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aspiringdoctoruk: king-jarrod: basedinreality: Meanwhile, Trump’s inauguration was literally the most watched program in American history at 31.1 million viewers The most watched program in American history at 115.2 million viewers was Super Bowl XLIX on February 1, 2015. And the only non-sporting event that made the top 20 of most watched broadcasts was at number 8 the M*A*S*H finale on February 28, 1983 with 105.9 million viewers. Trump’s inauguration wasn’t even the most viewed inauguration, that goes to President Reagan’s first inauguration with nearly 42 million viewers, the second most watched inauguration goes to President Obama’s first inauguration with 37 million viewers. So Trump’s inauguration was very far from “literally the most watched program in American history” as you put it. But who needs facts in Trump America? : DC Maryland Virginia @DMVFollowers Follow Yesterday Metro set the record for the 2nd busiest day in history with 1,001,613 trips. Obama's inauguration was 1st with 1.1 million trips. aspiringdoctoruk: king-jarrod: basedinreality: Meanwhile, Trump’s inauguration was literally the most watched program in American history at 31.1 million viewers The most watched program in American history at 115.2 million viewers was Super Bowl XLIX on February 1, 2015. And the only non-sporting event that made the top 20 of most watched broadcasts was at number 8 the M*A*S*H finale on February 28, 1983 with 105.9 million viewers. Trump’s inauguration wasn’t even the most viewed inauguration, that goes to President Reagan’s first inauguration with nearly 42 million viewers, the second most watched inauguration goes to President Obama’s first inauguration with 37 million viewers. So Trump’s inauguration was very far from “literally the most watched program in American history” as you put it. But who needs facts in Trump America?

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After the war, Cuddy continued to blaze trails. In 1947, she defied her mother and married a white man, defying anti-miscegenation laws in Virginia, where she lived at the time, and marrying on base instead. Cuddy became an intelligence officer breaking codes for the Navy and later joined the NSA, where she ran a think tank of 300 linguists and other experts gathering Russian intelligence. In 2012, her son recalled that her travels took her to the segregated South, where she would sit in the back of the bus with black people. Cuddy’s gesture was one of solidarity—as her son explained, her light skin color and her Korean features confused people she met in the South. By using “colored” bathrooms and complying with racial segregation laws, Cuddy was making a statement about her race and supporting those who did not have a choice. (http:-time.com-4314308-susan-cuddy-history-): NERDY @nerdyasians american history books have forgotten her, but susan ahn cuddy was the first female gunnery officer of any ethnicity in the u.s. navy. she joined the navy in 1942 and served until 1946, reaching the rank of lieutenant. she really deserves to be remembered s NAVY After the war, Cuddy continued to blaze trails. In 1947, she defied her mother and married a white man, defying anti-miscegenation laws in Virginia, where she lived at the time, and marrying on base instead. Cuddy became an intelligence officer breaking codes for the Navy and later joined the NSA, where she ran a think tank of 300 linguists and other experts gathering Russian intelligence. In 2012, her son recalled that her travels took her to the segregated South, where she would sit in the back of the bus with black people. Cuddy’s gesture was one of solidarity—as her son explained, her light skin color and her Korean features confused people she met in the South. By using “colored” bathrooms and complying with racial segregation laws, Cuddy was making a statement about her race and supporting those who did not have a choice. (http:-time.com-4314308-susan-cuddy-history-)

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rebelminds: siryouarebeingmocked: durkin62: j0skik: “65 year old with gun only thing standing between a full scale government takeover” No, more like a bunch of people with guns about 50 times the size of the entire military, about 500 times the number with actual combat posistions, and enough spare guns to arm literally the entire nation. I like how this piece of brilliance ignores the whole “crushing” part. Which implies the government uses deadly force. Oh, and Japanese Americans had their guns confiscated when they were interned. Many of them tried to turn in ‘problematic’ stuff ahead of time, including guns, hoping it would help. It didn’t. They were also given the option to voluntarily ‘resettle’ outside of certain areas. Though it is fun to see a bunch of left-wing people using an example of a racist government policy by a Democrat as evidence to support gun control. Also the fact that the same political group that passed the internment camps is the one trying to grab our guns now ^That part*: Mikel Jollett@Mikel_Jollett 9h Jacob Wohl e @JacobAWohl Remember that period in American history when people were crushed by the government and marched off to camps? Neither do l. That's because we have the Second Amendment. 2/24/18, 4:17 PM Qasim Rashid, Esq. @MuslimiQ Japanese concentration camps rebelminds: siryouarebeingmocked: durkin62: j0skik: “65 year old with gun only thing standing between a full scale government takeover” No, more like a bunch of people with guns about 50 times the size of the entire military, about 500 times the number with actual combat posistions, and enough spare guns to arm literally the entire nation. I like how this piece of brilliance ignores the whole “crushing” part. Which implies the government uses deadly force. Oh, and Japanese Americans had their guns confiscated when they were interned. Many of them tried to turn in ‘problematic’ stuff ahead of time, including guns, hoping it would help. It didn’t. They were also given the option to voluntarily ‘resettle’ outside of certain areas. Though it is fun to see a bunch of left-wing people using an example of a racist government policy by a Democrat as evidence to support gun control. Also the fact that the same political group that passed the internment camps is the one trying to grab our guns now ^That part*

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Last Thursday, Collin Kaepernick and Dave Chappelle were both awarded the W.E.B Dubois medal by Harvard’s University’s Hutchins Center for African American Reasearch. According to the Hutchins Center, "The medal honors those who have made significant contributions to African and African-American history and culture, and more broadly, individuals who advocate for intercultural understanding and human rights in an increasingly global and interconnected world." The medal ceremony will be taking place on October 11 at Sander's Theatre, Memorial Hall in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Congrats to both. They deserve it. RAPTVSTAFF: Charlie! @thatkidcm: DAVE CHAPPELLE AND COLIN KAEPERNICK TO BE AWARDED W.E.B DU BOIS MEDAL AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY HoT Last Thursday, Collin Kaepernick and Dave Chappelle were both awarded the W.E.B Dubois medal by Harvard’s University’s Hutchins Center for African American Reasearch. According to the Hutchins Center, "The medal honors those who have made significant contributions to African and African-American history and culture, and more broadly, individuals who advocate for intercultural understanding and human rights in an increasingly global and interconnected world." The medal ceremony will be taking place on October 11 at Sander's Theatre, Memorial Hall in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Congrats to both. They deserve it. RAPTVSTAFF: Charlie! @thatkidcm

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