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“where have all the flowers gone”
the first three verses were written by pete seeger in 1955, and published in sing out! magazine.[1] additional verses were added by joe hickerson in may 1960, who turned it into a circular song.[2]  in 2010, thenew statesman listed it as one of the “top 20 political songs”.[4]
where have all my young dreams gone, long time passing?
where have all my young dreams gone, long time ago?
where have all my young dreams gone?
young friends have picked them everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn? oh, when will they ever learn? 
where have all my young friends gone, long time passing?
where have all my young friends gone, long time ago?
where have all my young friends gone?
gone for careers everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn? oh, when will they ever learn?
where have all the boomers gone, long time ago?
where have all the boomers gone?
gone for mansions everyone
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn? 
where have all my old friends gone, long time passing?
where have all my old friends gone, long time ago?
where have all my old friends gone?
gone to graveyards, everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn? 
“there is a ripeness of time for death, regarding others as well as ourselves, when it is reasonable we should drop off, and make room for another growth. when we have lived our generation out, we should not wish to encroach on another. i enjoy good health. i am happy in what is around me; yet i assure you, i am ripe for leaving all, this year, this day, this hour.”
to john adams, august 1, 1816
where have all the graveyards gone, long time ago?
where have all the graveyards gone?
gone to old friends, everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn? 
where have all my young dreams gone, long time passing?
where have all my young dreams gone, long time ago?
where have all my young dreams gone?
young friends have picked them everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn?
  “out, out, brief candle!”  
not to become disillusioned becomes the real secret of happiness.
“birth and death are words we chose to describe the doorways in and out of a cycle. this cycle is connected to a larger cycle which awaits our return.  it is all just like breathing.  remove the fear and judgment to recognize the same pattern as a principle everywhere.”
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
about
“a fascist is one whose lust for money or power is combined with such an intensity of intolerance toward those of other races, parties, classes, religions, cultures, regions or nations as to make him ruthless in his use of deceit or violence to attain his ends.”
henry a. wallace
african americans:
“once i got off a trolley in downtown philadelphia and accidentally bumped into an older white woman.  she immediately said “here! take my purse! just don’t hurt me!” i was shocked. i couldn’t believe that she thought i was going to rob her.  when walking down the street, if a white woman is walking in my direction, they often cross the street or clutch their purse more tightly as i approach.  i guess i’m numb to it now, because i expect it.  i think that’s the sad part. there is nothing post-racial about our society.  racism and prejudice have just become more subtle, more nuanced.”
latinos:
,
“being born in the united states, i am automatically a citizen.  i am an american.  but according to society, i’m “too” mexican to be american.  my complexion is too dark to be american.  my dark hair and dark eyes are too mexican to be american. i’m mexican, therefore, i can’t be american…. yet it’s not always just the language barrier that is a struggle, there are constantly stereotypes and racial slurs being put on us everyday.  being from the south, i had to work extra hard at breaking this.  no not all mexican’s are illegal.  sorry trump, we are not all the criminals, drug dealers and rapists that you claim us to be.”
women:
“as sheryl sandberg and adam grant pointed out in 
a recent
 new york times op-ed, when male executives speak up, they receive 10% higher competence ratings; when female executives do the same, their ratings from their peers are 14% lower.  similarly, when male employees offer ideas, they receive higher performance evaluations; when women offer the same ideas, managers’ perceptions of their performance remain unchanged.”
“the cultural acceptance of spousal abuse can be so pervasive that in some countries, large majorities of women say it’s acceptable.  in rwanda, 96 percent of women say the practice can be justified, according to the world values survey.  about two-thirds of women in india and south africa feel the same way.  the attitude is also held by large shares of women in countries across the religious and cultural spectra — china, egypt, iraq, nigeria, peru, the philippines and uzbekistan, to cite a few. 
even in countries where the vast majority of women don’t approve of spousal abuse, the share that do find it potentially acceptable isn’t exactly tiny.  it’s about 1 in 10 in the u.s. and about 1 in 5 in germany.”
alarming number of women think spousal abuse is sometimes ok
disabled:
intellectuals:
“there is a great superficiality in today’s evangelical world.  many bible-believing christians share the contemporary case for self-gratification, emotionalism, and anti-intellectualism. many people who believe in the bible have never read it.”
“our big mistake in modern intellectualism is first and foremost its lack of nuance.  we have made science synonymous with atheism – a presupposed conception and yet, another means to non-sequiturs – and therefore, to a number of enthusiasts determined to go the further, anti-theism.  hereby let us observe that science has long served best and should be, if none other, the one discipline, if at all possible, free of potential ideology, religious or anti-religious, and/or biased presupposition in order to maintain the authenticity and the reliability of its nature.” —
elderly:
“there is also a lack of recognition of the positive contributions that elderly people make to society.  the amount of unpaid childcare provided runs into the tens of billions.  without this form of labor, fewer parents could work and gain fulfillment in their jobs.  indeed, as some local authorities have recognized the 60 plus generation offer a huge reservoir of untapped energy for the voluntary sector.”
by paul donovan
poor:
none of the programs really went far enough in their benefits or stipends or financial assistance to really help as much as was needed by my clients.
ninety percent of my clients wanted to get off welfare.
“saving our planet, lifting people out of poverty, advancing economic growth… these are one and the same fight. we must connect the dots between climate change, water scarcity, energy shortages, global health, food security and women’s empowerment. solutions to one problem must be solutions for all.
ban ki-moon
conclusions:
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
“on an appointed day, herod put on his royal robes, took his seat upon the throne, and delivered an oration to them.  and the people were shouting, “the voice of a god, and not of a man!”  immediately an angel of the lord struck him down, because he did not give god the glory, and he was eaten by worms and breathed his last. …” — acts 12:19-24 
“a prince, whose character is thus marked by every act which may define a tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free people.”
“george templeton strong, a prominent new york lawyer and diarist, wrote that lincoln was “a barbarian, scythian, yahoo, or gorilla.”  henry ward beecher, the connecticut-born preacher and abolitionist, often ridiculed lincoln in his newspaper, the independent (new york), rebuking him for his lack of refinement and calling him “an unshapely man.”  other northern newspapers openly called for his assassination long before john wilkes booth pulled the trigger. he was called a coward, “an idiot,” and “the original gorilla” by none other than the commanding general of his armies, george mcclellan.”
we should respect an office even if the office holder is not worthy of our respect.
yes!
no!
we should only respect an office when the office holder is worthy of respect.
yes! 
no! 
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
family:
women in the home law
mandatory birth act
mandatory birth act
education:
private education act
no more lawyers act
no more lawyers act
books only lie bill
social issues:
america for whites act
christian only act
mandatory religion act
one strike act
2045 purity of purpose bill
against propaganda law
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
carmina burana
o fortuna
like the moon you are changeable, ever waxing and waning; hateful life first oppresses and then soothes as fancy takes it; poverty and power it melts them like ice.
trying against fate – monstrous and empty, you whirling wheel, you are malevolent, well-being is vain and always fades to nothing, shadowed and veiled you plague me too; now through the game i bring my bare back to your villainy.
fate is against me in health and virtue, driven on and weighted down, always enslaved. so at this hour without delay pluck the vibrating strings; since fate strikes down the strong man, everyone weep with me!
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
booker t. washington
those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it
those who do not recognize the patterns around them are doomed to failure.
eliminate the mafia
win the war on drugs
defeat terrorism in the mideast
stop the arms race
 1.  
eliminate the mafia:
win the war on drugs:
by the way, alcohol and nicotine and caffeine are all drugs and at one time or another have all been banned someplace in the world
1906
1914
1915
1922
1924
1937
1938
1942
1951
1951
1956
1965
1966
1968
1970
1972
1973
1973
1973
1978
1984
1986
1988
“america is at war.  we have been fighting drug abuse for almost a century.  four presidents have personally waged war on drugs.  unfortunately, it is a war that we are losing.  drug abusers continue to fill our courts, hospitals, and prisons.  the drug trade causes violent crime that ravages our neighborhoods.  children of drug abusers are neglected, abused, and even abandoned.  the only beneficiaries of this war are organized crime members and drug dealers.” —
stanford university

  (“
the hidden costs of america’s war on drugs
” by
joseph d. mcnamara, the hoover institution, stanford university)
defeat terrorism in the mideast:
“assassins
 (persian|حشاشين}} hashashin) is a name used to refer to the 
medieval
 nizari ismailis.  often described as a secret order led by a mysterious “
old man of the mountain
”, the nizari ismailis were an 
islamic
 sect that formed in the late 11th century from a split within 
ismailism
 – itself a branch of 
shia islam
.”
financial cost of the war on terror : 
human costs of the war on terror:
afghanistan and pakistan:
iraq:
stop the arms race:
“our nation’s security and ability to defend itself is being undermined by the weapons that our enemies have.  we must build new and better weapon systems.  we must increase defense spending.  we risk falling behind in the ability to defend ourselves.”
then we start the process all over again from step 1.  
here is a list of rifles that have been used in the usa since the war of 1776.  the following list does not include carbines.  for a full list of weapon systems and their history see: 
list of individual weapons of the u.s. armed forces
– wikipedia

do we call this progress?  do you call this progress? 
conclusions:
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
falken:
jennifer:
falken:
jennifer:
falken:
jennifer:
falken:
b
“where have all the flowers gone”
the first three verses were written by pete seeger in 1955, and published in sing out! magazine.[1] additional verses were added by joe hickerson in may 1960, who turned it into a circular song.[2]  in 2010, thenew statesman listed it as one of the “top 20 political songs”.[4]
where have all my young dreams gone, long time passing?
where have all my young dreams gone, long time ago?
where have all my young dreams gone?
young friends have picked them everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn? oh, when will they ever learn? 
where have all my young friends gone, long time passing?
where have all my young friends gone, long time ago?
where have all my young friends gone?
gone for careers everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn? oh, when will they ever learn?
where have all the boomers gone, long time ago?
where have all the boomers gone?
gone for mansions everyone
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn? 
where have all my old friends gone, long time passing?
where have all my old friends gone, long time ago?
where have all my old friends gone?
gone to graveyards, everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn? 
“there is a ripeness of time for death, regarding others as well as ourselves, when it is reasonable we should drop off, and make room for another growth. when we have lived our generation out, we should not wish to encroach on another. i enjoy good health. i am happy in what is around me; yet i assure you, i am ripe for leaving all, this year, this day, this hour.”
to john adams, august 1, 1816
where have all the graveyards gone, long time ago?
where have all the graveyards gone?
gone to old friends, everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn? 
where have all my young dreams gone, long time passing?
where have all my young dreams gone, long time ago?
where have all my young dreams gone?
young friends have picked them everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn?
  “out, out, brief candle!”  
not to become disillusioned becomes the real secret of happiness.
“birth and death are words we chose to describe the doorways in and out of a cycle. this cycle is connected to a larger cycle which awaits our return.  it is all just like breathing.  remove the fear and judgment to recognize the same pattern as a principle everywhere.”
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
about
“a fascist is one whose lust for money or power is combined with such an intensity of intolerance toward those of other races, parties, classes, religions, cultures, regions or nations as to make him ruthless in his use of deceit or violence to attain his ends.”
henry a. wallace
african americans:
“once i got off a trolley in downtown philadelphia and accidentally bumped into an older white woman.  she immediately said “here! take my purse! just don’t hurt me!” i was shocked. i couldn’t believe that she thought i was going to rob her.  when walking down the street, if a white woman is walking in my direction, they often cross the street or clutch their purse more tightly as i approach.  i guess i’m numb to it now, because i expect it.  i think that’s the sad part. there is nothing post-racial about our society.  racism and prejudice have just become more subtle, more nuanced.”
latinos:
,
“being born in the united states, i am automatically a citizen.  i am an american.  but according to society, i’m “too” mexican to be american.  my complexion is too dark to be american.  my dark hair and dark eyes are too mexican to be american. i’m mexican, therefore, i can’t be american…. yet it’s not always just the language barrier that is a struggle, there are constantly stereotypes and racial slurs being put on us everyday.  being from the south, i had to work extra hard at breaking this.  no not all mexican’s are illegal.  sorry trump, we are not all the criminals, drug dealers and rapists that you claim us to be.”
women:
“as sheryl sandberg and adam grant pointed out in 
a recent
 new york times op-ed, when male executives speak up, they receive 10% higher competence ratings; when female executives do the same, their ratings from their peers are 14% lower.  similarly, when male employees offer ideas, they receive higher performance evaluations; when women offer the same ideas, managers’ perceptions of their performance remain unchanged.”
