The Santa Cruz Community has suffered a great loss. A young man taken from us in his prime.
Whatever the circumstances, this horrible violence has touched me and I don’t feel I conveyed the depth of my thoughts on the matter when I spoke of it previously.
When I was sixteen, I was really stupid. I didn’t know Tyler, and I have recently discovered some of my friends in fact did know Tyler or his family. I am making an assumption that perhaps teenagerist stupidity was at play in this stabbing based on myself, not Tyler.
I feel what must be said is that I believe in my heart of hearts that Tyler Tenorio rests in peace with God.
This young soul taken from us before his time.
My heart is with all those who have lost loved ones.
I apologize if any person took offense from my previous post in regards to Tyler. I was awarded an “Editor’s Pick” on Open Salon for my efforts, but in retrospect I should have expressed my emotions on the matter rather than pure dispassionate conjecture.
The King of Pop has passed away at the age of fifty. My condolences to the Jackson family in this time of grief. The hearts of the nation, of the entire world, mourn with you in this time of tragedy.
The man has left us, but The Legend will never die. He lives on in his fans across the world and across all cultures. His spirit lives with his vast contribution to popular music and music at large. He will be forever missed.
“The invasion of Iraq was a bandit act, an act of blatant state terrorism, demonstrating absolute contempt for the concept of international law,” Pinter said in his Nobel lecture, which he recorded rather than traveling to Stockholm.
“How many people do you have to kill before you qualify to be described as a mass murderer and a war criminal? One hundred thousand?” Harold asked, in a hoarse voice.
One more great man has passed on. We hardly knew ye Harold. Let your words and your writings live on by the generations behind you.
December 28th 2008
A true hero of America if there ever was.
‘Deepthroat’ they called him back when the mass media was young and I wasn’t even an idea yet.
While he was but a speck in a huge pile of corrupt politics, he was a voice of conscious in a storm of perversion.
Those blind to reviewing facts even to this day call him a “traitor.” Where do their allegiances truly lie? With the truth, or with whatever corruption their assume to impose upon them?
He spoke out to the free press to the American people about an issue that concerned them. The things he said that were factual led to bringing down a dangerous President.
Let it never be said unchallenged that Mark Felt should not go down in history as a great American and a defender of the people’s right to a lawful and ethical government.