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Fourth of July Parade in Aptos Has Controversial Entry

Art & Revolution along with Media Watch had an entry in the July 4th Aptos Parade that some didn't appreciate!
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An energetic group of over 10 people performed a simple yet powerful street theater piece that focused on the environment, consumption of resources, exploitation of labor and the media. We seized the chance to re-make and re-define this hollow flag-waving nationalistic holiday with some prime provocative political prodding and play.

Six or 7 people dressed as slaves, field workers and wounded soldiers pushed along the parade route a VERY LARGE new American truck with George and Laura Bush enjoying the ride. Of course, George was driving. Those pushing the truck were kept in line by Uncle Sam a recruiter and a man from Halliburton who had a whip and knew how to snap it. The corporate flag flew high and a very shapely missle adorned the cab as George Bush shouted out, "Our Economy is moving forward--Push Harder." The worker/slaves who pushed this gas guzzling vehicle included young wounded soldiers in camouflage, three farmworkers, a symbol of Justicia, a woman in a full black burqua holding her bloody baby, and a few chained men in torn and tattered clothing. As they pushed the behemoth forward towards a false paradise the woman with her dead baby cried out showing Mrs. Bush this horrible sight. Well Laura wouldn't stand for that and was busy telling the crowd, "Everything is fine--Go Shopping!" More than once Mrs. Bush was forced to use her bloody flag to push this woman and her baby out of her sight. Uncle Sam and Mr. Halliburton tried to shield the sight but she moved all over the place. Some onlookers felt shouted out that this entry was inappropriate while some mothers physically shielded the eyes of their children when confronted with the sad woman and her paint-splattered baby doll. Laura encouraged them NOT to look and to watch Fox News instead.

Rest assured no humans were hurt in the making of this statement but they were EXHAUSTED after the shortest parade in the world ended and staged a mini-die-in (see photos).

Thanks to all who participated and below is a letter in today's Santa Cruz Sentinel from one viewer who was so upset they want rules for entries in the future. Please write the organizers and the Sentinel to keep the Shortest Parade in the World open to the scant few political messages amid a mostly conservative and commercial parade.

From Santa Cruz Sentinel, July 6th, 2005
The Fourth of July Aptos Smallest Parade has a great history. However, it was very upsetting to the 3 and 5-year-old children who we brought with us to see adults at the end of the parade make their gross political statements concerning their opposition to the war and the Bush administration.

Unfortunately, the older child was the first to notice the "bloody lady with the bloody baby," and this is what both children remember most. There were other controversial participants, like the pro-choice folks, but at least they were discreet. We did not see any pro-lifers carrying around bloody aborted fetuses for children to view. When the Aptos Parade originated, regulation wasn’t necessary. Obviously, now there is a need. It would be sad to see the Aptos Parade evolve into political grandstanding instead of its original family- focused entertainment.

ROBERT AND BARBARA DILLER

SOQUEL
 
 


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Re: Fourth of July Parade in Aptos Has Controversial Entry

My hat's off to the creative Art & Revolution along with Media Watch event. Many U.S. citizens are stunningly clueless, even here in the Santa Cruz area.

Those offended should have stayed home and watched more zombie TV - no desire for reality necessary. They are not patriots anyway, patriots are well informed and Constitution loving.

Clueless, selfish enablers of obnoxious, anti-social profiteers need to wake up. The U.S. White House and obnoxious, anti-social profiteers are a cancer on America and, today, America is NOT showing greatness.

Bring back Compassion and Civil Liberties to America.

Caring and Sharing to Heal the World!! Pat ; )
Patrick (time4respect) True
ptrue (at) ipmts.ucsc.edu
DO NOT SETTLE FOR LESS THAN A TRULY BETTER WORLD!
 

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Well, of course the children noticed the bloody lady with the bloody baby; how could they not? It seems to me that NOTICING what's going on in the world is exactly what Americans need to be doing. Secondly, what about the child victims in Iraq? They are much more than scared - they are dead.
 

