Hot Lips Sink Ships
“A Republican and a Christian, Foster voted for Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) in the special election primary and said she plans to cast her ballot for Jones in the general. She considers Roy Moore “an abomination.”
Two days ago I saw an image of Hope Hicks sitting in a chair facing U.S. Senators. Our Oregon Senator, Ron Wyden, was one of them. You can see his blurry image in the top photo – that is a historic shot!
“Rena! Is that you?”
Yesterday I posted John Monroe’s invitation to his and Alley’s friends to come join in on the cyber-bullying. He wanted to destroy me with his masterful FLAMING! The anniversary of the assassination of JFK, was yesterday.
“Anyone acquainted with the subtleties of violent communication can see that Presco entertains death-phantasies regarding Alley and Belle. Every psychotic lone shooter imagines themselves and their target as dual immortalities — here Presco sees Belle and Alley as potential victims that can turn him into an Eternal Name. His fear is dangerous, his illness is dangerous, his bigotry is dangerous. And I’m seeing just three people willing to put up a defense against that danger. And while obviously psychotic and seemingly paranoid as well, he is above all a threat to people in our community.
I’d like to point out the following two quotes from Presco:
“She’s the head of the dragon of fear! She should have not let me know that, because when I have to fight, I go for a head shot! Especially when the body is so co-dependent to Alley.”
Dangerous John and Alley are responsible for making normal citizens feel UNSAFE!
“The authors of the report bluntly told city officials that downtown Eugene has reached a “crisis level.” Key words frequently used to describe the city center included “dirty,” “unsafe,” and “dangerous.”
This did not surprise many — if any — local residents.”
Last night CNN did a good report on Trump’s Tweeting. He is an experienced FLAMER and CYBER-BULLY………..CYBER-BULLY-BELLE!
I have been involved in FLAMING since 1997. I flamed with Ian Sinclair and Pinkham. Hope Hicks is The Dragon Lady who could bring down the President of the United States!
“It was Beauty who killed the Beast!”
“Flaming is an abuse technique that bullies often use in various online forums. Flaming also occurs on social media sites, personal blogs, chat rooms, email groups and famous video sites such as YouTube. Bullies often use the Internet to intimidate, insult and confuse people because they do not have to reveal their identities to do such. Children who use the Internet to browse or perform studies are vulnerable to having run-ins with these people, who are often referred to as cyber bullies. Flaming is one of the top five abuse tactics that bullies use to torment their victims.”
I have been ganged-up on many times. I write a poem for Belle and Rena, and I have hell to pay. They led a mob that chased me thru the streets of Cruel Town. Christian women are throwing up signs on their lawns.
“Who’s side are you on?”
Rena walks down the middle of the street, totally naked as she did in my in-finished novel ‘Golden Girls of the Corn Cob’. In Hope Hick’s Lolita – is alive – and Donald has got her! She is his Beautiful Gunslinger. This is high noon!
“Do you know where your muse is?”
We are everything that that Russian writer said we were. Roy Moore went looking for a Pure Wife at the Bozeman Teen Dance Center. Their Lolita’s are grown women, now. They will come to the defense of the Cowboy Pedophiles. Will Hot Hicks stand by her man? And, where the fuck did all these Russian child molesters come from?
There is a Raymond Chandler feel to all this. His muse keeps butting in, insisting I author my novel – in his hand! Because she knows I am writing ‘The Great American Novel’.
Hicks is the daughter of Caye Ann (Cavender) Hicks and Paul Burton Hicks III. She grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Hicks was a teenage model, including for a Ralph Lauren campaign, with her older sister Mary Grace and was the face of the Hourglass Adventures novels about a time-traveling 10-year-old. She was the cover model for The It Girl (2005), the first novel in the series by Cecily von Ziegesar.
She attended Greenwich High School, where she was co-captain of the lacrosse team, and graduated in 2006. She attended Southern Methodist University, where she majored in English and played on a club lacrosse program she helped start. She graduated in 2010.
So with a senior Russian official now stating that the Trump campaign had interacted with Russians, what was the Trump campaign to do? For Hicks, it was easy. Go with a blanket denial. “It never happened,” she said. “There was no communication between the campaign and any foreign entity during the campaign.”
No communication. That was a wildly false statement. There were many communications—with Russians and foreign entities, including WikiLeaks, which dumped the Democratic emails stolen by Russian intelligence
Hicks was putting out false information—but it was a line consistent with the campaign’s stonewall. Its top officials had been informed that the Kremlin was trying to covertly assist Trump, yet Trump and his aides constantly denied Putin was meddling in the election. And some of the contacts between Trump campaigners and Russians—particularly those of Papadopoulos and Page—were known by senior campaign officials. Yet the campaign revealed none of these interactions during the election, when Russia’s involvement was a major controversy.
(R-Texas) is apologizing for not using “better judgment” after a nude photo of him surfaced on social media earlier this week, The Texas Tribune reported Wednesday.
Barton’s acknowledgement that he appears in the photo emphasizes that the women he was involved with in the past, one of whom may have shared the photo, were above the age of consent and willing participants.
“While separated from my second wife, prior to the divorce, I had sexual relationships with other mature adult women,” Barton said in a statement.
