Friday, October 31, 2008

Witches Evening

Hey Bloggers, it's finally zombie day today is here. Boo! Horror, horror, abracadabra, trick or treat, the ghosts have come to town and the dead have risen, maybe, the pagans are out, the witches are here, the devils are here, the jack o lanterns are here, curses could abound. Ghouls, crows, vultures, black cats, spiders, goblins, zombies, mummies, skeletons, and demons are around. It's ritual celebration of something time. And that's such a cool photo of that devil and his pentacle above that I thought to post it in this entry for Halloween, All Hallows Eve, All Hallows Day, Day of the Dead, All Saints Eve, Night of the Witches or whatever you may want to call this what could be the coolest day of the year when everyone could be free to be who they want to be, maybe. If only every day could be Halloween. And that nonsense nyc event list, that list that is all events in New York City all the time sent out yet another event mail list for this week. And there are so many parties listed on this day for Halloween events that I thought to just repost them All.:


The Celestial Quest of Dr. Dodge: The Rescue of Mira Placidus

Being the story of the intrepid Dr. Fortescue Dodge III and his quest to rescue his beloved, the brilliant Mira Placidus, from the clutches of mysterious and powerful Beings from beyond the heavens, utilizing the marvelous Uranian Pansynchronmetron, which allows control over the very fabric of Reality itself.

See equations dance -- feel the heavens opened -- hear the whisper of eternity -- discover hints of our destiny

A live and original storytelling event with dramatic sounds and eerie sights, told beneath the star-filled shroud of the planetarium sky.

Andrus Planetarium at the Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers
A five-minute walk from the Glenwood station on Metro-North's Hudson Line
7-7:45p; $free
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***** Also on HALLOWEEN *****

The Promised Land

A 24-Hour adventure of myth and mischief and masquerade. A three-part event that will unfold over an epic 24-hours, beginning with a renegade street parade, climaxing in a classic all-night warehouse festival, and winding out with an extended after-party in a cozy Brooklyn loft.

Part 1: The Pilgrimage. A street party. A train party. A renegade parade. Experience a liberated waterfront and sincere moments of awe. Expect a spark of fire, gifts of liquor, stilt-walking goddesses, South American drum orchestras, inspired costumes, hints of nudity, and kisses from strangers escaping from the shadows of Manhattan to the warehouse of the Promised Land. Bring: One white candle, a metro-card, and a healthy disregard for decency. Price: absolutely free.

Part 2: The Promised Land

A classic deep-Brooklyn party in a massive 112-year-old warehouse of towering steal and brick. Featuring: dance beats by djs Kimyon, Justin Carter, the Twilite Tone, Zemi 17, Wolf + Lamb, and live music from hip-hop pioneer Melle Mel, the Dolemites, and the 20-piece Candombe Carnival Drum Troop.

Plus fire and circus stunts by the Lady Circus, Hydrogen Jukebox, Sandhi Ferreira and Vatra, and the flying art contraption (yes, you will fly) by Ryan, Iris and Mike Ross of the Madagascar Institute, live love to Vote mural by ClarkClark, and massive video projections by Sebastian Patane Masuelli.

Part 1: 13th Street and 10th Avenue, Manhattan
9:30p sharp; $free

Part 2215 Ingraham Street, Brooklyn
L train to Jefferson street
11p-sunrise; $20
21 and over only

***** Also on HALLOWEEN *****

Rubulad Presents Phantasm vs. Ectoplasm

Eight Years of Horror: A Halloween Costume Ball. Scary live music by the New York Howl, Golem, and Shilpa Ray. Dismal DJs: $mall ¢hange, Gerald McBoing Boing, John Kirby, DJ Soul Pusher, Shred, and Mr. Fine Wine. In the creepy cabaret room: Ambergris, Jessica Delfino, Cathy Cathodic. In the spooky Starlight Lounge G. Scopitronic Non-Stop Monster Movie Fest.

Pus: Jalopy Ornithopter, light circus, gothic garden, floating corpses and glow in the dark bullshit by Pierre Pressure, and silkscreams by Thunder Babies. This is a costume party. Wear a costume.

