Picture of a freshly butchered hog the old man took at Cochon Butcher in New Orleans, he loved having them cart the carcass in through the packed dining room, he’s never seen anything like it in Chicago
There you have it, transparency.
If we are done with the old man’s vacation, okay, from the top then, beginning with Sally.
“I like the image of Rangjung Rikpe Dorje.”
“If we are talking about the Karmapa 1979 to 1991.
“Which is where Virginia and Karl come in with how their living room, in a Rogers Park three flat became Chicago KTC comes in.
“All of which brings us up to the present day, Ogyen Trinley Dorje, Chicago KTC, and how it ended up in Cicero, IL, of all places.”
“I’d rather not go there.”
“Let’s just focus on 1979 for the moment.”
I have to agree, all in good time.
End Scene. Fini.
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