To Dallin the Danite Decapitator Oaks: “Fetch”, January 13, 2017
Saxton, … New Holland, … New Holland, … New Holland, …


“my home sweet home”
cc Pepper Hamilton Freeh, cc all Mormon attorneys

[Tommy the Tank to the Rescue looks on while the Decapitator instructs President Barack Hussein Obama go “Go, fetch.”  [In other words, be the scapegoat for the Mormon Church of Satan’s planned nuclear bomb attack on the Hudson River]:
Oaks (far right) with LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson (left) and U.S. President Barack Obama (center) in the Oval Office on 20 July 2009, presenting a personal volume of President Obama’s family history as a gift from the LDS Church.


January 13 [2017] – Drawing 101/ History of Portraiture
(A lesson on Portraiture, YWCA Brooklyn)

Used to be just one brand of sweet potatoes/yams.  Now, since someone put chopped onions in my jar of marmalade that I use to season a sweet potatoes that I eat once weekly, there are two. The other is Ham’s Yam’s featuring  horse and coach. (to be continued)  I thought the black female who was praised for serving her employer a Minnie’s pie is named Olivia.  (to be continued)  I was mistaken.  Her name is not Olivia.  Her name is Octavia.  Obviously, I am mistaken about everything!
There is no mind-control deception!  I’m crazy!

35th Street at 6th Avenue, near Mormon Church of Satan Marriott hotel featuring Monarch Roof
(to be continued), January 13, 2017, January 13, 2017

William Harrison “Jack” Dempsey (June 24, 1895 – May 31, 1983), nicknamed “Kid Blackie” and “The Manassa Mauler”, was an American professional boxer who competed from 1914 to 1927, and reigned as the world heavyweight champion from 1919 to 1926. A cultural icon of the 1920s,[1] Dempsey’s aggressive fighting style and exceptional punching power made him one of the most popular boxers in history.[2][3] Many of his fights set financial and attendance records, including the first million-dollar gate. Dempsey is listed at number ten on The Ring magazine‘s list of all-time heavyweights and seventh among its Top 100 Greatest Punchers, while in 1950 the Associated Press voted him as the greatest fighter of the past 50 years.[4] He is a member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame, and was inducted into The Ring’s Boxing Hall of Fame in 1951.[2]

Title fight and controversyOn July 4, 1919, Dempsey and World Heavyweight Champion Jess Willard met at Toledo for the world title. Pro lightweight fighter Benny Leonard predicted a victory for the 6’1″, 187 pound Dempsey even though Willard, known as the “Pottawatamie Giant”, was 6’6½” tall and 245 pounds. Ultimately, Willard was knocked down seven times by Dempsey in the first round.[20]

About Me.  This coming Sunday, January 15, 2017, I’m I’m not going to the Mormon church’s Park Slope Ward on Court Street in Carroll Gardens, here in Brooklyn. I’m going to the Mormon church Harlem Ward, on Malcolm X Boulevard in Harlem. I have to go. Some of federal agents who’re pretending to be Jehovah’s Witness are expecting me to go (before I go to the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses on 129th Street).  But what if some of the Mormon federal agents there at the Mormon Church in Harlem bar me from entering? In that case, I will not be held responsible. I would have done what I was supposed to do. I am not responsible for what anyone else does. And I am most definitely not responsible if I am delayed in posting information here at my website because Mormon computer gremlins illegally prevent me from accessing the Internet.

Dallin, tomorrow (or tonight if the ban on me accessing the internet at YWCA Brooklyn has been lifted) I’m going to see if there are any news articles about my brothers who were beheaded in the Philippines, and I will post what I find, to your attention.