Remembering The March On Selma


She was brutally attacked, violated and traumatized. And we’re not letting it go and people should quit axing asking us to do so at this point and time. Never Forget.

The Marchers cross over the iconic Sofa Bridge en route to Selma.

The Marchers cross over the iconic Sofa Bridge en route to Selma.

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4 responses to “Remembering The March On Selma

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  2. GruntOfMonteCristo March 7, 2015 at 2:31 pm

    Who could forget Selma in the bathtub with Pierce Brosnan in “After the Sunset?” I won’t be anytime soon. But seriously, Earl. You in trouble now! Forget ISIS, you have desecrated some serious idols! *runs screaming*

    • Earl of Taint March 8, 2015 at 4:19 pm

      You’re implying I have some hidden meaning in my post that is disrespectful of ancient Assyrian winged-bull dudes?

      I really don’t see it and certainly did not intend any offense to the hard working Assyrian community. If there still is one.

      *come back*

      • GruntOfMonteCristo March 8, 2015 at 4:47 pm

        Now that you mention it, Selma DOES look like she might be partly Assyrian. Maybe it’s the hair. But I’m pretty sure she’s mostly Mexican with some European ancestry. And I definitely idolize her. She has exquisite monuments.

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