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noting 25.

the crimes of this guilty land will never be purged away but with blood. – John brown on my birthday on his way to the gallows. 1860

http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/december2nd.html  it amuses me the following, the first sustaining nuclear chain reaction is less than a year after the us enters ww2, twelve years later maccarthy is censured for his which?hunt of which tricky dick did a lot of til that was curtailed yet tricky dicky made it to vp and later p…. amusing my actual entry to this world is a bombing day in birmingham.. glad I ain’t irish much :D.  but back to famous lines of felons

http://www.goodprisoner.com/famous-federal-prisoners/  heh, i can mine for wordgold here save for this issue i don’t want to listen to another kevin truedeau. and rap with martha about her rap. but in fairness one should get information or inspirations somewhere! so maybe I’m helpful.

“There’s a difference between criminals and crooks. Crooks steal. Criminals blow some guy’s brains out. I’m a crook.”
 Ronald Biggs quote

how very very comforting.

please don’t let me fall… uttered before her hanging…mary elizabeth jenkins surrat

http://www.list25.com/….etc. list25 25 most famouse last words.

the mary antoinette one is also darling 🙂

of course it’s fictional but, did you do it?…only guilty man in shawshank.= andy and red  shawshank redemption tim robbins and morgan freeman

http://www.blacksheepancestors.com/usa/outlaws.shtml  unfortunately one will have to pick their favs to investigate as links to geocities are long defunct.  but the names are useful.

 

what is most amusing is the high cost of notority PAID…seems we want not our john wayne but our billy the kid.

continuing on the famous felons theme 😀

“Father, I entrust my spirit into your hands!”
(Luke 23:46)
– Jesus of nazareth.

 

 

 

http://www.amazon.com/Gallows-Speeches-From-Eighteenth-Century-Ireland/dp/1851826114

http://www.amazon.com/Gallows-Speeches-From-Eighteenth-Century-Ireland/dp/1851826114

http://www.amazon.com/Gallows-Speeches-From-Eighteenth-Century-Ireland/dp/1851826114

http://www.amazon.com/Gallows-Speeches-From-Eighteenth-Century-Ireland/dp/1851826114

http://www.amazon.com/Gallows-Speeches-From-Eighteenth-Century-Ireland/dp/1851826114

http://www.amazon.com/Gallows-Speeches-From-Eighteenth-Century-Ireland/dp/1851826114

http://www.amazon.com/Gallows-Speeches-From-Eighteenth-Century-Ireland/dp/1851826114

http://www.amazon.com/Gallows-Speeches-From-Eighteenth-Century-Ireland/dp/1851826114

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Everything and Nothing interests me. I cook read, write and even have to clean. I SHOULD NOTE: I'm 40 something.

5 responses to “noting 25.

  1. Wow, this is VERY interesting! I’ve always been fascinated by people’s last words/dying words, but I’ve never read/heard any from those who were on their way to the gallows, etc. I will bookmark the links so I can check them out. I’ve been to a Billy the Kid museum in NM, and a John Wayne Museum in CA and IA. Interesting dudes!
    HUGS!!! 🙂

    • I liked that song oddly… where is my john wayne? turning out to be of that time but i didn’t here it till far later is a similar line in the beautiful south’s good as gold….stupid as mud i want my wind swept ingrid berman kiss not in the next life, I’ll have it in this..wait that’s carry on reguardless by the beautiful south but whichever :D… I’ve not done the two museums you mentioned but i did get to see the laura ingalls wilder museum in mansfield missouri once. of course groing up denver i’ve seen buffalo bill cody’s grave on our lookout mountain roughly evergreen colorado. too. I was rather amused running my a/e biographies at once upon a time work perhaps the most interesting to me wasn’t someone i adored but ronald reagan… watching it later was useful though to understand they were part of their times not the whole holders of all the strings. but there you go. fun stuff 😀 hugs anyways but thanks for being so enthusiastic and thurough :*

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