In the brain of an undecided voter, it may be that “evidence gathering” part that is simply taking longer. It’s not that these undecided are indifferent, according to Wang, but they are more willing to take their time, essentially trading off speed for accuracy. At some point though, they typically hit a tipping point and the decision is activated..
The New York celebration follows others already held in Paris; Lawrence, Kansas; Chicago; London; and Bristol, England. Another is scheduled in San Francisco, in November. First night participants are Eric Andersen, Victor Bockris, John Giorno, Jan Herman, Thurston Moore, Simon Pettet, Jrgen Ploog, Genesis Breyer P Orridge, Anne Waldman, and Nick Zedd.
War atrocities in ChinaBelow is a set of 7 videos (“information films”) produced by the US War Department on the Japanese invasion of China, entitled “The Battle of China”. These films were produced in 1944. They explained a bit about the history of China and the Chinese people and went on to document the invasions of the Japanese into Chinese territories, and the terrible atrocities that the Japanese systemically inflicted on the helpless civilian population, culminating in the horrific atrocities committed in Nanking over a 6 week period from December 13.
Raised Protestant by an Anabaptist preacher, Oates entered Cambridge as a young man to study for Anglican orders. After misconduct got him dismissed from his Anglican post, he started associating with Catholic circles and feigned conversion . With the encouragement of fellow anti Catholic Israel Tonge, Oates infiltrated enemy territory by entering a Catholic seminary.
This still wasn’t enough as body snatching was a booming business. People would watch ghoulishly for freshly dug graves, dig them up, and under the cover of darkness deliver the poor dead to the door of whatever medical colleges were nearby. Some mortuaries and grave yards were even in on the business either turning a blind eye or outright selling dead people like they were meat..
13 near Port Charlotte as a Category 4 hurricane, with sustained winds of up to 150 miles per hour. The storm, which spawned nine tornadoes, caused 35 deaths in the United States, including a husband and wife in a mobile home that was destroyed and people killed by flying debris. The strongest hurricane to strike the United States since Hurricane Andrew in 1992, Charley caused an estimated $15 billion in damage in Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina..