Monthly Archives: April 2013

Hitler Hated Toll Roads

Republican Privatizers are going to eat this story up. Hitler, the socialist, ordered his people to make super highways free of traditional family value horse and carts. How like Obama was Hitler? I believe Big Business should privatize our nation’s … Continue reading

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Disgraceful VA Backlog

Awareness is the first step in change. Hollis made me aware that one does not complain when it comes to dealing with the military. As a citizen, I have no problem. My voice will be heard. Two days after Hollis … Continue reading

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Bayeux Tapestry and Manifest Destiny

As we sat high up in Autzen Stadium I painted more of a historic picture for my kindred and friend who was a logger up in Blue River. In 1972 Michael Dundon bought about $600 dollars worth of art supplies … Continue reading

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Finding Closure at Spring Game

Saturday, Michael Dundon and I rode our bikes to Autzen stadium and saw the Spring Game. I had a Rose Bowl flag in my basket, and felt proud of my team. My neighbor, Terrell Turner, played in that Rose Bowl … Continue reading

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King Arthur’s Castle

Turstin is Thurstein “Thor’s Stone” who was Eric the Red’s son who came to Vineland to retrieve the body of his brother Thorvald, who may be the ancestor of the ex-wife, Mary Ann Thorvaldson, who claims she descends from Eric. … Continue reading

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“FitzWolf” and The Bayeux Tapestry

In the Bayeux Tapestry we see a knight carrying the gonfanon of William the Conqueror. Some say this is Eustace, but Wace in his Roman de Rou, says this is Turstin FitzRolf. Wace says Raol “famous wolf” de Toeni – … Continue reading

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Rosamond Is Kin To Godfrey de Bouillon

The great grandmother of Rosamond Clifford was Judith of Lens de Bouillon, or Boulogne, whose father was Lambert. Here is the female line to the Kings of Jerusalem and Knights Templar: Judith Bouillon Alice de Huntingdon Margaret de Toeni Rosamond … Continue reading

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