“the cultural acceptance of spousal abuse can be so pervasive that in some countries, large majorities of women say it’s acceptable.  in rwanda, 96 percent of women say the practice can be justified, according to the world values survey.  about two-thirds of women in india and south africa feel the same way.  the attitude is also held by large shares of women in countries across the religious and cultural spectra — china, egypt, iraq, nigeria, peru, the philippines and uzbekistan, to cite a few. 
even in countries where the vast majority of women don’t approve of spousal abuse, the share that do find it potentially acceptable isn’t exactly tiny.  it’s about 1 in 10 in the u.s. and about 1 in 5 in germany.”
alarming number of women think spousal abuse is sometimes ok
disabled:
intellectuals:
“there is a great superficiality in today’s evangelical world.  many bible-believing christians share the contemporary case for self-gratification, emotionalism, and anti-intellectualism. many people who believe in the bible have never read it.”
“our big mistake in modern intellectualism is first and foremost its lack of nuance.  we have made science synonymous with atheism – a presupposed conception and yet, another means to non-sequiturs – and therefore, to a number of enthusiasts determined to go the further, anti-theism.  hereby let us observe that science has long served best and should be, if none other, the one discipline, if at all possible, free of potential ideology, religious or anti-religious, and/or biased presupposition in order to maintain the authenticity and the reliability of its nature.” —
elderly:
“there is also a lack of recognition of the positive contributions that elderly people make to society.  the amount of unpaid childcare provided runs into the tens of billions.  without this form of labor, fewer parents could work and gain fulfillment in their jobs.  indeed, as some local authorities have recognized the 60 plus generation offer a huge reservoir of untapped energy for the voluntary sector.”
by paul donovan
poor:
none of the programs really went far enough in their benefits or stipends or financial assistance to really help as much as was needed by my clients.
ninety percent of my clients wanted to get off welfare.
“saving our planet, lifting people out of poverty, advancing economic growth… these are one and the same fight. we must connect the dots between climate change, water scarcity, energy shortages, global health, food security and women’s empowerment. solutions to one problem must be solutions for all.
ban ki-moon
conclusions:
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
“on an appointed day, herod put on his royal robes, took his seat upon the throne, and delivered an oration to them.  and the people were shouting, “the voice of a god, and not of a man!”  immediately an angel of the lord struck him down, because he did not give god the glory, and he was eaten by worms and breathed his last. …” — acts 12:19-24 
“a prince, whose character is thus marked by every act which may define a tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free people.”
“george templeton strong, a prominent new york lawyer and diarist, wrote that lincoln was “a barbarian, scythian, yahoo, or gorilla.”  henry ward beecher, the connecticut-born preacher and abolitionist, often ridiculed lincoln in his newspaper, the independent (new york), rebuking him for his lack of refinement and calling him “an unshapely man.”  other northern newspapers openly called for his assassination long before john wilkes booth pulled the trigger. he was called a coward, “an idiot,” and “the original gorilla” by none other than the commanding general of his armies, george mcclellan.”
we should respect an office even if the office holder is not worthy of our respect.
yes!
no!
we should only respect an office when the office holder is worthy of respect.
yes! 
no! 
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
family:
women in the home law
mandatory birth act
mandatory birth act
education:
private education act
no more lawyers act
no more lawyers act
books only lie bill
social issues:
america for whites act
christian only act
mandatory religion act
one strike act
2045 purity of purpose bill
against propaganda law
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
carmina burana
o fortuna
like the moon you are changeable, ever waxing and waning; hateful life first oppresses and then soothes as fancy takes it; poverty and power it melts them like ice.
trying against fate – monstrous and empty, you whirling wheel, you are malevolent, well-being is vain and always fades to nothing, shadowed and veiled you plague me too; now through the game i bring my bare back to your villainy.
fate is against me in health and virtue, driven on and weighted down, always enslaved. so at this hour without delay pluck the vibrating strings; since fate strikes down the strong man, everyone weep with me!
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
booker t. washington
those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it
those who do not recognize the patterns around them are doomed to failure.
eliminate the mafia
win the war on drugs
defeat terrorism in the mideast
stop the arms race
 1.  
eliminate the mafia:
win the war on drugs:
by the way, alcohol and nicotine and caffeine are all drugs and at one time or another have all been banned someplace in the world
1906
1914
1915
1922
1924
1937
1938
1942
1951
1951
1956
1965
1966
1968
1970
1972
1973
1973
1973
1978
1984
1986
1988
“america is at war.  we have been fighting drug abuse for almost a century.  four presidents have personally waged war on drugs.  unfortunately, it is a war that we are losing.  drug abusers continue to fill our courts, hospitals, and prisons.  the drug trade causes violent crime that ravages our neighborhoods.  children of drug abusers are neglected, abused, and even abandoned.  the only beneficiaries of this war are organized crime members and drug dealers.” —
stanford university

  (“
the hidden costs of america’s war on drugs
” by
joseph d. mcnamara, the hoover institution, stanford university)
defeat terrorism in the mideast:
“assassins
 (persian|حشاشين}} hashashin) is a name used to refer to the 
medieval
 nizari ismailis.  often described as a secret order led by a mysterious “
old man of the mountain
”, the nizari ismailis were an 
islamic
 sect that formed in the late 11th century from a split within 
ismailism
 – itself a branch of 
shia islam
.”
financial cost of the war on terror : 
human costs of the war on terror:
afghanistan and pakistan:
iraq:
stop the arms race:
“our nation’s security and ability to defend itself is being undermined by the weapons that our enemies have.  we must build new and better weapon systems.  we must increase defense spending.  we risk falling behind in the ability to defend ourselves.”
then we start the process all over again from step 1.  
here is a list of rifles that have been used in the usa since the war of 1776.  the following list does not include carbines.  for a full list of weapon systems and their history see: 
list of individual weapons of the u.s. armed forces
– wikipedia

do we call this progress?  do you call this progress? 
conclusions:
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
falken:
jennifer:
falken:
jennifer:
falken:
jennifer:
falken:
i
“where have all the flowers gone”
the first three verses were written by pete seeger in 1955, and published in sing out! magazine.[1] additional verses were added by joe hickerson in may 1960, who turned it into a circular song.[2]  in 2010, thenew statesman listed it as one of the “top 20 political songs”.[4]
where have all my young dreams gone, long time passing?
where have all my young dreams gone, long time ago?
where have all my young dreams gone?
young friends have picked them everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn? oh, when will they ever learn? 
where have all my young friends gone, long time passing?
where have all my young friends gone, long time ago?
where have all my young friends gone?
gone for careers everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn? oh, when will they ever learn?
where have all the boomers gone, long time ago?
where have all the boomers gone?
gone for mansions everyone
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn? 
where have all my old friends gone, long time passing?
where have all my old friends gone, long time ago?
where have all my old friends gone?
gone to graveyards, everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn? 
“there is a ripeness of time for death, regarding others as well as ourselves, when it is reasonable we should drop off, and make room for another growth. when we have lived our generation out, we should not wish to encroach on another. i enjoy good health. i am happy in what is around me; yet i assure you, i am ripe for leaving all, this year, this day, this hour.”
to john adams, august 1, 1816
where have all the graveyards gone, long time ago?
where have all the graveyards gone?
gone to old friends, everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn? 
where have all my young dreams gone, long time passing?
where have all my young dreams gone, long time ago?
where have all my young dreams gone?
young friends have picked them everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn?
  “out, out, brief candle!”  
not to become disillusioned becomes the real secret of happiness.
“birth and death are words we chose to describe the doorways in and out of a cycle. this cycle is connected to a larger cycle which awaits our return.  it is all just like breathing.  remove the fear and judgment to recognize the same pattern as a principle everywhere.”
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
about
“a fascist is one whose lust for money or power is combined with such an intensity of intolerance toward those of other races, parties, classes, religions, cultures, regions or nations as to make him ruthless in his use of deceit or violence to attain his ends.”
henry a. wallace
african americans:
“once i got off a trolley in downtown philadelphia and accidentally bumped into an older white woman.  she immediately said “here! take my purse! just don’t hurt me!” i was shocked. i couldn’t believe that she thought i was going to rob her.  when walking down the street, if a white woman is walking in my direction, they often cross the street or clutch their purse more tightly as i approach.  i guess i’m numb to it now, because i expect it.  i think that’s the sad part. there is nothing post-racial about our society.  racism and prejudice have just become more subtle, more nuanced.”
latinos:
,
“being born in the united states, i am automatically a citizen.  i am an american.  but according to society, i’m “too” mexican to be american.  my complexion is too dark to be american.  my dark hair and dark eyes are too mexican to be american. i’m mexican, therefore, i can’t be american…. yet it’s not always just the language barrier that is a struggle, there are constantly stereotypes and racial slurs being put on us everyday.  being from the south, i had to work extra hard at breaking this.  no not all mexican’s are illegal.  sorry trump, we are not all the criminals, drug dealers and rapists that you claim us to be.”
women:
“as sheryl sandberg and adam grant pointed out in 
a recent
 new york times op-ed, when male executives speak up, they receive 10% higher competence ratings; when female executives do the same, their ratings from their peers are 14% lower.  similarly, when male employees offer ideas, they receive higher performance evaluations; when women offer the same ideas, managers’ perceptions of their performance remain unchanged.”
“the cultural acceptance of spousal abuse can be so pervasive that in some countries, large majorities of women say it’s acceptable.  in rwanda, 96 percent of women say the practice can be justified, according to the world values survey.  about two-thirds of women in india and south africa feel the same way.  the attitude is also held by large shares of women in countries across the religious and cultural spectra — china, egypt, iraq, nigeria, peru, the philippines and uzbekistan, to cite a few. 
even in countries where the vast majority of women don’t approve of spousal abuse, the share that do find it potentially acceptable isn’t exactly tiny.  it’s about 1 in 10 in the u.s. and about 1 in 5 in germany.”
alarming number of women think spousal abuse is sometimes ok
disabled:
intellectuals:
“there is a great superficiality in today’s evangelical world.  many bible-believing christians share the contemporary case for self-gratification, emotionalism, and anti-intellectualism. many people who believe in the bible have never read it.”
“our big mistake in modern intellectualism is first and foremost its lack of nuance.  we have made science synonymous with atheism – a presupposed conception and yet, another means to non-sequiturs – and therefore, to a number of enthusiasts determined to go the further, anti-theism.  hereby let us observe that science has long served best and should be, if none other, the one discipline, if at all possible, free of potential ideology, religious or anti-religious, and/or biased presupposition in order to maintain the authenticity and the reliability of its nature.” —
elderly:
“there is also a lack of recognition of the positive contributions that elderly people make to society.  the amount of unpaid childcare provided runs into the tens of billions.  without this form of labor, fewer parents could work and gain fulfillment in their jobs.  indeed, as some local authorities have recognized the 60 plus generation offer a huge reservoir of untapped energy for the voluntary sector.”
by paul donovan
poor:
none of the programs really went far enough in their benefits or stipends or financial assistance to really help as much as was needed by my clients.
ninety percent of my clients wanted to get off welfare.
“saving our planet, lifting people out of poverty, advancing economic growth… these are one and the same fight. we must connect the dots between climate change, water scarcity, energy shortages, global health, food security and women’s empowerment. solutions to one problem must be solutions for all.
ban ki-moon
conclusions:
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
“on an appointed day, herod put on his royal robes, took his seat upon the throne, and delivered an oration to them.  and the people were shouting, “the voice of a god, and not of a man!”  immediately an angel of the lord struck him down, because he did not give god the glory, and he was eaten by worms and breathed his last. …” — acts 12:19-24 
“a prince, whose character is thus marked by every act which may define a tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free people.”
“george templeton strong, a prominent new york lawyer and diarist, wrote that lincoln was “a barbarian, scythian, yahoo, or gorilla.”  henry ward beecher, the connecticut-born preacher and abolitionist, often ridiculed lincoln in his newspaper, the independent (new york), rebuking him for his lack of refinement and calling him “an unshapely man.”  other northern newspapers openly called for his assassination long before john wilkes booth pulled the trigger. he was called a coward, “an idiot,” and “the original gorilla” by none other than the commanding general of his armies, george mcclellan.”
we should respect an office even if the office holder is not worthy of our respect.
yes!
no!
we should only respect an office when the office holder is worthy of respect.
yes! 
no! 
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
family:
women in the home law
mandatory birth act
mandatory birth act
education:
private education act
no more lawyers act
no more lawyers act
books only lie bill
social issues:
america for whites act
christian only act
mandatory religion act
one strike act
2045 purity of purpose bill
against propaganda law
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
carmina burana
o fortuna
like the moon you are changeable, ever waxing and waning; hateful life first oppresses and then soothes as fancy takes it; poverty and power it melts them like ice.
trying against fate – monstrous and empty, you whirling wheel, you are malevolent, well-being is vain and always fades to nothing, shadowed and veiled you plague me too; now through the game i bring my bare back to your villainy.
fate is against me in health and virtue, driven on and weighted down, always enslaved. so at this hour without delay pluck the vibrating strings; since fate strikes down the strong man, everyone weep with me!
