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Sunday, June 28, 2020
El Pendejo In Cactusland & Ocotillo Fire Doc Crew
June 28, 2020 Had fun with a whimsical piece this morning.
Daily Whip Out:
"El Pendejo Wanders Through Cactusland"
I am working with videographer Bill Watters to produce a documentary on the Ocotillo Fire. Here we are yesterday, interviewing two fire survivors, Fran and Mike Douglas.
Thankful for good neighbors: Mike & Fran
Another take on Erasing History
"When people suggest tearing down statues is 'erasing history,' I must point out that there are no statues of Adolf Hitler but his history has not been erased. Point being; historical figures do not need statues in order to be remembered, for better or worse." —James Mills