Tuesday, June 19, 2012

10 Acre Press Release: 18 June 2012, Kansas Board of Healing Arts Letters

TO: Any Kansas Newshound looking for a tree.
FROM: Mike & Tris Caddell, Ten Acres, N. Jefferson Cty., Ks.
SUBJECT: Superstitious Barbarians in Kansas.

Please note the two files listed below can be downloaded:

"14JUNE2012KSBHA" are the open letters I and my son typed out last week "the old fashioned way" to members of the Kansas Board of Healing Arts.

I think the letters typed on an old manual have a creepy look to them.

They have that "crank out in the country" look.  

Today's computers sure make writing easier, not like punching hard type.

Nevertheless, old typewritten pages seem so "Dark Ages" don’t you think?

He and I staged an early Father's Day celebration, spent three days and two nights last week typing. It was hard to make last Friday's noon deadline before the mail truck makes our rural post.

The letters have arrived by USPS today all across Kansas.

Now you get the unsigned copies we sent.

Email is faster but not as fun.

We think the letters that went out to the mail truck looked good, each were signed, stamped red "original" to the public addresses we could find of the KSBHA members.

When you open it up scroll to the bottom, I put a little dark humor in there for news reporters.

The other file attached, the "DTREE letter" as mentioned in each of the public letters, are available with contact information for Dr. Michael First is included there.

The numbers, figures and official characters trying to take everything we own can be confirmed at "State of Kansas bills Dr. Neuhaus ..." as a download.


Yeah, here comes more of those "revealed truths" being pounded into our reality of public ruin.

"Now, we seek to operate by revealed truths, not reality.  Decrees from on high – often issued by an unholy alliance of religious fundamentalists, self-interested corporations, and greedy fat cats – are offered up as reality by right-wing politicians."
- John Atcheson,
posted 18 June, 2012, Common Dreams

I think Atcheson has something there about entering a new Dark Age.

The article came from another Kansas Free Thinker (or also, "dissidents", "liberals", "commies", "pinko fags" take your pick) terms based on angst read in any online "comment section" of a daily paper.

Sender decided the current spectacle we are seeing in Topeka fits the unreasonable mentality in the current  state government is described in Atcheson’s article.

The sender thinks I need to read this, as if somehow I could escape it.

We get the drift of what's coming to our loved one this Friday, June 22, 2012 in the basement of a Topeka government building the "Dark Ages" the "End of Enlightenment"  all that, yeah we understand it.

I mean who could miss it?

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