Travel. Travelling somewhere. On Vacation. Gone Fishing. A lot of us as human being dwellers here on planet earth seem to do those things. Going somewhere for fun or entertainment or what not. And then there are those long distant vacations I hear a lot of people talk about every so often. That break from the everyday routine to travel to some far away place as one of those tourists to see the lay of the land, sites and attractions that that part of planet earth has to offer. And so what else is there that I can say about that phrase travel and vacation hat has not already been said in time. And so sometimes one can use some of those sleeping bags to sleep in when one is sleeping somewhere else other than that usual bed one sleeps in, as those sleeping bags can come in handy when it comes to camping out and beyond. And camping can always been fun too, sometimes maybe, the idea of sleeping outside with nature and the elements around those campfires or what not. And now with the invention of all things internet, one can view a lot of those sleeping bags and camping items and shop online for them without ever having to leave home, or at least without ever having to leave a computer, as now with the invention of those computers, finding those sleeping bags and more has never been easier.
Saturday, November 27, 2010
"For the love of money is the root of all evil, and while some have coveted after, they have pierced themselves through with many arrows and sorrows". And I have heard that saying and a host of other philosophies about that word money throughout my travels here on planet earth. And is another world possible to exist without that concept of money to buy and sell in order to exist as one of those human being dwellers here on planer earth. And so this post not only happens to be about that word money and salt for life, though also about some phrase called option trading. And I actually have no idea what that phrase option trading could mean, though it seems as if it could have something to do with options that are traded and Wall Street, that money trading street. And what exactly are options. And what else is there to be said about that money street that has not already been said it time, as it seems as if it could be Babylon, maybe. And I guess it could be a market street for marketing, advertising, buying and selling, maybe. And is another world possible?
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
And even when it seems as if the world could be going to hell in a hand basket, and the headlines of the day read something like TSA chief: Resisting scanners just means delays, 'SNL' takes on TSA: Parody over protest, as in those Transportation Security Administration body scanner things suck at those airports to be found on planet earth for the Thanksgiving day holiday travel and beyond. I still find myself blah blogging away on this blagh for some reason. And that 2011 New York Winter Jazzfest is happening in that city of New York again this year, I mean next year. And I know that 7th annual Winter Jazz Festival is happening again next year because some friends who are playing there says so. And I find myself blogging about music events and more on this blog every so often because hey, it's less writing sometimes, I think. And according to that facebook event invite that I came across in my facebookaholicness, that festival is taking place at five West Village venues of Le Poisson Rouge, Sullivan Hall, Kenny's Castaways, Zinc Bar and the Bitter End, Friday, January 7th & Saturday, January 8th with sixty and more groups showcasing music all night. And some of this years, I mean next years showcasing artists in that jazz and experimental music festival include the Aaron Goldberg Trio,Anat Cohen Quartet with Jason Lindner,Asphalt Orchestra,Carmen Souza,Charles Gayle Trio,Charlie Hunter,Chico Hamilton,Chris Lightcap’s,Chris Speed’s YeahNO,The Curtis Brothers,Don Byron's New Gospel Quintet,Donny McCaslin Trio with Uri Caine,Eric Legnini featuring Krystle Warren,Igmar Thomas and The Cypher,Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey,James Carney Group,Marcus Strickland Quartet,Matana Roberts,Nels Cline's Stained Radiance,Nguyen Le,Proverb Trio featuring Dafnis Prieto,Kokayi and Jason Lindner,RedCred featuring John Medeski,Ben Perowsky and Chris Speed,The Respect Sextet,The Robert Glasper Experiment,Sofia Rei Koutsovitis,Steve Coleman and Five Elements,Talibam!,Tia Fuller,Tineke Postma,Underground Horns,Vernon Reid's Artificial Afrika,VISIONFUGITIVE: JD Allen plus Butch Morris,Water Surgeons and a whole lot more. And this festival winter jazz festival rocks. Have a great music and more day.
