Wednesday, April 30, 2008

A Peaceful Earth

The Sedona method. Now I've heard of that town of Sedona in Arizona I believe it is. I think it is this almost magical place with red sand, red rocks and red mountains everywhere, like the kind that that used to be found in those Marlborough man ads from long ago. And I believe there are what is called healing vortexes in the ground everywhere, and spiritualists and new age people tend to flock there by the droves for this purpose I think. And The Sedona Method explains The Secret works with A New Earth and how you can free yourself from pain and suffering and be a more happier and more peaceful you. And you can get your free DVD, CD and MP3 gifts now at their website. Now that sounds like something I could use with the sometimes stressful and hectic pace of life in the city of New York City, as this technique is the bridge between the secret and a new earth and letting go of ones ego and this sounds like a peaceful and higher consciousness self help and self empowerment program and technique to save oneself and planet earth. You can also listen to audio samples of the Sedona Method course, play videos, find seminars, testimonials, endorsements and articles all about the Sedona method at the Sedona website. And if you sign up now you can also receive a free subscription to the Sedona Method Success and well being newsletter and a free insiders guide to The Sedona Method e reports.

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Monday, April 28, 2008

Make Music New York

Hey bloggers, if you happen to be in the neighborhood, I will be performing my No Police State song for anyone who shows up at the Green Oasis Garden, 8th Street between Ave C and D in New Yorks East Village, Saturday June 21st from 1pm-2pm as part of this years 2nd annual Make Music New York musical celebration. And in case you haven't done so yet, you can sign up at Make Music New York to be a participating artist.

Make Music New York is a new live, free musical celebration across the city that takes place each June 21—the longest day of the year.

On that day, public space throughout the five boroughs—sidewalks, parks, community gardens, and more—become impromptu musical stages, dance floors, and social meeting points. Thousands of amateur musicians, in every genre, perform on sidewalks for the biggest crowds of their lives. Professional musicians perform for new audiences, who come out from under their headphones to hear unfamiliar groups risk-free. And everyone is invited to sing along and enjoy the first day of summer.

And in other thoughts, I received this email from Galinsky who does those really cool Manhattan Monologue Slams. And I thought this email looks interesting to repost:

Speak Out through New York Film Academy Tomorrow

Calling all friends, collegues and actors who have something to say

Join us in Union Square Park and express yourself in the New York Film Academy’s "I'm Mad As Hell..." video series

Tomorrow Tuesday April 29th, 10am-5pm rain or shine
Shooting in the South End of Union Square Park, under the Red NYFA Tent

Upset with something? Perhaps a recent court verdict? Perhaps the election process? Perhaps our pop culture has you thinking?

Speak out, comment and sound off on any subject you like. We want 30 seconds to one minute of your opinion/performance on anything from current news events, to the election, to your thoughts about the newest movie premieres, sporting events, cultural happenings, whatever! We will shoot and post it on You Tube for the world to see and hear you.

If you have something to say about the latest police acquitted verdict, We are going to capture and present all related materials and set up a special area on YouTube

Peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind. And what does this have to do with a No Police State?
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Sunday, April 27, 2008


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And somehow I wound up going to see this band called East Village Pharmacy play some really cool sounds of reggaetones at this place called SHRINE in Harlem last night. And this gave me yet another opportunity to drag that digital camera out of the closet whose only purpose seems to be to collect dust these days. And so I took that photo of them that I placed in this blog entry, and I also attempted to make a video of them performing one of their songs "Chocolate Cake", with this digital camera to place on my YouTube page, and you can look at this video there. And SHRINE seems to be a scene in itself with several different bands performing last night, some of them reggae. And one of those SHRINE postcards that I got while I was there says it is a bar, restaurant, world music venue with live music performances, dj, comedy shows, poetry, theater, karaoke and art exhibitions. And another one of their flyers that was floating around seems as if they also put together those Mafrika Musical Festival's each year at Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem with Burkinabe Entertainment. This years festival will be hosted by Chris Karaoke and DJ. Kadafi and performers will be The Superpowers, Pink Noise, DJ. Sirak and Keremela Dance Group, Brown Rice Family, Devirock, Koony, Funk Face, The Octagon, Apollo Heights, Terry Blaine and Zoza Afrobeat. And those festivals rock. Have a great music day.
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The Rice

And now in my religious fanaticism thoughts, I am starting to wondering if it is the beginning of the end of the world again as the other days cover of the Metro's headline read "Hoarding epidemic hits U.S., New York", as prices of rice, and other staples soar, stores resort to rationing. And this article had a photo and caption of 20 pound bags of rice being rationed. And then that verse in Revelations comes to mind, "And when he had opened the third seal, I heard the third beast say, Come and see. And I beheld, and lo a black horse; and he that sat on him had a pair of balances in his hand. And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts say, A measure of wheat for a penny, and three measures of barley for a penny; and see thou hurt not the oil and the wine". Behold, is the black horse of famine, the tribulation, the 3rd seal of revelations, the anti christ and doomsday near. What would Nostradamus have to say about this impending silent tsunami famine of global grain shortages. Is this written in prophecy somewhere? Is 2012 here? Is the apocalypse near? Is it judgement day yet? And what about that Albert Einstein quote "If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe then man would only have four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man," what would he have to say about all of this. And I saw this recent phenomenon of people hoarding rice with my very own eyes yesterday as if it were really real, walls and walls full of big bags of rice when I went to this store in Chinatown, Asia's bread basket bowl. And does any of this have to do with those bees that are dying from some sort of fungus and bats that are disappearing from some sort of fungus, and fish that are disappearing, and wheat that is disappearing from some sort of Ug99 fungus, and the price of barrels of oil going up and inflation going up even more from the Federal Reserve and Treasury printing up money to cover all of this national debt crisis and global warming and ecosystems that are collapsing thing? Is this all related. Is the beginning of the end near. Should I go and buy all of the rice I can find now before it is not there tomorrow or something. What does this all mean, Does Wikipedia have an entry for this?
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Saturday, April 26, 2008

This Energy Drink

Now I've heard about those energy drinks. And I have even seen them around town seemingly everywhere these days. And those drinks usually show up at all kinds of functions and events, as they seem like to magical cure that can give one energy and possible keep one awake all day and night and more, as they are usually full of some something that just gives you energy. And now there seems to be one out there In energy drink land called MAXXED Energy Pops, and they are having a "You Make My Energy Pop" contest where you can enter to win the Xbox 360 Elite Bundle and $100 Gift Certificate and 12-pack of MAXXED Energy. Now that sounds like something I could possible use with my blogaholicness. And you can actually click through that energy meter that I placed on this blog entry to give yourself some energy and keep going. And what better way to win an xbox Elite than getting yourself some energy and joining their contest and keep going sweepstakes. And you can actually download their Maxxed Energy Meter to your favorite social media network and your friends can give you some energy so you can keep going. You can also see the different locations where that MAXXED energy pop team could be coming to a location and a retailer near you making it easier for you to get yourself some energy.
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Friday, April 25, 2008

An Email

And I received another one of those Todd Eaton emails today that seem to be all protest all the time. And this one is pretty grim, as they sometimes are:

Police Acquitted: New York Times.

