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An Ascetic Sermon

February 28, 2011

Whether trying to be ascetic, or trying to find someone who is: An ascetic tries to live outside society; within the Kingdom of God ideally. And after years of demonstrating the screwy impression spirituality sets before him; people assist him, and people need him; through an intervention of heaven and fate. Ascetics were big 1600 years ago. Whether trying to live on a pillar, or eating only basil, Ascetics were so doing what few if any do, that they were genuinely recognized by a metaphysic, and actually prayed to.

At some point the ascetic starts to see the eyes low and calm that unite the kingdom of heaven into units of souls. Because he has thought long and hard, and finally had his mind turned to the breathing that mingles God and Heaven. The quiet calm that absorbs everyone in the house quiet by one soul, that breathes deeply and consoles the kingdom of god.

If he could connect with that quiet good, an entire locality may admit it lied to him; for it is not the ascetic that steps outside society, but society that has long stepped out of the domain of truth the ascetic returns to. And at some point people who want to suceed must work with him, that working with the ascetic, is good karma, and work means work, no shying away from the low denominator issues. And at some point I must wonder would I connect with that house, what obligations would there be?

At some point one must wonder, how does the higher power see, without physical eyes. Surely the sense of God, wonders you. It would seem the kingdom of heaven, relies upon physical eyes out there, becoming small souls and amplifying the magic of the ray of sight for the afterlife breathing alongside the kingdom of god, deeply, to hook up to. I feel my sight, and heart is used by heaven, as are there not places the size of a pinhead angels reside causing congestion? The heart must be used to unite. There are droning units of 120 alligned to particular geometries of sight available. This is why we are right handed. Because the left side is absorbed and used by heaven.

Somehow the closeness to the more obvious groups in eyes, might overcome the Mithras, we see now. By mithras I mean the legacy of world domination by what at least seems stupidity. The prescence of what does not allow the world to better itself. Indeed, aside from an analysis of what these squadrons do, as they probably go back to a house, perpetuate the world or society, blending into written Mithras we must wonder how to invoke higher power, or understand the ways of the world to improve the world.

All the negativities of the world, and of individuals, are a sacrifice. And the ascetic begins to wonder what to do about it; How to combine spirituality, with the world. All the errors and follies in a broad and particular way are sacrifices. The Kingdom of Heaven may be perfect, but it hustles, and the world of man, society, the world, is not nearly so perfect, obviously. There is some deal where things are not to go right, human folly is to prevail. For all we know, that constitutes an appeal to unhappy jaundiced gods.

In more pagan times, it is not so far fetched to imagine, (though we can not simply expect to imagine pagan times, because for all we know, the Kingdom of God, as it is, was a more accepted or evident part of society than it is now) the sacrifice of one thing for the saving of another. The cutting down of an old tree, for the healing of a disease, perhaps. But in advent of christianity, replacing paganism, and paganism in a sense is everything else other than judeo christian nonspecific higher power cited religions, paganism and the greek religion of planetary worship and constellation myths are the same thing. Paganism is the worship of natural phenonom, including its perception outside of earth. But as that worship of higher power in god and goddess form shifted to christianity, with Judeasm being a tail wind or sailing itself on christianity, as the only pagan tribal religion to survive, more distant as it is to actual other gods and goddesses than The Lord, The way to end ailment through sacrifice, seems to have shifted as the ailments of society to constitute a sacrifice: And therefore the ascetic wonders how to end the ailments of the world, even as they may buy a little good from unhappy gods.

For instance ailments would be ended by admiting the lie, which would be a wonderous things causing much happiness. This repentence is nothing sacrificial, but blessed in itself, and put towards a redemption for the here and now. But most are controlled to not be spiritual. This essentially shows how government and power, by the rareness and unapplication of spirituality, is holding back governing, and not governing, rather than governing. So as many are controlled to not be spiritual, so they are not in controll of themselves most essentially, they are not in controll of themselves at weaker levels as well.

And there is a need to discuss this. Everyone should know localities were meant to make decisions as a group with ayes and nays in peaceful assembly. Everyone should know we can work together. Everyone should know there really is the kingdom of god, and that makes our justice system fraudulent. There is a need to discuss what to do to negotiate the end of these sacrifices keeping the deserved redemption from the here and now. If I were to take on the state again, even if I can not force it to deal with these truths I would at least get it to admit the people deserve to know these truths and compel it to disseminate information, in the interests of at least being a public forum, if not a proactive wise force.

There are two levels, Mithras, and the airy head the earth is in all about where the souls that maintain this world are, without being involved in the uglier side of it. Were a closeness of dialogue to prevail between the ascetic and the loftier though subdued side of the afterlife, then maybe a responsibility towards everyone will be shown, the sadness, what the heart is about, will bestow a diametrical order, to the one imposed now.

The eyes are low, there is a lot to reflect on here. In calmness and out of calmness must eyes become self-evident. Paganism, which seems to pitch the afterlife at a lower level than the gods of the universe it focuses, is merely an extension of the Egyptian/Grecian Isis Axis. There is just one other religion on the other side of christian-judeau-budda nature, and it is inclusive of all the creativity out of the known natural world that can be mustered for worship.

People know ascetic types can help, because they pitch themselves forwards against a wind: and are respectful and proper, to a point of purposely going in a truer direction.

One wonders about the party of the people in more pagan times with more ascetics as well. Obviously the fulcrum of politics against the republican and statist order must come from within, within an order of the Kingdom of God, it is obvious to me enough, the more patrician party encouraged and even tried to facilitate for the opposition, as generals wanting a good peace would. But still, how would such harmony in the inner city, from the inner sanctum be achieved, through the worship if Isis, say?

Maybe the quick moving skivers of arms proclaiming the kingdom of god within touch of the human being, will churn up the kingdom of god about more and more. And yet the term the kingdom of God, did not exist through much of Isis’es time of worship, making us wonder the success rate of paganism, or how this was gotten about, and how people were empowered to do so, or if it was all just written. Nevertheless in this vision, Jesus is seen on the pantheon of stars. Indeed paganism, polytheism, shines light on the order of gods and powers, shows their contrasts, even superiorities.

The point is the claim is made in ancient times, that the order of the plebes could be significantly truer than the order of the patricians, because the patricians were controlled not to govern wisely, but not govern and block wisdom, and therefore, if that could controll a patrician, that could controll a plebe to be a patrician when in power, and shows the true power of the people to live out of the limelight, with an effectiveness bestowed by a godly republican power, because the powerful republican is acutely aware of what he may not do, how he is used, how he is the ordained obstacle to wisdom.

So how do democrats, making decisions in peaceful assembly through all assertions of the people, run things in a godly fashion, administrate from beyond history books, and within a great centrality, that rendered government and art mere outer ripples, at best, of this intrinsic harmony within.

One could think Isis, then women, and then some administration of magic, or healing, but the point is the bottom line is that the kingdom of god, what that term refers to, was all about. It is around. Democracy worked around or with it in that, somehow leaders, organizers, existed within the kingdom of god. It may take days of aquainting yourself to the life over days, but at some time, the powers of the people, who must never let their heads shine into the light, for fear of turning into republicans, like so many, all, of the democrats in congress and senate; unable to be the people and a part of a corrupt obstacle now so, must needs at the same time. Thus I and as far as ascetics everywhere can, ask you to start and show the kingdom of god. The light of the ascetic shines a different order; of authority, but not official authority; of protection from the corrupt system, but making inways into it.

Ideally then, does the democratic party have a hand in this? Yes, and it is about time that influence was seen and not pent up. Does this mean all the democrats in congress by virtue of being in power are republican-like? Yes. Senators are powerful for not excercising their power wisely. They are too few, and as blocking what should, controlled, in that office, so I fail to see how men more of the people may stand up to that calcuable controll and system. Ergo at local levels, unseen by media, enshrouded by the kingdom of god, is where the democratic and wise movement rises up. Here the press, even that which promotes the crime statistics and stories, is seen as a republican movement, insofar as it is an obstacle, and to deny wisdom, and create falseness, it is part of a power structure weighted against us, the party of power must take charge of and acknowledge.

However there is no guarentee of walking about the kingdom of god. I may ask people to show me the kingdom of god, but that is no sure thing, you can not assume I have friends and colleagues, period, much less assured to do this kind of deep spiritual work that absolves the world and relegates it as the boring tragic sacrifice it is. The Kingdom of Heaven, its metaphysic may be under no obligation to help me, as it is under the form of deeper less earthly powers upon it.

Therefore paganism, that recognizes what Christianity recognizes, the terminology, is the solution. Paganism, Patriarchy, Fascism, are three ideologies that activate and apply christianity effectively to the goals Christianity implies, but offers poor means to attain. Paganism and Patriarchy asserts the ideas of unity and common goals out of a recognition of how wrong and false things are now.

Paganisn, Patriarchy, is about at some level following orders: that which is following orders to maintain a false world, must shift, in the confidence that there is enough paganism to compell another person to move and act in the same direction. Fascism is implicity about an authority that is worth its authority, because it will honestly justify itself, be focused on goals and not long term authority, a short term necessary authority to overcome with wisdom, falsehood and wrongs.

Thus the more people that understand paganism, the more possible it is for good things to stem from leaders that pagans feel help, aid, and change the situation. But it is very much a form for leaders to assert righteousness through, and very contingent upon a structure ensuing from that concept. It is also open to a diversity of forms and ways and need not be one whole unit at all, but many, each with their own ways.

Thus, paganism is needed to fundamentally reform the world, because Christianity as posited against the government, but merely offering services of truth, can not break out of that fundamental structure without an authoratative political device, which paganism emcompasses, that has unity of understandings, and plies the energy going in the wrong direction with the obvious energy to go in the right direction, because the bonds of pagans are strong enough to overcome the world, whereas the bonds of christianity are mired in the contrast to the state which can not be overcome, without leadership and an understanding of the coupling of the kingdom of god, and energies of the people.

Two notes: A great deal of this commentary of paganism and christianity in contrast and interwoven derives from a history, The Age of Constantine, I read written by the french nobleman Jacob Bruckthard in 1846, I think. I prefer ancient historians so much, that for me to read 345 pages of small type by a historian of such a later century, says a lot about the writer. And two, a great starting point, to see some obvious ascetic principles so obvious we may miss them, is by attending and participating in Rainbow Regionals. The Rainbow Family of Living Light tries to have a two week gathering is a different national forest as many warm months as possible. They just had their famous feburary one in Ocala Fl, and I think are aiming to have one in Alabama in March, as they have many times in the past. These people are truly ascetic. Not everyone can truly and readily have the distaste for society society society often deserves as they. And they praise and try to be proactively for, as the gods smile on them, that which they notice, is honest, difficult and wise. Their understanding of themselves as family, is an unconditional assault on the walls of limiting society, and an attempt to restore tribal understandings in this day and age.

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Petition for writ of certiorari from Supreme Court: Studies the ninth amendment, and how to retain rights

February 25, 2011

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QUESTIONS PRESENTED
1. Is the ninth amendment a logical tautology?
2. Can the ninth amendment be read as “The enumeration
in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be
construed to deny or disparage others retained by the
people” in court, because court is where rights are retained?
3. Is compromise important to retaining rights?
4. Does the ninth compel courts to consider solutions that
reconcile rights?
5. Why do we have an unrecognized logical tautology?
6. How is the ninth compared to the right to petition for redress
of grievance?
7. Should the ticketing of alcohol stop in return for a reduction
of noise?
8. Are compromises like this a form for other rights?
9. Does NYC Administrative Code violate the 10th amendment?
10. Should a judicious use of alcohol be promoted?
11. Does an ordinance disparaging alcohol unduly inhibit Free
Assembly?
12. Is the ordinance against alcohol cruel and unusual, the way
it is now?

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Questions Presented i
Table of Contents ii
Table of Cited Authorities iii
Opinions Cited 1
Statement Regarding Jurisdiction 1
Constitutional Provisions, Ordinances 2
Statement of Fact, basis for federal jurisdiction in
first instance 2
Contentions 4
APPENDIX A 1a
APPENDIX B 3a
APPENDIX C 4a
APPENDIX D 8a
APPENDIX E 10a
APPENDIX F 11a
APPENDIX G 13a
APPENDIX H 14a

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TABLE OF CITED AUTHORITIES
CASES
Anderson v. Laird, CA III 1971 437 F.2d 912 ………. 6

Brown v. Board of Ed. (Supreme Court 1954) 13

Charles v. Brown D.C. Alabama 1980, 495 F.Supp 862 8

City of Wadsworth v. Owens Ohio Mun. 1987, 536N,
F.2d 674 Ohio Misc. 2d1 7

Dronenburg v. Zech 1984 741 F.2d, 1388 239 U.S.
App, D.C. 229 7

Fedorov v. Princeton et al. 04-3583 C.A.3. 04-366 N.J. 10

Griswold v. Connecticut Supreme Court, 1965 7, 13

Minority Police Officers Assn of South Bend v. City
of South Bend, Ind., D.C. Ind 1983 555 F.Supp 921 6

Myers v. U.S. 272-U.S. 52 151 (“real effort should
be given to all the words it [the Constitution]
uses”) 8

Petrey v. Flaugher D.C. Ky 1981, 505 F.Supp 1087 6, 14

Richmond Newspapers v. Virginia 448 U.S. 555,
579-8&n.10 (1986) (Chief Justice Burger
”constitutional savings clause”) 8

San Diego County Gun Rights v. Reno 98 F.3d 1121
C.A. 1996 98 F.3d 1121 7

Stradley v. Anderson D.C. Neb 1972 349 F.Supp 1120 7

USA v. Marvin Spencer C.A. 7th 1998 6, 7

STATUTES AND LAW

Article III, U.S. Constitution 10

First amendment right to peaceably assemble 3, 9

First amendment right to petition the government for
redress of grievance 11, 12

Judicial Complaint, 2nd Circuit (05-8502) 4

Letter from Pro Se clerk (Appendix H) 8

N.J. State Constitution 2A, “All political power is
inherent in the people: 13

New York City’s Administrative Code 10-125b 3

The Eighth Amendment 6

The Hatch Act (restricts political activity of
government employees) 7

The Ninth Amendment 4, 8, 11, 13

The Tenth Amendment 2, 9

U.S.C. 28(1)(23) (judicial conferences) 8

SCHOLARLY WORKS
Cassisser, Earnst, The Myth of the State, “The Social
Contract” “Autarky” 9

Machiavelli’s Discourses, Bk 1 chaps 7, 25, 32, 49 10
Ibid., Bk 1 chap 47 9

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OPINIONS CITED
Cited is the decision for the second circuit court of appeals to dismiss my case on motions, pursuant to the limited rights of Pro Se, as frivolous, filed and entered September 15th, 2005. Also cited is the lower court dismissal of my case sua spontua filed October 15th 2004 and entered October 25th 2004 and the docket number and judge only came with the order for dismissal.

The petition for panel rehearing that is denied October 19th. Reference to the case being accepted at the second circuit court of appeals is cited, of January 27th, 2005. And the response to my case arguing that the right to petition the government to redress grievance should extend into a fair timetable for the filing of pleadings, and discovery and motions, by the Chief Judge of the Second Circuit, is cited as dismissing my complaint on August 18th, 2005.

I also cite a letter from the district pro se clerk discouraging the filing of papers until a docket number and judge is received alerting me the case is under judicial review.

STATEMENT REGARDING JURISDICTION
This case was dismissed on motions in the second circuit on September 15, 2005. This petition for a panel rehearing was denied on October 19, 2005.

I believe since this process is called a “petition,” it is within my first amendment right to petition the government to redress grievance. To be able to exercise this right, according to the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure rule 41(d)(2) Staying the mandate pending petition for certiorari, a motion to stay the mandate must be made within 7 days of an order on a petition for panel rehearing, which I did before the panel rehearing was denied on Oct. 19, 2005.

United States Section Code Title 28 § 1254(l) protects this right.

On January 30th a letter was dated alerting me I had 60 days to correct the mistakes and resubmit my petition for a writ of certiorari.

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CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS, ORDINANCES
There are four constitutional amendments to which I make reference, two references to Article 3 of the Constitution, and an ordinance from New York City’s Administrative Code.

Regarding the Constitutional provisions: “The judicial power of the United States shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior courts as Congress may from time to time ordain and establish.” Article III Section 1

“The judicial power shall extend to all cases, in law and equity, arising under this Constitution.” Article III Section 2

Regarding the amendments I refer to: “Congress shall make no law …. abridging … the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.” Amendment I

“Excessive bail shall not be required … nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.” Amendment VIII

“The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.” Amendment IX

“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.” Amendment X

Regarding an ordinance of New York City’s Administrative Code: “No person shall drink or consume an alcoholic beverage, or possess, with intent to drink or consume, an open container containing an alcoholic beverage in any public place except at a block party, feast, or similar function for which a permit has been obtained.” New York Administrative Code 10-125(b)

A CONCISE STATEMENT OF THE CASE SETTING OUT FACTS MATERIAL TO THE CONSIDERATION OF THE QUESTIONS< AND CONTAINING THE BASIS FOR FEDERAL JURISDICTION IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE.

In October 2003, I was sitting on a bench on Central Park West near 73rd Street in NYC, quietly drinking a beer, when four police officers came out of an unmarked car and gave me a ticket. I was running for local office in Princeton, N.J., at the time on a platform that specified the sentiments I see in the tenth amendment of reserving powers for the state or the people, not the local elect, and advocated some form of free assembly as a form of local self-rule.

Naturally I was quite prone, having studied the constitution in this political endeavor, to using the constitution and law to aid the people, and found the ninth amendment to be relevant to this experience.

After asking the magistrate in NYC court, why the ninth amendment does not shield me from such denial and disparagement of right the constitution did not take away and was thus retained, and not getting an answer, I thought it wise to bring up the concern as a federal question.

I always understood the issue involved dealing with the noise revelers made in their display of alcohol use in NYC sometimes up to the early nineties, when Giuliani rescinded such liberty under his “quality of life” campaign. New York City is polite and generally well-behaved enough for me to have never witnessed a ticket for this ordinance, though the number of instances of people using alcohol outside in NYC since the ordinance 10-125 is considerably less that what it was. I will say that even so, a small percentage of people returning from bars late at night are prone to making immature noises.

I brought the question up in Federal District Court because I felt the ninth amendment protected me, by implicitly leading to retaining rights, and enabled me the recourse of federal court. In truth one can’t say the ninth amendment is violated, but more, that people can bring up an issue under it, for it is a positive law, not a negative one. It is not violated by the darkness of wrong, but shines light upon the inclinations of good, and thus, that is why I thought the case to be a good “federal question.”

Yet incumbent as the ninth amendment, and law, is to how such is used, I was not able to demonstrate precisely that, being dismissed sua sponte, meaning upon getting a docket number and judge, which is a requirement for making pleadings and discoveries in the Southern District of New York, my case was dismissed in the same instance, and day. Moreover, Chief Judge Mukasey, who made such decision (the lower court judge is now Judge Maas), said he would not take any attempt to appeal in good faith.

Upon such climate I complained to the judicial circuit in a forward-looking and corrective way, understanding standing up for your rights wouldn’t be called such if you weren’t knocked down, and being aware of the problems of power all around, in conformity to media’s rendition of the world, being too alone, and an ignorance of the Kingdom of God, a term and testimony I value (Judicial Complaint Docket No. 05-8502). This also raised the question of whether the extent of the right to petition the government to redress grievance extends into the right to make pleadings where the case contends.

In what I call the Machiavellian give and take of the system, to make things a little bit better in a hard system, my case was granted an appeal, but it is difficult to make a case in motions, and in the time for a petition for rehearing.

