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Assassination, Crush, and Drunk: EXTRA! EXTRA! ONION THE in Our Oreat Republic. Prioe Two Cents. The Bast Souroe of Nows Wodneaday. August 5, 1914 WAR DECLARED BY ALL AUSTRIA DECLARES WAR ON SERBIA DECLARES WAR ON GERMANY DECLARES WAR ON FRANCE DECLARES WAR ON TURKEY DECLARES WAR ON RUSSIA DECLARES WAR ON BULGARIA DECLARES WAR ON BRITAIN OTTOMAN EMPIRE ALMOST DECLARES WAR ON ITSELF NATIONS STRUGGLE TO REMEMBER ALLIES AREA DRUNKARD DECLARES WAR ON IRELAND From the London and. Washington Burenus, Au 4 After weeks of unbearable tension follouing the assas ASSASSINATION OF ARCH- OUKE SPREADS FEAR AT ARCHOUKE CONVENTION wEDAN sination of the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne the great Eurupean powers have declared war on one anuther in a bitter strgale fir something that is sure to edermined by war's end Enmeshed in a confusing string of rivalries and alliances, diplomats, politi eians, and miiitary leaders The Hague, Netherlands. Aug 4-Eurppean arch- dukes attending their annual convention expressed alarms at the assassination of tellow aristoerat Archduke Franz Ferdinand, whose end came at the hand of a Serbian nationalist in Sarajevo sev PEERS FALL IN eral weeks ago. Archdukes attending the convention expressed con cern for the issue of noble Davenport, lowa, Aug 4 man salety, once considered a As bloody conflict rages birthright Most also elaimed throughout Europe. they had no knowledge of the Orvald Brunvald, a drunk- Serbian demand for indepen ard of many years experi dence from Austria "Could it ence, declared war on be that the oppressed minor Ireland Friday evening ity peoples in our own A RCaOUNDHO OCCLARATION RMANY RUSA FRAY ALE-HOUSE HUNGARY AS ALLIES SPAIN TUR Consam ever ope of 'em of wish to obliterate each other turies of authoritarian rule, to damnation," Brunvald really put his finger on, Austrian Archduke Frane from the tace of the Earth" as well" asked Archduke stated over a mug of porter wAR TO END ALu EUROPE Karl von Kremhel, who cut at Quigle's Ale House in some of the fast-mobilizing American observers are short a month-long fox Davenport. "I' lick 'em all skeptical calling this great, world- hunting jaunt to attend the to death!" he said. "Filthy mighty Triple Entente not exist before the Juneall European nations who provinces are weary of cen alliance, which no one can 18th assassination either Ferdinand in Sarajevo. but CASLE NOTIFES WILSON President Woodrow Wilson nations seem received the fateful news via about crediting his death as wide war the "War to End convention. Preaident Wilaon who haa vowed to maintain UB. apathy expect to wage tireless bat. /u antic cable com- the cause of this new and All Europe," as new techno The conwention, held yeaglepolato-eating Papists, they logical warfare, untested in since 1421, gives archdukes actual combat, may render jof diverse backgrounds an the region incapable of opportunity to get acquaint-with Brunvald at Quigle's munication trom the US.Iawesame wortd war ALLICE HALF SCAD OVER tles through the course of cable reads as follows FOUND French diplonats suggest bolding another war tor ! ed. exchange archduke Ale House tacitly tell in as ideas, and purchase special allies. They are Archibald archdukes-only notions and Johnson. 38, and Samuel the war without any knowl- edge of the reason why DECLARED OERMANY FRANCE We are all idiots," said BRITAIN AUSTRIA HUN GARY RUS8IA SERBIA OTTOMAN EMPIRE BEL GIUM MONTENEORO WAR BY that an obscure Dead Archduke of Austria clauseenerations that exists in the peace treaty sigred by the French however, speculates that the nature. This year's convenDavenport and the Prussians in 187 tortheoming war wilL be as tion included such notables WILBON MCCTS wiTH ORUNKARO could be to blame for the destructive as is commonly as the Archduke of Baden- The Department of War A MOODK WAR one Bulgarian ofticial. We are most kely fighting about something. but we're not exactly certain what that is." "Crush the demon French- Not every mutitary expert, effects, most of a commercial Neubaumtan, 36, bath of LUXEMBOURG ALBANIA REECE hostilities. Oficials of the believed. -The introduction herz-am-Geschildenschliess, has been alerted to Brun RUMANIA BULOARIA German Foreign Ministry,ot modern terhnology into the Archduke of Slochholz, vald's declaration. President AUSTRALJA CANADA JRELAND SCOTLAND SOUTH ArLICA WEST APRICA INDIA STOP MORE TO NAME BUT OTHERS WAITING TO USE CABLE STOP ARCH DUKE OF AUSTRO however, lege that the the theater of war wiland the Archduke of Lower Wilson. upon hearing of treaty was mullified by the ehange the face of wartare Polony, who gave a special Brunvald's statements, "Kill Everybody" accordtorever." Col. Andrew talk on the proper mainteealled the drunkard to the signed by the warring powwaylan Horace aid The nance of monocles. The iCapitol building for an ers in 1912 man!" the diplomat added. MCK ENLISTING rOR UNcLEAR aUT PATRIOTIO CAUBE Miltions of troops from the nations and their respeetive colonies are marching off elean, efficient use ot war Panel discussions "Coping emergency session machines wil make the with Cenetice Hemophilia, "Wilson also discussed tae us. WILL ONLY WATCH The US must remain ifighting safer and the dura.Dueling Pistal Best Buys,"tica matters with the apathetic." Wilson said in a tion of the war shorter statement released to the Horace expects no more Back in Hapsburg were one of 'em in the chops. I press. "But we extend our than 22 people neecl lose eanceled due to the year's say," Brunvald adssed the prepared to pay the ultimate price for the Central Powers noble cause, which remains unclear as of presstime, or that of the HUNGARIAN EMPIRE BEING SHOT SOMEHOW RELATED STTOP and Putting the Happy drunkard. "Sock ever last I president Indeed, a state of war did blessing and best wishes to their lives in this Great War. 8Trave occurrence ITAL Ok, wait... who are we attacking?