You can help us continue to have a Rubulad in this space by being quiet coming and going, staying inside the space during the event and not pissing all over the sidewalk as soon as you get around the corner – which, incidentally, does attract the police and they will write you a summons. The less our neighbors have to complain about, the more fun we can have.

Rubulad Home Base
338 Flushing Avenue, between Classon and Taaffee, Brooklyn
B61 to Flushing Avenue, G train to Classon station
10p doors, 11p show; $10 before 11, in costume, or way late, $15 otherwise

***** Also on HALLOWEEN *****

From Free NYC:

Holla-Ween II

Crooked Disco celebrate the one-year anniversary tonight with Holla-Ween II. Featuring live performances by Baltimore's Claire Hux and NYC's own Koko Dozo, along with DJ sets from Philadelphia's DJ Sega (Mad Decent), Seattle's Tigerbeat, and resident DJ Morsy and DJ Kestar (collectively, The Crooked Disco DJs). There's an open bar to kick things off from 10-11 plus free candy and a $100 costume contest.

In General: Crooked Disco is a monthly party at Public Assembly in Brooklyn built by DJ Morsy (Nanachill), DJ Kestar, and FreeNYC. The goal is to create a diverse, one-room celebration of the many sounds of dance music. On any one night, you're likely to hear live and DJ sets of disco, electro, uptempo hip hop, breakbeat, Baltmore Club, and even good old New York House. Each night is varied and unique as we aim to celebrate a love for all forms of dance music rather than one specific genre.

Public Assembly
70 North 6th Street, between Berry and Wythe, Williamsburg
10p-4a; $5 with RSVP

***** Also on HALLOWEEN *****

Dances of Vice Halloween Murder Mystery Party

Prepare for an evening of mystery and glamour at The Montauk Club Halloween Murder Mystery Party, featuring live music by This Ambitious Orchestra (20-person dark cabaret orchestra), sensational jazz trio Stumblebum Brass Band, 1920s tap-dancing sensations the Minsky Sisters, and dance music all night that will thrill saints and sinners alike.

There will be an actual murder mystery game afoot at the event, so do come dressed to kill!

The Montauk Club
25 Eighth Ave, cross Lincoln, Brooklyn
8p-1a; $13 with flyer or mention nonsensenyc, $15 regular admission
All ages

NOTE: These people dress better than Halloween all year long.

***** Also on HALLOWEEN *****

The Bushwick Starr presents:


The annual Bushwick Starr Halloween benefit party. A fiendish evening of demons, nightmares, and absolute hell. Dark and devious acts featuring the Bushwick Starr Party Cover Band, Columbia, Rachel Ersoff's Fire Dancers, RMK's Zombie Hip-Hop Crew, surprise macabre vaudevillian performances. You must come dressed as a demon. You must.

Bushwick Starr
108 Starr Street, Brooklyn
9p; $free

***** Also on HALLOWEEN *****

Don't Go In the Barn Art Show

Halloween and taxidermy go together like dingle and berry. We're just getting started. This is an art show by Nate Hill, so there will be raw dead animals galore sewn together to make life-size people. Yes, there is a purpose. Tonight, in a very rare show, you can see A.D.A.M. and E.V.E. for yourself, two life-size humans meticulously sewn together from animal parts. Plus, music and free beer/BYOB. We'll keep the ventilation going all night.

Silent Barn
915 Wyckoff Avenue, at Hancock, Brooklyn
L train to Halsey station, M train to Myrtle-Wycoff station
7p-midnight; $free

NOTE: Where the kids at.

***** Also on HALLOWEEN *****

Screen Test

Back by popular demand, Screen Test, the devastatingly beautiful collision of video installation and rock show, conceived and directed by Rob Roth with the band Theo and the Skyscrapers, will be bringing its production back to NYC just in time for Halloween with a special run. Conceived and directed by Rob Roth and starring Theo Kogan and her band Theo and the Skyscrapers, Screen Test seamlessly blends haunting hallucinatory imagery, modern paranoia, and the gritty sensibility of the NYC underground rock scene to explore what is real and artificial, the role fantasy plays in survival, and how the political and media landscapes of fear affect our current mindset. Featuring modern butoh choreography by Vangeline, Screen Test merges dance, music, cinema and performance into a truly unique and haunting theater experience.

