Alley Valkyrie Makes Fashion Statement


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Alley put up this notice on her page.

“ATTENTION: Unfortunately I have recently discovered a production error regarding recently-printed items with black ink that I thought to be cured but will potentially fade upon washing. If anything you have bought is affected by this, please contact me and I will rectify the situation as quickly as possible. Thank you and my deepest apologies.

Alley Valkyrie has systematically denied me the use of Downtown with her and her friends threats. After I read her demand that I remove all mention of Belle Burch, or she will destroy my reputation – for starters – I considered how much power these Bundyites would own if I did. She and Belle were already enjoying that power because they were positive I would cave in to their demands and do what they say.

What if another MAN got in their way? If it worked once, it would work again. They were in shock when I did not obey! This is very much like doing a Cosby on a rival in order to get them to do what you want with HIM. You freeze his shit up, make him go numb! When you add that bit about “male dominance” then Alley is committing an act of sexual abuse. You stand a better chance with Big Goon, the Hired Dick and Bodyguard. At least you get a fighting chance!

“You rang?”

“What happened to me? I feel groggy!”

Here’s Belle in her Thug outfit writing down her phone and e-mail.

Of course I googled Alley right away to see who she was. She is a fellow writer and artist interested in fashion, and making money sewing and dying clothes. I was shocked. I am positive she looked at my blog before Belle called me and set up an appointment at the Wandering Goat. What were these women up to. Belle is an artist, too. As a rule artists and writers do not go after one another. Alley knew how much artists depend on owning a good reputation. AS Mary Broadhurst pointed out, destroying my reputation would not be helping Belle feel safe. Quite the contrary.

For Christ sake! Only a witch would pose with tree fungus.

What were these two anarchist really afraid of? They had court dates coming up for TRESPASSING. Their attorneys would be asking for probations and claiming these are good girls! I was very tempted to go to court, and, raise my hand. I called the Eugene police and there is no bad record on me. I have a right to the laws of this land, and access to the police. I will be looking at court records – soon! I will be talking to – THE JUDGE!

Alley knew Belle was going to be my model – before her threats! Alley has a young model on her page selling her dresses that bleed badly, spoiling other clothes! It appears Alley is bi-sexual. I think she was jealous of me.

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Alley Valkyrie; ” I will also say that going downtown would be a mistake, as EPD is quite aware of who and what you are, and they have nine uniformed officers downtown. But then again, you said you were going to City Council and you didn’t have the balls to do that, and…See More

Alley Valkyrie: And if you do go downtown, you will have to deal with me personally, by the way.”

Here is the Alley Gang invading the city managers office. If a dozen people rule they are doing wrong for the good of the people, then like Ammon Bundy, who has a right to stop them when they break the law?

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I went downtown last week.

GN: Harney County Sheriff David Ward is obviously well protected right now – he’s got body guards and extra deputies on patrol.

JS: But Geoff, it’s not just the threat of physical violence. These juries will rule against someone, and harass them for years. They’ll follow people, intimidate them, threaten them. There are cases where jury members have filed fraudulent liens against homeowners. When this jury reaches it’s verdict, the sentence is often psychological.

I want to do All of the Things! Would you like to be a part of it?

You may know my work from one or many places… I’ve been creating and running Practical Rabbit since 2005, writing for The Wild Hunt since mid-2013, and fighting for the rights of the homeless on and off for most of my adult life. Prior to all that, I also spent my earlier years as a painter and photographer, and for over a decade now I’ve been sitting on a huge pile of unfinished works and projects.

For the past eleven years I’ve been supporting myself with Practical Rabbit while also struggling with a myriad of health-related challenges, and as much as I love the work I’ve been creating, for many years now I’ve been falling deeper and deeper into debt and poverty. It was never my plan to be printing t-shirts for a living, and while I’m grateful that I’ve been able to keep a roof over my head, long-term my business is unsustainable for a variety of reasons and I’ve only stuck with it for lack of better options.

A few years ago, after I started writing for The Wild Hunt, I realized that I actually might have other options. The longer that I write, the more I realize that I need to be writing more and would love to be writing full-time one day, or at least as close to full-time as is possible for me. But in my current situation, I barely have the time to finish my current once-a-month obligation, let alone time for any additional writing. I have at least a dozen unfinished essays and stories sitting in a folder, as well as at least a dozen more in my head that I’m afraid of losing track of, but I don’t have the time to put them to paper.

And then last spring, I started working with clay and porcelain for the first time in fifteen years, and quickly realized that what I was creating has the potential to grow into a business that has a much greater chance of being stable and sustainable than Practical Rabbit does. (Why is that, you ask? I plan on writing about it.)

But such a transition also requires time just as writing does.

By supporting me on Patreon, you’ll be buying my time back for me so that I can create. You will be a part of helping my shift from a screenprinter and occasional writer to a potter and a frequent storyteller, you will enable me to build a more sustainable business that will hopefully support me and will allow me to write even more, and you will also be freeing my time up so that I can devote more time towards working on homelessness issues.

I also have some long-term projects that you’ll be helping me complete, some which have been on hold for years. These include a volume of poetry and accompanying stories, a personal website featuring my visual art and painting in addition to my writing, a blog I plan on starting around class and poverty issues, and large chunks of unfinished personal writing that I hope to form into a memoir one day.

Thank you in advance for your support, and I look forward to creating for you

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1 Response to Alley Valkyrie Makes Fashion Statement

  1. Reblogged this on rosamondpress and commented:

    I am now so free of the Female Lies aimed at destroying my reputation and my newspaper. “After the Trump National Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes opened for play in 2005, its world-famous owner didn’t stop by more than a few times a year to visit the course hugging the coast of the Pacific.

    When Trump did visit, the club’s managers went on alert. They scheduled the young, thin, pretty women on staff to work the clubhouse restaurant — because when Trump saw less-attractive women working at his club, according to court records, he wanted them fired.

    “I had witnessed Donald Trump tell managers many times while he was visiting the club that restaurant hostesses were ‘not pretty enough’ and that they should be fired and replaced with more attractive women,” Hayley Strozier, who was director of catering at the club until 2008, said in a sworn declaration. “

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