Monthly Archives: August 2013

And Then There Was One

4000 people in the town, and in 5 months, I have failed to make a single friend who would stand by me (even with a different sign) in this.  400 fliers distributed, some posted with permission at the library and … Continue reading

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Nonviolent Protest

The papers disappeared from the library.  I suspect also interception in the churches.  Who knows whether there will be anyone at the demonstration.  There very well may not be a “right to peacefully assemble”, a “freedom of expression”.  Perhaps I … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Syria

1.  Syria has not invaded any country with its politics, although its refugees have spilled over the border. 2.  Why are we putting high value targets into the area (navies), where if they are harmed, we would be inclined to … Continue reading

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“I Have a Dream” in Church

Martin Luther King, Jr. commemorative events tend to bring me into churches.  This weekend, although the “I Have a Dream” speech was not mentioned in the service, I noted some integration in the congregation.  There is a voice in the … Continue reading

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Some Medical Work

I think I will keep the discussion below, virtual.  The actual event should probably be kept to just a short quick picture at the site.  By keeping politics, and racial discussions out of it, we can probably solve a health … Continue reading

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Sentences and Leaks

I’m wondering whether the allegations of chemical weapon use have anything to do with the Manning sentence – that is, a leak might have saved that situation. I guess that whoever did the chemical weapons release wanted to make sure … Continue reading

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MLK and OTC: Dreams

This up-coming weekend is the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have a Dream” speech.   I believe that Congress has pretty much ruined the Immigration Reform Bills that it has considered this year.  An undocumented person would pretty … Continue reading

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