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trisherina 04-22-2009 01:25 AM

Oh! You're welcome. :)

zero 04-22-2009 02:41 PM

hi mo i just read all the posts in mo's posts. it felt like.. well, you know when you used to listen to an old radio, and just sometimes, maybe if it was late at night and you were alone in the car or in bed, you would slowly turn the dial around and hundreds of broadcasts of voices, music and electrical sounds - some of them from faraway lands - would come momentarily drifting in and out of focus? well it felt a bit like that. in a good way. i might do it again sometime. mo's posts - it's a veryvery thing.


actually now that i'm thinking of these matters, i've reminded myself of this tune by holger czukay. i always loved it for the same reason - because there are bits of the tune where he's mixed in some snippets of "late night de-tuned" radio stuff i'm talking about. it's nice music too. a wee bit sad-sounding, a wee bit happy-sounding, a wee bit peculiar-sounding. i always think the guitars in it are very small too - maybe about the size of matchsticks. hope you like it anyway.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubq4ngGx2sc

yours faithfully

-=zero



.

MoJoRiSin 04-22-2009 10:05 PM

my mind forgets all this crap from day to day
you know to make room
for new thoughts
PLEASE PLEASE
never never
read my old stuff
it will never make sense

out of context
***************************

t means cross eyed person ? :)
****************************

stay with me and everything will be hunky dory
(who else alive has the balls to say that ?)
****************************************
in the starbucks near my home
they post art from kindergarteners on the walls
for decoration
the teacher had them
draw penguins
on tiny blocks of ice
maybe 3 steps by 3 steps
do you get the picture?
how can they be innocent
when they believe the earth
is toast in the
may king?

treekisser 04-23-2009 10:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zero (Post 409775)
hi mo i just read all the posts in mo's posts. it felt like.. well, you know when you used to listen to an old radio, and just sometimes, maybe if it was late at night and you were alone in the car or in bed, you would slowly turn the dial around and hundreds of broadcasts of voices, music and electrical sounds - some of them from faraway lands - would come momentarily drifting in and out of focus? well it felt a bit like that. in a good way. i might do it again sometime. mo's posts - it's a veryvery thing.


actually now that i'm thinking of these matters, i've reminded myself of this tune by holger czukay. i always loved it for the same reason - because there are bits of the tune where he's mixed in some snippets of "late night de-tuned" radio stuff i'm talking about. it's nice music too. a wee bit sad-sounding, a wee bit happy-sounding, a wee bit peculiar-sounding. i always think the guitars in it are very small too - maybe about the size of matchsticks. hope you like it anyway.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubq4ngGx2sc

yours faithfully

-=zero



.

That is a very intriguing piece of music, zero, and your decription of it is right on target. Many thanks.

MoJoRiSin 04-28-2009 01:26 AM

copy and pasted from W.P.
************************************************** **************"By an Act of Parliament of 1559 Elizabeth was made "supreme governor" of the realm "in all spiritual and ecclesiastical things", in other words, head of the Church as well as of the State. During the early years of her reign no great pressure was put on Catholics to conform to the "Established Church" of the new regime, but the situation changed rapidly from about 1570 onwards, mainly as a result of various events in England.

First there was the Northern Rising of 1569, an unsuccessful rebellion by Catholics in the north of England seeking the restoration of Catholicism and the release of the imprisoned Mary Queen of Scots, the Catholic cousin of Elizabeth and in Catholic eyes the rightful heir to the English throne."
SHEESH !! WHATA FRIGGIN MESS!

monkeyknifightz 04-29-2009 12:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MoJoRiSin (Post 409824)
my mind forgets all this crap from day to day
you know to make room
for new thoughts
PLEASE PLEASE
never never
read my old stuff
it will never make sense

out of context

But what if everything is new to me? May I read it then?

Stephi_B 04-30-2009 07:24 AM

.... & Bussi on Mo's her belly for accelerating recovery!!

