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Thursday, August 28, 2014

No Means to an End Some Hacker is Obstructing Justice Now
Texas Victims People of Means by no Means

A very inspiring story of bravery and commitment is the battle of the Alamo on the day Col. Travis drew a line in the sand, asking the 200 defenders to cross and stand against Santa Anna would be death, but would give time for General Houston to gain the time he needed.

Me? I would not know if this story to be true. Travis ordered me to deliver a message to General Houston, and his choice was not based on what he told me, "You are light agile and the fastest rider we have." 

"Mount your pony and let no man stand in your way." 

I resisted, overhearing Col. Travis and the other men talking about me, not wanting a sixteen year old boy to die with them. Travis pulled his pistol and ordered me, "Mount that horse or die where you stand." [See the Alamo FBI They Helped Me and I Am Sure They Will Help You. Some Hacker is Obstructing Justice Now 12:43 hours 08/28/2014 and missed up my cowboy novel. that makes 7 books Houston Se Owes Me]

I placed the letter inside my shirt deep and jerk the reins as my pony, jumped and cleared the wall of the Alamo, “Never looking back to see if my friends had come.”

After delivering the message waiting in the Robert E. Lee Hotel lobby; a bellhop drops a note in my lap that read, "You don't lead enough organized crime to be considered effective." Across the fountain that decorated the lobby, a dark haired gentlemen’s face was peeking out an open door.  His eyes tell me to drop the message in a wastebasket just like the trash that dropped the note in my lap. He jerked his head to follow, leaving the door part way open. I got up and made my way to the entrance. 

I walked around the fountain toward the door as body bumped up against me.  I said, “excuse me’ to the bellhop righting his vest  with a tug or two, while staring back with contempt that pushed me further to the door that open to  the stairwell leading up to the sound of the gentlemen’s footsteps.

Ted Lavender Rev IV 08/28/2014 

Monday, August 25, 2014

Greg Abbott is there Justice in Texas?

The Line In Sand

Diggin Up Missing Persons Bones South Central Texas

A very inspiring story of bravery and commitment is the battle of the Alamo on the day Col. [Randy] Travis drew a line in the sand, asking the 200 defenders to cross and stand against Santa Anna would be death, but would give time for General Houston to gain the time he needed. 

The Line In Sand

A very inspiring story of bravery and commitment is the battle of the Alamo on the day Col. Travis drew a line in the sand, asking the 200 defenders to cross and stand against Santa Anna would be death, but would give time for General Houston to gain the time he needed. 

Me? I would not know if this story to be true. Travis ordered me to deliver a message to General Houston, and his choice was not based on what he told me, "You are light agile and the fastest rider we have." 

"Mount your pony and let no man stand in your way." 

I resisted, overhearing Col. Travis and the other men talking about me, not wanting a sixteen year old boy to die with them. Travis pulled his pistol and ordered me, "Mount that horse or die where you stand."

I placed the letter inside my shirt deep and jerk the reins as my mount, jumped and cleared the wall of the Alamo, “Never looking back to see if my friends had come.”

After delivering the message waiting in the Robert E. Lee Hotel lobby; a bell hop drops a note in my lap, "You don't lead enough organized crime to be consider effective." 

Good! They Got Something Right!

by Ted Lavender 08/23/2014 
Rev see 08/05/2014

Is the Pope Catholic?

Have you ever tied to Dixie Cup Brothers Together with string and made A Communication Device that 
Cannot Be Hacked?

Mailed To Myself After I Invented It In Corpus Christi Texas

Trillions of Dollars have been wasted on Bush era Domestic Surveillance and it also true Trillions of dollars have prudently invested that keeps us safer. All the money in world, top dollar expert advisers, media takeovers, the most sophisticated digital systems known to man and the Koch brothers are just Dixie cup investment trolls from d’Hannis Texas.

Saturday, August 23, 2014

One Bullet One Shot

Do You People Talk To Each Other?

Let Me Help You -  36 percent of the total enrolled Veteran population.

