Monthly Archives: January 2013

First Funeral, 2013

Forever young never to be a grand father early in your day the work of you is done you were like the heat that never found the sun the shine resting in the diamond the tune up before the song … Continue reading

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under fire

how do I tell them stop shooting they are being shot at “its like sport” hunting each other because they keep hearing that they are worthless so they disconnect from the god within hunted by everybody else no chance of … Continue reading

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Oakland Bratton Venezuela 3.0

Guest Editorial by Jean Damu Was Oakland Police Consultant William Bratton involved in the failed Venezuela coup? And if he was, should Oaklanders be concerned? By Jean Damu Hundreds of Oakland residents turned out recently to voice their opinions about … Continue reading

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