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therunningrec:

Here’s How The NBA Would Look If Everyone Went Home Like LeBron
Full list here. 

therunningrec:

Here’s How The NBA Would Look If Everyone Went Home Like LeBron

Full list here

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nbaoffseason:

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Every Ohio newspaper

nbaoffseason:

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Every Ohio newspaper

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mets:

Tonight was our 4,000th win in franchise history.  #LGM  (at Citi Field - @Mets )

mets:

Tonight was our 4,000th win in franchise history. #LGM (at Citi Field - @Mets )

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herondalectable:

let’s all take a moment to appreciate the fact that this guy

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has been with us our entire lives

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from all that

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to good burger

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to kenan and kel

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and now snl

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he has stayed with us from childhood to adulthood

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god bless you kenan thompson

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jayzslifeandtimes:

Today JAY Z’s debut album #ReasonableDoubt turns 18. http://bit.ly/Tj1cPm

jayzslifeandtimes:

Today JAY Z’s debut album #ReasonableDoubt turns 18. http://bit.ly/Tj1cPm

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rollingstone:

Prince released Purple Rain 30 years ago today. See why it is one of the greatest soundtracks of all time.

rollingstone:

Prince released Purple Rain 30 years ago today. See why it is one of the greatest soundtracks of all time.

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junkiedetectivesister:

Michael Joseph Jackson

29th August 1958 - 25th June 2009

"If you enter this world knowing you are loved and you leave this world knowing the same, then everything that happens in between can be dealt with."

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So today is the five-year anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, the thirty-year anniversary of Prince’s “Purple Rain” album, and the eighteen-year anniversary of Jay-Z’s debut album, “Reasonable Doubt”.

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tyelr:

if u didnt want to go the school in zoey 101 as a kid u are a liar and we r not friends

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ourtimeorg:

Here’s a crazy thought!

ourtimeorg:

Here’s a crazy thought!

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I wish more artists would sample Aaliyah. Smooth Sunday music.

I wish more artists would sample Aaliyah. Smooth Sunday music.

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todaysdocument:

Overturning the Racial Integrity Act


Decision, Loving v. Virginia, 06/12/1967
From the Records of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1772 - 2007

In June 1958, Richard Loving, a white man, and Mildred Jeter, a black woman, quietly married in Washington, DC. They returned home to Virginia and woke up one morning with policemen in their bedroom. The Lovings were arrested for violating the Racial Integrity Act of 1924. 
Richard and Mildred were found guilty and sentenced to one year in jail, or they could accept a plea bargain and leave Virginia. So they left. But by 1963, they sought legal help and the case was eventually sent to the United States Supreme Court. 
Dated June 12, 1967, and initialed by Chief Justice of the United States Earl Warren, this page confirms the decision the justices reached—they voted unanimously in favor of the Lovings. The Supreme Court justices ruled Virginia’s law violated the equal protection clause in the 14th amendment. 

(via the “Making Their Mark: Stories Through Signatures” eGuide)
The Supreme Court’s Decision is among the featured items at the “Making Their Mark: Stories Through Signatures" exhibit now on display at the National Archives Museum.

Happy Loving Day!

todaysdocument:

Overturning the Racial Integrity Act

Decision, Loving v. Virginia, 06/12/1967

From the Records of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1772 - 2007

In June 1958, Richard Loving, a white man, and Mildred Jeter, a black woman, quietly married in Washington, DC. They returned home to Virginia and woke up one morning with policemen in their bedroom. The Lovings were arrested for violating the Racial Integrity Act of 1924. 

Richard and Mildred were found guilty and sentenced to one year in jail, or they could accept a plea bargain and leave Virginia. So they left. But by 1963, they sought legal help and the case was eventually sent to the United States Supreme Court. 

Dated June 12, 1967, and initialed by Chief Justice of the United States Earl Warren, this page confirms the decision the justices reached—they voted unanimously in favor of the Lovings. The Supreme Court justices ruled Virginia’s law violated the equal protection clause in the 14th amendment

(via the “Making Their Mark: Stories Through Signatures” eGuide)

The Supreme Court’s Decision is among the featured items at the “Making Their Mark: Stories Through Signatures" exhibit now on display at the National Archives Museum.

Happy Loving Day!

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blaecny:

Robin Thicke Names His New Album ‘Paula’No but we’re serious! In a quest to get his love back so much so that he is naming his next album after her. Robin’s seventh studio album is dedicated to his estranged wife Paula Patton, and is set to release on July 1st.
Sidenote: Robin also released a song to her as well last month…Post Link: http://blaecny.com/music/news-music/robin-thicke-names-his-new-album-paula/

blaecny:

Robin Thicke Names His New Album ‘Paula’

No but we’re serious! In a quest to get his love back so much so that he is naming his next album after her. Robin’s seventh studio album is dedicated to his estranged wife Paula Patton, and is set to release on July 1st. Sidenote: Robin also released a song to her as well last month…

Post Link: http://blaecny.com/music/news-music/robin-thicke-names-his-new-album-paula/