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Sea Cape Cod by Michael Mosier

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November 30, 2009

Out to Sea

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 7:48 am

The Grey Lady II, seen above, steams out of the Hyannis Harbor on it’s way to the “far away island” of Nantucket on this November morning here on Cape Cod.  Many Americans are feeling this sentiment right now, “when do I get to go on vacation and sail away to a far away island?”  That is a very good question.  With the downturn in the economy seeming to get good folks in a Grinch like spirit, it is ever important to remember exactly what this season is really all about…giving.  Perhaps the one silver lining in this greedy theme of Americana politics can be found in this sentiment.  Seeing beyond the glitter and consumption of what Christmas has come to represent in this country and in many others, one can find simple joy in discovering  what someone else might be wishing for–be it acknowledgement of their worth as a human being (thrown to this earthly plane just as they were), and the fact that they might just be doing the very best that they can at that particular “time” and place.  Or, perhaps more importantly, the assurance that they are not alone and that their presence in this world really does matter, it matters a great deal.  For in the end we are all one, and the love and compassion that we give to our brothers and sisters is paramount to us understanding the big picture.  When we break the chains that hold our brothers, we break our own.  Have a wonderful week!  Peace~ M

November 29, 2009

Grey Lady

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 7:34 am

On this Sunday morning a few days after Thanksgiving, I wish you a fair a pleasant one from Cape Cod.  The rains came down in earnest the past few days here in Osterville, as a deep low pressure system gathered strength in the Canadian maritime, pushing 50 knot plus winds ashore.  The lighting of the Christmas trees on Nantucket took place Thanksgiving night, with the boat you see above being filled with revelers of all ages.  The Grey Lady II, as it is known here on the Cape, is a high speed ferry that jets one over to the “far away island” in about 50 minutes.  The destination spot is little known to the outside world, although it is a scene right out of a Dickens novel and should be experienced by anyone who loves Christmas as much as I do…with trees, decorated by the local residents, lining the cobblestone streets of downtown Nantucket.  The event literally transports you into another place in time, a simpler time without technology getting in between you and your fellow man.  On this Sunday, I pray that you have Joy and Peace and above all Love.  Have a great day!  Peace~ M

November 26, 2009

Thanksgivings Blessings

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 8:38 am

On this Thanksgiving day here in Osterville on Cape Cod, I wish you and yours Joy, Peace and Love.  I cannot begin to count all of the things that I am thankful for, but I’ll give it the old college try…I am thankful for my health, for my family, for my friends, for my Maine Coon cats, for my black lab, for my bike, for my car, for my fish tank, for my home, for my music, for my writing, for my photography, for New England, for Cape Cod, for the Islands, for my inspirations, and for my grandmother.  My grandmother was 104 years young when she passed this September, and if it were not for her I would not have made it.  I am thankful to her for giving me the courage to go on, to live my life again, after a near death experience that happened to me in 2003.  As I was lost in a true fog bank, it was the simple act of writing to her in California where she lived with “the little sisters of the poor” in San Pedro that began the long road home to a recovered state of mind, body and spirit.  It was much more than writing a letter.  It was reconnecting with the source of all, LOVE, propelling me back into the career that I wanted all along, to be a writer.  As my confidence grew with each passing letter back and forth across this great land that we live in, I began to write my first book, “Fog Happened–Nantucket”, and writing it freed me to be who I really am–a simple man who loves his family, country, world and God.  I just wanted to be.  Her love, given unconditionally via the written word, gave me the freedom to begin to feel gratitude again, to live life on the field, as opposed to the sidelines, and eventually give that love back to the people who are still here–namely my family on Cape Cod, my family in Connecticut, my family in California, my family in Wyoming, my family in Idaho, my family in New York, and a real deep realization of the family that we ALL share–every brother and sister who walks the earth…that is why I write this “blog” every day, to recognize that fact for myself, for the more I embrace that reality, the closer I feel to God.  In this day and age of broken dreams, sadness and war, I have found that it is still a beautiful world.  If I just take the “time” to slow down long enough, looking out onto the awesome beauty of Nantucket Sound, at Dowses Beach here in Osterville, I am transported to a place away from the things of man and am ever reminded that I should never, ever take this for granted…Sending you some sun and sand from the Cape!  Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!  Peace~ M

