Wednesday, December 31, 2008

not so (continued)

Well, a "team" construction company has installed their tunnel-tubes, but alas! they have been placed end to end in a section of the slough where the water is contained at Monterey Commons and have been covered with earth. The vernal pool of usually-standing water beside the Jewish temple is dry; the pile of plant-covered rubble is razed and can be presumed to have been hurricane debris. A peephole the size of an adult tortoise-hole accepts/discharges water through concrete facing, while a former ditch/slough +/- 10 feet across is now a tunnel. Kingswood Terrace Road remains high and dry, for now.

The water from the St. Lucie River is presumably being tamed with such installations continued in an ongoing fashion. Although the river's flow can enter the slough near St. Lucie Boulevard, the probability that it will do so is lessened with such structures as the retaining-pond dam. The same type of peephole-tunnel runs beneath the short road that turns from Kingswood Terrace Road into the Monterey Commons but no water-flow has been observed through it and there is no standing water in it at the present time (its history may show otherwise). The slough/ditch appears to be a type of moat behind the Vista Pines/Ocean Palms residential complexes.

The front lawn of Ocean Palms retirement community on SE Ocean Boulevard (an apartment complex for the elderly) is sinking and fills with water after most rainstorms now. The premises sports such locally-bizarre public-holiday displays as Santa Claus with sleigh and reindeer amongst the palm trees and other nearby foliage. Ocean Palms is protected by Vista Pines condo complex at its southern boundary, but the moat-like slough behind Vista Pines discourages any thoughts of southward drift while the North Fork of the St. Lucie River surges toward the ocean a few blocks north of SE Ocean Boulevard.

Old folks with metal walkers trudge in and out from automobiles and along the sidewalk -- they are an elder-fabulous site.

A few more letters and...

...you're in California.

From time to time I receive sweepstakes offers through the mail, and regard them with some suspicion since small-company capital reserves can be targeted by insistent anti-capitalism foes asserting 'freedom of speech' and therefore "funds" are redirected and released as potential sweepstakes winnings instead.

A portion of the sweepstakes mail comes now routinely from Hicksville, NY -- a name new to the mapping industry and somewhat perilously close to the name 'Hinckley' in spelling. Most recently, a by-mail form was sent in to acknowledge a $25,000 giveaway conducted by Liberty Cash Awards, with sponsor listed as 'Belmo Sales' on Cantiague Road.

The name 'Belmo' can be found at both http://www.barnesandnoble.com/ and http://www.amazon.com/, with some Internet keyword help, as the nom de plume of an author of some rock-and-roll paperbacks. 'Belmo Sales' is also listed with a link to a New York daily newspaper with an article that describes a court action against the company in 1995 as a result from its giveaways.

That some populations cling to the 'Belmo' tag as a possible linguistic doorway to balmy coastal northern California is probable. The actual company name is now Modern Handbag and Novelty Company, Incorporated, changed from Modern Leather Novelty Company; 'Belmo Sales' appears to demonstrate a wish to distribute royalty payments in particular ways and/or to continue authorship endeavors and maybe award winnings so as unload Belmo books in a predictable and orderly way such as textbook re-designation.

Logically, perhaps we are all really wanted to support a demand to order Belmo into the penitentiary system so as to author a book about John Hinckley who shot at a Presidential version of performer John Lennon, as a hoped-for "Why don't you..." kind of response to the mailings. Such a scenario would require that Belmo be granted access to the prison and prisoner to conduct an interview with Hinckley and also schedule interviews with fellow prisoners and others outside the prison setting. Belmo is perhaps pressed to provide legal fees for Hinckley that might secure his release after personal testimony, as a measure of good faith that authored books demonstrate a real interest in music discipline.

Amazon Books offers three Internet reviews of Belmo books that describe them in unprofessional terms, which means that Belmo quite probably has been selected solely as a use of the mental association with the name 'Belmont' -- perhaps even as an allusion to eroding shorelines which should be documented within some kind of scholarly compilation. Why Belmo is instead engaged with a company giveaway operation is anyone's guess, other than the fact that some of us receiving the sweepstakes literature want funds to support our own literary efforts.

That aging lighthouses have been restored is celebrated; that aging bells rust freely in the elements in various places as possible respectable future restoration work is quite possibly another reason why the Belmo tag is again handed into mailboxes.

{See www.edward.de.leau.net/who-killed-John-Lennon-20081228.html.}

Monday, December 29, 2008

you might hate this, but...http://More children like Baby P at risk due to soaring court fees-mirror_co_uk.mht

As an employee of Far West Laboratory for Educational Research and Development in San Francisco, CA, in the late 1970s, attempts to meet with specific people to write up some kind of statement about a mental-set of palm-trees that caused focused population trajectories towards one 'special' palm-tree in Golden Gate Park were interjected with appearances of an authentic Siamese cat named 'Pearl' -- also known as 'Baby P' as a result from her nasty temper and definite preference for Siamese-breed males. She gave birth to more than a handful of beautiful blue-eyed kittens.

See also http://Baby P case 'scares social worker recruits'-mirror_co_uk.mht.

See also past entry describing anti-terrorism recruitment ad/notice.

Saturday, December 27, 2008

what a coincidence

Today's http://www.wesb.com/ website describes an accident in James City, PA, which is in Jones TownSHIP -- 'No One Hurt in Jones Township Accident'.

As previously reported, an archaeological site in McKean County, PA, remains without investigation within the village of Degolia. Although some attempts have been made in the past (1960s to present time) to arrange conferences or meetings that would counter arguments that a 'Smith'-lettered limestone roadside-rest/monument was already written up in historical records, such notions were considered to be less worthy of professional attention than the fact that an international tribal treaty had been violated when the construction of the Kinzua Dam destroyed the Kinzua Valley to form the Allegheny Reservoir pool that floods both NY and PA state lands near Warren, PA. A cemetery at the state line remains a cliffhanger at the edge of the reservoir.

Many places were considered to schedule conferences about both Degolia site and treaty violation, but the interference from bookmaking interests has been so constant that no formal gatherings could be arranged. Because many townships also have meeting halls used to host weddings and other events, Jones Township in Pennsylvania numbered among places that might yet host a conference about the two issues.

However, as a ghastly misconception of plans and hall-use opportunities, a 'special' mental-set of worldwide historical palm-trees (viewable as images preserved within the archaeological site's oracle-bead chronicle content-imagery) was used as impetus to both form the Peoples Temple congregation in San Francisco, CA (locale where one 'special' palm-tree is observable in Golden Gate Park) and to arrange travel to Jonestown in South American environs where travellers were reported in mass media to have been poisoned during drinking water use (which might include verbal abuse) as well as made subjects of machine-gun discharges..

The difference between PA regional population intent and telephone demand-call influence-network results happening in Guyana, South America, is so mind-boggling and improbable that description of the horrifying 'snafu' has been almost nonforthcoming. 'PA' as an acronymn and abbreviation for the state word 'Pennsylvania' can also be applied to mean 'Palo Alto' in the state of California (where some McKean County families such as Knott also have property).

Friday, December 26, 2008

to all appearances...

What is reported to be a giant Ponzi Scheme has been a journalistic topic in the press these past weeks, with such headlines as Topix.net's 'Madoff investor found dead of possible suicide'.

The Stuart News reports 12/25/2008 that 'Lohman Funeral Homes decide to Expand', who "...employs 100 people..12 cemeteries and funeral homes, including a pet cemetery". How ironic, after the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy resulting from mob-control expansion, that a business with a similar name is also acquiescing to an expansion strategy perhaps as a planned diversion of interest. The efforts of Europe's United Kingdom to avenge the bombing of London apparently remain unchecked, resulting from an inquisition strategy focused upon every Germanic name found in the U. S. A..

Sad to say, the pooled misconceptions of a call-demand influence network about efforts to schedule an archaeological investigation of a very small site in Degolia, PA (northwestern Pennsylvania's Allegheny Mountains) appear to have led such people as 'Abramoff' (variation of a family name who has residence near the site) and 'Madoff' (how to 'tip' a limestone roadside-rest/monument in Degolia so as to contain a tiny oracle-bead discovered beneath it, between base and ground) astray within sociopolitical realms largely disassociated from archaeological realities. Members of the 'Lehman' family also reside in the McKean County, PA, locale where the archaeological discovery should be documented.

Here near Kingswood condo complex in northeastern Stuart, FL, as excavation crew prepares to install new tunnels beneath caving roadways along Kingswood Terrace Road, there is also a focus of attention upon a large pile of 'rubble' near the Jewish temple. To the casual onlooker, this 'rubble' might be hurricane rubble, or might be a buried pyramid when partially-buried lawn crypts in county cemeteries are used as visual reference, together with visual data already disseminated from other buried-pyramid sites throughout sub/tropical America. The 'rubble' and its possibilities can be argued to be contribution to traffic-related mortality rates in the region. Waterstream flow that dissolves limestone is inexorable in the area and extends from one 'Fork'/branch of the St. Lucie River to the other, controlled with a system of ditches, canals and retaining ponds.

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

iPads

The Kingswood condo complex in Stuart, FL, is home to a few varieties of cactus plants -- most (of course) non-spiny but others growing 'needles' a few inches long.

The green pads often fall off the plants to lay in the sand, where they become stiff and brown. Some people harvest cactus pads for personal use; others direct them into markets. Nopali cactus pads can be found cut up and canned, as well.

To offset the possibility that "shoot-'em-ups" are a demonstration of gastrointestinal disorder among populations displaced from Arizona, Texas and other southwestern states as a result of 'winterers' moving into the Deep South, one such cactus pad was removed from the Kingswood private property domain and placed on the fence at the end of Kingswood Terrace Road. Of course young families are always on the lookout for freebies anyway, with or without peril.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

ver-rry interesting

Last night Palm Beach television broadcasters showed a 'Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League' operation, where severely injured (intentionally or not) animals are given some relief and repair. Those that die anyway go....where?

