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Bless Your Heart, Jesus (Reflection on Tuesday of Holy Week)

written by Anton Flores-Maisonet of Alterna

As Jesus continues his pilgrimage into the heart of Jerusalem, exposing the powers of imperial domination and its religious collaborators, we come to Tuesday, the longest recorded day of Holy Week in Scriptures. 901 more words

1-27-09 Cigarette Smoke, Cancer, an "The Reaper" - from "The Hunt for Osama Bin Salsa" to be published 2015

Jan 27, 2009 – I saw the Reaper.
Ok it was not a dream but … I was reading a book, in Dennis’ living room, by the fire. 379 more words

June 2008- Two Psychics in Jail - From "The Hunt for Osama Bin Salsa" to be published 2015

A new girl was brought in. She was Mexican and didn’t speak any English, and kept her arms folded over her body, holding herself tightly. 790 more words

2008 - Christmas in Hell - from "The Hunt for Osama Bin Salsa" to be published 2015

Christmas in Liverpool is when all families force themselves to get together. Even families that frankly, shouldn’t even Try to be families, go through the motions, the obligation of either a dinner together, (risky, can lead to spectacular disagreements and/or violence) or a one hour visit, called “stopping in” always with the get-out excuse that they promised they would drop in at the Other side of the family’s place too. 1,679 more words

PressTV: Migrant kids depict Aussie detention center as 'hell'

Riot police at the Villawood detention center, Australia (file photo)

Mon Mar 24, 2014 2:36PM GMT

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Hundreds of children being held in an immigration center in Australia have described their living conditions as ‘hell’, a human rights group says. 256 more words


NOV 2008 - Egypt, The Bedouins, and Per doing "The Worm" - from "The Hunt for Osama Bin Salsa" to be pub 2015

I was still trying to work out every day, and was doing so in the courtyard at the camp. Mr. NoName decided to show me some of his kill moves, his was much more Krav Maga, and he was damn dangerous. 1,191 more words