Tuesday, April 28, 2009

A Divided Group

And today must be Earth Day, as those photos of the earth on Google's homepage seems as if they say so. Or at least Earth Day may be near, that day to go green, it's the new thing to help save planet mother earth. And that could be a whole another environmental blog posting. And so on his days randoms thoughts is the world of online dating. And I have seen it advertised for different chat rooms every single category except an obvious category that seems to be excluded in these advertisements as if that group could be supreme and all others are not so supreme, or in the minority maybe. And it seems to be dating congregation segregation. And those groups advertised advertise themselves as "LDS Chat City, chat rooms about LDS, and what's an LDS anyway., MillionaireFlirt.com, the name explains itself I guess, localsinglemoms.com, online dating for single moms, Punkmatch.com, online dating for punk rockers, blackbbwsingles.com, online dating for black bbw singles, and what's a black bbw anyway., datinginterracial.com, online dating for interracial dating, local chat city, chat rooms for locals, this one seems usual., christian chat city, chat rooms for christians, single parent chat city, chat rooms for singe parents, bbw chat city, chat rooms for bbw, again what is a bbw., tattoo chat city, chat rooms about tattoos, jewish chat city, chat rooms for jewish people, wheelchair chat city, chat rooms for handicapped, gayemosingles.com, online dating for emo singles, and what's an emo anyway., and the list does not seem to go on at the moment. And is there someone or some group of people missing here on this list maybe. Am I missing something. And it seems as if it could be babylon, confusion, the separating of a nationality. And I have heard it said somewhere before on those social t-shirts, "Black, red, white, yellow, green; human". And what, if anything, does this have to do with a No Police State?

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Friday, April 24, 2009

North Side

Hey Bloggers, and that North Side Festival is happening this year. I know because that ad I took out of this weeks Village Voice so that I can have something to blah blog about says so. And this festival is four days of music and art in Brooklyn June 11-14. And one can know the weather is getting warmer when outdoor music festivals, upon music festivals upon more music festivals arise. And so another music festival in that City of New York has arrived. And oh, you can friend them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter also if you happen to find yourself as one of those twitterholics these days and times during that web 2.0 user generated content era. And so back to that music festival again, according to this Village Voice ad, some of their performers include Sunset Rubdown, The Hold Steady, The Dodos, Bishop Allen, Brightblack, Morning Light, The Vivian Girls, O Death, and lots, lots more performing at those Brooklyn venues of Zebulon , Rose Live Music , The Knitting Factory, Black Betty, Europa, Union Pool, Glasslands , Monkeytown, Studio B, Public Assembly, Music Hall of Williamsburg, Pete's Candy Store and more. And according to this Village Voice ad again, there will be showcases curated by Brooklyn Vegan, KEXP, Insound WFUV, French Kiss Records, Sound Fix Records, Gothamist and more. And according to that North Side Festival website, Free Williamsburg, myopenbar.com, Nublu Records, Music Snobbery, Eclipse Booking, 1928 Recordings, record labels, radio stations, independent promoters and more music musicers will be having music showcases as part of this event as well. And this festival North Side Festival Rocks. Have a great music festival day.
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Monday, April 20, 2009

