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Updated 12-7-2018 GMT
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Hope you and yours enjoyed enthralling Thanksgibleting.
HAPPY NEW YEAR / Feliz Año Nuevo
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The growing tide of Teslacide
Latest news from Nevada's $1.4 billion corporate welfare champion
Menial Tasks, Slurs and Swastikas for Minorities
Many black workers at Tesla California plant say they faced racism
By Lauren Hepler / New York Times / First business page / Sunday 2 Dec. 2018
November 30 > St. Andrew's Day. Alleluia!
144 years ago on Thanksgiving weekend,
Barbed wire was patented (11-24-1874), ensuring full employment for doctors and lawyers in perpetuity.
On 18 Jan. 1813, Joseph Glidden, inventor of barbed wire, was born.
The west was never the same. Likewise here.
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