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Tommie Smith and John Carlos give the Black Power salute at the 1968 Olympics. As they walked from the arena, after taking a gold medal and a bronze medal for the U.S., many Americans booed them

From The Vault: Mexico '68 and the Black Power movement

Tommie Smith and John Carlos give the Black Power salute at the 1968 Olympics. As they walked from the arena, after taking a gold medal and a bronze medal for the U.S., many Americans booed them

Bobby Darin has to be one of the best singers of all time. I especially enjoy his song, "Somewhere Beyond the Sea". It talks a lot about meeting your love across the sea after not seeing her for so long, and how once you do, you'll never be sad or lonely again. This really reminds me of Ophelia, because one day we'll meet again in heaven, beyond the sea of death, and never again will we be sad.

Bobby Darin has to be one of the best singers of all time. I especially enjoy his song, "Somewhere Beyond the Sea". It talks a lot about meeting your love across the sea after not seeing her for so long, and how once you do, you'll never be sad or lonely again. This really reminds me of Ophelia, because one day we'll meet again in heaven, beyond the sea of death, and never again will we be sad.

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