained quite a bit of knowledge on that part of the world recently.
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I am banned on the Ukraine thread of History so this point is relvant for the Lieber Code thread I will pursue.

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