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Updated apology to ticket taker

W. Hale, aka, haji Mohammed A. Omar
Unpaid, unofficial, unaffiliated volunteer

DC address: 4200 Wisconsin Av. NW, Washington, DC 20016
Telephone: 202-465-0067

ME address: 60 Western Av., Suite 3 – 222 , Augusta, ME 04330
(207)764-4441, Room 106
Fax: 314.690.4004 Email: whale12345@gmail.com

Ticket Taker, Owners, and operators
Braden Theater
408 Main Street,
Presque Isle, ME 04769
(207) 768-5500

re: You have the right to remember. You have the right to protect the information you create.

Dear Braden Theater:

Thought you might be interested in this reply regarding the Grateful Dead taping section in regards to a NYTimes.com comment about Mayor Bloomberg’s recent endorsement of Barack Obama.

Also enclosed please find a copy of the recent email from YouTube to me regarding ad placement next to SONY copyrighted material which happened to be in my effort to live my own life and remember it to the fullest.

I apologize if my tone of voice was not as kind as it should have been, but behind professionalism of any kind is deep emotion about wanting a more perfect world for our children to grow up in. Isn’t that right?

Plus my Dad was 1/2 Irish (xref: temper) as well as a captain of the US Navy wrestling team, so I inherited some of that “on the spot” aggressiveness.

But hopefully I pray enough to balance that with second efforts like this, and with practice I’ll find more perfect ways, perhaps with punch lines, to respond when I think whose “No,” is unhealthy and / or unfair.

Thank you for being such a kind, local, community theater.

Truly,

W. Hale, aka, haji Mohammed A. Omar (MAO)
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enclosures: posts & documentation from this morning may be found on line.

Anyone with the link may view at: https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0B3COUqj-vPb8azFuZWY5alliS2c/edit

Or at: https://waterworldeden4.wordpress.com/2012/11/02/apology-to-ticket-taker/

Link to external memory of Ticket Taker interaction may be found at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9QVhmqUJV8

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ENCLOSURES:

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#135 of 136: William Hale (hinging0) Fri 02 Nov 2012 (06:16 AM)

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How is Bloomberg a centrist ? There is so much misunderstanding and confusion on the US political scene today. Many people think Bloomberg is a centrist because os his positions on same sex marriage, abortion, climate change. But he is against even minimal regulation of Wall Street excesses which brought us the most recent crisis. He snaps at
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xref: having had a Father who was ½ Irish and a captain of the US Nav wrestling team and learning visceral, emotional, and somewhat aggressive responses from him; xref: tone of response to ticket taker last night; xref: the need to get the logic across while keeping the tone of voice positive and supportive of the other person.
Likewise; xref: chemical smell in carpet (s).
Also, instead of saying, “Hopefully it’s not carcinogenic,” hold on to that thought and do some real research into carpet cleaners which are definitely NOT and then convey that information to whom.
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any suggestion of having the rich pay more taxes and does not think there is any danger in the rising inequality. He shows almost no understanding of what the ordinary person goes through. His endorsing of Obama is almost enough to convince a concerned voter to cast a protest vote for the Greens. Things will stay the same until people mobilize and threaten the Democrats that they will NOT be taken for granted and will withhold their vote if both parties are in thral to financial interests.
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#136 of 136: William Hale (hinging0) Fri 02 Nov 2012 (06:54 AM)