Monday, November 22, 2010
And sometimes it seems as if money makes the world go round and the planet can be about money, business, money and more business, sometimes, and a host of other sayings and philosophies to go along with that phrase money and business. And then there's having one of those businesses and trying to let the world know it, or at least as many people as possible know about that business. And now with the invention of all things high tech technology, advertising and marketing ones business with those logos and more has become more creative than days of long lore ago. And so short of going outside into the streets and yelling that businesses name to every passerby known to man or writing that company's name in the sky with one of those skywriting airplanes, if you happen to be looking to advertise that company, the Custom iPhone Wallpaper can be one of those ways to market that business. As those iPhones and Blackberries that everyone on planet earth seem to be walking around with can be great for advertising, I guess. And now with the invention of that recent technology called the internet, advertising that business can be just a website visit away.
Thursday, November 18, 2010
And this is one of those posts that was written on my other blog some time a while ago....
And so here's another one of those post a YouTube video a day on that website thing again, because hey, I think it's less writing sometimes. And this one happens to be about those ufo's that have been in the news a lot lately after those ufo sightings in New York City, China, San Francisco and Texas. And so have those ufo sightings been around since the beginning of time, maybe? And I have been following that ufo news as sort of somewhere in between creepy and scary, the thought of we may not be alone as human being dwellers here on planet earth. And I am still wondering about those "balloon" and "planes" theories that arises as explanations for those sightings. Have a great ufo and more day.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Time, if I could turn back the hands of time. Seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years, centuries, millenniums, etc;. The clocks on the walls, the clocks on the computers, the clocks on hands and wrists, alarm clocks, the Howard Miller wall clock, the howard miller grandfather clock, the sundials, those sticks that tell us what to do, and all other sorts of names and titles that those time pieces can go by. And a host of other sayings about that word time. A stitch in time saves nine and any other saying there is to be said about that word time. And what else more is there that I can say about this word time that has not already been said in time, as it seems as if I find myself blogging about clocks on this blog every so often for some reason or another. And watches and clocks are another one of those things that I have seen everywhere throughout my travels here on planet earth for as long as I can remember throughout time. And now with the invention of all things internet these days and times, one can buy one of those clocks without ever having to leave home, or at least without ever having to leave a computer, as the invention of all things internet has made buying one of those clocks and just about anything else one can think of just a website visit away.
Monday, November 15, 2010
Another person has passed away. Another person has died. And so this posting not just happens to be about the Buy Life Insurance thing when one passes away, though also about that autopsy post mortem examination thing that goes along with that life insurance policy that goes along with death that goes along with life. And what's that one may not receive that life insurance after someone passes unless one gets that autopsy and death certificate thing all about anyway? Is that some sort of money racket or something? And for what reason do the seemingly majority of humanity undergo these autopsy after death things anyway? It can be a drag that one has passed away already, and then to cut one open to examine one for a cause of death after death on top of everything else, just to get that life insurance and money to bury that person or what not, what's that all about? And is there a way to get around this give us your body to cut up to get the life insurance thing? Cremation, stay away from the morgue or anything else? Is this whole autopsy after death thing legal, and the law. And what is the law. And what, if anything does this have to do with a No Police State?
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
And so again on this day I happen to find myself blogging about shutters. You know those things that are usually placed next to windows on the outside of ones home that can open and close for privacy to look or not look inside or outside the window or what not. And what else is there that I can say about those shutters that has not already been said in time except that I have seen a lot of those shutters throughout my travels here on planet earth and those shutters that have decorated many of those homes to be found here have been as classic as time. And now with the invention of all things internet once can shop for those shutters online without ever having to leave home, or at least without ever having to leave a computer. And who would have thought that one day buying those items and having them shipped to your door could have never been easier. And some of those photos of those shutters to be found online are really beautiful to look at with their many shapes, colors, styles and designs. And so if you happen to be looking for those shutters, finding them is just a website visit away.
