quicksilver

Quicksilver Times was an antiwar, counterculture underground newspaper published in Washington, DC. Its first issue was dated June 16, 1969, with Terry Becker Jr., a former college newspaper editor and reporter for the Newhouse News Service, the main instigator in the founding group of antiwar activists. It ran for 3 years, with its final issue (vol. 4, no. 9) appearing in Aug. 1972. Publication was irregular and during the latter part of its run it was publishing once every 3 weeks.[1] It was a member of the Liberation News Service and the Underground Press Syndicate. Quicksilver Times was one of several anti-government underground papers of the period now known to have been infiltrated by government informants.–Wikipedia

don’t know what his final career path was.

God & I

Pastor Jesse Johnson
I got that license plate back in 95 or 96. The ironic thing about that license plate—I wanted it to say GOD & ME. A good friend of mine, I don’t’ know if you know him, Pastor Hayes, Rupert Hayes, anyway, he had GOD & ME, so I couldn’t get that. So I had to change it to GOD & I. What made me get those license plates was in 1994, my wife passed away. She had sugar real bad and she passed away. I just felt so alone, so therefore I say, “Well, Lord, it’s just You and me.” Just God and myself. And a commemoration to her, I had the license plate GOD & I. Because on my other car I had her initials and my initials on it. So as a commemoration to her, now it’s just God and I. That’s why I keep that license plate.