Assassination, Crush, and Drunk: EXTRA!
 EXTRA!
 ONION
 THE
 in Our Oreat Republic.
 Prioe Two Cents.
 The Bast Souroe of Nows
 Wodneaday. August 5, 1914
 WAR
 DECLARED BY ALL
 AUSTRIA DECLARES WAR ON SERBIA DECLARES WAR ON
 GERMANY DECLARES WAR ON FRANCE DECLARES WAR ON
 TURKEY DECLARES WAR ON RUSSIA DECLARES WAR ON
 BULGARIA DECLARES WAR ON BRITAIN
 OTTOMAN EMPIRE ALMOST DECLARES WAR ON ITSELF
 NATIONS STRUGGLE TO REMEMBER ALLIES
 AREA DRUNKARD
 DECLARES WAR
 ON IRELAND
 From the London and.
 Washington Burenus, Au 4
 After weeks of unbearable
 tension follouing the assas
 ASSASSINATION OF ARCH-
 OUKE SPREADS FEAR AT
 ARCHOUKE CONVENTION
 wEDAN
 sination of the heir to the
 Austro-Hungarian throne
 the great Eurupean powers
 have declared war on one
 anuther in a bitter strgale
 fir something that is sure to
 edermined by war's end
 Enmeshed in a confusing
 string of rivalries and
 alliances, diplomats, politi
 eians, and miiitary leaders
 The Hague, Netherlands.
 Aug 4-Eurppean arch-
 dukes attending their annual
 convention expressed alarms
 at the assassination of tellow
 aristoerat Archduke Franz
 Ferdinand, whose end came
 at the hand of a Serbian
 nationalist in Sarajevo sev PEERS FALL IN
 eral weeks ago.
 Archdukes attending the
 convention expressed con
 cern for the issue of noble Davenport, lowa, Aug 4
 man salety, once considered a As bloody conflict rages
 birthright Most also elaimed throughout Europe.
 they had no knowledge of the Orvald Brunvald, a drunk-
 Serbian demand for indepen ard of many years experi
 dence from Austria "Could it ence, declared war on
 be that the oppressed minor Ireland Friday evening
 ity peoples in our own A RCaOUNDHO OCCLARATION
 RMANY
 RUSA
 FRAY
 ALE-HOUSE
 HUNGARY
 AS ALLIES
 SPAIN
 TUR
 Consam ever ope of 'em
 of wish to obliterate each other turies of authoritarian rule, to damnation," Brunvald
 really put his finger on, Austrian Archduke Frane from the tace of the Earth" as well" asked Archduke stated over a mug of porter
 wAR TO END ALu EUROPE Karl von Kremhel, who cut at Quigle's Ale House in
 some of the fast-mobilizing American observers are short a month-long fox Davenport. "I' lick 'em all
 skeptical calling this great, world- hunting jaunt to attend the to death!" he said. "Filthy
 mighty Triple Entente not exist before the Juneall European nations who provinces are weary of cen
 alliance, which no one can 18th
 assassination
 either
 Ferdinand in Sarajevo. but
 CASLE NOTIFES WILSON
 President Woodrow Wilson nations seem
 received the fateful news via about crediting his death as wide war the "War to End convention.
 Preaident Wilaon
 who haa vowed to maintain
 UB. apathy
 expect to wage tireless bat. /u antic cable com- the cause of this new and All Europe," as new techno The conwention, held yeaglepolato-eating Papists, they
 logical warfare, untested in since 1421, gives archdukes
 actual combat, may render jof diverse backgrounds an
 the region incapable of opportunity to get acquaint-with Brunvald at Quigle's
 munication trom the US.Iawesame wortd war
 ALLICE HALF SCAD OVER
 tles through the course of cable reads as follows
 FOUND
 French diplonats suggest bolding another war tor ! ed. exchange archduke Ale House tacitly tell in as
 ideas, and purchase special allies. They are Archibald
 archdukes-only notions and Johnson. 38, and Samuel
 the war without any knowl-
 edge of the reason why
 DECLARED
 OERMANY FRANCE
 We are all idiots," said BRITAIN AUSTRIA HUN
 GARY RUS8IA SERBIA
 OTTOMAN EMPIRE
 BEL
 GIUM MONTENEORO
 WAR
 BY
 that an obscure Dead
 Archduke of Austria clauseenerations
 that exists in the peace
 treaty sigred by the French however, speculates that the nature. This year's convenDavenport
 and the Prussians in 187 tortheoming war wilL be as tion included such notables WILBON MCCTS wiTH ORUNKARO
 could be to blame for the destructive as is commonly as the Archduke of Baden- The Department of War
 A MOODK WAR
 one Bulgarian ofticial. We
 are most kely fighting
 about something. but we're
 not exactly certain what
 that is."
