December 01, 2005


As Doctor Lenny perceives the world, tribes are making their way back into vogue. Over-stuctural meltdown, along with completely different planets of communication between urban and rural folk have led to a baffling dichotemy. Statists represent very few of the people, yet everybody by some covenance expects that their (statist) rule of law protects them(us), from any perceived minor grievance as long as we play by the rules. Who's rules?

I recall a period where it was said that ignorance of the law is no excuse for breaking the law - how in the world are we supposed to know what we are responsibile for when we can't even begin to define the over-lapping jurisdictions that we live under?

In order to retain the freedom of liberty and the constitution to progress forward, i now accept the title of diplomat, from the sovereign state of Zonia. Henceforth, Dr. Lenny represents the Zone in the pursuit of knowledge, wherever that takes us. For this afternoon it takes us into a Salinity Zone. At 12:55 pm - we will hold a salinity research group encounter in the lecturehall of the on-line school enrichment network. Connect through the link to Dr. Lenny's office. It is 9:55 am - we start in 3 hours.

Doctor Lenny strongly endorses the candidacy of Dan Hern for Douglas County Commissioner. Since Dan is a personal aquaintance that I have known for 10 years and seen in action working for the community, Doctor Lenny feels comfortable with withdrawing from the Douglas County Commissioner race. So the employment line on the resume can read former candidate, and currently diplomat, philosopher, research chemist, educator, poet and all around nice guy. (yeah right: lemme) this does not constitute any party endoresement - dan is welcome to represent the party party if he wishes to affiliate.

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