Wednesday, July 27, 2016

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Attention & For Immediate Release To Tal-y-Tara Tea & Polo Shoppe As Philip David Meakin Is My Brother And That Makes This More Than Your Serious It Makes O.Rye.Lee Look Like A Flock!!!

Doing Jobs on Ellen Degeneres for that Kardashian on the for a Clock,
the time on the numb.burr is the thorn and the read,
the picture is the education of how to tell thyme,
that the seat on the teeter taught tour is glass of said!!

The Voice said Simon and James Blunt said,
hoo's been jumping on the bed of tool,
pat and ewe prick it & than mark it with a car.knee,
the Sir.Kiss is a Venture with To.Day gone lived??

closed captioning coming from the best of show as the drop knows band,

Well in the Deep Vanity the Mirror got Rock,
that blanket said to hutch that toys are bid??,
in that Bill O'Reilly grabbed the wrap.sure too,
brought to the television something cool.

From deception to the Compass truth of Speak,
closet on the handle and the city skid,
Milk said to be of the Five or Too,
now you will show that wish be crews.

In the Sit.Deed Fact.Door con.Fuse.shun bed,
left for the Feat.Tour to work it lid,
than the Mined came to Shed and Tools said Bid,
what would the song be should the Elephant grid??,
well on the long tooth Jackman splayed,
to what is the hand-hold of his kids be Ford,
therefore on the Public Box that corner crib,
these Mark the Day of the Knight that did the fashion of eh.dress for another life,
to know that a harp is the language rib,
take it to the guard.den??

Until this day the 27th of July the Year of Twenty Sixteen,
ton.knoll Vision has been a blind.did Pib,
Dr. Pepper goes to Pepsi and Coca~Cola rote,
the ridings on the Wall.Wrist with a Vocal Loved!!

Thanks to Ms. Degeneres for Clarity bub,
plumbers and The Producers see a simple V,
that is ever grateful for more's like I,
for the daisy of the style is awfully hot.

Attention & For Immediate Release To All San Francisco Born And Raised This Is An Emergency Computer Bite!!

Back in the day on the Streets of San Francisco,
the listed and the Shirts,
first it came with good game dice,
the card and that ever so,
than the second grabbed a bag,
said to the lit.told that ever sew good.

For local listing on Steve Harvey and who did closed captioning we would like to thank the following,

The punctuation when.hint to the Curb,
a bit for the bridle and the saddle asked girth,
the billet gave to that riser with a pad,
why is the cob.bull dew.when it with dad.

The answer grasp to Cable Cars,
took a ride to old level signed,
the Muni scored with those overhead, 
the lines the transfer and that was read.

Now at the growth of pocket priced,
the grocer on the fruit gum soared,
it said to the candy bar,
whats in your with Goods and. . .. ...

Now on that Cable Car in Turn Fisthermans Wharf with all that trend,
got.duh a pack of gum from ole school lend,
and now Steve Harvey made day.Time bend,
the late knight failed at bolts,
for Steve Harvey poled a Will.Coast straight!!

Should the Pi be on your plate of Shoulder to the dust jackets lore.Read,
should your bell.lo know that can.deed land and your unable could not do Pan,
for not all like those coco.nuts,
Captain Crunch with Gin and Rocks!!

News Brakers for the Jaw Takers,
Snickers Came while the Ton.Knoll did the Rein,
thanks to Mr. Harvey glad,
you have made Daytime raid!!!

Almond Joy Got's Nuts Mounds Don't!!  written by Leon Carr

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Almond Joy
Almond Joy
An Almond Joy candy bar
TypeCandy bar
Place of originUnited States
CreatorThe Hershey Company
Food energy
(per serving)
220 kcal (921 kJ)
Nutritional value
(per serving)
Fat13 g
Carbohydrate26 g
Other informationNutritional information source:[1]
   Media: Almond Joy

An Almond Joy split
An Almond Joy is a candy bar manufactured by Hershey's. It consists of a coconut-based center topped with one or twoalmonds, the combination enrobed in a layer of milk chocolate. Almond Joy is the sister product of Mounds, which is a similar confection but without the almond and coated instead with dark chocolate; it also features similar packaging and logo design, but in a red color scheme instead of Almond Joy's blue.