But my case is about a probationary period, for which the reasons for the restriction upon alcohol are promoted as immaturity and noise, which then would be a duration upon which the people may be tested as to their relation to appropriate behavior, and there able to have been instilled a wise spirit about alcohol. Not only are restrictions that don’t serve the purpose of improving necessary behavior unusual: the notion of society being punished or restricted aggregately for the misdeeds of a few, seems a principle that can work itself out to positive end.

CONTENTIONS
“The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.”

Denial and disparagement of a right measures how retained a right is. If a right is retained, it is not denied or disparaged. If a right is denied or disparaged, it has not been effectively retained. The recognition of a logical tautology is the capstone to this case.

From here we try to retain the right (such process can exist without the ninth amendment). In the courts, the opportunity is provided to examine solutions and proposals that balance the reasons for restrictions with the ability to practice liberty.

The capstone supports an even simpler and clearer, active, sense of the positive element of the ninth amendment, which I enunciate this way: “The rights enumerated in the Constitution shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people (in court),” through salubrious measure. Courts are where rights are retained. The italicized words are not necessary to signify, but indicate, the sense of the ninth amendment I am trying to share. The word “shall” changes to “can’t” through this process. Denial and disparagement isn’t the issue. Solutions that retain rights are. This affirms that if the right is retained through the solution, the right will be less denied or disparaged. I maintain this analysis is historical enough to compel the scrutiny of the courts, because it could pave the way for a great deal of creative remedies to current denials and is the effective and intended use of the ninth amendment.

This compromise is usually contingent on improving the behavior of the people. Knowing that the drinking age may go down if the underaged reduce the number of drunk driving incidents may motivate the underaged to more maturity. Knowing maintaining the allowance of alcohol outside in a city is contingent upon peace and quiet, may make the people more mature about alcohol. , Knowing that police cameras and curfews in parks and crime-prone places may be taken away if the community spirit can reduce crime, and may increase rapport and behavior. Liberty is not a right, but the chance to compromise should be pronounced.
Liberty is based upon maturity. Individuals and societies have levels of maturity. Maturity can reduce restriction by an awareness of the greater right the restriction has in sight (safety, quiet). This understanding teaches retaining rights, broadens rapport between government and the people, and treats people as the political entity they traditionally are, by encouraging their own destiny.

To repeat: the logical tautology contains two options. (A retained right will not be denied, or the failure to retain a right will result in future denial). It is only through the courts we can see which path will be traveled: depending on the goodness of proposed solution. So we seek resolve regarding the ninth amendment and particular solution.

Forgetting, the reasons, why there are restrictions, upon society, might be cruel and unusual, punishment. Though restrictions merely deny or disparage, and for good cause, restriction’s point is to emend behavior and mandate or motivate improvement. Even education can be seen to exist because the people don’t seek to educate themselves enough (Petrey v. Flaugher D.C. Ky 1981, 505 F.Supp 1087). Why alcohol is now allowed outside in NYC is lost. The whole sense of what understanding of alcohol is required for it to be allowed outside is forgotten. That’s cruel because the reason for punishment or restriction or denial or disparagement, should always be known; and unusual, because punishment/restriction usually does not go on forever or capriciously.

Four ways happen, in cases when the ninth amendment is invoked. One is the ninth amendment is called not a source of rights (Minority Police Officers Assn of South Bend v. City of South Bend, Ind., D.C. Ind 1983 555 F. Supp 921) (though disparaged rights imply retained rights): the denial of a right is not a constitutional violation, but real politic; and the first amendment allows the court to examine grievance and consider the issues involved on their own. In these cases, the plaintiff rarely has proposed a solution to the situation. The army private that wants long hair didn’t try to convince the army of the merits of a long-haired brigade (Anderson v. Laird, CA III 1971 437 F.2d 912). Too often no attempt is made to meet the criteria the restriction envisions. The debate between universities and the army seeps aside the issues of “homosexuality.” The cause of making crack-cocaine laws more proportionate didn’t argue that the high from crack-cocaine is contingent upon the fear of draconian punishment, or that the great pressure of long jail sentences causes so much pressure as to disrupt behavior and actually have the effect of reverse psychology (USA v. Marvin Spencer C.A. 7th 1998). The movement to lower the drinking age in Vermont must provide the motivation to naturally assert itself, as a movement, to reduce the drunk driving of that age-group.

The second is that the constitution and laws are looked at to see if a right is retained. The second amendment is debated as to allowing individuals, not militias, guns (San Diego County Gun Rights v. Reno 98 F.3d 1121). The disproportion regarding federal laws involving crack-cocaine are weighed against state constitutions insuring proportionate punishment (USA v. Marvin Spencer C.A. 7th 1998). The right of married couples to contraceptives is seen as within the penumbra of the Bill of Rights (Griswold v. Connecticut Supreme Court, 1965). Thus this invocation of the ninth hinges on the court’s determination of whether a right is already retained. But, this makes the ninth amendment redundant because the issue is in the body of law that already exists. The right to choose to not reproduce is greater than the right to privacy. The Hatch Act should examine the benign quality to political activity, and address complaints of political bias; rather than restrict.

Then there is the kind of case where the rights aimed for by the restriction are balanced by the rights aimed for by the liberty sought. Thus, if a curfew is shown to not be necessary, it must be removed (City of Wadsworth v. Owens Ohio Mun. 1987, 536N, F.2d 674 Ohio Misc. 2d1). If smoking violates employee health the criterion is achieved that makes that right greater than the right to smoke in a bar. Homosexuality in the navy is not a right (Dronenburg v. Zech 1984 741 F.2d, 1388 239 U.S. App, D.C. 229); long hair, in general, is (Stradley v. Anderson D.C. Neb 1972 349 F.Supp 1120).

Courts should care about truth, not law. Truth is the parent of law.

Then there is the kind of case I believe was intended, whereby a compromise such as alcohol outside, is allowed, if the people can demonstrate the incentive behind the deal (lowering the drinking age in return for first demonstrating accident reduction), allowing alcohol outside if such liberty and respect can decrease noise. Treating people like adults this way, may reduce noise across the board and teach that liberty is contingent upon behavior. This is my constructive application of the ninth amendment. Even if the people are shown to be incapable of such initially, it is folly for a city to just accept and punish that dysfunctional behavior without probationary periods that test the ability of the people. And should the people abuse the right, the right should be taken away swiftly.

This is the use of the ninth amendment I think our founders intended: Whereby the courts provide an opportunity to analyze a solution that reduces the denial and disparagement of a right. This retains rights, involves compromise, and criteria, views the people as all on the same ship and is part to the merit and benefit of the effort to retain rights, our founders knew.

I did not have the chance to develop this in pleadings in the lower court, being dismissed sua sponte the day I received a docket number and judge after waiting nine months, nor at the circuit level in a brief being dismissed on motions. The ninth amendment particularly requires pleadings in the lower court to see how the ninth amendment is used. The supervisory role of the Supreme Court is needed, because I have been trying to say something important efficiently without securing the compunction and schedule of the courts.
I do not believe the ninth amendment is settled law. The logical tautology, its promotion of rights, the active sense of not denying rights retained by the people in the court through salubrious cases, as not seen and precedential, shows me a need to notify lawyers, people and courts of the ninth amendment to litigate effectively and improve society that a form exists to suggest ideas that reduce restrictions (U.S.C. 28 (1) (23)).

This understanding is consistent with the ninth amendment not guaranteeing any rights, except the right of compromise, which is constructive because compromise can lead to rights. This shows the ninth to be constructive and interpretive, something that does not do nothing, as no words in the constitution are meant to have no effect (Myers v. U.S. 272-U.S. 52 151 [“real effort should be given to all the words it (the Constitution) uses”]), and a constitutional savings clause that saves rights not mentioned from the degradation that can come with the difficult politics that govern the people (Charles v. Brown D.C. Alabama 1980 495 F.Supp 862) (Richmond Newspapers v. Virginia 448 U.S. 555, 579-8&n.10 (1986) (Chief Justice Burger). This invests in the people a forward-looking and corrective, prosecuting perspective.
Is the purpose of the ninth amendment expressed in clearest and easiest language and why wasn’t this form seen before? Did we need these principles of compromise more firmly etched? The founders left work for us, a boost for the future. The greater metaphysic that rendered the Kingdom of God, renders scholars a function of metaphysic as well. To an enlightened mind, it shouldn’t be astounding that the active sense (the rights enumerated in the constitution shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people (in court)) has not registered because an enlightened mind has recognized the absence of the world.
It is also vain to assume good and good government, especially locally, can be everywhere. There is an autonomy to reason, and our culture that must stand up itself. Compromise rules politics, and metaphysics can rule interpretation that does not seek metaphysical power.

So the central, republican locus, to our social contract, bound to be imperfect but containing mechanisms to self-perfection, in its first analysis of these mechanisms will tend to defend the status quo and not advocate change.

I’m reminded of Machiavelli’s anecdotes regarding how the people, disappointed with the consul’s office, achieved the compromise of being allowed four tribunes for the first time . Yet the people they elected to the position were nobles. It was a compromise, whereby in return for the chance to have such a consulate, they agreed to elect nobles to represent them. Machiavelli ascribes such to the people’s inability to agree on their individuals, but I feel a deal when I feel one. That is the way good is won: by offering a little, your offer is accepted. Likewise his nearby anecdote of a man in whose negotiation between the people and the senators, the people, with the chance to replace Senators with their own preferred to keep the nobles already elected, in return for being able to act as a political entity outside the palace the negotiator had holed up the senators. Politics is based on compromise. Unify the people; don’t change the people in power. Get the ninth amendment, but not its easy understanding.

Could the Constitution and America have ensured Free Assembly as a mode of self-rule by the people that got along with the federal government? The Constitutional Democratic Republic of Rome did such and gave us the phrase “Free Assembly.” The tenth amendment is violated by the local elect and appointed who exercise powers reserved for the state or the people yet are neither. If ordinances were determined in Free Assembly or town meetings (with voice votes and consensus), the balancing between quiet and maturity, restriction and liberty, would have been worked out long ago (Fedorov v. Princeton et al. 04-3583 C.A.3, 04-366 N.J.). Good must be secured, is not automatically granted, so wisdom is practical.

The debate over society three centuries ago, was taking place in countries of kings. Royal courts held back legal ones while the substantive logics of natural rights justified polity. The Constitutionally Democratic Republic of Rome rejected kings, and developed institutions and practices of law that encouraged many judges, prosecuting policy, and representing the interests of the people (Machiavelli, The Discourses). Our more perfect union is to evolve to the meter of improvement and suggested, in the bond of continuing the constitution, by the right given to congress to establish inferior courts of short duration.

Our founders knew the effort to retain rights, and which can be derived from the ninth amendment, is healthy and good, having done such at a national level of our republic. They knew rights come from within. That is why we, the west, have Christianity: To forgive the beginning to begin the next level: To understand the expedient level of the creation of polity.

The ninth is meant ideally at a local level. A republic primarily unites different areas in a national polity. There is no desire to intrude upon the local level, beyond its seven powers, or substantially create or mandate a way of life over the wishes of its people. That common sense is reserved for the people and state.
The means to compromise can evolve to bodies of many local citizens looking over disputes of rights. The problem of eminent domain, if the people rules themselves in free assembly locally consensusing formally on matters such as the economy and population and school, would dissipate. This is within the traditions of the American conscience. The compromise of the national elect and appointed of our Republic might work and play into the social contract that originates our polity and generates our rights: For those reasons, the elect at a local level can mitigate.

Thus we start to see, how the ninth, evolving out of the eighth, in citing restrictions where people have forgotten what emendation of behavior the restriction passed sentence on, points to the tenth, as where the harmony of local self-rule by the people is protected, which in turn wouldn’t deny and disparage rights so. Yet identifying the cause of denial and disparagement, identifying rights, thinking compromisingly, and believing in ability, are critical skills for the people and lawyers to learn. It can lead to the assertions for the opportunity for communal meals; the necessity for semi-formal opportunities to meet neighbors; formal town meetings where the economy and population can be discussed; the right to have people to play team sports. This idea can manifest community concerns and proactive people.

The ninth is overarching federal law that seeks win-win solutions regarding “others” (other rights). The integral of the ninth amendment may be balancing rights through solutions that utilize the people to achieve criteria; the derivative of the ninth amendment is the compulsion to see if proposed solutions can work, the same way criminal cases seek guilt.

We start to see the concerns of the first amendment right to petition the government to redress grievance and the ninth amendment’s concern with other rights overlap and are separate.

The first amendment is for and allows one person to bring up a grievance that may affect only him. The ninth amendment is for the resolution of ordinances and policy that affect many.

The first amendment has a sense of grievance which seeks damages. The ninth amendment refers to only a denial or disparagement of a liberty for which a solution is sought that balances rights with human dignity.
The right to petition the government to redress grievance suggests wrongs and violations of law or understanding whose wrong or error isn’t what is in question. The ninth amendment wants changes in law or policy, that already provide stability, through equitable solution.

The first understands some things are undeniably grievous. The ninth understands society is imperfect. One stands up against wrong, the other stands up to the status quo.

The ninth defers to the first as grounding the source of right and liberty in solutions within cases that could have been brought up anyway as a grievance seeking court order. The ninth is a track that streamlines a form for certain kinds of cases seeking liberty.

The ninth looks at redress. The first looks at grievance.

If the curfew in Central Park, NYC, were lifted one hour for every month crime was significantly reduced, would the respect of the people in this concept lead to a desired reduction in crime? These are broad and traditional understandings of the people within our conscience that lead to basic concerns of the people.
We further contend the conveyance of alcohol as used to relieve stress in a hard world, may create more relaxed people. Freud said society is so hard the people need opiates.

Further, people seek good conversation and bonds, not alcohol. Restrictions upon alcohol forget that. Too often alcohol is seen in a “partying” way, and I don’t believe that is its intent. Alcohol is used because the Kingdom of God is not always easy to take and requires a certain opiation. It is wise for a city to promote a functionalizing use of alcohol, even as simply a means of quenching thirst, not a social catalyst.
I was walking by Washington Square Park in NYC the other day, and two people were having an anti-war protest on a cold evening signified by a banner of a bed sheet. Relating to the difficulties of shepherding or galvanizing the people to some critical mass, good spirit, and empowering experience, I sympathized and joined with them. And I told them I always had more success drawing a caring crowd if the people were a little drunk. Alcohol seemed to put the heart of the people in a more demanding place and dissolve the inhibitions the sober get in the face of activism. I must admit, if they had just a little alcohol for people, they might attract a more energetic and capable people. Thus I must conclude that while alcohol outdoors is fairly only disparaged in NYC, such disparagement does inhibit Free Assembly, and it is safe to say our founders did not intend for Free Assembly to indicate a strictly sober affair.

If the ninth amendment specifically reinforces the ideal of compromise to a procedural degree that cases that propose compromises that can lead to the reduction of restriction are encouraged, then the genesis to retain rights by the people is coming out of the ninth amendment and may be independent and essential enough to be substantive.

Justice Goldberg in Griswold understands the ninth amendment “as a function of the courts to interpose a veto with regard to legislative and executive efforts to abridge other fundamental rights.” I would hope this understanding would extend to the analysis of local rights, and wouldn’t use the word “veto” as much as “solve.” Nor do I think this is limited to fundamental rights. The impetuses to such movement and decision must come from the people, as ultimately they are responsible, and trusted to care-take liberty: “all political power is inherent in the people” (N.J. State Constitution, 2A).

There are two historical movements in this case that compel scrutiny. The first is using courts to change policy, that trusts those who argue for the people, and is in the tradition of Brown vs. Board of Ed and Griswold. Those two cases found a solace in the interpretation of laws existing. This case seeks to be heard on the logic of the ninth amendment. This movement is consistent with the movement in Ancient Rome, to tribunes, who trustily argued on behalf of the people and explains how issues may be argued in court. And as the complement of the people and people in power, became diluted, so there was recognition of Locke’s time, that there could be fine laws to aid the people that have not been distinguished so yet. Both concepts are at the heart of better government.

“Substantive due process or right protected by this amendment must be one that is fundamental, able to be recognized as such by references to teachings of history and basic values that underlie our society and such historical reference is necessary because of the need for objective standard (Petrey v. Flaugher D.C. Ky 1981, 505 F.Supp 1087.”

Respectfully submitted.
Vic Fedorov
68 Laurel Place
Princeton, NJ 08530
(609) 921-6561

APPENDIX A
S.D.N.Y.
04-cv-8125
Mukasey, C.J.
United States Court of Appeals
FOR THE
SECOND CIRCUIT
[Filed September 15, 2005]

At a stated Term of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, held at the Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse at Foley Square, in the City of New York, on the 15th day of September two thousand and five,
Present:
Hon. Thomas J. Meskill,
Hon. José Cabranes,
Circuit Judges,
Hon. Alaan H. Nevas,
District Judge.*

Vic Fedorov,
Plaintiff-Appellant,
v. No. 05-0298-cv
Michael Bloomberg, et al.
Defendant-Appellee

Appellant, pro se, moves this Court for a preliminary hearing, “an aspect of this case to be filed pursuant to sec code 1983,” a “meeting with the NYPD,” and “analysis upon 10th Amendment for this case” and a petition for a writ of mandamus to prohibit the City of New York from issuing “drinking tickets.” Upon due consideration, it is hereby ORDERED that the motions and mandamus petition are denied and the appeal DISMISSED. See Pillay v. Immigration and Naturalization Service, 45 F.3d 14, 17 (2d Cir. 1995) (this Court has “inherent authority, wholly aside from any statutory warrant, to dismiss an appeal or petition for review as frivolous when the appeal or petition presents no arguably meritorious issue” for consideration); Neitzke v. Williams, 490 U.S. 319, 325 (1989) (an appeal is frivolous if the appeal “lacks an arguable basis either in law or in fact”).
FOR THE COURT:
Roseann B. MacKechnie, Clerk
By: s/Lucille Carr

*The Honorable Alan H. Nevas, Senior Judge of the United States District Court of the District of Connecticut, sitting by designation.

APPENDIX B

Judge Mukasey
04 CV 8125
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
[Filed October 15, 2004]
___________________________________ X
VIC FEDOROV,
CIVIL
Plaintiff,
JUDGMENT
-against-

THE HONORABLE MAYOR BLOOMBERG,
THE CITY OF NEW YORK,

Defendants
___________________________________ X
Pursuant to the order issued October 15, 2004 by the Honorable Michael B. Mukasey, Chief Judge, dismissing the complaint under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, it is,
ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED: That the complaint be and it is hereby dismissed. I certify pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1915(a)(3) that any appeal from the Court’s order would not be taken in good faith.

s/Michael B. Mukasey
MICHAEL B. MUKASEY
Chief Judge

Dated: October 15, 2004
New York, New York
THIS DOCUMENT WAS ENTERED ON THE DOCKET ON OCTOBER 25th, 2004

APPENDIX C
Judge Mukasey
04 CV 8125
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
[Filed October 15, 2004]
___________________________________ X
VIC FEDOROV,
Plaintiff,
ORDER OF DISMISSAL
-against-
THE HONORABLE MAYOR BLOOMBERG,
THE CITY OF NEW YORK,
Defendants
___________________________________ X

Plaintiff, appearing pro se, brings this action alleging that New York City’s prohibition against public consumption of alcohol violates his federal constitutional rights under the Ninth Amendment. As plaintiff alleges that various government officials violated his federal constitutional rights, I liberally construe the instant complaint as having been brought under 42 U.S.C. § 1093/ See Haines v. Kerner, 404 U.S. 519, 520 (1972) per curiam); McEachin v. McGuinnis, 357 F.3d 197, 200 (2d Cir. 2004) (“when the plaintiff proceeds pro se, as in this case, a court is obliged to construe his pleadings liberally, particularly when they allege civil rights violations.”); Graham v. Henderson, 89 F.3d 75, 79 (2d Cir. 1996) (pro se must be reviewed “to raise that strongest arguments they suggest”) (quoting Burgos v. Hopkins, 14 F.3d 787, 790 (2d Cir. 1994)). Plaintiff seeks judgment declaring the law unconstitutional, as well as $11,500.00 to compensate him for the duress associated with the prosecution of this claim. As plaintiff has paid the requisite filing fee, I direct the Clerk of Court to assign a docket number to this action. For the following reasons, however, I dismiss the complaint.