 "Crush the demon French-
 Not every mutitary expert, effects, most of a commercial Neubaumtan, 36, bath of
 LUXEMBOURG
 ALBANIA REECE hostilities. Oficials of the believed. -The introduction herz-am-Geschildenschliess, has been alerted to Brun
 RUMANIA BULOARIA German Foreign Ministry,ot modern terhnology into the Archduke of Slochholz, vald's declaration. President
 AUSTRALJA CANADA
 JRELAND SCOTLAND
 SOUTH ArLICA WEST
 APRICA INDIA STOP
 MORE TO NAME BUT
 OTHERS WAITING TO
 USE CABLE STOP ARCH
 DUKE OF AUSTRO
 however, lege that the the theater of war wiland the Archduke of Lower Wilson. upon hearing of
 treaty was mullified by the ehange the face of wartare Polony, who gave a special Brunvald's statements,
 "Kill Everybody" accordtorever." Col. Andrew talk on the proper mainteealled the drunkard to the
 signed by the warring powwaylan Horace aid The nance of monocles. The iCapitol building for an
 ers in 1912
 man!" the diplomat added.
 MCK ENLISTING rOR UNcLEAR
 aUT PATRIOTIO CAUBE
 Miltions of troops from the
 nations and their respeetive
 colonies are marching off
 elean, efficient use ot war Panel discussions "Coping emergency session
 machines wil make the with Cenetice Hemophilia,
 "Wilson also discussed tae
 us. WILL ONLY WATCH
 The US must remain ifighting safer and the dura.Dueling Pistal Best Buys,"tica matters with the
 apathetic." Wilson said in a tion of the war shorter
 statement released to the Horace expects no more Back in Hapsburg were one of 'em in the chops. I
 press. "But we extend our than 22 people neecl lose eanceled due to the year's say," Brunvald adssed the
 prepared to pay the ultimate
 price for the Central
 Powers noble cause, which
 remains unclear as of
 presstime, or that of the
 HUNGARIAN EMPIRE
 BEING SHOT SOMEHOW
 RELATED STTOP
 and Putting the Happy drunkard. "Sock ever last
 I
 president
 Indeed, a state of war did blessing and best wishes to their lives in this Great War. 8Trave occurrence
 ITAL
Ok, wait... who are we attacking?

Ok, wait... who are we attacking?

Energy, Fbi, and Future: DELAWARE COUNTY DAILY TIMES Monday, Fairary 15, 1987 11 Report: Covert Iran- Contra affair had roots in '82 initiative By DAVE SKIDMORE Associated Press Writer familiar with North's activities run by North out of the NSC grew about or the extent of it, but it told The Associated Press in Nov- to include its own communica- 8ounds like it has the elements in WASHINGTON (AP) A cov- ember that North used the tions systems, secret envoys, it of all the kind of things we're ert National Security Council phrase "Project Democracy" to leased ships and airplanes, of- concerned about," he said operation linked to the Iran-Con- refer to covert operations in tru affuir had its roots in a broad Europe, particularly to the finan- policy initiative launched by Pre- cial mechanisms for handling the sident Reagan in 1982 to foster operations. world democracy, a published re- port said Sunday. fehore bank accounts and cor- Project Democracy, according porations and culminated in the to the Times, was also the name ran-Contra revelations, the given the public initiative that resulted in the establishment in One aspect of the covert opera- November 1983 of the endow- ment, a private, non-profit or- Times said. The officials, who provided in- formation on condition of tion waa private fund-raising, ac- The policy initative eventually anonymity, spoke before the Re- cording to the newspaper, which ganization that awards grants pawned a public, congressional- agan administration fired North said donors included wealthy in- with a goal of strengthening de- y funded program called the Na- and revealed that proceeds from ional Endowment for Democracy arms 8ales to Iran had been ments swell as the covert operation, diverted to Nicaraguan Contra which came to be directed by rebels. White House aide Lt. Col. Oliver North, The New York Times NSC documents with references dividuals and foreign govern- mocratic institutions around the world. "If it (the reported NSC covert chairman of the House Foreign operation) is true, we have Rep. Dante Fascell, D-Fla, Since then, the officials said, Affairs Committee and a member absolutely no association with it," of the board of the endowment for said Carl Gershman, president of to Project Democracy have been democracy, told reporters Sunday the endowment. "The endowment eported. But both the White House and delivered to the FBI, con- e president of the endowment gressional investigators and the id Sunday that the endowment presidentially appointed Tower not related to any covert opera- Commission, which is examining n. U.S. government officials he had no knowledge of the NSC is an entity in and of itself run by covert operation. The privatization of foreign inguished board of bipartisan an independent and dist- nolicyimplementation is a directors which makes all fund- the NSC. serious matter. . I don't know ing decisions." what this project is you're talking PRESIDENT REAGAN The covert Project Democracy NRA feuding over gun control By LARRY MARGASAK Associated Press Writer ASHINGTON (AP)- A dis- by the board, and approval would nt faction is trying to oust the mean a return to the procedure official of the National Rifle used until 1977. ociation in a feud just about erocious as the organization's changed to call for election by ndary confrontations with eligible voters attending the NRÁ gnt of ciazens to "keep and bear ocates of gun control. e NRA's shootout at the O.K. sident's five-year term emded. al will take place April 25 at gun lobby's convention in select the exerutive vice presi- the organization, Knox said. o, Nev. The incumbent ex- ive vice president, J. Warren sidy, will try to retain his seat Knox's main proposal. nst a challenge from former A board member Neal Knox of ville, Md. he NRA's former chief eaman, John Aquilino, calls power struggle "bitter and ructive." assidy said in an interview he not view the Knox challenge astruggle over philosophy. his opponents portray him as willing to compromise on gun rol. Two disgruntled