Make Music New York

And Make Music New York is happening again this year. I know because that email they sent titled "Make Music New York is Back, Register now to participate" or something like that says so. And according to their website, Make Music New York is described by city officials as “One of the largest musical events in the city’s history,” returns for a third year of free concerts in public spaces throughout the five boroughs of New York City, all on Sunday, June 21st the first day of summer. MMNY takes place simultaneously with similar festivities in more than 327 cities around the world, a global celebration of music making. From 11 in the morning to 10 at night, musicians of all ages,creeds, and musical persuasions, from hip hop to opera, Latin jazz to punk rock, perform on streets, sidewalks, stoops, plazas, cemeteries, parks and gardens. From high school bands to marquee names, MMNY is open to anyone who wants to take part, enjoyed by everyone who wants to attend. And so I thought to sign up again to perform No Police State Girl's No Police State song in some garden in the East Village as part of this years event. And whether anyone will come to hear that No Police State song, who knows. And some of those other performers that are listed on the Make Music New York website so far include Bluegrass & Beyond, Harry Lime, Koby Hayon Trio, Gospel City, Mass Appeal: Free Jazz Saxophonists, Bob Wright and Harbortown, Elissa Weiss, chantilly, They Gypsy, Eula, Serge Negri, Ian Rock, Benicio and the Del Toros, Oxygen Mobile Unit, The Jazz Collective, Open Music Ensemble, an open jam with Jeffrey Cyphers Wright, Mayumi and friends Yazband, Straphangers, Iconicide, Jonathan Houghton, The High Lows, Any Day Parde, Sarah Riley, Urban Sun, Bowery Poetry Club Follies, at venues like LaGuardia Corner Gardens, Sara Roosevelt Park, Charlie Parker Residence, Staten Island Museum Courtyard, City Hall Park, Astoria Park, Flushing Farms, Central Park Great Hill, goodbye blue monday, Cafe Orwell, C-Town Food Store, Heavenly Crumbs Boutique Bakery, Aperitivo Cafe, Battery Park, Christopher Street, Bedford Avenue, Duane Park, Sheridan Square Garden, Dyker Park, Orchard Beach, Dante Park, LIttle Italy, Frederick Douglass Playground, Seward Park, Tribeca Park, pommes frites, Dias, y Flores COmmunity Garden, Punk Island, Think Coffee, Brooklyn Historical Society, Bushwick Music Studios, Bowery Poetry Club and many, many more performers and venues to come before that schedule is filled up. And this event seems to rock citywide on this day. Have a great Make Music New York day.

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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

A Film

And so I somehow found myself watching this interesting film titled "The Black Legion" the other day. And according to that internet bible dictionary Wikipedia, "The Black Legion was an additional organization within the Ku Klux Klan and operated in the United States in the 1930's". And the film could be a political film that seems to be about some disgruntled factory worker who did not receive that promotion because of a foreigner who took his job. And we wrestle not against the powers of the flesh but against the spiritual wickedness that lies in high places. And this seemed to be one heck of a race relations film that could have been written by the republicans, democrats, or some segment of society themselves straight out of the civil rights movement and even to this day, some sort of law and orderism. And it is that tower of babel. And this Hollywood film seems to be about race relations, power, authority, violence, corruption, mind control, hate, revenge, capitalism, conspiracies, money, war and life . And it could be Cain and Abel and much more to be said about it. And I thought this film to be fiction, some made up story, though this made up story actually seems to be based upon real life events of long lore times ago and who knows, even these days and times. And this film could be the Illuminati, that secret society that may have designed and measures the dollar bill, the statue of liberty the Washington DC capital area, charts, graphs, architecture, structures and buildings. And this secret society could be the seeing eye that sees all, the scull and crossbones, the tree of life, x and y, male and female, good turned to bad, that snake on the medical staff of mercury that flies away on the wings of love mysticism and some sort of religion. And this film could almost be George Orwell's 1984, maybe. And it could be a depiction of life here on planet earth. And so I thought to add that interfaith symbol above as it is all the faiths and religions of a world. Coexist.. And what does a New World Order mean anyway. Does that have something to do with globalism and one world government, the upc bar code, RFID tag, the mark of the beast or something. And that could be a whole another blog entry. And who are these people in this film and who do they represent in the real world beyond film. Where is the world headed. And what if anything does this have to do with a No Police State.

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Thursday, April 9, 2009

The Graveyard

And graveyards are not a topic that I find myself blogging about a lot on this blog unless it is Halloween or something, though death is a part of life and death is that number 13 of the tarot card deck, rebirth. With that aside, if you happen to be looking for a grave marker for someone, you know those tombstones in the cemetery that mark where someone is buried, you can find them at BronzeMarkersAndPlaques.com. They have bronze markers and plaques. You can find cast bronze plaques for honoring individuals, dedicating buildings, commemorating life's events and also bronze memorial plaques, rocks with plaques and bronze grave markers when you visit their website. There is also a photo gallery of their plaques and markers at their website as well. With Bronze Markers And Plaques, marking and honoring ones life, that event in ones life, or even that building, has never been easier.