MoJoRiSin 04-30-2009 08:22 PM

^^ MKF reading those previos mo's posts
will get you
nowhere
********************************
Stephi_B
thank you for you kind wishes
i am not coughing or sneezing
mostly achy muscles and sleeping around the clock
less fever today,,,

MoJoRiSin 05-01-2009 09:33 PM

maybe its mono??

mo's flu is 88.7% better so
it just lasted 2+ days
she did not have any coughing or sneezing
although her daughter developed a cough
AFTER her flu turned in to strep throat
and antibiotics were started
but that is better now too
yay! nothing deadly here : )
ps the aide to president obama who
got the other flu and spread it to his child
he (the child) felt well enough to go back
to school on the third day

zero 05-02-2009 07:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MoJoRiSin (Post 410360)
maybe its moon??

tell mo i like her tumblr too & she should do more with it (just saying)

MoJoRiSin 05-02-2009 08:21 PM

righty-o

will do

************************************************** *
as far as the tumblr thingy
so far there is no rhyme or
reason to it other than
to have an easy way to upload
images to share with
youse guys

however i will share my password with anyone who
may like to get a dialog going

MoJoRiSin 05-08-2009 08:07 PM

not related to any story line or any post
whatsoever :: = :>
"The Taming of the Shrew is an early comedy by William Shakespeare believed to have been written between 1590 and 1594.[1] The play begins with a framing device, often referred to as the Induction, in which a drunken tinker named Sly is tricked into thinking he is a nobleman by a mischievous Lord."
~w.p.

Odbe 05-08-2009 11:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MoJoRiSin (Post 408644)
looking up henry darger on wikipedia

may I recommend harvey danger also

MoJoRiSin 05-10-2009 05:02 PM

^ yes, why yes you can...
Thanks Odbe. :)
**************************************
I just read this: (v see long quotation below)
and have something to say about it...
THIS SORT OF THING HAPPENS TO MOI ON AN ALMOST DAILY BASIS!
thanks be to you*
(you know who you are)



"In his book Synchronicity (1952), Jung tells the following story as an example of a synchronistic event: "A young woman I was treating had, at a critical moment, a dream in which she was given a golden scarab. While she was telling me this dream, I sat with my back to the closed window. Suddenly I heard a noise behind me, like a gentle tapping. I turned round and saw a flying insect knocking against the window-pane from the outside. I opened the window and caught the creature in the air as it flew in. It was the nearest analogy to a golden scarab one finds in our latitudes, a scarabaeud beetle, the common rose-chafer (Cetonia aurata), which contrary to its usual habits had evidently felt the urge to get into a dark room at this particular moment. I must admit that nothing like it ever happened to me before or since."
~W.P.

MoJoRiSin 05-10-2009 08:27 PM

posting this for trivia porpoises::

http://www.mcmenamins.com/index.php?loc=3&id=56

it's teatime where are you?

zero 05-11-2009 12:39 PM

there goes mo she's at it again with another of her telepathtastic tellings - yes these very days i've been reading one after another after another of paul auster's stories

MoJoRiSin 05-11-2009 08:28 PM

mo is no scholar, not in any way whatsoever
 
^ i will have to be honest with you, :)
i was assuming, when i posted that ^
taht all of those writers
were native french speakers ~"~

MoJoRiSin 05-14-2009 08:34 PM

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/new...cle6211261.ece
(mo is partial to the old ones)


i love youse guys

ps
if any of you regular posters ever wonders
if mo understands
how brilliant you are
i do

zero 05-15-2009 01:40 PM

hi mo!

12"razormix 05-15-2009 03:53 PM


she wasn't talking about you..

obviously.

zero 05-15-2009 04:06 PM

:( och

12"razormix 05-15-2009 04:09 PM

:) aye

zero 05-15-2009 04:21 PM

when mo comes by she'll clarify

MoJoRiSin 05-15-2009 08:52 PM

zero i was not thinking that i loved
"everyone in cyberspace"
no, i meant something different

here is an image of who i love ::

((well, sort of))

http://www.freewillastrology.com/horoscopes/aquarius.html

MoJoRiSin 05-16-2009 02:48 PM

mo sees her mistake now ~"~
the meter is important


A Luc Bat Poem
A luc bat poem is such
You need not say so much at all
Simple words can enthral
It can be simple and small or big
An epic thingamajig
Alter words make them fig or fit
The poetic licence bit
Just like that line of **** or ****
Whatever, give it a bash
Now my mind I must thrash and beat
And turn these humble feet
So first and last line meet and touch

