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why i made this my account name i have no idea.

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#87 - what is this scream actually from?  [+] (3 replies) 04/27/2016 on I SWEAR TO FUCKING GOD 0
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#89 - jewcmarshal (04/27/2016) [-]
It's from some porn video. The guy screams when he fucks. It's weird as hell.
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#91 - rhattmann (04/27/2016) [-]
Source ? Don't judge me
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#100 - soulknitter (04/28/2016) [-]
www.xvideos.com/video631291/black_guy_orgasm

Just searched up Nigger guy scream orgasm. First link.
#249 - I suppose she didn't directly change policy, but I think she's…  [+] (2 replies) 04/21/2016 on why 0
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#255 - lemonn (04/21/2016) [-]
In terms of the influence she had on future generations and policy, I would say you're right. She just doesn't fit with the rest (not because of her race or sex), it seems like the treasury would've put another historically influential political figure who was not involved in policy making on a bill before now if they were going to. So, I don't really have a problem with them doing it, I just thought they had some sort of meaningful criteria for determining who was to be on money since the other people on the bills seem to match each other.
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#256 - longlivethemcrmy (04/21/2016) [-]
I suppose she doesn't exactly "fit" with the others. However there was a vote, and she won it, so I guess there are people who want her on the bill, and I don't really see a problem with it either.
#238 - Tubman was a spy for the union during the civil war, as well a…  [+] (5 replies) 04/21/2016 on why +1
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#243 - lemonn (04/21/2016) [-]
Not in policy making and that sort of thing, those in my well endowed daddyistrative positions can affect countrywide and even worldwide change which is probably why the most notable of them are on the bills (I'm not sure what Andrew jackson did to positively change the country with his policies though except indirectly cause a stronger banking system after they were allowed to exist again, so I do think we should replace him). imo there are more deserving and influential figures ---like Teddy Roosevelt for example-- he's only on commemorative national park coins right now.
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#249 - longlivethemcrmy (04/21/2016) [-]
I suppose she didn't directly change policy, but I think she's still an influential historical figure, what with her work as an abolitionist and a suffragist. I think it's fitting for her to be on it, and I think it's nice that both black people and women have representation on money, since after all they certainly were a part of our nation's founding/history.
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#255 - lemonn (04/21/2016) [-]
In terms of the influence she had on future generations and policy, I would say you're right. She just doesn't fit with the rest (not because of her race or sex), it seems like the treasury would've put another historically influential political figure who was not involved in policy making on a bill before now if they were going to. So, I don't really have a problem with them doing it, I just thought they had some sort of meaningful criteria for determining who was to be on money since the other people on the bills seem to match each other.
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#256 - longlivethemcrmy (04/21/2016) [-]
I suppose she doesn't exactly "fit" with the others. However there was a vote, and she won it, so I guess there are people who want her on the bill, and I don't really see a problem with it either.
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#244 - lemonn (04/21/2016) [-]
goddamn it admi-n
#231 - Alexander Hamilton wasn't a president, he was the first secret…  [+] (7 replies) 04/21/2016 on why +1
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#234 - lemonn (04/21/2016) [-]
You're totally right, I forgot haha, man. I can safely say that everyone that has been on money was heavily involved with the (federal) government though.
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#238 - longlivethemcrmy (04/21/2016) [-]
Tubman was a spy for the union during the civil war, as well a leader in numerous battles along the Combahee River. I would think that's pretty heavy involvement in the government
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#243 - lemonn (04/21/2016) [-]
Not in policy making and that sort of thing, those in my well endowed daddyistrative positions can affect countrywide and even worldwide change which is probably why the most notable of them are on the bills (I'm not sure what Andrew jackson did to positively change the country with his policies though except indirectly cause a stronger banking system after they were allowed to exist again, so I do think we should replace him). imo there are more deserving and influential figures ---like Teddy Roosevelt for example-- he's only on commemorative national park coins right now.
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#249 - longlivethemcrmy (04/21/2016) [-]
I suppose she didn't directly change policy, but I think she's still an influential historical figure, what with her work as an abolitionist and a suffragist. I think it's fitting for her to be on it, and I think it's nice that both black people and women have representation on money, since after all they certainly were a part of our nation's founding/history.
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#255 - lemonn (04/21/2016) [-]
In terms of the influence she had on future generations and policy, I would say you're right. She just doesn't fit with the rest (not because of her race or sex), it seems like the treasury would've put another historically influential political figure who was not involved in policy making on a bill before now if they were going to. So, I don't really have a problem with them doing it, I just thought they had some sort of meaningful criteria for determining who was to be on money since the other people on the bills seem to match each other.
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#256 - longlivethemcrmy (04/21/2016) [-]
I suppose she doesn't exactly "fit" with the others. However there was a vote, and she won it, so I guess there are people who want her on the bill, and I don't really see a problem with it either.
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#244 - lemonn (04/21/2016) [-]
goddamn it admi-n