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Thanks for including the editorial from the Dillers. Though I feel the "bloody baby lady" (who had a baby with red paint on it, not real-looking blood, mind you) pushed the envelope, the idea that:

"It would be sad to see the Aptos Parade evolve into political grandstanding instead of its original family- focused entertainment."

is ridiculous. I wonder how long she has been resident of Aptos. During the Vietnam War and in subsequent years, there has been plenty of political dissent expressed in the parade -- including masks of President Nixon and antiwar protesters.

Though I have compassion for the Diller's children and assert their right to protect their children from what they see, I also defend people's right to free expression in a community parade, especially when they are protesting the meanest, inhumane military-industrial-political complex I have ever seen in my lifetime.

Though it sounds like the Dillers want to try to get political messages removed from the parade for the sake of their children, I wonder how long they can shield their children from the ugly realities of this obscene war.
 

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Kudos to Art and Rev and Mediawatch for putting this great guerilla action together on such short notice (I didn't get the email call to action until a day before the parade). I wish I could have been there to help disrupt the Dillers little world in some way or another but I'm proud to say I know and have worked with these activists in the past and I hope I can be part of actions like this in the future.

Oh, and props out to another Global Local's points he or she made. Dissent in SC is the model of patriotism, not blind obidience to this murderous government. If only more of us thought this way. And from a local perspective, damn all the DotBomb yuppies coming here, buying property and building monstrosity homes for them and their SUVs, and who then complain about the liberals or radicals disrupting their little false reality. You moved here, and you knew what the political climate here was when you did, so get used to it.
 

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By the way, when I wrote that I support the Diller's right to protect their children from what they see, I was referring to the use of one of the oldest parenting tools on the earth --- hands over their children's eyes!!
 

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One thing that I have not seen discussed, yet is very important, is what people view as 'non-political'.

A 4th of july parade is extremely political. It is the anniversary of a revolution - a time to reflect upon ideals and opportunities for growth.

An American flag is extremely political. It not only endorses the nation-state system, but has been used for centuries as a symbol of dominance.

Police being centers of attention in a march is extremely political. The role of police as perpetrators of state-sanctioned violence is indisputable.

So in other words, we shouldn't just challenge what it means to be 'patriotic', but we need to confront language that is used to silence our dissent.
 

Youngest Feminist Raises the Fist!

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Young Feminist Raises the Fist (And Sucks the Thumb) in Solidarity.
There were many in Aptos who liked the "controversial" and "political" entries in the parade, including this young feminist. Raise the fist, sister!
 

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"It not only endorses the nation-state system, but has been used for centuries as a symbol of dominance."

It's also the symbol of a country that year after year gives more in aid than any other country in the world. But hey, don't let simple facts get in the way of your America bashing.
 

American Aid

The anonymous poster writes, "It's also the symbol of a country that year after year gives more in aid than any other country in the world."

Do you measure aid in explosive megatons? Or is it in the siphoning off of billions of dollars in so-called "debt", plucking food from starving baby's mouths, to enrich the capitalists of the rich countries. Giving a small amount of what is stolen back in aid hardly constitutes a great humanitarian act, but is instead a PR ploy at best, at worst it is aid to prop up horrific governments like the death squad government of Colombia.
 

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"Do you measure aid in explosive megatons? Or is it in the siphoning off of billions of dollars in so-called "debt", plucking food from starving baby's mouths, to enrich the capitalists of the rich countries."

No, I believe it was Russia that pioneered the megaton aid scale when it was shipping nukes to Cuba. Bet that made yer nipples stiff when that was going on, right Comrade Steve? Can you supply me some pics of those babies getting food ripped out of their mouths? I bet it was that evil capitalist that looks like the banker on those Monopoly Chance cards.
 

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"It's also the symbol of a country that year after year gives more in aid than any other country in the world. But hey, don't let simple facts get in the way of your America bashing."

