Thursday, August 23, 2007

The Never-Ending Wrong

Today is 23 August 2007.

On this date in 1927, the Italian-American dissidents Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, having been falsely convicted of murder, were judicially murdered in Massachusetts.

The title of this column is from a book on the case by Katherine Anne Porter.

It's 2.37 AM CDT, Ms. HH woke me up for a cuppa java, and then snoozed off, I'm totally wired, I've got half a tank of gas, a six-pack, cigarettes, and I'm wearing sunglasses.

Be one of those daze.

Isn't it something like ... Mr. Wizard ... correct me if me wrong ... "Fasten your seatbelts, kids, it's gonna be a rough night."

Smokes, the stars, B. Davis and Paul Henreid:

Sure, some would say, there's something vulgar about appending all this to the death of S & V, but isn't that the whole point about exterminating people: it's vicious and vulgar?

And the hits just keep on coming.

Surely, the assasination of Sacco and Vanzetti was ... in the vernacular, a circus:

The miricale of "Electronovision:"

9.34 PM CDT and took the cocker out to do bizness. we live in a middle-middle hood, with low-cost housing a half mile away. just heard five shots, I suspect a Glock or such, def not auto. (You live in NYC, U known your ammunition.)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Suggestion: Rethink the late-night blogging. It is very hard to follow your meaning. Further, it is hard to tell if it is worth trying to follow your meaning.

8:20 AM  

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