BAMR mural Sacramento auspice for Palo Alto BLACK LIVES MATTER

Demetris Washington artist known as BAMR has a mural in Sacramento from 2018 with the diamond image or icon featured in the “B” of his mural here.
I also like his version of Edgar Al Poe raven and tell tale heart.
Flows like Poe, yo.
“Po” is Hebrew for “here”.
I know.


Shiraaz and Porat were signing their work, which I thought was like a “taxi” meaning transit or process or motion. Shaped like a “t”, what’s the tea, sis, to a “T”.

I posed in a Richard Sherman jersey, photo by Shiraaz. 

When I was at Dartmouth in the 1980s in a religion intro course the teacher said that Zoro astroism is like imaginging the world as controlled by a good and an evil set of gods playing ping pong.


and 1: the mayor Adrian Fine was hanging BLM style this am and I reiterated that he could have been more emphatic to say I LOVE YOU and BLACK LIVES MATTER but don’t think he should resign as I stated previously. I flippered flappered. Maybe if he runs again I will vote for him. He is trying to learn and listen. Between this — the murals –  and the new Monk album coming out — an historic 1968 performance — he is at least a good luck charm. He should keep self-driving cars off the mural forevers. 


andand: auspice, augury, I wan’t to trip on it further. In some places it is good luck if a bird shits on you. In other places, you are insane like coltrane. 

edit to add, a few long hours later:

DON’T BULLSHIT A BULLSHITTER by Joey Piziali 2009, commission for Weiss 2009 — was rejected as an ad in the local papers:


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, and blogger; he also sang in local choir, fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32 Reads 'Howl' and owns a couple musical instruments he cannot play
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