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
booker t. washington
those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it
those who do not recognize the patterns around them are doomed to failure.
eliminate the mafia
win the war on drugs
defeat terrorism in the mideast
stop the arms race
 1.  
eliminate the mafia:
win the war on drugs:
by the way, alcohol and nicotine and caffeine are all drugs and at one time or another have all been banned someplace in the world
1906
1914
1915
1922
1924
1937
1938
1942
1951
1951
1956
1965
1966
1968
1970
1972
1973
1973
1973
1978
1984
1986
1988
“america is at war.  we have been fighting drug abuse for almost a century.  four presidents have personally waged war on drugs.  unfortunately, it is a war that we are losing.  drug abusers continue to fill our courts, hospitals, and prisons.  the drug trade causes violent crime that ravages our neighborhoods.  children of drug abusers are neglected, abused, and even abandoned.  the only beneficiaries of this war are organized crime members and drug dealers.” —
stanford university

  (“
the hidden costs of america’s war on drugs
” by
joseph d. mcnamara, the hoover institution, stanford university)
defeat terrorism in the mideast:
“assassins
 (persian|حشاشين}} hashashin) is a name used to refer to the 
medieval
 nizari ismailis.  often described as a secret order led by a mysterious “
old man of the mountain
”, the nizari ismailis were an 
islamic
 sect that formed in the late 11th century from a split within 
ismailism
 – itself a branch of 
shia islam
.”
financial cost of the war on terror : 
human costs of the war on terror:
afghanistan and pakistan:
iraq:
stop the arms race:
“our nation’s security and ability to defend itself is being undermined by the weapons that our enemies have.  we must build new and better weapon systems.  we must increase defense spending.  we risk falling behind in the ability to defend ourselves.”
then we start the process all over again from step 1.  
here is a list of rifles that have been used in the usa since the war of 1776.  the following list does not include carbines.  for a full list of weapon systems and their history see: 
list of individual weapons of the u.s. armed forces
– wikipedia

do we call this progress?  do you call this progress? 
conclusions:
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
falken:
jennifer:
falken:
jennifer:
falken:
jennifer:
falken:
em “where have all the flowers gone”
the first three verses were written by pete seeger in 1955, and published in sing out! magazine.[1] additional verses were added by joe hickerson in may 1960, who turned it into a circular song.[2]  in 2010, thenew statesman listed it as one of the “top 20 political songs”.[4]
where have all my young dreams gone, long time passing?
where have all my young dreams gone, long time ago?
where have all my young dreams gone?
young friends have picked them everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn? oh, when will they ever learn? 
where have all my young friends gone, long time passing?
where have all my young friends gone, long time ago?
where have all my young friends gone?
gone for careers everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn? oh, when will they ever learn?
where have all the boomers gone, long time ago?
where have all the boomers gone?
gone for mansions everyone
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn? 
where have all my old friends gone, long time passing?
where have all my old friends gone, long time ago?
where have all my old friends gone?
gone to graveyards, everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn? 
“there is a ripeness of time for death, regarding others as well as ourselves, when it is reasonable we should drop off, and make room for another growth. when we have lived our generation out, we should not wish to encroach on another. i enjoy good health. i am happy in what is around me; yet i assure you, i am ripe for leaving all, this year, this day, this hour.”
to john adams, august 1, 1816
where have all the graveyards gone, long time ago?
where have all the graveyards gone?
gone to old friends, everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn? 
where have all my young dreams gone, long time passing?
where have all my young dreams gone, long time ago?
where have all my young dreams gone?
young friends have picked them everyone.
oh, when will they ever learn?
oh, when will they ever learn?
  “out, out, brief candle!”  
not to become disillusioned becomes the real secret of happiness.
“birth and death are words we chose to describe the doorways in and out of a cycle. this cycle is connected to a larger cycle which awaits our return.  it is all just like breathing.  remove the fear and judgment to recognize the same pattern as a principle everywhere.”
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
about
“a fascist is one whose lust for money or power is combined with such an intensity of intolerance toward those of other races, parties, classes, religions, cultures, regions or nations as to make him ruthless in his use of deceit or violence to attain his ends.”
henry a. wallace
african americans:
“once i got off a trolley in downtown philadelphia and accidentally bumped into an older white woman.  she immediately said “here! take my purse! just don’t hurt me!” i was shocked. i couldn’t believe that she thought i was going to rob her.  when walking down the street, if a white woman is walking in my direction, they often cross the street or clutch their purse more tightly as i approach.  i guess i’m numb to it now, because i expect it.  i think that’s the sad part. there is nothing post-racial about our society.  racism and prejudice have just become more subtle, more nuanced.”
latinos:
,
“being born in the united states, i am automatically a citizen.  i am an american.  but according to society, i’m “too” mexican to be american.  my complexion is too dark to be american.  my dark hair and dark eyes are too mexican to be american. i’m mexican, therefore, i can’t be american…. yet it’s not always just the language barrier that is a struggle, there are constantly stereotypes and racial slurs being put on us everyday.  being from the south, i had to work extra hard at breaking this.  no not all mexican’s are illegal.  sorry trump, we are not all the criminals, drug dealers and rapists that you claim us to be.”
women:
“as sheryl sandberg and adam grant pointed out in 
a recent
 new york times op-ed, when male executives speak up, they receive 10% higher competence ratings; when female executives do the same, their ratings from their peers are 14% lower.  similarly, when male employees offer ideas, they receive higher performance evaluations; when women offer the same ideas, managers’ perceptions of their performance remain unchanged.”
“the cultural acceptance of spousal abuse can be so pervasive that in some countries, large majorities of women say it’s acceptable.  in rwanda, 96 percent of women say the practice can be justified, according to the world values survey.  about two-thirds of women in india and south africa feel the same way.  the attitude is also held by large shares of women in countries across the religious and cultural spectra — china, egypt, iraq, nigeria, peru, the philippines and uzbekistan, to cite a few. 
even in countries where the vast majority of women don’t approve of spousal abuse, the share that do find it potentially acceptable isn’t exactly tiny.  it’s about 1 in 10 in the u.s. and about 1 in 5 in germany.”
alarming number of women think spousal abuse is sometimes ok
disabled:
intellectuals:
“there is a great superficiality in today’s evangelical world.  many bible-believing christians share the contemporary case for self-gratification, emotionalism, and anti-intellectualism. many people who believe in the bible have never read it.”
“our big mistake in modern intellectualism is first and foremost its lack of nuance.  we have made science synonymous with atheism – a presupposed conception and yet, another means to non-sequiturs – and therefore, to a number of enthusiasts determined to go the further, anti-theism.  hereby let us observe that science has long served best and should be, if none other, the one discipline, if at all possible, free of potential ideology, religious or anti-religious, and/or biased presupposition in order to maintain the authenticity and the reliability of its nature.” —
elderly:
“there is also a lack of recognition of the positive contributions that elderly people make to society.  the amount of unpaid childcare provided runs into the tens of billions.  without this form of labor, fewer parents could work and gain fulfillment in their jobs.  indeed, as some local authorities have recognized the 60 plus generation offer a huge reservoir of untapped energy for the voluntary sector.”
by paul donovan
poor:
none of the programs really went far enough in their benefits or stipends or financial assistance to really help as much as was needed by my clients.
ninety percent of my clients wanted to get off welfare.
“saving our planet, lifting people out of poverty, advancing economic growth… these are one and the same fight. we must connect the dots between climate change, water scarcity, energy shortages, global health, food security and women’s empowerment. solutions to one problem must be solutions for all.
ban ki-moon
conclusions:
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
“on an appointed day, herod put on his royal robes, took his seat upon the throne, and delivered an oration to them.  and the people were shouting, “the voice of a god, and not of a man!”  immediately an angel of the lord struck him down, because he did not give god the glory, and he was eaten by worms and breathed his last. …” — acts 12:19-24 
“a prince, whose character is thus marked by every act which may define a tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free people.”
“george templeton strong, a prominent new york lawyer and diarist, wrote that lincoln was “a barbarian, scythian, yahoo, or gorilla.”  henry ward beecher, the connecticut-born preacher and abolitionist, often ridiculed lincoln in his newspaper, the independent (new york), rebuking him for his lack of refinement and calling him “an unshapely man.”  other northern newspapers openly called for his assassination long before john wilkes booth pulled the trigger. he was called a coward, “an idiot,” and “the original gorilla” by none other than the commanding general of his armies, george mcclellan.”
we should respect an office even if the office holder is not worthy of our respect.
yes!
no!
we should only respect an office when the office holder is worthy of respect.
yes! 
no! 
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
family:
women in the home law
mandatory birth act
mandatory birth act
education:
private education act
no more lawyers act
no more lawyers act
books only lie bill
social issues:
america for whites act
christian only act
mandatory religion act
one strike act
2045 purity of purpose bill
against propaganda law
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
carmina burana
o fortuna
like the moon you are changeable, ever waxing and waning; hateful life first oppresses and then soothes as fancy takes it; poverty and power it melts them like ice.
trying against fate – monstrous and empty, you whirling wheel, you are malevolent, well-being is vain and always fades to nothing, shadowed and veiled you plague me too; now through the game i bring my bare back to your villainy.
fate is against me in health and virtue, driven on and weighted down, always enslaved. so at this hour without delay pluck the vibrating strings; since fate strikes down the strong man, everyone weep with me!
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
booker t. washington
those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it
those who do not recognize the patterns around them are doomed to failure.
eliminate the mafia
win the war on drugs
defeat terrorism in the mideast
stop the arms race
 1.  
eliminate the mafia:
win the war on drugs:
by the way, alcohol and nicotine and caffeine are all drugs and at one time or another have all been banned someplace in the world
1906
1914
1915
1922
1924
1937
1938
1942
1951
1951
1956
1965
1966
1968
1970
1972
1973
1973
1973
1978
1984
1986
1988
“america is at war.  we have been fighting drug abuse for almost a century.  four presidents have personally waged war on drugs.  unfortunately, it is a war that we are losing.  drug abusers continue to fill our courts, hospitals, and prisons.  the drug trade causes violent crime that ravages our neighborhoods.  children of drug abusers are neglected, abused, and even abandoned.  the only beneficiaries of this war are organized crime members and drug dealers.” —
stanford university

  (“
the hidden costs of america’s war on drugs
” by
joseph d. mcnamara, the hoover institution, stanford university)
defeat terrorism in the mideast:
“assassins
 (persian|حشاشين}} hashashin) is a name used to refer to the 
medieval
 nizari ismailis.  often described as a secret order led by a mysterious “
old man of the mountain
”, the nizari ismailis were an 
islamic
 sect that formed in the late 11th century from a split within 
ismailism
 – itself a branch of 
shia islam
.”
financial cost of the war on terror : 
human costs of the war on terror:
afghanistan and pakistan:
iraq:
stop the arms race:
“our nation’s security and ability to defend itself is being undermined by the weapons that our enemies have.  we must build new and better weapon systems.  we must increase defense spending.  we risk falling behind in the ability to defend ourselves.”
then we start the process all over again from step 1.  
here is a list of rifles that have been used in the usa since the war of 1776.  the following list does not include carbines.  for a full list of weapon systems and their history see: 
list of individual weapons of the u.s. armed forces
– wikipedia

do we call this progress?  do you call this progress? 