April 25: Verdict on yet another person who has lost their life to gun violence due. Justice for this person and all victims of police violence, and gun violence. Come out April 25th, the day of the verdict. In 2006, yet another person has lost their life by the NYPD in a hail of 40 or 50 bullets. This loss of life represents the continued targeting of communities by the police and the lack of accountability for police misconduct and abuse.

Endorsers: Audre Lorde Project, Organizing Asian Communities, Congress for Korean Reunification, Desis Rising Up and Moving , DJ Chela, Domestic Workers United , Fierce, Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition , Hasan Salaam, Hip Hop Caucus, Immigrant Justice Solidarity Project, International Action Center, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice , Justice Committee, Lynne Stewart Organization, Make the Road by Walking, Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, Mano a Mano, May 1st Coalition, National Hip Hop Political Convention, New Abolitionists, Nodutdol for Korean Community Development, October 22nd Coalition, Parents Against Police Brutality, Rebel Diaz, Revolting in Pink (R.I.P), Rights for Imprisoned People with Psychiatric Disabilities , VAMOS Unidos. War Resisters League, Where We Live Radio Program/WBAI-FM NY.

And this leads me to think about guns and gun violence again, and I could copy my blog posts over and over in my appeal to end gun violence. Guns are the worst invention of an industry ever. If only guns could be abolished from every human being on the face of planet earth, and banned from all forms of advertising in news media, television, newspapers, commercials, clothing and any other form of media that influences culture. And if only that, is it the fourth amendment, of the constitution could be rewritten to say the right to bear sticks and stones instead of guns, as if property is worth more than people. Wouldn't there be less trouble in the world if guns didn't exist. And this is a story that has been told yesterday, is told today and will be told tomorrow in the seemingly never ending cycle of the beast that feeds upon itself, that another person has lost their life to gun violence. And in other thoughts, what are all of those headlines about "New York City Police begin toting submachine guns on subways" that have been in the news the past couple of days. Hugh? Hasn't the New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority thought up enough ways to terrorize its riders going their way already with its prerecorded "If you see something, say something" messages, and its random bag searches, and its cameras everywhere, and those police with attack dogs. Who are the terrorists here? Isn't it possible for the subway and bus fares to be free and that Police, or at least their guns and attack weaons could disapear from the NYC MTA. Can the NYCMTA free its riders from oppression. It seems as if humanity is losing its civil rights in the name of security at the speed of light. And now one must be intimidated in fear and pretend that one can not possibly be machine gunned to death simply for going their way. Does Wikipedia have an entry for this as an explanation. What would Gandhi have to say about this. Is there hope for the world and society. Where is the world headed. No one is free when others are oppressed. Peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind. And what does this have to do with a No Police State?
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The Eyes

"The eyes have it", "The light of the body is the eye", and there are probably a lot of other sayings about the eye. And then there is actually seeing with the eye and vision difficulties. And how does one manage that. There are eyeglasses as an option. And then there is lasik eye surgery as an option. And if you happen to be looking for FDA Lasik, you can learn about Lasik eye surgery information from patients advocacy certified doctors. With the US Food and Drug Administration survey and CORE Lasik Quality of Life Patient Survey at USAEyes, you can find studies and information to answer all of your questions about lasik eye surgery. And there is an active patient bulletin board at their website. At USAEyes, there is information and statistics to be found for the eyes and vision.

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The Rejection Hotline

Hey Bloggers, has anyone ever heard of that Rejection Hotline? It's this telephone number that one can call to hear all of these prerecorded you were rejected messages of different sorts. And I can not exactly remember how I came across this number, years ago already, but it sure is funny and hilarious as heck to call and listen to all of those messages, or maybe it is not if one really was rejected and given this number by someone else. And the rejection hotline has different phone numbers for different cities such as Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Kansas City, Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco and Seattle. And the messages, audio clips, topics, and excuses to hear are just funny. There is the Break Up Butler Hotline number, The Bad Breath Notification Number, The It Could Always Suck More Hotline, The Telemarketers Nitemare Number and ring tone rejections somewhere to be found there also. This is one of those numbers that I could just call the different numbers to the different cities all day long just for entertainment. Have a great rejection hotline number day.
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Thursday, April 24, 2008

A Social Spark

And in the end, there's paid blogging. And I signed up for Social Spark to do paid blogging in my attempt to get rich Internet quick and blah blog my way to riches. And I think paid blogging is much, much, much, much, much more funner than non paid blogging, maybe. And it could have been one of those newspaper articles that I read a while ago about paid blogging that could have started all of this blogaholicness for me, the idea that one can earn money from writing for advertisers on their blog. And there seems to be quite a few of these blog your way to riches paid blogging companies out there in the Internet land blogosphere. And then there is Pay Per Post, which is now called IZEA, the company that seems like it is the blog your way to riches end all to be all of them all, as if one has finally made it in the paid blogging world. And now they have started this social networking site called SocialSpark, that seems a whole lot different than your usual paid blogging company. As I blahgged a few post ago, this website seems like it is MySpace, YouTube and MyBlogLog all in one to me, as it seems like one can be in social network blogger heaven and get paid for it all on one website. There are photos, profiles and avators of other bloggers on their website community, and the colors are fun to look at as one is clicking around there. You can see comments on opportunities, marketplace activity, create your own social sparks for other bloggers to write about your blog or product and a whole lot more. And at their IZEA blog you can read about their IZEAFest Conference and you can nominate and vote for your favorite blog at the Blogger's Choice Awards 08. With Social Spark, social media marketing, blog marketing and blog advertising rocks.
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Another Event