~The biki
http://www.thepoetsgarret.com/Challenge/lucbat.html
__________________

MoJoRiSin 05-16-2009 04:33 PM

until
mañana
over and out

ps here is the mac computer's
entry for
"quote"
ote |kwōt|verb [ trans. ]1 repeat or copy out (a group of words from a text or speech), typically with an indication that one is not the original author or speaker : hequoted a passage from the Psalms | [with direct speech ] “The stream mysterious glides beneath,9 D Melinda quoted | [ intrans. ] when we told her this she said, and I quote, “Phooey!”• repeat a passage from (a work or author) or statement by (someone) :the prime minister was quoted as saying that he would resist all attempts to “sabotage” his government | he quoted Shakespeare, Goethe, and other poets.• mention or refer to (someone or something) to provide evidence or authority for a statement, argument, or opinion : they won't be here at all in three years time— you can quote me on that.• ( quote someone/something as) put forward or describe someone or something as being : heavy teaching loads are often quoted as a bad influence on research.2 give someone (the estimated price of a job or service) : [with two objs. ]the agent quoted a fare of $180.• (usu. be quoted) Stock Market give (a company) a quotation or listing on a stock exchange : an organ ization that is quoted on the Stock Exchange.noun1 a quotation from a text or speech : a quote from Wordsworth.2 a quotation giving the estimated cost for a particular job or service :quotes from different insurance companies.• Stock Market a price offered by a broker for the sale or purchase of a stock or other security.• Stock Market a quotation or listing of a company on a stock exchange.3 ( quotes) quotation marks.PHRASESquote —— unquote informal used parenthetically when speaking to suggest quotation marks, to indicate the beginning and end of a statement or passage that one is reciting or repeating, in particular• used to indicate the speaker's verbatim recitation of written words : on page three, the second sentence says, quote, There has never been a better time to invest in the commodities market, unquote. • used to repeat a spoken passage, esp. to emphasize the speaker's detachment from or disagreement with the original : I swear to you, this is exactly what they told me: quote, You cannot bring a wheelchair into this restaurant during the dinner rush, unquote.quote, unquote informal 1 used parenthetically when speaking to suggest quotation marks, to precede a statement or passage that one is reciting or repeating, in particular• used to indicate the speaker's verbatim recitation of written words : the brochure describes the view as, quote, unquote, unforgettably breathtaking. • used to repeat a spoken passage, esp. to emphasize the speaker's detachment from or disagreement with the original : and then Marty says—quote, unquote—None of those bastards deserve a fair trial.2 used parenthetically when speaking to suggest quotation marks, to precede a word or phrase that is meant to be sarcastic, mocking, or disapproving in its context, specifically to challenge a previous assertion that the word or phrase was appropriate in its context : then she shows up with her quote, unquote sophisticated friends.ORIGIN late Middle English : from medieval Latin quotare, from quot8 0how many,’ or from medieval Latin quota (see quota ). The original sense was [mark a book with numbers, or with marginal references,] later[give a reference by page or chapter,] hence [cite a text or person] (late 16th cent.).

MoJoRiSin 05-19-2009 10:17 PM

bye

zero 05-20-2009 01:07 PM

yo mo!

MoJoRiSin 05-20-2009 08:04 PM

yo zero
((mo just thought of something
why are
did you ring
and "you rang"?
not the same tense
as to be
english?))

MoJoRiSin 05-20-2009 08:19 PM

would someone plesae kindly post a "quotation
debate?

MoJoRiSin 05-22-2009 12:40 AM

The firefly
gives light
to its pursuer
Oemaru

zen calendar
(page a day)
august 15, 2007


good night all
ox L,Mo

MoJoRiSin 05-22-2009 09:16 PM

: )

MoJoRiSin 05-23-2009 08:08 PM

I FOUND IT !!
 
WHO STOLE THE BIRD'S NEST?

"To-whit! to-whit! to-whee!
Will you listen to me?
Who stole four eggs I laid,
And the nice nest I made?"

"Not I," said the cow, "Moo-oo!
Such a thing I'd never do.
I gave you a wisp of hay,
But didn't take your nest away.
Not I," said the cow, "Moo-oo!
Such a thing I'd never do."

"To-whit! to-whit! to-whee!
Will you listen to me?
Who stole four eggs I laid,
And the nice nest I made?"

"Bob-o'-link! Bob-o'-link!
Now what do you think?
Who stole a nest away
From the plum-tree, to-day?"

