Cris

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About me

Industry Communications or Media
Occupation writer/gardener or gardener/writer
Location In plain sight, everywhere, United States
Introduction I'm an unknown writer, retired; FIU grad--school of journalism/mass communication. Despite sending off scores of resumes, I never worked for any mainstream media organization. Supporting myself through a variety of low wage jobs, I understood at a young age that I was a wage slave. I wrote a book about it: Diary of a Wage Slave; it resides on a flash drive, unknown like its author. Never made much money but donated what I could at times, and threw myself into activism at other times. This blog will not be monetized. If you like what you read here, please consider making a donation to a righteous cause. Charity Navigator is a good place to look for one. No fiction here; all writing copyrighted 2006-2016. My writing may be shared with attribution. All blog photos share freely.
Interests Peace, freedom, forests, mountains, oceans, gardens, bikes, lizards, cats, occupy movement, real health care not wealth care; acupuncture and herbal medicine; Zen Buddhism; music, movies, books, agitating for a better tomorrow...
Favorite Movies Sicko, Rent, Scarface, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Color Purple, The Crow, Clerks 2, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest, Good Morning Vietnam, The Wizard of Oz, V for Vendetta, Donald Duck anything.
Favorite Music Way too many to list. Music, like love, should be shared.
Favorite Books "Night" Elie Wiesel; "The Monkeywrench Gang, " Edward Abbey; "The Jungle" Upton Sinclair; "A People's History of the United States, " Howard Zinn; "Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass" by Frederick Douglass. My unpublished books: "Diary of a Wage Slave, " 1998-2005 by Cris D'Angelo; "The Austerity Cookbook":(Eat like Royalty on a Peasant's Paycheck) by Cris D'Angelo;"Living in the Fringe;" a collection of short stories.In progress: "It Ain't Over Until the Cat Lady Sings."

You've just inherited a manufacturing plant that specializes in plastics. What are you going to make?

a garden