Abusers of the Homeless – Daughter Dead

I just realized Alley Valkyrie is Marilyn, the heroine of my play ‘Daughter Dead’ that I began in 1997 a few months after I was homeless. It was a collabertation that ended when Joe said he had no empathy for the homeless. I met him at a anti-shock treatment protest in front of Peace Health. He was in search of something to write about. My opening scene takes place in the ruins of Funland On The Beach in SF. M mounts a broken carosell and goes on a long rant about how she became homeless, that Joe said was too long. She was/is………Alley Valkyrie. I wrote a tune for her in my musical.

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If both books of the Bible are about anything, they are about the abuse of the poor homeless alien among us. Being a theologian I have studied why this is.

I found part of a letter where I lay into my co-author, who after two months of working together on Daughter Dead, he tells me he does not want his writing associated with THE HOMELESS. What did he want? He wanted to suck off my energy and take any genius in my style, and put it in his pile – like Rick Cobian would years later. Joseph Ballatta proved to be a parasite. Most human beings subscribe to a pecking order that begins in the family that is carried into the public domain. The TAKERS – are taking over! We are living in Pirate Cutthroat World.

This paper proves I was not a crazy stalker. I beseech Belle Burch to…

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I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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