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The little flower was Jewish.
Laguardia must be some real big subject. The fraud-parent had mentioned him frequently. I’ll try to put the link to the photo with him and FDR around the time of the 1939 World’s Fair in NY’s opening.
Also, I’m thinking (3/11/19) that there’s likely a link from the medieval days’ Rene d’Anjou down to Laguardia and thence to the “French Connection” because “Laguardia’s type” seems to be regular distributors of this brain-chemical underworld industry as a “street drug” and to that effect/s.
Also, last week I’d just seen a copy of this picture I’d tried to draw not long ago of the car used in some kidnap attempt of myself maybe in 1965, and now I’ll go look to see if I can find it again and get it in here to at least get started finding the place to bring up this subject:
I can’t find the car picture, will get back to this.