“Each was consensual. Those relationships have ended. I am sorry I did not use better judgment during those days. I am sorry that I let my constituents down,” he continued.
ANNISTON, Alabama—B.L. Shirley is a Republican woman from a Republican county who always—always—votes Republican. And yet, on a windy, grey morning last weekend, the Talladega, Alabama, retiree found herself in, of all places, a Democrat’s campaign office, wondering just what she could do to defeat the GOP candidate running for a seat in the U.S. Senate from her state.
“Roy Moore,” she said, when asked why she would go canvassing for Democrat Doug Jones before the special election on Dec. 12. “I think Roy Moore is an impostor. I am a Christian and I don’t want to be counted in his camp. He’s a divisive person.”
If Jones is to pull off a victory, it will be because women like Shirley knocked on doors, called neighbors, and worked to convince otherwise skeptical voters that his opponent is fundamentally unfit for the office he’s seeking. A few weeks ago, that seemed like a tall order. As the election nears, it no longer appears quite so improbable.
Allegations that Moore routinely pursued teenage girls and in some cases assaulted them when he was a single man in his thirties have caused Republican voters in Alabama to reassess their options. Some have decided to rally around the nominee. But others have recoiled, leaving Moore in real risk of losing his attempt to take over the seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
More than any other group, it is the women of Alabama, specifically Republican women, who will be the divisive voting bloc.
Women like Walton Foster.
A Republican and a Christian, Foster voted for Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) in the special election primary and said she plans to cast her ballot for Jones in the general. She considers Roy Moore “an abomination.”
“Our historically Republican-leaning suburb is covered with Doug Jones signs. I have seen one for Roy Moore,” said Foster, a mother of two teenage boys who lives in a suburb of Birmingham. “He is more about his personal agenda and less about what is good for the state of Alabama. He does not seem interested in working with anyone. He has refused to debate and defend his positions publicly. When you add the nine accusations—nine!—it is clear he is unfit for office.”
Moore himself seems acutely aware that his standing among the women of Alabama is precarious at best. Over the past few days, his campaign has held press events with women testifying to his character while his wife has become his most public-facing surrogate.
Deputy Dan and The Janitor
Deputy Dan……….Mayland, is a hunk. I’m sure Rena noticed.
I’m going to work more on my movie script ‘The Janitor’. It begins late one rainy and dark night. Deputy Sheriff Dan is working the swing shift when he jumps out of his skin. On a bench sits Rena Easton. Not able to speak, Rena breaks the ice,
“I wondered how long it would take you to notice me. I’ve been sitting here for exactly 22 minutes and sixteen seconds.”
“Why didn’t you approach the desk, say something to me!”
“I’m shy. I am the reclusive widow of Sir Ian Easton. Perhaps you have heard of me? I need your help. Someone I knew forty years ago got too close. I need you to back him off. No rough stuff. Just give him a scare. He owns a newspaper and is getting nosy. I hired some goon, who grabbed him by the neck and body-slammed him, but, that just roused his curiosity even more! He wants to see how I’ve aged. As you can see, I haven’t. He must not know. He painted my portrait. I was his muse. You know the drill.
On January 27, 2014 I got a call from Deputy Sheriff, Dan Mayland, that my Muse, and old girlfriend, Rena Easton – who I had not seen since 1970 – had filed charges in Galliten County Montana – saying I was Stalking her. Rena had written me a four page letter on Christmas Day. She made references to this blog. I do not know how she got my address. I did not know whether she was dead or alive.
After receiving my letter I mailed on January 10th. Rena became alarmed at all or some of the content, and showed it to a un-named person. This person confirmed Rena’s paranoia was spot-on, and she angrily destroyed my letter. In order to own proof I was Stalking her, Rena wrote a copy of my letter, and a copy of the letter she wrote me, and showed it to Dan Mayland. Dan assured me that both letters were written by Rena, and were summoned up by an amazing photographic memory that Ms. Easton owns.
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I posted this Novemeber 17, 2017. Hence, we have heard alot talk about The Love of Beautiful Women – from POTUS! What do we know about the affect of Beautiful Woman on – A MAN? Does it regester as a HARD-ON and a desire to stick his errection in somehting beautiful? Why would a grown man want to rape a fourteen year old girl – that is beautiful? Hope Hicks must be in a position to answer these questions, or, at least take a stab at it, for she surely heard her ex-bosses opinions on beautiful women, she being one.
Was a 2016 phone call about paying off a porn star, or was it about a rumor that Donald Trump had been videotaped with prostitutes? That’s the surprising distinction that may determine whether Hope Hicks, President Donald Trump’s former communications director, lied to the House Judiciary Committee last month. (The infamous rumored tape, of course, has never been shown to exist.)
Hicks took part in an October 8, 2016, phone call with Trump and his former personal lawyer. Michael Cohen. The call, which occurred the day after the release of the infamous “Access Hollywood tape,” came amid a flurry of communications by Cohen that led to his $130,000 payment to pornographic actress Stephanie Clifford, known as Stormy Daniels. As part of a recently unsealed 2018 application for a warrant to search Cohen’s apartment, hotel room, office, and cell phones, an FBI agent implied that the call may have been among the communications by Cohen that “concerned the need to prevent Clifford from going public” before election day with her claim that she’d had sex with Trump in 2006.