1) Bashing some of what the U.S. flag stands for is not bashing the people of this country.

2) When U.S. soldiers killed off various native populations, it was the U.S. flag that they carried with them. When they set up forts as bases to steal the land, it was U.S. flags that flew from the poles.

3) Does this 'aid' include the huge sums of money given to the El Salvadorian government to murder and 'dissapear' it's people?

4) The U.S. actually does not donate a large amount of aid, if you compare it to it's GDP.

5) Much of this aid is highly politicized - only given to governments who support neo-con foreign policies - and not given to many of the needy clinics that provide birth control services because of the religious right's qualms.
 

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The anonymous poster claims that the Soviet Union invented the export of explosive megatons with missiles that were stationed in Cuba, yet neglects to mention that Cuba is a sovereign country with a right to self defense, a sovereign country that the U.S. had just attempted to invade and a sovereign country that had suffered for years under the U.S. imposed Batista dictatorship. If this was not enough, the Cubans could see the recent history of U.S. aggression in Korea murdering nearly 5 million people.

Did the Soviet Union bring the world to the brink of nuclear destruction when the U.S. placed nuclear missiles in Europe? No. But the United States had to bring the world to the edge of nuclear annihilation when tiny Cuba moved to defend itself from U.S. aggression. U.S. hands off Cuba!
 

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Great parade. Three young people showed up at the last minute and joined the parade in the camoflage gear that we supplied them with. You can see them in the die-in picture.


Response to "i":
Can you supply me some pics of those babies getting food ripped out of their mouths? I bet it was that evil capitalist that looks like the banker on those Monopoly Chance cards.

Take a look at any third world country that places export trade over the need to feed its own people. Go there and take some pictures of babies. That's the International Monetary Fund and its Structural Adjustment Programs (SAP) at work for you.
 

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"The U.S. actually does not donate a large amount of aid, if you compare it to it's GDP."

Actually, it does - the mistake often made is to count only government aid, when private aid is taken into effect, the U.S leap frogs many other countries.

"If this was not enough, the Cubans could see the recent history of U.S. aggression in Korea murdering nearly 5 million people"

Simply awful, I'm with you Steve, I'd rather live in North Korea than South Korea too!

"Take a look at any third world country that places export trade over the need to feed its own people. Go there and take some pictures of babies. That's the International Monetary Fund and its Structural Adjustment Programs (SAP) at work for you."

But it has nothing to do with the rampant corruption - say, for example the 220 billion dollars that were siphoned off by various Nigerian leaders since 1960? That's Nigeria alone!

Our aid doesn't mean anything because it's usually in a Swiss account or spent on yet another mercedes for a government beuarocrat.

"When U.S. soldiers killed off various native populations, it was the U.S. flag that they carried with them. When they set up forts as bases to steal the land, it was U.S. flags that flew from the poles."

Indeed, and when it played a large part in saving the world from the twin evils of fascism and communism, it was there as well.
 

Nigerian Poverty, Shell Oil, and Imperialism

The anonymous poster that uses a number for a name wants to dismiss the role of capitalist / imperialist economics on keeping the world starving and simply blame the whole thing on corrupt leaders in the third world. Yet what “n5667? fails to see is that the worst and most corrupt dictators in the world are installed by the U.S. government and U.S. capitalists and propped up with all kinds of "aid" that is used to keep the people down as well as by the constant threat of U.S. military intervention.

Nigeria is a good example, I’m glad the number named “n5667? brought it up.

When talking of Africa we must speak of colonialism. Nigeria was a British colony until 1960. The new leaders the British put in power shared the British colonial contempt for the average Nigerian person. From Abubakar Tafawa Balewa to Abdulsalam Abubakar and now Olusegun Obasanjo, successive oppressive Nigerian governments have flowed from the system first set up by British imperialism.