former loyees have decided to take r unhappiness with NRA out e public and media," he said quilino and Knox. "It isn't any e philosophic than that. Two runtled former employees oting from the hip." be fight's outcome will likely rmine the future militancy of 2.7 million member organiza- , a executive vice president. It's the only proposed change supported Give the board the right to suspend the executive vice presi- dent. Require NRA directors to uphold the Second Amendment to the Constitution, which says the more militancy. In an interview, he said the politicians started listening to Cassidy and the current board members bave "paid more atten- the part of the NRA leadership to tion to getting along with the exercise the muscle NRA has de- politicians than in getting along with their memberahip. It's time ua. I have seen a reluctance on That year, the system was veloped. arms" should not be infringed. convention the year the vice pre- This is aimed at preventing gun LOW PRICES! control advocates from joining the NRA and trying to undermine Allow all voting members to dent by a mail ballot and reduce the term to two years. 'This is ON THE Knox, who was fired as an NRA board member in 1984 over policy ACROTILT 365 disputes, has campaigned for FREE ESTIMATES 100% SOLID VINYL REPLACEMENT WINDOW By Slocomb Industries, Inc. 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Energy, Fbi, and Future: DELAWARE COUNTY DAILY TIMES Monday, Fairary 15, 1987
 11
 Report: Covert Iran- Contra affair
 had roots in '82 initiative
 By DAVE SKIDMORE
 Associated Press Writer
 familiar with North's activities run by North out of the NSC grew about or the extent of it, but it
 told The Associated Press in Nov- to include its own communica- 8ounds like it has the elements in
 WASHINGTON (AP) A cov- ember that North used the tions systems, secret envoys, it of all the kind of things we're
 ert National Security Council phrase "Project Democracy" to leased ships and airplanes, of- concerned about," he said
 operation linked to the Iran-Con- refer to covert operations in
 tru affuir had its roots in a broad Europe, particularly to the finan-
 policy initiative launched by Pre- cial mechanisms for handling the
 sident Reagan in 1982 to foster operations.
 world democracy, a published re-
 port said Sunday.
 fehore bank accounts and cor-
 Project Democracy, according
 porations and culminated in the to the Times, was also the name
 ran-Contra revelations, the given the public initiative that
 resulted in the establishment in
 One aspect of the covert opera- November 1983 of the endow-
 ment, a private, non-profit or-
 Times said.
 The officials, who provided in-
 formation on condition of
 tion waa private fund-raising, ac-
 The policy initative eventually anonymity, spoke before the Re- cording to the newspaper, which ganization that awards grants
 pawned a public, congressional- agan administration fired North said donors included wealthy in- with a goal of strengthening de-
 y funded program called the Na- and revealed that proceeds from
 ional Endowment for Democracy arms 8ales to Iran had been ments
 swell as the covert operation, diverted to Nicaraguan Contra
 which came to be directed by rebels.
 White House aide Lt. Col. Oliver
 North, The New York Times NSC documents with references
 dividuals and foreign govern- mocratic institutions around the
 world.
 "If it (the reported NSC covert
 chairman of the House Foreign operation) is true, we have
 Rep. Dante Fascell, D-Fla,
 Since then, the officials said, Affairs Committee and a member absolutely no association with it,"
 of the board of the endowment for said Carl Gershman, president of
 to Project Democracy have been democracy, told reporters Sunday the endowment. "The endowment
 eported.
 But both the White House and delivered to the FBI, con-
 e president of the endowment gressional investigators and the
 id Sunday that the endowment presidentially appointed Tower
 not related to any covert opera- Commission, which is examining
 n.
 U.S. government officials
 he had no knowledge of the NSC is an entity in and of itself run by
 covert operation.
 The privatization of foreign inguished board of bipartisan
 an independent and dist-
 nolicyimplementation is a directors which makes all fund-
 the NSC.
 serious matter. . I don't know ing decisions."
 what this project is you're talking
 PRESIDENT REAGAN
 The covert Project Democracy
 NRA feuding over gun control
 By LARRY MARGASAK
 Associated Press Writer
 ASHINGTON (AP)- A dis- by the board, and approval would
 nt faction is trying to oust the mean a return to the procedure
 official of the National Rifle used until 1977.
 ociation in a feud just about
 erocious as the organization's changed to call for election by
 ndary confrontations with eligible voters attending the NRÁ gnt of ciazens to "keep and bear
 ocates of gun control.
 e NRA's shootout at the O.K. sident's five-year term emded.
 al will take place April 25 at
 gun lobby's convention in select the exerutive vice presi- the organization, Knox said.
 o, Nev. The incumbent ex-
 ive vice president, J. Warren
 sidy, will try to retain his seat Knox's main proposal.
 nst a challenge from former
 A board member Neal Knox of
 ville, Md.
 he NRA's former chief
 eaman, John Aquilino, calls
 power struggle "bitter and
 ructive."
 assidy said in an interview he
 not view the Knox challenge
 astruggle over philosophy.
 his opponents portray him as
 willing to compromise on gun
 rol.
 Two disgruntled former
 loyees have decided to take
 r unhappiness with NRA out
 e public and media," he said
 quilino and Knox. "It isn't any
 e philosophic than that. Two
 runtled former employees
 oting from the hip."
 be fight's outcome will likely
 rmine the future militancy of
 2.7 million member organiza-
 , a
 executive vice president. It's the
 only proposed change supported
 Give the board the right to
 suspend the executive vice presi-
 dent.
 Require NRA directors to
 uphold the Second Amendment to
 the Constitution, which says the
 more militancy.
