Divisi & On The Rocks UofO A Capella

Aaron continues his investigation into the communist enclave in Eugene Oregon. Aaron finds who sang the communist song at mayor Kitty Piercy’s annual address of progress. This choice of song (Link to video of song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oS4bKATtDz0 ) and uniform has deeply disturbed Aaron. The groups name is Divisi a wemons A Capella group from the University of Oregon. They have a rival male A Capella group On The Rocks which Aaron found singing the same day at the University of Oregon’s EMU (Erb Memorial Union). Aaron uncovers many facts needed to expose the leaders of the communist enclave in Eugene Oregon. In later videos Aaron will get deeper into the investigation. Help support these students by visiting their websites and possibly attending on February 6th the 2010 West Quarterfinals of the International Championship of Collegiate A Capella (ICCA) at the Hult Center Eugene Oregon links below.

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brittany says ... on Monday, Oct 3 at 10:52 AM

teddy ramsey hey

Uhh... says ... on Wednesday, Feb 10 at 3:15 PM

This is absolutely ridiculous. You are going way too far with this. Unbelievably stupid.

adb024 says ... on Wednesday, Feb 3 at 3:29 PM

Start a witch hunt. Do you know something I don’t? Witches this is bad.

WTF says ... on Tuesday, Jan 26 at 4:39 PM

"Expose the leaders of the communist enclave in Eugene Oregon." Dude, what planet are you on? "Their uniform has deeply disturbed Aaron"? Do you mean to say that you don't like it, and it makes you want to start witch hunt because you're afraid?

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