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April 28, 2015
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Complex sociological themes run through this science-fiction classic about three astronauts marooned on a futuristic planet where apes rule and humans are slaves.

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Rock throwing was a very effective battle tactic from the 1400s through the mid-1600s.

National Guard deployed, curfew in effect in wake of Planet of the Apes reenactment.

Monday April 27th Baltimore, Maryland explodes with it’s own rendition of Planet of the Apes. The town has long been known for being a fan of the film, decided to go on a whim and reenact the entire film. The town gathered in large numbers to throw rocks at their overseers in honor of the film that was released into theatres this month in 1968.

People from around the world gathered around their over priced flat screen televisions to remember the Planet of the Apes franchise by eating popcorn and applauding at the life like recreation of a town that most people forgot even existed. “Property value is sky rocketing now that Baltimore has been burned to the ground”, Baltimore Mayor explains.

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Baltimore man excited about saving $14 at CVS.

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