When I respond, or seek responses, I think of the Internet Republic and the people [[whump]] and the places who have made our water world Eden brave and free and fair. Permitted, required, and impossible. Stand alone or stand with, whose choice to what degree [[Thn/]] O[[thn/]]ne water world Eden under "We the people" – created by whom?

LATimes.com news environment analysis

Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times
A Frank McCourt success story
Court; xref: the reaction of you, an unkownbrother also named Omar, to a US Supreme Court officer who wandered over and walked in a circle around the two of us after saying, “Hello, Mr. Hale,”. At first you were a wee bit nervous about the approach of a police officer for no apparent reason, as anyone would be. I explained about police officers needing to ask permission to initiate a social conversation – to prove we are not a police state, but a government for, by, and of the people – many people. So I said, “Officer, I think I heard you say, ‘Hello, Mr. Hale,’. Please ask permission before interrupting me, unless you have an order to give me. Say, “May I say, ‘Hello, Mr. Hale,’? that way people will understand we are not a police state, and police officers can not butt into our lives unless they have a lawful reason,” You, the new brother who happened to be there appeared to overcome your intial nervousness at the office her’s approach and being the highly intelligent brother you are immediately comprehended what had been said.
By David Wharton
xref: Warton school of business
A crowd of 23,000 at Dodger Stadium last season was bad news for McCourt, seen above in 2010. But on Sunday, the crowd will be evidence of his success with the L.A. Marathon.
Storm sets stage for cold, wet Los Angeles Marathon | 5:24 p.m.
For two runners, the L.A. Marathon fills a need | Video
xref: “Find a need and fill it,” vs. “Get a job,” The entrepreneurial logic of “How to make friends and influence people,” vs. the passive mentality of a transition from showing up in public school classrooms to showing up at your local factory, or filling an expected slot in the service sector as an employee who simply follows directions.
Divide seen in views of Afghan massacre
By Laura King | 4:23 p.m.
xref: Larry King, Laura, and who else?
Americans view the killing of 16 villagers as rare and a betrayal of U.S. values. For Afghans, the incident is similar to many others, accidental or otherwise.
To what degree can Americans fill in the data points about news regarding the breakdown of US military standards? Who could or should be polling and publishing regarding same? What would be the 10 or 20 questions you would like to see on such a questionnaire? In what order?
Suspect in Afghan killings identified

Tense showdowns in Missouri as Republicans caucus
By Matt Pearce
xref: M.A.S.H. Also xref:d-LSD-25; xref: sewer water test monitoring equipment.
The caucusing, the first step in a length nomination process for the state, went smoothly in some places and dissolved into shouting matches in others.
Obama’s campaign charging ahead with millions to spend
Santorum hammers Obama on healthcare
xref: the need to repair the shoe rack with superglue and a hammer. And mentioning who forgot whose hammer to whom.
Protest held in Fullerton over man’s suicide in police jail cell
Berkeley police chief is target of investigation
xref: recent mention of Berkeley here at least twice. xref: Verterans re: bicycle choice, and what else?
Jump in gas prices crimps economic recovery
xref: the real powers behind whose thrones and offices
Soccer player Fabrice Muamba collapses during game
xref: recent cab driver who had been a soccer star in his youth.
Vin Scully scales back his Dodgers broadcasts
xref: Vince; xref: CE and date keeping BC and AD. Also xref: “certainty equivalent” and risk analysis; xref: recent mention of “Decision trees” and learning curve accelerations here.

LATimes.com news environment analysis

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