conclusions:
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
falken:
jennifer:
falken:
jennifer:
falken:
jennifer:
falken:
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aging capriciously outrageous thoughts on life, love and death home about where have all my young friends gone? 24 feb 2017 10 comments by johnpersico in uncategorized as many of you know pete seeger died on the january 27, 2014 at the age of 94.  he was one of the greatest folk singers and protest singers of all time.  his mission in life was to spread peace through his music and songwriting.   the song “where have all the flowers gone” is widely attributed to pete.  if fact, wikipedia gives the following etiology: the first three verses were written by pete seeger in 1955, and published in sing out! magazine.[1] additional verses were added by joe hickerson in may 1960, who turned it into a circular song.[2]  in 2010, thenew statesman listed it as one of the “top 20 political songs”.[4] i have taken the liberty of altering the verses of this song for my blog.  i was reminiscing on some old photos the other day about friends, dreams, hopes, aspirations and loves that are now long gone.  perhaps my recent surgery has made me realize my mortality.  while i never thought or even hoped to live forever, i often felt that i might.  friends were always telling me how strong, vital, energetic and healthy i was.  i prided myself on my condition and my ability to overcome the normal aches and pains of the world. i would like to use each “modified” verse from pete’s song to simply express some feelings that i have about life and death.  meditations on life and death were the purpose of this song, so i am staying true to its roots and intentions.  so many great singers have sung this song that it is hard to choose one to listen to.  however, as with many of my writings, i encourage you to click on the link and then listen to the song as you read my blog.  for someone to sing this song, i can think of no one more fitting and appropriate then pete seeger:  where have all the flowers gone? where have all my young dreams gone, long time passing? where have all my young dreams gone, long time ago? where have all my young dreams gone? young friends have picked them everyone. oh, when will they ever learn? oh, when will they ever learn?  i grew up with hopes and dreams for my life and the world.  like many a young man, i ignored many of these dreams or did not realize the dedication and effort that it would actually take to make them a reality.  i played around with having my cake and eating it.  i thought that those who had “made” it got lucky or as we used to say in my old neighborhood, “they got the breaks.”  other friends plucked some of these dreams as many of them were common to our culture.  i grew up as a “baby boomer” having been born on the cusp of this new wave in 1946.  we were going to change the world.  we would end war, sexism, racism, greed, hunger and environmental damage. where have all my young friends gone, long time passing? where have all my young friends gone, long time ago? where have all my young friends gone? gone for careers everyone. oh, when will they ever learn? oh, when will they ever learn? something happened though.  protests were difficult.  the system did not change overnight.  peace was elusive.  the people we thought wanted help spurned our offers.  we could not fix the world overnight.  the world resisted our best efforts.  so we decided to just fix ourselves.  many of us went back to college, either on the gi bill or with loans, grants and parental support.  we decided that maybe it was the way to change the world.  on the way to our super careers, we got married, had children, got fat and simply wanted to escape from crime, poverty and man’s inhumanity to man. we moved to the suburbs and bought three bedroom homes with swimming pools and decks in the back so we did not have to see our neighbors.  we joined self-help groups, learned transcendental meditation, vegetarianism and gestalt therapy.  our focus turned inward and we started to look at the world through prisms of narcissism and self-interest.  if we could not change the world, at least we could make a fortune; have perfect kids and a perfect marriage. where have all the boomers gone, long time passing? where have all the boomers gone, long time ago? where have all the boomers gone? gone for mansions everyone oh, when will they ever learn? oh, when will they ever learn?  in a true irony of the dreams once held by boomers everywhere, the “greatest generation” had begat the “greediest generation.”   hippies had turned into insurance agents and advertising executives.   education for knowledge was lost in the need to obtain “marketable” job skills.  we turned inward and lost our souls.  technology replaced our dreams for humanity.  three car garages and a house on the beach or in the mountains became our driving mission.   macmansions sprang up everywhere.  we became more concerned with the corporate vision statement then we did with the vision statement for humanity. of course, there were holdouts everywhere who became “old hippies” but they were derided as not being able to face reality.  the social revolutions we dreamed about became replaced by media and image revolutions.  what you knew was no longer as important as how you looked or who you knew.  friends, followers and likes have become the norm for measuring social standing.  gucci, prada, nike, coach and other brand names became worth killing for or at least sacrificing our dreams for.   we wanted only the best for our kids, but the hell with your kids. where have all my old friends gone, long time passing? where have all my old friends gone, long time ago? where have all my old friends gone? gone to graveyards, everyone. oh, when will they ever learn? oh, when will they ever learn?  having read that the u.s. life expectancy in 2011 was 78.7 years, does not really do justice to the effects that human mortality have on you as you age.  there are several reasons for this including:  accidents, murders, fatal diseases and the inevitable bell shaped distribution of “normal deaths”.  this latter fact means that if the average age of death is 79 years, then some people will die well before 80 and some will live much longer than 79.  the implications of this normal distribution of death is that i have gone to many funerals and observed many more funerals of friends and relatives who have died long before their “average” death should have occurred.  i have known joggers and marathon runners who have died of heart attacks or strokes in their thirties. it seems hardly a day goes by when i do not hear of a friend or a friend of a friend who has passed away or been given a fatal prognosis for some malady they were never aware of.   the old adage about the only sure thing being “death and taxes” comes repeatedly to my mind.  in the last three weeks, we have had to purchase three sympathy cards for friends whose spouses or close relatives have passed away.  this trend only grows worse as you get older.  instead of deaths each year, it becomes deaths each month and for me now it is close to being a death each week.  who needs to be reminded about mortality?  the biggest questions become whether to try to attend the funeral, send flowers, send a card, send a donation or all of the aforementioned.   i don’t want to sound cynical.  this is simply life as you get older.  thomas jefferson once wrote to john adams: “there is a ripeness of time for death, regarding others as well as ourselves, when it is reasonable we should drop off, and make room for another growth. when we have lived our generation out, we should not wish to encroach on another. i enjoy good health. i am happy in what is around me; yet i assure you, i am ripe for leaving all, this year, this day, this hour.” to john adams, august 1, 1816 i have joked that after my surgery results indicated that the cancer was entirely removed, i could live to die in fifteen or so years from something else.   actually, i was being literal and not really joking.  the mortality tables for an american caucasian male who has reached 65 years of age, show that i have a good probability of living another 15 years of so.   that’s good news except that the way time flies when you get older, fifteen years no longer seems like a long time.  it is certainly not enough time for me to change the world and end war and hunger.  i guess i will have to work on something else, perhaps slowing time down some.  j where have all the graveyards gone, long time passing? where have all the graveyards gone, long time ago? where have all the graveyards gone? gone to old friends, everyone. oh, when will they ever learn? oh, when will they ever learn?  have you ever visited a graveyard?  they are one of my interesting places to visit.  i know that might sound morbid or strange but let me tell you some reasons why i think they are so interesting.  once upon a time, my father told me that “i had nothing to fear in a graveyard.  i had more to fear from the living than the dead.”  i have always remembered his words and i fear no dead beings:  no vampires, no werewolves, no zombies, no ghosts, no goblins and no undead bother me in the least.  i do worry about many of the living though.   this is just one reason why i find graveyards as peaceful and contemplative places to spend a short time. a second reason is my interest in history.  many graveyards can tell you much about the past.  the inscriptions, dates, type of deaths, genealogy of deaths, place of death and manner of deaths are a treasure trove of interest if you have any curiosity in how people lived.  the history of many cemeteries and the history of those buried in these cemeteries is an encyclopedia of past life.  you can learn more in a graveyard than you can in many history books. a third reason is the cultural diversity that one finds in cemeteries.  certainly many countries differ in how they bury their dead and the accoutrements that are interred with them.  this alone is fascinating.  karen and i have visited graveyards in about every country that we have been to.  each country has some very unique features about their graveyards.  however, even within the usa and even within cemeteries in a single city in the usa, you will find a great deal of cultural diversity.  some of it reflects social biases such as racism, where you find whites and blacks buried separately and some of it reflects religion (jewish cemeteries, catholic cemeteries, etc.) and some of it reflects economic status (rich versus poor) symbols and edifices in many cemeteries. cemeteries are of also interesting because of who is buried there.  you may not meet too many famous celebrities in your lifetime but i guarantee that there are a whole host of them you can visit who are now resting in their graves.  many grave markers are fascinating in the comments that have been engraved in them.  boot hill cemetery in tombstone, arizona is famous for its epitaphs on the tombstones.  one of my favorite books is spoon river anthology by edgar lee masters in which the dead speak out from their graves about the life they once lived. new cemeteries are built to house the new generation while older cemeteries are eventually lost to the ravages of time and nature.  nothing seems more striking then to be hiking someplace remote and come across an old cemetery from the eighteenth or nineteenth century.  any cemeteries older than that and you would need to be an archeologist to find them. where have all my young dreams gone, long time passing? where have all my young dreams gone, long time ago? where have all my young dreams gone? young friends have picked them everyone. oh, when will they ever learn? oh, when will they ever learn? what was it shakespeare said about man’s life?  that it is but a walking shadow.  that we strut about on a stage as though we were important; but in reality, our tales will be told by idiots and our lives are merely entertainment and signifying nothing.  “out, out, brief candle!”   too brief for most of us!  we may wonder why we were not designed to live for two hundred or even five hundred years. do you remember the twilight story by rod serling of the man who sold his soul for immortality?   the escape clause written in by the devil was that he could die anytime he was tired of living.  he laughed since he thought he would live for a thousand or more years, however within weeks he had grown bored with life and he exercised his escape clause and died of a heart attack.   be careful of what you ask for is very often an accurate statement. we create dreams and hopes and our lives our fueled by these dreams and visions.  some of us dream of the sacred, some of us of the mundane but perhaps more of us of the profane.   many of us realize our dreams only to find out that we did not want them.  we often sell our souls much too cheaply.  the unintended consequences of life are always much greater than our imaginations could project.   timothy leary dies of prostate cancer.  jerry rubin becomes an insurance salesman.   abbie hoffman commits suicide.  huey newton killed by former members of the black panther party.  google goes from counterculture to mainstream culture.   movies are made about steve jobs and mark zuckerberg.  youtube and wikipedia are accepted as legitimate venues for research and education.  villains become heroes and heroes are found to be villains.   not to become disillusioned becomes the real secret of happiness. what goes around does not simply come around; it is morphed in the ever changing cycle of life and becomes something new and unrecognizable.   dreams and hopes are continually recycled from one generation to the next.  each generation takes its chance at the cycle in often vain attempts to make a difference.  eventually they will run out of energy and steam and it is then left to the next generation to keep the cycle of dreams and hopes turning. “birth and death are words we chose to describe the doorways in and out of a cycle. this cycle is connected to a larger cycle which awaits our return.  it is all just like breathing.  remove the fear and judgment to recognize the same pattern as a principle everywhere.” ― franklin gillette time for questions: how does the cycle of life and death affect you?  is it something you think about?  do you see other cycles in your life?  which cycles are the most important to you?  does it do any good to try to change a cycle?  can we make a difference or is it all fate?  how would we know if we did not try?  where have you made a difference?  where do you wish you had or could have made a difference? what stopped you?   what would you do different if you were born again?  what if you knew you would go on being born again and again?  how would your life be different? life is just beginning. i have a good friend and we argue all the time about fate and destiny and what we can change and what we can not change.   i say we can make a difference and that life is not predetermined.  each time we breathe we choose.  does this make me an existentialist? i say my friend is a determinist but he has many compelling arguments which are often hard to dispute.     share this:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailpinterestpocketprinttumblrgoogleredditlike this:like loading... the inadequacy paradigm 14 feb 2017 3 comments by johnpersico in uncategorized tags: bigotry, christ, christianity, church, hate, inadequacy, inferiority, prejudice, racism, religion, xenophobia have you ever felt that you were not pretty enough, smart enough, coordinated enough, talented enough, handsome enough, strong enough or fast enough?  if so, you were suffering from the “inadequacy paradigm.”  a paradigm is a model or template for thought or behavior.  feeling inadequate is one of the major paradigms of american society.  the marketplace wants you to feel inadequate because then they can sell you products and services that will make you feel “adequate.” there are beauty products, breast enhancements, hair implants, plastic surgery, expensive cars, perfume, jewelry, large homes, designer clothes, college degrees and many other products or services designed to help you feel less inadequate and more adequate.  we all want to feel adequate which means we must somehow learn to escape or jettison our inadequacy paradigms.  