November 26, 2007
Back in office after four days at home. Felt good to veg out, and not fret over budgets, quotas, circ problems and upset subscribers, like this one:
Speaking of Redneck Behavior. . .
When the movie Gandhi came out in 1982 I wondered what would have happened if he had visited Arizona. So I did a doubletruck for New Times of Gandhi visiting local places like the Phoenix jail where guards had just been accused of using deadly chokeholds (1982). Here is Gandhi gettiing the chokehold greeting from the Phoenix press and police. (Hey Darryl, notice the cool hispanic guy, at left, with the blue eyes and great tie):
"The frangrance always remains in the hand that gives the rose."
—Heda Bejar (not a Mexican)
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