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The only pitch ever clocked faster than 103 mph was a 104.8 mph fastball by Detroit Tigers reliever Joel Zumaya on Oct. 10, 2006, in the American League Championship Series.
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"listen to my drum it is my heart beat"
ain't many dudes spitting postive these days so give gist some love for that.
New Video from Queens NYC artist Gist aka The Essence. good dude. positive messages in all his stuff. you should check him out.
Now the next sentence he uttered -- "Mind if I run with you?" -- is complicated for other reasons.
When someone asks if you mind if such and such, and you say yes, then that usually indicates that you do not want the request to be carried out. That is, you do not want "such and such" to happen. If you say no, meaning you don't mind, you are acknowledging that it is okay for "such and such" to happen.
People tend to get this mixed up though. I think that some people believe that "mind if I" and "may I" are synonymous, when in fact they are opposite.
"Mind if I eat your pet chicken?"
A response of "sure" indicates that you do mind -- you do not want your pet eaten -- but the inquisitive friend may misconstrue that and end up eating your bird.
Sundancer; by Leonard Peltier together with Oliver Shanti Family & Friends. Lyrics by Leonard Peltier.
un fucking real.
let's go tigers !!
kyle is going for a 3 win race weekend.
no one on the corner has swagger like boston bill.
you need to get his mixtape.
my dude boston bill !!
Jodi Archambault Gillette, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, was named by the Obama administration as deputy associate director in its intergovernmental affairs office.
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In 1925, Guy Roberts was an impressionable 15 year old working in the pool halls of Pound, Virginia, racking games and selling moonshine whiskey. During the 1930s he took to hauling moonshine over the mountain to Kentucky. After taking part in a robbery he was forced to flee across America on the lam. The video weaves together Guy's descriptions of his journey, family photographs, and the banjo music of Dock Boggs, including the song "Prodigal Son." Like the young man in the parable, Guy returned home, faced his punishment, and "lived a good life."