The Peter Paul Candy Manufacturing Company was founded by six Armenian immigrants in 1919, introducing the Mounds bar in 1921, which became a hit with the U.S. military during World War II, who by 1944 purchased 80% of their production for use in rations (5 million bars/month).[2] The Almond Joy bar was introduced in 1946 as a replacement for the Dreams Bar, which was introduced in 1934, consisting of diced almonds and coconut covered with dark chocolate.[3] In 1978, Peter Paul merged with the Cadbury-Schweppes company of England. In 1988, Hershey’s purchased the United States rights to their chocolate business for $300 million, which included the Mounds, Almond Joy, and York Peppermint Patties brands, in addition to Cadbury-only products such as Dairy Milk and Carmello.[4]
During the 1970s, Peter Paul used the jingle "Sometimes you feel like a nut / Sometimes you don't / Almond Joy's got nuts / Mounds don't" to advertise Almond Joy and Mounds in tandem. In a play on words, the "feel like a nut" portion of the jingle was typically played over a clip of someone acting like a "nut", i.e., engaged in an unconventional activity, such as riding on a horse backward.[5]
In the 2000s, Hershey began producing variations of the product, including a limited-edition PiƱa Colada and Double Chocolate Almond Joy in 2004, a limited-edition White Chocolate Key Lime and Milk Chocolate Passion Fruit Almond Joy in 2005, and a limited-edition Toasted Coconut Almond Joy in 2006.

Similar products[edit]

Bounty (produced by Mars, Incorporated) is a popular European version of Almond Joy, similar in shape and make-up, although without the almond (like Mounds, but sometimes with milk chocolate instead of dark chocolate, though Bounty is also sold in dark chocolate). F.B. Washburn Candy Corporation produced the Waleeco chocolate-covered coconut candy bar for many years.[6]

In popular culture[edit]

Miniature Almond Joy
  • Train buffs have noticed a resemblance between the M3 (a type of subway car built by the Budd Company for Philadelphia's public transportation system) and this candy, due to humps in the roof containing ventilation fans. They refer to the cars as "Almond Joys".
  • The advertising slogan "sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't" was featured in the funk/dance song "Wide Receiver" byMichael Henderson.
  • In Weeds, Almond Joy was the favorite candy of Nancy's late husband, Judah. Episode nine of season two uses the candy's theme song.
  • In the movie Kelly's Heroes, a case of Almond Joy bars is seen in the background behind Don Rickles' supply depot desk, as he is speaking with Clint Eastwood. This is an anachronism since Almond Joy was not introduced until 1946.
  • In the song "Gett Off", by Prince, "Strip your dress down like I was strippin' a Peter Paul's Almond Joy".
  • One of the Allman Brothers' early band names was the Allman Joys.
  • In the movie Welcome to Woop Woop Teddy proclaims his love for the Almond Joy bar after Angie proclaims her love for the Cherry Ripe bar.
  • In Curb Your EnthusiasmLarry David used the "crime" that his cousin stole an Almond Joy for him once as a failed attempt to get out of jury duty, before the second and successful attempt in which he referred to the defendant being a negro.
  • In the seventh episode of season two of Parks and Recreation, Ron Swanson asks Ann if there is any candy at her party other than Almond Joy, as he is allergic to almonds and they "give [him] the squirts".
  • The song "Chocolate Jesus" by Tom Waits on the album Mule Variations mentions Almond Joy.
  • In the episode of The Simpsons entitled "Lisa the Drama Queen", Lisa bought an Almond Joy in the Kwik-e-Mart for her first play date with her new friend, Juliet.
  • Har Mar Superstar's album Dark Touches features a song named after the candy bar where it is used as a typically sexual metaphor for comic effect.
  • Sherman's Lagoon ran a strip on October 6, 2010 that made reference to an Almond Joy.[7]
  • In the song "Brown Skin" by India.Arie (from her album Acoustic Soul) she mentions Almond Joy alongside other Hershey's products.
  • In the Glee episode The Purple Piano ProjectBrittany Pierce says that she and lover Santana Lopez are like Almond Joys.
  • On the Sunday, October 16, 2011 NFL Blitz segment of Sportscenter, Chris Berman said "Pierre Paul, isn't that the almond joy and mounds place" in reference to New York Giants Defensive End Jason Pierre-Paul
  • In the 1991 movie Hudson Hawk starring Bruce WillisLorraine Toussaint's character, a CIA agent, is named Almond Joy. Other CIA agents in the film are named after candy bars.[8]
  • In the song "Lonely City" from the album "Lonely City" by Canadian underground hip-hop artists Specifics, a reference is made when MC Golden Boy says "girl you got the sweet sophistication of an almond joy".
  • In the webcomic Whomp! the main character Ronnie is shown to be a big consumer of Almond Joy [9]