 In an interview, he said the politicians started listening to
 Cassidy and the current board
 members bave "paid more atten- the part of the NRA leadership to
 tion to getting along with the exercise the muscle NRA has de-
 politicians than in getting along
 with their memberahip. It's time
 ua. I have seen a reluctance on
 That year, the system was
 veloped.
 arms" should not be infringed.
 convention the year the vice pre- This is aimed at preventing gun
 LOW PRICES!
 control advocates from joining
 the NRA and trying to undermine
 Allow all voting members to
 dent by a mail ballot and reduce
 the term to two years. 'This is
 ON THE
 Knox, who was fired as an NRA
 board member in 1984 over policy
 ACROTILT
 365
 disputes, has campaigned for
 FREE
 ESTIMATES
 100%
 SOLID VINYL
 REPLACEMENT
 WINDOW
 By Slocomb Industries, Inc.
 Wilmington, Deloware
 CODGOO 6000000
 GRANDOPENING
 A "RENT TO OWN"
 $12 Hour SPECTACULAR!
 b0000000o0000000coGco
 cOpoo00
 ocoocoG000000000000000oO0000000G000
 INSTALLED
 $179
 Maintenance Free
 Both Sashes Tilt for
 Easy Cleaning
 Double pane glass
 COLOR TV OR VCR SALE
 19"
 COLOR TV
 FROM
 OR
 BOW
 and BAY
 WINDOWS
 VCR
 PANASONIC
 97
 lobby so powerful that
 y lawmakers cringe at the
 pect of crossing it.
 We're talking about shades of
 emism here, gays Barbara
 atman, chief apokeswoman of
 adgun Control Inc.
 esides the Cassidy-Knox fight
 the top operating job, NRA
 nbers are now
 four proposed by-laws pro-
 als, including two that would
 ically change the method of
 0sing the executive vice presi-
 t. The proposals would:
 Give the 75-member board of 3111 W. 9th ST.
 ectors the right to elect the CHESTER, PA.
 BOTH FOR THE PRICE OF ONLY
 INSTANT DELIVERY O CREDIT NEEDED
 NO SECURITY DEPOSIT REQUIRED
 $1
 00
 MAINTENANCE
 FREE VINYL
 EXTERIORS
 SOLID MAHOGANY
 INTERIOR
 CUSTOM MADE
 DISCOUNT PRICES
 ON ALL
 FURNITURE
 APPLIANCES
 STEREOS
 RENTAL DISCOUNTERS
 497-4110
 INSTALLED M.
 FIRST WEEKS
 RENT
 (2-WEEK MINIMUM)
 BOW
 $899 5999
 BAY
 oting by mail
 SPECIAL
 84UTED
 INSTALLED INTO
 EXISTING OPENING ONLY
 Energy-EFficient
 Products Co.
 532
 FULLY
 FULLY
 INSR
 GUARANTEED
Newspaper I found dated Feb 16, 1987. Almost exactly 31 years before the Parkland school shooting...

Newspaper I found dated Feb 16, 1987. Almost exactly 31 years before the Parkland school shooting...

Asian, Crime, and Life: MILITECH ISECOND EDITION THIRD EDITION WASHINGTON, D.C TAREK SALLOUMA The world is broken. 04.16.2020 MegaCorps manage every aspect of life from the top floors of their sky-scraping fortresses. Down below, the streets are run by drug pushing gangs, tech hustlers, and illegal braindance slingers. The in-between is where decadence, sex and pop culture mix with violent crime, extreme poverty and the unattainable promise of the American Dream." MILITECH VINDICATOR 9mm CD Projekt Red NIGHT CITY Night City was the brainchild of businessman Richard Night, who became dissatisfied with his experiences in managing corporate construction projects as part of his company Halsey, Ferris and Night. This led him to break off and form his own company Night International, with the end goal of creating the ideal city. It is comprised of six districts, of which the most impressive is the city center. The city center is considered the heart of the city, home to corporations. clusters of neon and the quintessence of luxury. A unique mix of Asian cultures follows with Watson, a fallen corporate giant now populated by immigrants, hiding various bazaars and markets in a tangle of narrow alleyways. Featuring tourist oriented Japantown, Westbrook is a place for the wealthy who like to not only work hard but play hard also. /FIRST EDITION. Based on the pen & paper RPG series Cyberpunk by Mike Pondsma Disclaimeru This posteor is not directly rolated to the main project and should not be considered as such. Subject to be removed at a later date. DISCLAIMER THIS POSTER IS NOT DIRECTLY RELATED TO THE MAIN PROJECT AN NOT BE CONSIDERED AS SUCH. SUBJECT TO BE REMOVED ATA LATE @tareksallouma MILITECH CP 2077 upcoming role-playing video game Cyberpunk 2077 developed by CD Projekt Red. 2 0 Design by Tarek Sallouma [OC] My Cyberpunk inspired poster trilogy
Asian, Crime, and Life: MILITECH
 ISECOND EDITION
 THIRD EDITION
 WASHINGTON, D.C
 TAREK SALLOUMA
 The world is broken.
 04.16.2020
 MegaCorps manage every
 aspect of life from the top floors
 of their sky-scraping fortresses.
 Down below, the streets are run
 by drug pushing gangs, tech
 hustlers, and illegal braindance
 slingers. The in-between is
 where decadence, sex and pop
 culture mix with violent crime,
 extreme poverty and the
 unattainable promise of the
 American Dream."
 MILITECH VINDICATOR 9mm
 CD Projekt Red
 NIGHT CITY
 Night City was the brainchild of businessman Richard Night, who became
 dissatisfied with his experiences in managing corporate construction projects as
 part of his company Halsey, Ferris and Night. This led him to break off and form his
 own company Night International, with the end goal of creating the ideal city.