And I was reading another one of those Todd Eaton emails today that seem to be all protest all the time, and this one was titled "Time Out on Atlantic Yards". And it was talking about developers destroying and demolishing whole communities in Brooklyn for no apparent reason other than I am not sure. And that word developer that I've been hearing a lot lately when it comes to overdevelopment leads me to wonder for what reason does the word developer contain the word devel which sounds like devil? Or is that a whole another blah blog posting. And in other thoughts, I received yet another email for yet another music event, and this one seems to be a jazz music event. And I usually find myself posting events that seem interesting because hey, it's less writing sometimes:

For the second year in a row, “Home Field Advantage – Experimental Jazz in Jersey City” will present Jersey City based musicians performing cutting edge improvised music in their hometown every Friday in May. The festival, organized by Jersey City resident and musician James Keepnews, will take place at Toy Eaters Studio, Lex Leonard Gallery in Jersey City at 8pm. The festival’s concert schedule this year will be:

5/2 - Tony Malaby’s Tamarindo -- with William Parker and Nasheet Waits
5/9 - People's Revolutionary Party -- debut of an avant-garde big band organized by James Keepnews, with Daniel Carter, Ras Moshe, Matt Lavelle, Tomchess and many others
5/16 - Bryan Beninghove -- featuring Eyal Maoz and special guests
5/23 - Damian Catera -- with Michael Lopez and G. E. Schwartz
5/30 - Nate Wooley -- with Chris Speed, Reuben Radding and Harris Eisenstadt
5/2 – JC Resident and saxophonist Tony Malaby’s Tamarindo -- with William Parker on bass and Nasheet Waits on drums

When Tony Malaby is not playing in bands led by Fred Hersch, Charlie Haden, Paul Motian and other greats, he’s leading a growing number of his own groups.
Some of Tony’s best work is with trios. Consider Open Loose with Mark Helias and Tom Rainey; or Tone Collector with Eivind Opsvik and Jeff Davis; or Malaby/Sanchez/Rainey,featuring Tony’s wife, the marvelous pianist Angelica Sanchez.

William Parker unveils his latest project being Corn Meal Dance and The Inside Songs of Curtis Mayfield. Nasheet Waits, of Jason Moran’s Bandwagon, can play with streamlined purity behind Fred Hersch one night, then unleash torrents of sound with Peter Brotzmann the next.

5/9 - People's Revolutionary Party -- debut of an avant-garde big band organized by JC resident James Keepnews, with Daniel Carter on saxophones, clarinet, flute and trumpet; Ras Moshe on saxophones and flute; Matt Lavelle on trumpet and bass clarinet; Tom Chess on saxophones, flute and Turkish ney; Nick Gianni on saxophones; Welf Dorr on saxophones; James Keepnews on guitar, laptop and electronics; Todd Nicholson on upright bass; and Michael Golub on drums, organizerd by James Keepnews.

James Keepnews has performed with Daniel Carter, George Lewis, Holland Hopson, Joe Giardullo, Linda Montano, Damian Catera and many others. Keepnews is a writer, actor and musican.His writing has appeared in the New Haven Advocate, the Fairfield Weekly, The Squid's Ear, Reign of Toads and Metroland Magazine.

Daniel Carter has performed or recorded over the past three decades with such artists as: Sun Ra, Cecil Taylor, Billy Bang, William Parker, Roy Campbell, Sabir Mateen, Sonic Youth, Simone Forti, Joan Miller, Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), Nayo Takasaki, Earl Freeman, Dewey Johnson, Nami Yamamoto, Matthew Shipp, Billy Martin, John Medeski, Wilber Morris, Denis Charles, Medeski, Martin, Vernon Reid (Living Colour), Options, Spring Heel Jack, Yo La Tengo, Federico Ughi, Raphé Malik, Sam Rivers, Sunny Murray, Hamiet Bluiett, Bob Moses, Jaco Pastorius, Enrico Rava, David S. Ware, Steve Swell, Matt Lavelle, Karl Berger, Don Pate, Gunter Hampel, David Grubbs, the No Kneck Blues Band, Alan Silva, Susie Ibarra, Steve Dalachinsky, D.J. Logic, Margaret Beals, Douglas Elliot, Butch Morris, TEST, Other Dimensions In Music, One World Ensemble, Saturnalia String Trio, Levitation Unit, Wet Paint.

Tomchess has performed with Drummer Ronald Shannon Jackson’s Decoding Society, Butch Morris’s Sheng Skyscraper, recorded with Tenor players Dewey Redman, Pharoah Sanders, Morrocan Sintarist Hassan Hakmoun and Butch Morris. He has studied with Bassam Saba, Tidiani Bangoura, Abdul Aziz Tourè and Mohammad Camarra. He has performed at the Turkish Embassy, the Pakastani Embassy and the Asian Society among countless other venues in NYC and the United States.

On his steady search for the right balance between “free” and “groove” Welf Dorr's composing and (alto) playing are mixing influences from the jazz of the 60’s (from free jazz in general to Miles’ band with Wayne Shorter in particular) with contemporary elements from hip hop, drum&bass and world music. Originally from Munich (Germany) he studied at Berklee before he moved 1995 to New York. Here he played and recorded a.o. with Frank Lacy, Sonny Simmons, Sabir Mateen, Jeffrey Shurdut, Lukas Ligeti, Vernon Ried and participated in many conductions by Butch Morris as a member of the Nublu Orchestra. In 2005 he recorded a concert with a quintet including Kenny Wollesen on drums (no unfamiliar name in the NYC downtown jazz and avantgarde scene, who has played with all kinds of musicians from John Zorn to John Scofield) and Jonathan Finlayson on trumpet (long time member of Steve Coleman’s Five Elements). Besides playing in different jazz clubs in the US, Europe and Mexico he performed at festivals such as Willisau (Switzerland) or Celebrate Brooklyn as well as places as City Hall of New York.

Bassist and composer Todd Nicholson has performed with Billy Bang, Roy Campbell, Eddie Gale, Frank Lowe, William Parker, James Spaulding, and Steve Swell, among others. His work with the legendary violinist, Mr. Bang, is especially notable for its longevity: Nicholson has been a core member of Bang's ensembles for the past seven years. He has appeared in the Vision Festival, the Rochester Jazz Festival, the Other Minds Festival, Tampere Jazz Happening, Sons d'Hiver, the Ottawa Jazz Festival, and the Full Moon Festival. He has collaborated with numerous dancers, most recently Carmen deLavallade and Gus Solomons jr. at Symphony Space.

