Homeless Get Lucky With Lucy



belllI was lax in my investigation of Advocates for the Homeless. The Friends of Vinis were keeping it a secret Lucy is a champion of the homeless and worked for Sheltercare, a program I took part in when I was homeless.

“She says her background in nonprofits has well equipped her for the job of mayor. “I do feel that my work with ShelterCare and EarthShare of Oregon, building that strong community conversation around a particular issue and engaging people to find solutions, is good preparation for running for the mayor’s office,” Vinis says.”

I am going to go before our new mayor and ask her if she if going to protect me from crazy anarchists who menaced me and made up lies in order to destroy my reputation and silence my voice – while they amplify their voice using the homeless as an excuse! Take away the homeless, and they do not have a megaphone to funnel votes into their pocket! If you appear you hate the homeless, you are a stalker, a anti-Semite,  a racist!

I think everyone who gets a paycheck for helping the homeless should turn 20% of it over to the homeless for helping put them get into office. Why pay for a political staff and all that crap? This guy Joe Tyndall suggests some folks in Springfield want to round up the homeless “and kill them.” This is a fellow Witchhunter. I bet he knows Alley Valkyrie? Is Joe a Wiccan, a Warlock?

What Tyndall is, is an Atheist who rejects all aspects of the church, but, helping poor homeless people. Randall embraces the homeless and uses them as his personal human shield lest he look like he hates Jesus and his benevolent mission. Joe – cares! Anyone who disagrees is going to have Valkyrie’s Storm Troopers on their ass. I would love to debate this Turdball.

After DIGGING DEEPER I discover Joe Tyndall l filmed many videos about Valkyie – including the arrest of Belle Burch who did not like my accusation she and SLEEPS are misusing monies given to them to help the homeless. Why does Joe get to film and post his films about SLEEPS & OCCUPY, and I can’t?

Tyndall and his ilk, see themselves as Nazi Hunters. They see the majority of voters as Human Scum. I wish I had campaigned against Lucy in the Sky Pie For The Homeless. Note the pic of Alley and Monroe above the words

“Heart of the city”

I may be the only person who fell in love in the “heart of the city” – after she stuck her tongue out at me. I made the best video ever made in Eugene! My novel ‘Capturing Beauty’ will bury Eugene and OCCUPY side by side. I will own their history! Below are letters defending the free speech of Erasmus during the Inquisition, addressed to my kindred. Perhaps Tyndall, the certified voice of the homeless advocate, would like to hold a mock trial on his T.V. show, where I get to face my accusers?

“Bring forth the beautiful woman who stuck her tongue out at Mr. Presco – for the sake of the homeless! Of course this known Nazi Deviant saw it as a come-on, a signal that allowed him to abuse all the homeless of Eugene! There are witnesses that claim Presco wanted to round up the homeless, capture them in his dank hole he dug under his house. How many has this monster – skinned alive?”

I am a success story. In 1996, ShelterCare saved my life after I was put out of Sacred Hearts early one morning because I did not have insurance. I had pneumonia.  I stayed at the Royal Avenue Shelter on 99 for almost two months. I lived in a halfway house for the homeless for three months until I rented my own place from folks who knew the founder of ShelterCare. My experience and testimony is valuable.

Jon Presco



Jon Presco



1153/ To Godschalk Rosemondt Louvain 18 October 1520

Gottschalk Rosemondt of Eindhoven in Northern Brabant, matriculated
at the University of Louvain on 1499 and remained there until his
death in 1526. A doctor of divinity in 1516, he succeeded in 1520 to
the chair o f theology formerly held by Jan Briart. Like Briart he
was a personal friend of the future Pope Adrian V1. His prominent
position in the theological faculty notwithstanding , he retained an
mind towards humanists studies and a measure of sympathy for
Erasmus. This letter is addressed to him in his capacity as rector
of the university for the winter term of 1520-21 (cf Matricule de
Louvain 111-1963) It was published in the Epistolae ad diverse.In
preparation for a confrontations with the theologian Nicolass
Baechem Egmondanus, to be held in the presence of the rector,
Erasmus launches an elaborate protest against his opponent, who had
attacked him from the pulpit of St, Peter’s church on 9 and 14

cf Ep 1162s1162/ To Thomas More Louvain November? 1520

This letter give a spirited account between Erasmus and Nicolas
Egmondanus before the rector of the of the university of Louvain,
Godschlak Rosemondt. Printed in the Epistle ad diverse, it was no
doubt composed with a wider public in mind; Thomas More, to whom it
is addressed, need not have been told at length an episode of which
he was himself a protagonist. Erasmus also described the
confrontation with Baecahmen in Ep 1173:29-109


