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(WTKR)   Full moon gets partial blame for death of "Stonewall" Jackson after being shot by his own troops during the Civil War. Although to be fair they did use silver bullets   ( wtkr.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Sky & Telescope, full moons, Texas State University, Virginia Military Institute, American Civil War, Gettysburg Address, Confederate Army  
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2013-05-02 09:05:58 AM  
Wait, the south had werewolves as well as vampires? I didn't think they got along.
2013-05-02 09:13:45 AM  
In before the Coors fans.
2013-05-02 09:29:17 AM  
I heard they pelted him with lemons.
2013-05-02 10:20:54 AM  
Slavery: still a better love story than Twilight.
2013-05-02 10:45:48 AM  
S & T getting a lot of Fark love lately.  Good.
2013-05-02 10:53:12 AM  
2013-05-02 03:31:59 PM  
... was that a Kitty Norville reference?
2013-05-02 04:26:32 PM  
Read "Damned Nation" by Nick Pollotta for the whole story...

2013-05-02 04:51:00 PM  
I thought it was because he was a poof

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2013-05-02 05:20:59 PM  
I've never been blinded by moon backlight in my life.
Moonlight makes it easier to spot targets, not identify them.
Herpaderp article is herpaderp.
2013-05-02 05:50:11 PM  
Had nothing to do with the fact that he was a psychotic religious fanatic.  Of course.
2013-05-02 05:53:38 PM  
This sounds like a job for
The Amazing Screw on Head
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