the marketplace strategy involves spending huge amounts of money on a regular basis to escape the “inadequacy paradigm.”  this strategy is often a failure as money and products cannot provide for real happiness or address some of the cultural biases, prejudices, racism and bigotry that contribute to the “inadequacy paradigm.” “a fascist is one whose lust for money or power is combined with such an intensity of intolerance toward those of other races, parties, classes, religions, cultures, regions or nations as to make him ruthless in his use of deceit or violence to attain his ends.” — henry a. wallace when i was growing up in new york city during the fifties, many of the popular singers were italian.  there was fabian, frankie avalon, connie francis, dion, dean martin and many others.  most of the famous male singers had traditional italian good looks being tall dark and handsome.  my father (6’ 4” tall) fit this model but my mother was irish.  i (much to my chagrin) took after my mother.  i was short (5’ 8”) light skinned, brown thin hair with very nondescript looks.  no woman ever looked at me twice in high school.  i did inherit a good brain and cannot attest which side it came from.  nevertheless, brainy nerdy intellectual guys had no more demand among the attractive high school girls in the fifties and sixties than they do now.  beauty would seem to always trump brains in our society. now there are many different aspects or subdivisions of the “inadequacy paradigm.”  there is a division for blacks, latinos, women, disabled, intellectuals, old people and of course poor people.  if you belong to any one or more of these categories there are special rules that will be directed to you to help you feel even more inadequate than average. (racism and xenophobia create their own paradigms of inadequacy which go well beyond madison avenue but are supplemented by madison avenue to a large degree).  as a white male growing up in an italian neighborhood, my complaints will not doubt seem trivial to individuals in these other “inadequacy categories.”  let’s look at each group and see if we can perhaps walk a mile in their shoes.  what would it be like if you were in one of these other categories.  now, one caveat must be shared.  if you are white and rich, you will probably be able to escape the most noticeable effects of the “inadequacy paradigm.”  for rich white folks, money provides a means to ameliorate the more consequential effects of inadequacy.  money can’t buy you love but it can buy you many other things to make you feel better. african americans: what is it like growing up black in america in the 21st century?  has years of affirmative action, civil rights and even a black president mitigated the effects of the “inadequacy paradigm” for our african american citizens? i decided to approach a black man who was walking down my street.  i started to walk towards him and i yelled out “hey, i need to talk to you.”  he immediately threw up his hands, laid on the ground and starting shouting “hands up, don’t shoot.”  i hollered out “i am not a cop.”  he got to his feet and said “sorry, just an instinctive reaction.  how can i help you?”  “well, i said, i just wanted to ask you what it was like being “black in america today?” brian lipscomb, it professional and web programmer/website designer “once i got off a trolley in downtown philadelphia and accidentally bumped into an older white woman.  she immediately said “here! take my purse! just don’t hurt me!” i was shocked. i couldn’t believe that she thought i was going to rob her.  when walking down the street, if a white woman is walking in my direction, they often cross the street or clutch their purse more tightly as i approach.  i guess i’m numb to it now, because i expect it.  i think that’s the sad part. there is nothing post-racial about our society.  racism and prejudice have just become more subtle, more nuanced.” latinos: many latino people in the usa have been residents since before the pilgrims arrived.  with the annexation of mexican territory after the mexican american war and the subsequent gadsden purchase, many former mexican citizens elected to become american citizens.  the border between mexico and the us was porous for many years with much travel back and forth. many mexican americans have families and friends still living in mexico.  there has always been a white bias towards mexican americans and others from south of the border but recently this bias seems to have escalated.  part of the reason for this lies in the drug wars but much of it is rooted in a xenophobia directed to latinos who do not have traditional northern european customs.   latinos have become an increasingly larger segment of the population in many southwestern cities. but what is it like being a latino?  we know that with the election of donald trump and his talk of building a border wall and deporting “latino rapists” that he has fanned the fears of xenophobia common among many southwestern whites.  there is no doubt that numerous latino people residing in the southwest and other parts of the usa are now uncertain about their future as us citizens. brittany escalera, college student “being born in the united states, i am automatically a citizen.  i am an american.  but according to society, i’m “too” mexican to be american.  my complexion is too dark to be american.  my dark hair and dark eyes are too mexican to be american. i’m mexican, therefore, i can’t be american…. yet it’s not always just the language barrier that is a struggle, there are constantly stereotypes and racial slurs being put on us everyday.  being from the south, i had to work extra hard at breaking this.  no not all mexican’s are illegal.  sorry trump, we are not all the criminals, drug dealers and rapists that you claim us to be.” women: of course, i cannot speak for being a woman in america.  but i do not have to be female to see that women must also suffer from the “inadequacy paradigm.” “as sheryl sandberg and adam grant pointed out in a recent new york times op-ed, when male executives speak up, they receive 10% higher competence ratings; when female executives do the same, their ratings from their peers are 14% lower.  similarly, when male employees offer ideas, they receive higher performance evaluations; when women offer the same ideas, managers’ perceptions of their performance remain unchanged.”  — what’s holding women back? if the bias in the workplace is not bad enough to insult many women, the bias they face in the home is even worse.  the rates of domestic abuse and rape in american society are shameful.  but perhaps the worse indicator of the “inferiority paradigm” for women lies in the number of women who think they deserve such treatment. “the cultural acceptance of spousal abuse can be so pervasive that in some countries, large majorities of women say it’s acceptable.  in rwanda, 96 percent of women say the practice can be justified, according to the world values survey.  about two-thirds of women in india and south africa feel the same way.  the attitude is also held by large shares of women in countries across the religious and cultural spectra — china, egypt, iraq, nigeria, peru, the philippines and uzbekistan, to cite a few.  even in countries where the vast majority of women don’t approve of spousal abuse, the share that do find it potentially acceptable isn’t exactly tiny.  it’s about 1 in 10 in the u.s. and about 1 in 5 in germany.”  — alarming number of women think spousal abuse is sometimes ok — nurith aizenman many women are now worried in the usa due to the election of a president who openly bragged about his right to grab a women’s “pussy” because he was rich and privileged.  many of his supporters were men and women who belong to fundamentalist religions that believe women have no place in politics or in the business world and that their only role is to bear children for men.  thus, after years of battling to achieve equality with men, women now face the prospect of losing many of the hard-earned rights that they fought for and won. disabled: one of my best friends committed suicide about a year ago.  he was a cerebral palsy victim who had dedicated his life to helping fight for more rights for disabled people.  he walked crablike and had to use walking sticks to keep his balance.  his head was always cocked at an odd angle due to his disability.  he was two years younger than i was and died at the age of 67.  brian took his own life because he could fast see a time approaching when he would no longer be able to live on his own.  brian was a fiercely independent man who struggled to obtain dignity in a society that does not always respect people who are disabled. i first saw brian when he would come into the town bakery to buy donuts or for lunch.  i was usually sitting with a bunch of locals who knew brian and several had gone to school with brian.  i was uncomfortable with the way they seemed to greet brian and their response towards him.  it became disagreeable enough to me that i stopped my morning coffee sessions with this group.  instead, i found a group of people at the library who met for coffee each day.  brian was among the group at the library and we became good friends. brian told me many stories of how he was treated as though he was mentally disabled rather than physically disabled.  on several occasions that we went out together, it was clear that people wanted to avoid dealing with brian.  for brian, it must have felt like being a leper.  i am sure that much of the bias towards brian was not intentionally hateful.  nevertheless, it still was difficult for brian to deal with.  brian wanted to be treated as a normal person and not someone with a disability.  his strong desire to be normal ultimately led to his ending his life. the following chart shows the changes in employment for disabled people in the usa since 1991.  notice the “progress” is backwards. intellectuals: if you have not read hofstadter’s “anti-intellectualism in america life” i heartily recommend it. i have often joked that the worst discrimination in america seems to be saved for people who think.  many companies trumpet their desire for “out of the box” thinkers.  this is usually nothing more than a well parroted display of self-deception.  what human resources and the company are really looking for is “people who fit in.”  people who are iconoclasts, people who are critical thinkers, people who rock the boat “need not apply here.” intellectuals include nerds, free thinkers, geeks and anyone who works with ideas as opposed to building things or throwing things.  academics are often lumped in with this category since most people assume an academic to be a brilliant thinker.  this is very often a misplaced assumption.  people in the arts including music and theater are often very intellectual but they somehow manage to escape the opprobrium reserved for pure thinkers. if you think i am exaggerating on the bias that is reserved for intellectuals, you should turn on any right wing talk show like rush limbaugh or sean hannity and listen to them for a while. it won’t be long before they are attacking commie pinko faggot intellectuals for all the problems in america. “there is a great superficiality in today’s evangelical world.  many bible-believing christians share the contemporary case for self-gratification, emotionalism, and anti-intellectualism. many people who believe in the bible have never read it.” — gene edward veith jr. i must mention one of the dumbest stupid-ass tv shows i have ever seen.  it is the epitome of anti-intellectualism in america today.  it is called the “big bang theory.”  it is supposedly about genius and of course the geniuses in this show have ph.d.’s but absolutely no common sense or interpersonal skills. they are also geeky with no athletic skills and about zero muscle mass on their puny frames.  this show portrays how much of america views intellectuals. “our big mistake in modern intellectualism is first and foremost its lack of nuance.  we have made science synonymous with atheism – a presupposed conception and yet, another means to non-sequiturs – and therefore, to a number of enthusiasts determined to go the further, anti-theism.  hereby let us observe that science has long served best and should be, if none other, the one discipline, if at all possible, free of potential ideology, religious or anti-religious, and/or biased presupposition in order to maintain the authenticity and the reliability of its nature.” —–  criss jami elderly: every so often, my wife and i like to go to a pow wow.  i remember one of the first we went to and they had a free dinner for all attendees.  as we stood in line waiting our turn to get up to the food table, a young man came up and said “oh elders go to the front of the line.”  i said “i am not a native american.”  he said “it did not matter” and escorted my wife and i to the front of the line with the other elders.  other pow wows that i have attended have had a special line for elders.  i was pretty much blown away by this deference.  it was totally unexpected but greatly appreciated. many venues and shops have discounts for seniors or “senior days” where food is cheaper or there are discounts for those over fifty-five or sixty.  i am not impressed by these as you and i know it has nothing to do with “respect” for the elderly.  it has more to do with getting more of our money.  respect for the elderly seems to be dwindling the older i get. both my wife and i have noticed that increasingly when we go to a clinic anymore with a health problem such as a sore hip or sore shoulder, we often get responses like “oh, it is just part of getting old, you will just have to live with it.”  instead of investigating to see if some our problem might be amenable to treatment, we are simply told to more of less “suck it up.” “there is also a lack of recognition of the positive contributions that elderly people make to society.  the amount of unpaid childcare provided runs into the tens of billions.  without this form of labor, fewer parents could work and gain fulfillment in their jobs.  indeed, as some local authorities have recognized the 60 plus generation offer a huge reservoir of untapped energy for the voluntary sector.”  — why do we treat elderly people so badly? — by paul donovan poor: the “poor” otherwise known as lazy, drug addicts, stupid, trailer trash, welfare bums, welfare cheats, handout recipients, bag people, curb people and homeless.  the poor in america are thought by many to be poor by choice and not by chance.  this makes it much easier to denigrate them and to blame them for their poverty.  when someone picks their lifestyle, it is much harder to be sympathetic for the choices they have made. in 1978, i had finished my master’s degree in counseling and i took a position as a manpower counselor ii with the state of wisconsin in the department of industry labor and human relations or dilhr as it was known then.  my job entailed working with the win or work incentive program to help families who were receiving welfare (afdc or aid to families with dependent children) find gainful employment so they could get off welfare.  i also worked with the indochinese refugee assistance program (ihrap) and the labor education and advancement program (leap) to help mainly southeast asian refugees in the ihrap program and women and minorities in the leap program find jobs.  i worked with several other job training programs as well.  the bottom line of all my programs and effort was to help people find employment by which they would become self-sufficient. now there are two interesting points i want to make gleaned from my two years working in these programs with mostly poor and under-privileged people. none of the programs really went far enough in their benefits or stipends or financial assistance to really help as much as was needed by my clients. i am not going to say that many benefits were not helpful.  we could offer financial incentives to employers, daycare benefits, transportation help and even some educational benefits.  these were in addition to the monthly welfare checks that many families were receiving.  nevertheless, the key to getting off welfare was to provide enough education to help the client to break out of the cycle of poverty.  