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My favourite show.

2009-09-15 07:59:23 by Nuttro3


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2009-09-15 18:55:41

Lucky Star

Nuttro3 responds:

its gAY


2009-09-20 13:22:52

Do you really like that show???

Nuttro3 responds:

No, I Actually LOVE It


2009-09-25 16:16:19

As always, THIS is the best place to find the WORST videos.


2009-10-07 00:00:40

Now, Let me tell you about Alabama:

# Alabama introduced the Mardi Gras to the western world. The celebration is held on Shrove Tuesday, the day before Lent begins.

# Alabama workers built the first rocket to put humans on the moon.

# The world's first Electric Trolley System was introduced in Montgomery in 1886.

# Alabama is the only state with all major natural resources needed to make iron and steel. It is also the largest supplier of cast-iron and steel pipe products.

# Montgomery is the capital and the birthplace of the Confederate States of America.

# The Confederate flag was designed and first flown in Alabama in 1861.

# Alabama became the 22nd state on December 14, 1819.

# The town of Enterprise houses the Boll Weevil Monument to acknowledge the role this destructive insect played in encouraging farmers to grow crops other than cotton.

# Baseball player Henry Louis (Hank) Aaron was born in Mobile in 1934.

# Boxer Joe Louis was born in Lexington in 1914. He died in 1981.

# "Alabama" is the official state song.

# Baseball player Willie Howard Mays was born in Westfield in 1931.

# A skeleton of a pre-historic man was found in Russell Cave.

# At 2,405 feet Cheaha Mountain is Alabama's highest point above sea level.

# Huntsville is known as the rocket capital of the World.

# The Alabama Department of Archives is the oldest state-funded archival agency in the nation.

# The musical singing group Alabama has a Fan Club and Museum in Fort Payne.

# In 1902 Dr. Luther Leonidas Hill performed the first open heart surgery in the Western Hemisphere by suturing a stab wound in a young boy's heart. The surgery occurred in Montgomery.

# To help fund education Alabama instituted its state sales tax in 1937.

# Schools established in Mobile include Washington Academy (founded in 1811) and Huntsville Green Academy (founded in 1812).

# Between 1817 and 1819 Old Saint Stephens was the first territorial capital of Alabama.

# In 1956 the Army Ballistic Missile Agency was established at Huntsville's Redstone Arsenal.

# Governor George C. Wallace served four terms in office.

# In 1995 Heather Whitestone serves as first Miss America chosen with a disability.

# Alabama's geographic center is located in Chilton a community located 12 miles southwest of Clanton.

# The word Alabama means tribal town in the Creek Indian language.

# The United States Army Chemical Corps Museum in Fort McClellan contains over 4000 chemical warfare artifacts.

# Hitler's typewriter survived from his mountain retreat and is exhibited at the Hall of History in Bessemer.

# Blount County was created on February 7, 1818 and is older than the state.

# Winston County is often called the Free State of Winston. It gained the name during the Civil War.

# Mobile is named after the Mauvilla Indians.

# Peter Bryce is recognized as the state's first psychiatrist. He was born in 1834 and died in 1892.

# The Alabama State Flag was authorized by the Alabama legislature on February 16, 1895.

# Hematite is Alabama's official state mineral and is known as oxide of iron (Fe2O3).

# The Monarch butterfly (Danaus pleipuss) is the state's official insect.

# The star blue quartz is the state's official gemstone.

# The Florence Renaissance Faire is the Alabama's official fair.

# The pecan is the Alabama's official nut.

# People from Alabama are called Alabamians.

# On January 11, 1861 Alabama becomes the fourth state to secede from the Union.

# On January 28, 1846 Montgomery was selected as capital of Alabama.

# Tallulah Bankhead entertained as a star of stage, screen, and radio during the 1930s-1950s. She was born in Huntsville in 1902 and died in 1968.

# Singer and entertainer Nathaniel Adams (Nat King) Cole was known as the man with the velvet voice. He was born in Montgomery in 1919 and died in 1965.

# Alabama resident Sequoyah devised the phonetic, written alphabet of the Cherokee language.

# The Birmingham Airport opened in 1931. At the time of the opening a Birmingham to Los Angeles flight took 19 hours.

# Alabama's mean elevation is 500 feet at its lowest elevation point.

# Audemus jura nostra defendere is the official state motto. Translated it means "we dare defend our rights."

# Washington County is the oldest county in Alabama.

# General Andrew Jackson defeated the Creek Indians in 1814. Following the event the Native Americans ceded nearly half the present state land to the United States.

# At the Battle of Mobile Bay Admiral David Farragut issued his famous command, "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead." The event occurred on August 5, 1864.

Nuttro3 responds:

Wow i got Owned so hard, wow man youre a talented 4channer. wow man


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