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A Mostly Center-Right Place For Those With Irritable Obama Syndrome and Diversity Fatigue

Copyright Info April 22, 2009

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Afrocity in a nerdy state at The San Francisco Museum of Art

Afrocity in a nerdy state at The San Francisco Museum of Art


One Response to “Copyright Info”

  1. Thomas S Negron Says:

    I was taken aback to see your blog. The picture of the painting “T.B. in Harlem” you have used as the title is well known to me. I have seen it in person as the man in the painting by Alice Neel is my late Grandfather Carlos Negron, after he had had a lung removed from Tuberculosis in the late 30’s-1940 was the year Alice did the painting. The and “Puerto Rican Family” are among our family favorites, if I remember correctly.

    I must admit I was a little shaken and just a smidge riled when first I saw it.

    After reading your blog, I see we are connected in many ways not the least of which is expressive “from the heart” writing styles. I dont know what else to say but that I felt the need to reach out. I really liked you right away, and I think I dig your politics.

    Warmest Regards and God Bless

    “Thomas” Scott Negron

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