Abrons Art Center
466 Grand Street, at Pitt Street, Manhattan
7:30p, 10p; $25, discount word ATOMIC for $15 tonight
Continues through SUNDAY
212 352 3101

NOTE: Solidly weird and visually striking.

***** Also on HALLOWEEN *****

Gemini and Scorpio, GlobeSonic Entertainment, Sub Swara, and RainDanceNYC present:

Voodoo Culture Clash

A night of witchy devilry for globetrotting vagabonds. Ecstatic drums, performance, and dancing on the pier and in two glorious wood and mirror circus tents -- the season closing party of Spiegelworld.

Outdoor: Thunderous carnaval drums, samba dancers and capoeira performances by Samba Nation. Exhilarating New Orleans jazz and funk by the Sugartone Brass Band.

Ancestral Tent: GlobeSonic Sound System's Fabian Alsultany and Derek Beres burn up the dance floor with an electrorganic globalbeat melting pot of Arabian beats, Afro-Latino grooves, Jamaican house, and beyond. Parashakti and the Gatekeepers invoke the Magic of the Ancestors. Awesome aerial acts fly high under the big top.

Futur-JuJu Tent: Sub Swara brings the genre-bending bass weight injected with live turntablism and tabla. Bellydance by Alchemy Dance Theater.

Best Costume contest at 3a, with prizes including over $100 in gift certificates from Roy Teeluck Salon and Jena Wellness and others.

Spiegelworld, Pier 17 at South Street Seaport
Fulton and South Street, Manhattan
midnight-6a; $15 in advance or with RSVP / $20 door / $20 penalty for not wearing a costume
21 and over

***** Also on HALLOWEEN *****

Halloween Critical Mass

Critical Mass, an international event held in more than 325 cities on six continents, occurs on the last Friday of every month when bicyclists spontaneously come together to ride the ordinarily car-clogged streets of their cities. Critical Mass focuses on the rights of bicyclists and the rights of pedestrians on their own streets. It also brings attention to the deteriorating quality of life -- starting with the toxic levels of air and noise pollution -- that cars create for cities. Critical Mass's aim is to make people take notice of cyclists as road users. Although some obstruction of normal traffic occurs, we are only seeking to raise the profile of cycling, and put cycling and transport issues on the agenda so that they will not be ignored.

This is usually a costume ride. Followed by a Halloween party ride at 8:40p on the Brooklyn side of the Williamsburg Bridge Bike Path.

Union Square, North Side
17th Street and Broadway, Manhattan
7p; $free

***** Also on HALLOWEEN *****

Time's up! Annual Halloween party

Three floors of party, two for dancing and music, smoothie bar, radical literature, valet bike parking and more. Featuring dance-til-you-drop performers and sounds with the Rude Mechanical Orchestra, R-Tronika, and DJ Suggested D with In Our Hearts. Free food provided by the Time's Up! Diving Team.

Surreal Estate
15 Thames Street, between Bogart and Morgan avenues, Brooklyn
9p; sliding scale starting at $9.99

***** Also on HALLOWEEN *****

Halloween Parade 2007

The annual event, with hundreds of artists, 53 bands of different types of music, dancers and artists, and thousands of other New Yorkers in costumes of their own creation.

6th Avenue, between Spring and 23rd Street, Manhattan
7p; $free

***** Also on HALLOWEEN *****

Todd P / Panache Big Halloween Bash

With Matt and Kim, DMBQ, Ponytail, Aids Wolf, the Homosexuals, Child Abuse, Fiasco, and Screens.

