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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Toni Anderson Missing

Toni Anderson, 20, is missing from Kansas City, Missouri. She left her job as a server at Chrome nightclub, at 4:11 Sunday morning, planning to gas up her vehicle before going home. Before pulling into the gas station, she texted a friend that she had been pulled over by police. There is no record of law enforcement from anywhere pulling her over. That was the last time anyone heard from her. She drives a black, 2014 Ford Focus with Kansas plates 989 GAX. Below are pictures; if you know where she is, please call one of the numbers on the flyer.

Monday, January 16, 2017

Abbie Hoffman Moment

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Donald Trump Lacks Manners: Declined Invitations

Wow. A fancy inaugural ball for a flamboyant, rich narcissist, and people already do not want to go. Not even for the forty-fifth president of the United States! John Lewis, (D) Georgia, recently declined and told his constituents that he wasn't going because he felt that the election was not won honestly. That was all; he just didn't want to go. This is the same John Lewis who marched with Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma on March 7, 1965, and was beaten black and blue by law enforcement. Instead of thanking Lewis for his devotion to his country and for responding to the invitation, Trump got on Twitter and insulted Lewis and his district, referring to Lewis's district, Atlanta, Georgia, as a "shambles" and "crime infested". Not only has Trump forgotten that New York is a rather "crime infested", as well; he has completely breached etiquette for a president in such a situation. Rather than responding to the declined invitation on Twitter, it would have been much more gracious for incoming President Trump to simply send Congressman Lewis a hand written note expressing regret at the declined invitation and hope to work with Lewis soon. That is all that needs to be said by a president when an invitation is declined.

At this writing, there are twenty-three United States senators and congressmen declining invitations to the inaugural ball, and the list is growing. There is also a list of dignitaries planning to give the swearing in ceremony a miss. This is a big deal, and should serve as a wake-up call to the president elect concerning etiquette and manners when an invitation is either accepted or declined. Donald Trump should, by this time, understand that there are many, many people who shy away from circus atmospheres and do not care to attend unruly events hosted by the nouveau riche. Haven't Trump's rallies already been violent enough?

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Through The Lens Of Siriunsun's Camera

Monday, January 9, 2017

Abbie Hoffman Moment

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Siriunsun's Art Gallery

Monday, January 2, 2017

Abbie Hoffman Moment

Saturday, December 31, 2016

Your Tax Dollars At Work In Ottawa County Kansas

 In March, 2016, an under-sheriff named Russell Thornton, according to the government information site of Ottawa County, Kansas, determined that a ninety-one year old man suffering from Alzheimer's disease should be tased at a nursing home, when he refused to keep a medical appointment with a doctor. The vdeo was made available to the public in December. The staff at Minneapolis Good Samaritan Center, in Minneapolis, Kansas, called the police on the patient. Thornton waited until the man got up and began walking away, then pointed his taser at him and shot. The sheriff, Keith Colman, referred to this action as "the best possible alternative."

Couldn't the appointment have been rescheduled? What happened to the directive policemen were once given concerning the use of physical or brute force, and not using it unless absolutely necessary?

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