Michael Golub is a drummer, guitarist and socialist. He has composed music for the classic upstate ny ensemble, Kuru, who were briefly signed to Knitting Factory records, and for his current band, The Red Hook Project.

5/16 – JC resident and saxophonist Bryan Beninghove - featuring Eyal Maoz on guitar and special guests

Bryan Beninghove has performed with such jazz luminaries as Eddie Henderson, Rufus Reid, Ron Affif, Jamey Haddad as well as young guns like Mark Guiliana, Sam Barsh, Duane Eubanks, Rick Parker, Josh Dion. Bryan has also performed with the hard rock group Clutch, the indie band Lake Trout and beatbox extraordinaire Taylor McFerrin.

Guitarist Eyal Maoz is a composer and guitarist. Eyal was recently hosted at WNYC “Ear To Ear” radio program, presenting some of his music and ensembles. His latest CD Edom (Tzadik Records) with John Medeski on organ, Shanir Blumenkranz on bass and Ben Perowsky on drums is available now. His group Hypercolor just performed at the 2008 NYC Winter Jazzfest. Eyal's ensemble Edom performed at the 2006 Montreal Jazz Festival, 2007 BAM Next Festival and at the 2007 Winter JazzFest. His ensembles performed at the Verizon Jazz festival, Jewish Music and Heritage, The Red Sea International Jazz Festival and many others.

5/23 – JC resident and interactive guitarist Damian Catera - with Michael Lopez on drums and spoken-word artist G. E. Schwartz on poetry and vocals

Damian Catera is an electroacoustic composer/improviser, sound installation and media artist. In recent years, Catera has performed solo improvised “decompositions” using computer manipulated live radios as instrumentation in such venues as the New Museum of Contemporary Art and The Kitchen in New York City , the ZKM institute in Germany and the Institute for Contemporary Art in Prague. He is represented by the Hogar Collection Gallery in Brooklyn, NY and is the recipient of a 2008 Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

Writer, poet and vocalist G. E. Schwartz, frozen by the mad love of John Montague and Joseph Brodsky and Joey Heatherton, and the immense teaching of their spring of broken symbols, has turned and twisted in the circles of SOLOMONS RAMADA, FAKING TRAINS and EONCHS OF RUBY. He forfeited the divine nameless by putting out the book Only Other Are: Poems (LEGIBLE PRESS), all the while his little finger plumbing the dark moist sepal of new terrain. The Bellingham Dance Company has just choreographed his 'House of Silver Windows' out in the Seattle area).

5/30 – JC resident and trumpeter Nate Wooley -- with Chris Speed on tenor saxophone and clarinet, Reuben Radding on bass and JC resident Harris Eisenstadt on drums.

Nate Wooley is working with such improvisors as Paul Lytton, Anthony Braxton, John Butcher, Steve Beresford, Joe Morris, and Daniel Levin. His solo work, acoustic and with unprocessed amplification, has led him to work with bands such as Akron/Family, Wolf Eyes, Burning Star Core, and David Grubbs. The group, featuring Reuben Radding and Harris Eisenstadt, welcomes special guest Chris Speed tonight for a reading of this music as well as some of Nate's new Christian Wolff inspired 'exercises'.

Have a great music day.
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Dress Me Up

A Halloween costume. Well I know it is not exactly that Halloween time of year at this hour, but if you are located in that East Village neighborhood location of New York City as I am, everyday can seem as if it is Halloween when one sees the costumes and outfits that people are walking around on the streets all dressed up in. And if you happen to be looking for Halloween Costumes, you can find them at They have lots of costumes for adults, teens and kids. And their website is fun to look at with photos of people dressed up as Renaissance characters, princesses, gypsies and other costumes of various sorts. has wigs, hats, masks, accessories, makeup, decorations and even pet costumes. You can be your favorite character at their website, as they are all costumes all the time.

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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

The Water

And as if the world doesn't seem scary enough, sometimes is seems even scarier when I read the paper or turn on the world news. And the title of an article from that am NY newspaper a couple of weeks ago titled "Few answers on drugged water", seemed like something straight out of a science fiction novel. As if there is not a psychiatric state on the world already, the article goes on to to say something about the pharmaceutical industry is drugging all of the drinking water supplies, and that someone from the Environmental Protection Agency is supposed to hear if this is really true. Hugh? Psychiatry kills. Abolished forced psychiatric treatment. And in case you happen to be wondering what that yellow star is all about that I placed in this blog entry, psychiatric inmates were required to wear a yellow badge during the Nazi Germany eugenics, genocide, gentrification, holocaust and were the first group to be killed. Remember the 275,000 killed. And how much forced treatment than this can it get. And what does this have to do with a No Police State?
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Monday, April 21, 2008

This Sport

Hey bloggers, if you happen to be looking for picks nfl for some reason or another, is one of those website sports forums that sounds like it can be for sports addicts, baseball fanatics, someone who likes to talk about sports and baseball and apple pie all the time, or at least baseball talk all the time. You can find baseball talk, fantasy and free NFL picks at their website.

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Bushwick Open Studios

And I was walking around that neighborhood Bushwick, Brooklyn the other day, one of those New York City neighborhoods that seems as if it has a lot to be said about in regards to gentrification, poverty and the ever changing New York landscape. And there was a sign taped to one of those light poles that read "Bushwick Open Studios". Now that sounds interesting, as I read that a lot of artists have infiltrated, populated that area in recent years as exiles from the East Village, then Williamsburg, and now Bushwick as far as the L train can see on the Jefferson Ave stop. And I am always looking for some great art to see. And even though this event is not until the end of May and June, if you happen to be in that area, this art event looks as if it is great to check out. Here are a few special festival events that are listed on their website so far:

-BOS 08 preview and sample sale at Lumenhouse featuring works by Bushwick Open Studio 2008 artists.

-Bushwick Open Studio 08 Music Festival at Goodbye Blue Monday

-Bushwick Open Studio 08 Cabaret, a night of non-theatrical performance knit together by our in-house band.

