the only thing we have to fear is fear itself ~ Franklin Delano Roosevelt, POTUS 32
The only thing we need to fear about nuclear power is the fear of nuclear power …
Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, Fukushima … and yet
PS: Petr Beckman wrote The Health Hazards NOT Going Nuclear fourty years ago.
I used to buy copies (fourty years ago) and give them to folks to read. Not much has changed. Mining, refining, pollution kills real people every day, every week, every month, every year.
Not so much for nuclear power.
Last month on the 73rd anniversary of the Coconut Grove fire I reblogged a post about my mom, Goody Goodelle, who saw the fire start and with clear thinking was one of the very few people to get out alive. In the comments section of the original post, James Prince of The Core Theater in Richardson, TX (near Dallas) reached out to me for more information on Goody.
The Core Theatre is taking “Inferno! Fire at the Cocoanut Grove” to Boston. They need your help to get there. More information is available on their Go Fund Me page. Be sure to watch the video.
So I contacted my sister and in an even stranger turn of events she replied
“So, I saw that his theatre is in Richardson, TX. That’s where Jan’s niece, Susan, and her family live. So I sent Susan an FB message and asked if she’d heard of his theater. She tells me he goes to her church and she knows him and that he is very talented. As Susan said in her message back to me . . . mind blown. I will keep you posted.”
I don’t ask for much (OK I ask for a lot at least as far as the Mrs is concerned), but please take a look at the Go Fund Me page and contribute what you can if you find value in the project.
Found the above attached to a new keyboard from [redacted] when I opened the box.
Look closely at the fingers. What race of human or species of animal do those hands belong to?
It appears that [redacted] is using illegal aliens to build their keyboards … aliens from from Epsilon Eridani!