Today's NetZero home page features 'Gadget turns iPod, iPhone into a breathalyzer', "David Steele Enterprises...iBreath...users test their own blood alcohol content". In their own special way that some business-domain populations have, energy is concentrated on making new products whenever an accurate account of missing/dead persons cannot be wrung or terrorized from a constituency.

Monday, December 22, 2008

information at the fingertips

Full-color copies of 'Home & Land of Florida's Treasure Coast' were found in a newsrack located on St. Lucie Boulevard near the Martin County Golf Course (www.homesandland.com).

One non-numbered page features a full-page notice/ad for 'Adams Homes'. Among "Top Ten Reasons to Buy an Adams Home" include "...We own our own lots!...[and]...No toe nails in the carpet!..." Also, "*Must use preferred lender...Prices and availability subject to change without notice..." (www.AdamsHomes.com).

With closure claimed in public journalism for both the Adam Walsh disappearance and the death of a regional 'Adam' in Iraq, it's a wonder how many other Adams have been affected with the name-use tag.

Sunday, December 21, 2008

more observable 're-novation' plans

A John Deere backhoe and some large perhaps future water-tunnel components sit on the ground beside Kingswood Terrace Road near under-road slough caving in from the effects of pressure on the overlying earth and asphalt at various underflow places.

Along the sandy trail beside the retaining pond, a weathered wooden beam embedded in the sand now features an array of short sticks propped as if future faggots along the length of the hurricane-time piece of wood, that might be set afire as a conflagration warning the creatures habitually using the area that a major dig will soon commence. A slightly dirty black knit tank-top also was seen coiled in the sand; and two piles of sliced white, seeded bread on the ground enticed aquatic wildlife near the small pond's overflow-dam.

A Budweiser bottle was also found along Kingswood Terrace Road, and placed in a recycling bin within the condo complex, along with a plastic beverage bottle and a flattened aluminum drink can.

Saturday, December 20, 2008

cement-blocked river

An area beneath the bridge which spans the St. Lucie River is mapped as 'Steele Point', with what seems to be entryway off St. Lucie Boulevard south at intersection with SE Ocean Boulevard in East Stuart, FL. It is not clear whether this is a present or future parklands area; the entry/exit way is distinguished with upright wooden barrier posts that definitely block vehicle use, but that can permit slim people to enter. That entry/exitway also appears to lead into grassy private property adjacent to a large villa.

The 'Missing Person' sign remains affixed to a traffic pole years now, on Sewall's Point Road north at the intersection with Ocean Boulevard/Highway A1A. A young dead bird removed from the roadway many months ago remains where placed at the side of the roadway, now feathers and skull/bones, across from the plaza located at that intersection.

The concern is, of course, whether people who are/have been missing are presumed to have trespassed or are inexperienced and so have simply become local folklore of the 'Davy Jones locker' variety. Prepaid postcards and/or other forms should be available in public places such as libraries or post offices to report about persons who are actually and continuously missing, in-cluding data intake about inaccurate missing-persons reports and/or discoveries.

'Steele Point', as example, juts out into the St. Lucie River and might be an easy place to lose someone -- especially now since the constant activities of builders and builder appetites affect the balance of nature along the riverbank so near to both lagoon and Atlantic Ocean.

Friday, December 19, 2008

look, the river!

Today was a bridgewalk day, and a number of photos were made. The streetlamps on the bridges have fluted metal columns that hum with their own special sound during wind and vehicular turbulence interaction.

Another broken Budweiser bottle encountered on the south-side walkway, bridge over St. Lucie River (Okeechobee Waterway). A number of bicyclists prefer to use the walkway rather than join the vehicular traffic (same as users of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, CA, although one side of that bridge was designated bikes-only).

Upon reaching Sewall's Point, entry to the north side of the bridge over the Indian River Lagoon also gave access to a walkway/vehicle lanes leading to the "western island", where a few picnic tables and some rusting grills signal some kind of rest stop. There, a police officer in a police cruiser was conducting surveillance of the traffic moving over that longer bridge. Within the lagoon shallows were observed some small fish schooling, and also a ray accompanied by a small billfish. Suddenly, a man began playing bagpipes near a parked small SUV and the police cruiser. How un-Floridian is that? Not quite a full-size island but rather an isle, photos taken of rusting metal objects on shore and in use on land were quickly made. The bases of the streetlamps were seen to be embedded in concrete that jut boxlike from the decks of the spans.

While returning to Stuart via the north sides of the two bridges, a 'missing person' poster was again seen as placed on a traffic-button pole during years past, showing a headshot of a young red-haired teen/woman -- whether she is still missing or not is not known. The return walk to the mainland encountered a large empty Timberline Cypress Mulch plastic bag, a piece of worn cardboard box with drops and dribbles of a brownish-red substance on it, a 'Miss Vickie's hand-picked jalapeno pepper' potato-chip bag, more brown Budweiser bottle fragments, a 'Trim Rite Auto Trim and Accessories' business card, a shattered/flattened cheap clear-plastic party cup, and half-part of a white styrofoam grocery tray. In the deck roadway at the end of the bridge where it connects with St. Lucie Boulevard and SE Ocean Boulevard, a lone and worn black rubberoid-handled screwdriver lay in the bike lane, together with a short length of rusted metal picture-wire. A single penny also lay on the walkway over the river.

The penny remained where it lay, while the other items were gathered up (as if there especially for me) in the mulch bag and were deposited in a dumpster near the Kingswood condo complex entry/exitway. Crows flocked near the lagoon, and perched on the streetlamps.

the sharkfinder code: becoming a better version of yourself

Yesterday's hike around the Witham Airport area in Stuart, FL, also encountered pennies dropped on the sidewalk where Old St. Lucie Road becomes Indian Street -- no random occurrence to anyone living in San Francisco, CA, after the earthquake of 1989 where pennies would be found in the middle of streets run over time and time again by vehicular traffic until defaced and rough -- that in a city that boasts both an Old historic Mint and operational United States Mint buildings.

In the 1950s, glass Lincoln banks were manufactured and predictably contained the household pennies. 'What would Jesus do?' queries among contemporary religious-dialogue addicts in part refer to dodge-or-smash possibilities nearby such banks.

Again, as after a previous armadillo death just outside the Kingswood condominium complex, ants are on the prowl -- bigger ants are entering the condo unit, whereas before the small, young ants could be found scavenging in garbage pail and their volcano-like sand-piled anthills continue to dominate some portions of the lawn area.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

evidence of a strategy

Today was a fine day for a hike down (southward) St. Lucie Boulevard to Old St. Lucie Road with some time walking along Dixie Highway here in Martin County.

First discovery -- the largeish black SUV that almost took my face off mere days ago while I was standing on a center roadway median waiting to cross when the lane was clear (there was no crosswalk, and it was obvious that the driver felt 'allowed' to intimidate me by choosing the closest not the farthest of the two southbound lanes when turning onto the roadway from a connecting road). This SUV was the only vehicle parked in a Martin County golf course parking lot on St. Lucie Boulevard that was backed in to park facing the lot's driving lane which meant that its one back-bumper license plate could not be viewed from the road.

Next discovery -- two more green Heineken bottles near what was once an animal tunnel become (another) cement drain very near the river. One bottle was artfully smashed around the tunnel entry/exit beside the sidewalk where the Boulevard becomes the Old ...Road; the other rolled hither and yon on the sidewalk proper. That the previously described now-stenching dead armadillo was being intimidated forward and backward in the district accounts for the ghastly demise, and remains not fit for a tortilla.


A very large flock of crows and starlings was situated at about the midpoint of the Old...Road, which suddenly changes name to 'Indian Street' where a turn-off leads through some impressive banyan trees (both sides of the road) to Sandsprit Park.

Dixie Highway, east side, features a ditchlike slough that has some rusting old-timey pipelines extended over the marshy water -- probably more rusted than expected since the hurricanes and Tropical Storm Fay flooded the locale. There is Witham Airport and a Plastisteel company, as well as a small plaza that includes 'Mathers Engineering' offices. Flashback to Bradford Township in McKean County, PA, where a shorter rusted delivery-pipe with similar conditions was found across the road from the Forest Oil Company offices on High Street Extension a few years ago -- similar because extending over a water-stream ditch, but with a gaping hole that sent water elsewhere during snowmelt and rainstorms at the intersection with Rutherford Road comingling with Rutherford Run. Members of the Mathers family resided in nearby Degolia, PA.

It's entirely possible that a backpacker found dead years ago on a trail near Palm Beach International Airport should have been instead hiking the sandy trail through Witham Airport in Stuart, FL.

Some kind of 'Filidelphia' group was preparing to accommodate an event within a large tent situated near the Martin County Fairgrounds.

go figger

Another electronic update from the Alliance Francaise in San Francisco, CA, describes "an Exclusive Exposition...being internationally acclaimed Master Artist Blagojce...'Art Doesn't Know Boundaries'..." upcoming plus "new artwork by Tamer Youssef...'Le Monde de Caricature de Tamer Youssef2'..."

How such upcoming art exhibit activity may have contributed to journalistic headlines describing "disgraced IL governor Rod Blagojevich" and recent accounts of an Iraqi throwing a shoe at President Bush is anyone's conjecture (e.g., perhaps even traceable to the sociopolitical significance of the small town of Mt. Jewett in Pennsylvania).

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

the 'can't say no' crowd

The world's first oil refinery is in historical records as being built in what is now Mckean County. PA, within one of the planet's most unusual watersheds -- the Tun'a Creek flows northward and upward along the region's mountainsides (the Allegheny Mountain range).

