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Francisco: Don Jr. replied to an email and went to a pointless meeting Chelsea stole donations for Haiti to pay for her wedding. Nice comparison. shauna o @goldengateblond Chelsea Clinton used "You can't fake good kids."-Mike Pence foundation to help pay for wedding: email By Marisa Schultz and Bruce Golding November 6, 2016 16:34pm POWE RorWOMENv Red Handed 7/13/17, 11:07 AM from San Francisco, CA I think Donald Trump Jr had every right to meet with a Russian lawyer. First of all, she might have got really important information about Hillary Clinton. If the information is true I don't care where it comes from Russia or China or wherever. If the Russians are able to expose Clinton's lies then let them do it. I want to know the truth. Secondly, Donald Trump Jr published all the emails in order to be transparent and there is nothing outrageous in them. Not like he has deleted 33,000 of classified emails of smth. Third, this lawyer is a really suspicious figure who according to some news sources was spotted at an anti-Trump rally and has connections with the Democratic Party. Moreover, she has no proven connections with the Russian government. So the whole story looks like another provocation dedicated to resurrecting the dead Russian collusion story. They tried to defame the president and they lost now they are trying to use this weak "ace in the sleeve" against his son. Good luck with that! liberal Trump MAGA PresidentTrump NotMyPresident USA theredpill nothingleft conservative republican libtard regressiveleft makeamericagreatagain DonaldTrump mypresident buildthewall memes funny politics rightwing blm snowflakes
Francisco: Don Jr. replied to an email and went to
 a pointless meeting
 Chelsea stole donations for Haiti to
 pay for her wedding.
 Nice comparison.
 shauna o
 @goldengateblond
 Chelsea Clinton used
 "You can't fake good kids."-Mike
 Pence
 foundation to help pay for
 wedding: email
 By Marisa Schultz and Bruce Golding
 November 6, 2016 16:34pm
 POWE RorWOMENv
 Red Handed
 7/13/17, 11:07 AM from San Francisco, CA
I think Donald Trump Jr had every right to meet with a Russian lawyer. First of all, she might have got really important information about Hillary Clinton. If the information is true I don't care where it comes from Russia or China or wherever. If the Russians are able to expose Clinton's lies then let them do it. I want to know the truth. Secondly, Donald Trump Jr published all the emails in order to be transparent and there is nothing outrageous in them. Not like he has deleted 33,000 of classified emails of smth. Third, this lawyer is a really suspicious figure who according to some news sources was spotted at an anti-Trump rally and has connections with the Democratic Party. Moreover, she has no proven connections with the Russian government. So the whole story looks like another provocation dedicated to resurrecting the dead Russian collusion story. They tried to defame the president and they lost now they are trying to use this weak "ace in the sleeve" against his son. Good luck with that! liberal Trump MAGA PresidentTrump NotMyPresident USA theredpill nothingleft conservative republican libtard regressiveleft makeamericagreatagain DonaldTrump mypresident buildthewall memes funny politics rightwing blm snowflakes

I think Donald Trump Jr had every right to meet with a Russian lawyer. First of all, she might have got really important information abou...

