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JULY 26, 2009 11:33PM


Amacin grace, how sweat, the sound!  I once was broke but now I've found
'His Excellency Chief James Ibori'
 Looky here--
Dear Sir/Mamada
(yes he called me Mamada...and Michael Rodgers only calls me Love Turnip and Snuff baggy)

We  met at that time in your country during one of my… Read full post »
Amnesty International USA: TAKE ACTION NOW!
Desperate to regain control over a country that has been rocked by recent uprisings and mass protests, the Iranian government has made it clear that they will stop at nothing to restore order.
Urge Iran's leaders not to seek the death penalty for political activists who stood in sRead full post »
JUNE 28, 2009 9:08PM

Call to Action


 The following is from the SOA Watch organization, which is trying to close the School of the Americas (renamed WHINSEC).  Go to for more information on how our government exports torture and blackmail to Latin America, all from Ft. Benning, GA.

House of… Read full post »

The following is from the SOA Watch organization, which is trying to close the School of the Americas (renamed WHINSEC).  Go to for more information on how our government exports torture and blackmail to Latin America, all from Ft. Benning, GA.

House of Representati… Read full post »

On Monday, Jon and Kate held a conference to report that their TLC reality show competitors, the Roloff family of "Little People, Big World," are a scandalous clan.

"Those children are crying for help...and comforters that match the window treatments!" said Kate. 

"The mom on the show---" … Read full post »

I don't know what you're doing this evening, but I am going to a very important meeting at El Torito (not. its. real. name.).

I was invited (by a message in my Spam folder) to go to a meet-up group on the paranormal, 9-11, and alien abductions.  From my back and… Read full post »

JUNE 3, 2009 11:07PM

Do y'all remember what today is?

(music while you read) :)




"It was the third of June, another sleepy, dusty Delta day
I was out choppin' cotton and my brother was balin' hay
And at dinner time we stopped and walked back to the house to eat
And Mama hollered out the back door, 'Y'all remember to… Read full post »

"...When your children ask their fathers in time to come, saying 'What are these stones?' then you shall let your children know..." Joshua 4: 21-22

Years ago my uncles went to Mississippi's Vietnam Veterans Memorial and came back with a picture.  Families of the dead soldiers were asked to send… Read full post »

MAY 23, 2009 11:51AM

Mary Wollstonecraft interviews me

On the Mary Wollstonecraft blog, there is an interview with me up now.  There are tons of interviews that will be up in the coming days.  Men and women have been asked for their views on feminism and discrimination and how these issues have affected their lives. full post »

MAY 15, 2009 6:11PM

Very Annoying Things

1.  You know how like....people?  Will sometimes words in their don't to say and they...pause like and kind wince and it's like.....they're..uh....word constipated?  And they make things… Read full post »

Contact Congress Now!

"At the end of this week, Representative Jim McGovern will reintroduce the Latin America Military Training Review Act! In the 110th Congress, this legislation was known as HR 1707 and for more information about the bill and whether your Member of Congress supported it, che… Read full post »

With all the recent talk of torture (and now with the upcoming parole hearing of an Accessory in my father's murder), I could not resist reposting a little-seen piece I did upon first coming to OS.  Let us not forget our country's responsibility for training and supporting Latin American tortur

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What am I supposed to do?  That woman was so mean to me always yelling and screaming and when I got in the car when I was 12 she smacked her mouth like chewing tobacco and said, "This car went down a lot when you set in it" and "You've got… Read full post »

APRIL 10, 2009 5:52PM

Innerview with Pablo Manreekez

(Pablo Manriquez, drawn by his sister) 
Pablo Manreekez says he's workin on an argument.  I for one don't see why anyone has to work to argue.  It seems to come natural to most folk, like breathing, and if you have to work for it, maybe you shouldn't be doing it. … Read full post »
APRIL 2, 2009 1:58PM

"Dirty" Haiku Thursday again




sweet spot

My lips caress that

sweet spot on your throat, pulsate

with it, taste it.  Feel


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There are many, many awful or offal songs to choose from for this challenge.  These come to mind:


"Good Directions," by Billy Currington



(I had never seen Billy before searching for this on youtube.  Billy is kinda cute.  You know, the longer I see Bi… Read full post »

MARCH 24, 2009 10:37AM

DhArmaBuMmer dOesN't Bum Me!

DharmaBUmmer callS herself a "TreeHugger,"anD When I look at THE treez That Live Near HEr, they seem REAl happy. OnE Look St Dharma and You'd know Why. EveN the WeepINg Willows havE ERECT limbs!!


What can I say? I… Read full post »

MARCH 22, 2009 12:12PM

Trey Montana: The Man, The Myth

Trey Montana 


zab (1) by nanatehay

Trey Montana has not been with us long, but Trey Montana has been with us a lifetime.  He is beyond the normal scope of men.  He is a god.  He is the alpha and omega, as well as the letters in between that I don't know.  He willRead full post »

MARCH 19, 2009 4:47PM

Dirty Haiku Thursday.....


Plunging neckline means

folds of ivory beckon

maybe they'll hire me Read full post »

I was going to write a post about what being part-Irish means to me, but then I realized that it doesn't mean much of anything.  All I can do is ramble and ramble about how there are all these cultural myths (and yes, I  have noticed this about other cultures, too) that… Read full post »

MARCH 13, 2009 11:17AM

Kingpin in Purpled Prose


His pants were the fertile furrows of fields.  They were lines of leanness, like lions in their ferocity. They clung to his hips like a bad dream clings to a waking drunkard.  Like a fart in no wind clings to the guilty. Buckled against his waist, they beckoned. … Read full post »

MARCH 11, 2009 10:52AM

Il'l TaKe My BarbieS aND go HomeE

When I person is a writer they write their whole heart and the holes in their heart and they try real hard real hard.  They expose themself not like that man inthe park (must have been cold out--real cold out or he got shrunk in the dryer ONE WORD: Vigra) and… Read full post »

Around 3AM I posted a 'famous' poem for my favorite poem.  mah's blog made me remember this poem--newer and less famous--that deserves attention.  Of course, feel free to read my last post about another favorite poem, too.


By Pamela Gemin:


I take it all back,
each… Read full post »

MARCH 3, 2009 4:29AM

A poem, for Feathered Thing...

I have too many poems, really, as most of us do.  One rises at this moment, though maybe tomorrow another one would.  My poem is Tulips by Sylvia Plath.


 The tulips are too excitable, it is winter here.
Look how white everything is, how quiet, how snowed-in
I a… Read full post »
FEBRUARY 27, 2009 10:43PM

Will you Marry Me, M. Chariot?

I don't kerr what you drive, I'm in love.  Your tophat stirs the core of my being, like a wicked bout of food poisoning or  a Tom Jones concert.   When you throw in Franch words, like o-WEE, comminikay, and endanger, I fear my heart will melt.  I've even picked up some o… Read full post »