-Neighborhood Sustainability Forum at Bushwick Impact, mural and garden unveiling at BUSHWICK IMPACT

Have a great art day
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Saturday, April 19, 2008

Social Spark Rocks

Social Spark is great for mommies. In other thoughts, I think Social Spark is great for mommies, daddies, aunts, uncles, sisters, brothers, sons, daughters, friends, family members, in laws, tenth removed distant cousins, someone you haven't seen in years, and any other person on planet earth. And in case you haven't heard, SocialSpark is this really cool, awesome, social media marketing, blog marketing and blog advertising network. And it is really another one of those Pay Per Post companies, another company that I am attempting to blah blog my way to get rich Internet quick riches with. And this website seems a little different than Pay Per Post, as one can request friends, see other bloggers profiles, send messages, leave comments, create sparks, blogger opportunities and a whole lot more on this website. And this website is the Hollywood of all paid blogging websites to me and it seems as if it is a combination of MySpace, YouTube and MyBlogLog all in one when it comes to social networking. And the colors and photos on their page are brilliantly awesome and beautiful to look at as one is browsing and clicking around there. And what really makes Social Spark great for mommies is that one can work from home, blog from home. One can earn money without ever having to leave home. This is a great website for every mommy of the world to consider signing up for if one wants to attempt to get rich Internet quick, or at least earn a few extra dollars while raising their children and working from home. And what better way to be with your child and earn money, than at home. Social Spark rocks.
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Friday, April 18, 2008

Earth Day

Hey Bloggers, is tomorrow Earth Day in the world, or just North America? I received another one of those Todd Eaton emails weekly calendar protests schedules today that seem to be all protest all the time, and it had the following event listed:


Apologies for the short notice but we just found out that ExxonMobil is sponsoring tomorrow's Go Green Earth Day Festival in McCarren Park. ExxonMobil is also responsible for the largest oil spill in America's history, larger than the Exxon Valdez, just meters away from where the festival will be taking place!

Other festival sponsors include BP America, Waste Management, and Forest City Ratner Company (responsible for the Atlantic Yards project). These companies are no friend to our community, and no friend to the environment.

Please join the Greenpoint SuperFUNd SuperFriendz in taking immediate action.

Join us at McCarren Park for a protest rally. We're calling on you to help reclaim Earth Day from the greenwashers and reclaim the oil from McCarren Park!

Reclaim the Oil!
Saturday, April 19, 11:00 am
Meet at Driggs and N. 12th St.
L to Bedford Av

There's oil a plenty underfoot and we oil men will be on hand with rig, drills, and buckets to reclaim our oil and our earth (day).

Dear Exxon, We Drink Your Milkshake!

About Greenwashing:

The term is generally used when significantly more money or time has been spent advertising being green (that is, operating with consideration for the environment), rather than spending resources on environmentally sound practices. This is often portrayed by changing the name or label of a product, to give the feeling of nature, for example putting an image of a forest on a bottle of harmful chemicals. Environmentalists often use greenwashing to describe the actions of energy companies, which are traditionally the largest polluters.

About the Greenpoint Exxon Mobil Oil Spill:

Between 17 and 30 million gallons of oil lie beneath North Brooklyn.

And again, today on this day there was an earth quake in middle midwest america. And that reminds me of an article I read a few weeks ago about scientists hearing noise in the ocean, like earthquakes that have never been heard before or something..... Peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind. And what does this have to do with a No Police State?
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A Film Festival

Gee, I turn on the news on this day and it says that there was an earthquake in the midwest felt as far away as several surrounding states from which it was centered. And this seems to be considered as earth day nears, the effects of mother nature and its fury, or its natural changes of itself. And I am always scared of those natural disasters of planet mother earth with humanity on its surface. And in other thoughts, the entertainment headlines say that the Tribeca Film Festival is in town April 23 through May 4. The lower Manhattan event celebrating independent film. And here is a partial list of some of those film selections that will be shown as part of it, as this event seems as if it can be the end all to be all in the independent film world. And the list of film festivals goes on and on:

Butterfly, directed by Yulia Mahr. Eclipse, directed and written by Mark Lapwood,
For Tomorrow: The First Step of the Revolution, directed by Kenneth Kokin,Heaven on Earth (Himmel auf Erden), directed by Florian Riegel. Life for a Child, directed by Ed Lachman,My Mother Said (Kuna Ni Nanang), directed by Jessica Sison,Eau Boy, directed and written by Eric Gravel,I Think I Thought, directed and written by Matthew Modine,Irish Twins, directed and written by Rider Strong and Shiloh Strong,
Shift (15 Minuten Wahrheit), Directed and written by Nico Zingelmann,
Sikumi, directed and written by Andrew Okpeaha MacLean,The Tournament (Il Torneo), directed by Michele Alhaique, written by Federico Mazzei,When I Become Silent (Watashi ga chinmoku suru toki), directed and written by Hyoe Yamamoto, About Face, directed by Chad Maker,The Elephant Garden, directed and written by Sasie Sealy. Goldfish, directed and written by Joe Wein,Heartbeats (Hartslagen), directed by Vincent Coen and Sebastiaan Lagrou,Icebergs, directed and written by Germinal Roauxl,
Little Minx Exquisite Corpse: Rope a Dope, directed by Laurent Briet,Mamitas, directed and written by Nicholas Ozeki,Takoma Park, directed and written by David Andalman, 200000 Phantoms (Nijuman No Borei), directed by Jean-Gabriel Periot, Before the Tracks Are Lost On the Wind (2007 Ehe die Spuren verwehen), directed and written by Renate Günther-Greene,Launch, directed and written by Brian Doyle,Number One, directed by Leighton Pierce,Polar, directed by Scott Nyerges, At Day’s End, directed by Sherif El Bendary,Feathers to the Sky, directed and written by Leonardo Ricagni,Have You Ever Heard About Vukovar?, directed and written by Paolo Borraccetti,Kid, directed and written by Miguel Alvarez,Made in Slovenia, directed and written by Miran Zupanic,The Second Life of the Sugar Bowl (La deuxieme vie du sucrier), directed and written by Didier Canaux,Song of Slomon, directed by Emmanuel Shirinian, written by Amy Cameron,All Saints Day, directed by Will Frears, written by Brooke Berman,The Aviatrix, directed and written by Toddy Burton,God’s Beach, directed and written by Abigail Carpenter,John and Karen, directed and written by Matthew Walker,Moon Mermaid (Sirène de lune), directed by Psyché Piras and Sophie Collay, written by Piras,Rattlesnakes (Skröltormar), directed by Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurdsson, written by Huldar Breidfjord,Willingly, directed and written by Pazit Lichtman, Cupcake, directed and written by Sean McPhillips, Kirksdale, directed and written by Ryan Spindell, co-written by Bradford Hodgson, Last Time in Clerkenwell, directed and written by Alex Budovskyl, The Money Shot, directed by Aaron Rapke, written by Stewart Kaye and Rapke, Night Light, directed and written by Mark Mollenkamp, Skeletons in the Closet (Skelett i garderoben), directed and written by Ulrik Friberg, Supply and Demand (L'offre et la demande), directed and written by Frédéric Farucci, Zombie Gets a Date, directed and written by Leetal Platt, Ana’s Way (El Camino de Ana), directed and written by Richard Vazquez,Angels Die in the Soil (Fereshtegan Dar Khak Mimirand), directed and written by Babak Amini,Cargo, directed and written by Leo Woodhead, Good Boy (Bom Garoto), directed by Davyde Wachell and written by Vinicius Alexandrino, New Boy, directed and written by Steph Green, The New Yorkist, directed and written by Dana O’Keefe, The Year of the Pig (El año del cerdo), directed by Claudia Calderón, written by Leopoldo Nakata, Fernando de Peña, and Calderón, GIFT OF FIRE Nineteen (Obscure) Frames that Changed the World, directed by Ken Jacobs, Great Genius and Profound Stupidity, directed and written by Benita Raphan, Teslamania, directed and written by Joel Schlemowitz,
Being Human, directed and written by Mike Palermo, Coffee Break (Kaffepausen), directed by Johannes Pico, written by Lars Bang, Dusk (La Hora Cero), directed by Gary Alazraki, written by Guillermo Arriaga, God Only Knows, directed by Mark V. Reyes, written by Julie Oxendale and Reyes, Hesitation, directed and written by Virginia Gilbert, Roads, directed and written by Lior Geller, The Second Line, directed and written by John Magary, Baghdad Twist, directed by Joe Balass, Deconfliction, directed by Edward Tyndall, Mandatory Service, directed and written by Jessica Habie, Not Sacks, directed by Fiona Colins, Self-Portrait With Cows Going Home And Other Works — A Portrait Of Sylvia Plachy, directed by Rebecca Dreyfus, Tale of Two Bondage Models, directed and written by Brian Lilla, Yellow Sticky Notes, directed and written by Jeff Chiba Stearns, 7 Cities (7 Sehir), directed by Reza Hemmatirad, Beginning Filmmaking, directed and written by Jay Rosenblatt, Lost Girl, directed by Ali Taleb, So Beautiful (Zo mooi), directed by Stefan van de Staak, Suspended, directed by Bahar Behbahani and The Milky Way (Le litre de lait), directed by Luc Moullet,

