The Blues & Good News New Year's Jam

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Re: Blues & Good News - New Year's Word Jam

Post by silent woman » January 4th, 2014, 7:18 pm

a good year
to be free of fear
to spread some cheer

rhymes elude me
they are always bad
still I try

monsters got me preoccupied
well groomed monsters and zombies
the year of the living dead
Paul Bremer can not die
drive a stake through his heart
http://military.discovery.com/modern-wa ... part-1.htm
Fallujah in the news again
f_cking Fallujah
god dam the moral majority all to hell
Christian Zombies marching as to war

too many dots to connect
I rant and rave about the ancient past
what does it matter anyway?
ten years in an eternity on the net
who gives ah fuck any more about those bright cheerful law students from Liberty college that took over Iraq.
Shock and awe
forget the past
those that remember it are doomed to repeat it.


In the meantime an asteroid is coming in 2036 that will end life as we know it
and I can hardly wait.
I am looking forward to my 96th birthday
and lots of fireworks


give me a beat boys to free my soul
I want to get lost in your rock and roll
Sisyphus and Camus too
Nietzsche died for my sins
Wake up Little Susie and goodbye Phil.

after us the savage god
Apophis the god of chaos
rock me in the bosom of Abraham


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Re: Blues & Good News - New Year's Word Jam

Post by jackofnightmares » January 4th, 2014, 7:47 pm

Taking the long view
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Happy 2514
in the year 2514 If mankind is still alive
My troubles seem so small to that lucky old sun and that old man river.


Robert Frost said the only thing he knows about life is that it goes on.
and my lonely life keeps dragging on
I don't care anymore
just grist for the mill
the world revolves around me
and the hand that writes
creates so
I got my friends and
I read only good books
I think only happy thoughts
And try to stay on the sunny side

but I love the blues
got to accentuate the positive
the negative
don't mess with mr in between
the middle way
nothing to excess
balance
live for the long haul
consistency is the bugaboo

Howdy Do
I do love you
hurray
for the red white and blue
but don't cry for me Argentina



"... see the blue center light Pop and go Awww"
"Skepticism is the chastity of the intellect" George Santayana, The Idea of Christ in the Gospels

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Re: Blues & Good News - New Year's Word Jam

Post by Doreen Peri » January 4th, 2014, 11:13 pm

coconut oil.

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Re: Blues & Good News - New Year's Word Jam

Post by judih » January 5th, 2014, 12:01 am

fully natural
whatever it is
i like it

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Re: Blues & Good News - New Year's Word Jam

Post by WIREMAN » January 5th, 2014, 1:03 am

Tiki bars
Fast cars
Swimming pools
Fresh coconuts
Dave mason
Iguanas
Beach bungalows
Drinking Malibu
me I feel like I'm becoming some kinda Kung fu t.v. Priest.....

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Re: Blues & Good News - New Year's Word Jam

Post by the mingo » January 5th, 2014, 10:10 am

just awake
the day is new
i'm not
if the question is coconut oil
the answer is archival ink
Doll, you may have found a place of rest but I'm still on the trail.

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Re: Blues & Good News - New Year's Word Jam

Post by the mingo » January 5th, 2014, 11:06 am

america - a moving thing
not leaving her past
but grows with it -
right now - growing with it
and she goes on
she may not always look like this
maybe she'll change her clothes
but her heart's not her own
for her to change it
& she'll go on

check your alley, Coburn -
these two girls right up it i think
i know they are up mine -
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bmr5rdaemYk
Doll, you may have found a place of rest but I'm still on the trail.

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Re: Blues & Good News - New Year's Word Jam

Post by stilltrucking » January 5th, 2014, 11:11 am

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Re: Blues & Good News - New Year's Word Jam

Post by Steve Plonk » January 5th, 2014, 4:13 pm

Good news for those with "end of the world" blues...99942 Apophis will NOT hit the earth
in 2036. See article: http://www.space.com/19221-asteroid-apo ... e-2036.htm

So, breathe a sigh of relief, Still Trucking, et al. A million to one odds are good enough for all. 8) :)

Coconuts are alright by me, too. I especially like coconut cake. I don't care if I get a suntan, though.

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Re: Blues & Good News - New Year's Word Jam

Post by stilltrucking » January 5th, 2014, 4:42 pm

sorry steve link is broken

See article: http://www.space.com/19221-asteroid-apo ... e-2036.htm

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The page you're looking for isn't here.
I am not loosing much sleep over it, just passing thoughts about the big picture. I can hardly wait till 2034, but it is nice to have something to look forward to, I looking forward to my golden years, my mother always told me that life begins at ninety .

ya know if the thunder don't get you the lightin will
it's always something
it it aint mother nature it is man
but things are better no doubt
better it is for women
the better it is for us
don't you love her madly
bow down to her on sunday
salute her when her birthday comes
I wish they could all be California girls