As an initial matter, plaintiff’s allegations against defendant Bloomberg cannot sustain the instant action. Liability under § 1983 must be predicated on the defendant’s direct or personal involvement in the alleged constitutional deprivation. Wright v. Smith, 21 F.3d 496, 501 (2d Cir. 1994). A defendant can be personally involved in a § 1983 violation in four ways: “(1) by participating directly in the deprivation; (2) by failing to remedy the wrong after learning of the violation through a report or appeal; (3) by creating a policy or custom under which the unconstitutional practices occurred; or (4) in managing the subordinates who caused the deprivation in a grossly negligent way.” Show v. Patterson, 955 F. Supp. 182, 188 (S.D.N.Y. 1997) (citing Williams v. Smith, 781 F.2d 319, 323 (2d Cir. 1986)). Liability under § 1983 may not be based on respondent superior or vicarious liability theories. Monell v. Dep’t of Social Servx., 436 U.S. 658, 691 (1978); Black v. Coughlin, 76 F.3d 72, 74 (2d Cir.1996). Here, plaintiff fails to offer any facts demonstrating that defendant Bloomberg had direct involvement with, knowledge of, or responsibility for the alleged deprivation of plaintiff’s rights. Since the claim against defendant Bloomberg, as presently stated, can be supported only on the basis of respondent superior or vicarious liability doctrines, which are not applicable to § 1983 actions, the claims as to this defendant must be dismissed.

Plaintiff challenges the constitutionality of a New York City law, prohibiting “the right to drink an alcoholic beverage outside in Manhattan N.Y.” Complaint at 1. Plaintiff alleges that he was ticketed and fined $15 for drinking an alcoholic beverage in a park. ID. At 2, Ex. C. The Administrative Code for the City of New York states: “No person shall drink or consume an alcoholic beverage, or possess, with intent to consume, an open container containing an alcoholic beverage in any public place except at a block party, feast or similar function for which a permit has been obtained.” N.Y.C. Admin. Code § 10-125(b (2003). The code defines a “public place” as, inter alia, a “place of amusement, playground, part or beach.” See N.Y.C. Admin. Code § 10-125(a)(2) (2003) (emphasis added).

With respect to public consumption and open container laws, courts have generally upheld the constitutionality of laws “which place[] some restriction upon an individual’s freedom of action in the name of the police power [but] bear some reasonable relation to the public good.” People v. Lee, 462 N.Y.S.2d 417, 419 (1983) (internal quotations & citations omitted). Although the state’s highest court found that an open container law that lacked a specific intent to consume alcohol was unconstitutional, id., the New York City law at issue, here, as well as other similarly worded statutes, have survived constitutional challenges, because they prohibit only the consumption of and the intent to consume alcohol. McDermott v. City of New York, No. 00 Civ. 8311 (LAK)(GWG), 2002 WL 265127, at *6 (S.D.N.Y. Feb. 25, 2002) (citations omitted). Report & Recommendation adopted, Order Slip. Op. (Mar. 26, 2002); see People v. Elhage, 537 N.Y.S.2d 375, 375-76 (App. Div. 1989) (upholding the constitutionality of a similarly-worded statute); cf. People v. Bothwell, 690 N.Y.S.2d 231, 234 (App. Div. 1999) (upholding enforcement of the New York City law). Thus, plaintiff’s challenge to the open container law must fail.

To the extent that plaintiff seeks to assert a claim under § 1983 arising from violations of the Ninth Amendment, his complaint must be dismissed. “[Section] 1983 claims must be premised upon specific constitutional guarantees, of which the Ninth Amendment provides none.” Doe v. Episcopal Social Servs., No. 94 Civ. 9171 (DAB), 1996 WL, 51191, at *1 (S.D.N.Y. Feb. 7, 1996) (internal citations omitted); see also Clynch v. Chapman, 285 F. Supp. 2d 213, 219 (D. Conn. 2003) (citing Froelich v. Wisconsin Dep’t of Corr., 196 F.3d 800, 801 (7th Cir. 1999) (“The Ninth Amendment is a rule of interpretation rather than a source of rights. …”)); cf. People United for Children, Inc. v. City of New York, 108 F Supp. 2d 275, 300 n.19 (S.D.N.Y. 2000) (“[T]he Ninth Amendment does not confer substantive rights in addition to those conferred by other provisions of our governing law”) (internal quotations and citations omitted). Therefore, to the extent plaintiff’s claims rely on rights derived from the Ninth Amendment, the complaint must be dismissed.

CONCLUSION
Although this Court would generally permit amendment of a fee-paid complaint to cure any defects before dismissing the case sua sponte, Hughes v. Albany, 76 F.3d 53 (2d Cir.1996), there is no need to do so here as plaintiff presents to arguably meritorious issue. See Mallard v. United States Dist. Court, 490 U.S. 296, 307-08 (1989) (”Section 1915 … authorizes courts to dismiss a ‘frivolous or malicious’ action, but there is little doubt they would have power to do so even in the absence of this statutory provisionl.”); Rolle v. Berkowitz, No. 03 Civ. 7120 (DAB) (RLE), 2004 WL 287678, at *1 (S.D.N.Y. Feb. 11, 2004) (“[C]ourts within the Second Circuit have not hesitated to dismiss sua sponte claims brought by fee-paying pro se plaintiffs when it is clear such claims ‘presen[t] no arguably meritorious issue for [the court’s] consideration.’” (quoting Pillay v. Immigration & Naturalization Serv., 45 F.3d 14, 17 (2d Cir.1995) (per curiam) & other citations omitted); Fitzgerald v. First East Seventh St. Tenants Corp., No. 99 Civ. 6051 (JFK), 1999 WL 675996, at *1 (S.D.N.Y. Aug. 31, 1999) (“A district court in the Second Circuit may sua sponte dismiss a complaint even if the plaintiff has paid the filing fee”) (citations omitted); Pourzandvakil v. Humphry, No. 94-CV-1594, 1995 WL 316935, at *8 (N.D.N.Y. May 23, 1995) (“The law in this circuit is that a district court may sua sponte dismiss a frivolous complaint even if the plaintiff has paid the filing fee.” Id. (citing Tyler v. Carter, 151 F.R.D. 537, 540 (S.D.N.Y. 1993). Aff’d, 41 F.3d 1500 (2d Cir.1994))); Platsky v. Armand, No. CV-93-5154, 1994 WL 681415, at *7 (E.D.N.Y. Feb. 8, 1994) (although pro se litigants must be afforded special solicitude court, may dismiss “claims describing fantastic or delusional scenarios”); Parris v. Kelly, No. 93 Civ. 7391 (RWS), 1993 WL 497979 (S.D.N.Y. Nov. 30, 1993) (Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(6) authorizes a district court to dismiss sua sponte a fee-paid complaint that is fantastic or delusional (citing Tyler, 151 F.R.D. at 540); c.f. Pillay v. Immigration & Naturalization Serv., 45 F.3d 14, 17 (2d Cir.1995) (per curiam) (discussing appellate court’s inherent authority to dismiss meritless and/or frivolous fee-paid cases).

Accordingly, the complaint is dismissed. For purposes of taking an appeal, I certify pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1915(a)(3) that any appeal from this order would not be taken in good faith. See Coppedge v. United States, 269 U.S. 438, 444-45 (1962).

SO ORDERED
s/Michael B. Mukasey
MICHAEL B. MUKASEY
Chief Judge

Dated: October 15, 2004
New York, New York

APPENDIX D

JUDICIAL COUNCIL OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT
[Filed August 18, 2005]
___________________________________ X
In re Docket No. 05-8502
CHARGE OF JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT
___________________________________ X

JOHN M. WALKER, JR., Chief Judge:
On January 10, 2005, the Complainant filed a complaint with the Clerk’s Office for the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 351 (formerly § 372(c)) (“the Act”) and the Rules of the Judicial Council of the Second Circuit Governing Complaints Against Judicial Officers (the “Local Rules”), charging a district court judge of this Circuit (“the Judge”) with misconduct.

Background and Allegations:

The Complainant, the plaintiff in an action that proceeded before the Judge, alleges that although his complaint was received by the district court in February 2004, he was not notified of the docket number assigned to his case until October 2004; that he did not receive notice of the Judge’s dismissal of his complaint with sufficient time to file a timely postjudgment motion; and that he was denied the opportunity to file pleadings and motions in his civil proceeding because he was notified of both the docket number assigned to his case and the Judge’s order dismissing his case at the same time.

Disposition:

The complaint must be dismissed.

The Complainant has failed to identify any misconduct by the Judge covered by § 351. Although the Complainant complains of unreasonable delay, the Complainant’s own submissions demonstrate that he received letters from the district court’s pro se office advising him of the progression of his case. He received a letter in February 2004 advising him that his complaint had been received and that he could contact the pro se office by telephone or letter if he had any questions. He received a second letter in June 2004 advising him that his case was undergoing judicial review and, again, that he could contact the pro se office by letter or telephone if he had any questions. The Complainant’s action was then dismissed by the Judge in October 2004.

The Complainant’s assertion that he did not receive notice of the Judge’s dismissal of his complaint with sufficient time to file a timely postjudgment motion is likewise without merit. The district court’s docket sheet indicates that the judgment dismissing the Complainant’s action, filed on October 15, 2004, was not entered until October 25, 2004. Therefore, the complainant had until November 8, 2004 to file a timely postjudgment action. See Fed. R. Civ. P. 7(a); Fed. R. Civ. P. 59(b). The Complainant concedes that he received notice of the court’s dismissal of his complaint on October 23, 2004, thereby allowing him to have timely filed such a motion. Finally, the Complainant has not demonstrated that he was denied the opportunity to file pleadings or motions in his civil proceeding. In any event, any matter that the Complainant wished to raise by filing a pleading or motion could have also been raised in a timely postjudgment motion. The Complainant has thus failed to show that the Judge engaged in any “conduct prejudicial to the effective and expeditious administration of the business of the courts.” Local Rule 1(b).

The complaint is therefore dismissed. The Clerk is directed to transmit copies of this order to the Complainant and to the Judge.

s/John M. Walker, Jr.
John M. Walker, Jr.
Chief Judge

Signed: New York, New York
August 18, 2005

APPENDIX E

UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT
THURGOOD MARSHALL U.S. COURT HOUSE
40 FOLEY SQUARE
NEW YORK 10007

Roseann B. MacKechnie
CLERK

Date: 1/27/05
Docket Number: 05-0298-cv
Short Title: Fedorov v. Bloomberg
DC Docket Number: 04-cv-8125
DC: SDNY (NEW YORK CITY)
DC Judge: Honorable Michael Mukasey

Dear Counsel:

Please be advised that the district court record on appeal in the above referenced case has been filed this date in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

For the Court,
Roseann B. MacKechnie, Clerk

s/Deborah A. Holmes
By: Deborah A. Holmes
Deputy Clerk

APPENDIX F

UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT
THURGOOD MARSHALL U.S. COURT HOUSE
40 FOLEY SQUARE
NEW YORK 10007

Roseann B. MacKechnie
CLERK
[Filed October 19, 2005]

Date: 10/17/05
Docket Number: 05-0298-cv
Short Title: Fedorov v. Bloomberg
DC Docket Number: 04-cv-8125
DC: SDNY (NEW YORK CITY)
DC Judge: Honorable Michael Mukasey

At a stated Term of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, held at the Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse, Foley Square, in the City of New York, on the 19th day of Oct. two thousand five.

Present:
Hon. Thomas J. Meskill,
Hon. José A. Cabranes.
CIRCUIT JUDGES
Hon. Alan H. Nevas,
DISTRICT JUDGE
Fedorov v. Bloomberg, et al.
A petition for panel rehearing having been filed herein by Vic Fedorov
Upon consideration thereof, it is
Ordered that said petition be and hereby is DENIED.

For the Court,
Roseann B. MacKechnie, Clerk

By: s/Tracy Young
Motion Staff Attorney

APPENDIX G
CRIMINAL COURT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
COUNTY OF NEW YORK
[Filed March 25, 2004]

—————————————————————
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK :
Respondent :
:
— against – :
:
VICTOR FEDOROV :
Defendant – Appellant :
—————————————————————
NOTICE OF APPEAL
Docket Number
2003SN106204
SIRS:
Please TAKE NOTICE that the defendant herein appeals to the Appellate Term of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, held in and for the First Judicial Dist., from the judgment convicting him/her on the 8 day of January 2004 of AC10-125(b) and sentencing him/her to fine $15.00 rendered in the Criminal Court of the City of New York, County of New York by the Hon.
on the 8 day of January 2004.
DATED: County of New York
the 25 day of March 2004
Yours,
Name Victor Fedorov
Address 68 Laurel Rd.
Princeton, NJ 08540
To: District Attorney
County of New York

APPENDIX H

PRO SE OFFICE
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
DANIEL PATRICK MOYNIHAN UNITED STATES COURTHOUSE
500 PEARL STREET, ROOM 230
NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10007

J. MICHAEL MCMAHON
CLERK OF COURT
Date: 2/18/04

Re: Fedorov, Vic v. The Honorable Mayor Bloomberg, et al.

Dear Litigant:
Please be advised that your papers were received by the Pro Se Office on February 9, 2004. If there are any problems with your papers, they may be returned to you.
If your papers are in order, they will be processed and assigned a docket number and a judge. Unless directed by the Court, please DO NOT submit any other papers until you have been assigned a docket number.
If you have any questions regarding these procedures, you may contact this Office by letter or by telephone during our normal business hours, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday (except federal holidays). Please note that we cannot accept collect calls.

Sincerely,
__________________
Pro Se Clerk
(212) 805-0175
IMPORTANT NOTE:
YOU MUST IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY THE COURT OF ANY CHANGE OF YOUR ADDRESS BY SUBMITTING A LETTER TO THE PRO SE OFFICE OR YOU RISK DISMISSAL OF YOUR CASE.
rev. 7/03

Trouble in Municipal Court?

February 22, 2011

State v. Fedorov
Long Hill N.J. Municipal Court
Tickets 048698-701
Gillette NJ
March 1 2011

Motion Summaries for oral argument March 3 2011

To the Court:
The two purposes of a motion is to ask the court to do something, and to bring up a matter within the case before the judge, towards which the judge may indicate a disposition.
My requests for the court are grounded in genuine concerns any officer of the court would be concerned about, towards order.

Motion 1 Summary

Motion 1 asks the court to bring up my ideas in professional communication with other municipal judges for the issues are too big for one, relevant to all; Also to attempt to introduce the issues to the recently formed by the NJ Supreme Court Committee on Access and Fairness, designed to improve the NJ Court System; And to see if the prosecutor would like to discuss their remedy in a pretrial conference. An important concept is that municipal court is the natural check upon local unconstitutional ordinances; more so than higher courts; because state courts have gone along with a state structure, while local courts operate in a local domain.

To The Court:
A judge should respect and comply with the law. The following is a law, the tenth amendment: “The powers not given to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people”. This is where my construction starts.
Your honor was appointed by the mayor, a local official, who is neither state nor people yet exercises a power, by appointing you, not given to the United States by the Constitution: Which regards the local administration of punishment.
The reason for this law is to avoid concentrating local power in a few hands. And also to protect local officials, who pivotally, also, are neither the state nor the people and exercise powers not given to the United States, from the more natural prosecution that local judges, prosecutors and defenders beholden to the state or the people might engender to recognize the violations local ordinance manifesting the incorporation of officials in Long Hill, and in other towns, is. Local court is aimed at corrupted or unconstitutional local officials; especially as peaceful assembly is abridged, which is where local decisions constitutionally and naturally are intended to be made.
That the tenth amendment is violated, indicates judicial performance is colored by a false and illegal statute; and it is an issue for Americans. According to the code of judicial conduct, a judge must avoid impropriety and the appearance of impropriety. Any failure to understand the law, the tenth amendment, at play here, would be very prone to the impropriety of siding for local officials and power as it is, rather than simple and good, law. Any failure to recognize the obligations of local courts to correct local government erodes confidence in the integrity and impartiality of your court.
In some ways all must understand this law; each municipal court judge in N.J. must recognize and consider this law; for it is too much for just one, and essential to all. This motion is grounded the tenth amendment, and shows statutes that appoint judges, prosecutors and defenders from Mayors or local officials, illegal. We ask for a form to discuss remedies to this situation. We wish to see if the prosecutor can recognize this assertion, if the recently founded Committee on Access and Fairness in the NJ Judiciary, can put it on their agenda, and if other municipal judges find this relevant. We assert this common violation of law, and the ignorance and illegality associated with it, formidably taints limpid resolution, jurisdiction, and remedying these issues.

If your honor understands the aim at unconstitutional ordinances and illegal statutes and protection of the people, if you understand that the enforcement of laws by an illegally structured system compromises truth, if you understand all judges and people and officials should understand this and apply it to a more sensible and better form of community government; then as a judge, according to the code of judicial conduct, you are allowed and encouraged to engage in activities that improve the law, the legal system and administration of justice; so as that which this motions requests. This concerns all those who participate in court.
What there is to discuss, is not the assertion of law and reason, though that legal guidance beneficial: But why and how we did not know these matters. It requires humility. A devoid earthly situation is suggested and not the fast-paced one we are led to believe. If what seemed to exist existed, these laws would be self-evident. And this absence of wisdom is something religion and spirituality tries to explain, along many paths; in Christianity the terms The Kingdom of God and Kingdom of Heaven acknowledge a greater circumstance than the world deals in.
Pretrial conferences, professional and quasi-legal communication must contain a spiritual dimension to firmly move structures of society in beneficial direction, difficult as that is.
There must be some citation upon the fraud and error here to incriminate a wide range of society as fraudulently grounded in false assumption, towards which the constitution’s administration and the people have been corrupted and improper. Surely someone would have recognized this, and indicated the two dimensional reality. If the kingdom of god is represented to project temporary reality and that can be shown, the whole swath of business and punishment is neither true, nor recognized as not true, yet here I do.
I just want to say that these ideas for discussion should include their development in motion 2.

Thank You
Vic Fedorov
68 Laurel Rd
Princeton NJ 08540
201 232 1154

Motion Summary

Motion 2 asks that since I find the nature of the municipal ordinances in this town abridging peaceful assembly, exercising powers reserved to the states or the people, through an incorporated form of local officials, which shows the NJ Constitution in violation of the fourteenth amendment, extending a liability to officials not protecting our rights in USC Title 42 section 1983; therefore the structure and ordinance of the town founded in violation of the federal constitution: The ignorance about this is suggested in rule 7: 1 finding ordinances unconstitutional questions the authority here. The incessant violations of law, is consistent with the constant ignorance of the natural and legal right and practice of people making local decisions on issues with ayes and nays in peaceful assembly. (Decisions were made this way in NJ into the 1900’s (Princeton township website) And New England Towns require 236 people in an assembly for a local
issue to decided) Thus the structure of the enforcement of ordinances and punishment by municipal court as well as ordinances and statute themselves, is grounded in an irresponsible pose, that is yet honest enough to recognize the ascetic, in the almost direct challenge to point out unconstitutional municipal ordinances towards dismissal
I ask the municipal court to assert its relation to the municipality by asking the local elect if they want to conform to the first amendment form of deciding local issues in peaceful assembly, and remind them representative government is intended for regions not localities, and that conforming will make many people happy: and report what local officials respond. Because you will probably see how local officials can not step up to the plate and address issues, the way a peaceful assembly does. Because this really is Long Hill, versus me, and Long Hill is incorporated with local officials, and they abridge peaceful assembly, and violate civil and natural rights therein, and I invite them to step up to the plate.

