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Greg Parker

LHOCW VOL 2 now available

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Yep, saw that already....and not just Ferrie but the "fellow traveler" private anti-communist groups as well. CAP and then Ferrie's own CAP.....no wonder our heads tend to explode.

I think it's telling that Ferrie was using one kid as a courier in some venture (can't recall off the top) and then wanted to send him to Latin America on a mission...

Oz doing courier work for Tujague before joining Marines...

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Greg Parker,

As an 18-year-old in 1963, I observed certain thIngs.

There were high school sock hops. Belief in the U.S. Government.

There were also men's magazines. Not just "Playboy." But also from the late 1950s such offerings as "Rogue", "True", and "Men's Action".

Did Oswald dive into the world of men's magazines? I don't know.

I do know male American 17-year-olds believed in the U.S. Special Forces. And the Marines.

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Greg Parker,

As an 18-year-old in 1963, I observed certain thIngs.

There were high school sock hops. Belief in the U.S. Government.

There were also men's magazines. Not just "Playboy." But also from the late 1950s such offerings as "Rogue", "True", and "Men's Action".

Did Oswald dive into the world of men's magazines? I don't know.

I do know male American 17-year-olds believed in the U.S. Special Forces. And the Marines.

Sorry Jon, I don't speak Tiddinese.

Can you break it down for me? What have your adolescent reminiscences and generalizations to do with Oswald? Or my book on Oswald?

I read National Lampoon, sports and music magazines. My socks never hopped anywhere, but some did disappear mysteriously. I do know male Australian 17 year olds believed in cricket and football. And the beach and surf.

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Greg Parker,

As an 18-year-old in 1963, I observed certain thIngs.

There were high school sock hops. Belief in the U.S. Government.

There were also men's magazines. Not just "Playboy." But also from the late 1950s such offerings as "Rogue", "True", and "Men's Action".

Did Oswald dive into the world of men's magazines? I don't know.

I do know male American 17-year-olds believed in the U.S. Special Forces. And the Marines.

Sorry Jon, I don't speak Tiddinese.

Can you break it down for me? What have your adolescent reminiscences and generalizations to do with Oswald? Or my book on Oswald?

I read National Lampoon, sports and music magazines. My socks never hopped anywhere, but some did disappear mysteriously. I do know male Australian 17 year olds believed in cricket and football. And the beach and surf.

I believe I led told three lives xxxx when I was young.

That, and Odd Duck Mad Magazine, particularly the "Spy Vs. Spy" cartoons.

--Tommy :sun

Edited by Thomas Graves

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Thanks for clarifying that Parker. I thought I must have missed the chapter on "Oswald and Porn".

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Thanks for clarifying that Parker. I thought I must have missed the chapter on "Oswald and Porn".

Dime buttered cop porn at the Texas Theater!

Sorry, I couldn't .... resist.

--Tommy :sun

BTW -- Great books, Greg. I'm learning a lot from them. Highly recommended!

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Congrats Greg! I have read it, and it definitely puts some light in the dark of corners of the room. Can't wait for #3

Bill

Edited by William O'Neil

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Oh Tommy. :) You must try harder to next time. :)

Vanessa,

Resit arrest, I mean.

--Tommy :sun

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Congrats Greg! I have read it, and it definitely puts some light in the dark of corners of the room. Can't wait for #3

Bill

Bill, I was very pleased when I read Jeff's conclusion that the recruitment officer Marguerite encountered was most likely Ferrie.

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Thanks for clarifying that Parker. I thought I must have missed the chapter on "Oswald and Porn".

The next volume is the plain brown wrapper version.

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Thanks for clarifying that Parker. I thought I must have missed the chapter on "Oswald and Porn".

Dime buttered cop porn at the Texas Theater!

Sorry, I couldn't .... resist.

--Tommy :sun

BTW -- Great books, Greg. I'm learning a lot from them. Highly recommended!

Thanks Tommy! As always... check's in the mail...

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Oh Tommy. :) You must try harder to next time. :)

Vanessa,

Resit arrest, I mean.

--Tommy :sun

Oh Tommy. :) You must try harder to next time. :)

Vanessa,

Resit arrest, I mean.

--Tommy :sun

Speaking of crimes - I think you've committed a few felonies yourself, Thomas. :)

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"The next volume is the plain brown wrapper version."

Greg, uhh, How long is that "plain brown wrapper"

;)

Bill

It's not a thick book,Bill, but it is heavily illustrated.

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