KevinISlaughter / Kevin I. Slaughter

Kevin I. Slaughter is a vulgarian and elitist, half son of the South, half child of Mother England. He owns the 3rd largest private collection of vintage Super 8mm porn on the East Coast, plus an extensive library of adult paperbacks. Other than smut, his bookshelves are littered with titles by authors with names such as: Ardrey, Batille, Buchanan, Burroughs (E.R.), Crisp, Dahl, Darwin, Dixon, Friedman, Fussell, Galton, Gilmore (J & P.H.), Goad, Goffman, Gresham, Hammett, Hecht, Hitchens, Hoffer, Home, Huysmans, LaVey, LeBon, Legman, London, Lovecraft, Ludovici, Malebranche, Mishima, Moynihan, Nietzsche, Parfrey, Petros, Pinker, Putnam, Rand, Reich, Rockwell, Rushton, Sante, Shermer, Sotos, Southern, Spengler, Spillane, Stirner, Thompson, Tully, Twain, Waters, and Willeford.

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  1. Munk Debate: The Rise of Populism

    Steve Bannon, the former head of Breitbart News and former chief strategist to President Trump, argues for the resolution that the “future of western politics is populist, not liberal.”

    Arguing the opposing side is Canadian-American David Frum, senior editor at The Atlantic, former speechwriter for President George W. Bush, and author of the recent book "Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Public."

    Rudyard Griffiths moderates the debate from Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto. (November 2, 2018)

    Note: Due to a technical error, the Munk Debates announced incorrect voting results at the conclusion of the event. The final official audience vote on the resolution was 28% in favour and 72% opposed. The Munk Debates have announced that the debate ended in a draw and apologized for the error.

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  2. CONSURA

    CONSURA

    https://consura.pw/nextcloud/index.php/s/CH8qFi3gR2NebzA

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  3. Relaxing Armenian music with duduk

    Sad and Mysterious Armenian duduk music 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbOa6B_76Gw

    • Hovern enkan - A cool breeze is blowing - Gevorg Dabagian 0:01 - 4:31 • Amen aravot - Every morning - Gevorg Dabagian 4:35 - 8:13 • Akh im champen - Ah, my road - Gevorg Dabagian 9:52 - 11:54 • Es gisher, lusnak gisher - Tonight the moon is full - Gevorg Dabagian 11:57 - 15:49 • Kali yerg - Harvest song - Gevorg Dabagian 15:53 - 21:27 • Kamantcha - Gevorg Dabagian 21:28 - 24:25 • Kezanits mas chunem - I miss you - Gevorg Dabagian 24:30 - 29:19 • Dle yaman - Gevorg Dabagian 29:51 - 33:37 • Tui tui - Gevorg Dabagian 33:39 - 36:15 • Yes mi tsar em tsirani and tsirani bar mi tar - The apricot tre - Gevorg Dabagian 36:20 - 40:52 • Vorskan akhper - Brother hunter - Gevorg Dabagian 40:55 - 45:45 • Ashkhares mi panjara ye - The world is a window - Gevorg Dabagian 45:50 - 48:45 • Tsarere tsahgum en - The trees are in bloom - Gevorg Dabagian 48:50 - 53:06 • Pailun arusiak - Shining Arusiak - Gevorg Dabagian 53:08 - 56:05 • Vasn mero perkutian - For us to be saved - Gevorg Dabagian 56:08 - 58:35 • Chachaneh tsaghadzoreh - Gevorg Dabagian 59:51 - 1:01:24 • Me khosk unim - I have a word for you - Gevorg Dabagian 1:01:29 - 1:05:49 • Alashkerti cochari - Gevorg Dabagian 1:05:53 - 1:09:40

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  4. Mildred Loomis discusses the green revolution and the back to the land movement ; part 2 | The WFMT Studs Terkel Radio Archive | A Living Celebration

    Discussing the green revolution and the "modern homestead" and interviewing Mildred Loomis. Mildred Loomis discusses the back to the land movement.

    https://studsterkel.wfmt.com/programs/mildred-loomis-discusses-green-revolution-and-back-land-movement-part-2

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  5. Broselmaschine Broselmaschine 1971 Full Album Listen