Empirical Research Hacked Again

“VHA strives to provide high-quality, accessible health care to all enrolled Veterans,” said Interim Under Secretary for Health, Dr. Carolyn Clancy.  “However, we must know where rural Veterans live in order to provide adequate access to care. This requires the best possible definition of ‘rural’ land areas. With this change, VHA will be able to better serve this important Veteran population.”

If  I Was Banker I Would Give This Veteran A Call
830-429-1965 or Use the Phone Book
Improving VHA’s method for identifying urban, rural and highly rural Veterans will result in more accurate identification of rural Veterans

Improving VHA’s method for identifying urban, rural and highly rural Veterans will result in more accurate identification of rural Veterans, improved reporting of the number and location of rural Veterans and of statistics on their geographic access to sites of care along with improved allocation of resources and improved research on rural Veterans’ needs.

Currently, 3.2 million rural Veterans are enrolled in the VA system, which represents 36 percent of the total enrolled Veteran population.

For a more detailed explanation of the change, visit the VA Office of Rural Health website

Full Article:

Thursday, August 21, 2014

In Texas Are You Crazy

Further Your Education On Line?
In Texas, a state that cannot be trusted with petty cash at a hot-dog stand. Sure! Write with Microsoft word and publish your own newspaper or maybe write a book or patent a design for trolls to steal.  Not to worry the Ethics committee is on your side “nobody is above the law.”

Who’s Law? The RICO psycho terrorist or Murphy’s Law “if can happen it will happen and did.”

Further your education on line, when you receive emails from dead people that are scanned over by the  “Robocoptic Finger “ or you find out a family member has committed suicide from human experimentation or integrative techniques that have been illegal in every state of union sense the 1950’s? 
Robocoptic Finger of Fate
Hell No!

When You Get I.T. Fixed and Put The Texas Criminal Hackers in Jail, 
Let Us Know!

Monday, August 18, 2014

To Be Credible and Trustworthy

Human Experimentation Is the Power of 
The Federal Government Not the Powers of State of Texas
Especially if your Governor has Just been Indicted for Abuse of Power

No Matter How You Twist I.T. 

The Sugar Companies are liable for Class Action Suit – They Are Busted

TV Jacking
That's A Fact Jack

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Fergepiphenomenalism We Want Radio Visuals Inside All Police Homes

 Texas Private Cyber Security Firms
Are A National Security Liability

Every time Congress enacts a new law, no matter how trivial, we are stripped of our freedom to legislate our own actions, placing the burden of our behavior on law 
enforcement agencies. If Congress were to pass a law today that banned sex, very few people would  obey the law nor would the police enforce it. However, if the law
only applied to citizens and not politicians and police, it would lead to government corruption. 

Very Good Recent Example: 
Cannibal Police Acquitted Leads to Texas SAPD Police Free Lunch

Likewise, congressional lawmakers know, no matter how rational a proposition may seem in theory, the only way to prove a legislative mandate benefits the greater good is after the law is applied. If a newly drafted law is the cause of bitter sweet or unjust consequences, the law is debated by a Congressional oversight committee and if necessary adjusted in some way or repealed.

A press release dated October 6, 2006 stated:

“Digital Ally…which develops, manufactures, and markets advanced technology products for law enforcement, homeland security, and commercial security applications, today announced that John Ashcroft and Judge William S. Sessions have joined the Company’s Advisory Board.”

These electronic devices used in psychological programs such as MK-Ultra, a mid 20th century secret mind control re-search project, have been abused by Texas leadership.

Behavioral political control networks and harmful biological or electronic devices exist and have been used against targeted peaceful political adversaries in a number of ways: 

Illegal gathering of investigative information, intimidation, blacklisting, hacking, interrogation torture techniques and human behavioral experiments that have caused harm and injury to unknown numbers of Texas citizens.

The only way that all of those civil liberties we think we have are persevered is by the United States Justice Department. However, the Bush Administration made a hit list of U.S. Attorneys and fired those not subservient to the Republican Party. For example, in early 2007 a U.S. Attorney in San Diego was fired a day after she served warrants in a criminal investigation of defense contractors with close GOP ties. 

After George Bush was elected president in 2000, Rick Perry, then Lieutenant Governor, assumed the Governor’s office. It was Perry who issued executive order establishing a state Governor's Task Force on Homeland Security, also known as RP8.

