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  • So, Breedlove is not to be believed even if someone bothers to take his testimony under oath rather than in an "interview?"

    Spam on Sam (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Then he proceeds to tell us that Beau Breedlove is an "opportunistic pig".

    Here we go again with copyright and Oregon public records (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • If Breedlove is to be forever branded a liar because of inconsistencies in his declarations, that puts him in the same boat as Mayor Sam who has been just as inconsistent in his various statements over time.

    Spam on Sam (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • In this case, there was no physical evidence, and Breedlove is of little use to prosecutors -- the best shot for an Adams prosecution was a third-party witness.

    Kroger comes through for Sam the Tram (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • An old gentleman, of singular stolidity, and called Breedlove-I think he had crossed the plains in the same caravan with Rufe-housed with them for awhile during our stay; and they had besides a permanent lodger, in the form of Mrs. Hanson's brother, Irvine Lovelands.

    The Silverado Squatters

  • An old gentleman, of singular stolidity, and called Breedlove -- I think he had crossed the plains in the same caravan with Rufe -- housed with them for awhile during our stay; and they had besides a permanent lodger, in the form of

    The Silverado Squatters

  • The records show that Adams then called Breedlove's cell phone twice later that afternoon.

    Queerty

  • Portland Mayor Sam Adams 'fight to save his reputation was just dealt a huge blow: His claims that his "friendship" with then 17-year-old Beau Breedlove was extremely limited, and that Breedlove perused him, clashes with phone records showing Adams calling Breedlove some 33 times while he was just 17, including two phone calls placed just after landing at Portland's airport.

    Queerty

  • Adams, the Oregonian reported, had called Breedlove 33 times on his cell phone before the lad turned 18, despite having previously told reporters that Breedlove had pursued him.

    Portland Mercury

  • More specifically, look to her seminal 1970 work, The Bluest Eye and its tragic heroine, Pecola Breedlove:

    Stacia L. Brown: 'The Bluest Eye' in a Brave New World

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