only education would help those who wanted to climb the proverbial “ladder of opportunity.”  unfortunately, the ladders that were being provided never seemed to have enough rungs in them.  whether through stupidity, frugality or simply underestimating what was needed, many people could not get enough help to break out of poverty. ninety percent of my clients wanted to get off welfare. there is a pernicious and vicious myth that most people on welfare like it and want to stay on it.  nothing, could be further from the truth.  i worked with hundreds of welfare clients and the clear majority (90 percent or better) wanted to find a good job and become self-sufficient. yes, i encountered some welfare cheats and some welfare dependent people who had little or no incentive to gain employment and lose their welfare checks.  however, these were a small minority of the clients that i saw in my two years working with the win program.   even these individuals often had severe handicaps either physically or mentally which would have made holding gainful employment near impossible.  the average person does not realize how many barriers and hardships face some of the poor in this country. “saving our planet, lifting people out of poverty, advancing economic growth… these are one and the same fight. we must connect the dots between climate change, water scarcity, energy shortages, global health, food security and women’s empowerment. solutions to one problem must be solutions for all. — ban ki-moon conclusions: we have a pervasive problem that i labeled the “inadequacy paradigm.”  much of it is caused by racism, xenophobia, prejudice, stereotypes and bigotry.  the majority of it is systemic and will need major changes in policies and institutions in this country to eliminate.  however, it is felt on a very personal level.  feelings of inadequacy may be conveyed by others and cultural mores but they are received by an individual who assimilates these feelings into their psyche.  thus, inadequacy becomes a personal problem and not simply a social problem.  inadequacy is not “out there” it is right inside.  the vast numbers of suicides in our society are testament to the inadequacy that many of our fellow citizens feel.   this includes whites as well as minorities. suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the usa 44,000 people die every year by suicide (2015) white males accounted for 7 of 10 suicides in 2015. what can we do to overcome these problems?  clearly education and social support systems must be developed and deployed.  if we see the problem of inadequacy as something that is “not my problem” nothing will be done.  we have people who refuse to spend one dime of their taxes to help others because of selfishness and greed.  we have many who want to label america as a christian nation, but they do not practice christianity. any church that does not practice tolerance for the oppressed, charity for the poor and compassion for the needy, regardless of what religion they belong to, should not call themselves a christian church.  they should call themselves a hate church.  hate leads to prejudice and bigotry and these are the primary factors in the inadequacy paradigm.  destroy prejudice and bigotry and we will create a society with many more well-adjusted people. time for questions: what makes you feel inadequate?  why?  what do you do about it?  how do you think you could help others who feel inadequate? life is just beginning. “i have had to experience so much stupidity, so many vices, so much error, so much nausea, disillusionment and sorrow, just in order to become a child again and begin anew.  i had to experience despair, i had to sink to the greatest mental depths, to thoughts of suicide, in order to experience grace.”  — hermann hesse share this:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailpinterestpocketprinttumblrgoogleredditlike this:like loading... the man or the office?  which do we respect? 06 feb 2017 2 comments by johnpersico in uncategorized tags: integrity, office, president, respect, title, trump hardly a day goes by that i don’t wonder whether i should call him chump, asshole or mr. president.  there are many decrying the use of my pejorative adjectives to describe our new president.  they say “even if you do not respect the man, you must respect the office.”  this rule (i know not where it began) seems to have taken the form of “common knowledge” as though there was some ancient prescription that admonished us to always respect an elected or appointed official. ironically, the man in office now gave no respect to his predecessor.  beginning with the birther conspiracy before obama even took office and continuing right up until his election, the man now in office took every opportunity to denigrate and insult president barack obama.  nevertheless, i am not using this as an argument to insult our new president.  it fails the test of morality in that we all know “two wrongs do not make a right.” my dilemma stems from my difficulty with understanding whether we should assign respect to an office regardless of the character of the individual that might be in it.  perhaps history could shed some light on this issue for us.  what does history tell us about this question?  is it really a universal law that we must respect the office even if we do not respect the man?  have people in the past always respected the office even when they disliked the office holder?  should we respect the office or the office holder? let us go back to the time of israel under the roman occupation when herod was king.  what did they say about herod? “on an appointed day, herod put on his royal robes, took his seat upon the throne, and delivered an oration to them.  and the people were shouting, “the voice of a god, and not of a man!”  immediately an angel of the lord struck him down, because he did not give god the glory, and he was eaten by worms and breathed his last. …” — acts 12:19-24  marching forward in time to the period of the revolutionary war when george the iii was ruler of the american colonies, what did they think of king george?  here is what is written in the declaration of independence: “a prince, whose character is thus marked by every act which may define a tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free people.” our second president john adams was called a “hideous hermaphroditical character which has neither the force and firmness of a man, nor the gentleness and sensibility of a woman.” by james callender, a supporter of thomas jefferson. the insults were returned by adams supporters who called jefferson a “a mean-spirited, low-lived fellow, the son of a half-breed indian squaw, sired by a virginia mulatto father.” president abraham lincoln who is today revered by many as either the greatest or second greatest president in american history received even more scorn than jefferson or adams from his contemporaries: “george templeton strong, a prominent new york lawyer and diarist, wrote that lincoln was “a barbarian, scythian, yahoo, or gorilla.”  henry ward beecher, the connecticut-born preacher and abolitionist, often ridiculed lincoln in his newspaper, the independent (new york), rebuking him for his lack of refinement and calling him “an unshapely man.”  other northern newspapers openly called for his assassination long before john wilkes booth pulled the trigger. he was called a coward, “an idiot,” and “the original gorilla” by none other than the commanding general of his armies, george mcclellan.” —- knowledge nuts i could cite pages of examples such as the above.  history is full of examples of insults levied against presidents, kings and many other office holders.  i listed only a few to show that insults against an office are nothing new.  however, does this make it right or are these insults simply a lack of character?  what are our obligations to an “office?”   this question might be posed in one of two ways: we should respect an office even if the office holder is not worthy of our respect. yes!  we should respect an office because it represents an agreed upon authority.  if offices had no authority, institutions would break down and there would be no rule of order.   democracy is based on the acceptance of authority emanating from the will of the masses.  no one person is above the masses in a democracy. no!  an office has no intrinsic entitlement to respect.  the respect for an office comes from the office holder and not the other way around.  to simply respect a title because it is a title is both illogical and dangerous.  one can think of the harm that was caused by the respect that the fuhrer had in germany because he was the leader even when many disagreed with his policies and his behavior. we should only respect an office when the office holder is worthy of respect. yes!  people can only remain free and independent absent of an authority that comes solely from titles, ranks and names.  if we obey or show respect for an office that is in violation of ethics or morality, we give away our free will.  massacres, murders and other atrocities often arise from a group mentality or an unwarranted willingness to acquiesce to authority.  an office is not entitled to respect unless the office holder imbues the office with respect. no!  people must show respect to the institution or office regardless of who the office holder is.  we must recognize that in the case of trump, millions of americans chose him over hillary.  to disrespect trump is to disrespect the millions of citizens in this country who following the laws of the land duly elected him to the office of potus. well, there you have it.  i think i have laid out the “two sides of the coin.”   now it is time for you to weigh in with your opinions.  do not sit this one out.  put your opinions in the comments section and let me hear from you. time for questions: what do you think? how would you answer these questions? life is just beginning. “in a few days, i will lay down my official responsibilities in this office, to take up once more the only title in our democracy superior to that of president: the title of citizen.” — farewell address, president jimmy carter. for another opinion on this issue, see the article by jonathan chait. must we respect the office of the presidency? share this:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailpinterestpocketprinttumblrgoogleredditlike this:like loading... moth superpowers 31 jan 2017 leave a comment by johnpersico in uncategorized wonderful piece of writing. i hope all will read this and take the time to share it with your friends or relatives.  by gringa of the barrio. gringa of the barrio (it’s a personal, political rant and lengthy. if the dear reader takes the time to read it, the gringa thanks you.) usually the gringa likes to pen a post about cool science, fringe science or some obscure historical event of curious significance. although i often throw shadows of my personal opinions in the posts, for the most part i like to stick to the facts as much as possible. however, dear reader, i simply must unload. please indulge me. for those of you who missed my past post, “i am fourth generation kkk,” well, now you know. the gringa is fourth generation kkk and a heretic to white supremacy ideology. i am also anathema to the majority of my family. although there were some ties that i clung to with the highest hopes for longer than i should have but, a girl’s gotta have hope, right? so, the first time… view original post 3,508 more wordsshare this:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailpinterestpocketprinttumblrgoogleredditlike this:like loading... republicanville usa — 2056 ce 29 jan 2017 leave a comment by johnpersico in uncategorized tags: america, christian, democrats, equality, family, freedom, happiness, immigration, justice, liberty, marriage, minorities, politics, republicans, trump, values i live in republicanville usa.  it is a small town of about 1,500 people in the rural midwest.  today in my town, all the women are barefoot and pregnant and all the men are stupid and misinformed.  it wasn’t always this way.  things started to change about 75 years ago, when ronald reagan became president.  my town had always been very progressive and liberal but we started hearing more and more about how we were being taken advantage of by the poor, those on government handouts and those too lazy to work.  the republicans who in our town had always been a minority began to grow in numbers.  the more we heard about welfare cheats and welfare freeloaders and those on drugs taking advantage of us, the more my town embraced a new concept of democracy.  it was more like “every man or woman for themselves” rather than “all for one and one for all.” our u.s. democracy which had always prided itself on a separation of church and state seemed to forget the reason for this partition.  increasingly, a group called evangelical fundamentalists became more popular along with their criticism of many progressive institutions.  republicanville usa moved more and more to the right.  the concept of unbridled capitalism became enshrined as a religion and many people began opposing “big” government and taxes.  the republican party preached that the marketplace could provide for all social, physical and economic needs of u.s. citizens.  my town moved even further to the right. this conservative trend was already well underway when in 2017, a billionaire real-estate developer named donald trump became the 45th president of the united states of america.  in addition to the hard core conservative beliefs of many mainstream republicans, trump added the once discredited idea of american isolationism.  we would now put america first, no matter what.  no more negotiations with other nations unless it was clear that we got the better of the deal.  we would build a big wall to keep mexicans and other immigrants out and we would renege on our trade deals with china and europe.  about the only country that trump liked was russia.   eventually, he agreed to give alaska and parts of canada back to russia. trump came through on his promises to the evangelicals that he would make america white again and put women back in the bedroom where it would be okay to grab their pussies whenever you wanted to.  minorities were targeted for deportation and women libbers promoting abortion or equal rights for women were arrested in wholesale sweeps and sent to special detention centers for chronic complainers and protesters. i would like to describe in somewhat more detail what my town is like now in 2056.  things are a lot different than when i was born in 2017.  i will divide my discussion of these changes into three areas:  family, education and social issues. family: i am 39 years old and have two children.  i have never worked (at least outside of the home) as women have not been allowed to work since 2022 when they passed the “women in the home law” as it was popularly called.  the federal government passed the law and it was ratified by every state and municipality in the nation.  some places tried to hold out but the government cut off all funding to them until they capitulated.  this law effectively outlawed women working.  it also barred women from the military.  ten years later (2032) they passed the “mandatory birth act.”  this bill proscribes that every woman (physically able to) must give birth to at least two children.  any woman who reaches the age of 32 and still has not given birth to two children is forcibly removed to a national birthing center where she will be artificially impregnated and kept confined until she has had at least two healthy children.  sickly or unhealthy children are sent to disposal camps where they are “recycled” per official government propaganda.  no one is quite sure what happens during recycling but the children are never seen again. many gay women resisted the mandatory birth act and the national suicide rate went up dramatically.  the “fathers” (as our political leaders are now called) made it very clear that the country would be better off without such deviates.  since women were no longer allowed in politics, the leaders of the nation decreed that they would all be called “fathers” instead of being referred to as politicians or legislators as they once were called. my husband works at a local mill where they make t-shirts for japan, china, brazil and some of the more developed nations.  