November 27: This Day in Discordian History

The Idle Warriors by Kerry W. Thornley, published by IllumiNet Press, 1991

On this date in 1963—in the aftermath of the JFK assassination—we find the first mention of Kerry Thornley’s The Idle Warriors, his novel based on Lee Harvey Oswald and life in the Marines during the Cold War era. Thornley’s observations at this time about his old Marine Corps pal would—not long after—form the basis of his Warren Commission testimony and his subsequent book titled, appropriately enough, Oswald.

This was today in Discordian history.

November 27, 1963, News Orleans States-Item masthead.
Courtesy of the Discordian Archives.

November 27, 1963 New Orleans States-Item article on the JFK Assassination
with the first reference to the Kerry Thornley's The Idle Warriors.
Courtesy of the Discordian Archives.

November 27, 1963 New Orleans States-Item article on the JFK Assassination final part.
Courtesy of the Discordian Archives.

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