November 25, 2009

Faith Hill

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 7:59 am

Rose earlier than usual this morning, sipping on some coffee down at Dowses Beach, and watched the fog roll in from Nantucket Sound…foggy.  On this day before Thanksgiving, I hope you remember three names–Blanche Lincoln (D, AK), Ben Nelson (D, NE) and Joe Lieberman (D, CT).  These three “democrats” are positioned, in their “minds”, to effectively take this nation’s only chance of giving the American public true health care reform.  A statement made by Blanche Lincoln regarding the recent free health clinic in Arkansas, the state she represents and in dyer need of care for it’s citizens, went something like this– “while the event (that Keith Olberman of MSNBC put together) was a blessing, these kind of health fairs are unsustainable in our state…”  She hit the nail right on the head.  The current system of health care delivery in the United States of America is broken, corrupt and inexcusable.  Millions of our brothers and sisters are suffering, while the big insurance companies, in their shark like lust for money, get richer and richer.  The strategists and lobbyists who have orchestrated “tea parties” and the like, designed to fool the average citizen in this country, have largely succeeded in destroying first the idea of a single payer system, (one that every other advanced country in the world already has), then the “public option”, designed to offer REAL competition to the monopoly known as the insurance cartel.  This affects us all.  What is the cost of not passing a real health care reform bill?  Skyrocketing insurance costs, an unchecked industry that calls the shots in Washington D.C. thus, keeping the status quo in place–thereby effectively keeping out of the loop millions of folks who need the basic care of a primary care physician in order to prevent illnesses and promote a healthy lifestyle.  Is it fair to say that these people truly believe that the poor do not deserve to be as well as they?  I wonder what Jesus would say.  If you get the opportunity today, say a prayer for these “elected officials”, asking only that they SEE the folly of their warped perspective and the hypocrisy therein.  Have a nice Wednesday.  Peace~ M

November 24, 2009

Sunset Hill

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 7:56 am

As the sun slowly rose this morning above Dowses Beach here in Osterville, Massachusetts, I am ever reminded of a sacred spot called “sunset hill” in Hyannisport.  In the image above, you may be able to see a small hill rising above Nantucket Sound.  To me, that hill reminds me of why I came back to Cape Cod to begin with.  Two of my personal heroes are Jack Kennedy and Bobby Kennedy, not to mention Ted and Eugene and Jackie…”Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country”, Jack said so many moons ago.  This sentiment always brings peace to my heart, as it represents the true nature of the collective soul of America.  We have always been a nation of achievers, leaders, innovators, creators, poets, musicians, spiritual sequoias, writers, builders, lovers and dreamers…and we can be again.  Don’t let anyone tell you differently.  The cards may be stacked against many, as monopolies reign at the moment, but as you well know–this too shall pass.  As we ease on into the holiday season, perhaps this is the message we should all take to heart–“love one another”. Love conquers all.  Always and forever…no one can take that away from you, and if you read the words and examine the deeds of Bobby Kennedy, namely his exhausting work for human rights in this country and abroad, you will see the good that existed then, exists NOW and will continue to exist forever–for the light is in all of us and the love is as constant as the sun, which neither sets, nor rises, it simply is.  It is not the country that must change, but our perspective of it…when that changes, so will the world.  Have a great Tuesday!  Peace~ M

