Please give to the ASPCA/ 242 East 92nd Street/ New York, New York, 10128/ 1-800-628-0028/ firstname.lastname@example.org
There were 125 police deaths In The Line of Duty in 2014, 47 by gunfire. Source: Officer Down Memorial Page
Please give to the Police Protective Fund/ P.O. Box 1084/ Schenectady, New York, 12301/ 877-343-2477
Hate crimes per 100,000, 2012/ U.S. Department of Justice/ The World Almanac 2015
multiple races 135
Asian/ Pacific Islander 134
Native American 109
"other" religion 107
"multiple" religions 89
male homosexual 720
female homosexual 162
"other" ethnicity 334
Please give to the National Center for Victims of Crime/ 2000 M. Street, NW/ Suite 480, Washington D.C., 20036/ 202-467-8700
"Well, brothers and sisters you can put your head between your legs and kiss your ass goodbye because the 20th Century is more than a blink and a nod behind us now -- we are eons and kingdoms past its stone-age technologies -- we are in the future and it has us by our collective balls, even if you're a lady and your balls are theoretical in conversation but real by deed of action.
In fact, we have entered the era of the Thought Police, the Dream Rapers, the Electronic Frigging Banshees..."
Excerpt from The Electronic Frigging Banshees in the short story section of this website.
Lillith, Adam's first wife, made in the image of God.
Please support the National Organization for Women, 1100 H Street NW, Suite 300, Washington DC, 20005/ 202-628-8669
A carbuncle is a roiled mass of skin or a beautiful gem. The incredible gem is pictured in the logo below and at the bottom of the short story section...
Kevin O'Kendley is the owner of Carbuncle Moon, and the author of all original material -- cartoons, blogs, shorts, essays, articles -- on the website (there has been a very limited editorial input in some of my work). Quoted sources are noted. I am responsible for all posts.
Kevin O'Kendley: P.O. Box 172, Winterport, Maine, 04496, and 200 P Street, A-32, Sacramento, California, 95814, email@example.com.
Technical help is provided by an evolving computer genius, my son, Conor O'Kendley. A good kid with a great heart who can be reached at P.O. Box 172, Winterport, Maine, 04496.
Photography provided by a visual artist, my daughter, Caitlin O'Kendley, a young woman with a beautiful soul.
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