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Okay, so thanks to the modern media both conservative and liberal (uh, I mean Progressive), we have people in a frantic belief that one day the world will run out of oil.
The reason why we will never run out of oil is because there will always be at least one barrel left.
The Myth of Running Out of Oil
Google Opt Out Feature Lets Users Protect Privacy By Moving To Remote Village
Shall I hold you responsible for the "racism" I experienced first-hand as a small child ... from black kids, from the (older) children I thought were my friends, who, other than my little siblings, were the only children with whom I had regular contact?
Shall I hold you responsible for the "racism" I experienced first-hand as a grade-school pupil when, as I was waiting outside their school for my little sisters, a gang of black girls knocked me down (from behind) in the snow and knocked and kicked me down again when I tried to get up?
Shall I hold you responsible for the "racism" I experienced first-hand as a grade-school pupil when a gang of black boys (mostly my age) would daily chase me and my three siblings (all younger than I) for several blocks as we walked home from school?
Shall I hold you responsible for the "racism" I experienced first-hand as a kid when some black neighbor boys set fire to our house? (How fortunate that I heard an odd noise, the breaking of the glass in a storm window, and went to investigate the noise!)
Shall I hold you responsible for the "racism" I experience as an adult in so many interactions with black persons?
An Iliocentrism Conversation About Race
Ominous Music Heard Throughout U.S. Sends Nation Into Panic
The Beatles "rooftop concert" was a compromise, the end of the failed Let It Be (Get Back) project (a live album of new material and a documentary about its creation, ending with a concert or even a new tour). The concert never happened, but to end the film, they performed for 42 minutes on the roof of Apple Studios in London.
And from their previous album The Beatles, AKA The White Album, the strange, experimental Revolution 9, a track more Yoko Ono than Beatles.