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Some more recent records I picked up. Randomly picked, freestyle. Unplanned. Having fun. Mixing. Vinyl. Chillin'.
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This is, unfortunately, nothing new or surprising. Providing and justifying forced black labor has been one of the primary functions of Southern law enforcement since the end of slavery.

Alabama officially outlawed convict leases in 1928. But the use of pretextual convictions to force African-Americans into slavery continued at least until 1944, when, with the end of the Roosevelt administration, federal investigations into southern peonage essentially stopped. The last convictions of that period occurred just down the road from Dothan, in Evergreen, where a turpentine operation was using the local sheriff to provide free labor.

We're not talking about a practice that was rooted out, or ever genuinely discouraged by the state. We're talking about a series of investigations which stopped because Harry S. Truman needed votes from the South, and which never resumed because it it was assumed that slavery was really just over this time, despite not having been over in 1944, or 1915, or 1868, or 1866, or 1863. 
According to Internal Affairs records obtained by the Henry County Report, their superiors, several of whom have since been promoted, knew about the practice and helped cover it up. Indeed, the lieutenant implicated by the documents is now the chief of the department. The sergeant who obstructed the Internal Affairs investigation went on to become sheriff and then director of homela...
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Was at a record store that was having a sale the other week. Not much of a sale tbh. Stuff that I would normally see around for $5 or less was 'on sale' for $10 plus. The guy said most of their sales are online and to Europe. I guess that was how he justified his prices. Anyway, I decided to dig through their $1 wall. Low and behold it was full of Disco! Needless to say, I grabbed a pretty big stack. Walked out with 115 records for the princely s...
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Was at a record store that was having a sale the other week. Not much of a sale tbh. Stuff that I would normally see around for $5 or less was 'on sale' for $10 plus. The guy said most of their sales are online and to Europe. I guess that was how he justified his prices. Anyway, I decided to dig through their $1 wall. Low and behold it was full of Disco! Needless to say, I grabbed a pretty big stack. Walked out with 115 records for the princely s...
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Was in Jamaica for the NY and managed to hunt down a tidy record store. This is the first mix from the scoop of 45s I bagged.
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This is, unfortunately, nothing new or surprising. Providing and justifying forced black labor has been one of the primary functions of Southern law enforcement since the end of slavery.

Alabama officially outlawed convict leases in 1928. But the use of pretextual convictions to force African-Americans into slavery continued at least until 1944, when, with the end of the Roosevelt administration, federal investigations into southern peonage essentially stopped. The last convictions of that period occurred just down the road from Dothan, in Evergreen, where a turpentine operation was using the local sheriff to provide free labor.

We're not talking about a practice that was rooted out, or ever genuinely discouraged by the state. We're talking about a series of investigations which stopped because Harry S. Truman needed votes from the South, and which never resumed because it it was assumed that slavery was really just over this time, despite not having been over in 1944, or 1915, or 1868, or 1866, or 1863. 
According to Internal Affairs records obtained by the Henry County Report, their superiors, several of whom have since been promoted, knew about the practice and helped cover it up. Indeed, the lieutenant implicated by the documents is now the chief of the department. The sergeant who obstructed the Internal Affairs investigation went on to become sheriff and then director of homela...
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Was at a record store that was having a sale the other week. Not much of a sale tbh. Stuff that I would normally see around for $5 or less was 'on sale' for $10 plus. The guy said most of their sales are online and to Europe. I guess that was how he justified his prices. Anyway, I decided to dig through their $1 wall. Low and behold it was full of Disco! Needless to say, I grabbed a pretty big stack. Walked out with 115 records for the princely s...
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Was at a record store that was having a sale the other week. Not much of a sale tbh. Stuff that I would normally see around for $5 or less was 'on sale' for $10 plus. The guy said most of their sales are online and to Europe. I guess that was how he justified his prices. Anyway, I decided to dig through their $1 wall. Low and behold it was full of Disco! Needless to say, I grabbed a pretty big stack. Walked out with 115 records for the princely s...
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The pizza was great, the place itself was fine and the service seemed to be ok until we got the bill. There was only 2 of us, 1 large pizza, 2 glasses of wine and 1 beer. Not a complex bill. We noticed that there was an extra wine on the bill. Ok, fine, let the server know. However, as soon as we started to say we had a problem we got cut off and she was sorry and blah blah, "I'll sort it out". I hadn't even gotten to explain what the problem was, she already knew! So...why didn't she fix the problem with the extra drink BEFORE giving us the bill? She was trying to scam us, that is why. When she brought back the amended bill she made up some BS excuse about the bar tender ringing up two drinks and said that she even made a comment along the lines off "Is one of those for me?" So if she knew about it BEFORE then why didn't she fix it before? Scam, that is why. If you eat here, make sure to check you bill! EDIT - Ok, so I thought that was an isolated incident and because all my friends were going to a different BP I decided to go to. BIG MISTAKE. I got one beer for me, 5.44 ish and one cider for my lady, 6.53 ish. so let's say a total of $12. I gave the waitress a $20 wrapped inside the receipts and told her it was for those two drinks. So I wait. And wait. All my friends were leaving or left and still no sign of her. So I go inside and she tries to walk right past me. I said Hey, yeah, I'm just waiting on some change. She was all "Oh you paid for the two drinks right". Yeah I gave you a 20, they were only like 12 or 13." She pulls out a check wallet full of cash, gives me a 5 and says "Oh, I've no small change". So I just said it was fine but come on, I mean, is scamming the customer part of the training in this place? NEVER GOING BACK!
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The pizza was great, the place itself was fine and the service seemed to be ok until we got the bill. There was only 2 of us, 1 large pizza, 2 glasses of wine and 1 beer. Not a complex bill. We noticed that there was an extra wine on the bill. Ok, fine, let the server know. However, as soon as we started to say we had a problem we got cut off and she was sorry and blah blah, "I'll sort it out". I hadn't even gotten to explain what the problem was, she already knew! So...why didn't she fix the problem with the extra drink BEFORE giving us the bill? She was trying to scam us, that is why. When she brought back the amended bill she made up some BS excuse about the bar tender ringing up two drinks and said that she even made a comment along the lines off "Is one of those for me?" So if she knew about it BEFORE then why didn't she fix it before? Scam, that is why. If you eat here, make sure to check you bill! EDIT - Ok, so I thought that was an isolated incident and because all my friends were going to a different BP I decided to go to. BIG MISTAKE. I got one beer for me, 5.44 ish and one cider for my lady, 6.53 ish. so let's say a total of $12. I gave the waitress a $20 wrapped inside the receipts and told her it was for those two drinks. So I wait. And wait. All my friends were leaving or left and still no sign of her. So I go inside and she tries to walk right past me. I said Hey, yeah, I'm just waiting on some change. She was all "Oh you paid for the two drinks right". Yeah I gave you a 20, they were only like 12 or 13." She pulls out a check wallet full of cash, gives me a 5 and says "Oh, I've no small change". So I just said it was fine but come on, I mean, is scamming the customer part of the training in this place? NEVER GOING BACK!
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