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hope

Dear Reader, Gmorning.  How are you?  I am achy.  Yesterday afternoon at Tower Bridge was great.  I held up my half of a banner that said there’s no flag big enough to cover the shame of torturing people.  I handed out some postcards about closing Guantanamo to passersby.  I was brave. “What that mean?”  someone… Read More »

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shut down Monsanto

This morning we got up hella early to pick up two friends and go to Davis for a shut down Monsanto event.  It was our first time there, so we didn’t know what it would be like.  Monsanto, ironically, is right across the street from a Davis community garden with its beautiful sunflowers.  We got… Read More »

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may garden beds five and six

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cut it loose

Today I went to the dentist.  It’s my home away from home.  I got a crown put on.  It was supposed to take less than half an hour.  It took longer. Today we went to the capital for end hunger day.  We saw my therapist.  She got to meet Ming.  It was fun.  Two hugs.… Read More »

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a maypole and our windbreak at Pena Adobe Park yesterday

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more of Saturday with roses

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bella ciao bella ciao bella ciao ciao ciao

Yesterday by the lake we held hands and sang this song, but a different way and in English. https://www.marxists.org/subject/art/music/lyrics/it/bella-ciao.htm

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ain’t gonna study war no more

This afternoon we peace vigiled at Travis Air Force Base.  I held one side of a banner that said QUESTION AUTHORITY.  Loved it.  No cops or guards bothered us, and tons of people took the fliers our friend M was handing out.  So it was good but very windy.  Then we went to a park… Read More »

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article about this peace walk we helped kick off yesterday

http://www.popularresistance.org/a-walk-to-peace-a-ten-day-130-mile-walk/

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fun with Food Not Bombs

This morning I got an email saying Food Not Bombs really needed volunteers today because three of the loyal four were not going to be there.  Ming had a gardening class to help teach. So I took the bus as close to Loaves & Fishes as I could and walked the rest of the way.… Read More »