Involved in these corrupt governments Shell Oil has shipped oil from Nigeria for 50 years. Those who have spoken out on the environmental and economic crimes of Shell Oil have been executed for their words. Seventy percent of Nigeria’s 130 million people live on less than $1 a day. Presently Nigeria is producing about 2.33 billion barrels of oil a day. The profits from this oil are made by Shell Oil, not the Nigerian people. What the corrupt puppet dictators of the Nigerian government get out of the whole deal is not even a drop in the bucket compared to what Shell oil has and continues to plunder.

Today Venezuela has been using their oil resources to help meet the human needs of the Venezuelan people through various programs. In one of these Chavez has been trading Venezuelan oil with Cuba providing doctors for Venezuela’s poor. For these sane and reasonable policies that are lifting up the conditions of the Venezuelan people, the U.S. government has attempted two coups against Chavez.

Today there is widespread rebellion in Nigeria. A people’s revolution is on the order of the day. The first tasks will be to totally dissolve the current government including its military and judiciary and establish a people’s government that nationalizes the oil to spend oil money on meeting the needs of the Nigerian people rather than enriching Shell share holders and corrupt dictators. Such a government, touching sacred capitalism, will become a target of U.S. and British imperialism so the building of a people’s army to defend themselves from imperialist attack will also be on the order of the day. The quagmire the U.S. government has gotten itself in Iraq could likely give the Nigerian revolution the breathing space needed to win their freedom.
 

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"Today there is widespread rebellion in Nigeria. A people’s revolution is on the order of the day. The first tasks will be to totally dissolve the current government including its military and judiciary and establish a people’s government that nationalizes the oil to spend oil money on meeting the needs of the Nigerian people rather than enriching Shell share holders and corrupt dictators."

Good for them - the only people Nigeria have to blame are themselves, 120 million of them should be able to make a difference - provided the tribal politics and religion don't get in the way and they just wind up killing each other like they're doing now.

"What the corrupt puppet dictators of the Nigerian government get out of the whole deal is not even a drop in the bucket compared to what Shell oil has and continues to plunder. "

Indeed... One wonders what could have happened if the government had actually used the tax revenue from the oil on something other than themselves.

You can't blame Shell, it's a company - it's motivation is profit - We shouldn't bother glossing anything over. Shell did what it should be doing - the Nigerian Government did not because the people allow it to abuse.
 

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"You can't blame Shell, it's a company - it's motivation is profit - We shouldn't bother glossing anything over. Shell did what it should be doing"

What an absolutely disgusting comment; this is exactly what is at the root of evil in the world. Do you think Shell, which you refer to as "it", with motivation no less, (a company has motivation? and does what it "should" be doing??) should be exploiting as much as possible, making money, regardless of human suffering or environmental degradation. Shame on you. Corporations have no conscience; we know that and it's a huge problem. You, however, have one. Use it. (perhaps "use it or lose it" applies here).
 

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"What an absolutely disgusting comment; this is exactly what is at the root of evil in the world."

That's honesty - what is the purpose of unions?.. To get as much for its employees for as little as possible. People need to wake up.

"should be exploiting as much as possible, making money, regardless of human suffering or environmental degradation."

Yes, and that's why companies are regulated and consumers have a choice as to who they buy from, and what they buy.
 

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John Theilking, 9876, and Steve Argue have already answered n5667 eloquently.

If you think Shell oil is justified in having its critics executed in Nigeria, well I'm sorry for you, because you must either be stupid or blinded by greed or by racism.

If you are too dumb to know the moral difference between a union negotiating for workers pay, health ect. and a company trying to maximize profits you are just simply a rotten human being just like the capitalists you defend.

n5667, Your thoughts are troll noise pollution on what is generally an intelligent site.
 

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Loved the anti-Bush marchers. Humor is such a great way say that the emperor has no clothes.
 

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The "controversial" entry was no doubt jarring to some citizens. Jarring makes us think, even if we try to quickly close our eyes, our minds, our hearts to the disturbing images, words. I've never been enthusiastic about parades, even less so about being part of one, but this entry was surely significant in its patriotic dissent. We could use more street theater to put us in touch with reality.
 

