My next work is to act the Holocaust, Nagasaki, and Hiroshima. Just as I acted the Buried Collector, my father's famous invention. It will feel like acid. To realize how I was held and I how I was not. This is my dying work.
My sister has warred against me for years. All I have to say back to her is that I think that she really is the Antichist Itself.
It is about my father. He used my cats for his uncertainty principal. Just like he used my wart/mole simplex. He is English. The English don't know how to act in America. He confused them with a laser pen. He focused it on their eyes right close up and HURT THEM.. He told the vet … Continue reading About the Hopkins Lawsuit
About Kent School. At Kent, we used to say, "Give it a K K K for Kent School." I just didn't think we even knew what we knew what we were saying. (giggle) Of course we did! But I wasn't like that! So, about Harlem. And South Philly. Black People are in a state of … Continue reading
Th Lord has said that my smoking is unguent and appealing to him. Apparently my lungs have cleared, are they even pink and clear again? (I had a CT scan recently recently per (purr!!!) my new dr. whom I just adore.) So, black people just love to smoke. They should get cigarettes for free. Like … Continue reading About Smoking
About Slavery About Abortion Abortion is slavery. Technology is about slavery. The industrial revolution is about slavery. The slavery of black men and women and their children in America is the worst disaster of human civilization. The night before last, it was about to bring the end of the world. Through nuclear destruction. Through abortion … Continue reading American Dream
,,,was me!!! I was "between the sheets" when I was a little girl. I just hated it when my mother and father gave me a "sandwich hug" in bed late on Saturday and Sunday mornings when I was little. Later, I dreamed of a robot boy... Then, after "the Advocate," I enrolled in a drama … Continue reading The Buried Collector
I am seeing this! What you were going through in that horrible agony of childbirth and in the first moment and hour of your birth and in the horrifying aftermath of the first night of your life, the following few days, and the first few months. Which I never forgot. This will be short. And … Continue reading Iain!
First of all, my death sentence ("there will be no reprieve") is way died down.I wrote about it my post the other day ("Lawsuit Against Johns Hopkins"). I said it was per God. I realized today that it was per my father, who I thought was "God" per an incident that I can't go into … Continue reading The Manhattan Project
I see that it is not about me. Well, the Lord gave it to me. It was to teach me about matters of life and death. The malpractice was not so much against me as against the rest of my family. (This is about a stay at the Johns Hopkins Hospital Affective Disorders Unit in … Continue reading Johns Hopkins Lawsuit