Francisco: Crayen INITIArAVE Crayon Cray DailyFacts Bryan Ware founded "The Crayon Initiative" after learning that restaurants throw away all the crayons that the kids leave behind on tables. He collects them, melts them down, creates new crayons that are thicker and easier to grasp for young children and kids with special needs, and delivers them to local hospitals. DoGood 👏🏽👏🏿👏🏻👏🏾 Repost @standup911: In 2011, Bryan Ware was enjoying his birthday dinner at a restaurant with his wife and two sons. He was watching his kids draw on the paper tablecloth with crayons their server had given them. A thought struck him. “I wondered, ‘What happens to these crayons after we leave if we don’t take them with us?’” Ware, who lives in the San Francisco area, told The Mighty. He later questioned a restaurant employee and was dismayed to learn that every crayon put out on the table had to be thrown away after the table’s customers left — whether it’d been used down to a nub or left completely untouched. Convinced the crayons’ lives didn’t have to end so early, Ware started taking restaurant crayons with him. He made it his mission to come up with a way to get the unwanted crayons into as many children’s hands as possible. Two years later in 2013, Ware founded The Crayon Initiative, a nonprofit organization that repurposes old unusable crayon wax into new crayons and distributes them to children’s hospitals across California. r-p @dailyfacts_nowyouknowdaily standup911 bethechange
Francisco: Crayen
 INITIArAVE
 Crayon
 Cray
 DailyFacts
 Bryan Ware founded "The Crayon Initiative" after
 learning that restaurants throw away all the
 crayons that the kids leave behind on tables. He
 collects them, melts them down, creates new
 crayons that are thicker and easier to grasp for
 young children and kids with special needs, and
 delivers them to local hospitals.
DoGood 👏🏽👏🏿👏🏻👏🏾 Repost @standup911: In 2011, Bryan Ware was enjoying his birthday dinner at a restaurant with his wife and two sons. He was watching his kids draw on the paper tablecloth with crayons their server had given them. A thought struck him. “I wondered, ‘What happens to these crayons after we leave if we don’t take them with us?’” Ware, who lives in the San Francisco area, told The Mighty. He later questioned a restaurant employee and was dismayed to learn that every crayon put out on the table had to be thrown away after the table’s customers left — whether it’d been used down to a nub or left completely untouched. Convinced the crayons’ lives didn’t have to end so early, Ware started taking restaurant crayons with him. He made it his mission to come up with a way to get the unwanted crayons into as many children’s hands as possible. Two years later in 2013, Ware founded The Crayon Initiative, a nonprofit organization that repurposes old unusable crayon wax into new crayons and distributes them to children’s hospitals across California. r-p @dailyfacts_nowyouknowdaily standup911 bethechange

DoGood 👏🏽👏🏿👏🏻👏🏾 Repost @standup911: In 2011, Bryan Ware was enjoying his birthday dinner at a restaurant with his wife and two sons. He w...

Francisco: Crayon Cray , Crayon Cra Crayon Crayen DailyFacts Bryan Ware founded "The Crayon Initiative" after learning that restaurants throw away all the crayons that the kids leave behind on tables. He collects them, melts them down, creates new crayons that are thicker and easier to grasp for young children and kids with special needs, and delivers them to local hospitals. In 2011, Bryan Ware was enjoying his birthday dinner at a restaurant with his wife and two sons. He was watching his kids draw on the paper tablecloth with crayons their server had given them. A thought struck him. “I wondered, ‘What happens to these crayons after we leave if we don’t take them with us?’” Ware, who lives in the San Francisco area, told The Mighty. He later questioned a restaurant employee and was dismayed to learn that every crayon put out on the table had to be thrown away after the table’s customers left — whether it’d been used down to a nub or left completely untouched. Convinced the crayons’ lives didn’t have to end so early, Ware started taking restaurant crayons with him. He made it his mission to come up with a way to get the unwanted crayons into as many children’s hands as possible. Two years later in 2013, Ware founded The Crayon Initiative, a nonprofit organization that repurposes old unusable crayon wax into new crayons and distributes them to children’s hospitals across California. r-p @dailyfacts_nowyouknowdaily standup911 bethechange
Francisco: Crayon
 Cray
 , Crayon
 Cra
 Crayon
 Crayen
 DailyFacts
 Bryan Ware founded "The Crayon Initiative" after
 learning that restaurants throw away all the
 crayons that the kids leave behind on tables. He
 collects them, melts them down, creates new
 crayons that are thicker and easier to grasp for
 young children and kids with special needs, and
 delivers them to local hospitals.
In 2011, Bryan Ware was enjoying his birthday dinner at a restaurant with his wife and two sons. He was watching his kids draw on the paper tablecloth with crayons their server had given them. A thought struck him. “I wondered, ‘What happens to these crayons after we leave if we don’t take them with us?’” Ware, who lives in the San Francisco area, told The Mighty. He later questioned a restaurant employee and was dismayed to learn that every crayon put out on the table had to be thrown away after the table’s customers left — whether it’d been used down to a nub or left completely untouched. Convinced the crayons’ lives didn’t have to end so early, Ware started taking restaurant crayons with him. He made it his mission to come up with a way to get the unwanted crayons into as many children’s hands as possible. Two years later in 2013, Ware founded The Crayon Initiative, a nonprofit organization that repurposes old unusable crayon wax into new crayons and distributes them to children’s hospitals across California. r-p @dailyfacts_nowyouknowdaily standup911 bethechange

In 2011, Bryan Ware was enjoying his birthday dinner at a restaurant with his wife and two sons. He was watching his kids draw on the pap...

