Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Video: Today in History for September 8th (Associated Press)

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

By Associated Press
Published on Sep 7, 2014

Highlights of this day in history: Galveston hurricane kills thousands; President Gerald Ford pardons Richard Nixon; Nazis begin Leningrad siege during World War II; Comedian Sid Caesar born; Original “Star Trek” premieres on TV. (Sept. 8)


Anonymous said...

On August 30th,I posted that I had witnessed an attempted felony by a black in a gas station (he attempted to use an unauthorized credit card to buy lottery tickets and a carton of cigarettes--while using a phony ID).
Today I was back at that gas station,buying my own lottery tickets,when the same guy,who was working there that day (I think he's the owner)gave me my change back and said,"Do you remember that guy that tried to buy stuff with a phony credit card?"
"Sure,did you call the cops on them?"
"No,but the detectives came in and checked surveillance video,found out who they(2 blacks total) were--and arrested them."
"Great news,"I said.
We need a lot more of it.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

EBT cards too when not used properly. Stay away from gas stations where it says EBT cards accepted here. Allows you to understand the basic nature of the surrounding community.

Anonymous said...

Galveston hurricane of 1900. Twice as many persons killed as at WTC on 9/11. Even more than on D-Day 1944.