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Dennis Lukes 01-23-2019 10:05 PM

This Day in History: January 23rd
 
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1368 - The Ming Dynasty begins in China, a land populated by heathen yellow-skinned Canaanites.


1556 - God displays his despleasure with the Chinks by unleashing the deadliest earthquake in history, sending approximately 830,000 of the slanty-eyed devils to Hell (Luke 21:11). Presumably the demons are forced to work overtime to handle the sudden influx of damned souls in need of torture.


1570 - James Stewart, Regent for the infant James VI, King of Scots, is the first leader to be assassinated with a firearm. God must have worked through the shooter, because through His direction James later becomes King James I of England and commissions the Bible personally dictated by God.


1849 - Elizabeth Blackwell receives her M.D. (instead of an Biblically approved M.R.S.) and becomes the first female doctor in the United States (Job 13:4, 1 Timothy 2:12).


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1964 - The 24th Amendment to the United States Constitution outlaws poll taxes, which had been used to keep certain undesirables from voting. Pictured above is the tragic outcome.


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1986 - The Devil's Music Hall of Fame (officially known as the "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame") inducts its first members.


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1989 - God strikes dead the deranged Spanish surrealist "artist" Salvador Dali, who did not glorify God with his bizarre works (1 Corinthians 10:31).


1997 - Madeleine Albright, a liberal Czech bulldyke, becomes the first woman to serve as Secretary of State.

Jeb Stuart Thurmond 01-23-2019 10:21 PM

Re: This Day in History: January 23rd
 
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People talk about surrealism, but this crazy Mexicans real "contribution" to art was when he invented heavy metal album covers:

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The face on that demon is Shirley Temple, who burns in hell.

Jim C. Lombardo 01-24-2019 04:26 AM

Re: This Day in History: January 23rd
 
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Originally Posted by Dennis Lukes (Post 1244969)

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1964 - The 24th Amendment to the United States Constitution outlaws poll taxes, which had been used to keep certain undesirables from voting. Pictured above is the tragic outcome.

Is that Neil DeGrasse Tyson on the left, sans his moustache?

Dennis Lukes 01-24-2019 06:18 PM

Re: This Day in History: January 23rd
 
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Originally Posted by Jim C. Lombardo (Post 1244988)
Is that Neil DeGrasse Tyson on the left, sans his moustache?

It just might be.
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