Friday, August 9, 2013

The Late Dennis Rice preaching in prison


Thank you, pastor Jimmy Lee of Bullhead City, AZ. We at Eviliz are sorry for the loss of your friend.





23 comments:

ColScott said...
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ColScott said...

A drugged out nobody who left his as young as 3 year old children with a bunch of druggies on a ranch to eat worms while he worked to help release some mass murderers? Yeah I am very fucking sorry for his loss.

In real life finding "Jesus" sleeping on your kitchen stove doesn't forgive the unforgiveable, as Mr. Charles Denton Watson and Susan Denise Atkins found out the hard way.

Suze said...

People can change, Col. I think his conversion was real, even though it was an extreme jump to the other end of the continuum. He must have had some void that could only be filled by something other than his family.

As I understand it his wife & children more than forgave him.

I wish the ones who went on to careers & normal lives would speak up. Their accounts would be quite fascinating. Preaching doesn't resonate with me.

Panamint Patty said...

He's baaa-aaaack...

Patty is not big on preaching either, Suze. However when Dennis says "Hope is real," Patty likes that a lot.

Trilby said...

I agree with the Col.'s sentiments on this one. That picture of Rice's young daughter, in raggedy clothes with incredibly deep dark circles under her eyes just sickens and infuriates me. Her eyes in that photo have a wordliness and weariness that you usually see in a, well, woman my age (50). I don't really believe redemption applies to pimping out your kids to the likes of Clem.

Panamint Patty said...

Well, Trilby, that's the story we have always been told, anyway.

on another note, Thank you Colonel for reminding us that today is "THAT" day. Nicely stated.

Max Frost said...

Did they really eat worms?

Matt said...

"That" day is a big one. Beside the horrific Tate murders:
1995 - Jerry Garcia Dies
1945 - Nagasaki
1974 - Ford becomes Pres. after resignation
378 - Goths defeat Rome at Adrianople

Panamint Patty said...

Shit Patty had forgotten that about Garcia (Mr. Patty likely has not).

And she wishes she'd been there to see the goths kick ass. They probably looked fabulous while doing it.

william marshall said...

Love this blog but was expecting a tribute or some other Headline today as Matt said the big day.
Col and I have butted heads in the past but probs to him to his tribute on his blog glad to see you back Col.
A prayer today for the 5 victims and Jerry
Peace all have good wknd

Doc Sierra said...

Matt said...

378 - Goths defeat Rome at Adrianople
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That must have been one interesting battle..... You know, swords, horses, Marilyn Manson music playing in the background.....

Panamint Patty said...

@Doc Platform boots don't fit so good in stirrups lol
@William, sorry re: no big tribute this year. Besides, the Colonel said it so good, there's not much more to say.

Maggie said...

I always remember the dates, yet have forgotten important dates in my own life.

Maggie said...

I always remember the dates, yet have forgotten important dates in my own life.

Doc Sierra said...

Panamint Patty said...

@Doc Platform boots don't fit so good in stirrups lol
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I found that out when I was in my 20s and was a freelance gynecologist......

Stacey L. said...

I went to El Coyote last night, then up to the Tate house, said a prayer than came home....saw a few people walking up the road. It was cool how the people I saw were of all ages.

Max Frost said...

Any '90 year olds there?

william marshall said...

I'll be finished the new book tonight discuss it with Matt then tell everyone what I thought of it

Stacey L. said...

@Max
Probably not the hill is pretty steep up to the house.

Panamint Patty said...

Stacey, did you say there was a seance or something?

Jenn said...

I couldn't get to LA this year on the dates, but about every other year I try to arrange my schedule to be down there. I trapse up Cielo, have a little silent moment, and leave.

Jenn said...

I couldn't get to LA this year on the dates, but about every other year I try to arrange my schedule to be down there. I trapse up Cielo, have a little silent moment, and leave.

Stacey L. said...

@Patty--
I was with some friends and one of them knows David Oman(not sure if that's how you spell it)and after EL Coyote we ended up stopping by his house. A bunch of people were doing paranormal investigations, but I'm not into that at all. We actually left after about 15 minutes.