In the 1950s/60s, the 'Loyal Order of the Rainbow' was formed in that PA/NY watershed region, and primarily recruited girls (the 'Rainbow Girls') who had relatives working in the oil industry, with intent to serve that population exclusively. Because the oil industry prevents volcanoes as a fundamental and historical raison d'etre, girls could not easily decline membership unless they could state "other obligations" and were continuously castigated with demand-calls if they would not join after formal printed invitations were mailed out.

The appearance of the 'chosen' girls was a clue to the somewhat humorous origins of the group concept, being girls born with black hair that changed color to reddish-brown when exposed to sunlight -- the same as does oil when it seeps to the surface of the ground and is changed by the heat of direct sunlight and oxygen exposure. Therefore, ambivalent feelings about the selective recruitment and 'loyal order' were and are necessary, especially since the oil industry has its own special and possible dangers.

Speculation about the recruitment of young boys to become 'Rainbow Boys' has apparently been shelved in favor of a 'Rainbow Women' organization -- a reorientation perhaps necessary after the abduction and death of six-year-old, red-haired Adam Walsh in Hollywood, FL. It is entirely possible that the disappearance of toddler Caylee Anthony is also linked with the Loyal Order of the Rainbow. Both surnames are also found within the San Francisco, CA, watershed region where a 'special' historical palm tree was transplanted to Golden Gate Park from Pacific Island environs more than a century ago. In the state of Florida, palm trees grow and propagate naturally and are found both inland and along water-stream shorelines, although continuous and heavy traffic flow (fueled by the oil industry) has a negative effect upon palm-seed germination (such motorist population no doubt favoring the dead nut).

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

oh WOW

o Last night I clicked on the Palm Beach County, FL, website as directed within one of their ads published in the Palm Beach Post newspaper, seeking their thrift-store listings. Naively, I thought that the Thrift Store section would list all the available books for sale in their stocks. Not so.

However, today the Internet news has listed a report about an earthquake in South Carolina. Two years ago, I received a telephone call from a SC area code after relaying information to a Palm Beach TV station tipline about the lack of safe sidewalk access into plazas in this Martin County area (there are crosswalks within the plaza parking lots, but no pathways from streetside sidewalks into the plazas). Has an occult network of cheerleaders rattled SC, using south FL TV contact and Internet use information as reference? Stay tuned.

o Not another suicide bombing -- thanks to an iPod internal memory and e-mail capability? The Internet journalism has also today described old dynamite found in a Paris, France, department store today -- days after comment was made to Blogger.com Blogspot website about a dead person found under a tree near miles of mid-road barriers outside Palm Beach, FL.

Monday, December 15, 2008

tea and tot-moms

This month's Topix.net website describes 'Website of the Week: Reel Sassy' as Stuart, FL, news -- i.e., a new clothing store opening just before possible remains of missing toddler Caylee Anthony were found near her home in Orlando ('Anthony's" is the name of a number of womenswear stores in FL).

The America's Most Wanted http://www.amw.com/ website describes a missing mom in Hawaii who has 'Sassy' tattooed on her ankle. A woman named Corrie Anderson, another missing mom, was last seen in Jamestown, NY. There is an overall pattern of missing moms that involves them parking and leaving a vehicle near/in a wooded area, then 'disappearing'.

Friday, December 12, 2008

another horrible fate

About two hours ago, another cruel and impulsive (or perhaps simply careless) armadillo death was evident in front of the Kingswood condo complex on SE Ocean Boulevard in Stuart, FL. A previous dead animal had apparently bounced and was split open from from breast to groin while still alive; tonight's armadillo was the same size, a healthy animal collapsed and then crushed with a moving-vehicle tire.

Removal of the carcass was a gruesome task, leaving small chunks of the internal organs on the roadway and dropped on the sidewalk while carrying the flattened animal using a plastic shopping bag from one of the nearby stores.

Armadillos will watch people at a distance, and are quite toothy. The possibility that some people are networking to deliberately encounter and kill the creatures should be some cause for concern.

But yay, the bucket with the line-drawing printed on it is gone.

product blab

o With a visit by a cancer patient in mind, a regular household sponge was soaked with liquid bleach to control condominium bathroom flora and fauna; however, leaving the sponge in place during a time period of weeks caused the dyed-purple sponge to deteriorate in an alarming way while the flora and fauna simply appeared less healthy.

o Pringle's-brand potato crisps have dealt us a new deal with their cardboard-tube containers with plastic lids that no longer snap onto the bottom of the container in the same way that they snap onto the top -- a new and different feature that presumably shaves the metal-use index during the manufacturing process (same as elimination of motor-vehicle front license plates -- same influence network operation).

o And Yay, from the state of Georgia (USA) have come cinnamon-twig brooms for the holidays, with an aroma that permeates plastic wrapping -- just perfect for that special place where the condo lookout lizard hangs out.

o  Continued from www.topix.net Stuart FL forum entry:  below, unfolded cardboard in package that holds Panasonic Toughbook [time-date stamp wrong]


Thursday, December 11, 2008

an evil match

To some people this entry is predictable.

o Today's electronic update issued from the Archaeological Institute of America asserts that although the Marriott Hotel in Philadelphia, PA, is completely booked for the 110th annual meeting, the Loew's Hotel will be accepting reservations especially for AIA/APA (American Philological Association) until December 25, 2008.

On December 1, Internet journalism (specifically Topix.net) posted the report about a man who "jumped" from Loew's Hotel and "...for two hours..the body lay where it fell in the middle of a Center City sidewalk ...gruesome sight..." (Philadelphia Inquirer, philly.com).

o The Alliance Francaise electronic update informs that "CANCELLED: InterFrance Informative Electoral Forum", after a report was published that cross-dressing robbers took jewelry from Harry Winston's in Paris, France. Other published photos from France and from at least one Blogger.com blogspot showed dozens of posters on buildings featuring a headshot of the current French President described as 'SarkObama'.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

mo' better or for worse finds

Two nights ago, a tow-truck was observed to be pulling a small black SUV from the Kingswood condo complex, leaving through the SE Ocean Blvd exit/entrance (around midnight). The SUV has been returned to parking space a short distance from exit/entry to/from Kingswood Terrace Road, bearing FL license plate.

A Behr company container, bearing the line drawing of a 'baby over a bucket', has been observed to be set outside a shed near the Ocean Palms neighboring retirement complex within Kingswood condo complex grounds. Such containers can be alleged to be an influence affecting children such that drowning deaths become predictable.

A red plastic disposable lighter was observed last night lying in the bicycle lane outside Kingswood condo complex on SE Ocean Boulevard. As previously reported to FBI and elsewhere, that is a pattern also observed on Stanyan Street near Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, CA; a law-enforcement website lists the death of a young 'Harvey' woman who was set afire in southern CA (some Harveys addressed near Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, CA).

As is usual in the area, last night two toads were observed on the asphalt roadway within the Kingswood complex; some are living, others are lifelike shed skins of both toads and frogs. One of the toads was dead (the larger one), its tongue/mouthparts smashed onto the pavement as if from the pressure of a vehicle passing overhead; the other smaller toad was barely alive and was removed then placed within a yellow caution-zone section of the warm asphalt roadway (near slough, retaining pond and Kingswood Terrace Road). Recent television broadcasts have shown a visual account of dogs being hit and killed in traffic, with one dog dragging his dead fellow from the busy roadway; one broadcast account also described a man who was immobilized in the path of motor vehicle flow.

And, Yay! The addition of grassy-turf overlay upon filled gulleys beside Kingswood Terrace Road makes a perfect repair of the eroding slough-side hazards.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

finally

The retaining pond alongside Kingswood Terrace Road in Stuart, FL, , recently drained and searched, is fenced off from the road. Until recently, what appeared to be cement-lined troughs carried rain-water into the pond from the road at various points beneath the chain-link fence, including water from overflowing slough on the other side of the road.

Actually, there is reason to believe that the troughs were at one time tunnels made by gopher tortoises. Recently, more chain-link patching was applied to block small-animal passage through the troughs. Tortoises (and other creatures) then began living in fear, causing erosion when dragging themselves from the sluggish water of the slough towards troughs that have been sealed off; the chemistry of fear produces gulleys in the soil leading from the ditch-like water-stream that connects with the retaining pond at the end of the road.

During past weeks, yellow blinking night-time signal lights warned about three such gulleys of crumbling soil that connected directly to the murky waters of the slough, extending almost to the roadway where elderly condo complex residents drive their cars, ride their bikes, or occasionally walk along Kingswood Terrace Road.

Last night, it was a relief to see that the gulleys have been filled in with soil and smoothed over using some kind of equipment.

Monday, December 8, 2008

what the Seminoles aren't doing

o A few quick walks within and around Kingswood condo complex revealed a recurring black snake visitor; a 'burrito butt' abandoned in the bicycle lane on SE Ocean Boulevard near the St. Lucie River; and a lengthy pile of plants debris about three feet high piled along St. Lucie Boulevard beside the slough quite specifically, blocking the view from traffic passing by. More berries were swept from the sidewalk near the Ocean Boulevard entrance and dumped into the slough; some attempts have been made to study the numerous berries (some red, some purple clusters), but they have no taste albeit some nutritional value. The plan is to include them in pancake mix preparation anyway.

o The nearby supermarket still has Gibble's Potato Chips in stock, even after the name change (from Stuart Fine Foods to Milam's). The chips are fried in lard, and the bag tells us that the product is "manufactured by Martin's Famous Pastry Shoppe, Inc. ...Potato Roll Lane, Chambersburg, PA..." -- perhaps some sort of payback using the history of Seminoles who were said to have handed out a pig to early white settlers in South Florida.

o Whoa -- the Flashes Shopping Guide dated 11/5/2008 lists an ad/notice: 'BODYGUARDS - COUNTER Assault Teams! Needed/USA & Overseas...18 and older http://www.international-executives.net/". (The same magazine also printed a photo of a young woman with a 'Happy Birthday' message.) It's a wonder whether this recruitment effort is in some way related to the recent melee in India, where a sauna on-fire was reported (in the Internet) to be the impetus for a number of para/military actions near the Taj Mahal landmark.

