[Buddha-l] Outlaw karma
donnab at hawaii.edu
Fri Feb 11 17:18:57 MST 2011
Oh, dear. If the U.S. follows the plan of Dr. Hayes I will end up a
woman without a country unless the monarch can be reinstated.
Unfortunately, there are many people who claim to be the rightful
inheritors of the topmost position of Hawaiian monarchy. One of them,
along with his friends, temporarily occupied Iolani Palace fairly
recently. He didn't manage to actually sit on the throne because he
couldn't find the throne room.
Have a safe and joyful day,
donna Bair-Mundy, Ph.D.
Instructor, LIS Program
Information & Computer Sci. Dept.
Hamilton Library, Room 003-B
2550 McCarthy Mall
University of Hawai`i at Manoa
Honolulu, HI 96822
Voice: 808-956-9518 Fax: 808-956-5835
<donnab at hawaii.edu>
On Thu, 10 Feb 2011, Richard Hayes wrote:
> It looks to me as if it's about time to apply the last-in-first-out
> principle in the United States. Let's say the last four states to join
> the union should be asked—nay, required—to leave. That would be Alaska
> (bye-bye, Sarah), Hawai'i (bye-bye, Barack), Arizona (the Tohono
> O'odham, Diné, Tiné and Hopi will be glad to get their lands back) and
> New Mexico (adios, amigos). Let's face it, none of those places want to
> be part of the United States anyway, and Old Glory would look a hell of
> a lot less cluttered with 46 stars instead of 50.
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