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Insults...

"n5667, Your thoughts are troll noise pollution on what is generally an intelligent site."

Sorry to hear that have no recourse but to insult those that don't think like you. Indeed, closed mindedness really is the definition of intelligence...

"If you are too dumb to know the moral difference between a union negotiating for workers pay, health ect. and a company trying to maximize profits you are just simply a rotten human being just like the capitalists you defend."

There's a moral difference? Why? because the jobs the company can provide, and the products and services it may provide are unimportant? Your views are a little onesided.

A company and the unions of its employees have the same goal - as much as possible for as little as possible.
 

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I have to say I am feeling divided on this one. While I agree that this sort of entry is entirely appropiate for a July 4th parade and applaud its creativity and vision in general, I do think the 'bloody baby' went too far for an event like this. I don't think it is fair to say that people are not patriots and should stay home and watch tv if they don't want their young children to be exposed to that kind of graphic depiction of the tragedies of war. This type of 'shock message' should be directed at adults and not used at a family event like this. The entry would have been just as powerful with the burka-clad woman holding a 'baby' (that was not bloody) trying unsuccessfully to get the Bush's attention.
If we wish to be taken seriously and to garner some sort of general support, we need to stop going out of our way to piss peole off in our efforts to inform them.
 

To Shock is to Awaken

There were hundreds (perhaps thousands) of children watching the parade. I'm aware of only one (perhaps two?) actual concrete "they scared my kid" complaints. This is what they call "a heckler's veto".

And this comes in the context of national obliviousness to a lethal U.S. occupation abroad in spite of repeated exposes and scandals. Even locally people are numbly reduced to powerlessness (compare the 3000 to 7000 that marched in Santa Cruz February 2003 against the war).

As a participant in the march and die-in, I noticed as much positive support and applause as it did criticism and boos--though the "Support Our Troops" (By Sending More of Them To Die) float behind us did seem to get more cheers.

My thanks to Art and Revolution for organizing this event, providing costumes and color, and publicizing it. We need more of this. It activates and educates far more than it alienates.

Remember that this small demonstration comes in the wake of official political censorship in prior Santa Cruz parades (at the Vet's Parade in June, and the two First Night parades in 2004 and 2003).

At that time, Art and Revolution and activists generally took no action to counter the official parade censorship. Ineffectual negotiations with First Night's Blake Smith were followed by submission or withdrawal.

The symbolic burka-ed mother keening and carrying a doll splattered with red paint was mild in the extreme compared to what goes on daily in Iraq. It pales next to the priests and activists of the Cantonville 9 who poured their own blood on selective service system files during the Vietnam.

In fact, the danger, it seems to me, is in not raising the cry of rage and anguish to a real level, so that it pierces the anesthetizing mist of media sedation and local complacency that surrounds us.

The anger of those who don't want to face the consequences of U.S. war crimes is actually a positive sign. It indicates we are hitting a nerve.

It'a also part of the cost of raising an issue that can only thrive in an atmosphere of ignorance, powerlessness, fear, and jingoism.
 

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This is an important discussion to be having. Is only pablum agreeable to the gov't in power eligible for free speech? Seems to me many contradicted, criticized and made fun of the gov't during Clinton's time in office. Is that only OK when liberals or progressives are leaders? Is violence from the aggressor's vantage point (as in the News) OK but not from the recipient's vantage point (bloody mom & baby)? If it's OK to create a bloody baby it ought to be OK to see it and talk about it. If we don't want our kids to see it, we shouldn't DO it.
 

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"If you are too dumb to know the moral difference between a union negotiating for workers pay, health ect. and a company trying to maximize profits you are just simply a rotten human being just like the capitalists you defend."

Really? I belonged to a union for 11 years and all I saw was some dickhead sleeping under a tree all day getting the same raise I was. Great incentive.