And here are some of their music performers to be heard:

Tribeca/ASCAP Music Lounge to feature Nick Lowe, Regina Spektor, Sia, Jon Foreman, Joseph Arthur, Ingrid Michaelson, Sondre Lerche, Rachael Yamagata, Jack Savoretti, Small Mercies, Augustana, Chris Thile, Brett Dennen, Jessie Baylin, Lizz Wright and more. Plus, Music Supervisor Alexandra Patsavas returns to curate ‘Breaking the Band, an exclusive live music showcase featuring The Hold Steady, The Virgins, and Republic Tigers.

The 2008 Festival line-up will feature numerous films that showcase music and musicians, including 90 Miles The Documentary, featuring Gloria Estefan, Lou Reed’s Berlin, and Celia the Queen, featuring the late Celia Cruz.

Additional films that feature musicians and music include:

• 90 Miles The Documentary (90 Millas El Documental), directed by Emilio Estefan, written by Jose Maldonado and Estefan. (USA) - New York Premiere, Documentary. A fascinating look at Gloria Estefan as she records her latest album, 90 Millas, which pays tribute to the history of Latin music. With appearances ranging from legendary Latin musicians such as Arturo Sandoval, Chocolate Armenteros, and Israel Lopez Cachao to contemporaries Sheila E., Carlos Santana, and Pit Bull. Followed by a special talk with Emilio Estefan, Gloria Estefan, Johnny Pacheco and special guests.
• Celia the Queen, directed by Joe Cardona and Mario De Varona, written by Cardona. Documentary. Azucar! The voice of Celia Cruz, Featuring interviews with Quincy Jones, Andy Garcia, and Wyclef Jean.
• Lou Reed’s Berlin, directed by Julian Schnabel. New York Premiere, Documentary. In 2006, artist/filmmaker Julian Schnabel took to the stage at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn to introduce a concert 33 years in the making: Lou Reed, playing his Berlin song cycle live for the first time.
• Old Man Bebo, directed by Carlos Carcas.
• Playing for Change: Peace Through Music, directed by Jonathan Walls and Mark Johnson.
• The 27 Club, directed and written by Erica Dunton.
• War Child, directed by C. Karim Chrobog.

Have a great film, music and art day. Peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind.
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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Phone Cards

phone cards. I have been seeing those things around for years now throughout my travels in this town. And I think I have actually used them at one time or another as an alternative to the what can be humongous wallet draining to call another planet at three thousand dollars a minute it seems after one views their monthly phone bill in possible shock episodes. And so those cheap phone cards are prepaid so that one knows what to expect with the phone bill phone call beforehand, and one can usually buy them at the corner bodega, deli, gas station, supermarket or some other place. And those prepaid phone cards usually provide a cheap way to call that friend, family, or some other person that is located in another state or country. And if you happen to be looking for cheap prepaid phone cards, is the ultimate phone card center. They have just about every single type of phone card available to call anywhere imaginable. They sell prepaid phone cards to call international destinations ranging from asia to middle east and europe. You can search for best phone cards to call from anywhere in the world to virtually anywhere else in the world with much cheaper rates than from large companies like at&t, sprint and other large phone companies. You can get the pin number for phone card and access numbers for the phone card and calling card delivered online and email instantly saving yourself a trip to the store.

