Went to a candidate forum at Google
in September. The only candidate that gave me that "She is worth
helping out!" feeling was Alison Hicks. Partly that's because
we've been on the same side of many issues over many years. Partly
that's because too much about the other candidates was predictable
and my efforts wouldn't make a difference.
October 17, 2018: Came across this
book review about the relationship between "Animal
Politics and Political Animals
". So surprised that the Dutch
would elect politicians from a Party for the Animals. I'm thinking
this is further proof that Europeans and Americans have different
August 30, 2018: Playing with the
random article button on wikipedia I came across a Chet
biopage. Fascinating ideas!
This website is
an effort to share my search for happiness with other people. It is a large
maze of pictures and words, and if you hunt around you are bound
to find something interesting sooner or later. Click the
pictures to see what is behind them, scroll when you feel like
it, and maybe you will find an enjoyable echo of my bliss.
Use the back button on the control panel when you find a dead
2018: Found this at the end of the "continued on page 34" for a
front page ballot access news story in the paper. So thrilled
that the voters seem likely to have picked Alison Hicks, whom I
also voted for. 98 votes is an incredibly thin margin, but it is
starting to look like enough. After I saw this story I called up
Virginia who looked it up on the web and said "Now Alison leads
by 100 votes."
read my mission
statement by clicking here.
Web master: Tian Harter (As of 7/10/2018 the email has been downgraded to something I have
access to only when over at the girlfriends or a public library
internet terminal. Don't expect the kind of prompt attention I
used to give stuff when it came straight to the desk I'm at most
of the time.)
Click on any picture to begin a tour of this world!
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