Is Facebook death real death?

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Is Facebook death real death?

Post by still.trucking » January 15th, 2013, 5:00 pm

Clay wrote:
we have to ask ourselves the question:
Is Facebook death real death?
I bet the internet is full of ghosts
some of us died when litkicks closed down to us.

Clay you know karma
I hope you are in good hands, kind hands
I hope you are getting everything you need.
"Natural selection, as it has operated in human history, favors not only the clever but the murderous." Barbara Ehrenreich

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Re: Is Facebook death real death?

Post by stilltrucking » February 15th, 2013, 12:36 am

smoked my last cigarette of the night, finishing up a bottle of Shiner Blonde. I been nursing, and thinking about what you would have to say about this:
Showtime’s ‘History of the Eagles’: Soaring, and occasionally still sore
http://www.washingtonpost.com/entertain ... l?hpid=z12

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clarity, demystification and truth.

Post by stilltrucking » March 15th, 2013, 5:48 pm

Spent thirty years of my life trying to read a book about time,
'the phenomenology time,' a lecture given in Vienna back in 1905, where were we in 1905? Were are you now? Between my ears , inside my cranium, you went no where, you still here.
oh well so much for solipsism?



well I finally worked it out this thing about death and time

I wrote to michael the other day saying you was a master stylist.
Notice the past tense. Trouble with being a careless writer like me is I have to play all kinds of tricks with the codes. You was a wizard at prose style amigo, blessed be your memory.

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Re: Is Facebook death real death?

Post by Hypatia » June 30th, 2013, 5:12 pm

I lost another friend today. I heard from jitterbug that a wake was held at the Expo Center in Staunton Virginia. I wish I had been there. A huge turnout of musicians came to honor his life's work. Jitterbug also told me that someone made a movie of Ric's life. I was looking for it all morning but so far no luck.
I wish I could have made it to your wake too.

Speaking of music all I could find on Ric Richardson, was this bit below, but not the same man I was looking for. But still interesting, I mean it would interest me if I was a starving musician.
And "man in a van" to send higher patent infringement bill to Microsoft.

Self-professed “serial inventor” Ric Richardson was heading to Utah soon to “save the music industry” with a new security technology, he said.


http://www.itnews.com.au/News/250824,ex ... ustry.aspx
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