I did some street piping in Roseburg on Friday, October 9, in conjunction with Obama's visit in celebration of a fellow mulatto invader's murder of nine young White natives of the town. Overall, my message was well received by the townspeople.
After I had been there a while, a window opened on the second floor above my truck and an amplifier appeared. It soon began to pump out the sounds of Neil Young's Keep on Rockin' in the Free World. The music added a synergistic ambience to the street scene below and more townspeople flowed into the area to see what was going on.
I hope it will be as memorable for them as I expect it will be for me.
Today's work involved a visit to the Roseburg, Oregon, Veteran's Hospital, which is about 75 miles south of our home. Freeway traffic was receptive to our message. We received several enthusiastic thumbs up from young White people, which we really enjoyed. The old White men and bureaucrats at the Veterans Hospital were nonplussed. They are wary of the realization that all their misdirected heroism, as well as that of their immediate forebears, was exploited by their government in a proxy war of White genocide.
During our visit we roamed halls decorated with photos of the Enola Gay, whose claim to fame is having dropped an atomic bomb on defenseless civilians at Hiroshima. Others featured planes enshrined in glory for their role in the burning of European women and children.
Oh, glory days. Long live Rounder.
I attended an open house at the new Springfield Justice Center today with my old friend and mentor, Valdas. We arrived and parked at 10:00AM and took the grand tour. Afterwards, we walked down the street to the Planktown Brewery and enjoyed a beer together.
Being of a conservative mindset, and having just completed a tour of the police station and jail, including a demonstration of the intoxilyzer, we did not feel it was appropriate to drive the truck back home, and we therefore elected to walk. I will return to the justice center, this evening, when I am in a completely sober state of mind and body, to retrieve the truck. Until then, I will bask in the comforting knowledge that it is being well looked after by Springfield's finest men in blue.
Life is good.