"Not I," said the dog, "Bow-wow!
I wouldn't be so mean, any how!
I gave the hairs the nest to make,
But the nest I did not take.
Not I," said the dog, "Bow-wow!
I'm not so mean, anyhow."

"To-whit! to-whit! to-whee!
Will you listen to me?
Who stole four eggs I laid,
And the nice nest I made?"
"Bob-o'-link! Bob-o'-link!
Now what do you think?
Who stole a nest away
From the plum-tree? to-day?"

"Coo-coo! Coo-coo! Coo-coo!
Let me speak a word, too!
Who stole that pretty nest
From little yellow-breast?"

"Not I," said the sheep; "oh, no!
I wouldn't treat a poor bird so.
I gave wool the nest to line,
But the nest was none of mine.
Baa! Baa!" said the sheep; "oh, no,
I wouldn't treat a poor bird so."

"To-whit! to-whit! to-whee!
Will you listen to me?
Who stole four eggs I laid,
And the nice nest I made?"

"Bob-o'-link! Bob-o'-link!
Now what do you think?
Who stole a nest away
From the plum-tree, to-day?"

"Coo-coo! Coo-coo! Coo-coo!
Let me speak a word, too!
Who stole that pretty nest
From little yellow-breast?"

"Caw! Caw!" cried the crow;
"I should like to know
What thief took away
A bird's nest to-day?"

"Cluck! Cluck!" said the hen;
"Don't ask me again,
Why, I haven't a chick
Would do such a trick.
We all gave her a feather,
And she wove them together.
I'd scorn to intrude
On her and her brood.
Cluck! Cluck!" said the hen,
"Don't ask me again."

"Chirr-a-whirr! Chirr-a-whirr!
All the birds make a stir!
Let us find out his name,
And all cry 'for shame!'"

"I would not rob a bird,"
Said little Mary Green;
"I think I never heard
Of anything so mean."
"It is very cruel, too,"
Said little Alice Neal;
"I wonder if he knew
How sad the bird would feel?"

A little boy hung down his head,
And went and hid behind the bed,
For he stole that pretty nest
From poor little yellow-breast;
And he felt so full of shame,
He didn't like to tell his name.

MoJoRiSin 05-24-2009 10:39 PM

post something that made you chuckle today

this:
We're a caffeinated culture, so will the masses want to move in the other direction and drink
Drank to come down? We know beer and wine will relax us, but how exactly are these weird chemicals in a purple can altering our body chemistry?
On the flip side, the Drank concept taps into the dominant trend in the beverage industry. Cola sales have sunk as people move to functional drinks that promise to hydrate you, focus you, give you a boost and perhaps calm you down. "Consumers want the added benefit," says Tom Pirko, president of Bevmark LLC, a consulting firm. "If you're a new player, the label on the can better send a very strong message that it's doing something else for you besides just tasting good. The industry is verging on pharmacology"
source of above quote ::

http://www.time.com/time/business/ar...898318,00.html


so, of course my brain says :
wtf?
something about that sounds fishy to me
and i found this easily
with a quick google search

"This is the truth about the origins of sodas. These drinks that have become such a detriment to modern health started out as health tonics. That’s why you would see soda fountains in pharmacies. The sodas were a way of harnessing the vitamins and minerals stored in the roots or other plant matter and putting them into a tasty drink."

source of above quote
homemade blueberry soda recipe

MoJoRiSin 05-24-2009 10:43 PM

as far as i know they use
"spent"
leaves of the coca
plant
in that other stuff
that helps us not
in any way

MoJoRiSin 05-25-2009 07:17 PM

alright, i am ready


no clue how to go about it
that's where you come in

MoJoRiSin 05-27-2009 09:04 PM

e = apple eater(s)

ps bye

MoJoRiSin 05-31-2009 01:43 PM

I woke up thinking about the movie
Babbette's Feast

"in paradise you will be the artist god wanted you to be"

in my mind those were the last words
but i am not 100% sure

MoJoRiSin 05-31-2009 04:00 PM

In the old days
men used to ine for gold
with pickaxes underground
for 12 hours a day
day in day out
and they became really strong

(according to "Mythbusters")

MoJoRiSin 05-31-2009 10:19 PM

images:
what was on my mind just prior to
that other image
this ::

http://20.media.tumblr.com/b2m0knljp...stFso1_400.jpg


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