“This executive order supersedes all previous orders and shall remain in effect and in full force until modified, amended, rescinded, or superseded by me  [Governor Rick Perry] or by a succeeding Governor.”

Unfortunately, the order was still in effect as of his third election in 2010, giving the Texas Governor almost complete dictatorship, including more than 3,000 bias appointees, some embedded in the State Supreme Court creating a corrupt Texas justice system. 

Texas also has a long history of using white supremacists for gun running, drug dealing, and human trafficking. Executive Order RP8 violated the civil and human rights of all Texas citizens clearly expressed by the Constitution of the United States. Governor Rick Perry used overt and covert acts against Texans solely to retain power and oppress the people of Texas in the name of national security, as justified by the Patriot Act.

He openly declared war on the Unit-ed States and attempted succession from the Union without consideration of law abiding American patriots who reside in Texas and are United States citizens.

The Governor of Texas by virtue of the power and authority is legally responsible for, and is directly linked to, the abuse of federal funds by establishing RP8. The executive order led to political favors for state as well as federal employees who act without fear of prosecution as if above the law.

Rick Perry sat aloof of illegal acts as if by washing his hands releases him from any involvement as all others by his orders must suffer punishment by law as a consequence of his executive emergency order and their own illegal actions. 

These favors and lawless orders [RICO Violations] were justified as a necessary evil to protect against an unidentified, fictitious enemy designated as terrorists, instead of 
specific persons or organizations that have attacked or plan to attack the United States or declare war. This fear of the unknown leads to an abuse of power by oppressing the populace with anti-ethical investigations and prosecutions of the innocent with unfounded conspiracy charges whenever the Governor of Texas cries wolf, or terrorism.

See The Trail of Tears:

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Hamas Bites the Apple

ISIS Texas Forbidden Fruit
 Am Sure I Said and FBI Saved It
Report Elevated To The DOD 
Don't Understand It Good!
Anybody Else Want To Breach My Private Documents and Force Disclosure In Public?
My Privacy Why It Should Concern The United States State Department and Those That Breached
my notes and Used That Information to Harm The Integrity of Several Federal Agencies
Retaliation In The Worse Forms

Taking Friendly Fire After A Kind Letter Sent By Me and Received by those of Public Trust

Exas Stretch Your Diet

Religious Patterns of Early Civilizations:
Mesopotamia and Predynastic Egypt

The earliest civilizations of Mesopotamia and Predynastic Egypt developed from regional religious patterns into complex social systems of centralized control in the late fourth fifth millennia BC. The civilized life emerged first in Mesopotamia, known today as Iraq from
agriculture centers dominating the fertile biblical frontiers of the Tigers and Euphrates Rivers around 4,500 BC.  

Temple city states of Egypt develop along the banks of the Nile shortly after the first 
settlements were established five centuries later. Artifacts excavated from the Tigris- Euphrates and Nile alluvial systems demonstrate a high social degree of political order administered from city and religious centers equaled by Rome and modern day civilization (Sumer).

Civilizations are distinguished from populated settlements by the degree of organizational development used to administer activities of social group. Archaeologist piece together 
evidence of religious, political, and economic systems into groups called analytical segments of cultures.  These groups correlate to social patterns, or models used to simplify and better understand the organizational stages of city development. We understand 
Ancient Middle East cities as well as Predynastic Egyptian temples corporations by comparing social patterns deciphered from artifacts.

The earliest settlers of Mesopotamia were wandering nomadic bands arriving in the area of today’s Iraq as early as the Paleolithic period (Nissen p15). These early settlers met or seasonal climatic changes  were resolved by moving away from poorer conditions.  Some regions were more desirable, prolonging the stay. 

Hunting gathering bands formed on 
choice differentiated hinterland providing a wider variety of resources of game, herbs and grain. The basic social patterns of these settlers were assumed by a clan leaders, or chiefs, ruling by consensus.

