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Information about joesixpack (Last disconnected Tue Jul 25 2017 19:35):

              rating [need] win  loss  draw total   best
Crazyhouse      1026  [6]     0     1     0     1                      
Bullet          1169  [8]     0     1     0     1                      
Blitz           1530  [8]   441   417    37   895   1533 (02-Jul-2004) 
Standard        1688  [6]   131    92    14   237   1738 (16-Jul-2001) 
1-minute        1350  [8]     0     1     0     1                      

 1:   "joe, you are a moral man, and that is why you find my views so
  offensive..." - dugoutdoug, 6/20/04;
 2: " Travels in the Interior of Africa " by Mungo Park, is an account of his
  exploration of what are now the countries of Senegal, Mali, Niger and Gambia
  in 1800 or thereabouts...fascinating stuff, not only for Park's explorations,
  but a picture of African society...
 3: a list of (mostly) obscure chess books, with brief descriptions, that i
  posted on amazon years ago...i'm too lazy to make changes, so for now, it'll
  have to do:
 4: eric draitser geopolitical analysis and reporting: ;  Community Public Radio - live stream ;; Tom  Secker " " - CIA,
  MI5/6, hollywood and more
 5: : "...The Narrative of a
  Five Years Expedition against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam (1796) which,
  with its firsthand depictions of slavery and other aspects of colonization,
  became an important tool in the early abolitionist cause."
 6: " The Narrative ": volume 1: ; volume 2:
 7: william cooper and dave hosts, "conspiracy
  theorists"...cooper comes at things from the right; emory, the left...about
  cooper: ; cooper's archives:;
  ...emory's site: ; emory's archives:
 8:  " How Europe Underdeveloped Africa "'s a link to the full text: ---> the same banks that
  prospered because of slavery now issue loans to African governments at
  exorbitant interest rates, which those governments cannot repay
 9:  they cannot even pay off the interest on those loans, let alone the
  principal...debt slavery...a great movie about this: " Life and Debt "
10: vladika01(97): Spin was like ancient Rome
  CrazyIvan(97): no, vlad, he was the enlightenment


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