Francisco: LESBIANS bananapeppers:Jewish lesbians marching in San Francisco with banner reading “JEWISH ✡ / ✡ LESBIANS”, dated sometime between 1977 and 1984 (photographer: Ted Sahl) @trickym00n
Francisco: LESBIANS
bananapeppers:Jewish lesbians marching in San Francisco with banner reading “JEWISH ✡ / ✡ LESBIANS”, dated sometime between 1977 and 1984 (photographer: Ted Sahl)

@trickym00n

bananapeppers:Jewish lesbians marching in San Francisco with banner reading “JEWISH ✡ / ✡ LESBIANS”, dated sometime between 1977 and 1984...

Francisco: En estos momentos atraviesan gandolas en la Francisco Fajardo!!! . Aquí todos somos líderes, los que quieran mantener las trancas son libres de hacerlo, estamos en desobediencia!!
Francisco: En estos momentos atraviesan gandolas en la Francisco Fajardo!!! . Aquí todos somos líderes, los que quieran mantener las trancas son libres de hacerlo, estamos en desobediencia!!

En estos momentos atraviesan gandolas en la Francisco Fajardo!!! . Aquí todos somos líderes, los que quieran mantener las trancas son lib...

Francisco: FOX San Francisco, Cali Some windsurfers were caught up in a "magical" event near the Golden Gate Bridge: They found themselves swimming with humpback whales.
Francisco: FOX
 San Francisco, Cali
Some windsurfers were caught up in a "magical" event near the Golden Gate Bridge: They found themselves swimming with humpback whales.

Some windsurfers were caught up in a "magical" event near the Golden Gate Bridge: They found themselves swimming with humpback whales.

Francisco: SAO FRANCISCO @dpurper "Senhor, fazei de mim um instrumento de vossa paz" 🙏💕💜✨ Viva São Francisco! saofranciscodeassis
Francisco: SAO FRANCISCO
 @dpurper
"Senhor, fazei de mim um instrumento de vossa paz" 🙏💕💜✨ Viva São Francisco! saofranciscodeassis

"Senhor, fazei de mim um instrumento de vossa paz" 🙏💕💜✨ Viva São Francisco! saofranciscodeassis