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Holy Week

The Holy Week of Easter is upon us again. And I know this because all of these newspapers I have read lately with their advertisements from churches for Palm Sunday, Liturgy of the Palms and Solem Mass, Maundy Thursday, Solemn Mass of the last supper, Good Friday, Easter Eve, lighting of the new fire, the great vigil, the first mass of Easter, Easter Day, procession and solemn mass of the resurrection says so. And aren't there seders for this holiday to be found around town for this week. And I think I remember blah blogging about this topic on this blog before as after many days of blogging on this blog, those holidays of the year seem to roll around at the same time each year. And each time those holidays seem as if they want to repeat themselves, I sometimes find myself repeating that same blog entry all over again as follows:

Holy Dayze

Easter must be getting nearer, and I would forget sometimes if it weren't for the newspapers and advertisements telling me so. For this weeks newspapers are full of ads reading "Join us during Holy Week", "Holy Week and Easter 2008", and the schedules for the Church Palm Sunday, Blessing of Palms and the Holy Eucharist and watch through the night, Good Friday, liturgy of the passion, Holy Saturday, in celebration of our lord's resurrection and children's Easter egg hunt, Saturday anticipated mass, Sunday masses, morning prayer, closing of adoration, stations of the cross, solemn Easter vigil, Good Friday Blues, Peace Now Concert, Easter Day: the day of resurrection, procession with strings, brass, piano, organ, full bands, handbells, children's choir and the list of church events goes on and on. And this Holy Week thing is making me wonder, are churches the most segregated congregated places on planet earth? I just realized that every time I want to go to church, I have to find a church mass, communion and religious worship service for my "Demonination" my nationality. For what reason can't all churches welcome everyone regardless of your race, color or creed. The one place where one goes to find God and be free is not free, it's segregated by nationality and denominations. It's either all Christian, all Protestant, all Jewish, all Episcopalian, all Catholic, all Muslim, all Buddhist or all something else. This Tower of Babel confusion of the languages, cultures and nations thing has got me confused. And what if I want to go to church with someone who is not my nationality? We'd have to look around really hard to find a church that would accept both of our nationalities. I do believe there are some free, liberal, multicultural and diverse churches who welcome everyone such as Interfaith, Unitarian and Universalist churches who approach faith, religion and spirituality in a non traditional, creedless and non dogmatic way and have no creedal requirements imposed on their members. Times Square Church in Manhattan is an example of this. But for the most part, churches have always remained segregated. I am losing faith in the churches for this reason, they seem Saint Hypocritical and Saint Elitist in their God loves you for who you are speeches. Where can I go to find God and not be judged by the color of my skin? Should I just become an Atheist? Peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind. Happy Easter.

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Tuesday, April 7, 2009


Hey bloggers, and with the invention of technology it seems as if it is no longer the stone age anymore with all of those high tech gadgets that are to be found everywhere these days and times. And it's the age of technology, the internet and computers these days also. And then there's communications, the telephone, internet and tv. And what are the best services out there for getting all of these services together. Well, if you happen to be looking for a cable company to deliver you that telephone, internet and television service all in one, you can find that package deal at Charter. They offer Cable TV, high speed internet and telephone service with their service bundle builder. Their bundling services can get you the communications services you are looking for. And when you order services at their website you have a chance to win a grand prize package that includes an LCD flat screen HDTV, a Home Theater System, and one year of free Charter Digital Cable service with HD programming throughout the month of April. Now that's cool. You can also read about the digital transition 2009 at their website as well and how Charter can help you before your tv goes dark. With Charter Communications finding those communication services has never been easier.

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Thursday, April 2, 2009

Some Sign of the Times

And is this some sign of the New York real estate gentrify, gentrification, genocide, yuppie, young urban professional, poor run into the river times or something. And as I found myself riding another one of those New York Metro buses the other day going my way, I overheard some other passengers conversation about "My rent used to be 300, now that same apartment is 3,000", or something to that effect. "And so what's this conversation all about?", I found myself asking that other rider passerby. And that conversation had something to do with the idea or fact that the New York City Housing Authority is privatizing its project Baruch Houses on Avenue Departments along the East River FDR Drive and turning them into condos for the rich, and there are, were signs on the door to prove it. The tenants have to move out. Hugh? How is that possible? And I thought I heard some proposal rumor or read some article maybe about this idea seemingly decades ago. And now it's real? Huh? And does this reflect some trend across America, the world? Luxury resorts being converted into the projects, and projects being converted into luxury resorts. Is this urban sprawl or something. What's that all about. Are the poor being run into the surrounding metro suburban areas of New Jersey, Connecticut and beyond from that Metropolis of that City of New York and other cities across the country and world in exile. Will Manhattan become an island for the rich only. Housing, shelter, that basic human necessity. Whose right is it to say the land is for sale anyway. And what, if anything, does this have to do with a No Police State.

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