The John Penn Show

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John Osborne Penn of Quincy, IL. I am the voice you will hear on the speeches below. Please listen to everything in order. I ask that you please look past any distortion or imperfections on the audio files captured from my CDs to hear the point that I am getting at.

American Baptist Minister and civil rights leader and has won an honorable Nobel Peace Prize 37th President of the United States of America
Martin Luther King Jr. Richard Milhous Nixon
Martin Luther King Jr. Richard Milhous Nixon
35th President of the United States of America
KENNEDY
John F. KennedyJohn F. Kennedy says, “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.”

 

John Penn says, “Some of these jobs can be done in the USA or any country around the world.

sweeping

Sweeping

digging

Digging

Leaf Raking

Leaf Raking

Mopping

Mopping

Toilet Cleaning

Toilet Cleaning
Not too proud.

Shoveling Snow

Shoveling Snow

Payment for Jobs

And of course, exciting when you get paid.


John Penn at work.Police record, felony, probation, DUIs…anyone can do these types of jobs. God Bless.Continue on.
A PRACTICED HAND knows how to tackle the most strenuous tasks. Consier the Cologne bricklayer (above) photographed by August Sander in 1928, weighed down by 100 pounds or more. The carefully arranged bricks arch around and above his head. His raised left hand steadies the high-piled hod, while his right bends to his hip to balanace, creating a highly practical pose that also seems as formal as a heiroglyph. His head and shoulders are etched like a relief, but his legs are barely visible, so that the weighty load seems almost suspended, in defiance of physics. Only the young man's face--get on with the picture, I've got work to do--betrays the effort. By 1928, Sander was deep into his own Herculean task: documenting all the 'types' in German society--bankers, gypsies, doctors, artists, innkeepers and hundreds more, including a 'kipetic studies researcher' photographed in his skivvies. Sander had no problem stopping men and women on the street, or in the fields. 'People of the 20th Century' (Schirmer/Mosel, 807 pages, $125) includes 619 portraits taken over four decades, during which Sander's homeland changed profoundly. His famous 'Young Farmers,' dressed for a dance in spring 1914, seem gawky and innocent; boys in a similar photograph a decade later look both younger and worldly-wise. And 15 years after that, a 'Young National Socialist' stares out sternly. Sander photographed his subjects with formal objectivity and a sculptural sensibility. Long after camera technology had moved on, he continued to use glass negatives and exposures of as long as six or eight seconds. This is why the bricklayer's right hand is slightly blurred--the stoic figure staggering just slightly beneath his load.

A PRACTICED HAND knows how to tackle the most strenuous tasks. Consier the Cologne bricklayer (above) photographed by August Sander in 1928, weighed down by 100 pounds or more. The carefully arranged bricks arch around and above his head. His raised left hand steadies the high-piled hod, while his right bends to his hip to balanace, creating a highly practical pose that also seems as formal as a heiroglyph. His head and shoulders are etched like a relief, but his legs are barely visible, so that the weighty load seems almost suspended, in defiance of physics. Only the young man’s face–get on with the picture, I’ve got work to do–betrays the effort. By 1928, Sander was deep into his own Herculean task: documenting all the ‘types’ in German society–bankers, gypsies, doctors, artists, innkeepers and hundreds more, including a ‘kipetic studies researcher’ photographed in his skivvies. Sander had no problem stopping men and women on the street, or in the fields. ‘People of the 20th Century’ (Schirmer/Mosel, 807 pages, $125) includes 619 portraits taken over four decades, during which Sander’s homeland changed profoundly. His famous ‘Young Farmers,’ dressed for a dance in spring 1914, seem gawky and innocent; boys in a similar photograph a decade later look both younger and worldly-wise. And 15 years after that, a ‘Young National Socialist’ stares out sternly. Sander photographed his subjects with formal objectivity and a sculptural sensibility. Long after camera technology had moved on, he continued to use glass negatives and exposures of as long as six or eight seconds. This is why the bricklayer’s right hand is slightly blurred–the stoic figure staggering just slightly beneath his load.