Motion 2

Your Honor:
According to the code of judicial conduct, a judge must not allow political relationships to influence judicial conduct; and may not use his office to advance the interests of others and moreover, expect public scrutiny, especially regarding his judicial conduct.
So it is important to know that even though the state constitution incorporated towns with local officials in 1947, manifested later in Title Law 40 41 and 41a, the state constitution violates the 14th amendment,
insofar as we are protected from local officials by the tenth amendment, and the first, as local officials abridge peaceful assembly, which is how Princeton Township, for instance made decisions, in peaceful assemblies, into the 1900’s; and towns in New England still require quorums of 236 for decisions to be made. Representative government, necessary at state and federal level, but locally, harmfully concentrates power to a deleterious brand, that has oppressed NJ and its people, for decades.
So to be faithful to law and maintain professional competence and precisely be unswayed by partisan interests, any officer of the court, to avoid the appearance of impropriety from political or business relationships, with local officials, or legal establishment, must take on this issue; Towards which we motion for the replacement of the system of local decision making by a few local officials, with local decisions being made in peaceful assemblies, in Long Hill. This would make many people happy and redress the grievance of what may construed as a cruel and negligient municipal court. We ask the court ask local officials if they are into this transition and report what they say. This is the natural check of judges and officers of the court, upon illegal activities.

Motion 3 Summary

Motion 3 shall specifically cite numerous specific municipal unconstitutional ordinances in Long Hill; and show the legitimate objection such citation poses. And show that rule 7/7:1 “a motion to dismiss based upon lack of jurisdiction or the unconstitutionality of a municipal ordinance may be made at any time’ indicates an ascetic knowledge that the judiciary is tainted pivotally, and that an awareness of unconstitutional ordinances, is consistent with two further understandings of the judiciary: that the judiciary isn’t strong enough to consider remedying unconstitutional structure: And that dismissal grounded in this recognition of unconstitutional ordinances consistent with and appropriate to a recognition of the citizen’s cognition, who may then take the asceticism further: That the intention of this rule is to award and trust the aware rather than push an illegal system further. Truth influences bottom lines.
This motion asks for dismissal based on a lack of jurisdiction and the unconstitutionality of municipal ordinance; for how can unconstitutional ordinances be unconsciously asserted when brought to the attention of the court? I would like to read my own oral argument for motion 3.
I shall show NJ municipal law recognizes this situation through its rule 7:1, that its disposition seems to be to dismiss the case, if an awareness of this is shown; because the laws are unfair to one, then; and made in the phony enforcement of all, when if only one understands this natural and constitutional right, is it safe to conclude there really is the all claimed? Moreover the rules acknowledge an asceticism therein, whose reputation may be increased and compelled by this observance of the municipal court rules, and lead to using the ascetic through clients and assistance, to improve society. Therefore we motion to show that the rules guide a dismissal upon the pointing out of unconstitutional municipal ordinances.

Motion 3

There are steps here.
The principal is that punishments grounded in ignorance, are inappropriately excessive, because ignorance causes frustration and frustration leads to harsh punishments. This really is Long Hill versus me; and I can show many unconstitutional local ordinances structuring an unconstitutional incorporation of Long Hill NJ.. But the key step is when we consider how the natural and constitutional immunity to a few people making decisions for all locally, and the constituted privilege of local decisions being made with ayes and nays in peaceful assemblies, as they have been, in New England, and in NJ into the 1900’s. This is basic stuff to living, coming together with your community to discuss issues and life: A vital opportunity to society. As I said, the key step is when we wonder how society can be so ignorant of something so fundamental. Because Christianity explains this as a world of sin, a fallen world, and evidences it through the use of its term The Kingdom of God. The recognition of how the kingdom of god can be made to appear the people, shows that because the people are the kingdom of god made to appear a certain way, that then the reality of the kingdom of god, and the phoniness of its representation as otherwise explains how these principles of good society may be lost.
Therefore 7/7:1 indicates to the judge a great and poorly apprehended situation: where because the kingdom of god is represented to violation, and addressed as something else, the continuous violations of law and knowledge couples frustration and ignorance, resulting in a false assessment and responsibility for the situation.
Thus dismissing defendants who point out unconstitutional ordinances indicate a relief regarding this because the courts are not strong enough, and the laws, improperly grounded, grounded in falsehood and statistics false statistics. By the Kingdom of God, if you understand this, these weekly violations don’t really happen, for the kingdom of god doesn’t have the will, and the will comes from a higher power, designating society this way.
I shall try to pass over the citing of The revised General ordinances of Long Hill NJ here:

—Article 1 Chap 2.2 covers several ordinances empowering a township committee and local officials, abridging peaceful assembly, and not being the state or the people but using powers the people naturally have, not a few local officials. In violation of the 14th amendment for the privilege of peaceful assembly and immunity to a system of local officials.

That natural constitutional law is so abridged, means to form to inculcate proper behavior, and punishments and enforcements, is fundamentally skewed nor practiced. The ignorance that allows these violations signifies an incompetence towards a considerate and serious administration of justice that might reduce municipal court through the practice of natural local polity; thus making severe sentences less necessary; and leading to the potential understanding of humans on earth as culpable to a will exercised for them.

Ordinances of meetings, and allowing the right to make ordinances, and govern government agency 2-3 are unconstitutional—thus the police are run illegally, making it more prone to corruption. Designation of police chief by ordinance an issue 2.4. Further illegal township administrator- who might be the person to talk to about this. All violating natural constitutional and beneficial understandings of community as a place where all the people are equal. Same with 2.8 incorporation of department of law, insofar as it misses these laws I cite, is fine indication of corruption and unfitness. And as these laws are there for any reader, so we must begin to ask, how can humanity have missed this?

Motion 4 Summary
Motion 4 seeks to inject a fourth amendment understanding to further understand dismissal and be coupled to a recognition of possibly unfair practice in Long Hill traffic enforcement.

Dear Your Honor,
The fourth amendment’s protection from illegal search and seizure is consistent with a divine knowledge of not only the difficulty of the real politic; but also the gap between humanity and the kingdom of god, or spiritual understandings. Likewise the right to not incriminate oneself also, I believe demonstrates this divinity.
This law recognizes the inculcation of bonds and positive people and understandings that may frankly come first through vices, rather than stoically; and therefore this protection is from that which may be against the vices, that bond the people, are prone to and more. Oppression is signified, and so there is an encouragement for the people to get together, enjoy and be serious, which is protected from illegal search and seizures consistent with that encouragement of good serious people striving in an imperfect world. The fourth amendment suggests a godly primacy to individual judgment, and bottom line, rather than overzealous prosecution. And we wish to contrast this ideal with a pattern of enforcement in Long Hill that may be corrupt for which we seek particular remedies to the citations.

I notice a pattern weighted against the individual in Long Hill, indicative of a corrupt and illegal structure to local law enforcement, which I hope pointing out the unconstitutional local ordinances, the incorporation of towns with local officials are and breed, and perhaps even deeper more nefarious corruptions, in that I can cite that which I can not in other towns. This illuminates an oversight of the police department through an official, rather than the responsibility of the people.
For instance just one DUI sign along Maple Ave saying a “DUI you can’t afford it”, certainly would have reminded me to be careful. Many towns have one. Its lack in this instance indicates almost a solicitation or wanting drunk drivers, rather than not wanting drunk drivers.
Likewise at the intersection going downhill it is claimed I did not stop at: Going uphill you do not have to stop, and that is unique to Long Hill, confused me, and it was late at night, and I remember I certainly did slow down, I could not have run the stop sign by very much, because I am responsible and have a clean driving record. It was also after 1am and I did not see any traffic. In other words the grounds for causing a stop were not as honorable as during a more trafficked or reckless time and close to entrapment.
Likewise going down hill from that intersection should not immediately be a 25 mph zone, because one is going down hill, and it is still residential enough to be 35 perhaps, and if it is said it is 25 mph because it is nearer a school; this is very suspicious because many towns say it is 25 mph near a school when children are present, or likewise, when lights on the sign are flashing indicating a time of day when 25 mph is required.
So this is all very set up, not to deter dangerous driving behavior, but catch drivers and punish them; and I ask you, is this the good moral conduct a police officer requires?
The set-ups I notice continue through Long Hill. If one makes a left on Valley, the speed limit sign on the right is hidden by a telephone pole so that for some 100s of ft I couldn’t tell if the speed limit was 30 or 35. Likewise, turning into municipal buildings on the right of valley rd further, is complicated by a lack of signage indicating one enters in the first driveway and can only exit from the second. So I even suspect the breathalyzer is weighted against, even if only by being used so often as to contain residues of alcohol.
So there is almost a requisite pattern of abuse upon the driver, consistent with illegal local structure as well as pattern of questionable police behavior. I also ask your honor to reconsider the reckless driving charge. I had just 2 16 ounce beers from 8:45pm to when I left at 1am. And I have had only one traffic offense since I got my license in 1982, in the eighties. I have had a breathalyzer when I used to drink more often and I know I was not .13. Because I have felt more intoxicated when I measured myself and in my own breathalyzer and blew much less. Simply put I did not feel drunk, felt I was driving fine, a little fast going down the hill because it was a new area; the pt being seemed to be more to arrest someone, than legitimate concerns or actual violation.
Again I evince credibility for my own responsible conduct through my
knowledge of law, and devotion to my trade of organic agriculture which I have done full time for 6 years. If you examine my blog site, vicfedorov.wordpress.com you see lots of essays on serious subjects including law, requiring reading, research and thought. These are indicators of responsibility and judgment; an attempt to the ascetic, not violation and abuse. I have also been aiding my recently paralyzed mother in a physical rehab 30-50 hrs a week in West Orange and living in Newark. My mother is now back at her home in Princeton NJ. I am looking for work assisting legal matters, signing up for a paralegal certificate course and will work on farms this spring.
On the grounds of these claims, I would ask for an affidavit or swearing by the officer in charge that he knows nothing of a tainted or weighted breathalyzer, even though the entire local system is tainted and weighted against the individual citizen and defendant. I don’t believe I was that drunk, and I don’t believe I failed the five tests given. I simply don’t myself as someone who is .13 percent alcohol.
Also ask the court consider reimbursing me 140 $ for towing costs, 5 hrs of legal work 96$ and the over 20 hours studying rules and writing motions to be pro bono on behalf of the general interest and ultimate benefit to N.J. and its people.

Sincerely
Vic Fedorov
68 Laurel Rd
Princeton NJ 08540
201 232 1154
Ruidx32go@yahoo.com

THIS IS WHAT MUNICIPAL JUDGE JAMES BRIDE WROTE IN RESPONSE:

Mr. FEdorov submitted 4 writen Motions to the Court andrequested the oppportunityto personally argue the Motions which the Court granted, The Motions raise constitutional issues and each witll be dealt with separately. The PRosecutor argued in opposition to the Motions made by Mr. Fedorov.

Motion #1

Defendant argues that the appointment of this Courtwas an unconstitutional usurpation of power by the Mayor and Counci which established the local Munipicpal Cort and appointed the Judge who can mete out punishment, The defendant cites the United States Constitution.

“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor b=oprohibted by it to the States are reserved to the States respoectively, or to the people.” Amendment 10 United States Constitution

Defendant argues that peaceful assembly has been abridged contrary to Ameendment # 1 of the United States Constitution. The Prosecutor argues that New JErsey Statues deirect the establishment of Municipal Courts.

The states are nt forbidden to establish their own Constitutions by the United States Constitution. New JErsey enacted its present Constitution which was approved by the Electorate on Nov 4, 1947. Article 6, Section 1 of the New JErsey Constitution established the New JErsey Court system including inferior Courts of limited jurisdiction such as the Municipal Courts. This Constitutional provision permittted the LEgislatiure to establish Municipal Courts by enactment of N.J.S.A. 2B: 12-1 which mandates the establishment of a Municipal Court in each municipality.

Defendant’s Motion misstates the meaning to Amendment 10 of the United States Constitution and must be denied.

Motion # 2

Defendant claims local ordinances are unconstitutional when passed by the Township Counsel and should passed upon by an assemblage of citizens, ie., a town meeting. Including within the argument is the claim that local officials abridge peaceful assembly and that local decisions should be nade by an assemblage of citizens, not local elected or appointed officials.

Defendant also mentioned peaceful assembly within the body of Motion #1 and the argument is made that only valid local laws, (ordinances) are made by the system used in small New England towns known as “Town Meetings” (which require quorums of 236-note by defendant). New Jersey has a statutory scheme known as the Faulkner Act, N.J.S.A. 40:69A-1 et seq. which sets forth the types of local governments permitted in New Jersey, primarily based on population.

Peaceful assembly in Amendment 1 of the United States Constitution refers to the constitutional right of the citizens to lobby the government and encourage or protest government activities. A Town mMeeting, while a peaceful assemblage of the people, is protected as are the rights of demonstratoers who espouse unpopular even repulsive social and political positions.

Motion # 2 is denied as it does not set forth an agument which can be dealt with by this court.

Motion #3

This motion argues that the Municipal Court lacks jurisdiction to enforce the unconstitutional municipal ordinances of Long Hill Township. Defendant cites Rule 7:7-1 which permits Motions to Dismiss Upon LAck of Jurisdiction or the Unconstitutionality of a Municipal Ordinance to be made at any time. Defendant is correct that such motions are permitted to be made; however, almost all motions of this type are based upon lack of jurisdiction. The reason for this is the New Jersey Case Law enunciated byt eh Higher Courts advised Minipal Courts to assume validity of states, ordinances nd administrative regulations and leave constitutional issues to a highe court. State v. Barchevski, 181 NJ Super. 34 (A.D. 1981). Only in rare circumstances such as where an identical ordinance of another municipality has been found unconstitutiona, will a local Municipal Cour tissue a ruling determining that the municipal ordinance is invalid.

Defendant’s motion is denied

Letter I sent Jon Corzine; Invokes the 17th amendment

February 15, 2011

Necessary Notes

Part of the 17th amendment:  “”When vacancies happen in the representation of any State in the Senate, the executive authority of such State shall issue writs of election to fill such vacancies: Provided, That the legislature of any State may empower the executive thereof to make temporary appointments until the people fill the vacancies by election as the legislature may direct.”

                               THIS SUPERCEDED ARTICLE 1 Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution

The U.S. Constitution:  “(and if Vacancies happen by Resignation, or otherwise, during the Recess of the Legislature of any State, the Executive thereof may make temporary Appointments until the next Meeting of the Legislature, which shall then fill such Vacancies.)

So by my examination of these laws N.J.’s Legislature immorally specifically allows a governor to appoint a successor to a senator who has vacated his senate seat. Even if the governor was the senator who vacated his seat. Because most states hold special elections.

But my construction is much deeper. A law that allows a senator to vacate his seat to become governor and appoint a successor is a trick. The only way one with the honor of a senator would go along with that scenario is if coerced towards his appointed successor. Thus, if this is true, it would be the opportunity to expose a corrupt statewide movement from local decisions being made in peaceful assembly to being decided by local officials, who thus abridge peaceful assembly. Because it is only this statewide corruption that can engender the behavior this trick desires.

Dear Jon Corzine,

You have to know what I am saying, and answer the question, whether you were coerced into giving up your senate seat to run for governor and then appoint a successor who may have strong armed you into that path.

Because the whole thing looks very suspicious. There is scant other psychological reason I can think for such senatorial and political behavior. And your governorship struck me as subdued and inhibited, as a result.

For a long time I have been saying, that NJ’s state constitution’s incorporation of towns with local officials violates the tenth amendment’s reservation of powers not given to the federal government to the state, or the people; and critically abridges peaceful assembly.

If you know some towns, like Princeton Township according to its website, made local decisions in peaceful assembly into the 1900’s; and if you know many towns in New England require quorums of 236 for local decisions to be made, you more easily see the violation of a natural and protected right in the few deciding for many locally.

So I see your actions as consistent with the dominance of corrupted local politics, and therefore offering an opportunity to expose and parlay that dominance into local peaceful assemblies, which will make many people happy. The 17th amendment, which ambiguously legalized this behavior of senators leaving office, and governors appointing successors, though not specifically the combination of both, was around the time local control was shifting to a democratic machine, and away from hegemonies of the state or peaceful assemblies, is a trick because it offers the opportunity for what you did, but can only be done to a senator through an intrinsic political complex of local officials; which whose coercion exposed, can lead to a toppling of the clause in our state constitution incorporating municipalities with local officials at the expense of peaceful assemblies.

I am also only one man; I do not have the structure of a federal government, or any state agency, or even a mob of angry people. And I firmly believe and understand the absence of knowledge is because the kingdom of god is manipulated and represented as this media scene before us; and this media scene is entirely false. I believe government and the press is wholly and foolishly based on the false assumption that everything is physically fine with the human race; when it has been transformed into the kingdom of god. So I will take care of everyone that goes along with me. No one is going to get hurt or punished, there is a huge context of lies, which if seen, forgive everyone. We are going to seize this, move forward and be constructive and cause a lot of well-being through local decisions being made in peaceful assemblies. It is impossible to not acknowledge the good of tha.

I shall go on, as it is not written elsewhere: The afterlife is putting on a show, and a negative one, for the universe. We have to figure out where I come from, and assert the unity of the human race. Believe me I fully understand how unempowered we really are. If we were more empowered we wouldn’t be stooped in such corruption. So I hope you see me as a useful godly person. For democratic opposition to the republican power structure, must originate from and assert or show the kingdom of god, to have any resonance on the stage before the universe; and as we seek that origin here.

Especially since the federal prosecutors never got back to me; because they exist on paper, and are actually less thoughtful than me. In any event, you must see what I wrote regarding your life, and should you deny it in a responsible way, I shall certainly bend to any truth.

 

Thank You

Vic Fedorov

68 Laurel Rd

Princeton NJ 201 232 1154

 

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L.A. Lately

February 4, 2011
A few facts about L.A.. It is surrounded by hills. Cheryl Crow is not hanging out on the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard smoking crack. Charles Sheen is not breaking bottles on Hollywood Boulevard.  And someone who might be Linsey Lohan dressed in black like a ninja. And the people of L.A. and their tourists are very socialized.  No this is a wrong first impression: Like being fooled by a film screen.
 
 But you know what, in hindsite, it’s like the bliss of a robot, with a chill I never noticed before. A socialization is there, but you know what? with the other tourists, and a few transplants. Course lots of transplants.
 
What else? It’s a little blissed out, life is a little worse than that. Again, cut, wrong first impression. It’s not blessed out, its robotic showbizness influence. Then I had the impression everyone was nicer looking and dressed, and remarked on how mild the L.A. scene seemed. And then after that, everyone looked scary, but not like funny scary, like tortured scary.  
 
And yet, some of the people I see around me, remind me of people I know well: to an almost ridiculous degree, as if my past social life left an imprint on me these newer people just fill. This by the way is a buddist understanding. Again though like other impressions afore mentioned this one soon faded too.
 
So let me focus on ascetic foundations.  W
 
So a small tiny part of the universe is listening; and it’s a part of something big; giving me the impression if I tell it something great it will tell and spread to the greater and farther universe. Of course, I have nothing to say at the moment and don’t want to bore it.
 
Spiff, it ocurrs to me I could teach it what spiff is. You know, toenails cut tight, shoelaces dangling right, super scrubbed face—but you know what, venus dominates this listening and doesn’t think spiff is funny. And that’s not true too, another false first impression, Holy Darcy, Venus would enjoy any subject improving her conditions.
 