 It is comprised of six districts, of which the most impressive is the city center. The
 city center is considered the heart of the
 city, home to corporations. clusters of
 neon and the quintessence of luxury. A
 unique mix of Asian cultures follows with
 Watson, a fallen corporate giant now
 populated by immigrants, hiding various
 bazaars and markets in a tangle of
 narrow alleyways. Featuring tourist
 oriented Japantown, Westbrook is a
 place for the wealthy who like to not only
 work hard but play hard also.
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 upcoming role-playing video game Cyberpunk 2077 developed by CD Projekt Red.
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[OC] My Cyberpunk inspired poster trilogy

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Abraham Lincoln, Advice, and America: .S. PRESIDENTS BrainyMats lean whie ating 1 George Washington 1789-1797, 2 terms No Party 12 Zachary Taylor 1849-1850 Whig 3 Thomas Jefferson 1801-1809 Democratic-Republican Democratic-Republican Democratic-Republican Democratic-Republican 2 John Adams 1797-1801 5 James Monroe 1817-1825 6 John Quincy Adams 1825-1829 10 John Tyler 1841-1845 4 James Madison, Jr 1809-1817 7 Andrew Jackson 1829-1837 Democratic 8 Martin Van Buren 1837-1841 9 William Henry Harrison 1841 Whig 11 James Knox Polk 1845-1849 Democratic Whig Federalist Democratic 13 Millard Fillmore 14 Franklin Pierce 15 James Buchanan, Jr 1857-1861 Democratic 16 Abraham Lincoln 17 Andrew Johnson 18 Ulysses S. Grant 1869-1877 Republican 19 Rutherford B. Hayes 1877-1881 20 James A. Garfield 21 Chester Alan Arthur 22 S. Grover Cleveland Funny Valentine 1889-1893 1881-1885 Republican 1853-1857 Democratic 1861-1865 Republican 1865-1869 Democratic 1885-1889 Democratic 1850-1853 1881 Republican Republican Whig Republican 24 S. Grover Cleveland Reelected: 1893-1897 Democratic 25 William McKinley 1897-1901 Republican 26 Theodore Roosevelt 1901-1909 Republican 27 William Howard Taft 1909-1913 28 T. Woodrow Wilson 1913-1921 29 Warren G. Harding 1921-1923 30 J. Calvin Coolidge 1923-1929 Republican 31 Herbert C. Hoover 1929-1933 Republican 32 Franklin D. Roosevelt 1933-1945 33 Harry S. Truman 1945-1953 34 Dwight D. Eisenhower 1953-1961 Republican Republican Democratic Democratic Democratic Republican 44 Barack H.Obama 2009-2017 Democratic 39 James E. Carter 1977-1981 Democratic 40 Ronald W. Reagan 1981-1989 45 Donald J. Trump 2017- 35 John F. Kennedy 1961-1963 36 Lyndon B. Johnson 1963-1969 37 Richard M. Nixon 1969-1974 Republican 38 Gerald R. Ford 41 George H. W. Bush 1989-1993 Republican 42 William J. Clinton 43 George W. Bush 2001-2009 Republican 1993-2001 Democratic 1974-1977 Democratic Republican Republican Democratic Republican The President of the United States of America is the head of state and head of government of the United States. The president leads the executive branch of the federal government and is the commander-in-chief of the United States Armed Forces. The president is charged with the execution of federal law, appointing federal executive, diplomatic, regulatory, and judicial officers, and concluding treaties with foreign powers, with the advice and consent of the Senate. Made in the USA 02013 Educational Placemats LLC. All rights reserved. www.brainymats.com Hail to the Chief
Abraham Lincoln, Advice, and America: .S. PRESIDENTS
 BrainyMats
 lean whie ating
 1 George Washington
 1789-1797, 2 terms
 No Party
 12 Zachary Taylor
 1849-1850
 Whig
 3 Thomas Jefferson
 1801-1809
 Democratic-Republican Democratic-Republican Democratic-Republican Democratic-Republican
 2 John Adams
 1797-1801
 5 James Monroe
 1817-1825
 6 John Quincy Adams
 1825-1829
 10 John Tyler
 1841-1845
 4 James Madison, Jr
 1809-1817
 7 Andrew Jackson
 1829-1837
 Democratic
 8 Martin Van Buren
 1837-1841
 9 William Henry Harrison
 1841
 Whig
 11 James Knox Polk
 1845-1849
 Democratic
 Whig
 Federalist
 Democratic
 13 Millard Fillmore
 14 Franklin Pierce
 15 James Buchanan, Jr
 1857-1861
 Democratic
 16 Abraham Lincoln
 17 Andrew Johnson
 18 Ulysses S. Grant
 1869-1877
 Republican
 19 Rutherford B. Hayes
 1877-1881
 20 James A. Garfield
 21 Chester Alan Arthur
 22 S. Grover Cleveland
 Funny Valentine
 1889-1893
 1881-1885
 Republican
 1853-1857
 Democratic
 1861-1865
 Republican
 1865-1869
 Democratic
 1885-1889
 Democratic
 1850-1853
 1881
 Republican
 Republican
 Whig
 Republican
 24 S. Grover Cleveland
 Reelected: 1893-1897
 Democratic
 25 William McKinley
 1897-1901
 Republican
 26 Theodore Roosevelt
 1901-1909
 Republican
 27 William Howard Taft
 1909-1913
 28 T. Woodrow Wilson
 1913-1921
 29 Warren G. Harding
 1921-1923
 30 J. Calvin Coolidge
 1923-1929
 Republican
 31 Herbert C. Hoover
 1929-1933
 Republican
 32 Franklin D. Roosevelt
 1933-1945
 33 Harry S. Truman
 1945-1953
 34 Dwight D. Eisenhower
 1953-1961
 Republican
 Republican
 Democratic
 Democratic
 Democratic
 Republican
 44 Barack H.Obama
 2009-2017
 Democratic
 39 James E. Carter
 1977-1981
 Democratic
 40 Ronald W. Reagan
 1981-1989
 45 Donald J. Trump
 2017-
 35 John F. Kennedy
 1961-1963
 36 Lyndon B. Johnson
 1963-1969
 37 Richard M. Nixon
 1969-1974
 Republican
 38 Gerald R. Ford
 41 George H. W. Bush
 1989-1993
 Republican
 42 William J. Clinton
 43 George W. Bush
 2001-2009
 Republican
 1993-2001
 Democratic
 1974-1977
 Democratic
 Republican
 Republican
 Democratic
 Republican
 The President of the United States of America is the head of state and head of government of the United States. The president leads the executive branch
 of the federal government and is the commander-in-chief of the United States Armed Forces. The president is charged with the execution of federal law, appointing
 federal executive, diplomatic, regulatory, and judicial officers, and concluding treaties with foreign powers, with the advice and consent of the Senate.
