For anyone reading this and who didn't know, Carl “Huti” Reynolds died (after chronic health problems) sometime towards the end of 2021. Huti was co-founder of TPF as a non-profit organization (refounded as an NPO, in 2009), and served as TPF vice-chair for a while, as part of the TPF executive cttee.
On behalf of everyone at TPF, we send our condolences to Jean Mcmahon. Just reach out if you need anything, Jean.
If someone knows of an obituary published, please let us know. In the photo attached below: Huti (on the right), brandishing the Veterans for Peace flag, 17 Sep 2007, at Lafayette Sq., for the antiwar March on Washington.
There is, apparently, no word for “goodbye” in Cherokee. (I don't speak Cherokee) Instead, Cherokees reportedly say “donadagohvi” which means, “'til we meet again.”
We're doing o.k. this time around, tho i can't say i've gone anywhere.
The kids have been off school and today had their first Cyber School Day.
Tomorrow should be 'fairly' back to normal, tho i may see if Steve can bring the kids in.
Sounds like you have a nice neighbor to save you from being in the "Scary" Dark!
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