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End the Draft protest of the 60s…

Friday, July 13th, 2012 by

Posted in 101 Gold's Posts

…but it was the 18-60s. Also, it was lights out for the “Kid.”

And, this guy was great on stage, but on water skis…not so much.

Friday, July 13th, the 195th day of 2012




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An End the Draft Protest of the sixties…EIGHTEEN-sixties -1863 – Opponents of the Civil War draft began three days of rioting in New York City, which resulted in more than 1,000 casualties.







JULY 13, 1881 – Just before midnight, Sheriff Pat Garrett shot Billy the Kid dead at Fort Sumner, N.M., when the Kid walks into Pete Maxwell’s darkened bedroom.








1958: While on tour in Wisconsin, this young rock and roller tried to waterski across Lake Rhinelander and nearly drowned when he lost control and fell into the water. It would be just six months later that he was killed – in a plane crash. It was Buddy Holly.




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