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This is just a test to see how uploading photos works in 2019. Looks like most of the links for the photos in this thread have expired. Gonna start a new Twin Cities thread

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Paul David Wellstone (July 21, 1944 – October 25, 2002) was an American politician and two-term U.S. Senator from Minnesota. He was a member of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party and was a professor of political science at Carleton College before being elected to the Senate in 1990. Wellstone was a liberal and a leading spokesman for the progressive wing of the national Democratic Party. He served in the Senate in the 102nd, 103rd, 104th, 105th, 106th, and 107th congresses from 1991 until his death in a plane crash on 25 October 2002. His wife, Sheila, and daughter, Marcia, also died in the crash. They had two other grown children, David and Mark, who now co-chair the Wellstone Action nonprofit group.

Wellstone was known for his work for peace, the environment, labor, and health care; he also joined his wife Sheila to support the rights of victims of domestic violence. He made the issue of mental illness a central focus in his career. He was a solid supporter of increased immigration in the U.S. He opposed the first Gulf War in 1991 and, in the months before his death, spoke out against the government's threats to go to war with Iraq again. He was strongly supported by groups such as Americans for Democratic Action, the AFL-CIO, the Sierra Club, the ACLU, and People for the American Way.Senator Wellstone voted against authorizing the use of force before the Gulf War on January 12, 1991 (the vote was 52-47 in favor). He also voted against the use of force before the Iraq War on October 11, 2002 (the vote was 77-23 in favor) . Wellstone was one of 11 Democratic senators to vote against both the 1991 and 2002 resolutions.

 

On October 25, 2002, Wellstone died, along with seven others, in a plane crash in northern Minnesota, at approximately 10:22 a.m. He was 58. The other victims were his wife, Sheila, one of his three children, Marcia, the two pilots, and campaign staffers Will McLaughlin, Tom Lapic and Mary McEvoy. The plane was en route to Eveleth, where Wellstone was to attend the funeral of Martin Rukavina, a steelworker whose son Tom Rukavina serves in the Minnesota House of Representatives. Wellstone decided to go to the funeral instead of a rally and fundraiser in Minneapolis attended by Mondale and fellow Senator Ted Kennedy. He was to debate Norm Coleman in Duluth, Minnesota that same night.

 

 

 

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Hell yeah...wellstone was the man. I think it was sabatoge.

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guuuu you shouldn't steal flicks from peoples personal collections, I am pretty sure some of them aren't too happy.

 

But if you have permission...go for it.

 

 

FOR "CANNAGRAPHIC" and any other internet "lord."

 

 

 

 

IF YOU HAVE A "PERSONAL COLLECTION" DON'T PUT IT ON THE NET.

IT ISN'T PERSONAL ANYMORE, IS IT?

 

If your TO FUCKIN LAZY TO PRINT YOUR FLIX- TO BAD, STEP YOUR GAME UP.

MR.PHOTOGRAPHER (S)!

 

You don't fool me! I have flicks from WAY, WAY, WAY, BACK AND NOW...

BUT NOBODY CAN GET EM! WHY? BECAUSE I PUT IN THE WORK TO PRINT THEM AND HOLD THEM DOWN-STEP YOU GAME UP NEWJACK!

My photo album exists in real life, not on your internet fool.

 

AND I WILL NOT stop showing EVERYONES INTERNET FLIX! So stop leaving them out there or I will catch you slippin! PERIOD!

 

 

 

ALL OF MY PICS ARE STOLEN AND I DO NOT CARE, NOT EVEN A LITTLE BIT.

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