As populations increased in the newly settle land more complex social system developed. During the period of 6000-3200 BC, isolated settlements dominated choice lands with access to water. Evidence of food production and food storage were already highly developed before this period (Nissen p 39). We know little of the religious patterns before 
the appearance of art; however animism is believed to be established before the 
pre-pottery stage of early humans. Animism, as viewed by Edward Tyler is the belief in nature. Tyler believed that ritual grew out of beliefs in nature as a result of human reasoning (Hicks p 4).

An increasing population created a need for more crops and irrigation systems appear during the Neolithic period of 6000 B.C. (p 5). Irrigation systems require workers and administrators to manage the construction, maintenance, and flow of water. The irrigation theory suggests that complex societies of Mesopotamia developed into complex social systems from the administration of irrigating canals. These social systems grew more 
complex as workers were paid by food rations which in turn created diverse niches of economic opportunities.

The Halaf period 5300 B.C. “named after Tell Halaf in Northern Syria” marks the earliest pottery period of finely painted pieces produce from homes. Painted pottery created a demand for specialist which slowly progressed into trade (Nissen p 45). As populations grew and centralized, townships emerge around local villages creating more complex 
social patterns. The rules of social interaction between villages now formed to a consensus of people not of the same decent administered by group chieftains.

The first cities emerged from a need of a complex centralized control of leaders both religious and political. Regional control of isolated settlements became necessary especially settlements of northern Mesopotamia controlling the head waters.  Written accounts of the early Dynastic period around 3100 BC reported a continual dispute for borders and borderland controls (Nissen p 135).

Southern Mesopotamia was divided up into small city states early third millennium BC. Tablets from building built on top levels at the Eana district of Uruk produced numerous tablets. These tablets account for a new centralized religious system of political control. 

Populations began migrating to the centers of power. Sumerian Temple hymns list 35 city-states just in the south. Each city state was associated with a city-god and sanctuary. 

The Sumerians believed that these gods actually founded the city states and honored city gods with and through temple hierarchies (The Joukowsky Institute).

Enmerkar was builder of Uruk, and said to have reigned for hundreds of years as listed in the Sumerian King List known as the “Babyloniaca”  written by Berossus between 290 and 278 BC. The Sumerian king list states Enmerkar “brought the official king ship from the city of Eana, after his father Mesh-ki-ag-gasher, son of Utu, had “entered the sea and 
disappeared.” Enmerkar is also known from Sumerian mythology as “Enmerkar and the Lord of Aratta” the son of Utu and built the temple at Eridu (Enmerkar).

The new social trend extended the nuclear class of elite to clan level. Charles Keith 
Maisels quotes Sumerologist I.M Diaknoff and I.J. Gelb from his text “Early Civilizations of the world:

“enable us to see the structure of ancient family and clan much better than at any other time of Mesopotamian history. Texts such as the Manishtushu Oblelisk describe the ancestry of sellers which is often as long six generations. Theses long lists of generations provide us evidence that there were also extended families besides nuclear families, which in turn were grouped into larger social 
configurations up to the level of “clans”. (Gel et al. 1991:2) (Maisels p163)."

The importance of Sumerian honor and belief in city gods is reflected in temple structure.  The capital city of the Sumerian city-state Lagash covered an area of 100 hectares; however, the majority of this land was devoted to gods. Maisels writes: 

“Those temple establishments included (at the highest point of the mound) the Bagara, belonging to Ningirsu, “Lord of Girsu”, the god of Lagash; Gatumdug, the “mother of Lagash”; Shagepada, the precinct of Nanshe; the establishment of the goddess Bau (which has supplied so many documents); and the Ibgal of the goddess of fecundity, Inanna, who with An, Enlil an Enki is the one of the supreme gods of Sumero-Akkadian pantheon. Enannatun’s reconstruction of the Ibgal (originally built by his grandfather 
Urnanshe) within its “temple oval” formed by a platform and enclosing wall (Maisels p166).”

