What Frederick Douglass, Lincoln's thorn and partner, said to the crowd on the fifth of July, 1852
Despite his flaws, my No. 1 personal hero is—and has been since I was introduced at age 14 to his autobiography—Frederick Douglass, the runaway slave ... the Union (2007), the born-into-bondage ship caulker from Maryland met the free-born rail splitter ...
Dispiriting late-night repeats on London Live
The ship’s rudder is no more ... Personally, I’m left with many questions: How does it all work? Does the bread become sentient post-oven, pre-slicing, or post-slicing? If post-slicing, do you need a special knife? What does it think about?
Perpetual S*** And Pain: England’s Failings Part 1
So, where do we begin, and what does any of this have to with the English national ... This was a chance for Jack Wilshere, Kyle Walker, Micah Richards, Phil Jones, Stephen Caulker, Leighton Baines, Martin Kelly, Daniel Sturridge, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain ...
Queens Park Rangers’ Squad: Then (2012/13) and Now
By October 2012, Mark Hughes had brought in 12 players while shipping 18 others out ... maybe immoral is a strong word but they would sell their grandmother to do something. It’s all parts of the football ecosystem. I don’t want to go down that ...
'Glenn Beck:' The Struggle Between Black Americans and Labor Unions
BECK: Nobody likes to do that. Yes. Sure. I understand that ... Douglass himself had been ship's caulker in Baltimore and his son who was excluded from the typographers' union. BECK: OK. So here is what — here is what he said — are you ready?