 Made in the USA
 02013 Educational Placemats LLC. All rights reserved.
 www.brainymats.com
Hail to the Chief

Hail to the Chief

Arthur, Empire, and Fire: The New Uork Times LATE CITY EDITION "All the News That's Fit to Print" Thunderstorms, warm, hamid; elear Temperatares Testerday-Max, 84; Mie, 71 THREE CENTS NEW TORK Cnr NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1945 vOL XCIV..No. 31,980 JAPAN SURRENDERS, END OF WAR! EMPEROR ACCEPTS ALLIED RULE; MARTHUR SUPREME COMMANDER; OUR MANPOWER CURBS VOIDED HIRING MADE LOCAL Third Fleet Fells 5 Planes Since End ALL CITY LETS GO YIELDING UNQUALIFIED, TRUMAN SAYS PRESIDENT ANNOUNCING SURRENDER OF JAPAN ythe Aoated P aUAM, Wedneaday, Aug. 15Hundreds of Thousands Japaneae aircratt are approach ing the Pacifie Fleet off Tokyo and are being shot down, Ad- Communities, Labor and Management Will Unite Efforts Japan Is Told to Order End of Hostilities, Notify Allied Supreme Commander and Send Emissaries to Him Roar Jov After Victory Flash Is Received nouneed to Japanese time, or 11 P. M. EWT. TIMES SO. IS JAMMED Gen. Douglas MacArthur has 6,000,000 AFFECTED MAG ARTHUR TO RECEIYE SURRENDER nese that American defense Draft Quotas Cut, Serv ices to Drop 5,500,000 in 18 Months Police Estimate Crowd Fleet to destroy any Japanese planes approsching United States in Area at 2.000,000- warahips. GUAM. Wednesday, Aug. 15 When Admiral Halsey re Formal Proclamation of V-J Day Awaits Signing Din Overwhelming of Those Articles-Cease-Fire Order tion today he sent this message By ALEXANDER FEINBERG Given to the Allied Forces By LEWIS WOOD Specal to T Nrw ax T manpower controls over employers hoot them down in friendly gonizing days following the firat and workers were aboliahed to- night, the War Manpower Com aahion." mission announced, enabling nnCDNTO. By ARTHUR KROCK days of alternately rising hopes) 8pecial to TiE NEW YORK TIMES. The end of the war threw on CUMETS OF RADAR GIVEN TO WORLD ployers to hire men where and WASHINGTON, Aug. 14-Japan today unconditionally surrendered the hemispheric empire taken by force and held almost intact for more than two years against the rising seven o'clock last night. And the metropolis exploded its emotions the Government the difficult task of trying to readjust perhaps ofticlal Truman apnoamcesSecretar n reading the message in the Wh ite House. Seated are Admiral WHllam D. Leahy, power of the United States and its Allies in the Pacific war. The bloody dream of the Japanese military caste van- yof State James F. Byrnes and former Secretary of State Cordell Hull. Standing (left employment. Nevertheless, the be used to help workers find new Its Role in War and Uses for hese were the magie words Davis, Economie Stabilizer; Jobn W. Snyder, Recenversion Direeterdainistration: Wlam H. ished in the text of a note to the Four Powers accepting the veterans, displaced migratory war Peacetime Revealed in ashed on the moving electrie of the Navy: Fred Vinson, Seeretary of the Trea sury: Tom Clark, Attor rstal, Seeretary terms of the Potsdam Declaration of July 26, 1945, which to right) are Maj Gen. Phillp Fleming, head of the Federal Works James 1 General, and Lewis amplified the Cairo Declaration of 1943. places, with preference going to ign of the Times Tower, at T:03 Schwellenbaeh, Secretary of Labor. P. M. that touched off an unparal- Seled demonstration in Times square, packed with half a mlon persons. Like the previous items in the surrender correspondence, today's Japanese document was forwarded through the Swiss Foreign office at Berne and the Swiss Legation in workers and other preferentials. At the same time President Tru- man announced that monthly in- duetions into the Army would be immediately slashed from 80,000 to S0,000, and said 5,000,00 to 5,500,- WASHINGTON, Aug. 14-The he vietory roar that greeted Washington and London PETAIN CONVICTED, Terms Will Reduce Japan By WILLIAM s. WHITE Sec to T New T the State Department by the Legation Charge d'Affaires at 6:10 P. M., after the third and most anxious day of wait- ing on Tokyo, the anxiety intensified by several premature. or false reports of the finale of World War II Orders Given to the Japanese announcement beat upon the o00 men probably would be re-great drama of radar, the war's cardruma until it numbed the eased from the service within the most powerful "aecret weapoenses. For twenty minutes wave The induetion rate of 50,000 was displayed before a world au- monthly, the President said, would dienee to Bud. ed forth. Jurors Recommend Clemency tutm Restraint was thrown to the paonune of Hio Age Le WASHINGTON, Aug. 14-The Allied terms of surrender will May I get the door for you, M'Arthur?
