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MoJoRiSin 02-22-2011 09:07 PM

one word: people

MoJoRiSin 02-24-2011 12:40 AM


MoJoRiSin 03-01-2011 01:35 PM

mathew west going through the motion lyrics

(march comes in like a lamb and goes out like a lion)

MoJoRiSin 03-03-2011 03:05 AM

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MoJoRiSin 03-03-2011 10:17 AM

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MoJoRiSin 03-03-2011 09:58 PM

I left out Newburyport and Weston Massachusettes,
as well as Palm Beach Florida

MoJoRiSin 03-04-2011 08:09 PM

and Tempe Arizona

MoJoRiSin 03-06-2011 07:11 PM

hypothetical post two unrelated things thread::
they may look like human beings...
and act like human beings...
but they are something different...

"Cabeza was born around 1490 into a hidalgo family, and as such was a member of the Spanish nobility without economical resources. Cabeza de Vaca was son of Teresa Cabeza de Vaca y de Zurita. In 16th-century documents, his name appeared as "Alvar nuñez cabeça de vaca". Cabeza de Vaca means , "head of cow". This surname was granted to his mother's family in the 13th century, when his ancestor Martín Alhaja aided a Christian army attacking Moors by leaving a cow's head to point out a secret mountain pass for their use. (In the prologue to La Relación, his account of his shipwreck and travels in North America, Cabeza de Vaca refers to his forefather's service to the King, and regrets that his own deeds could not be as great.)"

MoJoRiSin 03-08-2011 12:57 AM

more for the
hypothetical post two unrelated things thread::
Falconer, William (1732 — 69)
The son of a barber in Edinburgh's Netherbow, he was the author of the poem The Shipwreck, much admired by Mrs Dunlop. On 24th December 1789, she wrote to Burns: 'I would go twenty miles, if I had it in my power to do it with decency, to see William Falconer... What a warmth of soul must he have originally possest when the ocean was not able to quench it!... Do write me what you think of this volume. Is my estimation fantastical, or does your judgment second mine? I hope it does, for I resolve, if I can find The Shipwreck, it shall be placed close by your side on my shelf, at least for one month, my inseparable friend and companion. I will turn to it when the tempest howls, and pray for the poor wanderers of the wave with double hope and double fervour.'

Replying to her letter from Ellisland on 25th January 1790, Burns told her of Falconer's fate: 'Falconer, the poor unfortunate Author of the Shipwreck, that glorious Poem which you so much admire, is no more. After weathering that dreadful catastrophe he so feelingly describes in his Poem, and fter weathering many hard gales of Fortne, he went to the bottom with the Aurora frigate! I forget what part of Scotland had the honor of giving him birth, but he was the son of obscurity and misfortune. He was one of those daring adventurous spirits which old Caledonia beyond any other nation is remarkable for producing.'

But the literary historian J H Millar wrote of The Shipwreck: 'It is difficult even to counterfeit interest in the fortunes of Paelmon, and Aalbert and Anna; and if the reading of the poem once begun is not soon desisted from, it is because of the peculiar fascination which arises from the mingling of two such incongruous elements as the poetical diction of the 18th Century and the terms of the seaman's art.' In view of such differing opinions, a sample may not be out of place:

"A lowering squall obscures the southern sky,
Before whose sweeping breath the waters fly;
Its weight the topsails can no more sustain —
Reef topsails, reef! The master calls again.
The halyards and top bow-lines soon are gone,
To clue lines and reef tackles next they run:
The shivering sails descend: the yards are square:
Then quick aloft the ready crew repair..."
~The Burns encyclopedia

MoJoRiSin 03-11-2011 10:58 PM

"if you don't have anything nice to say
don't say anything"
~mo's beloved (late) mother

MoJoRiSin 03-14-2011 10:59 PM

we have an amazing poet on aboard

MoJoRiSin 03-20-2011 11:15 AM

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MoJoRiSin 03-22-2011 12:49 AM

drinking tea from fine china cups

with someone that you admire

MoJoRiSin 03-25-2011 11:02 PM

:D :D :D that was just a coincidence!
as per usual :D :D :D

MoJoRiSin 03-28-2011 09:56 AM

one word:: Denney's

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