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I am retired, now a professor emeritus at University of Louisiana at Lafayette, where I taught in the English department for 37 years. I've written 4 chapbooks and 5 full-sized books (all listed as poetry though many include other genres as well), including _Sheer Indefinite: Selected Poems, 1991-2012 (Univ. of New Orleans Press, 2012). I've also written a 500+ page bibliography of three contemporary poets: Robert Creeley, Ed Dorn, and Robert Duncan. I am writing now, both fiction and poetry, more now than ever. My first vote for President of the United States was for Dick Gregory in 1968 (Bowling Green, Ohio). Favorite quote: "It's easy to be an idealist if you don't have to mind the evidence, but no one said it was supposed to be easy" (Richard LaPauvre).

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Profiles in Crazy, XXXX. . . . Please come CAPTION PresiDented Trump!!!

Donald Trump is saying: "Listen; a national emergency is whatever the hell I say it is!"

Profiles in Crazy, XXXIX. . . . Please come CAPTION PresiDented Trump!!!

PresiDented Donald Jerk-off Trump is saying: "Once The Soviet Union was part of Afghanistan, but it began to raise too many terrorists, it was the climate or something, so Russia had to go in so they could bankrupt the Soviet Union, and then they could break away and declare independence, and it's been that way ever since. But it's a different day than our Fourth of July, like most people would expect . . . I probably could have been a great history professor, but who knows . . .?"


Above CAPTION based on t he mishmash of history-like comments the Trumpster made at his 1.2.19 press conference as covered by Newsweek:


Humpty Trumpty

Humpty Trumpty

Humpty Trumpty wanted a wall
Over ten feet wide and a hundred feet tall
Despite most voters, both women and men,
Who told him "Forget it," time and again.

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