Julian Bond, Former N.A.A.C.P. Chairman and Civil Rights Leader, Dies at 75
Julian Bond, a charismatic figure of the 1960s civil rights movement, a lightning rod of the anti-Vietnam War campaign and a lifelong champion of equal rights for minorities, notably as chairman of the N.A.A.C.P., died on Saturday night in Fort Walton Beach, Fla. He was 75.
Locked away in a forgotten vault somewhere is the funniest Q&A session he ever did, in the 1970s on the Stanley Siegel Show, out of WABC-TV Channel 7 in NYC.
He did good.
He will be missed.
Rest in peace.
See this Google Translate link [original link].
Despite the fractured English, it’s worth looking at.
AnTuTu is again impressive:
Over the 50,000-mark, as first reported and contradicting two other scores that were 10,000 points less.
Well, things have hit a second wall over at the ARCTablet forum in attempts to flash the Insignia Flex Elite 7.85 with OMA’s ROM.
The latest attempt by TesseractSpace has ended, with OMA’s reply following:
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