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June 2024
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(last update: July 20)

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“The colonizer, oppressor, invader is always blind to his crimes. He sees only the violent reaction – however minuscule – of the people whom he subjugates.”
—Ramzi Baroud
“The more powerful a nation becomes, the more it asserts its victimhood.”
—George Monbiot
“Killing lots of people and winning a war are not the same thing.”
—Fred Reed

Recent Writings on the
Massacre in Gaza
and Related Topics

(last update May 7)
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The Book I've
Waited 20 Years For

(Dec. 2022)

Writings on the
Russo-Ukrainian War
and Related Topics

(last update May 7)
hothouse earth hothouse earth Gas

An inquiry into greenhouse gas emissions

(last update: Dec. 2023)
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I Still
Dr. Seuss

March 2021
Rollaites for Peace

Peace vigils have been suspended until further notice. Check back often.

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Writings and Cartoons on COVID-19 Pandemic
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Recent Writings on the
COVID-19 Pandemic

(last updated July 8, 2024)
The Lone Ranger meets the Coronavirus

vaccinate On Evaluating Vaccines

Sept. 2021

Garlic-COVID This Medicinal Plant
May Protect Against
COVID-19 Infections

Sheep Herd Developing Herd Immunity

(a modest proposal)

Updated Sept. 1, 2020
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Writings and Cartoons

Short Quotes for the Coronavirus Era
“If you hear of a plague in a land, then do not go into it. If it happens in land where you are, then do not go out of it.”

—Prophet Muhammad
“It is only when the rich are sick that they fully feel the impotence of wealth.”

—Benjamin Franklin
“Reality must take precedence over public relations, for nature cannot be fooled.”

—Richard P. Feynman

“The mental boundaries we keep—between the human and the wild—are more porous than we may have ever imagined.”

—Gavin Van Horn

Benjamin Franklin

first Postmaster General of the United States of America

Benjamin Franklin
Famous Sayings of Benjamin Franklin
“There is no kind of dishonesty into which otherwise good people more easily and frequently fall than that
of defrauding the government.”
“As we enjoy great advantages from the inventions of others, we should be glad of an opportunity to serve others by any invention of ours, and this we should do freely and generously.” “We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately.” “All wars are follies, very expensive and very mischievous ones.”
Photos of Vigils and Demontrations at the Rolla Post Office
No War with Iran
Weekly Peace Vigil
2019 Global Strike for the Climate
Save Our Postal Service
Articles, Cartoons, Videos, Poems, Photos and More
Poetry Book last updated March 2020

Poems About My
Favorite Creatures

My Favorite
Climate Strike Photo

Dragon Class last updated March 2020

Grandpa Reads

tree 2014 — 2022

Poems Are Made
by Fools Like Me

(six poems)
Krystin and Helen October 2018

The Climate
and the Military

(talk at awards party)
Global Warming - Earthquake Demo July 2018

How Global Warming
Can Cause Earthquakes

War Against Sex April 2018

The War Against Sex and
Other Misbegotten Wars

Our Indigestible Sun August 2017

Our Indigestible Sun

(slide show of eclipse)
Sleeping Beauty May 2017

Russian National Ballet
Sleeping Beauty

(commemorative image)
Bomb Blast March 2017

Of Science
and Marches

Gender Identity September 2015

Gender Identity
(cartoon, myth & discussion)
Charlie Hebdo January 2015

A Cartoonist Must Die

(article and cartoon)
Lorax Game Earthday 2014

Plant a Tree for the Lorax

(video: Telling the Lorax story
and playing the Lorax game.)
Dinosaur Museum January 2014

World's Greatest
Dinosaur Museum

Evolution and the Platypus December 2013

Thoughts on Evolution
and the Duckbill Platypus

(cartoon and poems)
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