Monthly Archives: October 2014

Mark Weiss the Frederick Douglass agitator type

John Fredrich, candidate for member, Palo Alto City Council and a retired Gunn High School of Palo Alto social studies teacher, suggests that rather than thinking of Andrew Goodman the martyred “outside agitator” when Bill Johnson real estate investor and … Continue reading

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Go, Dohatsuten, Giants

With a 3-2 lead and Mad Bum getting loose I shook off my catcher and signaled brothy pork ramen from Dohatsuten on St Ants only 9 min walk from Fred hello Laura Stec dive bar preview. Terry now texts me … Continue reading

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I am so third

Seven-fifty-six on a Wednesday morning, two hours until my next appointment, lap top open, frothy Capucinno here at Peet’s MP, and I feel like Gale Sayers having juked Kermit Alexander at the fifty staring up at 50 yards of open, … Continue reading

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Briefer history of time

In thin blue line the case comes down to as Adams states five words fur-lined collar or bushy hair

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Mark Weiss Terry Acebo Davis official Palo Alto City Council 2014 portrait

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Do Spoon your water

Two threads merge here: I was psyched to hear Spoon, the Austin band that debuted in the Bay Area at Palo Alto Cubberley Center Theatre in 1997, get another song on the commercial radio, here KFOG for something called “Do … Continue reading

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Fehr and loafing

I am writing this while board stiff so to speak at Council beating around the bush on “shuttle issue” –when I speak I will say what Schmid just said, and I just applauded 8:36 p.m. MARGUERITE. Speaking of chicks I … Continue reading

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