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Most gunfights are portrayed in films or books as having two men square off, waiting for one to make the first move. This was rarely the case. Often, a gunfight was spur-of-the-moment, with one drawing his pistol, and the other reacting. Often it would develop into a shootout where both men bolted for cover. [11] In popular folklore, men who held noteworthy reputations as a gunfighter were eager to match up against another gunman with the same reputation. On the contrary, in cases where two men held a similar reputation, both would avoid confrontation with one another whenever possible. [1] They rarely took undue risks, and usually weighed their options before confronting another well-known gunman. This respect for one another is why most famous gunfights were rarely two or more well-known gunmen matched up against one another, but rather one notable gunman against a lesser-known opponent or opponents.

In those heady days of 2015, Twitter was awash with self-righteous #RefugeesWelcome hashtags while “Wir schaffen das!” — “We can do this!” — was Merkel’s arrogant response to anyone who dared raise the possibility that her way might not be in Europe’s best long-term interests.

Howard Jones first burst upon the contemporary music scene with his very English song-writing and pioneering synthesizers. He lived in the higher reaches of the album charts in the UK, USA, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Canada, Australia, and many other countries….and the hits kept coming. Entire generations not only remember, but still sway nostalgically to Jones’ quintessential hits including, “No One is To Blame,” “Things Can Only Get Better,” and “Everlasting Love.” He had ten top 40 hit singles in the…

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