The author of Bolinas’ Measure G wears burlap around her legs and neck, and paints her face in dark chocolate sprinkled with black pepper. She’s lived on the streets and in the woods for ages. The measure she wrote reads:
“Vote for Bolinas to be a socially acknowledged nature-loving town because to like to drink the water out of the lakes to like to eat the blueberries to like the bears is not hatred to hotels and motor boats. Dakar. Temporary and way to save life, skunks and foxes (airplanes to go over the ocean) and to make it beautiful.”
Nobody really knows what it means, but the petition gained enough signatures to get those exact words onto the ballot. Early polls indicate the measure will probably pass.
2 Replies to “Good Karma Ballot”
I get it.
nature is primordial
that is not hatred