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joined on 11/06/03
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I'm a community organizer, who has founded or co-founded several social and community service groups.
I'm just trying to be happy and help make others happy, too.

PS: I'm always interested in meeting interesting people, so if you find anything here to your liking, be sure to email me.
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My Testimonials

June 11, 2006
David is cuddly, smart, giving, sympathetic, fascinating, honest, and can always read my mind whether I like it or not (frigin' soul mates)!
March 21, 2005
Be David's friend.

You'll like it.
October 14, 2004
David Kaye is a man deeply and passionately in love. Very rarely do you ever see someone so honestly smitten. The lucky object of his affections....The city of SAN FRANCISCO.
And like any good lover he knows her completely, lives for her moods, and would put everything on the line to defend her honor.
Her music, art, politics, history, health and betterment are always on the very front of his mind.

Go ahead... have a talk with him. You'll even see it in his eyes.
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WASHINGTON, DC (AP) -- In a move that stunned the public broadcasting world, donations are down for the third straight quarter. The $60 donation, the mainstay of public radio and TV broadcasting, has all but disappeared. The reason: Tote bags.

"Ever since Safeway, Kroegers, and other nationwide chains have begun to offer cloth shopping bags to reduce shopping bag waste, our numbers are down," according to Bishop Joey of the First Ch... read more
Tue, April 1, 2008 - 3:44 PM permalink - 1 comment
It's 10 days past the Mark of the Beast and we're still here.

Runaway Truck Tramps (fun honky-tonk)
Jinx Jones & the King Tones (awesome rockabilly!)

Stork Club Oakland
2330 Telegraph near West Grand

Door at 9, $7 cheap

And see the East Bay's largest Barbie Doll collection, get cheap but filling drinks, all that.

By Car from SF: Take the FIRST exit from the bridge (I-880) and take the very first turnoff from that b... read more
Fri, June 16, 2006 - 6:53 PM permalink - 0 comments
I'd like to say thanks to the people who came to last Friday's show and the people who performed, notably Lord Loves A Working Man, Japonize Elephants, and Knees & Elbows. I've received many many positive comments in the days since, and it makes me feel really good to have been able to help expose people to some of the most brilliant performers the Bay Area has to offer.

It's funny how all this stuff works because there's always the assumption that someone somewhere is getting rich off ... read more
Tue, May 30, 2006 - 11:20 PM permalink - 0 comments
A couple people wrote me asking, hey, what about legal FMs? Well, there are still a few spaces to shoe-horn in legal FMs. They'd be low-power and not within a number of miles of San Francisco.

For example, a group applied for an FM in Moss Beach (that's near Half Moon Bay) a few years ago, and the FCC gave them a license. At this point it's largely a matter of building it out. The station, KLSI will operate on 89.3 with 80 watts. The antenna is directional so as not to interfere wit... read more
Mon, May 22, 2006 - 6:42 PM permalink - 0 comments
Richard Tuck is a guy who has always been in love with showbiz. Back in the day I used to go visit his Garage Roxie in El Cerrito, a garage converted into a movie theatre, with real full-sized projectors and a screen with curtains that opened and closed.

And, insatiable showman that he is, he bought the Circus Chimera, a traveling big-tent circus.

But, that still wasn't enough.

A couple years ago, Richard had the back of his office on San Pablo Avenue available for whatever, a... read more
Fri, April 28, 2006 - 5:44 PM permalink - 0 comments
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