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(Newser)   Some 121 years after the Coal Creek War broke out, Tennessee has officially declared an end to hostilities with coal miners enraged by the use of convict labor to replace free workers. A peace treaty has been signed   (newser.com) divider line 51
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2013-05-28 03:44:49 PM
Not to change the subject, but when those pussy Frenchies were put against the wall by their ruling class, they pushed back by rounding them up and shooting or decapitating them en masse.  But the manly Galtesque self-interested heroes of the Land of the Free would never stoop to such ignoble behavior.


/mainly because they have no balls, and the richies know it
 
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