November 23, 2009

The Eagle has landed

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 8:01 am

The ship called “The Eagle” is a vessel that takes passengers and cars over to the island of Nantucket.  On Saturday I visited one of my favorite places on planet Earth, what the native Americans called the “faraway island”…This tiny hamlet in the middle of the Atlantic, or so it seems if you live on it for any extended period of time, defines what Cape Cod and the two most famous islands represent–a land that time does not touch.  The timelessness of Nantucket can be found in so many places–from Brandt Point to Great Point Lighthouses, Madekat Beach to Surfside, Siaconset to the cobblestone streets of Nantucket proper.  As we approach the holidays, the town of Nantucket will begin to decorate these old world avenues with Christmas trees where 2nd graders, fireman, and local shop owners transform them into something out of “Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer’s” Christmas town.  The event is coined, “Christmas Stroll” and it is now a destination spot for many who live both here on the Cape and Islands, as well as tourists from all over the world…When I lived on the island in the winter of 1997-98, walking Main Street on cold December nights, snow gently falling on the large boulder like rocks that act as pavement for the thoroughfare, lights of all colors glistening in the eves of the white, grey clapboard architecture (uniform colors for the island) and the music that filled the night air, one feels transported back into the time of Dickens and the world simply dissolves away to the song, “Silent Night”.  Nantucket is a gem that should be experienced and treasured.  Have a wonderful week!  Peace~ M

November 22, 2009

Sunday Sunrise

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 7:37 am

On this Sunday morning here on the Cape, I bid you a fair adieu.  The temperatures are expected to be in the 50’s today with abundant sunshine and I am privileged to be singing once again with my choir at “Our Lady of the Assumption.”  I often “think” about assumption and what the term really means…we all assume many things in our day to day lives, usually assuming incorrectly, as we do not have all the information available to us, or we choose to ignore it.  We all assume that the sun will rise and set, that our trusted leaders in Washington D.C. are doing right by the electorate they represent, and that we are all afforded the liberties that are so clearly defined in both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States.  What is not so clear is the fact that we are ALL equal and above all LOVED by our CREATOR.  That is perhaps the only assumption we can truly make.  Knowing that full well, it is hard not to have a smile on your face!  Have a blessed Sunday.  Peace~ M

November 21, 2009

Red, White and Blue

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 8:05 am

Patriotism is a funny thing…it was written, during the Revolutionary War, that “patriotism is the last refuge for scoundrels.”  As the Senate gears up for the legislative fight of the century today, going into tonight– debating and then voting on cloture on whether or not to go forward with the debate over health care in the United States, the world will be watching.  Needing 60 votes to bring a full on debate to the Senate floor will depend upon the Senator from Arkansas (D), Ms. Lincoln, Joe Lieberman (I, CT) and perhaps two others.  In 1994, when this critical vote came to pass, cloture was not an issue.  Now, it remains to be seen whether or not moral conscience will drive this critical vote forward, so that millions of Americans can get some HELP from their elected officials.  The strategists who work directly for the insurance cartel would most likely state that, “patriotism is equated with a fixed system of haves and have nots and should not be questioned, simply accepted.  Further, one should blindly follow the corrupt and powerful, as they know what is best for you and your family–high deductibles, pre-existing conditions, outrageous premiums, denial of claims, no choice, and an ILLUSION of health care “insurance”.”  Definition two, “Patriotism is Glenn Beck and his handlers– ask no questions and we will tell you no lies.”  When I think about this beautiful country and what it really stands for, “By the people, for the people…”, I am reminded that I am not alone.  “Under God, indivisible, with LIBERTY and JUSTICE for ALL.”  God Speed dear Senators, God Speed…   Have a nice Saturday!  Peace~M

November 20, 2009

Sandy Pines

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 7:59 am

Ponderosa Pines are the dominant evergreen that exist on Cape Cod’s sandy soil, and these magnificent specimens live on my front lawn.  Perhaps I take too much “pride” in these creations, but it forces me to be ever grateful for the beauty that is all around me.  Grateful people are happy people, those who aren’t, aren’t.  Thus, it would seem that logic dictates one should look deep and find that “one thing” that makes one grateful.  It could be the smile on your daughters face, a beautiful sunrise, a family of ducks swimming across a cool New England pond in the rain, a kind word from a friend, or the realization that everything is exactly as it is supposed to be at this moment–which is all we really have anyway.  For me, seeing a Cardinal sitting high atop one of these pines is enough to allow that gratitude to become dominant and soon, all else, every negative thought, vanishes like a fog bank as the sun slowly rises above the Nantucket Sound…letting go and letting GOD.  Have a great week end!  Peace~ M