Here’s something for you. L.A. is not proud of its media show and movies. I mean it is specifically designed to reenforce lies and actually distract rather than earnestly pursue the way things are. No really, show biz is morally ambiguous, and these people have lived it: Whereas in NYC the people are not even aware the news media enemating there with dark wave channells through the air I don’t see but know are there and seen; the people in nyc don’t get the news media is all lies, a story based on the kingdom of god not being recognized; bad negative lies and stories, at least hollywood distracts; the news is actually bad; and less apprehended by the psyche, for the shock that this is. And this is not true too, for the news media influence has a serious side that makes it more social than the fluffy distracting side of Hollywood.
 
Here’s another thing for you along that vein. Actors, and even though they lie low, there are a surprising amount of them, artists; they don’t like to talk about themselves, though compassionate and good, I think because they are trained to only speak in a scripted way; and that being themselves, that identity, detracts from potential roles and role development. See I could use actors, but it would be in like a performance art thing.
 
L.A. is truly relaxed and mellow, by a lack of free will, not as I remembered it 15 years ago; if prone to be blissed out. Fame is not worshiped, due to its morally ambiguous product. And there are people of all different shapes here. People are a little more conscious of what people look like; a definite cultural byproduct of the show biz industry.
 
L.A. is also a little like the rainbows. They have a more highly developed psychic side; probably because all these movie commands are in psychic. And I’ve heard at least two people refer to other people as robots, but not is hateful way, a factual way; which is a pretty conservative almost traditional belief. By this token they may recognize the farce of elections, and respect me for my usefulness. And I was reminded flying in over the suburbs, just how many people earth is meant for.

So the thing is is that we can’t do anything about all the lies and wrongs in society. It’s simply a very tight operation. So, like a buddist, I attempt change through learning metaphysics in meditation: towards which I impart these two pieces of knowledge. The souls of the Kingdom of Heaven, in that united form of the human race; are clear, very clear, at most silver, and yet different and discernable in their difference. Lest you wonder about what the afterlife is like, the souls are clear, maybe sparkling a little bit. And the other thing is that a basic component of life is electricity. I may have more than most, but all life has electricity. Electricity vital for the afterlife, and there are electrical fields in the universe, that seem plugged into me. There is this negative electricity in me commanding this echelon, the opposition is voiceless. And this is not true, because the silver clear parts of the mind have deep voices. It’s just to reach them you have to work through the sexual repression invoked on society.
 
I love L.A. because people are up early in the morning; whereas NYC has a wee tendency to stay up till dawn and rise in the afternoon. I went to two bars, meeting and having vivid discussion at each, one Danny’s on Venice beach, the other an expensive British bar in Santa Monica, which I walked to, on a bottle of Sangria, that I later shared with a crazy homeless person I was trying to convince to become a republican; so I only had two Newcastles at the British bar, and find L.A. very fun to talk to at a bar; as well as enabling sitting on a bench on the sidewalk and listening to Willie Nelson playing his guitar with a sound system in the street. Well, it probably wasn’t willie nelson, but it was darn tootin close. And I was the last person back in the hostel at night; and the hostel does not open for you from 4am to 8am–which you is prime time in some hostel countries. But despite its morning, LA is not coffee; I found that out drinking a cup with a shot of expresso with the morning sun glaring on; you can’t drink coffee in the sun; near glass windows. But this truth faded: the people to talk to were generally not locals, except around the basketball courts: And I would soon get up early and drink coffee round the clock at the Hollywood Hostel that facilitated such behavior. Likewise L.A. was getting more and more difficult, as locals struggle to control themselves in face of their betrayal of the earnest.
 
 A few more facts: The taxis at least around Venice beach are green. The medical marijuana dispensaries on the boardwalk, which prescribe it for insommnia, among other ailments, have diluted the form of marijuana from subversive and outlaw-like people by providing it more legally. Simply it has less of an effect; per my connoisseurship. And while there are hippies up and down the boardwalk and beach, I don’t notice any of the beer and wine, Central Park may organize about: probably because of the vulnerability to police. So I would rule to encourage drinking on the beach, and sick people getting marijuana from people getting it illegally. Marijuanna is a part of taking our country back the way our founders did. Marijuanna gets you high because you dealt with the law, and local officials abridge peaceful assembly, peaceful assembly understood of where local decisions are made. Marijuanna is about recognizing spiritual vitality; not hatred of the rich.
 
The most I can think about the hippie vendors is that they are like a farmers market. I have vended farmers markets, and never found them the social oasis as claimed, but at  most a place to sell product and hopefully meet people who would then volunteer at the farm, or buy direct. It was never more than that. I stopped doing farmers markets and switched to restaurant sales composing 95% of my sales, because farmers markets are not real enough for me. Not that all restaurants are real, but those striving for reality, do buy from me.
 

The dryness is having a reaction against my beach shirt, like a dry rainbow, and my game suffered on the courts; however by the time it game back the next evening….I mean getting the game uncorked, the complex society of the courts….then of course there’s segregation: when each color hangs out with its own. And this harmony extends into wonderful basketball games of many different colors. Yet coming from Newark, I don’t see where they get all this energy. In order to apply the generational war, one must talk to the older generation, to get answers on these tough questions, but more critically, compelling an obedience from the younger. But you know, my agriculture and prosecution makes me more mature. But for all the hippy street vendors along the boardwalk and good blacks at the basketball courts, that call to incite and create and heart song and sing, one gets at a rainbow regional, was not felt.

By Prosecution I mean this morning I sent a letter to Jon Corzine at Princeton University where he has a post saying his gaining the governorship as a senator then appointing a powerful but unpopular N.J. politician smacks of coercion, and tests the 17th amendment, as the psychology of the senator, in this maneuver can only be coerced. I have thought about it a lot. An elite, advantaged group fraternity as the senate? Could one of that hallowed and bandied order? Could they allow one to do that so as to expose a corrupt state that at the time of the 17th amendment was switching from local decisions being made in peaceful assembly, to a local system of elected officials and 3% kickbacks from all political employees to Frank Hague, 50 yr mayor of jersey city and co chairman of the democratic national committee in the 50’s.

The thing is the kingdom of god is used to provide a show in my eyes and through my mind maybe, which the dark matter of the universe enjoys. I can feel the dark ,matter all about, but the thing is, it seems to compel the city desk more, and a nightly secret slaughter, at least on paper, in cities around America; completely misrepresenting the kingdom of god as more sentient and able than it is. So the dark matter is pretty seeped in negative, maybe even attacked itself, and my life and times just the tip of the iceberg, a pleasant rarified strata of diversion and amusement and test to this dark matter I can feel pressing against me that feels what I am going through and the tests; that has explained what the situation, is understanding full well, the reality of the show and earth., earth.
 
The agriculture makes the people awkward, in ruing not having thought of it earlier. I was talking to three of my friends about this Corzine thing and how the thing to do was just ask him if it was true; as the federal prosecutors were no help, ultimately not serious because they do not deal in the reality of the kingdom of god, as minds do; being weighted against as power often is; Look at Christianity. But, I complained to my friends in Jersey, I can’t get his number, I can’t reach him.” “What are you going to do?” They said, “Pay my friend Frank to stake out his house then ask the question when he leaves the house in the morning to work” “No, just find his email address and email him.” Which I did, and I emailed him a third draft, neglecting only to say I am sure the higher echelons of the N.J. Ethics Commission is aware of is aware of this interest, yet beholden to it.
 
 
 
 
 
While I don’t anticipate a response, at least I played through, chasing fame, out of the shadows.
 
 
 
 
 
 
The basketball I have been playing in Newark, was frankly, all ages basketball, with nine year olds covering nine year olds, people in their fifties discovering basketball late in life, and the 15 yr olds and 17 yr olds taking sides and not liking each other, instead of getting along. Basketball is not the game itself on the courts, but ultimately the promotion of life in the park in general. Their were more important issues.
 
At the courts at Venice Beach, everyone has a left, even mine came to life and started throwing in shots, when I finally won a game against a real basketball player. Up to then, for the numerous games I played, I was always on the losing side, in that to me, who believe in the MFP award, most fun player to play with, I usually am known for being on the winning side, even if not known for the scoring and rebounding my teammates expect from me; there is always the opportunity for passing and defending in this game, and if you can do those two relatively simple things well, people that play basketball like you. Playing good defense is like mastering a difficult life. After the games of yesterday I shot over a hundred jumpers, so when I came back after a jog on the beach from Santa Monica to Venice Beach, my shots started falling in. However, if you want to play, you got to hang out there a while.  What they really need is a clipboard with paper you write your name on, so there is a constant growing list of people to replace the losing teams on the court. Blacks really can have a good if not proficient sense of basketball in that they run the court well, get along, and have some ideas; but it comes from their dominance of much televised basketball, not from a greater ability. Whites have to run with them and enjoy their kindness; whereas regarding all the news reports of tragedy in minority neighborhoods, whites must lead. As the sun was setting, me and an underemployed actor from N.J. finished a one on one and practiced alley oops, and had cogent discussion of life, spiritual understandings, what movies should really address, what the people really relate to and are going through. There is a slight acknowledgement of my authority across the board in L.A..
 
 
But what was disconcerting and depressing, was that I could not find a dive bar, a low priced place, or any place, to meet the people and come down from my hike: And from the hills to west Hollywood looked from the hills much closer than it was. I thought I would enjoy just walking around L.A. more; but I’d also forgotten my sweater; but most so disconcerting was the lack of emphasis on production and trade that make low priced bars convivial. At least the news media in nyc seems to have some emphasis on production, though that be pasted as a point of society; and the sustainability that may be generated by discussing the economy in peaceful assembly forgotten; theirs is a nod to the lower class in NYC though it can be terribly expensive, there is a recognition of the vitality of producing and doing what is essential and actual; This all seems lost here in L.A..
 
My apprehensions of L.A. as a place of health, production of show biz and its social correlaries and residues, is slipping because show biz, which looks worse and worse in L.A., the product, so out of touch with the times, so not grim, or relating to the three dimensional person; I look at TV or movie ads and they just seem like fluff aimed in general direction. I had finer feelings at numerous east coast states like Maine and Virginia and New York, but there I was in the country working organic agriculture; or in Newark, aiding in the nursing of my poor mother.
 
But a few more facts about L.A.: For instance, the cabs are green, white, differently colored according to their company. The people do not cross the street by and large unless the walk sign is on. The cars though will and do try to make the yellow lights. The Venice beach area is the best. Lindsey Lohan lives right up the street. So that says something.
 
The women of L.A. though, though attractive, are really a bit the kind that has had relationships, not friendships, frankly, physically mature, but psychologically oppressed and less experienced, because relationships, can keep you from experiencing life, so powerful the bond of a relationship to turn on you and keep you from that experience, suspiciously. So these beautiful women are around, but they don’t incite, they are not as fun as the milieu I’ve found carved; they are pretty objectified and seem destined to be picked up, yet again, and it’s not doing much for them, as far as I can see. But it’s hard to be a women in this modern called world.
 
My dreams of being a star with fancy footwork hiking from the hills through the valley in the direction of Hollywood like bing Crosby and fred Astaire, were dashed by the long lines in front of night clubs, and upscale places everywhere:
 
There are two islands you can see to the southwest of L.A. if the smog unimpairs you. From the hills of Topanga State Forest, the smog settling over LA turned purple in the late afternoon.
 
There is also a black chopper or two often flying overhead. It flew over me a few times running on the beach, and from inspiration point beyond Will Rogers State Park, I could see it flitting over L.A. so much faster than ground travel.
 
This hostel, and the mountains, are the funnest place in L.A. I have been to, and the beach scene has potential. I am moving to a Hollywood Hostel tonight, but am seeing the fallen dreams with golden tears mocked by the inky black over the pacific, and not the footworking star freedom I seek.
 
 
 L.A. is not a mecca, if I am using the term meaning a place where divinity origins, in that it produces a morally ambiguous product that has no street cred, little respect from religious service and most glaringly has little relevance to the people on the street: it is not known as a worthy product. Only in Hollywood’s own mind is a mecca: otherwise the people here are claimed by the dark side, and it is no mecca to worship art: for art is a dark secret back here.
 
Never the less, Hope springs Eternal, I am earth no less, and earth is still here with this morning sun, so why the gloom of yesterdays tears and sweat, when so easily washed off with a warm shower? It’s not my fault no one notices my genius and the apparatus is used for truth. The airwaves and what is attached to me, zoom all over earth anyway.
 
L.A.’s cruel night: That’s not a problem. The road to success is paved with cruel nights. By the second night of cruelty, the seasoned veteran is so used to it; that it only looks cruel, and seems to be cruel to the viewer; but in reality it’s just an act. I want the cruel night at this point; I seek to cheer it up, psyche it out, and desire its alleged cruelty. What would success in show biz be otherwise? Of course this might be why I’ve spent at least two of my five nights sleeping in.
 
But I mean, actors play tough guys on TV. What does that say about where the profession resides? It’s like a cardboard feel, a two dimension-creating effect: with every guy acting tough in a movie ad. (Athletes excepted). And what about all the people not in the nobility of showbiz? What about them? I am forever haunted by their faces on the city buses. Eyes, almost like manhattanites on subways, averted, with dark furrows of glare or strident worry, courage in the face of gloom they keep hidden, not wanting to burden the pantheon of NYC or L.A., even unaware the pantheon of media doesn’t take the subway or bus; as if the fact that psychically, these evil and foolish nobles look over the bus.
 
These are the intimidated people born here, perhaps doomed to the service industry, that struggle to provide local character, when the glamour of movies add up all about.  Or, they are used for game shows. These are the people whose hands aren’t big enough to get a grip on all the phoniness enemating; that worry and wonder why it doesn’t subside, how can it all exist? And while I may explain it is for the universe, the universe may like our movies, it’s a price we pay; I am just a drop in the bucket of Hollywood.
 
Until by successfully showing the Kingdom of God, everyone plays a zombie, and my Zombie Army takes over: That actually has been the plan for several days: Ever since I conceived it on the backbone path behind Will Rogers State Park. Everyone loves to play a zombie. It would be like thriller, or a good zombie movie, well, it would be better than a movie.
 
Hope springs eternal, when I feel needed. By which I mean I say to myself, my god, these movies are horrible, they need me. But do they? And how much of me?
 
Let’s take the basketball courts for instance. Where I have taken basketball of late as a chance to either befriend or teach; the courts of venice beach have the most incredible array of white basketball players I’ve ever seen assembled; Like Xerxes army, a division of it; looming over the agean, creating their own weather. For instance, the hippy basketball player, the one player with long hair, really was the best player: even though his man didn’t play defense on him. I should have stepped up and actually did draw two charging fouls on him by positioning my shoulder and head to his knee, but they are not used to charging fouls and felt awkward to call.
 
But all of them were eternal timeless types of basketball players. And there was one corner of the 8 rims dominated by the blacks from Compton up the street, and they evoked a police department.
 
And yet there was a problem. See, my late claim to basketball fame is that I run with the blacks at the Y, though I have not done this in years, it has left an indelible imprint about the proforma of the game. That it is played by gentlemen and it is supposed to be five on five full court, it’s called “running the court”. And you sit with guys on the side and play the winning team and it is all organized fairly. They may be snobs, but they have their honor. It even goes further than this, the credo I discovered: Games are supposed to be close, ideally shifting back and forth, and the better team is to win: and “better team” is defined the team where the teammates get along better and know each other. Defense is the equivalent of a hard life. Everyone sort of works on the same thing. There is no need to call fouls because men don’t foul and it is difficult to tell who the ball touched last before it went out of bounds.
 
People don’t own the ball, but temporarily have it in their possession, and sometimes bring it close enough to you that you may touch it. There are never fights or arguments except about who touched the ball last. People have different shapes and sizes. It’s really simple, you establish a full court game or two, and just keep rotating new teams in to play the winner of the past game.
 
Now, do they need me to do that? No. And why isn’t this established by now? I’ll tell you why there is a silly problem with the white-controlled game. Because there are fights in hockey. You see, there should be no fights in hockey, and yet there are. Until we can make an entire NHL season go without fights, their violence is going to ripple into basketball, insofar as we are responsible observers and athletes in our own right.
 
This means the same effort that goes into CODE PINK, and authentic anti-war movements needs to focus on the hockey season and each game to ensure there are no fights. Pressure needs to be put on the commissioner to charge fighters with assault and be put in jail for two nights; that’ll make them think about what they’ve done.
 
OK, so why does Hockey need basketball or an anti-war movement to end its problem of fighting? Because there are claims of violence reported in our papers in cities and states across America. And if everyone is the kingdom of god, no one has the volition or ability to be violent, and thus these events are claimed, and slander upon the human race as the kingdom of god. In other words the same vigilance I demand upon the hockey professors, has to and must be applied to a care about our particular minority neighborhoods, where the false claim makes its most mark. We need to establish the kingdom of god, as an applicable truth, that is at odds with the depiction through the papers, and vigilantly assert to the city desk, and vigilantly maintain neighborhoods to an aware degree of the people as to the truth and try to go a season without one murder, be it in L.A. or Newark. If we all got about focusing on that; we wouldn’t have this lack of ease in white basketball. You can’t play basketball without thinking of those fights in Hockey and what they symbolize.

Likewise the police policed Venice beach in not a good way. I don’t want to get into it; but their prescence was oppressive as opposed to reassuring and being apart of the community. Instead of showing a awareness to the diverse and nefarious elements and chemistry to society; they chalked it all up as one venice beach and didn’t care. From now on, if I see one and can get close, I am going to ask it a question; for which I will have a carefully phrased subtle and professional question for them which I will read like a script.
 
Well I am now going to get on the touchy subject of the L.A. women. What does Jim mean with the phrase, “L.A. women gonna have to do.” ?
 
The girls here are not as good. They all looked so caught by so many relationships and one night stands, that they are tight as all hell; and often in places they are not socially good enough to be. It’s that simple. Oh, it’s beguiling because they are all beautiful and look good; but as you tear off that veil, it becomes apparent: L.A. will never be good while the girls are in this condition.
 
And the guys are in this half state: you can’t tell if they are married or single: I mean like they look married, but act single: as if when asked they’d respond, “I might be, “ or, “I could be”. And the girls too, they walk alone down the street, and unlike girls in any part of the country, they make me ask myself, “Is that girl single?” Because it is so perplexing and tantalizing in that you can’t tell that on someone just by looking, right?
 
And frankly, the high couple ratio, whereas, for instance, the couples I chance upon in Asheville N.C. they all look like they’ve been coupled a while. The couples in L.A. look like they just met last night. All of them. I’m like whoa, what they heck is going on. And L.A. is very good at this. While their sociality is a residual effect of show biz: these girls seem the product of a club scene: which I hear, is designed for that sort of thing. And hence this is what you get.
 
But let me tell you, four nights, in a different place, just to see society, is a vacation. But I moved to Hollywood, and am glad I did. Closer to the big dark secret of art. Closer to what people are not going through. And it bespeaks the question: Is it possible to extort the famous through the manipulation of them to lie to thousands of people. Is it a liable profession? Do I have a right as a citizen of this country, to be free from the lies about the kingdom of god in the news media: and the irrelevant waste of energy Hollywood puts out? Do we have a right? And the answer is yes, honey, there are rights, we just have to do what it takes to retain them. And the answer is we have a right to a free press. A press that lies, especially so much, is not a free press. Thus a basic law is violated. Don’t not believe in the Constitution, not believe in the people. I mean we are better than the people in power. The people in power are weighted down and controlled more than us. So we have to rise up and take responsibility for our society, and locally discuss our issues in peaceful assemblies.
 
Then of course, there is this superhero going around with a “be” on his shirt, trying to create a zombie army to march on and take over L.A..
 
