Sunday, June 29, 2014
There's not much that I watch on TV, mostly TCM, but I do Channel Surf and watch stations for a few seconds. When I see the TV Media, both local and National, I know that every one of them is keeping Secrets from the American People and that as Media they're entrusted to tell the Truth. Every one of them has known about Kelly Ripa, who I kind of like, for the past 7 years and has kept this a Secret, and no doubt there's other Secrets they're concealing violating the Trust of the American People. When I look at their Visage I can't stand the sight of them, if only Che were around today ... Si eres compaz de temblar de indignacion cada vez que se comete una injusticia, somos companeros...
The Americans had their Bolivian Lackeys murder Che, shooting him only in the body to make it seem that Che had died in combat. Che's body was cleaned and taken by helicopter the same day, October 9, 1967 to the nearest hospital, in Vallegrande, where his body was displayed in the hospital laundry which had a large open side and was surrounded by a large empty area to accommodate the many Authorities and Journalists. A nurse at the hospital ...I was told that the body of a very important person was coming in, who is this Che ... He seemed to be alive and following me with his eyes, there was no odor emanating from the body ... The next day the townspeople were allowed to view Che and it seemed as though all 10,000 did so. I was at the hospital laundry in Vallegrande and saw where Che's body lied, I said some Catholic Prayers for him, also at La Higuera.
She thinks about me more and more until I'm all she thinks about, this is because of the way I look and the kind of person I am ...hmm.. They're having the Scottish Highlander Games around San Diego this weekend and Dr. Mac.. said that she was attending, she and the junior doctor operated for 12 hours the day she did me, the Dear deserves some recreation, commune with other Scots ...
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Yesterday I had MOHS surgery for skin cancer on 3 places on my face, I was in there 6 hours and my face is half-covered in bandages (have light blue eyes and an oily complexion). The lady who did the surgeries is the same doctor who did the same on me 5 years ago. Seeing her I said ...Dr. Mac .., the excellent shot-giver.... The Doctor got her M.D. at Tufts but says that she learned from a Navy Corpman (an enlisted man) how to give shots so they don't hurt. Every other doctor or nurse who's given me a shot in a sensitive area, it's hurt. You know, just jab it in, it's not their face or wherever, that's it. A lot to do with not hurting the patient is to stick the needle in slowly. They don't teach how to not hurt the patient in Medical Schools, I've been told this. The good Doctor biopsied my nose (no cancer) and every previous shot I've had in my nose hurt like heck, the nerve center of the face you will have tears rolling down your face, no matter who you are. And her shot(s) in my nose didn't hurt at all. Why, I can't stand pain, so now you know that there's one Doctor who not only does a perfect job on her surgeries but also takes the care to prevent her patients' unnecessary pain.
Alberto Gonzalez is Al the benevolent landlord (a tenant who displeased him, he gave the guy's possessions to the GoodWill). Al is "74" and had a major stroke over the past year, are you going to begrudge him that his Hero is Che? Al was an officer in the 82nd Airborne for 6 years, have any of you served your Country as well? Al is descended from Captain Patricio Gonzalez who was given a Spanish Land Grant in what is now New Mexico only a sliver of which they have today although they have the original document. Che was Basque and Irish (Lynch) and in explaining his son's actions his father said he's descended from Irish Revolutionaries. I don't know if he was or not, this is what his Old Man said. Interestingly, Al's wife, the mother of his 3 sons, was Boston Irish. Al is an Industrial Engineer and made a lot of money, his sons are very successful although none fomented Revolution. Alberto Korda's picture of Che, "Guerrilleo Heroico," is considered the most famous photo ever. Shot through the legs the day before and bound sitting in a chair, Che attempted to stand ...Shoot, Coward, kill the man never the ideal...
