HALLESQUE TM ~ (n) a corridor or passage in a building, a large room for assembly. In a world wherein science is dismissed outright and alternative facts are both in vogue and vile, HALLESQUE convenes a virtual hall for a convocation of conscience. HALLESQUE.com aims to be the least factual, most accurate social-political platform. “After all, as any sniper knows, it is accuracy that truly counts – not the fact that you fired a shot” (John R. Hall).
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John make’s a bold statement on our corporate transportation: a classically-styled Indian Motorcycle® hard bagger. A valanced front fender with an illuminated headdress leads the way. With premium features like keyless ignition, remote-locking, hard saddlebags, a push-button power windshield, and the industry-leading Ride Command® system with a 100-watt premium audio system. All housed in a nimble chassis that’s fueled by the unmatched performance of the Thunder Stroke® 111 V-Twin engine.
In 1920 the Remington Portable Typewriter, model number NA00190, retailed for $29.95. It had capital and small letters, a standard key board, a shift key and many other innovative features. It also resembled the big machines of the day in efficiency, and it was a Remington – with every merit for which Remingtons were famous. The olden days were not really that great, huh? I’ll keep using my Hewlett Packard TouchSmart and ProBook.