Alex Jones, Loser

 UWY-CV18-6046437-SSHERLACH, WILLIAM v.
JONES, ALEX Et Al
 Prefix: X06Case Type: T50File Date: 07/06/2018Return Date: 07/24/2018

Although it’s not over yet, Jones has gone all out to lose the case. What is wrong with that man?

Dreams

Dreams

Legal Americans have dreams to raise
Their families, safe, prosperous, secure.
They have contributed and followed laws,
They’ve risked and sacrificed, deserving praise,
While those who put them down are immature
As kids who still believe in Santa Claus.
The criminals have had their days of fun;
Let lawful citizens be Number One.

~Day Williams

I heard a Fly buzz – when I died – (591)

I heard a Fly buzz – when I died – (591)

BY EMILY DICKINSON

I heard a Fly buzz – when I died –
The Stillness in the Room
Was like the Stillness in the Air –
Between the Heaves of Storm –

The Eyes around – had wrung them dry –
And Breaths were gathering firm
For that last Onset – when the King
Be witnessed – in the Room –

I willed my Keepsakes – Signed away
What portion of me be
Assignable – and then it was
There interposed a Fly –

With Blue – uncertain – stumbling Buzz –
Between the light – and me –
And then the Windows failed – and then
I could not see to see –

~Emily Dickinson

God Overall

God Overall
God overall
We’ll build the wall
As false idols fall
And villains brawl.

~Day Williams

JOSHUA CHAPTER ELEVEN

JOSHUA CHAPTER ELEVEN

1 When Jabin king of Hazor heard of this,

            He dispatched messages to other kings:

            King Jobab, who ruled Madon; Shimron’s king,

The king of Achshaph; 2 all the kings who ruled

            The northern hills; the kings of Arabah,

            Due south of Chinneroth; the lowland kings;

The kings who ruled the mountain areas

            Of Dor, off to the west; 3 the Canaan kings,

            Both east and west; the kings of Amorites,

The Hittites and the Perizzites; the kings

            Who ruled the Jebusite hill country; kings

            Who ruled the Hivites in the cities on

Mount Hermon’s slopes in Mizpah. 4-5 All these kings

            Came out with armies and united to

            Destroy the Israelites. Combined, their troops,

Their horses and their chariots, were vast,

            As numerous as sands on seashores at

            The Springs of Merom where they pitched their camp.

6 The Lord told Joshua, “Do not be afraid

            Of them, for by this time tomorrow they’ll

            Be dead. You’ll hamstring all their horses and

You’ll burn their chariots,” 7 so Joshua and

            His army suddenly attacked them at

            The Springs of Merom, 8 and the Lord gave all

That giant army to the Israelites,

            Who chased them as far as Great Sidon and

            A place called the Salt Pits, and eastward to

The Mizpah Valley, so no enemy

            Survived the conflict. 9 Joshua did as God

            Had said: he hamstrung all their horses and

He burned their chariots. 10 On their return,

            He captured Hazor and he put its king

            To death. (At one time Hazor had been head

Of all these kingdoms.) 11-12 Every person there

            Was slaughtered and the city was burned down.

            Then he attacked and decimated all

The other cities of those kings, and killed

            All the inhabitants, as Moses had

            Commanded long before; 13 yet Joshua did

Not burn the cities built on mounds, except

            For Hazor, which he burned. 14 The Israelites

            Did carry off the goods and livestock of

These cities, but they slaughtered all the people

            With swords ‘til they had wiped them out, not sparing

            A single one that breathed. 15 As God commanded

His servant Moses, so did Moses order

            Joshua, and Joshua did it; he left nothing

            Undone of all the LORD commanded Moses,

16 So Joshua took this entire land: the hills,

            The Negev and the Goshen region plus

            The western foothills and the Arabah,

Israel’s mountains with their foothills, 17 from

            Mount Halak, which does rise toward Seir, to

            Baal Gad in the Lebanon Vale down

Below Mount Hermon. 18 Joshua captured all

            Their kings and struck them down, and had them killed.

            For a long time he had to wage his war

Against these kings. 19 Except for Hivites living

            In Gibeon, no city made a treaty

            Of peace with Israelites, who took them all

In battle, 20 for it was the LORD himself

            Who made their hearts so hard they’d wage a war

            With Israel, so that he might destroy

Them totally and slaughter them without

            Mercy, as God had ordered Moses. 21 Then

            Joshua went and destroyed the Anakites

From the hill country: out of Hebron, Debir

            And Anab, from all Judah’s hills, and from

            Hill country throughout Israel. And Joshua

Destroyed them and their towns. 22 No Anakites

            Remained in Israelite dominions; only

            In Gaza, Gath and Ashdod did a few

Survive, 23 so Joshua took the entire land,

            As God had ordered Moses, and gave it

            As an inheritance to Israel

According to their tribal boundaries.

            The land then ceased from wars and took its ease.