Sunday, June 22, 2014
I did many interesting things on this trip. I was in some very high and cold places in S. America such as La Paz, Bolivia, 12 to 12,500 ft., and never wore a coat, just one of the 2 ban-lons that I took with me. So many of you are pansies that I try to set an example for you although I'm sure it did no good. I was in the schoolhouse in La Higuera, Bolivia where on Oct. 9, 1967 Ernesto "Che" Guevara was executed, and buddy, it's hard to get there. Born on June 14, 1928 in Rosario, Argentina, I've been to his first residence, then and now an upscale apartment building. And I've been to his immense mausoleum in Cuba as well as where his body lied for 30 years in Villagrande, Bolivia. Che was misguided but some of his qualities were amongst the highest attained by a person. A high intellectual, he had a vast appreciation for poetry and literature. Che graduated with his M.D. at "25" in 1953 from the U. of Buenos Aires despite having taken a year off to travel S. America by motorcycle where he was outraged by the miserable living conditions of the Masses. In 1954 he met Raul and Fidel Castro in Mexico City and fought with them against the Regime of Fulgencio Batista in Cuba. By the time of Victory in Cuba Che was 2nd in Command to Fidel. Che killed and had killed many thousands, if he thought someone was in the way of the Revolution he would kill them with no more thought than had he stepped on a cockroach. Bored with peace in Cuba in 1965 he gave up his Cuban Citizenship and went to Africa and then to Bolivia where he vowed to continue Revolution, this caught the eye of the U.S. whose Imperialism he denounced as "Capitalist Exploitation" and before long Bolivia was full of Green Berets and Helicopters. Captured in battle on Oct. 8, 1967 by CIA-backed Bolivian Forces, the U.S. gave the Bolivians the word to summarily execute Che. At the exact spot of execution inside the schoolhouse I pinned to the wall a paper---Che, Loved and Esteemed by Alberto Gonzalez and admired by Ed Preusse Rest In Peace, Comandante
Thursday, June 19, 2014
I got to San Diego from Laughlin late last night and slept a couple hours in my car before going to LaJolla Cove to hopefully watch a dramatic sunrise from the East (the Sunset certainly is), eh, I did the same thing last year, it just gets lighter and lighter. But lots of Harbor Seals lounging on the Beach at this location, the tourists love the Seals. For the past few years I've wanted to get rid of this car for something modern, like from the 90's, but there's nothing comparable and the thing runs well. The people back in Ohio were a lot more normal than the ones out West, say in Las Vegas and San Diego. Back in Ohio if you asked somebody where they lived they'd say, on Delia Ave. near Dorchester, out here if you ask the same question they'll be evasive and give you an answer that doesn't tell you at all where they live as they're afraid if you learned that you might somehow use this information against them (give me strength). Where I stay at in San Diego is jacking up the rent but I don't think I can do better, I've been trying this morning, now that relative prosperity has returned there's a pent-up desire to be indulged.
I really dislike her. Since the Olympics McKayla has made a lot of money and will continue to, and much of this is due to my constantly mentioning her over the past 2 years, otherwise she would have been forgotten. As far as I'm concerned she and I are square-up, I don't owe her anything.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Real great trip, was in the Caribbean for a little over 3 weeks and S. America a mite longer. Added 3 countries for a total of 118 I've been to, quite a haul. Returned horribly underweight, poor me. Now, on June 25 I turn "67", and of this past Sept. 28 I had outlived both my parents (I'm German, I keep statistics on anything you can think of, we're all this way in our effort to be concise). During my lifetime I've done everything for you people that I possibly could but don't think this'll continue forever, you know, like "Charlotte's Web."
Really sorry to hear about Tony Gwynn, just 3 months ago I saw Tony coach S.D. State against UNLV, of course I saw him play numerous times. The smallest bat in the Majors, I swang one of his Silver Bats at the SD Hall of Champions (allowed to). I never chawed but smoked for 16 years, commonplace then, I've been clean now for 30 years this past Sept. 5. McKayla goes out of her way to irritate me, so that's that, Thick Mick Chick.