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"I Distroyed the Documents" - 'YEP, I did, yep, I did'!!!

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How about a compare and contrast, above and below.

Pearl Harbor & Pink Pagoda

Date: 12-07-13

Host: John B. Wells

Guests: Douglas Dietrich, Jim Garrow

In the first half, renegade military historian Douglas Dietrich discussed what his research has

uncovered about the attack on Pearl Harbor and how FDR's administration provoked Japan and

led the United States into war in order to pull the country out of the Great Depression.

During the second half, Jim Garrow of Pink Pagoda talked about China's one child per couple

policy and labor conditions in that country, as well as a nuclear detonation off the coast of South

Carolina and the murder of Tom Clancy.




Another day in Paradise...

The Presidential Address to Congress of December 8, 1941 (known as the Infamy Speech or Day

of Infamy Speech) was delivered at 12:30 p.m. that day to a ...

in·fa·my noun \-mē\ : the condition of being known for having done bad things or for being evil

: an evil or terrible act

plural in·fa·mies

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1: evil reputation brought about by something grossly criminal, shocking, or brutal

2a : an extreme and publicly known criminal or evil act b : the state of being infamous

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Examples of INFAMY

He never escaped the infamy his crimes had earned him.

<despite her eventual pardons, she could never completely free herself of the infamy of being

named a war criminal>

First Known Use of INFAMY

15th century

Related to INFAMY


discredit, disesteem, dishonor, disrepute, ignominy, disgrace, obloquy, odium, opprobrium,

reproach, shame


esteem, honor, respect

Related Words

scandal; contempt, despite, disdain, scorn; deprecation, disapprobation, disapproval, disfavor;

abasement, debasement, debasing, degradation, dust, humbling, humiliation; blot, brand, shadow,

slur, smirch, spot, stain, stigma, taint

Near Antonyms

admiration, appreciation, estimation, regard; awe, fear, reverence; fame, glory, renown, repute


See Synonym Discussion at disgrace

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