Saturday, December 6, 2008

how the state of Florida is not a vast open-air carnival

I took time to watch Barack Obama speak with David Letterman during 'The Tonight Show' last night around midnight, and I was very glad that I did so. Quite a number of well-adapted young people are being shot in South Florida -- including a high school football player -- as well as other incident-types such as sudden bee-stinging masses, perhaps predictably after McDonald's restaurants began issuing honey in little plastic packets concurrent with what scientists call "colony collapse disorder" with regard to Africanized honeybees in the region.

With Obama's voice firmly and electronically relayed into my mind, I took a walk to Cedar Pointe Plaza to check out the newpaper racks and find a Palm Beach Post newspaper. Now thoughts predominate about the identity of the mummified baby boy found in a suitcase locked away in a self-storage facility in Delray Beach; whether the jewelry robbers in Paris, France, were the men-dressed-as-women seen near Stuart Fine Foods - become - Milam's two years ago; and if the Antique Show scheduled to continue and end in a matter of hours at the Martin County Fairgrounds will be unduly crowded as fair-goers try to enter free-of-charge before 11:00 a.m..

Friday, December 5, 2008

unusual blurb

The Alliance Francaise of San Francisco, CA, has opted to send here monthly issues of their online newsletter; a one-click reading of one online newsletter example has apparently generated a continuous link to my Internet e-mail address.

Yesterday's unusual blurb solicits "old French books" to send to students in Haiti. The website is listed as www.afsf.com, where more details are available. Presumably, the request would have been made with or without the recent school collapse on the Caribbean island. No specific titles are stipulated as more appropriate than any other.

Thursday, December 4, 2008

the season to be bilked

Department-store 'Gift Cards' have never been a controversial issue to the vast majority of national populations -- either stores offer them or they don't.

In the past and to some extent in the present time, however, companies demonstrate angst about gift-card programs which have been demanded as a use of influence-networking and often-aggressive network polling strategies, giving us programs that tell us "...if this card is not used for 24 consecutive months, a service fee of $1.00 per month will be deducted from your balance until the card is used or depleted." -- a stipulation which actually describes the physiological effects of aggressive telephone/other call-demand strategies which deplete respondent/subject health and monopolize company time as well, often with personnel 'plants'.

As a result from e-mail query made to Sears this week, as example, about balance remaining with regard to two gift cards in my possession, a reply e-mail claims that my request is "unclear". Older gift cards have numbering sequences which have been discontinued or do not use ID or PIN identifiers, and can be categorically claimed to be invalid when companies are queried. Although residing in the state of FL, with past gift-card use in CA, applicable laws with regard to gift-card redemption remain obscurely enforced as a result from the demand-call strategies which so offensively demand new programs from companies, and then routinely demand other influence-networking results when customers are "satisfied".

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

arranged encounters of the undissuadeable kind

After European Germany bombed London in neighboring United Kingdom during a World War, certain phenomena have continued as written up in school textbook accounts using the term "arranged marriage" -- with a new dimension, however, added when German populations historically settled within Pennsylvania were easily targeted (as change from 'focused' upon) from states such as New York. Marriages routinely arranged to accommodate "secret admirers" or negotiate cultural access to "have and to hold" were additionally affected with the apparent need of German-surname brides and grooms to more specifically wed people who knew them well and would definitely protect them, as personal qualities separate from "love match" phenomena.

Gun-holders active within primarily rural/forested regions were additionally pressured to carry out some revenge wishes, generating new versions of sainthood, in addition to roles monitoring the tendencies of populations to 'make their own way' in life near factory and other business-land holdings subject to the laws of supply and demand plus environmental flux. As a result from all such sociopolitical interplay, my first encounter with a potential assassin came when I was walking to a Scouts of America meeting in Bradford, PA, without first telephoning the troop leader to announce my intent to go over to the assigned house to ask some questions. The encounter was ruled entirely valid because bears sometimes appeared at the edge of the city in that neighborhood near city parklands, to run in and grab a dead rat or other carcass.

From place to place and destination to destination, the same-type sudden movement through the atmosphere continues to signal the fact of a gun-holder ready to fire or hand off a gun to some other willing person whereever large wildlife is known to appear, with the additional attitudinal factor of snap judgments about temporal human movements and activities.

As previously recounted, sitting crows lined themselves up on telephone lines near the Florida Street canal here in Stuart, FL, a few days ago near a booth-type construction which has appeared in front of the neighborhood pantry on 10th Street. Since regional newspaper journalism provides accounts of people 'lost' in canals during time periods ranging from days to years after the fact, with scant public notification, perhaps such a set-up will be a timely checkpoint from which such losses can be reported and systematic, successful canal searches undertaken in a timely manner so as to dissuade gunplay during perhaps unduly longtime emotional turmoil. Flocks of crows are known to be a signal that a drowning victim is surfacing nearby.

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

a plan for us all

The nearest FL supermarket to Kingswood condo complex In Stuart (Milam's) is observed to be compliant with the new law that went into effect this past October 2008, that all meat packages be labeled with the country of origin.

The Internet prepared us for such change, presenting articles such as '$50 million to kill 500,000 pigs...' from Canada's Edmontonsun.com website, telling us that pigs "...are to be destroyed at slaughter plants and on pig farms..." (as different from the 'jpg' term used to describe the possibly zillions of downloadable photo images cramming some websites). This article was published after journalism also presented an account of a Canadian ski championship that delivered prize money to the winner.

Indeed, pork roasts offered with a 'special' price advertised in the weekly color print-ads are identified as products of Canada, with that 'special' pinkish blood that signals the compromised health of animals deemed legal future-kills.

Also following the afore-mentioned specific planned pig-kill article (said "federal government" action perhaps recruiting 'Bradford' extended-family members specifically), were the published accounts of a beheading incident during a passenger-bus ride in Canada, when one passenger's head was reported to have been completely torn off by another passenger riding in the same bus (indicating compromised-space issues that eventually and completely disable some people, sometimes with violent force). We must worry and wonder whether some over-practiced pig-killer was given a seat on a public transportation vehicle -- a reaction also necessary when viewing published accounts of be-heading victims found from time to time in Central America, where necessary space is a day-to-day concern.

The "opposition forces" described in journalism as led by 'religious clerics' in some conflict-ridden EurAsian nations can also be attributed to space and movement constraints, since clerical work requires long periods of sitting during analysis and write-up taskwork.

Monday, December 1, 2008

basic pad-form palm

o 'Monster homes' newly built along the St. Lucie River between SE Ocean Boulevard and Old St. Lucie Road are causing ground slump, with some sinking and cracking of their new neighbors' driveways such that the owners of the older more genteel buildings are offering those for sale. It's a wonder whether the slump and sinking might eventually invite a rush of river water over the riverbanks towards the roadway, as another future possible catastrophe.

o The sounds of masses of insects chirping in south Florida during the warm winter months have been imitated with the manufacture of metal 'jingle bells' (not to cause a panic or pest-control over-reaction).

o One type of tree here in the Kingswood condo complex drops two-foot 'twigs' from the main tree branches that produce clusters of berries along those stem lengths. When the stems lay on the ground awhile, they flatten as they dry out such that the stem can be ascertained to be the inspiration for guitar-necks, with dried-berry frets.

o After dumping smashed and intact berries into the slough that soaks a ditchlike river 'pocket' beneath St. Lucie Boulevard, swept from entry roadway and front sidewalk of the condo complex yesterday, TV journalism tells us today that a dead man has surfaced from a canal in a different region of FL. The first time I did this two years ago, a human leg surfaced from a PA river -- the fish are just that interested in a berry tasty treat.

o A broken green Heineken bottle was swept from the crosswalk near the intersection of SE Ocean Boulevard and St. Lucie Boulevard, also near the bridge entrance spanning the river itself -- one of two such bottles abandoned in the immediate area, the other carefully placed near a piece of fabric lying beneath shrubbery during at least two past years now, near Monterey Commons Boulevard (which is really and more appropriately a 'Place').

o Finally, a walk to the new United States Post Office on Johnson Street near Florida Street intersection is easily made from 10th Street (unless a wooden, sometimes watersogged boardwalk collapses into an always water-filled ditch, as two signs warn), where a large flock of crows exerted presence near Florida and Bayou Streets; there is also a canal with wading birds searching for food.

More bizarrely, a small yellow plastic 'hand' was observed alongside the road and near railroad tracks at the intersection of Florida Street with Dixie Highway (as different from Dixie Avenue, also nearby, off 10th Street -- 'scuse me, Dixie Lane as mapped) as if [also] carefully placed, and a mental flashback was made to a shrew removal encounter near St. Luke's Hospital in San Francisco, CA, at the Stanyan Street entrance to Golden Gate Park; the shrew was dead and lying in the street on the downslope, and as the small carcass was being removed a classic Chowchillan coasted his vehicle to witness the action, whereupon a small handlike paw was necessarily left on the asphalt so the carrier could avoid being hit. (The hospital does have a psychiatric ward.)

Need I mention a common small Leopard Frog torn with white flesh exposed in the middle of Kingswood Terrace Road?

Saturday, November 29, 2008

name-use schemes - the "10 years after" deaths

Yesterday's Martin County, FL edition of the 'Hometown News' gives page A2 obituaries that show the names of age-65+ decedents all born in the same general northeastern Canada-New York-New Jersey region, one the afore-mentioned elections-department manager televised using Palm Beach TV station broadcast not a long time ago. The listing reports the latter as having died in hospice -- certainly a sudden change from Martin County employment and celebrity status.

Each of the four decedents bears one or both family names ('first' and surnames) that match in some way or another family names of basketball team members from McKean County, PA, who won a District Nine Championship Title from Pennsylvania decades ago.