November 19, 2009


Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 7:53 am

Tug, as seen here on my bed, is a Maine Coon cat.  Maine Coon cats originated from a journey that a French dignitary took across the pond to Newfoundland, Canada where a Persian cat was bred with a bobcat.  This mix of domestic and wild created a very tough feline that acts more like a dog than a cat.  Observing the observer brings me to my point–it is better to take a step back and observe.  By removing oneself from the fray of political insanity, such as the newest “pray for Obama” bumper stickers that litter our landscape, you can see the forest for the trees.  Quoting passages of the Bible and taking them completely out of context is not only dangerous, it borders on criminal.  When one realizes that those who own the airwaves can bend the information however they wish, it brings one to the conclusion that this country has entered a dangerous stage in it’s development.  When we should be concentrating on bringing our troops home from foreign soil, creating health care for all, healing our damaged planet and creating new jobs that actually create something of value, we are instead focused on flagrant LIES promulgated on polluted airwaves “owned” by crooked men.  Moreover, these men put dangerous ideas into the heads of people who live and die by the sword.  Quoting a small portion of the Bible and equating it to our President is egregious at best and criminal at worst.  The ultimate form of hypocrisy is now taking place in this country, coming from people whose platform is based on the words of Jesus himself…Observation is the only answer.  Light always shines away darkness-- As it was then, as it is NOW and will be Forever…Have a nice Thursday!  Peace~ M

November 18, 2009

November Berries

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 8:01 am

When one observes nature, as noted in the image above, you can see the abundance all around.  November berries being offered by my apple tree, supply food for many species of Northeastern birds of all shapes and sizes.  The delicate balance between nature and man has always been tenuous, however, it has reached alarming proportions as the President of the United States wraps up his visit to China and is now back home in the White House.  It is a question of the cart in front of the horse, as these berries are a metaphor for us all.  We must preserve the planet if we are to survive, taking out all of the bitter partisanship that exists in both houses of congress as well as the nation and indeed the world.  Who does not want a better world for our grandchildren?  Who does not want peace and harmony in not only their own life, but in the lives of the America we all claim to love?  When the rubber meets the road, where will your heart stand when the leaders of the free world meet in Copenhagen to discuss the single most important world issue the human race has ever faced?  This is not democratic or republican.  This is COMMON SENSE.  How can a cart go forward when it is in front of the horse that drives it?   Food for thought.  Have a great Wednesday!  Peace~ M

November 17, 2009

Distant Light

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 7:37 am

Keith Olberman, of MSNBC’s “Countdown with Keith Olberman”, struck gold yesterday on the battle for decent health care in the United States of America.  Five years ago, the New Orleans Superdome was briefly the home to thousands of victims who endured one of the greatest natural disasters to hit this country.  Yesterday, it was retro fitted to a M.A.S.H. unit of sorts, taking care of thousands of citizens who lined up to receive some actual CARE from someone who was not out for money, fame or recognition.  Hundreds of volunteers donated their time and expertise to GIVE some tender, loving care to the nation’s poorest– saving several lives along the way, as one individual’s blood pressure was 280 over 180; she was treated and sent to hospital for further treatment.  Keith raised over 1.7 million dollars for this cause, freeclinics.com, where people from all over the world donated not only the nuts and bolts of basic human health care, but, moreover, to the IDEA that there is a better way…People like Keith Olberman are a rarity in this world of dollars and cents, seeing the forest for the trees and stepping up to the plate and hitting a grand slam.  God bless you brother.  Have a great Tuesday!  Peace~ M

November 16, 2009

Game Face

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 8:13 am

This American Bulldog has the right idea.  He is not a “blue dog democrat”, nor is he a big fan of Fox News…  He is simply interested in getting this picture taken so that he can get on with his dog bones, sniffing and playing with his friends down at Dowses Beach.  On this Monday morning, with some cirrus clouds above filtered in the blue sky here on Cape Cod, I hope you had a nice week end.  The game in Washington D.C. has stepped up a notch as the fights for moral health care, Afghanistan, the U.S. economy head up the “to do” list for President Obama.  Spending three days in China, President Obama is balancing some of the most important issues human beings have ever faced on planet Earth–namely that, PLANET EARTH!  My prayer is simple–something happens to the power struggle in this country that catapults global warming into the spotlight, creating a real solution to a crisis that will affect everyone on this precious living organism called “home”…  Have a great week!  Peace~ M

