Saturday, March 31, 2018



BSC, CA – Yesterday morning a person climbed atop a roof in the 804 complex on the East Side by the mental health center and fired about a 100 rounds into the car windshields in the parking lot below, an eye witness reported to this reporter. The incident resolved itself without anyone getting shot or wounded. The gunman wasn't aiming at people, just car windows. Perhaps this was our Easter miracle.

In other news, a site I watch named Secure Team 10 post mostly UFO sightings from around the globe and outer space. Occasionally they also show a segment that contains just something strange, like water disappearing, cracks in the earth, the affects of wireless proximity to plant growth, and most recently some strange behavior in birds to our north, in Oregon. It seems they are missing.

Some of you know that where I stay, my part in residence is feeding the hummingbirds. Unlike the feeder I maintained back in Murrieta, where I am now there can be 12 at summertime, so I keep a notice as they have to be filled almost daily [or nightly since they need to be full by first light]. This is much akin to having a newspaper route. Now what was once Union Station has gone to Salton Sea. I'm wondering why.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018



BSC, CA – As I finish up the details on Bird Wars, another pair of recent discoveries have surfaced that merit attention, Sports Fans. The first is the revealing of the Voynich Manuscript.

For what the Voynich Manuscript is, there are two short videos after the jump that give you a before and after frame of reference. The question of why hasn't this been deciphered before now could be the stilted frame of view for establishment academia resulting in staring at a puzzle to something as esoteric as a prediction my grandmother said about all Man's secrets being revealed in these last days.

The second discovery is a CD selection of the only European Tour ever engaged on by jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery. For research I was listening to some early Stevie Ray Vaughan [live] and one song sounded very Wes Montgomery in style and verve. Some quick detail checking reminded me again that SRV listed Montgomery as an influence. One thing led to another and voile, I chanced upon a live concert I never know existed though I had some Wes when I owned vinyl back in the day.

Monday, March 5, 2018



BSC, CA – To attend the meeting about the planned landscape bordering Blaine St., Watkins Dr., and Canyon Crest, I had to find the heart of UCR's campus, an area known as The Hub. Walking into that building and looking around, a lot of pieces concerning young Riverside's GMO/obesity epidemic came into focus. Amidst the crowded lunch room area which was bustling were the corporate giants Pizza Hut, Subway, a brand name that has more outlets than Starbucks it seems in the Riverside area, and Starbucks.

As I made my way across the area to seek out the meeting, I remembered when I was one of them, enjoying myself with a 38” waist, not knowing that it was the GMOs and HFCS making me obese, turning me into a rollie. I rode up in the elevator feeling like I was in the movie They Live.

Upon entering the packed meeting and seeing the proposal plans and mock-ups, you understood the pie-in-the-sky notion that one day the University will buy out the neighborhood just across the tracks is a pipe dream. In this gathering of movers and shakers, the only one from the adjacent hood seemed to be me, and BSC, CA.

Wednesday, February 28, 2018



BSC, CA – [Ed note: this story was written before the new year, 2018, but pushed back from publication due to breaking news stories happening at the time] Fresh back from the latest wrinkle in the exploding pre-2018 legal cannabis scene, I had to add an extra 20 minutes in my start time because the entrance to a neighborhood for married student couple was green-walled off. The reason, a demolition project.

With all the talk around Riverside about needing more student housing and the planned increase in student body [no reference to our previous feature, Food Brood], you might surmise the dorm neighborhood, which has hundreds of old trees and is home to thousands of birds, would be getting the University axe to pave the way toward filling that student need. Well, Sports Fans, you'd be wrong.

Soon [in a couple of years unless the Chinese do the project] the view that you see in our lead-in shot above will be forever changed by a five-story monolith to block out the sun, standing where trees, birds, and grass used to grow; our, er, their brand new 5000 seat Soccer Stadium. Let's hear it. Boooo! When you understand that this neighborhood was built entirely by women and the town-view city mag, Explore Riverside, made a big issue out of one building [also built by women] out in Anza; double Boooo! See the view that's being razed by UCR, after the jump.

Monday, February 26, 2018



BSC, CA – Legendary evangelist minister Billy Graham died last Wednesday and today his public viewing started after a brutal thunderstorm overnight that settled into a drizzle to start the day. He was 99. The 9s are numerical for double completion. The rain is also a sign as I can never remember going to a funeral on a sunny day. Strange. 

I was born in the South when social segregation was done entirely by skin color, which seems quaint now given the transgender, the nerdy, the homeless, the druggie, etc. Because of this, I was aware but insulated through my position in the fam as an only child. Our neighborhood was all black but the merchants were white. There were also black businesses. The church I was raised in was Protestant, based off the original pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock [an interesting historical story if you look it up]. Our all-black [various skin tones ranging from 'white' to dark but mainly shades in between] church even had the name Plymouth in its name.

As I remember, around 1957 my idyllic middle class view of life began to crack. It was a year after my summer magic [see story of the same name, this site] that I saw the dichotomy in US religion. In the North there was social integration because that was the liberal side of Christianity [NT]. The Southern style was more literal and OT based, starting from Genesis. When I saw my grandfather listening to a Billy Graham radio broadcast the first time, I noticed it and wondered since Billy Graham was out of the South.

Saturday, February 24, 2018



BSC, CA – This Part 2 report about detoxing will cover a number of ideas showing how to take back the planet from the Elites and the egos. Much of today's report will concern personal endeavors and are a product solely based on my personal observations in the trenches, from Occupy LA to the coming Gem Faire.

The first step to taking back the planet is knowledge and how such knowledge concerns you personally. So the first step is what you take in, and that means water, food, and air. Most, if not all tap water in this country is treated with fluoride, the same stuff Hitler gave the captured Jews because he was worried about their cavities [not]. The popular lie is that it is good for your teeth and therefore more fluoride equals less dentist visits. Does that sound like the American model of commerse? Research the best water types to drink but under no circumstances should you ever drink 'public' water.

These new wave ovens are priced between $60-$399 but are identical except for color, so shop it, don't slope it.
In the kitchen. For this inspiration I have to thank Zen Honeycutt because there is no microwave oven in her kitchen. Thinking about that one evening after the Landlord had killed our industrial sized microwave oven accidentally, I got out a cooking gadget I purchased back when I lived in Temecula, the Sharper Image Super Wave cooker. In the above picture you can see the use of infrared, halogen, and convection all together to make delicious food that keeps its nutrition intact. Our new house microwave gets used rarely by me now.

Thursday, February 22, 2018



BSC, CA – In these days a great idea only grows and so the brainchild of friends 40 years ago to have better food than found in the local Kroger's, Safeway, and A&P, in a market called Mother's, opened its first store in LA Country. It was a beautiful day in Signal Hill for a Grand Opening. The even better news with this organic news article besides it contains pictures is – wait for it – There will be a second Grand Opening this coming Saturday.

In addition to these decorative and delicious sample cupcakes from the onsite kitchen cafe, there were raffles, happy faces, welcoming smiles, and two over flowing parking lots in a day filled with music, Celtic music live. So join us and make the jump, plus...

Yes folks, longtime readers know me. Now on the journey back from Signal Hill I was asked to record the Geo-engineering taking place right above our heads as we rolled back into Orange County. Going over all the pictures, well, I captured something else besides a chem trail. You tell me what [?]. See the last picture in this weekend news report.