Mary Cain, potter vs Mary Cain, runner

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Mary Cain of Santa Clara Pueblo, 1915-2010, very famous potter and grandmother of, among others, Tammy Garcia (also related to Autumn Borts, James Ebelacker and Jody Naranjo, right?).

Mary Cain runner, name-checked by former Stanford star Lauren Fleshman, who claims that her people came over in 1717 to Virginia as indentured slaves, and is not very Jewish — wrote an op-ed in Times about eating disorders.

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You can store food in a Mary Cain pot, then eat it.

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These might be people infuenced by Mary Cain.

Andrea Fisher has one for $1,900, unless the website I saw was a bootleg, or insecure or a phishing expedition, from Nigeria but not Kenya.

I was going to say something about Ceci Hopp, one of the greatest runners of all time, on the Farm but someone I briefly dated was from her high school in Greenwich Ct and said her whole thing was due to being insecure.

Never heard of RED-S, relative energy deficiency. Some of the Santa Clara is red, some of it black.

I should write about Paul E and Barbara H Weiss Pueblo Pottery Collection at th DeYoung, 84 pieces. We too, were likely “indentured” in 1717. We were shutsjuden.

I had half a mind to see the Rabbit Germany movie matinee today, but am going to John Ralston memorial at 4, plus watching tape of 49ers games.

Ok, some of this stuff is too tangential or there is no connection.

I just though Mary Cain Mary Cain was topical.

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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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