“Because you are alive, everything is possible.”
– Thich Nhat Hahn


Richard’s Items

1. GOP 2016 Trump Boston Globe

1. GOP 2016 Trump Boston Globe








2.  Meet Joshua Monroe, the Man Who Makes Nude Trump Statues









3. Trump ring

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4. obama summer reading list










5. ‘Law & Order’ actor Steven Hill dead at 94











6. Fox News faces another sexual harassment lawsuit








7. Golden gun once owned by Nazi leader Göring is up for auction










8.  North Korea test fires ballistic missile from submarine







9. Tesla’s new model as fast as a Ferrari or Porsche

10. Italian mayor: Much of town ‘no longer exists’ after quakes









Debbie’s Items

Debbie Jennings WASP one sheet FINAL














michelle picMichelle Belmont is an English teacher working in Shizuoka, Japan. Just 30 miles from the summit of Mt. Fuji, Michelle enjoys listening to radio and staring out her window at Mt. Fuji at sunset. She is currently working on furthering her teaching career, transitioning her gender, and collecting rare Japanese tech from the 80s and 90s.






DEBBIE JENNINGS has followed the WASP and their story since meeting her first Woman Air Force Service Pilot over twenty years ago. In 2004, Debbie spent nine months with the Seattle area Women Air Force Service Pilots developing the largest WASP exhibit in the country, located at the Seattle Museum of Flight. At the 2006 WASP Conference in Portland, Oregon, Debbie was a producer and interviewer for sixteen WASP interviews filmed by Vulcan Productions/Paul Allen’s Flying Heritage Collection. Additionally, Debbie was asked in 2007 by the local PBS channel to do a ten minute interview with a local WASP to be aired before the Ken Burn’s documentary series The Ward as Pacific Northwest War Stories. Through years of attending WASP reunions and developing friendships with WASP and their families, Debbie has unique access to materials and surviving WASP members who trust her. She has contact with General Hap Arnold’s grandson and other major character’s families to seek permission to use their stories. Debbie feels the time is critical to put this long-awaited project into motion.




2 Comments so far:

  1. James Miller says:

    It is sad that you would publish such trash as the Trump statue article. The Media have ditched all efforts at appearing as news reporting professionals. What if YOU were to run your science in such a way? Reputations are EVERYTHING, and yours is being made/altered with everything you say or do, this low-point included. Sorry Richard, ‘ just had to tell you that. “Proceed with caution” is good advice for all of us, these days. Love your show. Always supportive of all the great good you do.

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