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The Bill of Rights first amendment is the freedom of expressing ideas through speech (talking) and the press (writing, printing, blogging and broadcasting). It is for expressing through symbolic expression such as displaying flags and wearing armbands. But did you know, there is a day for free thinking?
If you have not read by now, Hellboy is back in action. Sorry folks, but Ron Perlman will not be in the starting role. The starring role is handed down to David Harbour, who portrays Dexter Tolliver in Suicide Squad and Jim Hopper of Netflix’s Stranger Things. Guillermo […]
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