Ningirsu as lord of Girsu also worshiped as Ninurta was the god of Nippur. The cult of Ninurta can be traced to earliest Sumerian mythology. Ninurta was worshipped in Nippur as a triad of deities with his Enlil as his father and Ninlil as his mother. His father Enlil was the chief God or ancestral city god of Nippur that attempted to mobilize the individual cities of Sumer. One version of the Ninurta tale illustrates the monster Anzu that steals the tablets of Destiny. In order for Enlil to maintain rule he must protect the “The 
Tablets of Destiny”. Ninurta slays the monster and saves his fathers kingdom (An)

The story of Ningirsu shows important associations almost religious relationships that Sumerians have to the written word, usually on tablets, as if ancient inscriptions determined events of good and bad fortune. Certainly bad fortune would reflect a lack of  respect 
to city Gods by the elite.  Writing becomes a specialized function of scribes as Sumerian during the same period that kings are associated as living gods.

As economic, political, and religious social systems became more complex, writing became a specialized function of scribes. During the Early Dynastic I 3500 B.C. and II period 2500 B.C. Writing changes from logographic to simpler symbols. (Adams)  Text from the 
Shuruppak site was the latest advancement that reproduced the speech exactly. Previous ‘sentences” had consisted of a string of nouns. It is now possible to express syntactical relationships as entireties (Nissan p 137).

More advance writing is seen in the inscriptions of the ruler Ur-Nanshe of Lagash shortly after the Shuruppak texts. These writing are referred to “royal inscriptions” which, form then on, rulers can give lengthy detail reports of their actions (p 137). These lengthy 
stories first began in the period of Eannatum of Lagash 2000 B.C. Most importantly the scribes were of the elite population of political control. (Nissan p 138).

Sumerian burials artifacts are similar to predynastic Egyptian pieces made of precious stones or finely worked metal such items are associated with an elite ruling class both in Mesopotamia and Predynastic Egypt. Although the works were from different culture the 
quality of material was “fit for a king.” Artifacts uncovered from the Sumerian cities of Kish, Nippur and Ur such as jewelry, gold, and metal crafts were similar to  Egyptian Nagada III phase burial goods, such as jewelry, gold, and metal crafts “marked elitism” explains Bill Manley:

“such expensive items were more widely distributed amongst the populations than would be the case in dynastic times. Also by this time, large brick-built towns appeared at sites such as Elephantine, Herakonplois, and Nagada…and monumental cult buildings.”

Notably, Egyptian temples were of equal political/ religious importance of the Ziggurats of Sumer (Manley p22). However, the Egyptian cultural of the dynastic period built the largest tomb temple palaces of the Near East at least matching the architectural design of Mesopotamian Ziggurats.

The temples of Egypt differ from the Ziggurats of Sumer as functional storage and distribution centers for agriculture commodities as well as religious importance. Ziggurats are reported to be more of a worshiping citadel for ritual cult activities. The temple 
corporations of pre-dynastic Egypt facilitated as living quarters of temple workers with segregated facilities for stores and local 

Egyptian temples accommodated their own workers such as butcher, baker, brewers, and weavers. Each temple system had an hierarchy of members, the elite sat among the lofty positions of political control. Economy of any given temple was balanced by an 
unbalanced budget for example too much figs not enough dates meant trade with figs to other temples for dates.

Religious patterns of Mesopotamia and Predynastic Egypt bear remarkable similarities influenced by demographic and development factors of early civilization.  The Sumerians established the world’s earliest known cities on the alluvial plane of Sumer in southern Mesopotamia around 2800 BC (Sumer).  

The cities of Sumer developed into city-states with Strong religious associations synonymous to early Egyptian temple-states five centuries later. The complex social systems of city-state and temple 
corporations of both cultures were controlled by elite political groups sanctified by popular religious rituals and beliefs (Manley p22).

Religious patterns of Mesopotamia and the Nile developed from economic necessity in order to supply food and rations for growing populations in fertile yet dry climates. Sumer populations relied on complex irrigation systems from drying tributaries of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. The people of Egypt depended on Nile seasonal floods with unpredictable famine seasons.  Complex 
administration systems as well as specialist were required to operate the irrigation canals of Sumer as well as administrating Egyptian Temple storage/ distribution systems.

