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MoJoRiSin 03-29-2009 02:36 PM

we should figure out how to send this guy
birthday greetings (on April 9th) he will be 81
in my view, he is practically a living saint


(see also RC saint of the day fo today march 29)

MoJoRiSin 03-30-2009 10:14 PM

the beautiful thread:

MoJoRiSin 03-31-2009 08:29 PM


MoJoRiSin 04-01-2009 10:04 PM

>>mo's favorite was the
google tisp
one from

Stephi_B 04-02-2009 11:23 AM

Momo for Mo !

MoJoRiSin 04-02-2009 08:16 PM

inspiration for someone (mo's middle name)
it is next on my list,
I am a very slow reader
I am only halfway through m.n.i.r
but am enjoying it to no end !! :)
....But the reason I read it time and again was because of Momo and her two best friends, the old man and the young man, who are so completely different from each other; The turtle Cassandra, the forest of clocks, the one hour flowers...I can't stress enough how much you need to buy this book.
^amazon review
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"Les Misérables contains many plots",............
.... "story starts in 1815, in Toulon. The peasant Jean Valjean has just been released from imprisonment in the bagne of Toulon after nineteen years: five for stealing bread for his starving sister and her family, and fourteen more for numerous escape attempts. Upon being released, he is required to carry a yellow passport that marks him as a convict, despite having already paid his debt to society by serving his time in jail. Rejected by innkeepers, who do not want to take in a convict, Valjean sleeps on the street. This makes him even more angry and bitter. However, the benevolent Bishop Myriel, the Bishop of Digne, takes him in and gives him shelter. In the middle of the night, he steals the bishop’s silverware and runs. He is caught, but the bishop rescues him by claiming that the silverware was a gift and at that point gives him his two silver candlesticks as well, chastising him to the police for leaving in such a rush that he forgot these most valuable pieces. The bishop then tells him of the promise, (one Jean has no recollection of making), to use the silver to make an honest man of himself. As Valjean broods over these words, he inadvertently[dubious – discuss] steals a child's money when the boy's coin rolls under his shoe[dubious – discuss]; he chases the child away (Petit Gervais). Soon after, he finds the coin under his shoe, realizes his mistake[dubious – discuss], and decides to follow the bishop's advice. He searches the city for the child whose money he accidentally stole. At the same time, his theft is reported to the authorities, who now look for him as a repeat offender. If Valjean is caught, he will be forced to spend the rest of his life in prison, so he hides from the police."
~copy and pasted from Wkipedia
^mo has never read this or see the musical
but was thinking of it earlier this afternoon

MoJoRiSin 04-02-2009 09:01 PM

images: what's on your mind?


Brynn 04-03-2009 01:02 AM

Mo! My favorite movie is Danish:
"Babette's Feast" (from a short story by Isak Dinesen). you should watch that sometime.

MoJoRiSin 04-03-2009 09:27 PM

Brynn !!! thank you to the moooon !!!

I have copy and pasted the last paragraph of the wiki
and sent it to someone dear to me....


it is #1 in my queue! : )

I read a review of this movie a couple of years ago
but at the time it did not sound interesting at all.....
thank you so much for sharing this....

this movie,
as it turns out,
is right up my alley! ;)

YsaPur EsChomuw 04-04-2009 12:45 AM

Nice new avatar! :):D;):D:)

MoJoRiSin 04-04-2009 12:48 AM

^ why thank you Ysa
I was inspired by Anna's
Q.D. reply
did you notice you could clik on that image
(opf nothingness)
and it would connect you with a short youtube
"cool!" i say ; )

Jack Flanders 04-04-2009 03:25 AM


Originally Posted by Brynn (Post 408958)
Mo! My favorite movie is Danish:
"Babette's Feast" (from a short story by Isak Dinesen). you should watch that sometime.

^ Perfect film!!! Also watch the Swedish film by Bergman "Fanny and Alexander."