More power to the folks organising their skit/street theater - great that they can have the freedom to do that. Kind of interesting that anyone that makes the slightest comment supporting the US gets denigrated as some kind of dim-witted wannabe patriot. That speaks volumes of the mind set prevalent here. I can shit on the US flag and set it on fire and I get applause, mention that the US consistently contributes more than twice as much in aid as any other country in the world (oh yeah, since when is that actually REQUIRED?) and Comrade Steve goes on a mind bender about how I didn't actually submit my name/address/social security number. Guess what Shtevie, not everyone is on the same self-aggrandizement trip you are. Get over yourself.
 

Hippie-crits

While I find the controversial entry great, the trashing of those who don't agree is just as typically American fascism. Diversity includes everyone. We have all unfortunately benefitted from USA atrocities, and to act self-righteously disconnected is serious denial, and bullshit! It is truly great to be a stimulous for consciousness and positive change, however, gang mind-raping those who don't agree, is every bit as arrogant/hostile as those wonderful Americans in Fahrenheit 9/11.
 

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(Corrected)

Contrary to the strange delusions I’ve just read, I couldn’t care less who the anonymous rightwing poster that goes by "i" is and have not made an issue of it. I do, however, refuse to call this person “i?, since this would be confusing and grammatically incorrect. As for me using my real name; I stand by my words and hardly think that constitutes as an ego trip.

On the rest of this other rightwing nonsense, the anonymous poster has said nothing new, so I direct readers back to my earlier responses.

U.S. Out Of Iraq!
 

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Bones complains, "However, gang mind-raping those who don't agree..."

Unlike in the corporate media, those who come on this site defending U.S. imperialisms bloody war machine and exploitation will be answered. Those answers are the opposite of fascism, they are the antidote.
 

I've Yet To See A Remedy

It's great that alternative media sites exist, and people have the boldness to get real at a "McVanilla-USA" parade in Aptos, however, I've yet to see an antidote to the atrocities that are done to this day in our name. Bill Mahr has a show in a series, intermittantly on HBO, that reaches alot of folks, that has everyone from Ralph Nader to Alec Baldwin, and injects great humor to propel the truth. Michael Moore is a super example of someone on a mission, but I have folks I grew up with that are brainwashed by right-wing talk radio. It's so frustrating trying to get through to people that have committed intellectual suicide!
 

burn, amerikkka, burn

"Unlike in the corporate media, those who come on this site defending U.S. imperialisms bloody war machine and exploitation will be answered. Those answers are the opposite of fascism, they are the antidote."

Thanks for taking the time to reply people, Steve. i don't always have the time and knowledge to reply to the ignorant (pro-police state) statements made on Santa Cruz Indymedia.

fuck the fourth. burn, amerikkka, burn.
 

now there is the antidote

burn? kinda like the kkk, right?
 

Re: burn, amerikkka, burn

yes, amerikkka is very much like the KKK. Watch Bowling for Columbine, if you have not seen it.
 

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"Bill Mahr has a show in a series, intermittantly on HBO, that reaches alot of folks, that has everyone from Ralph Nader to Alec Baldwin, and injects great humor to propel the truth. Michael Moore is a super example of someone on a mission, but I have folks I grew up with that are brainwashed by right-wing talk radio. It's so frustrating trying to get through to people that have committed intellectual suicide! "

*LMFAO* I'm so glad you have remained immune from any brainwashing yourself. Must be from the wide diversity of opinions you seek out - everything from Michael Moore to Alec Baldwin! Please tell me you haven't neglected to seek enlightenment from Deepak Chopra!
 

Deepak Helped Me With Cancer

For free even. What have you done for anyone lately besides crack wise,i? I got my nickname with the Cleveland Browns. How about yours? Bones has been there for me too in my time of need.
 

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What have I done lately? Besides make my monthly contribution of food to the local battered women shelter, same thing I've been doing in my community for the last 7 years? I guess not much other than voice my opinion. Sorry about that.
Congrats on the nickname.
 

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