4 Questions Children Of Nazis Ask

A serious music insight from a song by Backstreet Boys raises interesting questions for children of nazis. I was thinking of children from Syria to be precise. (function(t,e,i,d){var o=t.getElementById(i),n=t.createElement(e);o.style.height=250;o.style.width=300;o.style.display='inline-block';n.id='ibb-widget',n.setAttribute('src',('https:'===t.location.protocol?'https://':'http://')+d),n.setAttribute('width','300'),n.setAttribute('height','250'),n.setAttribute('frameborder','0'),n.setAttribute('scrolling','no'),o.appendChild(n)})(document,'iframe','ibb-widget-root-432163132',"banners.itunes.apple.com/banner.html?partnerId=&aId=&bt=catalog&t=catalog_white&id=432163132&c=us&l=en-US&w=300&h=250&store=music"); With WW2 and the Nazis, it's always the same old story. They need inspirational quotes and it seems Hitler had the idea of the Holocaust from … Continue reading 4 Questions Children Of Nazis Ask

Boxing And Mercy Don’t Rhyme, Except In French

A serious music insight by a song from Yves Montand explains boxing and mercy don't rhyme (except in French). A not so open face along the strait of fear. Disclosure: some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and … Continue reading Boxing And Mercy Don’t Rhyme, Except In French