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« Reply #425 on: November 21, 2017, 02:15:17 pm »


The Los Angeles Times is full of articles and features about Charles Manson at the moment. Quite understandable, I suppose, when you consider the infamous murders occured in the Los Angeles basin. However, I've got a subscription to the Los Angeles Times and as well as unrestricted access to their online articles and their vast archive of news stories dating way back into the 19th century, I get access to an e-format version of the print edition when it comes out each day, usually sometime between 9pm and 10pm (NZ-time). I was sound asleep when the print edition was released last night (due to the fact I was starting work at 4am), but after I got the first three trains ready to go this morning and placed the first service to the platform, I had 45-minutes to spare until departure time of that train, so I logged-in and gained access to Monday's print edition. In it, I discovered the two articles posted above, so I read them. They provide an insight into why Charles Manson turned out to be the person he was. I guess it shows that if you abuse a kid, they can get programmed to be an arsehole as they grow up.
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