Two years ago (the autumn of 2006), a telephone call was made to a Palm Beach television station tip-line so as to describe the lack of mall/plaza sidewalk entryways from roadside sidewalks near age-55+ condominium complexes. Only asphalt roadway entrance is possible as pedestrian activity and is a hazardous sharing of the roadway with vehicular traffic.

With so much already known about the harmful effects of media over-exposure, it's a wonder why the 67-year-old gent with his walker device was the one to be broadcast at work in the Martin County Elections office, when a pre-existing real issue of hazardous pedestrian entry to shop at mall/plaza supermarkets and other stores could have easily been addressed with a photo-sweep of the SE Ocean Boulevard riverside area here in Stuart, FL -- unless he was known to have witnessed the efforts of pedestrians to safely enter the malls/plazas. Now he cannot testify about what he witnessed, and neither can the others.

Friday, November 28, 2008

't is

It's that time of the year, to more publicly peddle audio recordings that have simply been seized and mass-produced within record factories for the marketplace -- thereby continuing that insidious mental illness that results from misuse of the "freedom of the press" as if the ethic is a law.

That all music recordings should be routed into some kind of listening-library makes both legal and mental-health sense, but the unabashed peddling of any and all music in the public marketplace is an organized crime made possible only with the help of para/military populations to whom copyright registrations are legal simply if they are not -- can not -- be opposed.

The website 'Recordingindustryvsthe people.blogspot.com' provides summaries of accounts of contemporary lawsuits that pit an uncontrolled domestic recording industry, represented by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), against individuals who are believed to have violated copyright laws in some way, usually during Internet file-sharing. That the recording industry routinely violates copyright laws using "freedom of the press" to write themselves into paper-work as copyright holders must be repeatedly pointed out as more than simply an "original sin" of the entertainment industry as a whole.

Meanwhile, TV broadcasts openly hawk music collections as compilation-reissues and new 'finds' claimed so as to generate paychecks for recording-industry workers and administrators while the mental health and physiological well-being of the nation as a whole is routinely compromised.

'Special' edicts intended to protect all over-65 retirees (using the term "senior citizen") from grievous harm are also obviously intended to shield those recording-industry participants who have been using "freedom of the press" to fill out copyright forms for their companies with intent to mass-produce and sell any and all original music that comes to their attention -- that, rather than turn any and all 'finds' over to the police until such time as their origin can be accurately ascertained.

The misuse of "freedom of the press" is an ongoing sociopolitical problem that affects performers and audiences personally and in ways that are contagious among the overall citizenry population.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

sickening slaughter

Many of us were required to learn about William Bradford from public-school history books, who was/is an historical figure credited (or debited) with the First Thanksgiving in North America as the holder of a musket and gunshooter of a turkey then used as a meal with Atlantic-coast "Indians".

Apparently this historical event is commemorated each year with annual "hunting seasons" that specify which species can be targeted and killed -- although 'hunting' as a word does also refer to the search to find and carry away creatures already dead in the forestlands.

'National Parklands' were concurrently established as a way to provide sanctuary for blameless creatures and also as recreational areas for people to congregate. Within the past five decades, the intent to expand some Scouts of America training camps to full-service parklands was inevitably communicated to wildlife, which have been necessarily reacting to the space constraints of the encroachment (as example, a child harmed during conflict near a waterhole in TN).

To add some bit of countermeasure to such reaction, a large rock upon which wild creatures would in the past relax and sun themselves within close proximity to such a training camp in PA was removed and placed in a sinkhole on the grounds of the University of Pittsburgh campus at Bradford, PA (UPB), where a continuous confusion of wildlife is now exploited with concomitant continuous slaughter during the scheduled "hunting seasons" and also occasionally when the creatures 'trespass' on city or private lands. Sometimes those are pushed onto the properties of firearm holders or into a direct "line of fire" during hunting season, not altogether a difficult task when directing the creatures southward as a direction toward which they normally migrate anyway during the wintertime.

This year, a woman is missing from Ashville, last seen at an automobile dealership in Jamestown, New York (reference: wesb.com) bearing the same surname as a 67-year-old man in Martin County, FL, who directed the recent Presidential elections in the region (reference: Palm Beach, FL, television broadcast). The missing woman has not yet been found in that now-snowy northeastern United States region, and an article this week posted in the Bradford Era newspaper/wesb.com website reports about an 'Above average kill on opening day of bear season', of "...111 bruins, 93 from McKean County, PA..." where the UPB campus is located, at the state line with New York. Another such article was titled, 'Potter County leads first day bear harvest', as "The top...with 152...".

As a slaughter continued because the various species continue to focus upon and move toward 'The Rock' in Bradford Township, there is perhaps some reason to suspect that the disappearance of the missing woman might have occurred as a way to justify the firearm action in a region whose populations must survive knee/waist-deep snowfalls and extreme temperatures in some ways normally buffered by bears hibernating or ranging about in the forests to find frozen carcasses.

Since firearm discharges and firecrackers are also used to warn people in the region from time to time as a way to ensure the safe operation of an oil refinery, some sympathy for the confused and directly-hit at close range wildlife is entirely justifiable.

Monday, November 24, 2008

bog blather

o Ahhh... Having googled 'lobster roach' and consulting a number of different websites, their version of 'lobster roach' is nothing whatsoever the same as the creature I saw. The websites give the scientific name as 'Nauphoeta cinera' "aka speckled roach" -- brown beetles that are very similar to any other roach but "do not fly".

The creature that I saw came running out of a boggy thicket near the St. Lucie River here in Stuart, FL using many legs; it was about three inches long and an inch wide, carrying a perfectly rectangular chitinous exoskeleton and was white, matching only the sand in the soil and at the roadside. The extremely visible exoskeleton resembled exactly the underside of a lobster tail, with dense composition and tough ridges spaced about a half- inch apart. If not a metamorphic phase of the regional spiny lobster, it is perhaps a midway stage of hermit crab protective covering -- i.e., a crab that carries a cast-off lobster-tail 'shell' then switches to univalve seashell.

No one is telling me anything.

o Another mystery cigar on the cement lining of the Walgreen's parking lot addressed at the corner of SE Monterey Road and SE Ocean Boulevard here in Stuart, FL, near the drive-through pharmacy entryway (his vote made real?).

o Another angle investigatible about the number of child deaths may be non-public competition to 'broker' the youngest-aged paycheck as a type of family/cultural competition. Yet another may be the wish to teach children to "witness" changes in their environments -- perhaps with intent to socially engineer "witness protection" -- with the result that small children are guided into the paths of other moving people, sometimes with tragic and deadly results.

o Regional TV broadcast publicized the issue of annual school air-raid drills, where teachers, administrators, and children practice ducking out of classrooms into the hallways to lie crumpled against one wall. Judging from history textbooks and other literature, the English as originators of the classroom education system retain a real fear of more bombs dropped on them following the World War bombing of London in the United Kingdom. The anxiety among "bloodlines of teachers" is very real and is communicated to children during close, unavoidable contact.

Other teacher anxiety issues should be easily addressed by the teachers themselves, such as classroom overcrowding. However, it is possible that cartons of milk have been passed out to very young students as a way to alter the physiological responses of children rather than limit the number of children permitted to occupy any given school classroom. How weird!

Saturday, November 22, 2008

wait! those are indigenous!

The 11/22/2008 edition of the Palm Beach Post gives a front-page story titled, 'Lizards' treat a recipe for foreign invasion', that describes the sale of roaches using the Internet to feed lizards. Anyone with a Hartz Mountain childhood knows that the shed carapaces should be "going down a lizard's gullet", or naturally-dead beetles. (The same issue describes Libyans as future U. S. business investors.)
Above:  'biggie bug' insect exoskeleton [time-date stamp is wrong]

An earlier story published in the same newpaper is titled, 'CSI teaches kids with "maggot arts"'. Reminding onlookers of seeds pasted on a variety of surfaces to make pictures, the shed 'husks' of maggots-become-flies are also appropriate feeding fare.

The 'roach' story describes four kinds of such beetles commonly now sold for use as food, two thought to be foreign and one other termed the 'lobster' roach. There are a variety of large roaches near the St. Lucie River, at least one variety a very-loud buzzer, but the so-called lobster roach appears to be the exact incarnation of the underside of a lobster tail, crawling speedily around. They are white and also appear to have inspired the old-fashioned washboard, a much larger ribbed square-metal sheet, hand-held, over which dirty clothes were scrubbed. At first glance they seem to be carrying or hiding in an inverted lobster tail as protection, but the legs and organs are attached. Another name might be "mud-bug", with the definite possibility that the creatures are not really beetles but rather are a stage of a metamorphosis into a real lobster. The creature most closely resembles the segmented 'silverfish', with definite ridges topside.

The paper labels on the Campbell's 'Select Harvest' New England Clam Chowder cans give us a marketplace clue: the slogan "Real Ingredients for Real Taste". A use of roaches or other creatures that shed carapaces to feed 'pet' foreign reptiles will affect the feeding patterns of indigenous wildlife that depends upon insect/other exoskeletal fare to survive.

seasonality

o Miller 'High Life, the Champagne of Beers' has continued its "Limited Edition, Fall Series" "Union Made" aluminum beer cans with a camouflage design.

o Recently, I received a packet of mail from the Teamsters Union offering a loan. Why, I don't know, maybe as a way to merchandise the killed trees as different from the toppled ones 'harvested' this year.

o The Stuart News recently published a photo of a age >five girl named 'Kaylee Allen' who is very similar in appearance to photos of missing tot 'Caylee Anthony'. A professor from the University of Pittsburgh in PA has apparently written up a recitation of possibilities about the personality of "tot-mom" Casey Anthony, with the title 'Casey Anthony: Profile of a Sociopath' viewable at Blogcritics.org website; various comments are included with the entry that agree or disagree with the 'sociopath' designation, or pen confusion. The Ancientworldbloggers. blogspot.com website lists 'Hugh Cayless' among its contributors.