STOCKING THE PANTRY.  John Penn, a worker for Quincy Catholic Charities, helps unload food donated by Oldies Superstation 106.7 Thursday afternoon at the agency's downtown Quincy facility.  Phil Alexander, the station's general manager, said about 2,000 pounds of food was collected at Sam's Club last weekend by Boy Scout Pack 70, Troop 4, and Girl Scout Troop 5189 of Loraine and Mendon.  A similar food drive in Missouri will run through Dec. 6 at Abel's Quik Stop locations, Alexander said.

STOCKING THE PANTRY. John Penn, a worker for Quincy Catholic Charities, helps unload food donated by Oldies Superstation 106.7 Thursday afternoon at the agency’s downtown Quincy facility. Phil Alexander, the station’s general manager, said about 2,000 pounds of food was collected at Sam’s Club last weekend by Boy Scout Pack 70, Troop 4, and Girl Scout Troop 5189 of Loraine and Mendon. A similar food drive in Missouri will run through Dec. 6 at Abel’s Quik Stop locations, Alexander said.

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The audio files below talk about jobs, making money, new ideas along with helping the economy, without raising taxes and instead create taxable income in the United States and the World. This is just a few ideas that I thought you could listen to so you can make new taxes without raising anyone’s taxes. You can take it from there. God Bless You. –John Penn

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First of all I would like to say “God bless you”, and thank you for taking the time to read this information and God bless you greatly again for listening to the CD’s with love. You may have never heard of me, John O. Penn, but I have been getting letters from the President of United States of America Mr. Barrack Obama to the embassy of the Phillippine Islands to 1/5 of the governors of the United States of America. They all say my CD’s are marvelous and great and they say I should keep on pushing in the righteous direction and I would like you to have an ear to the same information. Jobs, Economy, Money, Funds, Thoughts and Ideas you have never heard of that you and the public can make a living off of and a great living. God in my heart is telling me to send these CD’s to you at no charge, if these recording’s give you the thought to produce or make some of these ideas real or talk to someone else about them, I can love you and if you think they are worth your time, you can if you think it’s beautiful, I would love if you can send a donation to John O. Penn, P.O. Box 0164, Quincy, IL 62306. And so I can continue helping the people and the world like Africa and Asia, and as I have said many times God bless you and I’ll let you take it from there. AMEN.




Standing 44th President of the United States of America, 2009–
Barack Hussein Obama
Barack Hussein Obama
This is my gift to the President of the United States.

This is my gift to the President of the United States, Mr. Barack Obama.  Many children and long life.

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A gift for President Barack Obama of the United States of America and the world, many children and long life.

World's Oldest Woman Article

Francisa Mota is an astonishing 131 years old, the world’s oldest woman–yet amazingly, she’s never been to a doctor in her life. “Whenever I’m sick I drink herbal teas and pray to God–He’s the only Doctor,” says Francisca, a white-haired Brazilian farm worker. “And He’s taken care of me until now. It’s true that my legs are ailing me…but with all the walking I’ve done in my life, maybe my legs are just on vacation.” Born to a slave mother on Feb. 28, 1852, Francisca toiled all her life under the broiling sun as a field worker on Brazilian rise plantations. “She was out in the fields with us until she was 120,” her cousin Bebeto Freitas told The ENQUIRER. “It’s amazing. Age means nothing to her. She’s worked all her life–it’s in her blood. When her legs started giving her problems, you know what she did? She had us take a bench out to the fields and she harvested rice while sitting down, from dawn to dusk.” Neighbors urged Francisca to see a doctor about her weak and ailing legs, but she just shakes her head, “no.” “I just don’t take to these doctors and hospitals,” Francisca said. “I went to a hospital once to visit a friend and the feeling inside was worse than in a cemetery. I think people go to a hospital when they’re ready to die–and that’s just not my case. I’m 131 and have never thought about dying. I answer my pain with prayer. I simply like to live. And I’m sure that when God feels I’m no longer useful here, then my time will come to go to heaven.” Francisca’s family moved to Morrinhos when she was 10. Her farmworker father, a drunkard, later abandoned his wife and 11 children, and Francisca grew up in grinding poverty. As a young woman, Francisca married a man selected by her mother and they had 12 children. One sun was murdered at age 16 and the other children have all died, she said. Francisca now lives with two cousins in a ramshackle wood hut with a dirt floor and a makeshift wood-burning stove. Francisca is getting by on a meager government pension. “I’m poor and have never gone to school,” she said. “I don’t drink or smoke. I’ve really done nothing special to live all of these years except to pray a lot and help as many people as I possibly can. But the real key to long life is the desire to live.” To authenticate her age, the Brazilian government researched old records and conducted interviews with some elderly people in Morrinhos, according to Jose Antonio de Costa, who is in charge of the town’s public records office. “There are many 80- and 90-year-old people here who can remember Francisca as an adult woman when they were children,” explained Costa. Maria Reis, a census clerk with Brazil’s Institute for Geography and Statistics, also declared: “Francisca’s birth certificate was researched by our agency during the 1980 census and we verified all of the information that was on it. The certificate is authentic and her age is really 131.”