    1. Gedanken 0:00:00
    2. Lassie (traditional) 0:05:05
    3. Gitarrenstuck 0:10:12
    4. The Old Man’s Song 0:12:13
    5. Schmetterling 0:17:38
    6. Nossa Boba 0:27:07

    Pays : Germany Genre : Rock Progressif Symphonique Dates : 1966 - 1971

    • Jenni Schucker / vocals, flute, shells
    • Willi Kismer / vocals, guitars, zither
    • Lutz Ringer / metallophon, bass
    • Mike Hellbach / congas, tabla, spoons, mellotron
    • Peter Bursch / vocals, acoustic guitar, sitar, flute

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  6. The Woods Band_ The Woods Band (1971) full album

    Gay Woods was the 2nd female vocal on "Hark the village wait" steeleye span. And she broke away and did this in 71. So fairly heavy credentials. Amazingly having owned Hark the village wait for over a decade I had never properly read the booklet lol, I read LPs but rarely cd booklets, I thought the vocals were just overdubs of Maddy’s voice so this was an amazing find. Thanks to my friend James for turning me on to it. A1 Everytime

    A2 Noisey Johnny A3 January’s Snows

    A4 Lament & Jig (Inc. ‘Valencia Lament’ & ‘Apples In Winter’) B1 Dreams B2 As I Roved Out B3 Promises B4 Over The Bar (Inc. ‘The Road To Athy’) Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, Slide Guitar, Harpsichord — Ed Deane Arranged By — Woods Band* (tracks: A3, A4, B2) Concertina, Autoharp, Dulcimer, Bodhrán, Vocals — Gay Woods Design [Sleeve] — Scribble (5) Drums, Vocals — Pat Nash (2) Engineer — Robin Black Mandola, Concertina, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, Vocals — Terry Woods Photography [Inside] — Robin Clifford Producer — Tony Reeves Written-By — E. Deane* (tracks: B4), T.&G. Woods* (tracks: B3, B4), Terry Woods (tracks: A1, A2), T. Woods* (tracks: B1), Trad.* (tracks: A3, A4, B2)

    Its not quite up there with the first Sspan album but its certainly very good. Enjo…

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  7. Mildred Loomis discusses the green revolution and the back to the land movement ; part 1 | The WFMT Studs Terkel Radio Archive | A Living Celebration

    Discussing the green revolution and the "modern homestead" and interviewing Mildred Loomis. Mildred Loomis discusses the back to the land movement.

    https://studsterkel.wfmt.com/programs/mildred-loomis-discusses-green-revolution-and-back-land-movement-part-1

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  8. Charlie B. Slaughter | MTS Family

    http://www.mtsfamily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/CBS10-8-1972.mp3Charlie Slaughter Birthday Dinner, October 8, 1972

    This tape is only 19 minutes.

    It is similar to the previous year.

    It starts out with Johnson Slaughter playing the piano.

    Then Charlie Slaughter joins in with banjo.

    After a few songs, Johnson and his sisters sing “Jesus Is Coming Soon” and “Mansion Over The Hilltop.”

    Then there’s more of Charlie Slaughter, accompanied by his son, Abner, on electric guitar.

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  9. Charlie B. Slaughter | MTS Family

    http://www.mtsfamily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/CBS10-3-1971.mp3Charlie Slaughter Birthday Dinner, October 3, 1971

    This was recorded with a hand-held cassette tape recorder at my grandfather’s home in Jasper, NC.

    He was using an amplifier with his banjo this year.

    If you will notice at about 23.5 minutes, he stops playing.

    A string broke on his banjo.

    I found another banjo and handed it to him so he could continue playing.

    At the beginning, you will hear Johnson Slaughter singing and playing the piano.

    He and his sisters play and sing later on the tape.

    Others you can hear on the tape are Abner Slaughter and Thad Lilly on electric guitars, and Theodore Morris on banjo.

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  10. Enoch Powell - Rivers of Blood Speech (FULL) ✔

    Enoch Powell’s address to the General Meeting of the West Midlands Area Conservative Political Centre (commonly called "Rivers of Blood" speech) on 20 April 1968 was a speech criticising Commonwealth immigration, and anti-discrimination legislation that had been proposed in the United Kingdom. Amazon Audible

    Free 30 Day Trial - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00OPA2XFG?tag=oowkmedia-21

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