Why would anyone still like Trump after he would shoot someone? Anyone? It just shows the ridiculous loyalty that his supporters have for him.
It’s cloudy and misty in Oregon and just the kind of day that a Joni Mitchell song takes you back to the early seventies. “A song for Sharon” is a melancholy song about how women can lead such different lives but at the core still see unity in each other. Women are and will change the world.
Downtown Vinnie and SmartyPants sing this witty ditty about their relationship. You can see more of their music on Bandcamp under Diane DeVillers or more of his music under FiftyStillRocks at youtube. Check out our music from the Blues capital Eugene Oregon a plethora of who’s who in all things music.
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From my profile page:
I grew up in Wisconsin and moved up to mid-WI to live on a farm near Marion. I learned how to live off the land, growing our own food and milking goats, raising bees and we had lots of dogs and cats.
I became a tree camp cook for a crew of tree planters and worked all over the south, seeing the beauty of the forests in Tennessee, Alabama, and Mississippi. I then moved West to Oregon to work as a forester apprentice working all over in Oregon’s national forest. My work took me into wilderness areas near John Day and to the Wallowa Mountains near Joseph Oregon.
I lived the life of a nomad, moving our camp every few weeks whenever we finished taking inventory of the forests trees, shrubs, and grasses.
I eventually came back to social serves and landed a job at the University of Oregon Semi-Independent Living Program as an outreach worker providing support to a dozen developmentally disabled adults living in their own apartments. The non-profit was formed and the birth of Oregon Supported Living Progam occurred and it turned out to be the top progressive agency in the Northwest. It was rather ironic that I became disabled myself by Multiple Sclerosis and was forced to retire.
So one day I pulled down a box of my journals and started reading. I found them amusing and started writing them up into three books. “From the Waters of Coyote Springs” was about my forestry days. “Felix and Eve” is about when Eve finds a job as a live-in caregiver for a man recovering from by-pass surgery. He hires her for the summer. He’s a grumpy person who she eventually smooths like the stones in the river. He tells her stories every night while they play cards. He tells her about the good old days when he worked for the notorious gangster Al Capone.
The third book “The Arrangement” is about the now retired, baby boomer Eve, who now owns property on Moon Mt in Eugene. Vinnie an old friend lives in his yurt in her backyard. Every year she gets the same letter with the same skeleton key and she flies down to Catalina Island to care for her former lover who has Multiple Sclerosis.
Vinnie stays behind and caretakes her gardens and flower beds. Vinnie is in love with Eve but remains silent.
In Jeff Merkley’s words, “I’m leading more than three dozen of my colleagues to urge the Trump administration to abandon their ill-advised effort to expand offshore drilling to 90% of our outer continental shelf against the will of hundreds of impacted communities and to instead maintain the protections outlined in the existing 2017-2022 plan. Expanding offshore drilling into nearly all of our publicly held waters at a time when we’re already dealing with the devastating impacts of climate disruption is extremely reckless and shortsighted. It would threaten coastal communities, fragile ecosystems, subsistence hunters, and indigenous tribes, all while further exacerbating climate disruption.
In Oregon and all along the Pacific and Atlantic coasts, offshore drilling is a threat to the way of life for our coastal communities. Offshore drilling will diminish tourism, harm commercial fishing operations, and pollute the water, not to mention the devastating impacts of likely spills, as we’ve seen time and time again, such as with Exxon Valdez and Deepwater Horizon. We cannot sacrifice our coastal communities and environment for the short-term gain of big oil companies. I’ll keep fighting to protect our coastlines.
Come on, really, all those women are lying? And the citizens of Alabama are going to vote him in any way? A child molester? It’s all about winning. About spreading the alt-right agenda to keep the country being led by the evangelicals, who don’t believe these women. A sad day in America.