Arthur, Empire, and Fire: The New Uork Times
 LATE CITY EDITION
 "All the News
 That's Fit to Print"
 Thunderstorms, warm, hamid; elear
 Temperatares Testerday-Max, 84; Mie, 71
 THREE CENTS NEW TORK Cnr
 NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1945
 vOL XCIV..No. 31,980
 JAPAN SURRENDERS, END OF WAR!
 EMPEROR ACCEPTS ALLIED RULE;
 MARTHUR SUPREME COMMANDER;
 OUR MANPOWER CURBS VOIDED
 HIRING MADE LOCAL Third Fleet Fells
 5 Planes Since End
 ALL CITY LETS GO
 YIELDING UNQUALIFIED, TRUMAN SAYS
 PRESIDENT ANNOUNCING SURRENDER OF JAPAN
 ythe Aoated P
 aUAM, Wedneaday, Aug. 15Hundreds of Thousands
 Japaneae aircratt are approach
 ing the Pacifie Fleet off Tokyo
 and are being shot down, Ad-
 Communities, Labor and
 Management Will
 Unite Efforts
 Japan Is Told to Order End of Hostilities,
 Notify Allied Supreme Commander
 and Send Emissaries to Him
 Roar Jov After Victory
 Flash Is Received
 nouneed to
 Japanese time, or 11 P. M. EWT. TIMES SO. IS JAMMED
 Gen. Douglas MacArthur has
 6,000,000 AFFECTED
 MAG ARTHUR TO RECEIYE SURRENDER
 nese that American defense
 Draft Quotas Cut, Serv
 ices to Drop 5,500,000
 in 18 Months
 Police Estimate Crowd
 Fleet to destroy any Japanese
 planes approsching United States in Area at 2.000,000-
 warahips.
 GUAM. Wednesday, Aug. 15
 When Admiral Halsey re
 Formal Proclamation of V-J Day Awaits Signing
 Din Overwhelming
 of Those Articles-Cease-Fire Order
 tion today he sent this message
 By ALEXANDER FEINBERG
 Given to the Allied Forces
 By LEWIS WOOD
 Specal to T Nrw ax T
 manpower controls over employers hoot them down in friendly gonizing days following the firat
 and workers were aboliahed to-
 night, the War Manpower Com aahion."
 mission announced, enabling nnCDNTO.
 By ARTHUR KROCK
 days of alternately rising hopes)
 8pecial to TiE NEW YORK TIMES.
 The end of the war threw on CUMETS OF RADAR
 GIVEN TO WORLD
 ployers to hire men where and
 WASHINGTON, Aug. 14-Japan today unconditionally
 surrendered the hemispheric empire taken by force and held
 almost intact for more than two years against the rising
 seven o'clock last night. And the
 metropolis exploded its emotions
 the Government the difficult task
 of trying to readjust perhaps
 ofticlal Truman apnoamcesSecretar n reading the message in the Wh ite House. Seated are Admiral WHllam D. Leahy, power of the United States and its Allies in the Pacific war.
 The bloody dream of the Japanese military caste van-
 yof State James F. Byrnes and former Secretary of State Cordell Hull. Standing (left
 employment. Nevertheless, the
 be used to help workers find new Its Role in War and Uses for hese were the magie words Davis, Economie Stabilizer; Jobn W. Snyder, Recenversion Direeterdainistration: Wlam H. ished in the text of a note to the Four Powers accepting the
 veterans, displaced migratory war Peacetime Revealed in ashed on the moving electrie of the Navy: Fred Vinson, Seeretary of the Trea sury: Tom Clark, Attor rstal, Seeretary terms of the Potsdam Declaration of July 26, 1945, which
 to right) are Maj Gen. Phillp Fleming, head of the Federal Works
 James 1
 General, and Lewis amplified the Cairo Declaration of 1943.
 places, with preference going to
 ign of the Times Tower, at T:03 Schwellenbaeh, Secretary of Labor.
 P. M. that touched off an unparal-
 Seled demonstration in Times
 square, packed with half a mlon
 persons.
 Like the previous items in the surrender correspondence,
 today's Japanese document was forwarded through the
 Swiss Foreign office at Berne and the Swiss Legation in
 workers and other preferentials.
 At the same time President Tru-
 man announced that monthly in-
 duetions into the Army would be
 immediately slashed from 80,000 to
 S0,000, and said 5,000,00 to 5,500,- WASHINGTON, Aug. 14-The he vietory roar that greeted
 Washington and London
 PETAIN CONVICTED, Terms Will Reduce Japan
 By WILLIAM s. WHITE
 Sec to T New T
 the State Department by the Legation Charge d'Affaires
 at 6:10 P. M., after the third and most anxious day of wait-
 ing on Tokyo, the anxiety intensified by several premature.
 or false reports of the finale of World War II
 Orders Given to the Japanese
 announcement beat upon the
 o00 men probably would be re-great drama of radar, the war's cardruma until it numbed the
 eased from the service within the most powerful "aecret weapoenses. For twenty minutes wave
 The induetion rate of 50,000 was displayed before a world au-
 monthly, the President said, would dienee to Bud.
 ed forth.
 Jurors Recommend Clemency
 tutm Restraint was thrown to the paonune of Hio Age Le
 WASHINGTON, Aug. 14-The Allied terms of surrender will
May I get the door for you, M'Arthur?

May I get the door for you, M'Arthur?