If the indicted young woman has been hazed enough to become antisocial, there are reasons enough to articulate in the blogosphere if not in court records.

Friday, November 21, 2008

'A' is for 'Arkansas', 'B' is for "Barack'...

Hmmm. The containers holding Tofutti frozen deserts found in supermarket frozen-food cases have been changed from plastic to cardboard quite suddenly. The treats are suddenly absent from the nearest market (Milam's) to Kingswood condo complex, but a trek across two bridges to Publix Market on Hutchinson Island reveals the newest container, when totally frozen almost as hard as plastic.

The older-model fleet of 'killer trucks' (as presented in the movie titled 'The Truck' and in various newspaper death notices) has successfully completed renovation of the Sewall's Point bridge renovation and environmental landscaping project, concurrent with other taskwork accomplished such as the retaining-pond drainage and search beside Kingswood Terrace Road. Yet another retaining pond is now located at the bridge entryway on Sewall's Point to Hutchinson Island, with a high-spraying fountain, and has been surrounded with transplanted palm trees.

As another seeming absurdity, tanning beds are advertised in West Palm Beach, soon to be installed in Port St. Lucie.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

the Killer Industry Advantage

The Steel-making industry has become the most pervasive human activity capable of almost unimaginable harm from needles to bullets to vehicles airborne, aquatic and cross-land.

The Elliott Museum in Stuart, FL, exhibits one of the first automobiles to bear an identifying name -- the 'Impala'. There appears to be a specific mentality guiding this first-choise of vehicular nomenclature, following perhaps Custer's defeat at the Battle of the Little Big Horn.

Major automakers are found working in watersheds on the fringes (the "frontiers") of the Midwest, where people and jackrabbits have some of their species' largest ears in North America -- perhaps a psychological advantage during inquisitions initiated from coastal regions where small-eared creatures are the predominant 'fit' within those 'strip' regions bounded by both an ocean and major mountain range. Perhaps inevitably, the larger-eared creatures can easily identify their small-eared counterparts with 'juvenile' characteristics, with the result that false parentage behavior guarantees morale problems among inquisitors who succeed only if defleted to Central America.

Having grown up near both Custer City and Killbuck in Pennsylvania, the spectacle of small-eared humans defying the odds in metal machines that are equated in mind and print with large-eared animals jibes perfectly with the fact of continuous reissue of the 'Impala' automobiles. That some car names fail miserably in the marketplace can be held accountable to the Biblical David-and-Goliath encounters of cross-cultural folklore.

Also, the ears of people who habitually drive motor vehicles from day-to-day over time periods of decades become creased and pointed as a result from the constant forward-looking focus, as another sociological angle that hints about the purposes of the car names.

What most people don't know is that car names assigned over time spans of decades can be traced to a handful of people who elicit/'milk' responses from one mind then poll others about that response, such that the neural pathway of least resistance is simple agreement with an 'utterance'. Therefore, it is important to acknowledge the facts about car-name assignment and that such naming activity can be at times harmful; hence the 'lobby laws' now available for all to present their own viewpoints outside any prevailing industry intelligence monopolies.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

a sense of outrage and scandal

Not inexplicably, it was easy to feel offended by a TV notice repeatedly broadcast from " the Palm Beaches" weeks ago that "thousands" of KIAs were being offered during a special sale effort from one of their local automobile dealers.

In a similar vein, Palm Beach (Florida) film coverage of local 'Haunted House' installations showed a number of females in various fake-bloody poses suggestive of actual regional car-injury incidents, including one written up in the Stuart News that described a young woman who was thrown from underneath the straps of a seat-belt.

Martin County should have a drive-in theatre. Pidgin English exists with good reason.

Friday, November 7, 2008

a respectable day at the beach

Having been rudely awakened early in the morning, a short jaunt across the bridges spanning the St. Lucie River and Indian River lagoon had the destination of the Elliott Museum on Hutchinson Island. No one else was viewing the exhibits and an elderly gent gave a talk about the museum's historic automobile collection, which includes hand-crank first-starters and some early Indian-logo motorcycles. The museum also exhibits local art and examples of machine-age ingenuity.

It can be surmised that glass bottles have toppled from their perches along the concrete wall that protects the walkway from the roadway on the bridge over the Stuart Causeway; causeway barrier below the bridge also holds bottles, yet intact. A pair of colorful surf-shorts and pinholed athletic shirt in the street beside the sidewalk were small enough for a toddler, perhaps purposely causing some generalized anxiety as walkers approached the aforementioned bridge.

Today a Topix.net website entry from Stuart at Jensen Beach, FL, forum, describes a search effort scheduled to find missing Orlando toddler Caylee Anthony, with campsites reserved at a KOA near that city. Local advertising inserts delivered with newspapers also show a mother and very young girl who are printed up as missing persons.

During the return hike over the two bridges, aircraft were seen performing a skywriting air show; they zoomed and rolled from and over Witham Air Field, making smoky-exhaust-origin loops in the air with synchronized flair (including the outline of a heart). The show continued from dusk to early evening darkness, and was followed with booming fireworks displays ob-servable within the Kingswood condo complex.

More tomorrow.

when schools cripple

Fighter jet plane passes sear the morning air here in north Stuart, FL, as preparations for the VNA Air Show continue apace. There is a slight pause during pass near the 'Keller Williams Realty of the Treasure Coast' building on SE Ocean Boulevard; other passes include detectable 'unload' capabilities mid-air over Kingswood condo complex, as if practicing for future Viecques Island bombing exercises in the Caribbean Sea.

Now one of the older propeller planes is soaring around the retirement complexes over Witham Field, heady with a presumed sociopolitical victory that adds extra prison time to convicted felons who harm people over age 65 although/because "equal in the eyes of the law" is the applicable ethic. And, personal power-drilling earlier this morning both handily disturbed the sleep of the severely-traumatized (post CA 'quakes among post-hurricanes here in FL) and warned of the louder action to come.

The local media has featured a different girl named 'Caylee' residing in a different state of FL region who is older than the missing Orlando toddler so publicly addressed each night during the Nancy Grace TV show and who also is handicapped. Other media stories described a boy captured and shackled who did not stay in his assigned school.

Tomorrow is the Air Show and festivities at Withham Field on the other side of Kingswood Terrace Road. Those pedestrians who behave as if the organization's VNA-lettered truck is just another vehicle passing by on the newly-renovated roadway are expected to learn different.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

the socipolitical significance of Mount Jewett, PA

This Saturday the Visiting Nurse Association's Air Show is scheduled to perform over Stuart, FL, including other festivities that require a ticket and will feature a Beer Garden and 'Dirty Flight Suit Party', as reported in today's Stuart News. The VNA has its own fairly large building here in the multi-mall area, located a short distance from the YMCA on Monterey Road.

During the past two years there have been a number of small-plane smack-downs in southern FL, including small planes that appear to have fallen from the sky into the North Fork of the St. Lucie River. Just as there is a significant use of the name 'Monterey' in California, small planes making crash landings on roadways have been reported here in FL as well.

The crashes can be linked with more damaging and spectacular phenomena such as the 9/11 World Trade Center collapse in New York with reference to a mental batch of building designs (large and small) that have been erected in a variety of environments with private intent to "corner the market" of trash-compactor sales and service. The business-scheme influence network, busy tracking their own participants and wayward mavericks, has been attempting to film those nearby the 'special' buildings.

In reality, the entire batch of structures which have been erected using a very specific occult design pool, methods and intents should be pin-mapped so as to prevent any more large- or small-scale catastrophes.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

sluff

Two decades ago, during a civil service 'probationary' period at the Hall of Justice on Bryant Street in San Francisco, CA, a pile of non-filed police documents became an apparent test of the civility of the local criminal jusice system. Each few-page document had a personal handwritten note stapled on it that demonstrated the influence of some business-education books.

What remained unseen was the action of a telephone-call influence network that prompted officers to attach such notes to their inter-office communications, although normally memos were written only when necessary upon factory-printed forms. It is probable that one officer agreed to be the 'patsy' who wrote up such notes as acknowlegement of the value of business-education standards transmitted, however, in an appropriate academic setting (i. e. a school) rather than as a telephone-demand contact.

As a new hire, the challenge obviously was to in some way deal with the notes on the paperwork within the limited space of file folders and file cabinet. Since the office trash cans were cleaned daily, it seemed logical to choose contained-discard as a salvageable way to initiate dialogue about the notes and perhaps the influence networking as well; there were officers in the building 24 hours a day, seven days a week and readiness to countermand actual disposal of the notes was also apparent.

Therefore, a handful of the loopy-inked squares were ripped from stapled document corners and tossed into the clean and empty metal can while the others remained intact during the hand-sorting process. New word-processing equipment had been installed during the weeks of the civil-service probationary period, and a decision about whether the notes should be scanned onto data-disks along with the actual documents was also imminent.

Not soon but eventually, a pattern of police deaths from shootings began apace -- to many, a continuation of such confrontational results. Rather than cautionary statements made in public forum about the possibility that paperwork gliches were being used as political opportunities, population reaction to the shootings also continued in the form of hopes to be a hero and find villains, or to win a journalism prize.

show-offs

Today, as if awaiting me, there was an automobile at the stoplight near the Chevron station bearing front-and-back New York state license plates.

Shouldn't boats have front-and-back license plates, too?

squelching the young

October 2008 journalism described how a submarine was raised from the waters of the Aleutian Islands near Alaska, decades after cooking stoves were used to support a small business building (and then rust) in the marshlands of Stuart, FL; decades after the Chowchilla incident in California; and many decades after the vessel itself had actually failed to surface.

The slow pace of recovery efforts with regard to the manned submarine remain a mystery unless the a certain type of query process can be eleucidated -- that query process including young (and the very young) minor-age citizens who often have no idea what major political issues must be decided until....decades after the first queries.

