Monthly Archives: December 2012

Getting Ratical With Rick Cobian

After Rick Cobian and I became partners in the Bohemian Bank I gave him my ideas. Chris Stubbs is Kenny and Marilyn’s roommate and is the director of the Inspirational Sounds Gospel Choir that my childhood friend has sung in … Continue reading

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The Templar Bohemian Bank

Before the Tea Party was born, I born the Bohemian Bank and adobted Our Lady Liberty as our guide. of the Templar Bohemians With the bailout of world banks by common taxpayers, there arises a need to redefine banking as … Continue reading

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Real Gone In Oregon

Real Gone in Or-ee-gon Inaugural Hello to Obama Come break bread with Brother Obama at the New Day Bakery at 449 Blair Blvd. in Eugene Oregon Hear première of Obama song by the Stone Cold Jazz Orchestra. Warm up you … Continue reading

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Oregon’s Hello to Obama

While in a nightclub of a friend, I suggested to Rick Cobian we produce a inaugural celebration. He and Kenny Reed had just done a song about Obama and had played it several times. “Hey Obama!” was the extent of … Continue reading

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Jazz and Poetry Stuff

Here I am at the Granary about to read my poem. Here are my old poetry mates doing a ditty about a homeless man with a cardboard sign. Jeanette knows my homeless man who will be moving into his own … Continue reading

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Our Magical Trip

Last night I talked to my friend Chris who lives in the Village in New York. We got on the subject of being persecuted because we were, or, had been hippies. I told her as a historian our demonization was … Continue reading

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“The Anti-Rock God”

“Jonathan is the anti-rock god. He’s just a man in a profession that has always been full of the bullshit of the idol, the elevation of the artist over the audience, most especially commercially.” “His first place to stay in … Continue reading

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