November 15, 2009

Brandt Point

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 7:47 am

Brandt Point Lighthouse is a small light guarding the entrance to the Nantucket Harbor.  Coined, “the lighthouse with nine lives”, Brandt Point Light has been blown down and rebuilt 8 times, dating back to the mid 18th century.  It’s resiliency and the affection it commands from both native Nantucketers and visitors alike, makes it one of the most unique lighthouses in the world.  It’s name originated from Brandt Point Geese, as seen above at Dowses Beach here in Osterville.  The importance of it’s light, guiding mariners into the safety of the harbor around the treacherous sand bars extending out into the Nantucket Sound, is legendary.  From the ancient bonfires atop towers of the 17th century, to the modern day computerized version of these nautical treasures,  lighthouses remain one of the lasting symbols of hope, guidance and above all LIGHT this country has to offer.  One can sit in front of a lighthouse, be it on the water or on land, and be transported back to a simpler time, where stars were the tool of navigation and the ever present glow of the light emanating out of the fog, brought it’s people home once again.  Have a blessed Sunday!  Peace~ M

November 13, 2009

Kettle Pond

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 7:53 am

This is Mike’s Pond, a few steps from my home here in Osterville.  Kettle Ponds are scattered all over Cape Cod, as they were created along with this magnificent geological wonder of the Cape and Islands 11,500 years ago by the Last Great Ice Age.  Because of it’s porous soil–made up of sand, clay and soils that do not hold water very easily–Cape Cod has vast reserves of water underneath all of the beautiful scenery.  Kettle ponds are normally deep, as Mike’s pond is at least 150 feet deep in many spots.  Allie, as seen here retrieving her tennis ball, enjoys these ponds, as do children of all ages, and the fact that the residents of the Cape have maintained these vital bodies of water is a testiment to Cape Cod’s overall view of ecology and preservation.  It is no wonder that the caption on our license plates reads, “Preserve the Trust”.  Have a great week end!  Peace~ M

November 12, 2009

November Gold

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 8:24 am

As Cape Cod braces for the remnants of Hurricane Ida, expected to hit the area sometime later tonight and into the week end, the gold of the leaves splashes presence.  Sitting at Dowses Beach this morning, playing and writing music, I noticed the Buffleheads bobbing on the white caps in the outlet to East Bay.  Buffleheads are migratory birds, resembling ducks, that make their way here every Fall and are with us into the Spring.  Their small, round bodies are covered with black and white feathers, with the male being a little louder in color than the female.  Watching these guys swim around, diving down to retrieve a sunfish or the like, always brings back my spirit, as the Osprey leave for the winter.  When one bird leaves another takes it’s place.  Embracing change and adapting to what IS, what REALLY IS, propels one’s life in a completely different direction.  Nature is the great equalizer and pacifier of our troubled souls in this country and around the world…MSNBC will air a new program on November 22, 2009 called “100 heartbeats”, a documentary on our furry, feathered and fragile friends around the globe.  Many of these animals are on the endangered species list and as hard as it is for me to watch these programs, I am compelled to.  For it is of paramount importance that we look as hard at what is going on to the Polar Bear as we do to any other human concern.  For this is OUR GREATEST CONCERN!  The plight of these creatures of God is our own and instead of being afraid of a problem made by man, let us look at solutions that we, as we have every RIGHT to do, can dispense starting with the upcoming world conference on global warming in Copenhagen, Denmark in December of this year.  The Buffleheads are calling!  Have a great Thursday!  Peace~ M

