Monthly Archives: July 2013

REMEMBERING RICH, ONE OF THE GOOD GUYS

Remembering Rich, One of the Good Guys (Journal Entry: Saturday July 27, 2013, 5:43 pm) By Jorge Antonio Vallejos At 4pm today I found out that Sifu Richard Wong died. He smashed into a tree while riding an ATV.  He … Continue reading

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VLOG: SUBSCRIBE TO BLACK COFFEE POET

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SUBSCRIBE TO THE BLACK COFFEE POET BLOG AND YOUTUBE CHANNEL!!!

Wednesday July 24, 2013 Dear Readers, Do you know that you can subscribe to blackcoffeepoet.com for FREE?  Do you know that I have a YOUTUBE Channel that is a companion to blackcoffeepoet.com? You can subscribe to my blog by clicking … Continue reading

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ACCEPTING OPINION EDITORIALS AND LETTERS TO BCP

Monday July 22, 2013 Dear Readers, Every couple of months I post a callout for opinion editorials and letters.  Read the callout below and take the opportunity to express yourself and get published: Do you have something to say about … Continue reading

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VLOG: RANDOMS: THOUGHTS, EXPERIENCES, AND QUESTIONS

This video blog is a companion to my new series Randoms where I share my thoughts, experiences, and questions at random! Watch, SHARE, Tweet, and Comment. Enjoy! SUBSCRIBE to the Black Coffee Poet YOUTUBE Channel: Poetry, interviews, VLOGs, readings, roundtables, … Continue reading

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RANDOMS: THOUGHTS, EXPERIENCES, AND QUESTIONS

Randoms: Thoughts, Experiences, and Questions By Jorge Antonio Vallejos This is the first of a new series I’m doing where I list random thoughts, questions, and experiences of mine. Of course, the list is in no order; it’s random!  Let … Continue reading

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OP ED: LAUGHTER AND ORGASM: IS MAINSTREAM SCIENCE CATCHING UP TO INDIGENOUS WISDOM?

Laughter and Orgasm: Is Mainstream Science Catching Up To Indigenous Wisdom? By Zainab Amadahy Earlier this year I visited Rotorua, considered the geothermal capital of Aotearoa (the land now known as New Zealand).  Prior to the arrival of European colonizers … Continue reading

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