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
And I have heard it said that if you give up your dreams you die. And yet this post happens to be about blogging. And here goes that blah blaghers block again, that blagh entry where I find myself wondering what to blagh about simply for the purpose of attempting to maintain content for this blog and my other blog whenever possible. And so I always find myself wondering every so often, how do those other bazillion bloggers out there in bloggerland maintain content for those blogs, is there some sort of internet guru for that? And so again the blogger thought occurs to me, what can I blagh about in those random blogger thoughts, can I post a chapter a day from someones book as someone suggested to me. Can I post a poem a day from someones poem? Can I post an event a day from someones event? Can I just post someone else's blog? Or is that one ethical. Can I just post one of those news feeds on this blog to feed this blog with news each day, as that one seems like an endless post of a one in these information over load non stop twenty five hours ten second MTV attention span generation news days. Can I find some sort of machine or blog that can post some random though a day for me. And what's the purpose of that one. And so goes another one of those random blogger thoughts in this web 2.0 social media user generated content day. Have a great blogging and more day.
Thursday, November 4, 2010
And this seems to be another one of those days where I just want to post that Ode To Blogging post in my attempt to get rich internet quick blogaholicness, to where that Google page rank update wants to send me in search of a fifth full time job. And yet this post happens to be about a Nublu Jazz Festival and a Hoboken Artists Studio Tour. And again, as blogger usual, I know that Nublu Jazz Festival and that Hoboken Artists Studio tour are happening because those emails I receive, facebook event invites and friends who are playing at one of these events, says so. And what else is there to say about that all music and all art seemingly collective of a bar and club Nublu that is to be found in that yet trendy of a neighborhood of the Lower East Side now called the East Village for real estate marketing purposes maybe, that is to be found in that city of New York, except that Nublu Rocks. And what else is there to say about that 30th Annual Hoboken Artists Studio Tour to be found in another one of those trendy of a neighborhoods in that city of Hoboken that is to be found in that state of New Jersey that has not been said thirty times already, I am not sure, except that this Hoboken Artists Studio Tour rocks. And that announcement for that Hoboken Artists Studio Tour reads as follows:
Hoboken Artists Studio Tour
Saturday and Sunday, Movember 6th and 7th, noon to 6pm
A Free City-Wide Self-Guided Walking Tour of Artists’ Studios, Galleries & Community Group Exhibitions
Featuring the work of over 150 artists in over 40 locations
An 8 page Tour Guide with map will be available as an insert in the Hoboken Reporter the week before the tour or can be picked up at City Hall on the day of the tour.
City Hall is located at 94 Washington Street, between First & Newark Streets
Just 3 blocks from all public transportation including PATH, NJ trains & buses, NY Waterway Ferries and Hudson Bergen Lightrail.
And according to that eight page tour guide to be found in that Hudson Reporter, some of those participating artists and performers in this years event include:
Tim Daly, one of the original 13 who helped found this artist studio tour, Adam Saynuk, Frank Hanavan, Roslyn Rose, Kenneh Mueller, Virginia Rolston Parrott, Doug Auld, Chapeau Design, Paterson Arts Council, Lib Art Gallery, Monroe Arts Center, the Friary, Neumann Leather building and many many more.
And then some of those artists, performers and musicians in this years Nublu Jazz Festival November 5th-20th, 2010 include:
Alphabet Soup, Endangered Blood, Lew Soloff, The Fringe, Yeyi, DJ Spun,Brennan Green, Bato The Yugo, Paul Motian, Matt Pavolka, Ilhan Ersahin (Isn't he the owner and/or founder of Nublu?), Nublu Orchestra conducted by Butch Morris, DJ Vladi,Juini Booth, DJ Hardedge, Marianniwith, Jeff Ballard, Ze Luis and Band, DJ Greg Caz, Revive Music Group, DJ Ouga, Sun Ra Arkestra, DJ MKL, Clark Gayton's Situation, Wazzabi featuring Aaron Johnston, Redux, Underground Horns, Kenny Wollesen Father Figures, Dub N Such,Seamus Blake Quartet, Dodo, Didi Gutman, Anton, Forro In The Dark, Beco Dranoff, DJ Turmix, The Last Army Collective, Alex, Love Trio, Jonathon Haffner Band, Modest P and a whole lot more.
And what else again is there to be said about these events except that these festivals and tours rock. Have a great music, art and more day.