Friday, April 22, 2016

Better late than never.

To Raj Pattel:
Several weeks ago U touched on “More Food for the World.” Just now I find time 2 gv U my mini thought on subject.

Yes. Necessary in many countries. Not in the USA. This country has plenty to feed everyone. What we need here is thoughtful, humane, practical management of our supplies.  Tons of food are thrown away every day by individuals, restaurants, hospitals, air lines, supermarkets where a manager told me they won’t let anyone hv their left overs because once a person who received them became ill and sue the company.  It can happen. So lawyers, managers have to get together and study the situation. It would be well worthy it.  Just look at the nightmare we have with garbage right now. Meantime the number of homeless, hungry keeps growing. Let’s try better management of our supplies. 

Saturday, April 16, 2016


                            COMING to FLOREY’S
                                                                               OPEN MIC 
                                      Bring goodies, drinks to share.
                                 Invite your friends, family, neighbors.      
 Laureate Youth Poet of San Francisco Public Library in 2013.

Julieta Fuentes Roll is a San Francisco writer and poet. She is 14 years old and in 2015 she selected to attend the Creative Writing (CW) Department at The Ruth Asawa SF School of the Arts High School. Currently, she is a Freshman student and will be participating in the CW show this coming Tuesday April 8th at 7pm, 555 Portola Dr. San Francisco. Reading and writing stories and poetry has been her passion since her early years. She was named a Laureate Youth Poet by the San Francisco Public Library in 2013 and has been part of the young writers at 826 Valencia for many years. She loves the work of Neil Gaiman, Ernest Hemingway, Walt Whitman, and Carlos Fuentes.

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