May 10, 2011


This is the song that Charles Manson said spoke to him and asked him to start a race war. Which of course led him to the murders. This just shows how messed up Charles Manson was because nowhere in here does it say to start a race war or allude to murder in any way.


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this is a picture of “the family” the group of people that Charles Manson used drugs on to manipulate them into killing for him and doing the murders explicitly how he told them in order that he could blame other people for the crime because of the beatles song.

this is a picture of “the family” the group of people that Charles Manson used drugs on to manipulate them into killing for him and doing the murders explicitly how he told them in order that he could blame other people for the crime because of the beatles song.

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Here is a picture of Charles Manson, as you can tell he was crazy even by his looks let alone the terrible gruesome murders that he had his “family” commit.

Here is a picture of Charles Manson, as you can tell he was crazy even by his looks let alone the terrible gruesome murders that he had his “family” commit.


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Here we talk about the serial killer Charles Manson. He officially ended the 1960s and gave the hippies a bad reputation because he used drugs to manipulate his “family” into killing and people associated drug use with the hippies. This brought on a violent outlook on the hippies and their gatherings which totally defeated the purpose thus ending the hippie era.


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Just as a side note this is a 1967 chevy impala it is an AWESOME car and unfortunately I can’t afford one but it is my DREAM car and I’m sure a lot of other people want this car too. Just giving a bit of trivial information about cars in this time period but it wasn’t that important because we were out of the conformity era where everybody wants the same car and suburban life. Now if people were even concerned with cars it was because they were cool or fast and other things. Not because it was the ideal “american dream”.

Just as a side note this is a 1967 chevy impala it is an AWESOME car and unfortunately I can’t afford one but it is my DREAM car and I’m sure a lot of other people want this car too. Just giving a bit of trivial information about cars in this time period but it wasn’t that important because we were out of the conformity era where everybody wants the same car and suburban life. Now if people were even concerned with cars it was because they were cool or fast and other things. Not because it was the ideal “american dream”.


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Groovy, Man! Far Out!

Population 177,830,000

Unemployment 3,852,000

Average Salary $4,743

Teacher’s Salary $5,174

Minimum Wage $1.00

Life Expectancy:  Males 66.6 years, Females 73.1 years

A great decade for musicals such as:  Camelot, Hello Dolly, Oliver, Man of La Mancha, Hair, and Funny Girl.

Chubby Checker introduced the Twist on American Band Stand in 1961 and a new craze was born with dancing becoming something you didn’t need a partner for.

The Mashed potato, the Swim, the Watusi, the Monkey and the Jerk followed the Twist.

This was also the decade of the Go-Go girls, on stages or in bird cages, who danced above the crowd.

The Flintstones became the second cartoon on in primetime. (The first was Rocky and his Friends in 1959). Of course, more followed such as Alvin & the Chipmunks , the Jetson’s , and Mr. Magoo.

Family television was Andy Griffith Show.  For our sitcom of that decade it was The Beverly Hillbillies. The sci-fi and supernatural included: Bewitched, The Addams Family,  My Favorite Martian , I Dream of Jeannie, Star Trek, the Outer Limits , and the Twilight Zone.


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this is them after they were introduced to drugs

this is them after they were introduced to drugs


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this is the beatles when they were more mainstream

this is the beatles when they were more mainstream


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This is talking about the Beatles and how they changed over the years through their look and their style of music after being introduced to drugs by Bob Dylan.


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