MoJoRiSin 04-04-2009 03:00 PM

this is for you
(you know who you r)


MoJoRiSin 04-04-2009 04:34 PM

in the beginning it does feel exactly like that

MoJoRiSin 04-05-2009 08:45 PM

i found this near the bottom of the page that Lukku
gave us a link for earlier :::

At the end of the best ending of Persona4, the heroes witness the purified Heart of Mankind; an Eden with ...yes, the Tree in the center.
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then a link from the bottom of that page
to this one....

that made mo laugh since there is every possibility in the world that this guy is related to her ::


"Hamman is sometimes called the strongest man in America and was the first American to lift over 900 pounds (408 kilograms) in the two combined weightlifting events. Since 1997, with the exception of 2002, he has won a gold medal at every American Senior National Championship. From 2004 he holds every American weightlifting record in his class."
copy and pasted from :

MoJoRiSin 04-06-2009 01:34 AM

mo is making a solemn vow
to not sit down in front of this computer
except for between
4 and 5pm pst
for at least 30 days
starting tomorrow
>>something about a bear goes here<<

MoJoRiSin 04-06-2009 08:26 PM

^^^^^ Fanny and Alexander is now at the top of my queue, I am anxious to revisit that one, as I remember correctly I was bored with that one and didn't completely watch the entire VHS.... however now that I have read a propper synopsis I am very anxious to see it...

I have moved all the Sven Nykvist
films (that I have not seen) to the top of my list at netflix...

MoJoRiSin 04-06-2009 08:31 PM

more boring stuff.....
(1689–1755). The French political philosopher Montesquieu developed the theory that governmental powers should be divided between executive, legislative, and judicial bodies. In the late 1780s his theory became a reality when it was adopted as one of the fundamental principles of the U.S. governmental system.

MoJoRiSin 04-06-2009 08:45 PM

hopefully mo is not too sequential...
if so then i am asking for forgiveness
believe it or not i never "get"
those until later as i am falling asleep
or sometime i awake in the night to
>>i never purposely put my posts in sequential order<<

MoJoRiSin 04-06-2009 08:45 PM

bye everyone.....

YsaPur EsChomuw 04-07-2009 07:31 AM

♪ Do, Re, Mo, Jo, Ri, Sin, Hi ♪

MoJoRiSin 04-07-2009 08:17 PM

^ that made me giggle for sure :)
so Hi=Te Do?


MoJoRiSin 04-07-2009 08:18 PM

Francis needs and american entourage as well
who shall ring him up?

MoJoRiSin 04-07-2009 11:21 PM

Speaking of Francis
it is his birthday today
now that IS a coincidence
Francis Ford Coppola (born April 7, 1939)

YsaPur EsChomuw 04-08-2009 12:06 AM


Originally Posted by MoJoRiSin (Post 409171)
^ that made me giggle for sure :)
so Hi=Te Do?

No, no, 'Do' is Do, as in the beginning of Do Re Mo Jo Ri Sin Hi and then Do again, but not necessarily.

MoJoRiSin 04-08-2009 09:00 PM


Originally Posted by YsaPur EsChomuw (Post 409187)
No, no, 'Do' is Do, as in the beginning of Do Re Mo Jo Ri Sin Hi and then Do again, but not necessarily.

well ok do... do follows, that makes more sense ; )
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i just got here


i am takin' the day off

yours truly,

zero 04-10-2009 05:03 PM


Originally Posted by MoJoRiSin (Post 409211)
i am takin' the day off

yours truly,

yo mo

yours sincerely,


MoJoRiSin 04-10-2009 08:07 PM

yours = everyones

Originally Posted by zero (Post 409277)
yo mo

yours sincerely,


those were the days !

with blessings and kind regards,

yours sincerely,


MoJoRiSin 04-11-2009 09:04 PM

images, what's on your mind II .


zero 04-12-2009 10:43 AM

^did you make that mo yourself ?good sculpturing! also, i'd just like to say
i have the honour to remain, mrs JoRiSiN, your most humble and obedient servant

