Daily Archives: July 3, 2018

Frank talks and tough messages

I found this article in the Guardian too funny all the way through to be able to choose excerpts to quote. Part of me wants to go up to Helsinki and hang out while this is going on, but you … Continue reading

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Trump-Putin Summit

I love this photo! Look at Putin’s expression. What can he be thinking?

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The Texan

The Texan is here with his Ukrainian wife and her parents. They have traveled all over Europe: they have been to Italy, they have been to Greece. Oh, I ask, brightly, does he speak any other languages? Well she speaks … Continue reading

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Why Ocasio-Cortez’s Platform is So Great

This is the title of an article by David Swanson on Counterpunch today. Really. I kid you not. I read that, and read that again, and thought, by David friggin’ Swanson. “Is So Great”. I am a long way from … Continue reading

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Monument to victims of Chernobyl

I liked the design of this monument, for a Christian populace. You can see the figure is splitting an atom. It’s a little cockeyed because I didn’t want to step off the walk. The grass is really covered with dog … Continue reading

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Odessa Holocaust Museum

The Odessa Holocaust Museum is to Holocaust museums as the Odessa Holocaust Memorial is to Holocaust memorials. The entrance is via an alleyway. I stood waiting for the steel door within to open, stepped on something crunchy and looked down … Continue reading

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