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Wise decision Mayor Bloomberg. I have no problems with your highlighting where the President did not push hard enough to get things done. But last I checked, it takes two to get a deal done. The President cannot negotiate with himself.
Congress has had a critical role in the status of the country today.
Their willingness to allow the country’s credit rating to be downgraded shows their lack of concern for the country, just their agenda.
Your neighbor across the Hudson show guts during the past few days to speak truth to Party. He showed that two ideologically different public servants can once again agree to do the right thing when doing the right thing serves the better purpose for their constituents.
Finally, I was raised catholic and attended Jesuit schools all the way through graduate school. Lying is one of the things that I was thought never to do. Not being perfect, I did my share of lying. But compared the former Bishop who is now running for the presidency of our country, I am still in daycare compared to his Doctorate[s] in bending the truth.
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xref: who should have said, “I had an email conversation with YouTube” instead of saying “I [ignition] [door] talked with you tube about this,” What I proposed [door] was that instead of making a peson remove a video about their own life in which whose copyrighted work happened to appear, instead why not place ads for the company who owns the copyrighted material. And sure enough You Tube recently sent whom an email saying SONY ads were going to be placed next to one of whose videos because it contained copyrighted material in the video – likely when who was doing whose laundry and heard a song on whose speakers and went over to listen and tapped a beat back to the music and made some commentary about the lyrics. But who hasn’t had time to review [door] the video yet, so it might have been in regards to what else.
After “The odd life of Timothy Green” it looked like the actor who had played Timothy Green in the movie, along with his friends and family walk right past where who was sitting as they exited the movie, but who was not so healthy then and whose external memory was not remembering [door] [door] then.
Whose laughter and applause to “Here comes the boom” was an integral part of the external memory [door]
The Grateful Dead knew the profound influence copyrighted material can have on a person and for that very reason had a taping section at the live shows. People still came to see the shows and purchased the records of the band. In fact the taping section added [rpms head away] to the awareness of the band and the music and increased the number of people who wanted to purchase tickets for the shows.
If who was so impoverished they could only hear the band via tapes from the shows, then who would stand outside the shows and ask if anyone had an extra ticket, “Looking for a miracle. Anybody got an extra ticket?” In this way people who were better off, or people whose date, or friend had been unable to make it to the show could do charity, or sell a ticket (at cost) and thereby feel good about choosing whom they wanted to help get their life together better by getting into the show..
Likewise for copyrighted movies. Permitting people to have eyeglasses for their brains so we can remember better, and share our memories.
Otherwise, we are forced into a situation where we have an intense experience and no way to annotate it, or review it, or explain it to our friends, family, minister, doctor, or other commenters. Especially in the 21st century when we are trying to compete with people who are able to post images and videos of their memories and reports when we have only our typing to make our points.
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How people can admit his lying and still vote for him, and expect their children, our children, to be good citizens is beyond me.
Thank you for the endorsement and the swift kick to get the soon to be re-elected Obama to take charge and lead us to a better future.
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#137 of 140: William Hale (hinging0) Fri 02 Nov 2012 (09:10 AM)
“All concentration is a form of self-hypnosis.
“Hypnosis is the adoption or rejection of suggestion.
“Suggestions may be internal or external.
“Intelligence is the ability to apply, create, and sustain rules for divisible, distributable, repeatable, secure, effective, free, fair, and peacefully happening adoption or rejecting suggestion [door].”

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#138 of 140: William Hale (hinging0) Fri 02 Nov 2012 (09:13 AM)
When you invite a peson into your home, you have a right to deny them the invitation if you feel they are going to remember better than you want them to.
But when you solicit the general public to come in, then is it fair for you to insist “We the people” engage in a partial lobotomy at the door and take off any “eye glasses” for our brains, or break the continuity in any new kinds of pencils we may be employing to keep track of the sensory data which impinges upon us?

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#139 of 140: William Hale (hinging0) Fri 02 Nov 2012 (09:18 AM)

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#140 of 140: William Hale (hinging0) Fri 02 Nov 2012 (09:21 AM)
When you consider all the millions of dollars and special effects movie makers use to implant suggestions in our brains, isn’t it only fair from a mental health point of view to permit audience members who feel the need to “take notes” to the best of their ability to do so?
I have a letter from my doctor indicating for purposes of my health I need ADA K9 assistance.
I’ll try to get a letter from my doctor indicating the same about my need for “adaptive technology” for my memory; xref: SFSU teachers’ college course on Special Education and adaptive technology.

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Body language, color coding, and suppressed, but proud, incredulity on the faces of the men around whom -Screen shot 2012 – 10 – 14 at 02.22.24

Body language, color coding, and suppressed, but proud, incredulity on the faces of the men around whom -Screen shot 2012-10-14 at 02.22.24

Body language, color coding, and suppressed, but proud, incredulity on the faces of the men around whom -Screen shot 2012-10-14 at 02.22.24

#927 of 928: William Hale (hinging0) Sun 14 Oct 2012 (11:20 AM)

Mikhail Metzel/Associated Press

Yevgenia Chirikova, an opposition activist and candidate, spoke to her
opponent, Oleg Shakhov, the current mayor, during a visit to a polling
station in Khimki, a suburb of Moscow, on Sunday.

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Note purple cloth on left forearm, left hand free and clean and open
and ready to respond and seek responses. Note right hand holding a cell
phone – both hands similar to end of prayer, or beginning of prayer
gesture.

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correlation

Romney wailing wall photo; xref: “Because of your hat?”

