Springtime for H-tler and Bill Johnson

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hey i just subscribed 10/mo because I had posted something sensitvie about Nazis (or “natzi’s” which might mean “not Nazis”????)
at Stanford and then the computer logged me out for having read a whole 10 articles in one month!!
I was in Mrs. Jones journalism class at Gunn in 1980 when Tim Johsnon came to class looking for stringers (but Peninsula Ad-Visor of san Mateo was paying me more per article than Tim offered) so I’m saying you should be comping me not charging me — I think I’ve posted 1,000 times. Actually I just sent a note to Instititute for the Future on this point.
Anyhow, congrats on 38 years of success or whatever it is.
mark weiss
someday you or Laurene Jobs is going to purchase Plastic Alto, for BIG BIG money.
my comment: and yes I know people are losing their jobs over casual Holocaust jokes:
If Stanford started a “H-tler Studies” like in the book “White Noise” that would be a problem. When some kook wanders into an empty building and scratches a symbol that is pretty trivial and probably not worthy of the coverage.

I’m more concerned when the public sector becomes “bundled” with the interests of big business which to me is closer to what happens here when we let the high tech sector have the keys to the building so to speak at 250 Hamilton. “bundled” like the latin and italian word for “fashion” or “faggot” or, wait for it…”fascist”. Or when the elites and the working poor are so far apart that we start to look at them like, in the Orson Wells film about Austria, ants. 

Yavol?
and 1: this probably doesn’t go here but I mentioned previously today that I was at coupa and a lady sneezed and her name was Rukma (which is ‘m’, ‘a’, ‘r’, ‘k’ my name plus u) and I was asking her if she read Bharati Mukherjee the author and Berkeley professor who I had met via Bay Area Book Festival circa 1990 (with not Bill Johnson but Peter Wiley of Wiley and Sons) but then search injuns say she left the planet after 76 years. Sad. Namaste. And “yavol” above is the Germanic word for “capiche” nu?
andand:
Ok, I admit I lied:
due to the outpouring, I ducked in to Tamarine and had some yummy crab wonton soup; I asked Anna my server whether the words “long bay” in the dish’s title is the same thing as Chinese dumplings called “long bao” and she said no its because of a long bay in Vietnam.
Save Ike’s for another day.
(the above was a comment under Elena K’s foodie retail column; i think i posted 6 times, two by accident, a repeat of 1; and I lied in that I actually had the curry coconut soup. but i did ask the server about what the lady next to me was having.

About markweiss86

Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player; he also sang in local choir, and fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32
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