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On This Day

And on this day, I am still seeming to find myself stuck in how to fix those other blogs that I started a while ago that seem to be full of glitches at the moment, and how to figure out how to fix that blog problem I am seemingly forever trying to figure out. Is there an online tutorial for that? And some of the many headlines on this day say that the Pope Benedict XVI is in town for his birthday I guess. And he is of a German Catholic heritage, visiting that German catholic Church St. Joseph's in Yorkville, New York City. And then there are the German heritage, immigration, ministry and all things German articles that are popping up everywhere in his presence. And isn't there some rumor about there is one Pope left to pass away before the end of the world out there in internetland, or is that a whole another blog posting? Guten Tach.
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Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Design This House

Now that seems to be a really cool and beautiful looking really big photo of a house that I placed in this blog entry for some reason or another. And the colors of that house are really beautiful also, as if it could be one of those country houses in the woods on an island all its own with its stone and wooden exterior. And I could imagine living in that house, or at least going there a lot, as it seems as if it could be one of those dream homes one sees in those beautiful homes magazines. And I never actually stopped to think about the shingles on the roof of that house and where they come from. And the shingles on the house in that photo above are a really cool color that seems as if they want to blend in with the rest of the background of that photo and that beautiful sort of country house look. And that blue sky and those trees seem to look so peaceful and serene that surround that house also. And I am not exactly sure if I would be able to put those shingles on that house if I had to. And what if I really did need to put those shingles on that house, what then, do I just go climb up on the roof and put a nail and a piece of wood into the roof, or maybe it isn't that easy. And if you need to Find a GAF ELK Factory Certified Roofing Contractor, GAF-Elk’s Premium Designer Shingles is there. GAF-Elk can help you find a roofing contractor for that home. They are a residential and commercial roofing company and they can help you to select the right contractor for your home remodeling needs. You can find a roofing contractor, distributor, lumber dealer, roofing ABC'S and installation guides and videos to watch about how to fix that roof at their website, and there's even a virtual home remodeler where you can see a full line of colors and design your own home. There are also many shingle styles and colors to be found at GAF-Elk's website for the construction and decorating of that home.

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Whitewash. What can I say about that thought that was going through my mind the other day. Well what is really going through my mind the moment s the idea that this other blog that have attempted to start gives me this message that it is not put together correctly somehow, so I guess i should figure out how to put it together correctly, whatever that could mean. And back to that thought about whitewash, I was walking down the street on the Lower East Side the other day passing by one of those former squatter buildings that are now what could be called "Homesteader buildings" and their colorful drawings on their building were gone and painted over white and one solid color in what cold maybe be called whitewashed. What does that mean, does that signify the end or beginning of an era or something else. And what does whitewash mean anyway, does Wikipedia have an entry for that. And what does this have to do with a No Police State?

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Robot Nation

Hey Bloggers, and today in America at least, is it the world also? This day seems to be finish giving ones social security mark of the beast 666 number tax day where one gives unto Caesar what is Ceasers. And who is Ceaser anyway? And for what reason does the word Caeser sound like CZAR. and in other thoughts, what's up with technology these days. Is this the result? I was sitting on that MTA subway train the other day going my way listening to their prerecorded terrorize the riders with those "If you see something say something" messages and I noticed that practically everyone on the train has a wire hanging out of their ears with some sort of walkman like, I guess iPod like device, listening to or watching something on the other end. And those who were not attached to wires were staring at or fidgeting with cell phones of some sort. And this all seemed like some sort of scene out of a science fiction movie to me as I seem stuck in the stone age of technology or something. And then there are those people who are walking around town with mini, tiny cell phones attached to their ears. Hugh? And then there are those almost non stop telemarketer phone calls that one seems to get all day long and night with what seemingly seems like every sales pitch under the son that man can think of. And those telemarketer calls seem to be automated and voice activated these days with prerecorded messages pitching some sort of product with some sort of persons prerecorded voice in every single emotion that one can think of. And these prerecorded voices even seem to speak to answering machines, and can even fill up an answering machine if one is not careful to empty those messages on that answering machine in time. How long have I been stuck in the technology stone age? What has technology done to humanity. Is this the result, a robot nation? Have a great technology day.

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Market This Blog

An email marketing application designed specifically for bloggers. Now that sounds interesting. That sounds like an application that I would like to consider using for this blog as well as my other blogs in my blogaholicness. Short of running around with a bull horn in hand and placards in the other, or short of attempting to put skywriting in the sky, this application sounds like it can be one of those applications that can do a lot of email marketing for me without all of the usual work of having to look for a bazillion email addresses to send one at a time over days and months and years at a time. Maybe this application could send them all in second, I guess. What could that be all about? Well, if you happen to be looking for a way to promote your blog and have lots of visitors visit your page, Zookoda is there for you. Zookoda is an email marketing application designed specifically for bloggers. They enables you to send a daily, weekly and monthly summaries of your latest blog posts directly into your visitors inbox. And it's all for free. Free you say? Now that is enough for me to go and visit their website now. They can help you create an email newsletter to keep your visitors informed all the time. One can add newsletter subscription forms to their blog where visitors can sign to receive your latest blog content via email, and you can even send recurring broadcasts including a feed refresh to update your email content. And even if you are not a blogger, Zookoda can still help you to send content for your website with those rss/atom feeds. Zookoda can help you build visitors with their subscriptions. They are all email marketing all the time.
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Saturday, April 12, 2008

These Days

According to that Gregorian calendar, Earth Day and May Day are nearing again this time of year. And what can I say about these days and times except help save planet mother earth. And I thought to repost that Greenpeace polar bear video and even an excerpt from last years Earth Day posting that I blah blogged about because I am starting to realize as a blogaholic that these days, times and years sometimes repeat themselves:
The earth is on fire. Planet mother earth is dying. It is being pillaged and plundered. Antarctica is disappearing. The polar bears are floating away on ice. The bees are dying, the bats are disappearing, the frogs are disappearing, wheat is disappearing, the price of oil is going up along with the economy going down or up, the population is population, Global warming, the greenhouse effect, Babylon on fire, overpollution, overpopulation, overoilism, overconsumerism, overcapitalism, overeverything. Here is a Hopi Indian Prophecy: There will come a time when the Earth grows sick and when it does a tribe will gather from all the cultures of the world who believe in deed and not words. They will work to heal it...they will be known as the "Warriors of the Rainbow". Go Green, it's the newest thing. Let us shine together to make our earth more beautiful.
And in other thoughts May Day is nearing also. And what is May Day, isn't' that that workers of the world unite holiday. And from what I can remember, there are usually a lot of events held throughout the world to coincide with these days. And here are some of them that I thought to repost:
Information is strength, knowledge is power. Workers of the world unite.
Blackkat will have its annual Blackkat Mayday party. Blackkat organized the first annual Squatter Mayday parties fifteen years ago at Tompkins Square Park. These days squatters have been thrown out and bought out and squatting no longer exists on the Lower East Side which is now called the East Village for real estate marketing purposes maybe, so the most recent mayday parties are of the rave scene.
The 10th Annual Blackkat Mayday 2008. Sunday April 27th, Tompkins Square Park. Free.
Featuring : Grandmaster Caz,Lenny Dee and more. With the Blackkat crew : Jason Bk,Arrow Chrome,The Eye, Dennis the Menance. The Hungry March Band and special guests. With live silkscreening and artwork by Peripheral Media Projects.
We invite any and all local and global activist groups to bring a table, flyers, sign up sheets, and banners to set up a booth at the event—please contact us if interested.
And then there is an Earth Day New York whose title seems as if it should have something to do with Earth Day. And there is also the Global Marijuana March as well. And then there is an email titled " Longshoremen to close ports on West Coast May 1st to protest". And I imagine there are many, many, many more of these protests and events to be found on this day, though I am not exactly sure where they are. Here's wishing you a Happy Earth And May Day. Peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind.
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Tuesday, April 8, 2008