 

 





This is a continuation of the front letter [above]. The first picture [below] you are looking at is a water container site or water reservoir, which can supply 100,000 people with good water. We know people are starving all over the world and the first thing man has to have is water, then food and of course trash pickup. This first little note is on water and what I know about water is you can dig under the earth just about anywhere and find water. I say build 5 to 10,000 of these water sites around the world. This can bring jobs, money, and taxes and save life...to the people. Someone has to build these and that means mass jobs and a purpose. My audio files on this matter explain more in detail and if you get in touch with me I can explain this and in more depth. Sometimes I hate to say this, but if you can make a billion dollars throw John Penn a million or any amount can help us save the people of the world from dying. I love you very much. With God's speed, John Osborne Penn.

This is a continuation of the front letter [above]. The first picture [below] you are looking at is a water container site or water reservoir, which can supply 100,000 people with good water. We know people are starving all over the world and the first thing man has to have is water, then food and of course trash pickup. This first little note is on water and what I know about water is you can dig under the earth just about anywhere and find water. I say build 5 to 10,000 of these water sites around the world. This can bring jobs, money, and taxes and save life…to the people. Someone has to build these and that means mass jobs and a purpose. My audio files on this matter explain more in detail and if you get in touch with me I can explain this and in more depth. Sometimes I hate to say this, but if you can make a billion dollars throw John Penn a million or any amount can help us save the people of the world from dying. I love you very much. With God’s speed, John Osborne Penn.

 

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This Second Situation. And the second thing man needs to live, is food.  I will try to make this letter short as possible.  Africa has wild animals running wild, I say collect these pigs like in the picture and make these animals mate and eat these hogs, fish and so on, there should be no starvation almost anywhere.  We Americans just about eat everything in this country. Why can't they?  I don't want to be hard but this is a serious matter and God loves us all.  These are our brothers and sisters.  Me, John O. Penn loves you too.  If we collect these animals that means work and jobs and taxes and money in that country and maybe you can take care of yourself and be more independent and we all can be happy. Third and Final Situation of this Information.  I would like to get straight to the point, we of the United States of America are ranked 7th or 8th or something like that in the richest of countries in the world.  And I would like to say we still don't have the slightest idea, sometimes where to put the garbage.  Now if we have 200 to 300 or so countries in the world, where do you think country #79 or country #152 or better yet country #240 in wealth puts their garbage.  Who knows?  I say and I say put it in a live volcano and your garbage is gone.  And if you listen to my audio files, "The John Penn Show" you will find many ideas that can be developed and made real and God Bless You.  And if you feel this information is valid and can make millions and trillions of dollars, give John Penn a dollar or two.  We can all be happy and healthy.  God Bless you.  John Penn