In both Mesopotamian and Predynastic Egyptian societies, political power was by proxy of a given god to the established elite class. Power was exercised in both cultures by the construction of land holding monuments or public works rationed in agriculture commodities to workers of different organizational skills – so much energy draws people together. A monarchy of city gods dominated regional areas and cities of pre dynastic Sumer prior to 3000 B.C.  Kish was the first city established by the Sumerians. 
Each city and later city-state was represented by a Sumerian god; although power was with the elite until the Akkadian king Sargon ascended to the throne 2334-2279 B.C.

Just as in pre-dynastic Sumer, archeologists speculate that proto-kingdoms or a confederacy of the elite may have competed from the throne of Egypt prior to the Narmer recorded on a Herakonplois temple slate palette as a living god. Religious beliefs of 
Predynastic Egypt were probably forged from animism as with  Mesopotamia or could have assimilated along the Levant Coast of Syria to the Nile Delta.

There is more compiling evidence establishing Aha as the first Egyptian king whom remains were buried in Abydos on the western bank of the Nile south of the river bend in lower Egypt 2900 B.C. (Manley p 23). Egyptian influence has been documented well before 2000 BC. Two-way trade is evident by scarabs found in tombs at Archanes, Gournes and Lebena. 

Minoan exports, clearly technical achievements of the Levant such as pottery have been recorded as far as Aswan, Abydos, and Kahun. Likewise, silver vessels discovered at Tod parallels with Cretan pottery and metal work (Cunliffe 239).

Nomadic tribes from the early Holocene epoch also built megaliths 7,000 and 6,500 years ago in southerner Egypt 100 km west of Abu Simbel. These people worship the scared cow. It is possible that the religious beliefs of Nabta Playa tribe traveled south on the Nile and assimilated religious patterns to Mesopotamia via the Nile Delta and trail along the Levant sea shore.

In Egypt as well as Mesopotamia, cattle were regarded as the earthly representation of early gods. Both cultures worshiped the bull in various ways and cults. The Catal Huyk site of Mesopotamia is a good example of the “bull cult.” Preserved horns of bulls set into plaster were excavated from Catal Huyk temples (Eichman). The cattle god in Predynastic Egypt held as much importance as the bother gods Horus and Seth (Emuseum).

It is believed that the Nabta Playa tribe worshiped cattle as gods as “Gods of Rain” which strengthens Tyler’s theory of animisms as the bases for religious patterns of Mesopotamia and Predynastic Egypt The goddess of Catal Huyk is associated with the bull cult as a goddess of fertility as resembles the Aurignacian Venuses of 30,000 B.C. (Eichman). 

Although religious belief differed in many 
ways, early religious patterns are evidenced by the worship of cattle and a goddess of fertility (Eichman).

Religious beliefs of ancient Egypt centered on a cosmology of Nu the supreme deity over the vast waste of water post creation. Nu created or gave birth to a sun god similar to Utu the Sumerian God. The Egyptian sun god was called Kheyera at dawn, Ra at noon and Tun at dusk Ra created his wife Tefnut and she gave birth to Seb, God of the Earth and Nat the Goddess of the sky. Out of the union of Nat and Seb came Osiris, Isis, Set and Nepthys (Howard).

Osiris had  two brothers Horus and Seth. Horus represented Upper Egypt and Seth the southern boundaries. Osiris was there 
main god poetically reflected in the poem “The magic Flute” a story of Osiris and Isis Osiris wife that roamed the world looking for the dismembered body parts of her husband.

The sun god Ra is the most important deity of the Nile culture bringing all life into creation. The Egyptians believed that Ra had only to think to materialize any creature on earth. Ra was worshiped as the first king on Earth. The belief in the sun god as first king gave rise to Pharaoh king-gods of dynastic Egypt (Howard). The trend of sun god to god king is evident in both cultures as Ra in Egypt and Utu as son god of Sumer.

The earliest civilizations of Mesopotamia and Predynastic Egypt developed from regional religious patterns of animism and
developed into god-king political power of city-state or temple corporations. The development of religious patterns of both cultures grew from regional chieftains of ancestral lineage into a centralized elite based religious/ political control.

Although many differences in actual cults, ritual, and beliefs, both religious systems migrated by necessity to a religious political power in order to control growing and centralizing populations. Religious patterns of the Sumer and predynastic Egypt developed  from similar social patterns insuring political power of the elite prior to true monarchy systems of the dynasty period.