The Police

Now that's interesting. What does it mean when I find myself blah blogging about 5.11 gear. That's some kind of police gear. And isn't the name of this blog that I am blogging on supposed to be called "No Police State?", and isn't this supposed to be titled "No Police State Girls Blog" that I am blah blogging on as well?. Well, if you happen to be looking for police gear, LA Police Gear are all gear all the time. They offer just about every type of tactical gear that one can think of.

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Monday, April 7, 2008

A Developing Story

Now these headlines on the Yahoo, MSN and CNN homepages are interesting today as I turn on the computer. And the headlines that caught my eye among many today are "Salmon vanish off California, Oregon", and "Olympic torch put out twice due to protests". And what are my blahgging thoughts about these headlines. Well first I think that Olympic torch being put out has something to do with "Free Tibet" and China oppressing its citizens for speaking out against its government. Would I be oppressed for writing this sentence if I were in China. And that CNN headline went on to read: "The Olympic torch relay was disrupted Monday by protesters in Paris demonstrating against the Chinese government, causing authorities to extinguish the flame three times and put the torch on a bus," according to The Associated Press. And well second, the bees are dying, then the bats are dying, the frogs are dying, and then the price of wheat goes up along with the price of a barrel of oil, and the truckers are boycotting, the airlines are closing, and the price of everything in the economy goes up as a result. And now the salmon are disappearing and have vanished. Is this a result of over fishing, over consumerism, overoilism, over plasticism, overdrilling, over plunderism, and over everything elseism. And that Einstein quote comes to mind, "If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe then man would only have four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man." Has the Mayan calendar run out yet. Are the polar bears floating on ice yet. Is this the beginning of the end of the ecoapocalyptic ecosystem, economy collapse. Are these the last days and times we are living in. And the last days and times of what? What would Jesus, Nostradamus and those other prophecy sayers have to say about this. Does Wikipedia have an entry for this? Earth day is getting nearer. Help save planet mother earth. Peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind.
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Friday, April 4, 2008

My Internet Service

And I am not exactly sure about all the different types of Internet service providers there are out there in Internetland, but I do think an Internet server is something one should have if they want to get the Internet. And I think I must have some sort of Internet service provider to provide me the Internet in my blogaholicness, as how else am I able to access the internet. And if you happen to be looking for the Internet, Get Isp Info can help you find low cost ISP Providers and Charter High-Speed Internet Discount Offers. They are a website that compares DSL, cable, satellite, voice over IP, dialup, wireless Internet service providers and more. Their website also has a brief history of the Internet which is interesting to read and at Get, you can find out about just about everything there is to know about finding the Internet at cheap low prices.
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Hey Bloggers, I am finding myself blah blogging away in bloggerland about random blogging thoughts again. And some of these thoughts are more complete than others in my random thoughts. And today's other random thought of the day seems to be about brainwash. What is a brainwash? And I saw someones MySpace page the other day with the title "People Are Brainwashed". What the heck does that mean, to wash ones brain? And how is that possible? Does that Internet bible dictionary Wikipedia have an answer for that? And what does this have to do with a No Police State?

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This Home

And today's posting seem to be about home insurance. And I would imagine that if one happens to have a home, whether it be an abode, shack, cabin, tent, mansion, castle, or some other type of dwelling that usually provides a roof over ones home, that one would maybe like to think that it is secure from insecurity of some sort. And if you happen to be looking for homeowners insurance to secure your home, Home Security Information is there for you. They provide information about fire safety and everything home security that one can think of. With their home security information, one can find out everything there is to learn about home security. It seems as if with their information about home security, that one can leave home for years at a time, return, and still find it there, I imagine. And you can also find information about home improvement ideas for improving your home at their website.

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An Art Exhibit

Now this is an interesting article in this weeks Village Voice. And it has something to do with "Dred" Scott Tyler, a seemingly controversial artist who addresses police brutality with his art exhibits. And he currently has an exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts. And his gallery exhibits seem to stir up the likes of everyone from Curtis Sliwa and the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association to the internetland bloggersphere bloggersworld social networking website, Police Link. And the Village Voice goes on to say that Scott Tylers past pieces have addressed "What is the Proper Way To display a U.S. Flag", and have been titled "Blue Wall of Violence". And his current exhibit provides a glimpse into his 19 year body of work, which is full of pieces meant to inspire anger. And this exhibit seems as if it may be worth checking out, if not for educational purposes.
And for what reason does the word patriot have the word riot in it. And what does this have to do with a No Police State?
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Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Bad Credit

Bad credit, I could have a lot to say about that. I think half of the world could have something to say about bad credit, maybe. And even this blog could have what could be thought of as bad credit, as I am finding myself posting an image of and writing about bad credit today. And if you happen to have bad credit and are looking for bad credit credit cards, can help you find credit card offers even with bad credit. Bad Credit Offers offers credit cards, home loans, auto loans, credit repair, personal loans, debt relief and more when it comes to credit. You can apply online instantly at their website.

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Zeitgeist, what is that all about? Is that some sort of film or religious concept. I heard someone talking about it the other day, something about the calendar is missing certain days, Jesus's birthday is on a different day or something like that, and a lot of other spiritual, hoodoo voodoo stuff I can not really remember right off hand. And doesn't the word "Zeit" mean time in German? So maybe its some spiritual philosophical time. But I do remember it was some sort of awesome mind blowing stuff. Maybe I should call that person and ask them what the heck they were talking about so I can sort of make sense with this blog entry. And maybe that internet bible dictionary Wikipedia may have an answer for that to answer all of my what does that mean questions.

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