Jack
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Get a load of this trainwreck, his hair's a mess, and he doesn't know who he is yet ♪♫♪♫♪♫♪♫
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coochie hunter mendoza Apr 26 @ 5:36am 
real life smegma golem
Jack Apr 25 @ 3:00pm 
You are actually hitler
JamM Apr 25 @ 2:56pm 
and that was the first ever Rick roll
JamM Apr 25 @ 2:56pm 
Noriega was convicted of drug trafficking, racketeering, and money laundering by the United States in 1992, and spent the next fifteen years in American prisons. He spent three more years in custody after that, awaiting extradition to France. In 2010, he was extradited to France. And that day, NPR retold the story of his crimes and capture. One of the songs the military played during the capture, of course, was “Never Going to Give You Up.” The Navy SEALs Rickrolled Noriega out of the Vatican, nearly twenty years before Rickrolling was a thing.
JamM Apr 25 @ 2:55pm 
On December 20, 1989, the United States invaded Panama. One of the objectives was to depose Noriega, who facilitated drug trafficking and money laundering through Panama’s borders. Noriega went to the Vatican’s diplomatic mission in Panama City, hoping to receive asylum, and in any event, the U.S. was unlikely at best to invade the Vatican’s foothold in the area. But the American forces weren’t simply going to sit idly by as Noriega took cover. Instead, they tried some psychological warfare. Noriega had a professed hatred for rock music, so the Navy SEALs assigned to extract the dictator started blasting such music in the area. (The military would later deny that this was the reason for the noise, instead claiming that the noise was there to drown out eavesdropping devices.) After ten days, Noriega exited the mission and surrendered.
Jack Mar 18 @ 9:59am 
Not racism if I'm gay 👌👌👌👌👌👌👌