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  • April 1949) published in Kerouac: Selected Letters: Volume 1 1940-1956 (1996) All of life is a foreign country. Letter to John Clellon Holmes (24 June
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  • die for it, take the word "freedom" out of your vocabulary. Malcolm X, Chicago Defender (28 November 1962) If this is a country of freedom, let it be
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  • Catholic attack on Hitlerism — by George Cardinal Mundelein, Archbishop of Chicago (reported in News-Week, May 29). But Goebbels went beyond that issue to
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  • Avenger Captain America: The Winter Soldier Captain Phillips Care Bears Movie, The Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation Carlito's Way Carnal Knowledge Carrie
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  • We assure ourselves that genius must pay a terrible price. Often history bears us out: the creator, the supreme artist, the master of politics carries
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  • aesthetic values, and are closely connected with them. Colin Wilson in The Chicago Review (Volume 13, no. 2, 1959, p. 152-181) In short, if newspapers were
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  • little teddy bears. It seems to me, I'd call it day, or call a taxi, or... Crow: ...or call PETA! [Ross is violently manhandling a bear cub] Joel: What
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  • people of America. Richard Daley, mayor of Chicago, as quoted in "Daley endorses Obama for president" in The Chicago Tribune (10 February 2007) I'm going
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  • Subcommittee on the Constitution, U.S. House of Representatives, March 21, 1996 [2]. If partial-birth abortions remain legal, if Congress allows them
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  • Address to the 75th annual convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Chicago, Illinois (19 August 1974); in Public Papers of the Presidents of the United
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  • The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was a sitcom that ran from 1990 to 1996. Vivian: Sweetie, would you say grace, please? Ashley: Yes, mommy... (Starts rapping)
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  • Detective Ray Vecchio,a no-nonsense cop living in Chicago. Although the series was canceled in 1996, after a year's break, it was decided that Due South
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  • "Leo's Demise", from Wrigleyville: A Magical History Tour of the Chicago Cubs (1996) by Peter Golenbock, p. 421 Clemente was like me. He liked balls
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  • the salt of the earth; but if the salt loses its flavor, how shall it be seasoned? It is then good for nothing but to be thrown out and trampled underfoot
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  • Marshall: [looking for his password] Jelly beans, fluffernutter, Gummi bears, ginger snaps- this is a grocery list. Robin: For who, a witch building
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  • ignorance, infidelity, and barbarism. Another merit in the new flag is, that it bears no resemblance to the now infamous banner of the Yankee vandals. William
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  • and at the back there's two polar bears standing, calling "Any news about the iceberg?". Stephen Fry: How did Chicago get completely screwed up? Sue Perkins:
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  • Baggins. Magneto: Release me. Bill Corbett: [as Magneto] This is my spawning season and you don't have a license! Mike Nelson: [as Toad] I dreamt I was Seth
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