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Saturday, July 10, 2004

Saturday July 10, 2004. I woke up to find that the refrigerator door had been open all night.

There was other evidence that the heat had fried my brains, during the rest of the day.

To Pillsbury House for the Clutterers Anonymous meeting. I arrived early enough to get a few things at the Time Dollar Store.

The meeting went reasonably well, though there were only two of us this time.

Back home, I rested for a while. Cleaned out the refrigerator. And a while later went out for groceries.

***Political idea: Nonvoting legislative seats for political minorities. One seat for Marxists and non-Marxist socialists. Another seat for the Christian Right and the Christian Left. Another for libertarians. And one for greens.

***Tshirt seen: "Birch Acre Nudist Resort. Hancock, Mass."

***Another political idea: One legislative house concentrating on the present, the other concentrating on the future.
Writing: Daily exercise -- Done.

"Well Met, Well Met, My Own True Love" -- Inserted an idea somewhat earlier.

"They Might Be Windmills" --

"History Line" --

"Port Useless" --
[July 9] in 1901, philosopher and Christian novelist Dame Barbara Cartland was born. Her treatises on the feminine mind and Biblical principles sold few copies, but she was critically acclaimed throughout the world, winning the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971.
[July 9] in 1947, exiled English Princess Elizabeth Windsor becomes formally engaged to Lt. Philip Mountbatten, an English attache lucky enough to be working as a liaison with the Americans when Britain fell to the Nazis. The ball thrown for them was the last hurrah of British royalty until the end of Nazi rule; there was almost a funereal air about the occasion.

[July 9] in 1963, the Ku Klux Klan lifts its restriction against members joining foreign-led organizations, clearing the way for the American Bund political party to turn America into a one-party state like Germany. Members of the Semitic-African Resistance arm themselves as best they can. Since the fall of the Greater Zionist Resistance in the early 50’s, America has been the last beacon against the darkness of the Nazis; with the KKK’s announcement, that beacon seems to be extinguished.
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