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art quest

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doorbell battery

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broken wallet……..

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Never where………….

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Ay I was stranded and check checking account I though I was broke but f-i-f-t-y


What's something that you would want your great-great-great investments to know?

Here is an interesting story about my family in Mexico. There is a strange hole in the back of our house that has a history that goes back to the age of the wars between the Spaniards and the Mexican Indians.

Our home there, my grandmother's house, is shaped like a 'U' with a gate that surrounds that 'U'. My mom said when I asked her about this hole in the ground that is covered up with a round wooden board, during the way between the Spaniards and the Mexican Indians, our land was supposedly used as a fort, a defense fort. When the militia came the Indians threw all their stolen guns into this hole to keep them from being discovered and threw gravel and sand on top of it and pretended it was a potty.

These two people were an older couple who had helped the Indians out and couldn't do anything more when the Indians were taken away. My grandmother used to say that if we could dig down there, we probably had a gold mine in our hands because those rifles were the old Mexican militia rifles and were now worth money to collectors. It could be true, but who really knows? Who really has time to go looking for treasure?

My great grandmother was a modest woman whose father was a miner in the mines at Real de Cotorce. He had come into some gold and had given it to my great grandmother to care for before death. This gold was under her care for before death. This gold was under her care and was to be equally distributed amongst her brothers and sisters. My great grandmother was young at that time. She must have been between the ages of sixteen/twenty-one when she had this money, gold coins, to take care of.

One day greed got the better of one of her brothers who came begging her for the gold because he had an emergency. He promises to bring the whole bag back to her. She said no to him. He begged again and convinced her to give him the gold.

She never saw the gold again. Neither did her other brothers or sisters. But he became a very rich man and moved to the city. He had a family and the Rodrigueze's from the city were very rich people, while the Rodrigueze's from the little town were very poor.

My grandmother, Juanita, used to say that when my uncle from tPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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So youll be here soon?

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A. Chal


Wake word…..




This was the one of three state-of-the-art multiplexes (along with the Chatham 14 and 62nd & Western 10) all built by Inner City Entertainment and all opened November 26, 1997 through a partnership with Cineplex Odeon, who would operate them.

They were viewed as a significant effort to bring movies back to the city’s African-American community, and to help revitalize the south side. Following Loews-Cineplex’s reorganization, Marcus took over management in 2002.

In early-June 2007, ICE closed both this theater as well as the 62nd & Western Cinema. The ICE Lawndale 10 was re-opened in summer of 2011, but was closed again in 2013. It was reopened as Cinemas Entertainment 10 in late-summer of 2017, but was closed September 28, 2018.

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