Taking the bus and getting around is not as difficult as the background extras make it out to be. I am ready to hire an actor for ten dollars an hr for two hours. The first rehearsing the part of my sidekick “stop”, and the second demonstrating and delivering the socio-political performace art and action only well paid and well staged actors can provide to a political and spiritual movement. In short, if I had enough actors, if every underemployed actor reached out to me, and I borrowed enough money, I bet I could do it. And while people may get paid for this sort of advice, TV art needs to be more regional. There is no need for people from georgia to be watching the same shows Tuesday night as the people from sacramento. That’s just ridiculous, and there are too many unemployed actors.
I rented a bike and biked around Venice and that was great, truly wonderful, as was the hike the day before.

I’m the sort of person who believes if you America to come out into the streets like Egypt you got to put a keg on each block. Or one town has to invite over another town and have food and drinks on its porches. That’s the kind of stuff power organizes.

I believe there are two sides, the black side and the hispannic side, and both sides care deeply about what goes through the city desk:

The smog is caused by the reliance on cars in a valley surrounded by an ocean and mountains. Hollywood is more refined and upperclass than Venice beach; the girls are a few increments better as well. In a way though, while when I travel, there seems to be hiking and walking and parks and cathedrals and drinking with the locals; L.A. has a legitamate studious edge that makes quiet nights and reading and writing, working on art, appropiate. The good intelligent conversation is starkly contrasted against the club pick up background.

Instead of being in a hostel near the beach and hippies with a second fl patio everyone of all ages smoked on, and a common room and kitchen available except from 4am to 8am; we are in two rooms and a bath room suites of 4 not 8 bunk beds, and their own kitchen with a tv, and two or three common areas, neither of which are completely enclosed, with palm trees about, and greater activities such as barbeques and free cheap beer, and a do and recommended activities and tours and cheaper with a more realistic staff.
 
 You see there is a unity of the human race, and that has to involve me, and you, especially as there is such a show of civilization, and it seems around me, and through you, and therefore occupies so much energy and act that it may be logical for the human race to be centered about the viewer; much the way the human race must be united by earth itself. And sometimes when I think, and the gears and mechanisms of my mind move and shift as my blood willed by thought pushes into the obstacles of ignorance, God, I imagine a mind filling up the space and sky and these minute muscles of the mind actually blown up a thousand times and somewhere actually far away.Then of course, there is no absence really, I mean there is an abscnce of my perception, that space my thought fulls, while not ideal, is something I try to focus on, but the absence of help, does not really exist; For there is what is all around and that what is is there and has grown into the whole system of earth and mind in dark matter. And this is not absence but prescence because preseence is all there is, absence can not communicate.

But regarding the production of Hollywood and the stagnation of diffusion of show biz throughout the country; obviously I am trying to send the message: Make it better Hollywood, raise the game a bit. And because there really seems one general current to Hollywood and really not the many producers we’d seen, my plea might be considered, even more so as I contemplate that one current: for once one realizes there are alterations to the natural mind in sync with an older mind, and minds that predate humans, one realizes the metaphysical media to arts and entertainment.

Because many several years ago I had black friends in show biz, and participated in the making of Basquiet, I feel an alliance with classy minorities in show biz; oddly reminiscent of ancient history books citing alliances between north Africans and Romans, or Carthaginians and Gauls. I hope the next time I go to L.A. I am working on better art with smart people.

                    THE END

PS, Left for Phoenix after 4 nights in venice beach hostel than two nights at a higher class and cheaper place in Hollywood itself. Then a night on a greyhound bus to Phoenix. That area is great people, genuinely happy women, polite men, a little southern nuttiness. And I got to see Sedona where I wish to retune to and spend 3 days hiking.

I love L.A. because people are up early in the morning; whereas NYC has a wee tendency to stay up till dawn and rise in the afternoon. I went to two bars, meeting and having vivid discussion at each, one Danny’s on venice beach, the other an expensive british bar in Santa Monica, which I walked to, on a bottle of Sangria, that I later shared with a crazy homeless person I was trying to convince to become a republican; so I only had two newcastles at the british bar, and find L.A. very fun to talk to at a bar; as well as enabling sitting on a bench on the sidewalk and listening to Willie Nelson playing his guitar with a sound system in the street. Well, it probably wasn’t willie nelson, but it was darn tootin close. And I was the last person back in the hostel at night; and the hostel does not open for you from 4am to 8am–which you is prime time in some hostel countries. But despite its morning, LA is not coffee; I found that out drinking a cup with a shot of expresso with the morning sun glaring on; you can’t drink coffee in the sun; near glass windows.

 

 
 
 
The dryness is having a reaction against my beach shirt, like a dry rainbow, and my game suffered on the courts; however by the time it came back the next evening….I mean getting the game uncorked, the complex society of the courts….then of course there’s segregation: when each color hangs out with its own. And this harmony extends into wonderful basketball games of many different colors. Yet coming from Newark, I don’t see where they get all this energy. In order to apply the generational war, one must talk to the older generation, to get answers on these tough questions, but more critically, compelling an obedience from the younger. But you know, my agriculture and prosecution makes me more mature.
By Prosecution I mean this morning I sent a letter to Jon Corzine at Princeton University where he has a post saying his gaining the governorship as a senator then appointing a powerful but unpopular N.J. politician smacks of coercion, and tests the 17th amendment, as the psychology of the senator, in this maneuver can only be coerced. I have thought about it a lot. An elite, vantaged group fraternity as the senate? Could one of that hallowed and bandied order? Could they allow one to do that so as to expose a corrupt state that at the time of the 17th amendment was switching from local decisions being made in peaceful assembly, to a local system of elected officials and 3% kickbacks from all political employees to Frank Hague, 50 yr mayor of jersey city and co chairman of the demo  
 
 

The basketball I have been playing in Newark, was frankly, all ages basketball, with nine year olds covering nine year olds, people in their fifties discovering basketball late in life, and the 15 yr olds and 17 yr olds taking sides and not liking each other, instead of getting along. Basketball is not the game itself on the courts, but ultimately the promotion of life in the park in general. Their were more important issues.
 
At the courts at Venice Beach, everyone has a left, even mine came to life and started throwing in shots, when I finally won a game against a real basketball player. Up to then, for the numerous games I played, I was always on the losing side, in that to me, who believe in the MFP award, most fun player to play with, I usually am known for being on the winning side, even if not known for the scoring and rebounding my teammates expect from me; there is always the opportunity for passing and defending in this game, and if you can do those two relatively simple things well, people that play basketball like you. Playing good defense is like mastering a difficult life. After the games of yesterday I shot over a hundred jumpers, so when I came back after a jog on the beach from Santa Monica to Venice Beach, my shots started falling in. However, if you want to play, you got to hang out there a while.  What they really need is a clipboard with paper you write your name on, so there is a constant growing list of people to replace the losing teams on the court. Blacks really can have a good if not proficient sense of basketball in that they run the court well, get along, and have some ideas; but it comes from their dominance of much televised basketball, not from a greater ability. Whites have to run with them and enjoy their kindness; whereas regarding all the news reports of tragedy in minority neighborhoods, whites must lead. As the sun was setting, me and an underemployed actor from N.J. finished a one on one and practiced alley oops, and had cogent discussion of life, spiritual understandings, what movies should really address, what the people really relate to and are going through. There is a slight acknowledgement of my authority across the board in L.A..
 
 
But what was disconcerting and depressing, was that I could not find a dive bar, a low priced place, or any place, to meet the people and come down from my hike: And from the hills to west Hollywood looked from the hills much closer than it was. I thought I would enjoy just walking around L.A. more; but I’d also forgotten my sweater; but most so disconcerting was the lack of emphasis on production and trade that make low priced bars convivial. At least the news media in nyc seems to have some emphasis on production, though that be pasted as a point of society; and the sustainability that may be generated by discussing the economy in peaceful assembly forgotten; theirs is a nod to the lower class in NYC though it can be terribly expensive, there is a recognition of the vitality of producing and doing what is essential and actual; This all seems lost here in L.A..
 
My apprehensions of L.A. as a place of health, production of show biz and its social correlaries and residues, is slipping because show biz, which looks worse and worse in L.A., the product, so out of touch with the times, so not grim, or relating to the three dimensional person; I look at TV or movie ads and they just seem like fluff aimed in general direction. I had finer feelings at numerous east coast states like Maine and Virginia and New York, but there I was in the country working organic agriculture; or in Newark, aiding in the nursing of my poor mother.
 
But a few more facts about L.A.: For instance, the cabs are green, white, differently colored according to their company. The people do not cross the street by and large unless the walk sign is on. The cars though will and do try to make the yellow lights. The Venice beach area is the best. Lindsey Lohan lives right up the street. So that says something.
 
The women of L.A. though, though attractive, are really a bit the kind that has had relationships, not friendships, frankly, physically mature, but psychologically oppressed and less experienced, because relationships, can keep you from experiencing life, so powerful the bond of a relationship to turn on you and keep you from that experience, suspiciously. So these beautiful women are around, but they don’t incite, they are not as fun as the milieu I’ve found carved; they are pretty objectified and seem destined to be picked up, yet again, and it’s not doing much for them, as far as I can see. But it’s hard to be a women in this modern called world.
 
My dreams of being a star with fancy footwork hiking from the hills through the valley in the direction of Hollywood like bing Crosby and fred Astaire, were dashed by the long lines in front of night clubs, and upscale places everywhere:
 
There are two islands you can see to the southwest of L.A. if the smog unimpairs you. From the hills of Topanga State Forest, the smog settling over LA turned purple in the late afternoon.
 
There is also a black chopper or two often flying overhead. It flew over me a few times running on the beach, and from inspiration point beyond Will Rogers State Park, I could see it flitting over L.A. so much faster than ground travel.
 
This hostel, and the mountains, are the funnest place in L.A. I have been to, and the beach scene has potential. I am moving to a Hollywood Hostel tonight, but am seeing the fallen dreams with golden tears mocked by the inky black over the pacific, and not the footworking star freedom I seek.
 
 
 L.A. is not a mecca, if I am using the term meaning a place where divinity origins, in that it produces a morally ambiguous product that has no street cred, little respect from religious service and most glaringly has little relevance to the people on the street: it is not known as a worthy product. Only in Hollywood’s own mind is a mecca: otherwise the people here are claimed by the dark side, and it is no mecca to worship art: for art is a dark secret back here.
 
Never the less, Hope springs Eternal, I am earth no less, and earth is still here with this morning sun, so why the gloom of yesterdays tears and sweat, when so easily washed off with a warm shower? It’s not my fault no one notices my genius and the apparatus is used for truth. The airwaves and what is attached to me, zoom all over earth anyway.
 
L.A.’s cruel night: That’s not a problem. The road to success is paved with cruel nights. By the second night of cruelty, the seasoned veteran is so used to it; that it only looks cruel, and seems to be cruel to the viewer; but in reality it’s just an act. I want the cruel night at this point; I seek to cheer it up, psyche it out, and desire its alleged cruelty. What would success in show biz be otherwise? Of course this might be why I’ve spent at least two of my five nights sleeping in.
 
But I mean, actors play tough guys on TV. What does that say about where the profession resides? It’s like a cardboard feel, a two dimension-creating effect: with every guy acting tough in a movie ad. (Athletes excepted). And what about all the people not in the nobility of showbiz? What about them? I am forever haunted by their faces on the city buses. Eyes, almost like manhattanites on subways, averted, with dark furrows of glare or strident worry, courage in the face of gloom they keep hidden, not wanting to burden the pantheon of NYC or L.A., even unaware the pantheon of media doesn’t take the subway or bus; as if the fact that psychically, these evil and foolish nobles look over the bus.
 
These are the intimidated people born here, perhaps doomed to the service industry, that struggle to provide local character, when the glamour of movies add up all about.  Or, they are used for game shows. These are the people whose hands aren’t big enough to get a grip on all the phoniness enemating; that worry and wonder why it doesn’t subside, how can it all exist? And while I may explain it is for the universe, the universe may like our movies, it’s a price we pay; I am just a drop in the bucket of Hollywood.
 
Until by successfully showing the Kingdom of God, everyone plays a zombie, and my Zombie Army takes over: That actually has been the plan for several days: Ever since I conceived it on the backbone path behind Will Rogers State Park. Everyone loves to play a zombie. It would be like thriller, or a good zombie movie, well, it would be better than a movie.
 
Hope springs eternal, when I feel needed. By which I mean I say to myself, my god, these movies are horrible, they need me. But do they? And how much of me?
 
Let’s take the basketball courts for instance. Where I have taken basketball of late as a chance to either befriend or teach; the courts of venice beach have the most incredible array of white basketball players I’ve ever seen assembled; Like Xerxes army, a division of it; looming over the agean, creating their own weather. For instance, the hippy basketball player, the one player with long hair, really was the best player: even though his man didn’t play defense on him. I should have stepped up and actually did draw two charging fouls on him by positioning my shoulder and head to his knee, but they are not used to charging fouls and felt awkward to call.
 
But all of them were eternal timeless types of basketball players. And there was one corner of the 8 rims dominated by the blacks from Compton up the street, and they evoked a police department.
 
And yet there was a problem. See, my late claim to basketball fame is that I run with the blacks at the Y, though I have not done this in years, it has left an indelible imprint about the proforma of the game. That it is played by gentlemen and it is supposed to be five on five full court, it’s called “running the court”. And you sit with guys on the side and play the winning team and it is all organized fairly. They may be snobs, but they have their honor. It even goes further than this, the credo I discovered: Games are supposed to be close, ideally shifting back and forth, and the better team is to win: and “better team” is defined the team where the teammates get along better and know each other. Defense is the equivalent of a hard life. Everyone sort of works on the same thing. There is no need to call fouls because men don’t foul and it is difficult to tell who the ball touched last before it went out of bounds.
 
People don’t own the ball, but temporarily have it in their possession, and sometimes bring it close enough to you that you may touch it. There are never fights or arguments except about who touched the ball last. People have different shapes and sizes. It’s really simple, you establish a full court game or two, and just keep rotating new teams in to play the winner of the past game.
 
Now, do they need me to do that? No. And why isn’t this established by now? I’ll tell you why there is a silly problem with the white-controlled game. Because there are fights in hockey. You see, there should be no fights in hockey, and yet there are. Until we can make an entire NHL season go without fights, their violence is going to ripple into basketball, insofar as we are responsible observers and athletes in our own right.
 
This means the same effort that goes into CODE PINK, and authentic anti-war movements needs to focus on the hockey season and each game to ensure there are no fights. Pressure needs to be put on the commissioner to charge fighters with assault and be put in jail for two nights; that’ll make them think about what they’ve done.
 
OK, so why does Hockey need basketball or an anti-war movement to end its problem of fighting? Because there are claims of violence reported in our papers in cities and states across America. And if everyone is the kingdom of god, no one has the volition or ability to be violent, and thus these events are claimed, and slander upon the human race as the kingdom of god. In other words the same vigilance I demand upon the hockey professors, has to and must be applied to a care about our particular minority neighborhoods, where the false claim makes its most mark. We need to establish the kingdom of god, as an applicable truth, that is at odds with the depiction through the papers, and vigilantly assert to the city desk, and vigilantly maintain neighborhoods to an aware degree of the people as to the truth and try to go a season without one murder, be it in L.A. or Newark. If we all got about focusing on that; we wouldn’t have this lack of ease in white basketball. You can’t play basketball without thinking of those fights in Hockey and what they symbolize.

Likewise the police policed Venice beach in not a good way. I don’t want to get into it; but their prescence was oppressive as opposed to reassuring and being apart of the community. Instead of showing a awareness to the diverse and nefarious elements and chemistry to society; they chalked it all up as one venice beach and didn’t care. From now on, if I see one and can get close, I am going to ask it a question; for which I will have a carefully phrased subtle and professional question for them which I will read like a script.
 
Well I am now going to get on the touchy subject of the L.A. women. What does Jim mean with the phrase, “L.A. women gonna have to do.” ?
 
The girls here are not as good. They all looked so caught by so many relationships and one night stands, that they are tight as all hell; and often in places they are not socially good enough to be. It’s that simple. Oh, it’s beguiling because they are all beautiful and look good; but as you tear off that veil, it becomes apparent: L.A. will never be good while the girls are in this condition.
And the guys are in this half state: you can’t tell if they are married or single: I mean like they look married, but act single: as if when asked they’d respond, “I might be, “ or, “I could be”. And the girls too, they walk alone down the street, and unlike girls in any part of the country, they make me ask myself, “Is that girl single?” Because it is so perplexing and tantalizing in that you can’t tell that on someone just by looking, right?
And frankly, the high couple ratio, whereas, for instance, the couples I chance upon in Asheville N.C. they all look like they’ve been coupled a while. The couples in L.A. look like they just met last night. All of them. I’m like whoa, what they heck is going on. And L.A. is very good at this. While their sociality is a residual effect of show biz: these girls seem the product of a club scene: which I hear, is designed for that sort of thing. And hence this is what you get.
But let me tell you, four nights, in a different place, just to see society, is a vacation. But I moved to Hollywood, and am glad I did. Closer to the big dark secret of art. Closer to what people are not going through. And it bespeaks the question: Is it possible to extort the famous through the manipulation of them to lie to thousands of people. Is it a liable profession? Do I have a right as a citizen of this country, to be free from the lies about the kingdom of god in the news media: and the irrelevant waste of energy Hollywood puts out? Do we have a right? And the answer is yes, honey, there are rights, we just have to do what it takes to retain them. And the answer is we have a right to a free press. A press that lies, especially so much, is not a free press. Thus a basic law is violated. Don’t not believe in the Constitution, not believe in the people. I mean we are better than the people in power. The people in power are weighted down and controlled more than us. So we have to rise up and take responsibility for our society, and locally discuss our issues in peaceful assemblies.
Then of course, there is this superhero going around with a “be” on his shirt, trying to create a zombie army to march on and take over L.A..
Taking the bus and getting around is not as difficult as the background extras make it out to be. I am ready to hire an actor for ten dollars an hr for two hours. The first rehearsing the part of my sidekick “stop”, and the second demonstrating and delivering the socio-political performace art and action only well paid and well staged actors can provide to a political and spiritual movement. In short, if I had enough actors, if every underemployed actor reached out to me, and I borrowed enough money, I bet I could do it. And while people may get paid for this sort of advice, TV art needs to be more regional. There is no need for people from georgia to be watching the same shows Tuesday night as the people from sacramento. That’s just ridiculous, and there are too many unemployed actors.
I rented a bike and biked around Venice and that was great, truly wonderful, as was the hike the day before.

I’m the sort of person who believes if you America to come out into the streets like Egypt you got to put a keg on each block. Or one town has to invite over another town and have food and drinks on its porches. That’s the kind of stuff power organizes.

I believe there are two sides, the black side and the hispannic side, and both sides care deeply about what goes through the city desk:

The smog is caused by the reliance on cars in a valley surrounded by an ocean and mountains. Hollywood is more refined and upperclass than Venice beach; the girls are a few increments better as well. In a way though, while when I travel, there seems to be hiking and walking and parks and cathedrals and drinking with the locals; L.A. has a legitamate studious edge that makes quiet nights and reading and writing, working on art, appropiate. The good intelligent conversation is starkly contrasted against the club pick up background.

Instead of being in a hostel near the beach and hippies with a second fl patio everyone of all ages smoked on, and a common room and kitchen available except from 4am to 8am; we are in two rooms and a bath room suites of 4 not 8 bunk beds, and their own kitchen with a tv, and two or three common areas, neither of which are completely enclosed, with palm trees about, and greater activities such as barbeques and free cheap beer, and a do and recommended activities and tours and cheaper with a more realistic staff.
 