since banning imports of such items, we have created millions of jobs making goods that were once made in low wage countries.  the demand for such goods has skyrocketed but now we are providing them.  unfortunately, the wages and education needed for such work is still low.  my husband did not finish high school but most men in our town do not.  the fathers have repeatedly stated that real men don’t need higher education.  (i will talk more about education later.) when my husband is not working, he spends most of his time watching football, baseball, basketball, golf or hockey.  i am not allowed in the living room when his sports are on except to bring in some beer or chips.  this does not really bother me much as i have plenty to do with the kids, housecleaning, cooking and all.  i have my own tv in my sewing room where i can watch any of the approved programs for women.  we have 30 different “women only” channels where i can learn more about cooking and cleaning and how to be a good wife. there are some good romances and family drama stories that are occasionally on.  i look forward to watching these when the kids are in bed. our two children, mary and john are 12 and 15 respectively.  mary is in a finishing school for girls where they are preparing her for being a mom and wife.  she takes subjects such as homemaking, cooking, cleaning and parenting.  she has one more year to go before finishing school. when mary turns 14, she will be eligible for marriage.  her name will be put in a marriage registry.  if she is lucky enough and pretty enough, some up and coming town father will select her for a wife.  men who qualify due to income levels are allowed to have up to five wives. my son john is not in school any longer and he works part-time.  the fathers decried that girls did not need schooling after the age of 13.  john hopes to get a job in the t-shirt plant where his dad works when he turns 16.  he quit school because we could not afford a private school for him.  only the rich kids in town go on to education beyond the 10th grade.  private schools are very expensive and the fathers do not believe in funding education any more.  it has been emphasized that education is an elitist program that creates class divisions and makes some people feel more entitled than other people.   most young men in our town will work in one of the mills or plants. education: i have already talked about some aspects of our education system today.  basically, most people do not believe in higher education anymore.  it is only for the rich.  all funds for public education were cut in 2035 when they passed the “private education act”.  most folks now send their kids to private schools through the 8th grade and then find work for their children after that.  girls will be shortly married so school is not thought to be that important for them anyway.  they can learn whatever they need to be a good wife on the “at home wives channels.” boys from families with lower incomes can opt to go to privately funded vocational schools to learn such trades as t-shirt making, sneaker making, jewelry making, gun repair, taxidermy, and many other skills that might be in demand.  there is still some funding for such programs that is available for lower income families.  all public colleges have been closed now.  as i noted earlier, such schools were decried to be elitist and the fathers were unanimous in un-funding them. boys from wealthier families go to the more prestigious private schools where they will learn such skills as: leadership, accounting, business development, entrepreneurship and medicine.  law was abolished as a field of study in 2030 with the passage of the “no more lawyers act.”  this act basically made lawsuits illegal thus dramatically decreasing the need for lawyers in the u.s. courtrooms abolished “adversarial” trial procedures with the “no more lawyers act” and replaced the old-fashioned method of two people arguing trials with modern computerized forensic tomography.  using cft, a cross section of the case and evidence pro and con is presented to the jurors.  all the available facts and data are reviewed and jurors vote on the verdict.  trials are much more efficient and there is no need for lawyers. libraries are now mostly museums.  with the passage of the “books only lie bill” in 2038, all funds to public libraries were cut.  the fathers decried that books did nothing but cause trouble and stir up discontent.  anything citizens really needed to know could be found on the “citizens channels” offered by the government department of public wisdom.  there are over 100 of these channels which are available on public tv.  they are on 24/7 and offer many programs for good citizenship.  some of the programs are: disciplining your children how to take proper care of your guns disciplining your wife obeying your supervisor getting along with co-workers obeying authority keeping a clean house social issues: social issues or problems (as some people thought of them) have been mostly eliminated in our town.  our fathers banned minorities in 2040 with the “america for whites act.”  under this act, no immigrants or people of color can live in the same community as white people.  in 2041, they passed the “christian only act” making christianity the official religion of the usa.  all other religions were banned along with atheism and agnosticism.  the “mandatory religion act” in 2042 made it a felony crime not to attend a christian church every sunday. in our town, there is only one church now.  it the fundamental evangelical christian church for christ.  we have two pastors who are both well versed in old testament theology.  they are fond of saying that “heaven is for the obedient, the disobedient will all go to hell.”  we are taught that jesus will come again before the end of the century to judge the living and the dead.  the good folks will go to heaven and the bad will burn forever in the flames of hell. we still have crime in our community but not very much.  it is severely punished with public floggings, beatings and hangings.  criminals are banished to work rehabilitation camps for hard labor.  drugs are still a major problem but the new “one strike act” passed in 2050 decried that anyone caught with an illegal substance would face a mandatory life sentence at a penal colony somewhere in the south china sea. gay men still can be found but homosexuality can be punished under the “2045 purity of purpose bill” with mandatory castration.  boys are encouraged to be manly and any evidence of femininity in our boys is severely dealt with.  our town brought back “town stocks” a few years ago, to punish any boys or men caught in homosexual activities.  these punishments plus the threat of castration have decreased the rate of homosexuality considerably in our community. well, i could tell you a great deal more about life in our town in 2056, but i have cleaning and cooking to do.  furthermore, if anyone knew i was writing this i would be in big trouble.  under the “against propaganda law” passed in 2041, no one may criticize the government, any fathers or any laws without official authorization from the local town council.  i could be publicly flogged or worse for saying these things.  thus, for now i will just hide this away.  i don’t mean to be either a coward or a complainer.  our fathers say this is the golden age of america and that we are living in the greatest christian country in the world.  who am i to argue? time for questions: are you living the good life?  do you live the life you dreamed of?  do you think you have a right to your dreams?  do you think other people also have a right to their dreams?  how much authority do you think a government should have over your dreams?  what kind of dreams do you have for your children?  what do you call progress? life is just beginning. “no one believes more firmly than comrade napoleon that all animals are equal.  he would be only too happy to let you make your decisions for yourselves.  but sometimes you might make the wrong decisions, comrades, and then where should we be?”  ― george orwell, animal farm share this:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailpinterestpocketprinttumblrgoogleredditlike this:like loading... requiem for america:  our battle with fate 21 jan 2017 2 comments by johnpersico in uncategorized tags: bigotry, dreams., faith, hope, inaguration, love, protest, racism, resistance, sexism, trump many of you have no doubt heard the tone poem by carl orff titled carmina burana.  one of the famous parts of this musical piece is taken from a poem called “o fortuna.”  it is a medieval latin poem written early in the 13th century.  i started thinking about it today as trump became the 45th president of the united states of america.  i have never much believed in fate, preferring to think that we are masters of our own destiny and fate be dammed.  but as the inexorable reality of the inauguration kept intruding on my existence, i was forced back to the conclusion that perhaps fortune does rule the world.  (to listen click here o fortuna) like the moon you are changeable, ever waxing and waning; hateful life first oppresses and then soothes as fancy takes it; poverty and power it melts them like ice. i loathe this son of a bitch.  i loathe his values.  i loathe his words.  he represents everything i hate in myself and in humanity.  we keep trying to destroy the racism and fear and prejudice that we are brought up with but fate impels us to confront a world that seems to thrive on such iniquities.  my relatives, my friends, my co-workers —- they voted for this reprobate and now exult in his coronation.  i stand impotently on the sidelines questioning (as many jews in the holocaust questioned) why god has deserted us.  have we committed some grave sin worthy of the future that fate now seems to have assigned us? trying against fate – monstrous and empty, you whirling wheel, you are malevolent, well-being is vain and always fades to nothing, shadowed and veiled you plague me too; now through the game i bring my bare back to your villainy. my good intentions.  my desire to be tolerant and virtuous.  my goal to treat others with compassion and kindness all seem to melt in the face of a fate that decries a monster who will now rule over us.  i hear the voices that say “give him a chance.”  i wonder what chance they want.  a chance to create more greed.  a chance to create more racism.  a chance to create more sexism.  have we not enough bigotry in this country?  have we not enough inhumanity towards others?  we created the atom bomb.  we created the hydrogen bomb.  we created weapons of biological and chemical warfare that can destroy millions.  we take no heed whether they kill children or innocents.  we are now all guilty in our incessant warfare.  the only thing that counts is creating more efficient means of murdering people. fate is against me in health and virtue, driven on and weighted down, always enslaved. so at this hour without delay pluck the vibrating strings; since fate strikes down the strong man, everyone weep with me! i wake up disbelieving that i live in this reality.  i joke that i am in wonderland and whatever one believes is the reality that exists.  but i did not believe in this reality.  i have done everything that i thought i could to help make the world a better place.  i thought my friends and family and neighbors wanted the same world that i wanted.  it seems clear now that we did not share the same reality. i curse the fate that has brought our nation to this point.  i curse the people that voted for this frankenstein.  i curse the party that nominated this abomination.  deep inside, i wonder what i did to contribute to this horror.  does my own hate somehow create the fate that i seek to escape from? abraham, john, robert and martin all dead — killed by that coward called fate.  but let us not forget jimmie lee jackson and clyde kennard and juliette hampton morgan and james reeb and jonathan myrick daniels and viola gregg liuzzo and vernon dahmer and oneal moore and george lee and harriet and harry moore.  they also were martyrs.  they also died fighting fate. do not believe that the good die young.  the good die pregnant with a dream for a better world. time for questions: so what is left?  nihilism?  apathy?  hate?  bitterness?  resistance?  fight?  hope?  will a dream for a better america arise from the ashes of despair? life is just beginning. “i will permit no man to narrow and degrade my soul by making me hate him.”  —   booker t. washington share this:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailpinterestpocketprinttumblrgoogleredditlike this:like loading... let’s play “whack a mole” with the world 15 jan 2017 leave a comment by johnpersico in uncategorized tags: arms race, drug lords, drug war, drugs, insanity, mafia, mideast, muslims, nuclear war, terrorism, war the saying is often noted but just as often ignored that “those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it.”  — santayana.   to this profound advice, i would argue that my following observation is equally true and that it has resulted in an equal number of policy disasters and misadventures.  to wit:  “those who do not recognize the patterns around them are doomed to failure.”   i came by this observation in the middle of a night while pondering the intricacies of playing the “whack a mole” game there is a game that children play and it is called “whack a mole.”  have you ever played this game?  if not, view the game at “whack a mole”.  basically, it involves a series of plastic moles that keep randomly popping out of different holes.  you get points for each mole that you whack before it drops back into its hole.  no sooner do you “whack” one mole then another one pops up again.  [if you would actually like to play the game, you can play a free fast paced version of the game at “whack a mole.”]  they call it smack and bash at this site. as i thought about this game, i began to see how it applied to numerous efforts that we undertake to bring about change.  understanding the game, i could see how futile many of these efforts are and clearly why they are doomed.  let me give you four examples that will show you how pervasive the “whack a mole” game is in politics and us policy: eliminate the mafia win the war on drugs defeat terrorism in the mideast stop the arms race  1.  eliminate the mafia: the mafia may have begun in the united states in the second half of the 19th century.  the us law establishment has been waging a war to eliminate the mafia for well over 100 years.  during that time they have killed or arrested the following mafia leaders: giuseppe “the clutch hand” morello – boss (1890s-1909) nicholas “nick” morello – boss (1909–1916) killed in 1916 vincenzo “vincent” terranova – boss (1916–1920) giuseppe “joe the boss” piperata – boss (1920–1931) charlie “lucky” luciano – boss (1931–1946) frank “the prime minister” costello – acting boss (1936–1945), boss (1946–1957) “don” vito genovese – underboss (1931–1936), boss (1957–1969) anthony “tony bender” strollo – acting boss (1959–1962) thomas “tommy ryan” eboli – acting boss (1962–1965) frank tieri – front boss (circa 1972-1981) philip lombardo – boss (1969–1981) anthony “fat tony” salerno – front boss (1981–1987) vincent “chin” gigante – underboss (1981–1987), boss (1981–2005) liborio bellomo – acting boss (1990–1992), street boss (1992–1996) dominick “quiet dom” cirillo – acting boss (1997–1998) matthew “matty the horse” ianniello – acting boss (1997–2006) mario gigante – street boss (2006–2007) daniel leo (mobster) – acting boss (2005–present) it should be noted that this list includes only the leadership in just one crime family.  there are at least a dozen or more mafia crime families in the usa.  each one has a history of crime bosses since the early 1900s. crime bosses get eliminated or changed in a number of ways. some die.  some are murdered.  some are arrested.  few if any ever simply retire.  this last fact is good for our law enforcement agencies, since it helps keep them occupied with finding and catching mafia leaders. so for over 100 years now, the fbi, the justice department and every police department in the usa have been playing the “whack a mole” game with the mafia.  