October has come and is almost gone. We still live in a state of Fakeness and Fake Friends, Fake Family and a Fake President. Welcome to Fake Earth. The real Earth passed away decades ago...
Due to conflicting appointments, I am unable to attend one Halloween party this afternoon, but participated in helping to set up for the party by wearing a short blonde wig and rocking out before a group of workers . . .
Charles Pearson's Wedding Song, Honeymoon Night Song and Funeral Song: "505"
You could say I revealed my unnatural roots, though, I can still hear Vicky Harper, my former Bank of America Executive Vice Preisent boss saying after I fucked up her calendar, "Charles, you really are showing your natural roots today...It's a good thing you're cute. Those dimples. So adorable..." And I would scream, "Vicky!" And we would laugh.
Yeah, I always managed to get away with murder with Vicky--so wonderful as long as you met her deadlines. Come in at any old time or when the spell should hit; all OK as long as you got your work done, finished, completed...You were Vicky Harper's boy! Vicky's right hand ...but then Vicky would sometimes disappeare to have her blonde streaked hair done because her hair grew on company time she reminded me and I said, OK...Oh, I so love you Vicky Harper! Never had a boss like her again and never will ever again. Vicky Harper is my favorite Woman in Existence.
About that good news
To Kill a Mockingbird has returned to reading list of a Mississippi school after a public outcry.
"In a state like Mississippi, where we continue to deal with racial injustices and discrimination even today, it is critical that our students have the opportunity to engage on the themes presented in To Kill a Mockingbird," the American Civil Liberties Union in Mississippi said.
Arne Duncan, the former secretary of education in the Obama Administration, and others on Twitter, welcomed the reinstatement. "Good news!" he tweeted.