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Y would I gain to that world on the universe in a Cosmic find or is it the drill of learned dug??,
a term in knoll lo gee of what deckland did the porch light harness a laughter??,
was it the cement on the Con^Crete that gave rise to Greece via the sourdough??,
or is the boy owe boy a pool?? 

Spell.lean on that is the Hi.Ole or is it that Hay.Yo.Ole.Lean??,
does the sand in that grit to an Oyster make pearl a Neck strap or lace??,
is that LSD a to the Pre.Script.shun or Shy.Knee to this Galaxy of Prose??,
Ware's in that Australian teach Dew??,
the smoke Signature or that Ob.long list of Monkey Tours??

Dial for the Numbers at the Move.Ease to just etch the Sketchers??,
is it nigh.key or founder,
does that X why Z & make for,
shall the dance be of eh Ven.Ewe or the Sheep in Wool.V's Clothe.EAN!!

Deep to the Fuss is the fuzzy was a bare??,
did that storm make twister of Lemon or lime??,
is the Keep a Lair or the done.gin to the glass of Clarity??,
jingle Ice or jingle Change is what to the Top of the Mark???

Lets see the dining room in the value of Giant at the cost of Giant to value,
is that Levi Corner stop Jeff's Jeans or the Starbucks that Joe's Original knew the The.Eight.Tour,
should the Tunnel at Filmore say to the office Post or Geary at Masonic,
is then the Panhandle a Haight Ashbury or is Hippie Hill Kelsey by duh.Fault??

Shell the Punk,chew.A.shin define a Band of Bill plural.roles,
is the sigh.coal that Fountain with an Achievement comprehended by I to say . . . . . .

LEARNING OBJECTIVES After reading this section, you should be able to answer the following questions: 1. How do people develop an understanding of their political culture? 2. What is political socialization, and why is it important? 3. What constitutes a political generation?

Raising the Flag at Ground Zero

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Raising the Flag at Ground Zero is a photograph by Thomas E. Franklin of The Record (Bergen County, NJ), taken on September 11, 2001. The picture shows three New York City firefighters raising the American flag at Ground Zero of the World Trade Center, following the September 11 attacks. The official names for the photograph used by The Record are Firefighters Raising Flag and Firemen Raising the Flag at Ground Zero.[1] The photo appeared on The Record front page on September 12, 2001. The paper also put it on the Associated Press wire and it appeared on the covers of several newspapers around the world. It has often been compared to theRaising the Flag on Iwo Jima photograph taken by Joe Rosenthal during World War II.


Franklin shot the photograph shortly after 5 p.m. with a telephoto lens. At this time, he was standing under a pedestrian walkway across the West Side Highway that connected the center to the World Financial Center, located at the northwest corner of the World Trade Center site. Franklin said the firefighters were about 150 yards (140 m) away from him and the debris was 100 yards (91 m) beyond that. They were about 20 feet (6.1 m) off the ground.
Franklin had hitched a ride on a tug boat across the Hudson River, arriving around noon after the towers had collapsed. He was with photographer James Nachtwey when he saw the firefighters.
The firefighters pictured were Brooklyn-based firefighters George Johnson of Rockaway Beach, Dan McWilliams of Long Island (both from Ladder 157), and Billy Eisengrein ofStaten Island (Rescue 2).


