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Happy Auschwitz augmented

“I read today 1/8/8 that a marine in Iraq threw a puppy off a cliff I will not draw puppies being thrown off cliffs I will not even watch it I’m still trying to get over Auschwitz and you’re throwing puppies off cliffs” view larger see also “Happy Auschwitz” more art more work on wood […]

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creatures of context

What have I learned from the dogs? That I bark when I see the postman. That my hunger is insatiable. That at root, I am a creature filled with joy. or click on the pidgeon to home please write to me at normanallandr@yahoo.ca www.normanallan.com Bookmark It Hide Sites

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faciliated and spontaneous movement

Facilitated and spontaneous movement (fsm) is a therapeutic technique for sore joints and muscles. I have posted a video introduction, perhaps worth a look, though we do hope to improve on this presentation soon. So take a look at facilitated and spontaneous movement: take one. or click on the pidgeon to home please write to […]

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In Ted Allan, my father: part two, I talk about his history with his sister Sadie, which he wrote as a play, I’ve Seen You Cut Lemons, directed by Sean Connery, which he and Jiohn Cassavetes later adapted as the play and film, Love Streams. I also talk about Leonard Cohen and the Bourgeois Blues […]

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part one of a videoof me, Norman Allan, talking avbout my father, Ted Allan, and Norman Bethune, and The Spanish Civil War, and Hemmingway, and Gerda Taro. you can also find films of other matters on my video page or click on the pidgeon to home please write to me at normanallandr@yahoo.ca www.normanallan.com Bookmark It […]

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Come Clouds: a poem (the video)

Come Clouds: a poem (for the video of the author reciting this piece, click here Come Clounds come clouds now that we are ready eclipse our too planned joy tomorrow we will plan again today’s already gone along with childhood back into the vaults of would be might and when grey clouds blue clouds peach […]

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