 You see there is a unity of the human race, and that has to involve me, and you, especially as there is such a show of civilization, and it seems around me, and through you, and therefore occupies so much energy and act that it may be logical for the human race to be centered about the viewer; much the way the human race must be united by earth itself. And sometimes when I think, and the gears and mechanisms of my mind move and shift as my blood willed by thought pushes into the obstacles of ignorance, God, I imagine a mind filling up the space and sky and these minute muscles of the mind actually blown up a thousand times and somewhere actually far away.Then of course, there is no absence really, I mean there is an abscnce of my perception, that space my thought fulls, while not ideal, is something I try to focus on, but the absence of help, does not really exist; For there is what is all around and that what is is there and has grown into the whole system of earth and mind in dark matter. And this is not absence but prescence because preseence is all there is, absence can not communicate.

But regarding the production of Hollywood and the stagnation of diffusion of show biz throughout the country; obviously I am trying to send the message: Make it better Hollywood, raise the game a bit. And because there really seems one general current to Hollywood and really not the many producers we’d seen, my plea might be considered, even more so as I contemplate that one current: for once one realizes there are alterations to the natural mind in sync with an older mind, and minds that predate humans, one realizes the metaphysical media to arts and entertainment.

Because many several years ago I had black friends in show biz, and participated in the making of Basquiet, I feel an alliance with classy minorities in show biz; oddly reminiscent of ancient history books citing alliances between north Africans and Romans, or Carthaginians and Gauls. I hope the next time I go to L.A. I am working on better art with smart people.

                    THE END

PS, Left for Phoenix after 4 nights in venice beach hostel than two nights at a higher class and cheaper place in Hollywood itself. Then a night on a greyhound bus to Phoenix. That area is great people, genuinely happy women, polite men, a little southern nuttiness. And I got to see Sedona where I wish to retune to and spend 3 days hiking.

I love L.A. because people are up early in the morning; whereas NYC has a wee tendency to stay up till dawn and rise in the afternoon. I went to two bars, meeting and having vivid discussion at each, one Danny’s on venice beach, the other an expensive british bar in Santa Monica, which I walked to, on a bottle of Sangria, that I later shared with a crazy homeless person I was trying to convince to become a republican; so I only had two newcastles at the british bar, and find L.A. very fun to talk to at a bar; as well as enabling sitting on a bench on the sidewalk and listening to Willie Nelson playing his guitar with a sound system in the street. Well, it probably wasn’t willie nelson, but it was darn tootin close. And I was the last person back in the hostel at night; and the hostel does not open for you from 4am to 8am–which you is prime time in some hostel countries. But despite its morning, LA is not coffee; I found that out drinking a cup with a shot of expresso with the morning sun glaring on; you can’t drink coffee in the sun; near glass windows.

 

 
 
 
The dryness is having a reaction against my beach shirt, like a dry rainbow, and my game suffered on the courts; however by the time it came back the next evening….I mean getting the game uncorked, the complex society of the courts….then of course there’s segregation: when each color hangs out with its own. And this harmony extends into wonderful basketball games of many different colors. Yet coming from Newark, I don’t see where they get all this energy. In order to apply the generational war, one must talk to the older generation, to get answers on these tough questions, but more critically, compelling an obedience from the younger. But you know, my agriculture and prosecution makes me more mature.
By Prosecution I mean this morning I sent a letter to Jon Corzine at Princeton University where he has a post saying his gaining the governorship as a senator then appointing a powerful but unpopular N.J. politician smacks of coercion, and tests the 17th amendment, as the psychology of the senator, in this maneuver can only be coerced. I have thought about it a lot. An elite, vantaged group fraternity as the senate? Could one of that hallowed and bandied order? Could they allow one to do that so as to expose a corrupt state that at the time of the 17th amendment was switching from local decisions being made in peaceful assembly, to a local system of elected officials and 3% kickbacks from all political employees to Frank Hague, 50 yr mayor of jersey city and co chairman of the demo  

 

 
 

While I don’t anticipate a response, at least I played through, chasing fame, out of the shadows.
 
 
 
 
 
 
The basketball I have been playing in Newark, was frankly, all ages basketball, with nine year olds covering nine year olds, people in their fifties discovering basketball late in life, and the 15 yr olds and 17 yr olds taking sides and not liking each other, instead of getting along. Basketball is not the game itself on the courts, but ultimately the promotion of life in the park in general. Their were more important issues.
 
At the courts at Venice Beach, everyone has a left, even mine came to life and started throwing in shots, when I finally won a game against a real basketball player. Up to then, for the numerous games I played, I was always on the losing side, in that to me, who believe in the MFP award, most fun player to play with, I usually am known for being on the winning side, even if not known for the scoring and rebounding my teammates expect from me; there is always the opportunity for passing and defending in this game, and if you can do those two relatively simple things well, people that play basketball like you. Playing good defense is like mastering a difficult life. After the games of yesterday I shot over a hundred jumpers, so when I came back after a jog on the beach from Santa Monica to Venice Beach, my shots started falling in. However, if you want to play, you got to hang out there a while.  What they really need is a clipboard with paper you write your name on, so there is a constant growing list of people to replace the losing teams on the court. Blacks really can have a good if not proficient sense of basketball in that they run the court well, get along, and have some ideas; but it comes from their dominance of much televised basketball, not from a greater ability. Whites have to run with them and enjoy their kindness; whereas regarding all the news reports of tragedy in minority neighborhoods, whites must lead. As the sun was setting, me and an underemployed actor from N.J. finished a one on one and practiced alley oops, and had cogent discussion of life, spiritual understandings, what movies should really address, what the people really relate to and are going through. There is a slight acknowledgement of my authority across the board in L.A..
 
 
But what was disconcerting and depressing, was that I could not find a dive bar, a low priced place, or any place, to meet the people and come down from my hike: And from the hills to west Hollywood looked from the hills much closer than it was. I thought I would enjoy just walking around L.A. more; but I’d also forgotten my sweater; but most so disconcerting was the lack of emphasis on production and trade that make low priced bars convivial. At least the news media in nyc seems to have some emphasis on production, though that be pasted as a point of society; and the sustainability that may be generated by discussing the economy in peaceful assembly forgotten; theirs is a nod to the lower class in NYC though it can be terribly expensive, there is a recognition of the vitality of producing and doing what is essential and actual; This all seems lost here in L.A..
 
My apprehensions of L.A. as a place of health, production of show biz and its social correlaries and residues, is slipping because show biz, which looks worse and worse in L.A., the product, so out of touch with the times, so not grim, or relating to the three dimensional person; I look at TV or movie ads and they just seem like fluff aimed in general direction. I had finer feelings at numerous east coast states like Maine and Virginia and New York, but there I was in the country working organic agriculture; or in Newark, aiding in the nursing of my poor mother.
 
But a few more facts about L.A.: For instance, the cabs are green, white, differently colored according to their company. The people do not cross the street by and large unless the walk sign is on. The cars though will and do try to make the yellow lights. The Venice beach area is the best. Lindsey Lohan lives right up the street. So that says something.
 
The women of L.A. though, though attractive, are really a bit the kind that has had relationships, not friendships, frankly, physically mature, but psychologically oppressed and less experienced, because relationships, can keep you from experiencing life, so powerful the bond of a relationship to turn on you and keep you from that experience, suspiciously. So these beautiful women are around, but they don’t incite, they are not as fun as the milieu I’ve found carved; they are pretty objectified and seem destined to be picked up, yet again, and it’s not doing much for them, as far as I can see. But it’s hard to be a women in this modern called world.
 
My dreams of being a star with fancy footwork hiking from the hills through the valley in the direction of Hollywood like bing Crosby and fred Astaire, were dashed by the long lines in front of night clubs, and upscale places everywhere:
 
There are two islands you can see to the southwest of L.A. if the smog unimpairs you. From the hills of Topanga State Forest, the smog settling over LA turned purple in the late afternoon.
 
There is also a black chopper or two often flying overhead. It flew over me a few times running on the beach, and from inspiration point beyond Will Rogers State Park, I could see it flitting over L.A. so much faster than ground travel.
 
This hostel, and the mountains, are the funnest place in L.A. I have been to, and the beach scene has potential. I am moving to a Hollywood Hostel tonight, but am seeing the fallen dreams with golden tears mocked by the inky black over the pacific, and not the footworking star freedom I seek.
 
 
 L.A. is not a mecca, if I am using the term meaning a place where divinity origins, in that it produces a morally ambiguous product that has no street cred, little respect from religious service and most glaringly has little relevance to the people on the street: it is not known as a worthy product. Only in Hollywood’s own mind is a mecca: otherwise the people here are claimed by the dark side, and it is no mecca to worship art: for art is a dark secret back here.
 
Never the less, Hope springs Eternal, I am earth no less, and earth is still here with this morning sun, so why the gloom of yesterdays tears and sweat, when so easily washed off with a warm shower? It’s not my fault no one notices my genius and the apparatus is used for truth. The airwaves and what is attached to me, zoom all over earth anyway.
 
L.A.’s cruel night: That’s not a problem. The road to success is paved with cruel nights. By the second night of cruelty, the seasoned veteran is so used to it; that it only looks cruel, and seems to be cruel to the viewer; but in reality it’s just an act. I want the cruel night at this point; I seek to cheer it up, psyche it out, and desire its alleged cruelty. What would success in show biz be otherwise? Of course this might be why I’ve spent at least two of my five nights sleeping in.
 
But I mean, actors play tough guys on TV. What does that say about where the profession resides? It’s like a cardboard feel, a two dimension-creating effect: with every guy acting tough in a movie ad. (Athletes excepted). And what about all the people not in the nobility of showbiz? What about them? I am forever haunted by their faces on the city buses. Eyes, almost like manhattanites on subways, averted, with dark furrows of glare or strident worry, courage in the face of gloom they keep hidden, not wanting to burden the pantheon of NYC or L.A., even unaware the pantheon of media doesn’t take the subway or bus; as if the fact that psychically, these evil and foolish nobles look over the bus.
 
These are the intimidated people born here, perhaps doomed to the service industry, that struggle to provide local character, when the glamour of movies add up all about.  Or, they are used for game shows. These are the people whose hands aren’t big enough to get a grip on all the phoniness enemating; that worry and wonder why it doesn’t subside, how can it all exist? And while I may explain it is for the universe, the universe may like our movies, it’s a price we pay; I am just a drop in the bucket of Hollywood.
 
Until by successfully showing the Kingdom of God, everyone plays a zombie, and my Zombie Army takes over: That actually has been the plan for several days: Ever since I conceived it on the backbone path behind Will Rogers State Park. Everyone loves to play a zombie. It would be like thriller, or a good zombie movie, well, it would be better than a movie.
 
Hope springs eternal, when I feel needed. By which I mean I say to myself, my god, these movies are horrible, they need me. But do they? And how much of me?
 
Let’s take the basketball courts for instance. Where I have taken basketball of late as a chance to either befriend or teach; the courts of venice beach have the most incredible array of white basketball players I’ve ever seen assembled; Like Xerxes army, a division of it; looming over the agean, creating their own weather. For instance, the hippy basketball player, the one player with long hair, really was the best player: even though his man didn’t play defense on him. I should have stepped up and actually did draw two charging fouls on him by positioning my shoulder and head to his knee, but they are not used to charging fouls and felt awkward to call.
 
But all of them were eternal timeless types of basketball players. And there was one corner of the 8 rims dominated by the blacks from Compton up the street, and they evoked a police department.
 
And yet there was a problem. See, my late claim to basketball fame is that I run with the blacks at the Y, though I have not done this in years, it has left an indelible imprint about the proforma of the game. That it is played by gentlemen and it is supposed to be five on five full court, it’s called “running the court”. And you sit with guys on the side and play the winning team and it is all organized fairly. They may be snobs, but they have their honor. It even goes further than this, the credo I discovered: Games are supposed to be close, ideally shifting back and forth, and the better team is to win: and “better team” is defined the team where the teammates get along better and know each other. Defense is the equivalent of a hard life. Everyone sort of works on the same thing. There is no need to call fouls because men don’t foul and it is difficult to tell who the ball touched last before it went out of bounds.
 
People don’t own the ball, but temporarily have it in their possession, and sometimes bring it close enough to you that you may touch it. There are never fights or arguments except about who touched the ball last. People have different shapes and sizes. It’s really simple, you establish a full court game or two, and just keep rotating new teams in to play the winner of the past game.
 
Now, do they need me to do that? No. And why isn’t this established by now? I’ll tell you why there is a silly problem with the white-controlled game. Because there are fights in hockey. You see, there should be no fights in hockey, and yet there are. Until we can make an entire NHL season go without fights, their violence is going to ripple into basketball, insofar as we are responsible observers and athletes in our own right.
 
This means the same effort that goes into CODE PINK, and authentic anti-war movements needs to focus on the hockey season and each game to ensure there are no fights. Pressure needs to be put on the commissioner to charge fighters with assault and be put in jail for two nights; that’ll make them think about what they’ve done.
 
OK, so why does Hockey need basketball or an anti-war movement to end its problem of fighting? Because there are claims of violence reported in our papers in cities and states across America. And if everyone is the kingdom of god, no one has the volition or ability to be violent, and thus these events are claimed, and slander upon the human race as the kingdom of god. In other words the same vigilance I demand upon the hockey professors, has to and must be applied to a care about our particular minority neighborhoods, where the false claim makes its most mark. We need to establish the kingdom of god, as an applicable truth, that is at odds with the depiction through the papers, and vigilantly assert to the city desk, and vigilantly maintain neighborhoods to an aware degree of the people as to the truth and try to go a season without one murder, be it in L.A. or Newark. If we all got about focusing on that; we wouldn’t have this lack of ease in white basketball. You can’t play basketball without thinking of those fights in Hockey and what they symbolize.

Likewise the police policed Venice beach in not a good way. I don’t want to get into it; but their prescence was oppressive as opposed to reassuring and being apart of the community. Instead of showing a awareness to the diverse and nefarious elements and chemistry to society; they chalked it all up as one venice beach and didn’t care. From now on, if I see one and can get close, I am going to ask it a question; for which I will have a carefully phrased subtle and professional question for them which I will read like a script.
 
Well I am now going to get on the touchy subject of the L.A. women. What does Jim mean with the phrase, “L.A. women gonna have to do.” ?
 
The girls here are not as good. They all looked so caught by so many relationships and one night stands, that they are tight as all hell; and often in places they are not socially good enough to be. It’s that simple. Oh, it’s beguiling because they are all beautiful and look good; but as you tear off that veil, it becomes apparent: L.A. will never be good while the girls are in this condition.
And the guys are in this half state: you can’t tell if they are married or single: I mean like they look married, but act single: as if when asked they’d respond, “I might be, “ or, “I could be”. And the girls too, they walk alone down the street, and unlike girls in any part of the country, they make me ask myself, “Is that girl single?” Because it is so perplexing and tantalizing in that you can’t tell that on someone just by looking, right?
And frankly, the high couple ratio, whereas, for instance, the couples I chance upon in Asheville N.C. they all look like they’ve been coupled a while. The couples in L.A. look like they just met last night. All of them. I’m like whoa, what they heck is going on. And L.A. is very good at this. While their sociality is a residual effect of show biz: these girls seem the product of a club scene: which I hear, is designed for that sort of thing. And hence this is what you get.
But let me tell you, four nights, in a different place, just to see society, is a vacation. But I moved to Hollywood, and am glad I did. Closer to the big dark secret of art. Closer to what people are not going through. And it bespeaks the question: Is it possible to extort the famous through the manipulation of them to lie to thousands of people. Is it a liable profession? Do I have a right as a citizen of this country, to be free from the lies about the kingdom of god in the news media: and the irrelevant waste of energy Hollywood puts out? Do we have a right? And the answer is yes, honey, there are rights, we just have to do what it takes to retain them. And the answer is we have a right to a free press. A press that lies, especially so much, is not a free press. Thus a basic law is violated. Don’t not believe in the Constitution, not believe in the people. I mean we are better than the people in power. The people in power are weighted down and controlled more than us. So we have to rise up and take responsibility for our society, and locally discuss our issues in peaceful assemblies.
Then of course, there is this superhero going around with a “be” on his shirt, trying to create a zombie army to march on and take over L.A..
Taking the bus and getting around is not as difficult as the background extras make it out to be. I am ready to hire an actor for ten dollars an hr for two hours. The first rehearsing the part of my sidekick “stop”, and the second demonstrating and delivering the socio-political performace art and action only well paid and well staged actors can provide to a political and spiritual movement. In short, if I had enough actors, if every underemployed actor reached out to me, and I borrowed enough money, I bet I could do it. And while people may get paid for this sort of advice, TV art needs to be more regional. There is no need for people from georgia to be watching the same shows Tuesday night as the people from sacramento. That’s just ridiculous, and there are too many unemployed actors.
I rented a bike and biked around Venice and that was great, truly wonderful, as was the hike the day before.

I’m the sort of person who believes if you America to come out into the streets like Egypt you got to put a keg on each block. Or one town has to invite over another town and have food and drinks on its porches. That’s the kind of stuff power organizes.

I believe there are two sides, the black side and the hispannic side, and both sides care deeply about what goes through the city desk:

The smog is caused by the reliance on cars in a valley surrounded by an ocean and mountains. Hollywood is more refined and upperclass than Venice beach; the girls are a few increments better as well. In a way though, while when I travel, there seems to be hiking and walking and parks and cathedrals and drinking with the locals; L.A. has a legitamate studious edge that makes quiet nights and reading and writing, working on art, appropiate. The good intelligent conversation is starkly contrasted against the club pick up background.

Instead of being in a hostel near the beach and hippies with a second fl patio everyone of all ages smoked on, and a common room and kitchen available except from 4am to 8am; we are in two rooms and a bath room suites of 4 not 8 bunk beds, and their own kitchen with a tv, and two or three common areas, neither of which are completely enclosed, with palm trees about, and greater activities such as barbeques and free cheap beer, and a do and recommended activities and tours and cheaper with a more realistic staff.
 
 You see there is a unity of the human race, and that has to involve me, and you, especially as there is such a show of civilization, and it seems around me, and through you, and therefore occupies so much energy and act that it may be logical for the human race to be centered about the viewer; much the way the human race must be united by earth itself. And sometimes when I think, and the gears and mechanisms of my mind move and shift as my blood willed by thought pushes into the obstacles of ignorance, God, I imagine a mind filling up the space and sky and these minute muscles of the mind actually blown up a thousand times and somewhere actually far away.Then of course, there is no absence really, I mean there is an abscnce of my perception, that space my thought fulls, while not ideal, is something I try to focus on, but the absence of help, does not really exist; For there is what is all around and that what is is there and has grown into the whole system of earth and mind in dark matter. And this is not absence but prescence because preseence is all there is, absence can not communicate.

But regarding the production of Hollywood and the stagnation of diffusion of show biz throughout the country; obviously I am trying to send the message: Make it better Hollywood, raise the game a bit. And because there really seems one general current to Hollywood and really not the many producers we’d seen, my plea might be considered, even more so as I contemplate that one current: for once one realizes there are alterations to the natural mind in sync with an older mind, and minds that predate humans, one realizes the metaphysical media to arts and entertainment.

Because many several years ago I had black friends in show biz, and participated in the making of Basquiet, I feel an alliance with classy minorities in show biz; oddly reminiscent of ancient history books citing alliances between north Africans and Romans, or Carthaginians and Gauls. I hope the next time I go to L.A. I am working on better art with smart people.

                    THE END

PS, Left for Phoenix after 4 nights in venice beach hostel than two nights at a higher class and cheaper place in Hollywood itself. Then a night on a greyhound bus to Phoenix. That area is great people, genuinely happy women, polite men, a little southern nuttiness. And I got to see Sedona where I wish to retune to and spend 3 days hiking.

