Monthly Archives: January 2015

Southern Neo-Confederates

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
The Rosamond family owned plantations and fought under the Swamp Fox. The Rosamond and Hodges Civil War Veteran bones, are being employed by Tea Party Traitors and Tax Evaders in their ‘Jesus Hates You’ program,…

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Sleeping Beauty

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God Did Not Bless Me – Again!

When Sarah Palin ran for Vice President she claimed God chose her and wants to speak through her to the American People who are being directed by God to vote for Sarah. When Sarah and her ilk, lost the election, … Continue reading

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Armenian Genocide

The world media is being overwhelmed by horrendous images of religious lunatics doing hideous things to people. Why should this democracy support anything that looks like religious extremism? You got to get to the polls and vote the Political Republican-Church … Continue reading

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The Atlantean Grail Rising

I am done with this frog pond, these mean little town blues for homeless loons that has no room for real ideas, especially, BIG IDEAS! There will be no Godzilla Festival competing with the Eugene Celebration that has been presented by … Continue reading

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Casablanca and the Vichy Atonement

Since I posted this, I had a woman Rabbi call me, and, just contributed to the making of this film: http://www.rockethub.com/projects/43758-unspeakable-an-animated-holocaust-documentary I just got off the phone with Virginia Hambley. I suggested we go see a Rabbi and conduct a … Continue reading

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Kurds Defeat Isis at Kobani

I am proud to have gotten to know several Kurds who believed ISIS could be defeated at Kobami. I have backed many long-shots in my life, but have never felt so completely on the side of any group who was so severely … Continue reading

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Nancy Hamren Van Brasch

Two days ago I got a call from someone who knew Nancy when she lived on Belvedere near Haight St. We talked about other mutual friends. In 1959, I met Nancy at McCheznie Junior High in Oakland. We were twelve. … Continue reading

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The King of California

Last night CNN aired an excellent program on the 60s, the best I have ever seen. This show covered my history. In 1963 I hitchhiked to New York and lived in the East and West Village for nine months. I … Continue reading

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Lolita, Gaslighting, and the Pynchon Pile

  Crunchy numbers The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 120,000 times in 2014. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 5 days for that many people … Continue reading

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