they no sooner whack one mafia leader down and another pops up in his place.  what fun!  at the taxpayers’ expense of course. win the war on drugs: drugs starting becoming a major problem in the usa with the competition between cigarettes, alcohol and other substances designed to give someone a feeling of either being up, down or out of it.  we know that in 1920 the us passed the eighteenth amendment to the constitution making the manufacture, transportation and sale of alcohol illegal.  few who have studied any history can forget the fiasco that prohibition entailed.  alcohol continued to flow while crime, murder and mayhem associated with alcohol increased dramatically.   did we learn anything from this?  following is a short list of the major drug laws and “banned” drugs in the usa.  (by the way, alcohol and nicotine and caffeine are all drugs and at one time or another have all been banned someplace in the world) 1906 the pure food and drug act was passed, forming the food and drug administration and giving it power to regulate foods and drugs, and requiring labeling of contents on foods and drugs. the most important effect on the drug problem was the demise of the patent medicine industry. drug addiction began a dramatic drop. 1914 the harrison tax act was passed, effectively outlawing the opiates and cocaine. 1915 utah passed the first state anti-marijuana law. mormons who had gone to mexico in 1910 returned smoking marijuana. it was outlawed at a result of the utah legislature enacting all mormon religion prohibitions as criminal laws. 1922  narcotic drug import and export act – intended to eliminate use of narcotics except for legitimate medicinal use. 1924  heroin act -makes it illegal to manufacture heroin. 1937  marijuana tax act 1938    food, drug and cosmetic act 1942    opium poppy control act 1951    durham-humphrey amendment established more specific guidelines for prescription drugs: habit forming, safety, and evaluation of new drugs 1951    boggs amendment to the harrison narcotic act 1956    narcotics control act intends to impose even more severe penalties for narcotics violations 1965    drug abuse control amendments (daca) strict controls over amphetamines, barbiturates, lsd, etc. 1966    narcotic addict rehabilitation act (nara) 1968    daca amendments provides that sentence may be suspended and record expunged if no further violations within 1 year 1970    comprehensive drug abuse and control act replaces and updates all previous laws concerning narcotics and other dangerous drugs. empasis on law enforcement. 1972    drug abuse office and treatment act 1973    methadone control act 1973    heroin trafficking act 1973    drug enforcement administration (dea) remodels bureau of narcotics and dangerous drugs into dea 1978    alcohol and drug abuse education amendments sets up education programs within department of education 1984    drug offenders act sets up special programs for offenders and organizes treatment 1986    analogue (designer drug) act makes use of substances with similar effects and structure to existing illicit drug illegal 1988    anti-drug abuse act establishes oversight office: national drug control policy so here we see the efforts of over 100 years of drug policy to stop people from using, enjoying and abusing drugs in the usa.  what has been the result? “america is at war.  we have been fighting drug abuse for almost a century.  four presidents have personally waged war on drugs.  unfortunately, it is a war that we are losing.  drug abusers continue to fill our courts, hospitals, and prisons.  the drug trade causes violent crime that ravages our neighborhoods.  children of drug abusers are neglected, abused, and even abandoned.  the only beneficiaries of this war are organized crime members and drug dealers.” — stanford university.  for an excellent article on the costs of the drug war in the us, please see:  (“the hidden costs of america’s war on drugs” by joseph d. mcnamara, the hoover institution, stanford university) as it should be clear, the us government, the fda, the fbi and most mainstream churches in america have been playing the “whack a mole” game with drugs since the puritans first landed at plymouth rock.   first they “whack” one drug down.  then another one pops up.  then they eliminate one drug lord and then another one pops up.  they defeat one drug cartel and then another one takes its place.  our drug enforcement agencies are so busy playing “whack a mole” that they don’t have any time to deal with the reasons behind the influence and attraction of drugs.  instead they just keep on “whacking moles.” defeat terrorism in the mideast: the beginning of terrorism in the mideast can be traced back to the assassins sect that began in the eleventh century.  wikipedia notes the following: “assassins (persian|حشاشين}} hashashin) is a name used to refer to the medieval nizari ismailis.  often described as a secret order led by a mysterious “old man of the mountain”, the nizari ismailis were an islamic sect that formed in the late 11th century from a split within ismailism – itself a branch of shia islam.” modern terrorism is actually a form of asynchronous and asymmetric warfare.  one side being more powerful than the other side (asymmetric) forces the other side to avoid one to one confrontations or pitched battles in favor of random unpredictable strikes (asynchronous).   terrorism is a means of striking back at a more powerful enemy and avoiding what might be an assured defeat by not confronting your opponent in a pitched battle.  history is full of episodes where fighters and even entire armies engaged in such warfare.  in the us, the indian wars often followed such methods of warfare.  the battle against geronimo being a prime example. terrorism in the mideast since george h.w. bush and through the obama administration seems to be following the pattern that i have called “whack a mole.”  using drone attacks, surgical strikes, clean bombing, decapitation strikes, discriminant deterrence, hunter killer teams, kill boxes, and counterinsurgency attacks, the us military attempts to “neutralize” the power of the “terrorists” who have their own panoply of attack methods. if you look at what has happened over the past twenty years in the mideast in terms of the war on terrorism, you can clearly see the “whack a mole” game at work.  we eliminate one of their leaders, they destroy some of our soldiers with bombs, ieds or suicide attacks.  we then strike back at their leaders and then it is their turn again to kill us.  we “whack” them and then they “whack” back. each time we kill one of their leaders, another one pops up to take their place.  each enemy group we defeat seems to be immediately replaced by another enemy group.  our army, navy air force, marines, armament industries and politicians never seem to get tired of playing the “whack a mole” game.  keep in mind, that while the game might be great fun for these groups, there is a cost to the game.   to date the financial and human costs are: financial cost of the war on terror :  “a recent brown university study, for example, pinned the cost of the wars in iraq, afghanistan, pakistan and syria at about $3.6 trillion from 2001 to 2016, using the $1.6 trillion operations costs as a baseline but also accounting for counterterrorism costs. adding in money appropriated for war spending and on homeland security in 2017, the total reaches $4.79 trillion. this figure also includes future obligations for veterans medical and disability costs ($1 trillion through 2053) as well as interest on borrowing for wars.” — politifact, linda qiu, october 27th, 2016. human costs of the war on terror: afghanistan and pakistan:  173,000 dead and 183,000 seriously wounded.  (2001 to 2016) iraq:  1.9 million killed (1991 to 2003) and 1 million killed (2003 to 2015) for the figures i used above as well as for other estimates and detailed breakdowns of casualty figures, see the following sources.  the above figures are low compared to some estimates.  none of these figures include the deaths in libya, syria, israel, turkey, usa or palestine which should also be considered as deaths from the war on terrorism. middle east eye costs of war – brown university study mint press news global research physicians for social responsibility – body count, casualties after 10 years of the war on terror, march 2015 stop the arms race: the final example of a “whack a mole” game that we are caught in deals with our oft stated goal to stop creating more dangerous and more expensive weapons of war.  we call this the “arms race” and we have played it with great britain, france, russia and now china.  i will briefly explain how the game works.  you will readily see that it is a version of the “whack a mole” game. step 1, we conceive of a weapon that nobody else has or has even dreamt of having.  it must be dangerous, expensive, frightening and have the potential to kill millions or at least thousands.  step 2, we spend billions of dollars on r&d to develop the weapon.  step 3, we then spend billions of dollars to produce the weapon.  step 4, we then sell the weapon to any military agency in our own country that will buy it.  step 5, after a sufficient period of time has elapsed (but before the weapon is obsolete), we sell it to other friendly countries that will buy it.  we must start with the highest bidder.  step 6, after we have sold it to all our allies or potential allies, we wait until they have sold it to any potential enemies.  this might take a year or so.  finally, after our enemies have now acquired the same weapon potential (even if in a slightly modified form) we then loudly proclaim that: “our nation’s security and ability to defend itself is being undermined by the weapons that our enemies have.  we must build new and better weapon systems.  we must increase defense spending.  we risk falling behind in the ability to defend ourselves.” then we start the process all over again from step 1.   it is the “whack the mole” game, albeit a modified version of the game.  we build the weapons to whack our enemies and then they buy the weapons or build similar weapons to whack us back.  then we build weapons to counter their weapons and then they build or buy weapons to counter our weapons.  we have been engaged in this game since 1776 with every single weapon system that has ever been devised.   think of the atom bomb.  how long did it take russia to develop a similar bomb?  think of the hydrogen bomb.  how long did it take the russians and others to develop a hydrogen bomb? here is a list of rifles that have been used in the usa since the war of 1776.  the following list does not include carbines.  for a full list of weapon systems and their history see:  list of individual weapons of the u.s. armed forces – wikipedia m16a3 (5.56×45mm nato) (usn seals and usn seabees) m16a2 (5.56×45mm nato) (usaf, uscg, and us army) m27 iar (infantry automatic rifle) (5.56×45mm nato) (usmc) mk 16 mod 0 (5.56×45mm nato) (ussocom) mk 17 mod 0 (7.62×51mm nato) (ussocom) m14 smud (stand-off munition disruption rifle) (7.62×51mm nato) (usaf) m39 enhanced marksman rifle (7.62 nato) (usmc) xm8 (lightweight assault rifle system) (never issued) (5.56×45mm nato) xm29 (kinetic energy and airburst launcher system; 5.56×45mm nato and 20 mm airburst munition (xm1018)(early)/25 mm airburst munition) (experiment canceled) advanced combat rifle entries (concluded 1991) future rifle program entries (canceled) special purpose individual weapon (spiw) entries (concluded/canceled) fn fal (battle rifle, trialled as t48 against the t44 and t47 to replace the m1: lost to the former) olin/winchester salvo rifle (battle rifle, 5.56mm duplex) m14e1 (selective fire rifle, 7.62×51mm nato) (never standardized) m16a1 (5.56×45mm nato) ar-15/colt model 601/602 (5.56×45mm nato rifle) (usaf and sof use only) xm22/e1 rifle (selective fire rifle, 5.56×45mm nato) mk 4 mod 0 (suppressed rifle, 5.56×45mm nato) m1 garand variants (e1-e6 and e9-e14) (semi-automatic rifle, .30-’06) mk 2 mod 0/1/2 (semi-automatic rifle, 7.62×51mm nato) m1 garand (semi-automatic rifle, .30-06) m1941 johnson rifle (semi-automatic rifle, .30-’06) model 45a m1946 rifle (never used in active duty) m1947 johnson auto carbine (semi-automatic rifle, .30-’06) gyrojet rifle (13 mm) (never issued) pedersen rifle (.276) (competed unsuccessfully with m1 garand to become primary service rifle) pedersen device (attachment for springfield m1903, .30 conversion) m1918 bar (.30-06) m1903/a1/a3 (bolt-action rifle; .30-03, .30-06) m1917 enfield (bolt-action rifle) model 1907/15 berthier rifle (bolt-action rifle)[14] m1916 mosin–nagant (bolt-action rifle)[15] m1895 navy (navy lee, 6 mm navy) m1892/m1896/m1898 rifle (a/k/a krag bolt action rifle; .30-40 krag) m1885 remington-lee (bolt-action rifle; .45-70 gov) m1882 short rifle (.45-70 gov.) m1882 remington-lee (bolt-action rifle; .45-70 gov.) m1879 remington-lee (bolt-action rifle; .45-70 gov.) remington-keene rifle (bolt-action rifle; .45-70 gov.)[16] m1875 officers’ rifle (.45-70 gov.) m1873/m1879/m1880/m1884/m1888/m1889 springfield (a/k/a trapdoor springfield;.45-70 gov..: .45-55-405 & .45-70-500) m1872 springfield (a/k/a rolling block springfield; .50-70 gov.) m1865/m1866/m1868/m1869/m1870 springfield (a/k/a trapdoor springfield; .50-70 government) sharps carbine/rifle (breech-loader; .42-60-410) (.52 caliber issued to berdan’s 1st and 2nd us sharpshooters in the us civil war) henry rifle (lever-action; .44-26-200) spencer rifle (lever-action; 56-56 (.52-45-350)) m1863 springfield m1861 springfield (.58) colt revolving rifle (colt model 1855; 6/5-shot revolver rifle;.44/.56) greene rifle (bolt-action breech-loader) p53 enfield (.577 (.58)) p51 enfield musketoon (“artillery carbine”; 24″ barrel, .69) model 1854 lorenz rifle (rifle-musket, .54, .58) m1859 sharps (‘new model 1859’, breech loader; .52, .56) m1855 rifle-musket m1855 rifle (percussion muzzle-loader; 58-60-500) m1847 musketoon (springfield, .69) m1842 musket (percussion musket, .69) m1841 rifle “mississippi rifle” (percussion muzzle-loader;.54, .58) m1840 musket (flintlock musket;.69)(later percussion) m1835 springfield (flintlock musket; .67 cal) m1819 hall rifle (harper’s ferry;breech-loader) model 1822 musket (flintlock musket) .69 (later percussion) model 1816 musket (flintlock musket; .69) (later percussion) model 1817 rifle (‘common rifle’;derringer, johnson, north and starr; flintlock rifle, .54) (later percussion) model 1814 common rifle (deringer, johnson; flintlock rifle; later percussion; .54) springfield model 1812 musket (flintlock musket; .69) model 1808 contract musket (flintlock musket; .69) harper’s ferry model 1803 rifle (flintlock rifle; .54) model 1795 musket (flintlock musket; .69) 1792 contract rifle (flintlock rifle; .49) charleville musket (flintlock musket; .69) brown bess (musket; .75) kentucky rifle (flintlock rifle) ferguson rifle (flintlock breech-loader; .69) do we call this progress?  do you call this progress?  conclusions: i started this blog off with the comment that if we fail to connect the dots and see the patterns in our lives, we are doomed to keep repeating them and failure will never be far away.  it is almost but not quite the same as forgetting the past.  there is indeed a similarity between my comment and santayana’s famous quote.  however, i see it as a pattern that i have described as “whack a mole.”  how long will we go on whacking moles, killing people, spending money that could go to education, health care or eliminating poverty? time for questions: do you think that we should be playing “whack the mole?”  how do we stop playing this game?  do you think it is human nature to keep fighting and killing others?  should we really be trying to ban every substance that people want to take? life is just beginning. falken:  did you ever play tic-tac-toe? jennifer:  yeah, of course. falken:  but you don’t anymore. jennifer:  no. falken:  why? jennifer:  because it’s a boring game. it’s always a tie. falken:  exactly. there’s no way to win. the game itself is pointless! but back at the war room, they believe you can win a nuclear war. that there can be “acceptable losses.” share this:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailpinterestpocketprinttumblrgoogleredditlike this:like loading... previous 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