The flag came from the yacht Star of America, owned by Shirley Dreifus of the Majestic Star, which was docked in the yacht basin in the Hudson River at the World Financial Center. McWilliams cut the yardarm off of the yacht with a K-Saw and then took the flag and its pole from the yacht to an evacuation area on the northwest side of the site. They found a pole about 20 feet (6.1 m) off the ground.
The flag has since disappeared. The city thought it had possession of the flag after the attack, Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and George Pataki signed it, and it flew at the New York City HallYankee Stadium, and on the USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) during its service in the Mideast. However, when the flag's owner, Dreifus, prepared to formally donate the flag, it was discovered that there was a size discrepancy: while the yacht's flag measured four feet by six feet, the flag the city had in its possession measured five feet by eight feet.[2] As of 2014, the flag has yet to be found. Dreifus started a website[3] in an effort to get the flag back.[4] A 2013 CNN documentary film, The Flag, investigates the mystery of this missing 9/11 icon.[5]

Later use[edit]

White House photo of March 11, 2002, unveiling of Heroes stamp. From left Postmaster General John E. Potter; Firefighters Billy Eisengrein and George Johnson; George W. Bush; U.S. Rep. Gary Ackerman, 5th District, N.Y. (who sponsored the stamp); Firefighter Dan McWilliams; and Record photographer Thomas E. Franklin, who took the photo featured on the stamp
The "Heroes 2001" stamp, USA Scott #B2, was unveiled on March 11, 2002 by President George W. Bush, in a ceremony attended by Franklin, Johnson, Eisengrein, and McWilliams. These stamps were semipostals: they had a purchase price (45¢) higher than their postage value (34¢), with the balance given to the Federal Emergency Management Agency's relief efforts. A special exception was thus made to the normal requirement by the United States Postal Service that subjects of stamps be deceased.
In December 2001, the New York City Fire Department unveiled plans for a statue based on the photograph to be placed at the Brooklyn headquarters. In an effort to be inclusive of all those who had been affected by the tragedy, the statue was to include black, white, and Hispanic firefighters. The change in ethnicity from the actual firefighters, all of whom are white, proved controversial enough that the statue was never built.
On November 5, 2007, a 40-foot (12 m) tall bronze monument based on the photograph called 'To Lift A Nation' and depicting three New York firefighters raising the flag over the ruins of the World Trade Center was dedicated at the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Park in Emmitsburg, Md.[6]

From another angle[edit]

The picture taken by Thomas E. Franklin is not to be confused with another picture of the same event but from a different angle by Ricky Flores for The Journal News. Flores also was able to get near Ground Zero on the day of the attacks and at around the same time that Franklin took his shot, Flores was able to get into a second story of a building on Canal Street with its glass shattered out and capturethis picture.[4]
The iconic photograph of 9/11 firefighters raising a flag near the rubble of the World Trade Center plaza
is immortalized in a US postage stamp. Thomas Franklin, the veteran reporter who took the photo, said
that the image reminded him of the famous Associated Press image of Marines raising the American flag
on Iwo Jima during World War II.

From another angle: KEY TAKEAWAYS ~ link in

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC FOR KIDs  this is more the really cool guy on KGO to term to how to place with care and license to understand how to tie these very important FRAGMENTs to the comprehension of the 'We the People' without offending yet bringing envelope to the POE (Port of Entry).  For this day July 27th, 2016 we the learning will place the idea of what was the original instructions for clicking on a site?? What should one do should that tell all of those relating present day history to Historic Active Wars in World Wars and also says: 

Political culture is defined by the ideologies, values, beliefs, norms, customs, traditions, and heroes characteristic of a nation. People living in a particular political culture share views about the nature and operation of government. Political culture changes over time in response to dramatic events, such as war, economic collapse, or radical technological developments. The core American values of democracy and capitalism are vested in the American creed. American exceptionalism is the idea that the country has a special place in the world because of the circumstances surrounding its founding and the settling of a vast frontier. Rituals, traditions, and symbols bond people to their culture and can stimulate national pride. Folklore consists of stories about a nation’s leaders and heroes; often embellished, these stories highlight the character traits that are desirable in a nation’s citizens. Heroes are important for defining a nation’s political culture. America has numerous subcultures based on geographic region; demographic, personal, and social characteristics; religious affiliation, and artistic inclinations. America’s unique multicultural heritage is vested in the various racial and ethnic groups who have settled in the country, but conflicts can arise when subgroups compete for societal resources. 

 Exercises ~ link in

1. What do you think the American flag represents? Would it bother you to see someone burn an American flag? Why or why not? 

2. What distinction does the text make between beliefs and values? Are there things that you believe in principle should be done that you might be uncomfortable with in practice? What are they? 

3. Do you agree that America is uniquely suited to foster freedom and equality? Why or why not? 

4. What characteristics make you think of someone as particularly American? Does race or cultural background play a role in whether you think of a person as American