• Bus Stile Adventures - Diplomatic Cahiers

    Bus Stile Adventures

    Diplomatic Cahiers

    By

    Wes “ANON” Flexner

    I don’t know if it’s supply and demand. I don’t know if it’s Covid.
    I don’t know if Trump, and his friends are waging economic sanctions within our country for criticizing the January 6th attack. I don’t know if someone wants to punish Chairman of the Budget Committee Bernie Sanders for tweeting criticism of wealthy companies by name. I don’t know if this correlates with the raised wages at places like Kroger, and Walmart.

    I don’t know if this correlates with the fact Russia invaded Ukraine. Our country is supplying Ukraine with weapons which appears there is some sort of conflict between our country and Russia.

    I don’t know if Republican Governor Abbot blocking agriculture shipping which cost our country $240 million dollars had something do with with it.

    http://www.cnn.com/2022/04/17/opinions/greg-abbott-texas-border-policies...

    Texas governor reversed this costly block which Texas Agriculture’s Commission called "Political Theater."

    I can’t call myself Rosie The Riveter if the guy sanctioning The United States of America's economy is the governor of Texas.

    I pay 62 dollars for a monthly COTA pass. While I’ve looked at BP’s gas drop price from over 4 dollars to 3.65.
    I don’t eat that economic sanctions from Russia, Trump or the Q-Anon shamen.

    My Bus pass costs 62 dollars a month.

    If I am out later than 10....

    I Lyft, Uber or Dublin Taxi home.

    My new Litterature Engagee is Bus Stile Adventures. I finally recovered from Resistance writing to admit my graffiti name is ANON….if you haven’t known me for 20 years…or aren’t involved with graffiti history.

    Recently, I walked outside my house. I wanted to purchase Aspirin. It was over $5 dollars at a corporate owned store.

    I looked at my phone ...Whole Foods aspirin was under three dollars. I took the number 1 to the 33 and purchased aspirin.

    I was in a good mood. It was Easter.

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WCRS LP FM is Central Ohio's community radio station broadcasting soon 24-7 on 92.7 and 98.3 FM in most of Franklin County. WCRS is a service of The Neighborhood Network and a Pacifica Affiliate airing Democracy Now!, Free Speech Radio News and other syndicated public affairs programs in addition to locally made music, talk, and public affairs programs in English, Somali, and Spanish.

OUR MISSION

WCRS-LP FM is a non-commercial, listener-supported community radio station serving Central Ohioans, providing quality programming to:
•Promote personal and civic responsibility, informed action and thoughtful living;
•Challenge cultural and intellectual assumptions;
•Celebrate local cultures;
•Air alternative points of view and facilitate understanding through dialogue;
•To provide media training and to foster community empowerment and participation.
•To provide representation for under-served and under-represented constituencies
and viewpoints, and to provide news and information not commonly found elsewhere
on the airwaves.