I’m putting in long days at work and have less time to get into trouble, so fewer posts lately.
But I read the news and they keep messing with me, so I’ll get back to it this weekend.
Some things I wish I had time to blog about:
Last Saturday Beneficent Church spread Christmas spirit by having a lunch and inviting Downtown, special invitation to Crossroads and Occupy Providence. About 200 attended, minus volunteers we figure about 170 guests. Live music and a warm welcome were included.
The Toronto Star reports that an American has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison in Thailand for insulting the king. He was convicted of translating an unflattering biography of the king and posting it on his blog. I’ll get more on this important under the radar story.
NPR was reporting last night that despite ballot box stuffing, Vladimir Putin’s party did not got over 50% in the recent election. Is a Russian Spring on the way?
Occupy Providence continues to bear witness to the commitment of the people representing the 99%, and the strength of their supporters.
Gotta go now, catch you on Saturday.