Dr. Susan Block

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  1. Clemmy
    06 · 2 · 18 @ 2:57 am

    Memorial Day:

    “David W. Blight, a historian at Yale, has a different account. He traces the holiday to a series of commemorations that freed black Americans held in the spring of 1865, after Union soldiers, including members of the 21st United States Colored Infantry, liberated the port city of Charleston, S.C.

    Digging through an archive at Harvard, Dr. Blight found that the largest of these commemorations took place on May 1, 1865, at an old racecourse and jockey club where hundreds of captive Union prisoners had died of disease and been buried in a mass grave. The black residents exhumed the bodies and gave them proper burials, erected a fence around the cemetery, and built an archway over it with the words, “Martyrs of the Race Course.”

    Some 10,000 black people then staged a procession of mourning, led by thousands of schoolchildren carrying roses and singing the Union anthem “John Brown’s Body.” Hundreds of black women followed with baskets of flowers, wreaths and crosses. Black men, including Union infantrymen, also marched. A children’s choir sang spirituals and patriotic songs, including “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

    “The war was over, and Memorial Day had been founded by African-Americans in a ritual of remembrance and consecration,” Dr. Blight wrote in a 2011 essay for The New York Times. “The war, they had boldly announced, had been about the triumph of their emancipation over a slaveholders’ republic. They were themselves the true patriots.”

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/26/us/the-unofficial-history-of-memorial-day.html

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  2. Jules
    05 · 29 · 18 @ 9:25 pm

    Sounds like howl of a great show!

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  3. Jesse Prather
    05 · 29 · 18 @ 9:15 pm

    definitely**

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  4. Jesse Prather
    05 · 29 · 18 @ 6:10 pm

    Dependently a different experience, but in a really awesome way, its always great when you put your self around one who are like you! i felt very comfortable and had tone of the funnest nights of my life thank you from GrilsNGuys Studios! thank you BONOBOVIllIE ! cant wait til DR Susan’s Birthday!

    -Jesse Prather:)

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  5. Mita
    05 · 29 · 18 @ 6:08 pm

    You really never know what to expect on this show!!

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  6. Tammie Parrot
    05 · 29 · 18 @ 12:37 pm

    Love your show even more when I’m part of the show Dr. Suzy

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  7. Jeremy Smith
    05 · 29 · 18 @ 8:11 am

    The comedian guy was funny. Was a great episode!

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  8. Anthony Davis
    05 · 29 · 18 @ 7:45 am

    It was a fun night that i will never forget. ALOT of first that night. Learned that you can but salt on your dick and that if i dont speak into the mic im punished. Awesome show love to come back.

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  9. Harry Sapien
    05 · 29 · 18 @ 6:59 am

    This show was a nonstop sexy fun party!!! Sometimes, you just get the perfect mix of funny and sexy and that was this night’s show. Who would have thought a straight laced Southern Baptist raised Comedian would fit in so well in Bonoboville?
    Great discussion, wonderful chemistry, so much freakin fun!!!! Can’t wait for next week!!!

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  10. Gideon Grayson
    05 · 29 · 18 @ 5:41 am

    Another great appearance by Mistress Kara and Jack Friday!!!

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  11. Camille Rosebud
    05 · 29 · 18 @ 1:51 am

    What a funny show. Had the funniest convo with Anthony prior to the show. He hadn’t even seen a woman walking around in fishnets. I’m shocked at how open minded he was…maybe a side-effect of having your mind blown. As always, love Mistress Kara and that striptease was freaking amazing.

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