I love L.A. because people are up early in the morning; whereas NYC has a wee tendency to stay up till dawn and rise in the afternoon. I went to two bars, meeting and having vivid discussion at each, one Danny’s on venice beach, the other an expensive british bar in Santa Monica, which I walked to, on a bottle of Sangria, that I later shared with a crazy homeless person I was trying to convince to become a republican; so I only had two newcastles at the british bar, and find L.A. very fun to talk to at a bar; as well as enabling sitting on a bench on the sidewalk and listening to Willie Nelson playing his guitar with a sound system in the street. Well, it probably wasn’t willie nelson, but it was darn tootin close. And I was the last person back in the hostel at night; and the hostel does not open for you from 4am to 8am–which you is prime time in some hostel countries. But despite its morning, LA is not coffee; I found that out drinking a cup with a shot of expresso with the morning sun glaring on; you can’t drink coffee in the sun; near glass windows.

 

 
 
 
The dryness is having a reaction against my beach shirt, like a dry rainbow, and my game suffered on the courts; however by the time it came back the next evening….I mean getting the game uncorked, the complex society of the courts….then of course there’s segregation: when each color hangs out with its own. And this harmony extends into wonderful basketball games of many different colors. Yet coming from Newark, I don’t see where they get all this energy. In order to apply the generational war, one must talk to the older generation, to get answers on these tough questions, but more critically, compelling an obedience from the younger. But you know, my agriculture and prosecution makes me more mature.
By Prosecution I mean this morning I sent a letter to Jon Corzine at Princeton University where he has a post saying his gaining the governorship as a senator then appointing a powerful but unpopular N.J. politician smacks of coercion, and tests the 17th amendment, as the psychology of the senator, in this maneuver can only be coerced. I have thought about it a lot. An elite, vantaged group fraternity as the senate? Could one of that hallowed and bandied order? Could they allow one to do that so as to expose a corrupt state that at the time of the 17th amendment was switching from local decisions being made in peaceful assembly, to a local system of elected officials and 3% kickbacks from all political employees to Frank Hague, 50 yr mayor of jersey city and co chairman of the demo  
 
 

The basketball I have been playing in Newark, was frankly, all ages basketball, with nine year olds covering nine year olds, people in their fifties discovering basketball late in life, and the 15 yr olds and 17 yr olds taking sides and not liking each other, instead of getting along. Basketball is not the game itself on the courts, but ultimately the promotion of life in the park in general. Their were more important issues.
 
At the courts at Venice Beach, everyone has a left, even mine came to life and started throwing in shots, when I finally won a game against a real basketball player. Up to then, for the numerous games I played, I was always on the losing side, in that to me, who believe in the MFP award, most fun player to play with, I usually am known for being on the winning side, even if not known for the scoring and rebounding my teammates expect from me; there is always the opportunity for passing and defending in this game, and if you can do those two relatively simple things well, people that play basketball like you. Playing good defense is like mastering a difficult life. After the games of yesterday I shot over a hundred jumpers, so when I came back after a jog on the beach from Santa Monica to Venice Beach, my shots started falling in. However, if you want to play, you got to hang out there a while.  What they really need is a clipboard with paper you write your name on, so there is a constant growing list of people to replace the losing teams on the court. Blacks really can have a good if not proficient sense of basketball in that they run the court well, get along, and have some ideas; but it comes from their dominance of much televised basketball, not from a greater ability. Whites have to run with them and enjoy their kindness; whereas regarding all the news reports of tragedy in minority neighborhoods, whites must lead. As the sun was setting, me and an underemployed actor from N.J. finished a one on one and practiced alley oops, and had cogent discussion of life, spiritual understandings, what movies should really address, what the people really relate to and are going through. There is a slight acknowledgement of my authority across the board in L.A..
 
 
But what was disconcerting and depressing, was that I could not find a dive bar, a low priced place, or any place, to meet the people and come down from my hike: And from the hills to west Hollywood looked from the hills much closer than it was. I thought I would enjoy just walking around L.A. more; but I’d also forgotten my sweater; but most so disconcerting was the lack of emphasis on production and trade that make low priced bars convivial. At least the news media in nyc seems to have some emphasis on production, though that be pasted as a point of society; and the sustainability that may be generated by discussing the economy in peaceful assembly forgotten; theirs is a nod to the lower class in NYC though it can be terribly expensive, there is a recognition of the vitality of producing and doing what is essential and actual; This all seems lost here in L.A..
 
My apprehensions of L.A. as a place of health, production of show biz and its social correlaries and residues, is slipping because show biz, which looks worse and worse in L.A., the product, so out of touch with the times, so not grim, or relating to the three dimensional person; I look at TV or movie ads and they just seem like fluff aimed in general direction. I had finer feelings at numerous east coast states like Maine and Virginia and New York, but there I was in the country working organic agriculture; or in Newark, aiding in the nursing of my poor mother.
 
But a few more facts about L.A.: For instance, the cabs are green, white, differently colored according to their company. The people do not cross the street by and large unless the walk sign is on. The cars though will and do try to make the yellow lights. The Venice beach area is the best. Lindsey Lohan lives right up the street. So that says something.
 
The women of L.A. though, though attractive, are really a bit the kind that has had relationships, not friendships, frankly, physically mature, but psychologically oppressed and less experienced, because relationships, can keep you from experiencing life, so powerful the bond of a relationship to turn on you and keep you from that experience, suspiciously. So these beautiful women are around, but they don’t incite, they are not as fun as the milieu I’ve found carved; they are pretty objectified and seem destined to be picked up, yet again, and it’s not doing much for them, as far as I can see. But it’s hard to be a women in this modern called world.
 
My dreams of being a star with fancy footwork hiking from the hills through the valley in the direction of Hollywood like bing Crosby and fred Astaire, were dashed by the long lines in front of night clubs, and upscale places everywhere:
 
There are two islands you can see to the southwest of L.A. if the smog unimpairs you. From the hills of Topanga State Forest, the smog settling over LA turned purple in the late afternoon.
 
There is also a black chopper or two often flying overhead. It flew over me a few times running on the beach, and from inspiration point beyond Will Rogers State Park, I could see it flitting over L.A. so much faster than ground travel.
 
This hostel, and the mountains, are the funnest place in L.A. I have been to, and the beach scene has potential. I am moving to a Hollywood Hostel tonight, but am seeing the fallen dreams with golden tears mocked by the inky black over the pacific, and not the footworking star freedom I seek.
 
 
 L.A. is not a mecca, if I am using the term meaning a place where divinity origins, in that it produces a morally ambiguous product that has no street cred, little respect from religious service and most glaringly has little relevance to the people on the street: it is not known as a worthy product. Only in Hollywood’s own mind is a mecca: otherwise the people here are claimed by the dark side, and it is no mecca to worship art: for art is a dark secret back here.
 
Never the less, Hope springs Eternal, I am earth no less, and earth is still here with this morning sun, so why the gloom of yesterdays tears and sweat, when so easily washed off with a warm shower? It’s not my fault no one notices my genius and the apparatus is used for truth. The airwaves and what is attached to me, zoom all over earth anyway.
 
L.A.’s cruel night: That’s not a problem. The road to success is paved with cruel nights. By the second night of cruelty, the seasoned veteran is so used to it; that it only looks cruel, and seems to be cruel to the viewer; but in reality it’s just an act. I want the cruel night at this point; I seek to cheer it up, psyche it out, and desire its alleged cruelty. What would success in show biz be otherwise? Of course this might be why I’ve spent at least two of my five nights sleeping in.
 
But I mean, actors play tough guys on TV. What does that say about where the profession resides? It’s like a cardboard feel, a two dimension-creating effect: with every guy acting tough in a movie ad. (Athletes excepted). And what about all the people not in the nobility of showbiz? What about them? I am forever haunted by their faces on the city buses. Eyes, almost like manhattanites on subways, averted, with dark furrows of glare or strident worry, courage in the face of gloom they keep hidden, not wanting to burden the pantheon of NYC or L.A., even unaware the pantheon of media doesn’t take the subway or bus; as if the fact that psychically, these evil and foolish nobles look over the bus.
 
These are the intimidated people born here, perhaps doomed to the service industry, that struggle to provide local character, when the glamour of movies add up all about.  Or, they are used for game shows. These are the people whose hands aren’t big enough to get a grip on all the phoniness enemating; that worry and wonder why it doesn’t subside, how can it all exist? And while I may explain it is for the universe, the universe may like our movies, it’s a price we pay; I am just a drop in the bucket of Hollywood.
 
Until by successfully showing the Kingdom of God, everyone plays a zombie, and my Zombie Army takes over: That actually has been the plan for several days: Ever since I conceived it on the backbone path behind Will Rogers State Park. Everyone loves to play a zombie. It would be like thriller, or a good zombie movie, well, it would be better than a movie.
 
Hope springs eternal, when I feel needed. By which I mean I say to myself, my god, these movies are horrible, they need me. But do they? And how much of me?
 
Let’s take the basketball courts for instance. Where I have taken basketball of late as a chance to either befriend or teach; the courts of venice beach have the most incredible array of white basketball players I’ve ever seen assembled; Like Xerxes army, a division of it; looming over the agean, creating their own weather. For instance, the hippy basketball player, the one player with long hair, really was the best player: even though his man didn’t play defense on him. I should have stepped up and actually did draw two charging fouls on him by positioning my shoulder and head to his knee, but they are not used to charging fouls and felt awkward to call.
 
But all of them were eternal timeless types of basketball players. And there was one corner of the 8 rims dominated by the blacks from Compton up the street, and they evoked a police department.
 
And yet there was a problem. See, my late claim to basketball fame is that I run with the blacks at the Y, though I have not done this in years, it has left an indelible imprint about the proforma of the game. That it is played by gentlemen and it is supposed to be five on five full court, it’s called “running the court”. And you sit with guys on the side and play the winning team and it is all organized fairly. They may be snobs, but they have their honor. It even goes further than this, the credo I discovered: Games are supposed to be close, ideally shifting back and forth, and the better team is to win: and “better team” is defined the team where the teammates get along better and know each other. Defense is the equivalent of a hard life. Everyone sort of works on the same thing. There is no need to call fouls because men don’t foul and it is difficult to tell who the ball touched last before it went out of bounds.
 
People don’t own the ball, but temporarily have it in their possession, and sometimes bring it close enough to you that you may touch it. There are never fights or arguments except about who touched the ball last. People have different shapes and sizes. It’s really simple, you establish a full court game or two, and just keep rotating new teams in to play the winner of the past game.
 
Now, do they need me to do that? No. And why isn’t this established by now? I’ll tell you why there is a silly problem with the white-controlled game. Because there are fights in hockey. You see, there should be no fights in hockey, and yet there are. Until we can make an entire NHL season go without fights, their violence is going to ripple into basketball, insofar as we are responsible observers and athletes in our own right.
 
This means the same effort that goes into CODE PINK, and authentic anti-war movements needs to focus on the hockey season and each game to ensure there are no fights. Pressure needs to be put on the commissioner to charge fighters with assault and be put in jail for two nights; that’ll make them think about what they’ve done.
 
OK, so why does Hockey need basketball or an anti-war movement to end its problem of fighting? Because there are claims of violence reported in our papers in cities and states across America. And if everyone is the kingdom of god, no one has the volition or ability to be violent, and thus these events are claimed, and slander upon the human race as the kingdom of god. In other words the same vigilance I demand upon the hockey professors, has to and must be applied to a care about our particular minority neighborhoods, where the false claim makes its most mark. We need to establish the kingdom of god, as an applicable truth, that is at odds with the depiction through the papers, and vigilantly assert to the city desk, and vigilantly maintain neighborhoods to an aware degree of the people as to the truth and try to go a season without one murder, be it in L.A. or Newark. If we all got about focusing on that; we wouldn’t have this lack of ease in white basketball. You can’t play basketball without thinking of those fights in Hockey and what they symbolize.

Likewise the police policed Venice beach in not a good way. I don’t want to get into it; but their prescence was oppressive as opposed to reassuring and being apart of the community. Instead of showing a awareness to the diverse and nefarious elements and chemistry to society; they chalked it all up as one venice beach and didn’t care. From now on, if I see one and can get close, I am going to ask it a question; for which I will have a carefully phrased subtle and professional question for them which I will read like a script.
 
Well I am now going to get on the touchy subject of the L.A. women. What does Jim mean with the phrase, “L.A. women gonna have to do.” ?
 
The girls here are not as good. They all looked so caught by so many relationships and one night stands, that they are tight as all hell; and often in places they are not socially good enough to be. It’s that simple. Oh, it’s beguiling because they are all beautiful and look good; but as you tear off that veil, it becomes apparent: L.A. will never be good while the girls are in this condition.
 
And the guys are in this half state: you can’t tell if they are married or single: I mean like they look married, but act single: as if when asked they’d respond, “I might be, “ or, “I could be”. And the girls too, they walk alone down the street, and unlike girls in any part of the country, they make me ask myself, “Is that girl single?” Because it is so perplexing and tantalizing in that you can’t tell that on someone just by looking, right?
 
And frankly, the high couple ratio, whereas, for instance, the couples I chance upon in Asheville N.C. they all look like they’ve been coupled a while. The couples in L.A. look like they just met last night. All of them. I’m like whoa, what they heck is going on. And L.A. is very good at this. While their sociality is a residual effect of show biz: these girls seem the product of a club scene: which I hear, is designed for that sort of thing. And hence this is what you get.
 
But let me tell you, four nights, in a different place, just to see society, is a vacation. But I moved to Hollywood, and am glad I did. Closer to the big dark secret of art. Closer to what people are not going through. And it bespeaks the question: Is it possible to extort the famous through the manipulation of them to lie to thousands of people. Is it a liable profession? Do I have a right as a citizen of this country, to be free from the lies about the kingdom of god in the news media: and the irrelevant waste of energy Hollywood puts out? Do we have a right? And the answer is yes, honey, there are rights, we just have to do what it takes to retain them. And the answer is we have a right to a free press. A press that lies, especially so much, is not a free press. Thus a basic law is violated. Don’t not believe in the Constitution, not believe in the people. I mean we are better than the people in power. The people in power are weighted down and controlled more than us. So we have to rise up and take responsibility for our society, and locally discuss our issues in peaceful assemblies.
Then of course, there is this superhero going around with a “be” on his shirt, trying to create a zombie army to march on and take over L.A..
Taking the bus and getting around is not as difficult as the background extras make it out to be. I am ready to hire an actor for ten dollars an hr for two hours. The first rehearsing the part of my sidekick “stop”, and the second demonstrating and delivering the socio-political performace art and action only well paid and well staged actors can provide to a political and spiritual movement. In short, if I had enough actors, if every underemployed actor reached out to me, and I borrowed enough money, I bet I could do it. And while people may get paid for this sort of advice, TV art needs to be more regional. There is no need for people from georgia to be watching the same shows Tuesday night as the people from sacramento. That’s just ridiculous, and there are too many unemployed actors.
I rented a bike and biked around Venice and that was great, truly wonderful, as was the hike the day before.

I’m the sort of person who believes if you want America to come out into the streets like Egypt you got to put a keg on each block. Or one town has to invite over another town and have food and drinks on its porches. That’s the kind of stuff power organizes.

I believe there are two sides, the black side and the hispannic side, and both sides care deeply about what goes through the city desk:

The smog is caused by the reliance on cars in a valley surrounded by an ocean and mountains. Hollywood is more refined and upperclass than Venice beach; the girls are a few increments better as well. In a way though, while when I travel, there seems to be hiking and walking and parks and cathedrals and drinking with the locals; L.A. has a legitamate studious edge that makes quiet nights and reading and writing, working on art, appropiate. The good intelligent conversation is starkly contrasted against the club pick up background.

Instead of being in a hostel near the beach and hippies with a second fl patio everyone of all ages smoked on, and a common room and kitchen available except from 4am to 8am; we are in two rooms and a bath room suites of 4 not 8 bunk beds, and their own kitchen with a tv, and two or three common areas, neither of which are completely enclosed, with palm trees about, and greater activities such as barbeques and free cheap beer, and a do and recommended activities and tours and cheaper with a more realistic staff.
 
 You see there is a unity of the human race, and that has to involve me, and you, especially as there is such a show of civilization, and it seems around me, and through you, and therefore occupies so much energy and act that it may be logical for the human race to be centered about the viewer; much the way the human race must be united by earth itself. And sometimes when I think, and the gears and mechanisms of my mind move and shift as my blood willed by thought pushes into the obstacles of ignorance, God, I imagine a mind filling up the space and sky and these minute muscles of the mind actually blown up a thousand times and somewhere actually far away.Then of course, there is no absence really, I mean there is an abscnce of my perception, that space my thought fulls, while not ideal, is something I try to focus on, but the absence of help, does not really exist; For there is what is all around and that what is is there and has grown into the whole system of earth and mind in dark matter. And this is not absence but prescence because preseence is all there is, absence can not communicate.

But regarding the production of Hollywood and the stagnation of diffusion of show biz throughout the country; obviously I am trying to send the message: Make it better Hollywood, raise the game a bit. And because there really seems one general current to Hollywood and really not the many producers we’d seen, my plea might be considered, even more so as I contemplate that one current: for once one realizes there are alterations to the natural mind in sync with an older mind, and minds that predate humans, one realizes the metaphysical media to arts and entertainment.

Because many several years ago I had black friends in show biz, and participated in the making of Basquiet, I feel an alliance with classy minorities in show biz; oddly reminiscent of ancient history books citing alliances between north Africans and Romans, or Carthaginians and Gauls. I hope the next time I go to L.A. I am working on better art with smart people.

                    THE END

PS, Left for Phoenix after 4 nights in venice beach hostel than two nights at a higher class and cheaper place in Hollywood itself. Then a night on a greyhound bus to Phoenix. That area is great people, genuinely happy women, polite men, a little southern nuttiness. And I got to see Sedona where I wish to retune to and spend 3 days hiking.

I love L.A. because people are up early in the morning; whereas NYC has a wee tendency to stay up till dawn and rise in the afternoon. I went to two bars, meeting and having vivid discussion at each, one Danny’s on venice beach, the other an expensive british bar in Santa Monica, which I walked to, on a bottle of Sangria, that I later shared with a crazy homeless person I was trying to convince to become a republican; so I only had two newcastles at the british bar, and find L.A. very fun to talk to at a bar; as well as enabling sitting on a bench on the sidewalk and listening to Willie Nelson playing his guitar with a sound system in the street. Well, it probably wasn’t willie nelson, but it was darn tootin close. And I was the last person back in the hostel at night; and the hostel does not open for you from 4am to 8am–which you is prime time in some hostel countries. But despite its morning, LA is not coffee; I found that out drinking a cup with a shot of expresso with the morning sun glaring on; you can’t drink coffee in the sun; near glass windows.

 

 
 
 
The dryness is having a reaction against my beach shirt, like a dry rainbow, and my game suffered on the courts; however by the time it came back the next evening….I mean getting the game uncorked, the complex society of the courts….then of course there’s segregation: when each color hangs out with its own. And this harmony extends into wonderful basketball games of many different colors. Yet coming from Newark, I don’t see where they get all this energy. In order to apply the generational war, one must talk to the older generation, to get answers on these tough questions, but more critically, compelling an obedience from the younger. But you know, my agriculture and prosecution makes me more mature.
By Prosecution I mean this morning I sent a letter to Jon Corzine at Princeton University where he has a post saying his gaining the governorship as a senator then appointing a powerful but unpopular N.J. politician smacks of coercion, and tests the 17th amendment, as the psychology of the senator, in this maneuver can only be coerced. I have thought about it a lot. An elite, vantaged group fraternity as the senate? Could one of that hallowed and bandied order? Could they allow one to do that so as to expose a corrupt state that at the time of the 17th amendment was switching from local decisions being made in peaceful assembly, to a local system of elected officials and 3% kickbacks from all political employees to Frank Hague, 50 yr mayor of jersey city and co chairman of the demo