This Second Situation. And the second thing man needs to live, is food. I will try to make this letter short as possible. Africa has wild animals running wild, I say collect these pigs like in the picture and make these animals mate and eat these hogs, fish and so on, there should be no starvation almost anywhere. We Americans just about eat everything in this country. Why can’t they? I don’t want to be hard but this is a serious matter and God loves us all. These are our brothers and sisters. Me, John O. Penn loves you too. If we collect these animals that means work and jobs and taxes and money in that country and maybe you can take care of yourself and be more independent and we all can be happy.
Third and Final Situation of this Information. I would like to get straight to the point, we of the United States of America are ranked 7th or 8th or something like that in the richest of countries in the world. And I would like to say we still don’t have the slightest idea, sometimes where to put the garbage. Now if we have 200 to 300 or so countries in the world, where do you think country #79 or country #152 or better yet country #240 in wealth puts their garbage. Who knows? I say and I say put it in a live volcano and your garbage is gone. And if you listen to my audio files, “The John Penn Show” you will find many ideas that can be developed and made real and God Bless You. And if you feel this information is valid and can make millions and trillions of dollars, give John Penn a dollar or two. We can all be happy and healthy. God Bless you. John Penn

These are all animals in Africa.  Bush Pig.  Warthog.  Giant Forest Hog.

These are all animals in Africa. Bush Pig. Warthog. Giant Forest Hog.

African Buffalo and Aoudad

African Buffalo and Aoudad

Cape Hare, Unstriped Ground Squirrel, Savanna Hare, Cape Ground Squirrel

Cape Hare, Unstriped Ground Squirrel, Savanna Hare, Cape Ground Squirrel

Ducks

Ducks

Ducks in Africa

Ducks in Africa

 

Rhinoceros
Rhinoceros

 

Antelope in Africa

Antelope in Africa

Turkeys, Chickens and other birds

Turkeys, Chickens and other birds

Grouse, Prairie Chicken

Grouse, Prairie Chicken

Many type of fish, including piranha

Many type of fish, including piranha

More types of fish from Africa

More types of fish from Africa

Jesus Christ says, “Give a man a fish, he’ll eat for a day. Teach a man how to fish, he’ll eat for a lifetime.”

Get you a good meal with your pay check.

Get you a good meal with your pay check.

Volcano picture and article about active volcanoes

Volcano picture and article about active volcanoes

Article about New Zealander Geoff Mackley's trip a quarter mile into a volcano crater.

Article about New Zealander Geoff Mackley’s trip a quarter mile into a volcano crater.

John Penn taking out the garbage.

John Penn taking out the garbage.

 

How are you doing and I hope you are succeeding in your political endeavors or what you intended to pursue when you first got in office. I am the same John Penn that sent the CD's in November 2011. Which I hoped that can help you ease some of the burden off yourself and the public economically and financially and being Godly we can make people righteous and happy all over the U.S.A. and the world. As you have not heard from me in 6 months I have been having financial problems myself. If I may make an appeal for money to continue trying to do the right thing and do better, as I have heard and read some of the letters and people talking and that have responded to my information, I would like to say thank you. If you can donate to this and you think the information is warranted a donation I would like to thank you again. And I am writing this letter to see if this is possible I can go on forever but I would like to say I think you can understand. Hope to see and hear from you soon. Sincerely yours, God Bless You, Best Wishes, From John Penn.

How are you doing and I hope you are succeeding in your political endeavors or what you intended to pursue when you first got in office. I am the same John Penn that sent the CD’s in November 2011. Which I hoped that can help you ease some of the burden off yourself and the public economically and financially and being Godly we can make people righteous and happy all over the U.S.A. and the world. As you have not heard from me in 6 months I have been having financial problems myself. If I may make an appeal for money to continue trying to do the right thing and do better, as I have heard and read some of the letters and people talking and that have responded to my information, I would like to say thank you. If you can donate to this and you think the information is warranted a donation I would like to thank you again. And I am writing this letter to see if this is possible I can go on forever but I would like to say I think you can understand. Hope to see and hear from you soon. Sincerely yours, God Bless You, Best Wishes, From John Penn.


If you have any thoughts, comments, observations or just want to make a donation, please get ahold of John at the address below:

John O. Penn
P.O. Box 0164
Quincy, IL  62306
USA

 

This is John Penn signing out.  I hope this is a blessing and your pastor will see you in church Sunday.  Good night.  God Bless.


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Johnny Penn says, “Don’t miss out.  Get or use your bible, education, and common sense.  Jesus knows!  God Bless.  Good night.”