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Charles de Ganahl Koch (/ k oʊ k /; born November 1, 1935) is an American billionaire businessman. As of August 2022, he was ranked as the 15th richest person in the world on Bloomberg Billionaires Index , with an estimated net worth of $70 billion. 
1957 - O'Reilly Automotive Opens. Charles F. "C.F" and Charles H. "Chub" O'Reilly, with the help of 11 other employee/owners open O'Reilly Automotive on December 2 in Springfield, MO. Sales the first full year totaled $700,000. 1964 - First Branch Store Opens. O'Reilly Automotive added its first branch store in Springfield, MO.
By 1924, Charles had become familiar with the Springfield area, having traveled by train to sell auto parts throughout the territory. By 1932, he had become manager of Link Motor Supply in Springfield, and one of his sons, Charles H. (Chub) O’Reilly, joined the company. Together they helped make Link the predominant auto parts store in the area.
Clerk at O’Reilly’s Auto Parts Shoots Customer after the Woman Pulled Her Over Counter and Beat Her A$$ and Talked About Her Mama (VIDEO) (Gateway Pundit) An irate woman was filmed attacking a store clerk at an O’Reilly’s Auto Parts Store in Dayton, Ohio.
From Instapundit and Laura Ingraham to O’Reilly and Beck, Tunku Varadarajan counts down the most influential right-wing media figures in the country. Updated Jul. 14, 2017 11:17AM ET / Published ...
OAN correspondent: “Our government has gone rogue, and the fascists in Washington are hunting down anyone and everyone who stands in their way.”
1919, Baudelaire: His Prose and Poetry by Charles Baudelaire, Edited by T. R. Smith, Series: The Modern Library of the World’s Best Books, Story: The Generous Player, Translated by Joseph T. Shipley, Start Page 80, Quote Page 82, Boni and Liveright, New York.
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