In other words, asking innocent children to decide the course of major decisionmaking is one cultural ploy that should be publicly exposed as an active operational rationale that more often than not has 'no action' as a result when those children cannot/do not understand what has happened, nor what the options are when action is required. 'The blood of innocents" refers to both bloodline/lineages/royalty responsible about the uses of unique inventions (such as the submarine) and to the sometimes deadly effects of purposeful adult query directed toward children, also using children as 'mouthpieces' to communicate with their peers.

Quarrels with 'royalty' about how the devices have failed, the guilt of acquisition parties, and lack of real knowledge about actual intended usages versus exploration motives make complicated politics that should not burden the young whose only responses might include "What's a submarine?" as the clock ticks on the wall to both the submerged crew members and all other machine-age human populations. That children are the only innocents among us capable of a humane response is a belief that should be subject to reality checks, as if people die only because they become more and more guilty.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

what's legal to you...

is not legal to all.

Yesterday only two motor vehicles seen in the mall-complex areas of SE Monterey Road in Stuart, FL, had front-and-rear license plates -- one from New Jersey and the other from California.

Friday, October 31, 2008

sudden stoppage

o On a grassy plot beside St. Lucie Boulevard here in Stuart, FL, can be observed a partially-completed cement-block house-with-garage; this structure has been partially-completed for at least two years now, while workers were seen constructing and completing a similar house on the other side of the roadway nearest to the river.

An early-August issue of the Stuart News lists two construction-worker deaths in its 'Obituary' section, both males, one a cement-worker in his age-50s and the other a supervisor in his early age-20s -- both written up on the same page -- no small significance even without the rising single-block stacks of cement bricks that appear to be the inspiration for Lego-toy assemblages, located just around the corner from Kingswood condo complex.

Every day people wonder about the place, lacking walls with metal poles protruding from the cement-block arrangements that outline the beginning of a house; the garage is more fully built than the main house sections. People wondered a lot when workers were seen toiling away at the differently-placed structure nearby the waterstream, now fully finished with paint, landscaping, and gates. Irrationally, a 'gazebo' comes to mind since there are no walls only sturdy columns that suggest an open-air staging area of some kind.

Since many post-hurricanes cement-block houses have been ritually installed on the side of the road along the riverbank, days/weeks/possibly months can pass by without a clear view of the St. Lucie River now from Kingswood condos only a city block away from the narrow boulevard. The partially-contructed housing also suggests a potential picnic area, in a shoreline zone where open space has been quickly closed with new housing and access to the riverbank closed off as well.

Past and present telephone directories in the region listed 'Adams Construction' as a local company. The death of a young Fort Pierce man enlisted in the Armed Forces during the present-day Iraq conflict appears to be coincidental with the seemingly-abandoned project.

o The same time-period of early-August issues of the Stuart News gives us the story titled, 'Original builder to help tear down old Elliott Museum' authored by Geoff Oldfather. Apparently one of the original builders, in his early 80s and surnamed 'Hodapp', isn't taking the presumed suggestion as a joke and is being scheduled to "knock out that first brick". There is some cause for suspicion since some Martin County residents born in McKean County, PA, are familiar with a young woman who was prevailed upon to lay the first red brick of a new high school addition constructed with rounded walls somewhat resembling the rounded vats used in the local oil refinery.

rationalization

Is your car an appliance?

Appliances customarily have one metal plate bearing license information; why should an automobile be categorized the same way? The possibility that in-car trash-compactors can be made a standard feature still should accord the licensing information as one-plate included with the appliance, not as a removal of one license plate from the front-end of a vehicle.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

follow-up

o To whoever has the duct tape: the splash-guard on the damaged vehicle has not yet been secured here in the age-55+ Kingswood condominium complex, Martin County, Florida.

There is also the metal framework of a elder-transit bench to wrap as a temporary measure, since two hurricanes have caused rusting at the joints.

o During the moisture-laden atmosphere of Tropical Storm Fay, small frogs were observed to radiate from an aperture in a outside lamppost in the manner of an asterick, as an example of lesser-known theories about the invention of the wheel.

constellations AND aircraft

The astronomical layout was stellar in the skies over Kingswood condo complex last night here in Martin County, Florida, and the size of the stars seemed to matched the size of aircraft passing overhead -- all twinkling with light, with the categorical optical illusion of an aero-star moving purposely through the "firmament".

An automobile remained parked within the low-rise section of the condo-complex buildings, bearing the words 'CHICAGO' and "WHITE SOX' as the raised metal lettering on the rear license plate. NOTE: Those words 'CHICAGO' and 'WHITE SOX' are part of a metal license-plate holder that obstructs Florida state wording on a FL license plate bearing the illustration of a dolphin.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Bonk! the busy teamsters that could

There are a lot of ways to move around in this world, and using CO2-friendly live-plant-life to propel oneself through the atmosphere is certainly one of them.

However, a combination of metal-vehicle traffic and busy teamsters flitting from one assignment to the next can bowl over even the most hardy pedestrian, while others must bend-and-sway to avoid perishing. Worse, those who have been chosen to participate in teamwork activities are often influenced to think about other people as "ordinary" (i.e., somewhat expendable or mal-adapted) and will only focus on other teamsters during their travels and all other activities.

One of the Palm Beach, Florida, television stations a few weeks ago showed a photo of a young man who [was] rushed into a tree-trunk, surrounded with other concerned young men. Various signs in the region shows evidence of past get-a-grip actions -- a rusting 15mph speed-limit sign bearing a visible handprint within a condo complex; a chunk grabbed out of 'Beware of Gator' sign posted near an office building and pond; the car described in a previous post missing its rear license plate; the topmost part of a PVC post broken off (also previously described) here in Martin County. Sadly, the teamsters are not always the best at what they do, but do demonstrate know-how; many use the Spanish language.

For the truly tired walker, one of the guys soaring past can be a flattening experience if not an outright slaying. While not genius, a demonstration of the ease at which a mind-bending 'Bonk' can be directed should be memorable.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

whatever

o Members of the United States Armed Forces (from some perspectives, arguably a European
colonial flag) have been engaged in maneuvers that involve sectarian Sunnis and Shiites in Iraq (a EurAsian nation). Not only should the U. S. instead be working with SUNY (State University of New York) to sound spectrograph and catalog all recorded-music spectrograph charts, there is some reason to believe that combat is engaged in Iraq rather than initiate a challenge to Sonny Bono's claim upon celebrity Cher's (she/her) personhood (reported accurately or not to be an actual "marriage" in the mass media).

There is also reason to believe that the U. S. legal profession is co-r-recting with Sonny, since 'Sonny' appears as the name of some restaurants in Florida. Members of SUNY may have been crushed during the Twin Towers collapse, and Sunnis are being killed in Iraq, but Sonny Bono remains intact as the entertainment industry has presented him.

Sects are religious belief-systems that include 'methodism' and 'presbyterianism'.

o It is probable that the harmful effects of constant aircraft activity in the United States are statistically available within some database -- i.e., the effects of constant 'jetting' upon regional flora -- but the everyday inclusion of Jetson two- or four-page color newsprint advertising found within each daily issue of the Stuart News has not been explained. 'Jetson' is an appliance store here in Martin County that daily advertises special prices on their appliances and electronics -- the ad section is useful to line the interiors of plastic plant-pots and the dampened inks add a touch of color to plant leaves as well. New, modern packaging methods for appliances and electronics are presumed to forestall the effects of humidity and bugs such that daily advertising should not be necessary.

Newspaper prices have risen during past decades, as have the number of advertising supplements included -- both newsprint and glossy -- and there is some wish to return to cheaper newspaper prices with a choice to opt out or omit such advertising fill from those subscriptions and invoices.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

fertility plans

The Stuart News dated 10/24/2008 has several interesting entries, among them:

o The front page presents the article titled 'Stuart wants to host 2011 'America in Bloom' event', "...named one of the nation's most beautiful cities...the 'Stuart In Bloom' group hope[s] to mount a campaign to host the AIB National Symposium and award ceremony in 2011. ..." In a southern Florida county where two hurricanes made landfall in the early 2000s, the choice of year 2011 is surely a hedge against some kind of immediate pseudo-civil-preparedness scheduling that would offend the sensibilities of those whose relatives died during the storms.

o When the 'Gutierrez' Presidency in Ecuador was politically-engineered from San Francisco, CA, peninsula environs a few years ago, an informal salon was arranged each Saturday night so as to safeguard the young Gutierrez family members and their friends/acquaintances. The Gutierrez name was numerous as listed in the SF telephone directory at that time, and after the Ecuadorian Presidential election a number of Gutierrez died horrible deaths and/or were charged with crimes in northern California. A map of Mexico had already been printed up with the 'G-name' hyphenated together with the town name 'Tuxtla'.

Demands were made upon the ersatz salon gatherings to "report" about their activities, thereby intensifying an atmosphere of surveillance and social pressure.

The front page of the Stuart News this week has also reported here in Florida a list of Gutierrez-associated names and photos of people lacking similar protective measures who were routed into the sex-trade, as stated in the article, perhaps as a use of the term 'salon' and who have been singled-out and charged with various prostitution counts in St. Lucie County.

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Here in Kingswood condo complex, green strips have been threaded through the chain-link fence around the swimming pool(s), such that a clear view of swimmers and any distress or problems is not directly or immediately possible outside the enclosure.

Lights shine all night around the pools, making note-taking from local newspapers a breeze until the casual curiosity of others cracked the pool-deck concrete; during repairs, one lane of the adjacent shuffle-board court was simply covered over with the same compound used on the pool-deck. New rules were posted giving hours of pool use to be daylight hours from early morning until late evening darkness.