The story that has reached you about my little dispute with Nicolaus
Egdmondanus in the pressed of the rector of this university is not
wholly true, and yet not quite devoid of truth; such is the way of
rumor, which likes to enhance the facts and tell the story with a
difference. Nor are he and I so much at variance that I would
willingly see him the victim of false reports. So here is the true
story, since I see that in your part of the world you are so idle
you can find time to follow the silly things we do here.

I had written to the rector of the university to protest against the
attacks made on me by Egmondamus in the pulpit and he wrote back
that if I was prepared to listen in person while he did his tale
unfold, we might perhaps come to some agreement. I replied that I
had no objection, though well aware that no lasting good would come
of it. So we met, and the rector took the chair, with me on the
right and Egmondamus on the left. This arrangement was not without
point. He knew Egmondamu’s temperament, and of me he had quite the
wrong idea: he thought I was capable of losing my temper. So he sat
between us, to keep the combatants apart. There upon the rector
opened the subject in a few words, and then, with a countenance of
wonderful and comical gravity Egmondanus began: `I have spoken ill
of no man in my sermon. If Erasmus thinks he has suffered an injury,
let him declare it, and I will answer him.’I asked him whether there
could be a more atrocious injury that to traduce an innocent man in
a public sermon with a string of lies. That roused him at once;
dropping the mask he assumed, and almost purple in the face (his
face was red already, for it was after dinner), `And why, pray, says
he. `do you traduce me in your religious books, `I replied, `your
name is never mentioned.’ Nor has your,’ he retorted, `ever been
uttered in my sermons.’

I denied that my books were religious books, for in them I set down
my down my own imaginings and write whatever come into my head – a
thing, I added, which is not allowed in the pulpit. `Beside which’,
I said’ `I have written for less about you then the facts warrant.
You have told lies about me in public, calling me a supporter of
Luther, whom I have never supported in the sense that the public
reads into your words and you mean yourself.’ By this time he was
not merely exited, he was like a madman. `No, no’, he shouted, `you
are behind the whole lot. You are the slippery customer, the double-
dealer; you can twist everything somehow by the tail.’ And he spewed
up, rather than uttered, much more of the same kind, which
glittering bile at the moment put into his head.I felt my own
hackles rising, and already let out a word which was the forerunner
of rather intemperate language, not exactly `Thou fool’ but
something of the sort that would smell worse then it sounds. But I
controlled myself instantly, thinking it better to respect my won
health ( for I was poorly) and that of the rector, who was also in
the doctor’s hands, beside which it seemed foolish and undignified
to answer a madman in his own language.. So I turned to the rector
with a smile and said,’ I could bring evidence of his outrageous
calumnies, and I could return his abuse. He calls me slippery; I
could call him in my turn a fox..1164/ To Godschalk RosemondtThis
undated letter follows Ep 1153 and Erasmus’s visit to Cologne. It
also report an event that took place on 25 November. It was
published in the Epistle ad diversoss.


I have no desire to interrupt you so often with a letter, and yet it
is better for us both. We had enjoyed silence for a time from the
Frisian Domnican who put a gloss long ago on my Moria and since on
my Antibarbari, pouring every sort of rant and calummy on my name
and reputation. And he supposes he is doing right, for this reason
if no other, that I have touched on monks in what I write, although
I always refrain from the outrageous tales told of them too often –
and let us hope, without foundation – by common report, and repeated
of late at the crowded dinner table of the cardinal of Sion, and
have always avoided names of men and even of orders.

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