Adam shrugged
But Eve rocked


Coconut macrons for me
good for what ails a body.
http://www.peoplespharmacy.com/home-remedies/
Also Coconut milk is so delicious with a little vodka


meanwhile back at the oasis

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Re: Blues & Good News - New Year's Word Jam

Post by stilltrucking » January 5th, 2014, 5:08 pm

so what if America the USA is headed for the scrapheap of history
screw uncle sam we're from texas
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-cFtSPIF4Q

Bury my heart at John Foster Dulles airport
bury my heart at every democratic regime we have done our best to undermine and overthrow.

we may have the most lethal military in the world but we been bad boys a long time now. Maybe not as bad as the Belgians in the Congo or France in Haiti but what the hell
chickens still come home to roost
I look to Argentina and say yeah it could never happen hear
the lunatic fringe
and Jesus Christ
god dam their eyes

my karma my country right or wrong
how more elections can I stand to witness
What depths are some people sink to just obtain more power
which is about more money.

Obama just ok with me I do not wish to see him fail
what are those crack head republicans trying to do
destroy the union to save it
dam sure can't depend on our happynews networks to give us the news
maybe the internet is going to make a difference
what ever happened to occupy wall street.

sometimes I think about voting for them just to get on with it.
maybe America women are coming to their senses in 2014
they won't get fooled again
not much hope for anything except a feminist revolution


the United States Headed for the scrapheap

will the world be better off with out us.


how long since America's heart is not our own
huff huff rant and ruff :oops:

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Re: Blues & Good News - New Year's Word Jam

Post by silent woman » January 5th, 2014, 5:26 pm

stilltrucking wrote:
What depths are some people sink to just obtain more power
which is about more money.
hurts my eyes to read that sentence would you believe I was trying to write pidgin English
:oops:

In the words of the republican leaders they have been willing to do everything in their power from January 20th 2009 until today to see the government fail. I used to think that was treason back in the days when I still believed in the Great White Father in Washington D.C,

Yeah lets impeach Bill Clinton in 2014, what the hell Obama too.
If you can't give me love and peace, Then give me bitter fame. — Akhmatova.

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Re: Blues & Good News - New Year's Word Jam

Post by Steve Plonk » January 5th, 2014, 5:27 pm

Here's another link to Apophis, the asteroid, & it works for me. (Still Trucking,
sorry about the broken link. It was working when I last clicked on it.) The asteroid will NOT hit the Earth. So, Fear NOT... 8) :D
Here's a good one: http://news.yahoo.com/nasa-concludes-as ... 00191.html

Not too long ago, I chowed down on a coconut cake... :) The world keeps on turning as
the poor keep on yearning for a champion like Jesus. I pray that everyone has a full
stomach around the world, some day.

Let's just grin & be glad Romney didn't win. Many presidents in history have made goofs
during their fifth year in office. So did FDR...OBAMA, he still the MAN. :) Folks, Obama's
just a man & no Moses figure. Heck, he even does "selfie's" during state funerals. :o
Sappy New Year!

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Re: Blues & Good News - New Year's Word Jam

Post by stilltrucking » January 5th, 2014, 6:25 pm

Where Am I

A pat on the back
for America
we come a long way since slavery
a warm fuzzy feeling to have a black man as the great white father
one thing I got to hand it to his loyal opposition
none of them are racist :wink:
Never hear a southern senator call him a nigger
race has nothing to do with the opposition
oh no. Nobody admits that.

George Carlin was right:
— 'When you're born into this world, you're given a ticket to the freak show. If you're born in America you get a front row seat.'

Yeah Obama is quite the man
He deserves that Nobel Peace prize just as much as Henry Kissinger.

I think I am going to vote for a socialist next time. Or maybe we need another Catholic?

there is no memory steve
the story keeps changing
now it is Obama's fault
we lost the war in Iraq.


They say there is plenty of food to go around. Maybe it is capitalism that is the problem, not government.
{war, pestilence, famine, death} good growing weather for Goldman Sacks the world bank and the IMF
Funny how ten million people died from a famine in a country that still managed to export grain to make money to pay its debts.

Thank god for free markets I suppose...
Gold I want gold
I lust for the filthy lucre
me and the American Ruling Class
only the lonely
only the young
only a miracle of technology can save us they say
if we give the next generation, hell with that, what about giving this generation a chance
to pick up the pieces,
Obama got three more years
I hope he has learned something so far.

the universe lacks for nothing we need
we just be greedy children
fuck maturity


thanks for the jam steve
sorry for the ranting and raving
but I needed that.

Speaking of Jesus
I heard a very good audio book called
Zealot the Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth
only problem is the commercials every five minutes here is the link
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Dc7R80Hxfk

A real eye opener for me but then I was not raised on the new testament bible

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Re: Blues & Good News - New Year's Word Jam

Post by judih » January 6th, 2014, 12:31 am

when dreams threaten
and reality is worse
take refuge

hop inside a jam
window and door
proof of security

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