Monthly Archives: July 2011

NORTHERN EXPOSURES

1. Anders Behring Breverick, disguised as a policeman, was horrified the Muslim horde from flooded Asia & drought-ridden horn of Africa would overrun Norway: he descended on the youth camp & mowed the future politicians down… He must put a … Continue reading

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UNTENABLE

1. “Two former military officers were convicted…of murder, kidnapping and torture” at “El Vesubio” prison during the 1976-1983 military junta’s dirty war on dissidents, which officially claimed 13,000 lives” & where “Col. Pedro Alberto Duran regularly raped female prisoners and … Continue reading

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SURVIVOR & OTHER POEMS

1. A. “I had something better to do, which was to keep silent,” Groachino Rossini, who composed “Guillaume Tell,” & retired from the operatic scene for 40 years, quipped, adding, “I belonged to my time,” in his conversation with Wagner… … Continue reading

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UNLOVE

1. A. “I don’t love her anymore,” declares John Carpenter, film director, scriptwriter, about his horror-genre film career that catapulted him to fame. He has spent three decades of his life to his art, & the trade-off has scared him… … Continue reading

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