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A Man of Flounce, A True Hector

To celebrate the birth of The Hector Prize, meet a real Galantuomo that Henry James would’ve boasted about in his literature. He is Lapo Elkann, our first Hector Prize Winner. 361 more words

Hector Prize

Spring 2014 April 11 Friday

66 degrees this morning.  A “cool”  66, but it’s getting there. The sun is shining and the trees and grass are greening up.

Starting to take pictures of some of my “things” that it it time to get rid of.   551 more words

An enormous problem exists when...

…those who love to take part in “mature” discussion are themselves deeply prejudice, judgemental, and, yes, immature.

Table Tennis Talks

The icy relationship between the United States and the People’s Republic of China, PRC, began a slow thaw in early April of 1971.  The U.S. Table Tennis Team had been competing in Nagoya, Japan for the World Championships.  605 more words


Kissinger & Reagan Warning Of An ET Invasion

Henry Kissinger at the Bilderberger Conference in Evians, France, 1991 is reported to have said,
“Today, America would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order . 277 more words


Illuminati Current Members List

I am posting the latest available list of The Members of The Illuminati, the Organist that has a say in the

running of the World. 1,002 more words


Kissinger and 'The Kid'

This week I had the pleasure of hearing Henry Kissinger once again expound on some of the current and past foreign policy issues. Seeing him and listening to his accent brought back many memories. 496 more words

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