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A 10 O’clocker’s Words of Wary (Poetry by Jessica Holter)

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Certain words make me nervous like nervous which creeps down my spine and spreads through my body infecting all my senses, as nerves are created to do   As a child, I was a 10 O’clocker Too smart for whatever was being taught from eight O’clock in the morning, until the first recess I spent my mornings at The Electric Company assuming it was somewhere near Sesame Street where they seemed to have a lot of things that did not belong there, like me   “One of these things is not like the others One of these things just doesn't...

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Birds of a Feather - Why is your name on the Lolita Express Manifest?

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id·i·o·mat·ic (idēəmadik) | adjective 1. using, containing, or denoting expressions that are natural to a native speaker. i.e "Birds of a feather flock together." So um, ok, I know most of us are distracted by the lockdown. So, I just wanted to make a quick blog to get y'all up to speed on what should be the most historic Sex Trafficking Take Down of all time. THIS BLOG IS ABOUT JEFFREY EPSTEIN AND THE BIRDS HE FLOCKED WITH I am going to start with a Timeline on Accused and Convicted Pedophile & International Sex Trafficker Jeffrey Epstein 2005: When Jeffrey Epstein found...

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Sinister Convictions II: Private Ownership of American Bodies (A Ghetto Girl Blue Blog Post)

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Sinister Convictions II

Private Ownership of American Bodies 

Hi this is Jessica, sharing thoughts that may matter to you. It has been 10 years since I visited the subject of the ever-expanding prison system. Let us see where we are in 2020. ~ Ghetto Girl Blue 

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The Art of the Mack: Legacies Lost in Translation

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Perhaps, in the wake of public scandals regarding famous Black Men, we should consider that history is being written here. There are lots of famous White men, who have done dastardly deeds, yet their art still sells for millions. Yet, some of the greatest achievements in American entertainment history have been made by men who will be remembered as rapists, pedafiles and drug addicts. Take for example  Walter Richard sickert, whose art piece Nude before a Mirror, Fitzroy Street has an estimated value of $80,000 or so. I know. Who is that? Jack the Ripper, that is who he was....

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