Selected diary notes
1 On reading some 2009 news about space missions, I thought: When goats orbit earth on their way to the international space station to become milk and meat, “Project Concord” will be headlined by the pun-loving The Wall Street Journal: “The herd shot ’round the world.”
2 Signs in our church'[s low-flush restrooms urge us not to flush “foreign materials.” I keep wondering if the toilet paper, like most everything else, had come from China.
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Okay (but I’m not doing it, just wishing someone else would!): Ishmael Reed, in an op-ed in The New York Times November 9, 2011, lays out a history of police brutality in Oakland, California, commenting that a great many Oakland cops live in the suburbs, “a fact that helps maintain a strong ‘us versus them’ worldview.” Reed says Detroit developed a plan to combat that strong negative force: Detroit “rents foreclosed homes to police officers for as little as $1,000, to keep them in the city.”
Anybody else thinking this way? Who? What? Where? Why? When? I’d like to know.