Even the cheapest laptops cost a thousand dollars back then and I had been on unemployment for more than a year around the time of that hearing, in part due to a writers' strike. So at home all I had was a massive desktop with massive monitor. Then all of a sudden I went back to work and somehow Unemployment owed me a thousand dollars in back payments. I didn't even know why.
Actually I'm still not sure…
There I was in 1994, bloated recovering from several addictions, in my mid forties, fifty pounds overweight, going to A-A meetings finally sober for more than two years, when I started remembering things and made that phone call to my sister. That was was another part of the perfect storm for me. I was sober for the first time in my life so able to think things through enough to call my sister. Almost all my life I've been estranged from my sister, and today am estranged from her again. But that one day in 1994 I was talking to her, and I called her to ask, did anything ever happen to you with Father Horne when you were little.
Today everything on the internet seems to be corporate managed and the small voices are barely heard, except for within small groups of other small voices. However, in the 1990s, we were able to get some great things done during that one small window of time, that perfect storm.
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