Monthly Archives: December 2015

Family of Rougemont

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Another branch of the Rougemont Family. http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Famille_de_Rougemont   Family of Rougemont Family of Rougemont (olim Rogemont) Arms of the family: family de Rougemont (olim Rogemont) Blazon “of golden lion gules” or “gules a lion rampant…

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The Flame of Liberty

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Lady Liberty, the Muse of two Freedom Loving Nations, gathered the larges crowd, the most powerful audience, the world has ever known. One million, six hundred thousand souls marched in the streets of Paris. There…

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Guy de Rougemont, of the Academy of fine arts

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Guy de Rougemont, of the Academy of fine arts Guy of Rougemont: Wanderings in the city A communication at the Academy of fine arts, “A painter in the jungle of cities” “A painter in the…

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Bohemianism vs. Wahhabism

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The crux of this blog is about the rise of the Virtual End Time Genitalia Shamers, verses the Bohemian Creative Class. What is Wahhabism? And what is Bohemianism? If you watched Rachel Maddow last night, you got a…

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Bullet Time For Bonzo

To make a vision of Clint Eastwood and Rena Easton together in a movie, may be the height of American Sexyism. Rena was complimented when her son said she was “bad ass”. Indeed, this is her middle name. At the … Continue reading

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The Rosy Posey Ponzi Scheme

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Christine Rosamond Benton had formed seven partnerships according to a data base I looked at in Sacramento. In 1986 Christine formed a partnership with her father and sister, using monies left to Vic Presco by his…

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I Cover The Waterfront

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This morning I discovered an image of a crucified Claudette Colbert who starred in ‘I Cover The Waterfront’ a movie based upon a book written by Max Miller. A chapter in this book is inspired…

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