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Sat, Dec. 22nd, 2007 12:41 pm
Monsters exist, but they are too few in number to be truly dangerous.
More dangerous are the common men, the functionaries ready to believe and to act without asking questions.

- Primo Levi

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Sun, Nov. 18th, 2007 04:31 am


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Tue, Mar. 13th, 2007 08:50 pm
A Few Good Words from HUNDAY SUNDAY, our 100th Day of Direct Action Radical Environmental Protest

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Mon, Mar. 5th, 2007 08:36 pm

Getting Famous for Just Being
in a tree

A recent article about the situation, plus a photo.



Woah, video.

Singing an original tune called "Tiny Girl" about twenty-five feet in the air to the recently-established, weekly salon at the Oak Grove

The second time the cops raid our camp and steal all of our stuff. In the background, you can hear me sing We Shall Overcome from my perch.


Sweeeet.

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Mon, Mar. 5th, 2007 07:40 pm

Nah, it's all in the name of seeing the games for free! Cheap bastages.

Don't you know you can watch the football games from those trees, without going through the inconvenience of PAYING for a ticket!

Compare Stanford to Cal:
1- Stanford tears down their stadium the day AFTER their season ends. New stadium is up and running weeks before football season is set to start.

2- Cal continues to study and evaluate plans that might see the light of day in 10 years. By then the COmmies from American Indian Movement will be using that land as a burial ground! (The hippies latest trick). Those aging hippie Indians may only have been 50 years old, but they all looked like they would die in a week.


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Hello, I am the Otter in the picture to which you wrote this response. Good to meet you.

I merely wanted to let you know that you are mistaken. Perhaps a tree near the Stadium that you've climbed is a good place to watch the games, perhaps East of the Stadium, up in Strawberry Creek?

The tree sitters protesting in the Memorial Oak Grove (a "Memorial," along with the Stadium, to those who died in World War I), are protesting west of the Stadium, below it, and cannot see into the stadium. None of our tree-sits are above the rim. The most we get to see is the sassy young co-eds work out.

'Just wanted to clear that up. Let me know if you have any other questions for a tree sitter.

Peace,
-Otter

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Free Republic Chat Board of which i am at least partly the subject, bizarre.

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Thu, Jan. 18th, 2007 01:02 pm

san francisco farmer's market
san francisco farmer's market


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Thu, Jan. 18th, 2007 09:09 am




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disco christmas in santa cruz
nina's house was awe-some.
disco christmas in santa cruz

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Wed, Jan. 17th, 2007 06:22 am
I've been offered the opportunity to live in Berkeley, in a giant house, with a three-million-dollar, 180-degree panoramic view of the entire bay area, with a community of truly loving and intentional people, for FREE. One detail: the "house" is a grove of trees, some of them 200-year-old Oaks, that we are protecting from CalBerkeley development by living there. There's a bit of a derth of willing tree-sitters (which I find hard to believe), but I spent a night up there (after a sesriously fateful series of events in San Francisco), and LOVE it.

This might be the next vagabonding adventure...

Stay tuneful.

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