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eminent domain

Fight over rights

People across the United States have been forced to make way for power lines, sidewalks, telephone poles, pipelines and other projects. In a 2005 case, the Supreme Court in a 5-to-4 ruling said that local governments could even force property owners to sell out to make way for private economic developments if officials felt that it would benefit the public.

The case, Kelo v. City of New London, became a rallying point for conservatives and others who said the ruling violated the Fifth Amendment prohibition against the taking of property except for “public use.” In a dissenting opinion, then-Justice Sandra Day O’Connor wrote the ruling meant that the “specter of condemnation hangs over all property.”

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xref: Chief of Police of Washington, DC informing officers to permit bystanders to photograph them while they work

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Economic stagnation insights from a NYTimes.com poster

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So many reasons: erosion of tax rates for anything but wages; dwindling federal support for higher education combined with astronomical tuition increases; our failed healthcare and retirement systems; inadequate protectionism in our trade policy; rise of the parasitic financial class; lack of shared vision and overall selfish mindset of our citizenry; political apathy; financial corruption of our democratic process; lack of government support for industry . . .

I cannot choose just one. It’s a mess.
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xref: crowd sourcing and citizens being paid to audit government cash flows

OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR
Wall Street Is Too Big to Regulate
By GAR ALPEROVITZ
Published: July 22, 2012
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THE Barclays interest-rate scandal, HSBC’s openness to money laundering by Mexican drug traffickers, the epic blunders at JPMorgan Chase — at this point, four years after Wall Street wrecked the global economy, does anyone really believe we can regulate the big banks? And if we broke them up, would they really stay broken up?

Most liberals in Washington — President Obama included — keep hoping the banks can be more tightly controlled but otherwise left as is. That’s the theory behind the two-year-old Dodd-Frank law, which Republicans and Wall Street are still working to eviscerate.

Some economists in and around the University of Chicago, who founded the modern conservative tradition, had a surprisingly different take: When it comes to the really big fish in the economic pond, some felt, the only way to preserve competition was to nationalize the largest ones, which defied regulation.

This notion seems counterintuitive: after all, the school’s founders provided the intellectual framework for the laissez-faire turn against market regulation over the last half-century. But for them, “bigness” and competition could easily become mutually exclusive. One of the most important Chicago School leaders, Henry C. Simons, judged in 1934 that “the corporation is simply running away with our economic (and political) system.”

Simons (a hero of the libertarian idol Milton Friedman) was skeptical of enormity. “Few of our gigantic corporations,” he wrote, “can be defended on the ground that their present size is necessary to reasonably full exploitation of production economies.”

The central problem, then as now, was that very large corporations could easily undermine regulatory and antitrust strategies. The Nobel laureate George J. Stigler demonstrated how regulation was commonly “designed and operated primarily for” the benefit of the industries involved. And numerous conservatives, including Simons, concluded that large corporate players could thwart antitrust “break-them-up” efforts — a view Friedman came to share.

Simons did not shrink from the obvious conclusion: “Every industry should be either effectively competitive or socialized.” If other remedies were unworkable, “The state should face the necessity of actually taking over, owning, and managing directly” all “industries in which it is impossible to maintain effectively competitive conditions.”

At the height of the Depression, eight major economists (including Frank H. Knight) put forward a “Chicago Plan” that called for outright ownership of Federal Reserve Banks, the nationalization of money creation, and the transformation of banks into highly restricted savings-and-loan-like institutions.

To be sure, Simons later revised some of his views, and in the main he and others weren’t focused on financial crises. After all, in the mid-20th century, banks were far less concentrated than they are today, when the five biggest — JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Citigroup, Wells Fargo and Goldman Sachs — dominate the industry, with combined assets amounting to more than half of the nation’s economy.

It’s also true that not all Chicago School economists (not to mention their descendants) agreed with Simons, especially on the controversial issue of nationalization. But the logic of his argument remains: With high-paid lobbyists contesting every proposed regulation, it is increasingly clear that big banks can never be effectively controlled as private businesses. If an enterprise (or five of them) is so large and so concentrated that competition and regulation are impossible, the most market-friendly step is to nationalize its functions.

What about breaking up the banks, as many on the left favor? Recent history confirms another Chicago School judgment: while a breakup might work in the short term, the most likely course is what happened with Standard Oil and AT&T, which were broken up, only to essentially recombine a few decades later.

