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“Join, or Die,” by Benjamin Franklin, Pennsylvania Gazette (Philadelphia, PA), May 9, 1754. Courtesy, Library of Congress This famous “Join or Die” snake, believed to have been created by Benjamin Franklin, has long enjoyed the distinction of being the first political cartoon published in an American newspaper.

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The editorial Franklin wrote next to this cartoon about the "disunited state" and the importance of unity seems all too familiar today.

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Halloween Kitties www.stampingwithlinda.com Make sure to check out my Stamp of the Month Kit Linda Bauwin – CARD-iologist Helping you create cards from the heart.

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USS New Hampshire (SSN 778) ship crest - The crew has adopted FoFC as the official ship's charity organization. They have helped us out in the past and we look forward to them joining us this summer.

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BRITISH BRITISH BRITISH BRITISH- *swings in on a rope wearing an American flag helmet, waving two smaller flags. a large us flag is in the back**anthem plays* AMERICAAAAA

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I will be doing this. I actually started this at a cast party last night because I knew I was with fellow theatre nerds. Everyone joined in and Zane started waving a blanket as if it was a flag. Best day ever.

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