Have you been to Trader Joe's lately. Remember, 'Black Lives Matter.'//I put in years of work, subject to constant harassment, only to find my pictures documenting several suspicious --FAMOUS!---deaths of the 20th century were deleted from my picture gallery. years of work. the burly black with a laptop across from the mariner community transit park and ride did the job while i watched, not understanding. nobody cared, and then they pounced. " Where did you get that?" father said. "I would have, too." I had just shown him pictures of the kill-gun of jfk, and of his driver, leaning back and totally enjoying the moment of impact with JFK's head. He would have 'done a greer,' too. Oh, but I had much more than that. With all their claims of victim status, blacks will take advantage of an opportunity quicker than most. What will be done with those pictures, i don't know. For so long, i have wished and hoped for the assassination to be solved, and known. To have those pics taken from me is a crushing defeat, no matter what is done with them. I will not, however, give up my crusade against AIDS encouraging poles in the Capitol Hill District. I suspect some blacks were being paid to put those garbage posters up, and they like to keep their ill-gotten gains. They are still doing it. Everyone one is afraid to speak against their bad advertising and using the public space and property to promote their business interest, and bullying that right by going ahead and doing it,and doing it again, poster over poster over poster. It represents, at least, a fire hazard. It's a public health menace. These 'events' they promote are there for sex-addicted people to meet up with each other. What they do from there is obvious to surmise. And drugs are certainly involved, so all the efforts of the Trumps are being circumvented also. And to say this is special to the gay people / "community" that it is gay art, is laughable, if it doesn't hurt you to realise this is being motivated by panderers and pimps: profiteers, who are getting free advertising, illegally.
Great text. Enlightening perspective. I recommend this to everyone.
I am kind of shocked that there hasn't been any reviews for this yet. CTG is blunt and to the point in this autobiography. He doesn't hold any punches at all and that's the way it should be. Not only was I impressed how this was written, I am impressed that he taught some very valuable lessons with this book. While some people may be drawn aback from the title, I was actually drawn to the title. I have somewhat followed CTG throughout the years and he definitely does not disappoint with this book. I feel like everyone could learn from this insightful non-fiction book. I hope that he goes on to write another one.
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