Nationalization isn’t as difficult as it sounds. We tend to forget that we did, in fact, nationalize General Motors in 2009; the government still owns a controlling share of its stock. We also essentially nationalized the American International Group, one of the largest insurance companies in the world, and the government still owns roughly 60 percent of its stock.

Of course, it would probably take another financial meltdown to make banking nationalization politically tenable. But given how the sector has behaved since the last crisis, a repetition seems inevitable, and sooner rather than later. When it comes, we would do well to keep the work of Henry C. Simons and his acolytes in mind when we contemplate how to rebuild a more equitable economy.

Gar Alperovitz, a professor of political economy at the University of Maryland, is the author of “America Beyond Capitalism: Reclaiming Our Wealth, Our Liberty, and Our Democracy.”

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Buy Walmart. Buy Goldman Sachs.

“If you think a company could be run better, buy it,” one Goldman Sachs partner was quoted as saying years ago, so…

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Screen Shot 2012-03-17 at 11.37.03 AM – thinking about what poses in contexts which open the procreative libidinal drive to other consideration about the importance and meaning of what goes on betweeen your legs; xref: the US capitol underground visitors center skylight and an architect who designs for volunteer moppers to keep the horizontal space OPEN for surface access while the underground people see the beautiful capitol dome, but with the crotch fiew of the moppers and pedestrians inter-mixed so we consider the source of some of our [No no no no no, or Go, go go go go – not sure whiich Go go… it was a cheer to ‘Go’ by whom then a shorter group cheer…. sewer and water and over population with the remedy – volunteer clean up crews and welcomed visitors all in the same picture with the US capitol dome… Instead of the “Keep off” signs so typical of whats wrong with the federal police country club mentality and design taking over here. Instead of questioning the competence of who is hypnotizing and using borrowed money to buy votes and hire guards to keep people away instead of man more metal detectors and open MORE doors…

Screen Shot 2012-03-17 at 11.37.03 AM - thinking about what poses in contexts which open the procreative libidinal drive to other consideration about the importance and meaning of what goes on betweeen your legs; xref: the US capitol underground visitors center skylight and an architect who designs for volunteer moppers to keep the horizontal space OPEN for surface access while the underground people see the beautiful capitol dome, but with the crotch fiew of the moppers and pedestrians inter-mixed so we consider the source of some of our [No no no no no, or Go, go go go go - not sure whiich Go go... it was a cheer to 'Go' by whom then a shorter group cheer....  sewer and water and over population with the remedy - volunteer clean up crews and welcomed visitors all in the same picture with the US capitol dome... Instead of the "Keep off" signs so typical of whats wrong with the federal police country club mentality and design taking over here. Instead of questioning the competence of who is hypnotizing and using borrowed money to buy votes and hire guards to keep people away instead of man more metal detectors and open MORE doors...

Screen Shot 2012-03-17 at 11.37.03 AM – thinking about what poses in contexts which open the procreative libidinal drive to other consideration about the importance and meaning of what goes on betweeen your legs; xref: the US capitol underground visitors center skylight and an architect who designs for volunteer moppers to keep the horizontal space OPEN for surface access while the underground people see the beautiful capitol dome, but with the crotch fiew of the moppers and pedestrians inter-mixed so we consider the source of some of our [No no no no no, or Go, go go go go – not sure whiich Go go… it was a cheer to ‘Go’ by whom then a shorter group cheer…. sewer and water and over population with the remedy – volunteer clean up crews and welcomed visitors all in the same picture with the US capitol dome… Instead of the “Keep off” signs so typical of whats wrong with the federal police country club mentality and design taking over here. Instead of questioning the competence of who is hypnotizing and using borrowed money to buy votes and hire guards to keep people away instead of man more metal detectors and open MORE doors…

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Iraq war veteran kills himself, 11-year-old sister | 8:40 a.m.

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xref: “Over-weight (Obese), bad attitude, scarecrows masquerading as cops occupying our door ways,” response to US Federal or private contract personnel in uniform at US Veterans administration yesterday when who tried to reason with the regarding “License, registration, and __________,” but who insisted on playing dumb, and then a black, obese Matriarch later played street thug intimidator without offering choices in orders, “Ride your bike on the street,” instead of “Walk your bike on the side walk. Ride your bike on the street,” is what we say in Berkeley California. And no show of appreciation for being given the lesson about choice. Later civilian person THANKED the second crew of scarecrows for shuch a show of insensitivity – either to get the truth out or because they thought THEY were right, not clear from way it was said, likely who too meek to want it to be known if it was intended as such.
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