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Monday, August 4, 2014

Find the geek with graph start arresting Redrum Redrum Redrum (arsi o'dell graph)

Kens5 TV KOCH Bro News
 Things That Don't Matter? 
Local News As If There Are No More 
Tea Party Illegal Militia Murder Bodies To Dig Up And They Are Digging Them Up

The Torture Team
NEPAL: Torture victims file case against police at

"It All Got Out Of Hand (Senator Cornyn)"
This is just 2004 -2005
The Police Sworn Officers Build Empires Off of Federal Funding

Pay The Money Back

Beyond Your Own Ears and Illegal
Terrorism and Espionage

First Post 05/28/2014
Bush Human Experimentation
Redrum Redrum  Redrum (arsi o'dell graph)"

It’s not my fault really; it was a human experiment that went wrong in 2007. They had targeted my brother through his computer satellite system and he transmitted or transported an essay titled “PLUTONIA” to my system. Anyways, they continued to do experimentations on my brother not knowing that they tapped into my computer 150 miles south near the Tex Mex border and what happened was awful and inhumane. So it goes when people play god and human life is treated like a cheap commodity save the wealthy few or those in power. 


by a Real Texas Cowboy Daniel O'Dell

 Dust specks were twirling about; the hard ground came upward, Tumbleweeds rolled, a coyote howled, A doctors office, nearby, Chris looked at the sign; all it said was “EXPOSED.” A dusty broken windowed doctors office, nearby; Chris turned back when the bugle on The Zillakowidic Thronmenclator was blaring out. Chris walked down to the end of the drive. Joe Oldclean said, “There you are!” Katrina Hipburn said, “We’ve been looking for you for two jovial orbits and one loudy-moon-a-tude displacement.” Chris climbed in the back seat, when he asked Dewey, “Why didn’t you just swoop down, then pick me up.” Dewey Decimal said, “What do you mean?” Christ said, “Back there at that Curved Ville Place.” Dewey looked around, “What are you talking about?” Chris said, “When you were flying; and these two were doing nothing more then enjoying the view?” Dewey Decimal Woodhead replied; “I can’t fly this thing, I don’t have my license.” 

   The Zillakowidic Thronmenclator barreled down the dusty road. Chris said, What ever you do don’t look back. Dewey Decimal Woodhead, was staring over the rear ottoman atman, they passed beneath the lonesome acidic-rained golden tri-arches. Dewey read the words out loud; “Pheasant Valley Sundown.” Chris said, “Your lucky you didn’t turn into a pillar of salt. Joe Oldclean, said, “That’s an old wives tail.” Rogenettte said, “ To narrowly project a location in space first we must project three coordinates in space; X,Y and Z. Then calculate the space time continuum developmental factor called intermittence.” Chris said, “So you admit it then, find a land mark then write what you se, then go to the next demarcation.” Rogenettte said, Chris you are so unscientific, I don’t know how I could have fallen so deeply in live with you.” Dewey Decimal Woodhead, started laughing, Katrina Hipburn turn to the back seat, telling Dewey, “Its not nice to laugh at true love.” Chris complained, “I’m not in the mood for all this nonsense.” Roganett said, “What do you men nonsense.” The Thronmenclator was gaining more elevation, when Oldclean said, “There’s something or somebody up ahead!” Katrina Hipburn was the first to say; “It’s a man walking his dog.” Dewey Decimal Woodhead, said, “Its lassie!” Oldclean, said; “No; lassie was part collie, part flat nosed black faced Pekinese’s.”  Katrina said, “No he wasn’t, he was half Boxer half long noses Afghan.”   Chris said, “That looks more like a wolf then a dog.” Joe Oldclean manipulated the small Zillakowidic close to the ground. A dark black haired man, came up to them saying; “ Vie be Jood Dooth, and this is my canine Spontaneous Combustion.” Then he said, “Vell can I have a lift or not.” Te crew was staring at the man, for his face was like a gray owl. Seeing the dog all dusty from the magnet-carter of Jupiter’s discrepancies, climbed out to meet the lone strangers. Jood Dooth quipped; “