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#43 - Not so fun fact: the Great Holocaust of Star Wars canon means …  [+] (1 new reply) 10/15/2014 on The Real Darth Maul 0
User avatar #45 - thebaseballexpert (10/15/2014) [-]
serious.

why do people care about canon so much, instead of just reading-the-books/watching-the-movies for their own individual merit? or at the very least the cinematic universe and novel universe be ARs?
#17 - And penis likes you, my friend. 10/14/2014 on death to all penises +4
#229 - Well, **** . You better get on it, then. I'm m…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/30/2014 on Anon tells a story 0
User avatar #231 - thewulfman (09/30/2014) [-]
And I want to read yours, I'm big into science fiction as well (there's a little bit of it in my novel, realistic space stuff for the time period, late 60's). So get on publishing that book, what's the worst that can happen, no one reads it? No different than if you don't publishing it at all. So do it faggot I love you No homo Some homo
#161 - That sounds ******* awesome. Where can I read it?  [+] (3 new replies) 09/30/2014 on Anon tells a story 0
User avatar #171 - thewulfman (09/30/2014) [-]
I'm still working on my novel. It could be years before I finish it. Sorry.
#229 - dcj (09/30/2014) [-]
Well, shit. You better get on it, then.
I'm more of a Science Fiction guy, myself. Haven't worked up the nerve to publish my first book, despite seven rounds of revision.
Don't hold yourself back; nothing is perfect.
And I want to read your goddamn book.
User avatar #231 - thewulfman (09/30/2014) [-]
And I want to read yours, I'm big into science fiction as well (there's a little bit of it in my novel, realistic space stuff for the time period, late 60's). So get on publishing that book, what's the worst that can happen, no one reads it? No different than if you don't publishing it at all. So do it faggot I love you No homo Some homo
#113 - I would seriously love whoever elaborated on number five.  [+] (5 new replies) 09/18/2014 on USA fact comp 0
User avatar #136 - theincorrigibleone (09/18/2014) [-]
It was a dude named Anthony Johnson. He was an early African American colonist after he himself worked as an indentured servant and earned his freedom. Afterwards, thanks to the fact that he knew what it was like to be an indentured servant and saw how much his boss liked owning people he decided to take his new land and start up his own plantation. Eventually he became very successful and had quite a few indentured servants of his own. Go a bit into the future and we see he had a man named John Casor working under him. John Casor at once point approached a Captain Goldsmith and claimed that his indentured servitude had ended about seven years earlier and that Johnson was keeping him illegally but that he now wanted to work for Goldsmith. Goldsmith went ahead and hired him on. When Johnson found out about this he went ahead and filed suit saying that Casor was his property. Johnson won the suit and Casor was deemed to be his property and slave until Johnson released him. This along with one other case which I forget the name of are what brought the first Slave Laws into being here in the U.S.

Source: I work on a historic plantation in southern VA as an interpreter (ranger/guide).
#154 - theonemica (09/18/2014) [-]
Do you know if he's actually the first person to own a slave in America? The rest were just indentured servants that got their freedom after they worked their debt right?
User avatar #158 - theincorrigibleone (09/18/2014) [-]
He was the first one to truly own a slave, yes. There were plenty of indentured servants that had extremely long sentences before that though. Many of which bordered on lifetime sentences. However, with them being indentured servants, they were required to be treated slightly better than you were required to treat slaves.

That being said, most slaves were treated rather well. Many small farmers and even smaller plantation owners would be seen working out in the fields alongside them. Slaves were property and an investment. You don't slash the tires of your car, so why would you treat anything else of yours poorly? Many slaves had their own small houses and lived rather well all-in-all. It's not until we get to the mega plantations that we see consistent abuse of slaves. This is because at that point the owner has to have multiple overseers employed just to keep the place running. These overseers don't see the slaves as their own property and aren't as likely to treat them well. Overall though, we see worse treatment of many white people in the south at the time. This group of people is where we get the term White Trash. They started as solely Irish and Scotch immigrants that were given the worst land and never had anything to work with, but later encompassed many farmers who were pushed off their land by wealthier plantation owners. These poor farmers turn to be either tenant farmers or do other forms of manual labor. And since many of these people didn't have valuable skills they were given the worst living conditions and did the most dangerous jobs (slaves were too valuable to risk losing). At High Bridge State Park here in Virginia, one of the major questions asked is how many slaves it took to build the bridge. Slaves weren't sent up to work on the bridge (the largest bridge in the world at the time). White migrant workers (aka the White Trash) were the ones up on the bridge and the ones who fell to their death in order to construct it.
#159 - theonemica (09/18/2014) [-]
Neat! Thanks so much for the info.
User avatar #160 - theincorrigibleone (09/18/2014) [-]
No problem bro.
VIRGINIA STATE PARKS 4 LYFE
#93 - Anyone have this without Courage Wolf?  [+] (1 new reply) 09/04/2014 on (untitled) +2
#100 - crazyuchiha (09/04/2014) [-]
Here you go
#54 - I don't know, man. The part where Han Solo and …  [+] (1 new reply) 08/20/2014 on Cosplay orginality +1
User avatar #56 - teightyecho (08/20/2014) [-]
Wasn't that in the beginning? lol

It's been a while since I read it, but they end up running into thousands of zombies. Chewie get's bitten and they barely escape. I don't remember anything mind blowing.
#9 - But that's the best part. See, my mom's pretty small, but I'm … 08/04/2014 on :( +18
#5 - Comment deleted 08/03/2014 on Halo Comp V: Sergeant Johnson 0
#4 - Sweet mother of **** , you're right! Either they r…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/03/2014 on Halo Comp V: Sergeant Johnson 0
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#1 - traks (03/19/2014) [-]
Awesome halo comp man, would love to see another because Halo is the 						****
Awesome halo comp man, would love to see another because Halo is the ****
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