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The drama of Admiral Arnold lies in elements beyond his poetry – yet the tone of Admiral’s newspeak is perhaps the only language that will outlive the Memoirs of Zeus, within the context of untutored magic … And we see a keen love for womanhood. Perhaps the latter is a part of his theme, for Admiral has a love for female softness that transcends the fact that his mind wanders up every woman’s dress, feels her crop and searches for her essence … In the poet’s own words:  “Love both colored and blinded my eyes…”

— Ahmos Zu-Bolton II, Poet, Professor, Literary Critic

I must declare – based on my own personal experience and my “none-college” but “street-wise” education, you’ve left Anthony Quinn, Warren Beatty, Jack Nicholson, John Kennedy, Henry Miller, Valentino, Don Juan, Cassanova and even Romeo in your amorous dust! And Mister Taglito Wanderer or Admiral Pat Arnold, or whatever you call yourself – you can quote me on this in one of your romantic books as Wilt “The Stilt” Chamberlain’s favorite “Good ol’ gal.”

— “Wilt The Stilt” Chamberlain’s favorite “Good ol’ gal”

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