November 11, 2009

The Sun also Rises

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 8:23 am

On this warm November morning here in Osterville, I would like to take a moment to reflect on the dedication and service that our men and women in the United States military deserve.  As we all celebrate Veterans Day with parades and prayers, it should be noted and more importantly, comprehended, what these brave souls do for our country.  The fallen have not died in vain, as this nation is still one, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.  War is not good for children or any living thing and should be viewed with careful critical “thinking”.  Prayer is a more apt solution.  How can one make sense of insanity?  This sentiment, however, takes nothing away from those men and women, their families and their friends who suffer greatly, tour after tour, defending our country from tyranny and terrorism.  Should we not fight the same good fight?  Taking care of our own?  Is that not the whole premise for us being on foreign soil–to fight for the freedoms our forefathers’ envisioned for us?  These men and women ask no questions, as they do not have that luxury.  They forgo their first amendment rights and blindly follow leaders who, God willing, have their best interests in mind.  Today is not a day to critique.  Today is a day to honor.   “There is no greater love than to give one’s life for a brother.”  That is what we honor, despite our differences in policy or protocol.  We honor our men and women because of their faith and courage, their honor and their duty.  We honor them.  We honor them.  Peace~ M

November 10, 2009


Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 8:04 am

One day a mighty storm hit a small island in the Caribbean, whereupon masses of Starfish washed ashore upon a white sandy beach.  A little girl was watching the weather reports all night, as she was familiar with the ocean and all of the creatures, both great and small, that made their home there.  Early that morning, she ran to the ocean and to her great sadness looked out onto the white, sugar like sand and saw all of the starfish that had been washed up by the powerful waves.  Undaunted, she began picking them up, one by one, and throwing them back into the sea.  A man passing by on a bike asked, “why are you throwing those starfish back into the ocean–you can’t save them all, and what does it matter anyway?”  Looking at the old man with a hint of pity in her eyes, she sweetly said as she pointed to the starfish in her little hand, “it matters to this one.“  Copenhagen (world conference on global warming) is only a month away–I pray the world throws some starfish back into the ocean of reason and LOVE.  Have a great Tuesday!  Peace~ M

November 9, 2009

Dowses Dawn

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 8:27 am

I woke up earlier than usual this morning to catch the dawn at Dowses Beach here in Osterville.  The air temperature was 32 degrees Fahrenheit, with little to no wind and calm seas.  A gaggle of Brandt Point Geese kept me company as I caught the images on my Nikon. They seemed oblivious to the beauty– sharp light of the countless stars filling the pre-dawn sky.  As the stars began to fade and the star that we are most familiar with began to rise and make it’s presence known to this day, I froze in “time” and looked out onto the Nantucket Sound with peace and joy.  The air show of the seagulls and other sea birds was only outmatched by the harmony of it all–with everything being exactly as it should be at that moment.  I hope you have a wonderful week ahead!  Peace~ M

November 8, 2009

Sound of Nantucket

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 8:53 am

On this beautiful Sunday morning, I hope you are well.  The temperatures here on the Cape are expected to be in the upper 60’s today, with abundant sunshine.  The body of water that you see above you is the Nantucket Sound, named the “far away island” the original Indian tribes coined centuries ago…   The island lies approximately 30 miles south-southeast of Hyannis Harbor and once was the home to one of the largest whaling profit centers in the world.  The United States banned Whaling in the early 20th century and the days of destroying the most magnificent mammels on the planet faded into lore and legend.  Today, Humpbacks, Finbacks, Right and Sperm Whales and several species of dolphin swim in peace off the Massachusetts coast, migrating from the Carribean where they mate, then moving North and feeding in the rich Stellwagon Bank during the summer season.  Around the time of the Revolutionary War, the thought of discontinuing whaling for moral reasons would have been considered not only a bad financial decision, but, moreover, a blow to the pride of the hearty souls who lived on this rock in the middle of the Atlantic.  The oil that was gained from the killing of whales, especially Sperm Whales, was the primary fuel source for the inhabitants of this fledgling democracy.  How did Nantucket survive without whaling?  Adapting. One could make the argument, using this microcosm of the larger macrocosm of the United States’ energy needs, that we too, in the 21st century, must do the same if we are to preserve the bigger picture, namely the entire planet.  We are all interconnected, with eachother, with our environment and our Creator.  Today, Nantucket is a thriving destination spot, albeit for the rich and famous, but thriving none the less.  History repeats itself because we did not listen to begin with, choosing the easier softer way for short term profits and individual gain.  The central question you must ask yourself is this–did the founding fathers of our great nation establish this country based on the collective or the single individual?  Or in this case, protecting the rights of Corporations over the rights of the citizens who maintain it.  Have a blissful Sunday!  Peace~ M

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