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Is there a Federal Judge somewhere (Hawaii? Washington?) who can create an injunction to immediately prohibit the sale of so-called "bump stocks?" Before every f'ing crazy who can see himself in that hotel room goes out and buys a couple of dozen of them. Before he has even purchased the gd guns to modify. (Modify. … Continue reading Calling All Federal Judges
Hi Pete, thanks for taking a look at this for me. Thought it would be the best use of time to send you a quick needs analysis. The main thing for me right now is to separate Grace Park into its own, so I can more publicly share the URL without confusing the issue with … Continue reading Needs Analysis, Grace Park site
The story this morning is Irish vs. English on the Wagon Train. The Major to the Englishman: "Western Kansas is NOT a part of the British Empire!" The Englishman: "My deepest sympathies."
Little Monuments in Grace Park, Grace Park North ~ (Grace to Broad) Prince Edward Schools closed in "massive resistance" Schoolroom, flag in corner, ABC's over blackboard, Empty school desks. Richmond 34 Lunch counter, students on stools in handcuffs Jim Crow "White Only" "Colored Only" signs Loving vs. Virginia Bride & Groom. Include quote: "Tell the … Continue reading Little Monuments, 1946 – 2019
Little Monuments in Grace Park, Grace Park Central ~ (Monument to Grace) Military District No. 1 ends Table, carpetbag, newspaper headline "Occupation Ends!" The death of Robert E. Lee. Birth of "The Lost Cause." Alter with cap, sword, pistol, textbook with title "The Lost Cause" KKK march on Grace Street Two figures marching in parade … Continue reading Little Monuments, 1865 – 1945
Little Monuments in Grace Park, Lee Circle Virginia secedes from Union Two flag poles. US flag 2/3 down, CSA flag 1/3 from top (not the battle flag) Evacuation of Richmond Woman running, carrying child, looking back over shoulder Robert E. Lee Memorial (Existing Structure) Lee Surrenders Table, pens, paper, inkwell, hat. Two swords rest against table. … Continue reading Little Monuments, 1861 – 1865