"putrefactor" - rottenificator

Proposed Monument to the Putrefactor


This is added as a consequence of the comment I left. to open the thread, about what Oliver Stone thinks of such a monument for Chavez.

Thanks to a diligent reader Google maps, this breaker of privacy lists the address of Oliver Stone. From my reader that shall remain anonymous:
Oliver W Stone
1654 Mandeville Canyon Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90049-2524

Google Maps shows the neighborhood with a lot of tennis courts- a good
indication of affluence- and also swimming pools. I then looked up the
appraised value of the property: over $6 million, so it sounds like a

I have not located an e-mail for him.
As I replied to my reader, if you feel like mailing Oliver Stone a print out of this blog post, no insult, no adjective, with my mail address and an invitation to debate with me if he cares, I would be truly thankful.

Note: this is more worthy than what you think.  another reader sends me the links of the debate between Leopoldo Lopez and Oliver Stone at the Huffington post.  I post his mail below fro your enjoyment.

Please see this fascinating exchange that continues to unfold between Oliver Stone and a leading Venezuelan opposition leader.

In the latest column, Venezuelan activist Leopoldo Lopez issued a "friendly challenge" to Stone and invited him to "come live here for several months" in order to witness Venezuela's problems first hand.   The column is here:  <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/leopoldo-lopez/an-invitation-to-oliver-s_b_655996.html>

The column was written in response to an Oliver Stone opinion piece, titled "Responding to Leopoldo Lopez <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/oliver-stone/responding-to-leopoldo-lp_b_652925.html> ."   In the piece, Stone argued that criticism of Chavez was misleading and politically motivated.

Lopez had initiated the exchange in a Huffington Post column titled, "Why Oliver Stone is Wrong About Venezuela <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/leopoldo-lopez/why-oliver-stone-is-wrong_b_648212.html> ."

Lopez suggested that Stone "rent an apartment in an ordinary neighborhood.   Drive your own car, use taxis or public transportation. Don't use a bodyguard.  Don't rely on privileges that the average Venezuelan wouldn't have access to.  If it is possible, live as though you have no relationship with President Chavez."

Lopez added, "After that, we can have an honest conversation about what is happening in my country, and what we can do to give people the opportunities they deserve."

Leopoldo Lopez is one of the leading voices of the Venezuelan political opposition.  As the National Coordinator of Voluntad Popular, Lopez is the architect of a powerful new movement that promises to unite Venezuelans behind an alternative vision of democracy, free enterprise and social change.
You know, I will never tire to says that readers are what makes the worth of a blog, truly!  Thanks guys!