Blunt was a well known jazz drummer throughout Massachusetts, starting as a boy with the former Saxtrum Club in Worcester and continued until the time of his death.
Blunt was a world traveler and an underwater cinematographer, diving on ship wrecks in Lake Huron, and photographing coral formations in the Caribbean and off South America and the manatee migration in Florida.
Blunt and his son, Richard, installed a domed underwater habitat in Lake Quinsigamond, the first in Worcester County.
INVESTIGATION: Police and fire experts outside the damaged Blunt
home in Abberley, Worcestershire.
Indeed, it is very difficult to believe that Blunts critique of Picasso and surrealism was not intended by him to demonstrate his full adherence to the "vision" of Stalinist annihilation of the independent radical intellect.
Green traces out, and, following the method of justification by spurious explication, supports Blunts arguments against Picasso.
There are, I believe, several lessons to be drawn both from Blunts campaign against surrealism and Picasso and Green's fawning reconstruction of it.
Blunt inserted an amendment into a bill establishing the Department of Homeland Security a few years ago, which helped Philip Morris, a client of Perlman's at the time.
Shesgreen pointed out that Blunt had avoided the lavish trips provided legislators, of the sort that DeLay has happily taken, but she neglected to pick up on a story about corporate airplanes helping cement the close relationships that lobbyists and legislators often have.
BLUNT WAS SIX CREDITS AWAY FROM being awarded a master's degree in 1999 from Temple University.
Blunt represents a small pool of African American critical care nurses--fewer than 4%, according to the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses in Aliso Viejo, California.
Blunt, a native of Worcester, had lived in Shrewsbury since 1948.
Blunt received 35 awards for his work, including three keys to the City of Worcester, and in 1984, was named "Man of the Year" by the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles Police Association.
Blunts homosexuality involved the life-long abuse of intellectual and social inferiors, picked up and swiftly discarded once the rough-trade encounter was over.
There is something hilarious about Blunts adoption of Soviet realism, his inability to know what to think about Picasso and modernism, or his admiration of hack artists of the day, like the justly forgotten Peter Peri.