· (One other thing to note: The lettercol discusses issue 3, and reader Raphael Adley points out the issue of the ejector seat being in Travis's plane, when he clearly already had ejected. The editor says that it's a matter of their being two ejector seats, and Travis was sitting in the other one when he exited the plane the first time.)
by Raphael Adley. Whirlpool, what a Wac company. Whirlpool, it's a natural catastrophe. Whirlpool, it drags you under the sea. what they do to Benton Harbor they can do to you and me. What have they done to your city? they took your jobs but not your dignity. your elders sent to rot in prison.
Raphael Adley of Occupy Lansing read his poem targeting Whirlpool. which is published below. The march concluded with a picnic and rally at a shelter on the Jean Klock Park beach. Police accompanied the march in large numbers.
Job Number L-590 First Line of Dialogue or Text Thank you! Bringing back Warlord was the best thing DC has done all year! Indexer Notes . Letters from readers - Dan Wooten, Raphael Adley and Tom Galloway - and responses from Jack C. Harris.
Raphael Adley reads his poem on the steps of the Benton Harbor city hall May 26, By Raphael Adley Whirlpool, what a Wac company Whirlpool, it’s a natural catastrophe Whirlpool, it drags you under the sea what they do … Continue reading →
Saturday and Sunday night, Raphael Adley and Linda Zarebski, both members of Occupy Lansing, racked up eight citations between them for refusing to vacate the downtown Lansing park across on Capitol Avenue across from the Capital Area District Library. They both also received a citation in May for the same offense, bringing the total to ten.