MoJoRiSin 04-12-2009 08:25 PM

no zero i agree i do not believe in that either
(and also no, i did not sculpt that stature either ~"~)

the opposite of that would be this(v see below) :: no?
The Renaissance (from French Renaissance, meaning "rebirth"; Italian: Rinascimento, from re- "again" and nascere "be born")[1] was a cultural movement that spanned roughly the 14th to the 17th century, beginning in Italy in the Late Middle Ages and later spreading to the rest of Europe. The term is also used more loosely to refer to the historic era, but since the changes of the Renaissance were not uniform across Europe, this is a general use of the term.
As a cultural movement, it encompassed a rebellion of learning based on classical sources, the development of linear perspective in painting, and gradual but widespread educational reform. Traditionally, this intellectual transformation has resulted in the Renaissance being viewed as a bridge between the Middle Ages and the Modern era. Although the Renaissance saw revolutions in many intellectual pursuits, as well as social and political upheaval, it is perhaps best known for its artistic developments and the contributions of such polymaths as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, who inspired the term "Renaissance man".
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whats a polymath?
so mo clicks on that ::

A polymath (Greek polymathēs, πολυμαθής, "having learned much")[1] is a person whose knowledge is not restricted to one subject area. In less formal terms, a polymath (or polymathic person) may simply refer to someone who is very knowledgeable. Most ancient scientists were polymaths by today’s standards.[2]

The terms Renaissance Man and, less commonly, Homo Universalis (Latin for "universal man" or "man of the world") are related and used to describe a person who is well educated or who excels in a wide variety of subjects or fields.[3] This idea developed in Renaissance Italy from the notion expressed by one of its most accomplished representatives, Leon Battista Alberti (1404–72): that “a man can do all things if he will.” It embodied the basic tenets of Renaissance Humanism which considered man empowered, limitless in his capacities for development, and led to the notion that people should embrace all knowledge and develop their capacities as fully as possible. Thus the gifted men of the Renaissance sought to develop skills in all areas of knowledge, in physical development, in social accomplishments and in the art

~both definitions are from W. P.

ps in mo's books all the floks who post regularly here on the ze frank message board are that
(very knowledgeable)
>>>>folks, i meant folks.... :confused:
at any rate,
Happy Easter everyone..
more later

MoJoRiSin 04-14-2009 11:54 PM


MoJoRiSin 04-15-2009 08:16 PM

article in my local paper re: poetry month
post something that mede you laugh today ::

"Write it on a sheet of clean paper and hand it to her, and as she reads it, put your hand on her shoulder so that you're right there when she turns to embrace you."
~g. keillor

you know who you are::
the one in high school
who excelled at prose :)

MoJoRiSin 04-19-2009 06:11 PM

mermaids don't swim laps
Lapps would swim after mermaids

MoJoRiSin 04-20-2009 09:40 PM

(the good ones make up for the bad ones)

YsaPur EsChomuw 04-21-2009 12:41 AM



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MoJoRiSin 04-21-2009 01:48 AM

^ :D Ysa, I found those photos because of you !
you are right the link is toast but if you google
boston zoo photos you can find them
I have friends in Boston too
my best female friend in fact
(small world)
thanks again for posting the fox in box
that was you wasnot it?

YsaPur EsChomuw 04-21-2009 04:55 AM

No, it was trisherina.

MoJoRiSin 04-21-2009 03:53 PM

sheesh what i meant to say was
Thank You Trisherina !!

mo most definitely has

early altzheimers

if it weren't for you people she would be in the same boat as the
altzheimer nuns

on another front ::
what the frig do you expect to happen when you subsist on fast good and all that sodium? ;)

"restless leg syndrome
According to the Restless Leg Syndrome Association and the results from brain tissues at Johns Hopkins Medical... this problem is from not enough B6 and iron... I had this problem after a surgry-- was given Neurontin and had balance problems... when I took the iron and B6 pills they sometimes give after a surgery... the problem disappeared.. "

"I also find that magnesium and potassium help"

MoJoRiSin 04-21-2009 06:08 PM

over and out
(as hard as it is to say)

ps "once you become enlightened you annot become unenlightened"

s is the eighth letter
and h is the 8th letter from the end
0 is 0

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