Although situated near the St. Lucie River one city block away, a nearby retaining pond and slough, plus the 'Indian River' lagoon across one bridge and the Atlantic Ocean further across another bridge, the condo complex lawns and bushes/trees are wetted down with frequent sprinkler use, said sprinkler system operated with applicable water-use fees. A tidy monetary sum is also alloted to landscape companies who perform constant clipping taskwork.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Housing and the Hirsute

Just how much ribbing should 'the hirsute' absorb before civil rights action becomes necessary?

Thursday, October 23, 2008

a banner period ends

This week's 1490newsblog.blogspot.com and also philly.com websites describe the life of a recently deceased 'Miss America 1954' (Saturday), whose parents were two German immigrants. Born "Evelyn Margaret Ay...Philadelphia native", she died at age 75, giving some credence to the possibility that German immigrants provided the language that was used to begin the bombing of London, England. The ReligiousTolerance.org website in a past year included a post from 'Seattle Sue' who described how a shipment of grain bypassed starving Ireland on its way to the scales in England as historical United Kingdom gauchery in Europe.

Perhaps a different category of title selection yet with similar conflict results in the Americas has been the marriage of 'Cher' (who inspired multiple music albums, some released as album-theme 'Sonny and Cher') to Sonny Bono (reported to be much older than she who obviously enjoyed the ease of sing-a-longs).

a gusher

As reported to the Stuartfla.com website last night, about 2:00 a.m. one of a new row of sprinklers was seen to be dumping water on the hood of an elderly resident's car here in Kingswood Condo complex, in the manner of a drinking-fountain waterstream. That sprinkler was the only sprinkler operating nearby at that time.

The new row of sprinkers is installed at the edge of the parking section and also protrude within bushes growing at the edge of the parking spaces between those spaces and a condo-building walkway.

It was noisy yet could not be directly viewed from the boulevard when the local police made their nightly passes by the 55+ complexes here at the edge of the St. Lucie River.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

put a cork in it

Another high school football player has been shot in the region, so the Palm Beach TV stations and Stuart News tells us.

While such players, all ages, are not known to rush around and intentionally block pedestrians off the playing field there is however some tendency to exert the kind of pressure that causes a loosening of the bladders and stools of passersby or bystanders who are grieving.

Stuart, FL, survived the landfall of two hurricanes in past years, plus an influx of earthquake survivors from San Francisco, CA, in addition to all those who come into the St. Lucie Forks area seasonally without any direct catastrophic experience. Those wintering in Martin County from McKean County, PA, were also affected by some horrible deaths which occurred during the American Refining Group's centennial celebration concurrent with the scheduling of an Italian-American Festival and the renovation of the Route 219 bypass roadway in northwest PA.

Some of the "party-pooper" encounters have been videotaped as perhaps predictable occurrences, and even broadcast during public TV shows.

Monday, October 20, 2008

the 'trash compactor' as cultural phenomenon

The trash-compactor machines, as they are now offered within newsprint advertising, have been disputed and demanded during past decades until they are finally a reality.

The primary argument has been that they will assure safe and sanitary compaction of household trash, perhaps with a possible additional use of compacted trash in fireplaces. As envisioned, they now use gasoline as fuel, thereby placing them in the category of 'volcano-prevention' devices and so are topmost in the category of 'employment security'.

The devices resemble the chomping heads of polar bears, manatees or sharks (to name a few and provide regional sales focii) -- a plus in terms of the balance-of-nature where beasts can observe and agree at an organismic level with humans that machines are what should be compacting container discards.

As an historical reference, there is the concentration-camps period in Europe and California. In Europe, Hitler was the German dictator fielding demands to recruit and plant workers whether they knew/agreed or not that product-development participation was their raison d'etre.

The trash-compactor machines also can be said to represent the dead recruits who were banished when they would not participate to plan and build the devices; nor would those claim sales territories to market devices that did not yet exist. However, the 'whether underground' networking continued to operate using demands and exhortations, with the hope that some lucky entrepreneur might be granted license to replace the 'Collier' County name in southern Florida (said 'Collier' having published an erroneous atlas a century ago).

How and why did the French find themselves in Polynesia? The widespread cultivation of broccoli and artichokes--their vegetable physical appearance and the methods which appropriate them for the dinner table--provide some cause for suspicious speculation that the French too are an easily recruited population in America, planted in a variety of locales to provide a range of services and products with the cooperation of transportation czars.

Finally, an epoch-thought -- are females just a type of loser-males?

Are you happy, American Refining Group (ARG)? -- the trash-compactors are 'Made in the USA'.

Saturday, October 18, 2008

T time

One of the James Taylors is scheduled to perform in southern FL soon, and no doubt will be fielding insistent static about the condition of a small convenience store addressed on Tenth Street in Stuart whose large-lettered 'TAYLORS' sign is faded and store become ramshackle. The up-coming static is predictable because Tenth Street runs into Florida Street (via Bayou Street) -- not quite a state secret but rather a location for various former worker shacks that now house young residents.

The Taylors are well-reputed in historical literature as the people who put pearls on the ends of needles and pins. The store-status pantry has a club-like atmosphere, near the new Stuart United States Post Office some blocks away on Johnson Street near the Dixie Highway. A hike to the USPO from the St. Lucie Bridge area caused aching feet, but only because sturdy shoes are a better idea. Plus, the Stuart News had a day previous published more 'Wanted' photo headshots on a last page and of course anyone standing around afraid seemed to match the likeness of a suspected criminal.

For some people, it was definitely a day to go to a barber.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

From teeny weeny to...

o The July 27, 2008 issue of 'Real Estate Source', which is a newspaper supplement included with the Stuart News, provides a question of concern in the 'Condo Queries' column about condo-minium association bylaws in Boca Raton, FL, that exclude other family users in a 55+ condo community -- the bylaws "allow" other users "...stay in...unit for a maximum period of 30 days...".

Decades ago, the city of Boca Raton was the scenario for a by-mail contest that also offered teeny-weeny bikinis mail-order. The advertised swimsuits were low-cut in the front and necessitated a childlike, hairless belly-button/naval region or perpetual bikini-wax expenditures (or, at least timely shaving until the 'suit became a a threadbare relic). Those were followed by the 'string bikini' craze, which in general provides a garment that covers more of the front of the female groin than the buttocks area, and the West Coast 'thong' undergarments as well.

A new campus was eventually generated in Boca Raton, but the somewhat smutty origins of the higher education demands are not forgotten among current senior citizens, who want no pressure to hand out their genetic endowments casually or as a consequence of situational happenstance.

The RES letter writer-asserts that s/he wants to allow his/her child to use an inherited condo so as to attend school, but received "a nasty letter" from "an inflexible association".

o Moving right along to the 'Palm Beach Post', that newspaper prints up eye-opening information seven days a week, and also includes card-stock-quality pre-paid subscription postcards with most issues. One of today's front page articles is titled, 'Gang rivalries considered in school boundary moves', and perhaps the gang activity is directly linked with non-necessary uses of paper products within that region and others which rely urgently upon oxygen-bearing flora so nearby diverse and far-flung aquatic habitats.

Plus, the horoscope section makes indirect reference to past friends and acquaintances in the 'Scorpio' section, with continuing cause for alarm because the 'readings' should apply to all within the Oct. 24-Nov. 21 birthday bracket.

o Finally, the PBP 'Business' section provides 'Feds clear Wells Fargo-Wachovia deal'. A easily intimidated bank based in Charlotte, NC, Wachovia Bank was a potential candidate to engage in further workforce maneuvers to demand or negotiate 'employee owned and operated' status, but must now permit consideration of Wells Fargo's intent to acquire the financial institution, instead.

Saturday, October 4, 2008

the big blow

This month's 'Scientific American' magazine (October 2008) offers an 'Update' titled 'Bubble Fusion', which states "Water bubbles created by ultrasonic waves can collapse fast enough to generate a flash of light. ..."

The main purpose of this weblog is to document phenomena that may be linked with the effects of a different kind of bubble -- a bubble made from human mucous forged in the nose and nasal cavities of its maker. Such an artifact holds memory images of sometimes intense visual clarity, and a voice strip as well. The oracle-bead chronicle pre-dates modern microfiche and wax-cylinder voice-recordings.

During the fever of illness and intense emotional stress, mucous bubbles forth from the nose with different consistencies resulting from heating and cooling of the nasal 'beads'. One special bead can be forged to hold significant memories, such as the work of multiple epochs or the activities of evolving species. The oracle-bead can also hold memories of ancient catestrophes such as volcanoes; secreted images from brain-mass memory are preserved within the mucousal gel of the oracle-bead, together with the vocal rendition of the sound of a volcano erupting.

This is almost not believable to people who have never seen an oracle-bead chronicle or who never have mentally received historical content-imagery transmissions (mental telepathy) from a viewing of such an artifact.

See http://www.topix.net/, Bradford, PA forum for more descriptions of the oracle-bead chronicle and its placement site.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Overhead

Yesterday evening a large blimp was observed to motor southward over the Cedar Pointe condo complex, continuing its pass over the city of Stuart, FL, just before the sky darkened.

Today, a short shedded black snakeskin was observed on Kingswood Terrace Road, together with the usual shedded toadskins (usually one or more).

A small yellow and brown bird lay dead on a brick sidewalk in the Monterey Commons near the Blake Library and temple -- only the rump/tail feathers and shoulders were remaining, the head and midsection were gone. After a meal for a marauding beast or collection of vital parts suitable for bird-flu testing, the bird's bloody rump flush against the brick with tail feathers in the air vaguely resembled a wigwam shape. Ugh.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

a proper usage

Last night purchase was made from Walgreens of a roll of duct tape, which was left on the neighbor's doorknob in Kingswood condo complex so that his vehicle's front splash guard can be repaired (and the wick-like piece of rope removed).

It's gone this afternoon from the doorknob, and we can only hope that the appropriate use will be forthcoming.