Martin Luther King Day

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  1. axe4me

    axe4me Well-Known Member

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    How many of you are marching for King's legacy?

    I'm getting Mohs surgery this morning.

    It's my day off.
     
  2. South Park

    South Park Well-Known Member

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    If they had a march in Ventura county cal I would love to go.
     
  3. Lo-Tek

    Lo-Tek Well-Known Member

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    I’m not aware of any events in my neck of the woods. Also working today.
    Certainly wouldn’t mind doing something to honor the man and cause though.
     
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    AlvisX Well-Known Member

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    Im respecting my fellow man /woman today ......hell,everyday as I can
    That's all anyone really needs to do
     
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    Marching, yeah right...just another working day for me :agreed::applause:
     
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    Biddlin Well-Known Member

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    I'm attending a small memorial later. I try to follow Dr. King's philosophy of love and courage everyday.
     
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    Lance Chambers Well-Known Member

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    "MLK" is one of the very few that actually got it right............that's why our crony government took him out. :(
     
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    :wow:
     
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    wakjob Well-Known Member

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    No...not my skinny butt. Not in this cold.

    But I'll do what I do every year, and go to youtube and watch some of his speeches and reinvigorate my passion for his message.

    Brother man was a national treasure.
     
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    The man had mega balls. I wonder how much different the country would be had he lived. His death was a tragedy for all races.

    Harmony....

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    ricksdisconnected Well-Known Member

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    so much marching here in ATL one would thing there were earthquake tremors
     
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  12. Frodebro

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    It's a shame that people nowadays have completely forgotten about what Dr. King was trying to achieve. He sure wouldn't like the way things are now.
     
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