Francisco: BASEBALL PPG Put an"x" beside the answer you think is right! 1. Two pitchers have won 4 consecutive Cy Young Awards. Randy Johnson is one, who is the other? O a. Roger Clemens O b.Sandy Koufax 6. What pitcher holds the record for striking out the most batters in a single game? 11. Who was the first Major League player to hit 4 homeruns in a single game? D a.Lou Gehrig O b.Bobby Lowe O a Kerry Wood b.Tom Cheney O c.Randy Johnson c·Chuck Klein c. Greg Maddox d.Willie Mays d. Jim Palmer d.Roger Clemens 2.Who was the first American League pitcher to win the Cy Young Award? 7. Who was the first U.S President to attend an MLB game? O a.Lyndon B.Johnson a b.John F.Kennedy 12. Who was the first Major League player to have his number retired? a. Hank Aaron #44 (Braves) b.Carl Hubbell #11 (Giants) a. Don Newcombe a b. Tom Seaver O c. Early Wynn O d. Bob Turley □ c. Lou Gehrig #4 (Yankees) c, Benjamin Harrison d. Mel Ott #4 (Giants) d.Grover Cleveland 13. Before 1880, how many balls did it take to walk a 3. Which 1st baseman the record for most Gold Gloves? holds 8.Which team has the longest consecutive winning streak (withoutties)? O a. 1935 Chicago Cubs O b. 1916 San Francisco Giants a. Keith Hernandez b.4 b. Vic Powell C. c. Don Mattingly O d. George Scott c.2002 Oakland A's d.1982 Atlanta Braves 4. Who was the first manager to win Manager of the Year in both the NLand AL? 14. What player holds the record for stealing 'home' the most? 9.When was the first MLB All Star Game? a.1934 O b. 1938 O c. 1941 a.George Burns a·Tony LaRussa O b.Jim Leyland O b.TyCobb C,Honus Wagner c.Dusty Baker D d.Bobby Cox d.1933 10. What pitcher holds the record for most consecutive complete games pitched? □ a.JackTaylor 15. Who holds the record for 5.Who was the first pitcher to win Season MVP? O a.Dazzy Vance O b.Lefty Grove the most homeruns by a Rookie? a Frank Robinson b.Wally Berger c,Wade Boggs Randy Johnson c.Walter Johnson d.Carl Hubbell □ c.Williewhite O d.Bob Gibson □ d·Mark McGwire Copyright С 2009, python-printable.games.com Image result for baseball trivia for kids
Francisco: BASEBALL
 PPG
 Put an"x" beside the answer you think is right!
 1. Two pitchers have won 4
 consecutive Cy Young
 Awards. Randy Johnson is
 one, who is the other?
 O a. Roger Clemens
 O b.Sandy Koufax
 6. What pitcher holds the
 record for striking out the
 most batters in a single
 game?
 11. Who was the first Major
 League player to hit 4
 homeruns in a single game?
 D a.Lou Gehrig
 O b.Bobby Lowe
 O a Kerry Wood
 b.Tom Cheney
 O c.Randy Johnson
 c·Chuck Klein
 c. Greg Maddox
 d.Willie Mays
 d. Jim Palmer
 d.Roger Clemens
 2.Who was the first American
 League pitcher to win the Cy
 Young Award?
 7. Who was the first U.S
 President to attend an MLB
 game?
 O a.Lyndon B.Johnson
 a b.John F.Kennedy
 12. Who was the first Major
 League player to have his
 number retired?
 a. Hank Aaron #44 (Braves)
 b.Carl Hubbell #11 (Giants)
 a. Don Newcombe
 a b. Tom Seaver
 O c. Early Wynn
 O d. Bob Turley
 □ c. Lou Gehrig #4 (Yankees)
 c, Benjamin Harrison
 d. Mel Ott #4 (Giants)
 d.Grover Cleveland
 13. Before 1880, how many
 balls did it take to walk a
 3. Which 1st baseman
 the record for most Gold
 Gloves?
 holds
 8.Which team has the longest
 consecutive winning streak
 (withoutties)?
 O a. 1935 Chicago Cubs
 O b. 1916 San Francisco Giants
 a. Keith Hernandez
 b.4
 b. Vic Powell
 C.
 c. Don Mattingly
 O d. George Scott
 c.2002 Oakland A's
 d.1982 Atlanta Braves
 4. Who was the first manager
 to win Manager of the Year in
 both the NLand AL?
 14. What player holds the
 record for stealing 'home' the
 most?
 9.When was the first MLB All
 Star Game?
 a.1934
 O b. 1938
 O c. 1941
 a.George Burns
 a·Tony LaRussa
 O b.Jim Leyland
 O b.TyCobb
 C,Honus Wagner
 c.Dusty Baker
 D d.Bobby Cox
 d.1933
 10. What pitcher holds the
 record for most consecutive
 complete games pitched?
 □ a.JackTaylor
 15. Who holds the record for
 5.Who was the first pitcher to
 win Season MVP?
 O a.Dazzy Vance
 O b.Lefty Grove
 the most homeruns by a
 Rookie?
 a Frank Robinson
 b.Wally Berger
 c,Wade Boggs
 Randy Johnson
 c.Walter Johnson
 d.Carl Hubbell
 □ c.Williewhite
 O d.Bob Gibson
 □ d·Mark McGwire
 Copyright С 2009, python-printable.games.com
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