Danbro Studios Warehouse at the Goldenrod Brewery is a gorgeous, mid-1800s vintage, raw warehouse space in the East Williamsburg Industrial Park. Shows happen in an ancient, dramatic vaulted room that used to house stores of grain for the building's original incarnation: the Goldenrod Brewery, a once famous Brooklyn brewery that folded after the 1930s due to Prohibition. Just look for the landmark smokestack that reads "VD 1858" - the bands play next to the base of that stack. Danbro Studios is a multi-use creative facility offering studio space to artists and musicians. Rehearsal spaces for $3 per square foot.

Danbro Studios Warehouse
268 Meserole Street, at Bushwick Place, Brooklyn
L train to Montrose station
8p; $12-$15 sliding scale
All ages

***** Also on HALLOWEEN *****

Horse Trade Theater Group presents:

The Pumpkin Pie Show Halloween Spectacular

Horse Trade Theater Group and the Pumpkin Pie Show present their Halloween Show Spectacular. The itinerary for this extra special evening will include a special performance of the Pumpkin Pie Show featuring unique one-night-only stories and special guest performer Rebecca Ringafelter. At the 10p show the Pumpkin Pie Show's Hanna Cheek and her rock band Bambi will perform followed by a pumpkin carving party (free pumpkins for the audience), a costume contest (costumes are strongly encouraged), and free beer (until 10p). At midnight join us for the Frigid Lottery drawing and a special Halloween edition of Penny's Open Mic.

Celebrating ten years of performances, the Pumpkin Pie Show has established itself has an all-points artistic hodgepodge of theatre and literature -- picking and choosing the essentials of each genre and channeling their rocking properties into an entertaining and truly original experience. Part monologue, part boxing match, the Pumpkin Pie Show is a rigorous storytelling session packed with enough intensity to feel like a rock concert rather than a bedtime tale. Filled with tales of the bizarre, dark, and perverted, the pumpkin pie show is bedtime stories for adults. Every story is chosen at random each night, so each show is guaranteed to be completely different from the last.

Under St. Marks
94 St. Marks, Manhattan
8p-1a; $25

***** Also on HALLOWEEN *****

Full Service Raev of the Dead

Straight from the basements of south Williamsburg and the lofts of Bushwick, Full Service bring their expertly crafted mix of eclectic party jams and immersive party visuals to Glasslands. The best and brightest in new underground DJ and VJ talent cover sexy disco, aggressive bass, and cavernous techno. Fresh on the heels of an epic Emergency Bailout Party at Love, Full Service is returning to Brooklyn with more filth, debauchery, and spooky bass to bring the grit back to the Bedford stop. Featuring Tackleberry, Mike McGill, Wreck Tech, and Mor/dan on the decks, Milk Of Paradise and Starhammer on the projectors, with host Jack Inslee. Costumes and dancing required, smoke, blood, bass, and glowsticks provided. Also featuring confetti cannons and local Brooklyn art. Going all night long.

289 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn
10p; $5 at the door, full-sensory costumed dance party

***** Also on HALLOWEEN ***** presents:

Hallowseen II

From pimps to pirates, flappers to floozies, experience Hallowseen II at your favorite local outdoor art studio, which we all know was made for this holiday.

New for Hallowseen II, founding artist Aaron Thompson presents Dr. Frankenstein's Laboratory, his horrifically terrifying finale piece for the 2008 season. Hosted by Good Witch Dani Ellision, studios is also proud to introduce young fashion designer Nikki Williams with her Halloween debut of Cheeky Bourbon, a shockingly sexy lingerie line. Rock the rest of the night away with tall, dark, and fearsome DJ Pond Scum and his metal madness.

Hallowseen II will close out the studio's 2008 season. Your first homemade Grog-n-Scrod Sangria of the night will be on us. Receive a ticket at the door with your donation. Join us for a night in the Lower East Side more terrifying than the current economic crisis. Enjoy our Recession Proof prices at the Tiki Bar, and sip on our own Grog-n-Scrod Sangria, Hot Cider, and an assortment of beer for only a $3. studios is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non profit arts service organization. Our mission is to build an educational bridge between New York contemporary artists and the children of the Lower East Side.

202 Rivington Street, between Ridge and Pitt streets, Manhattan
8p; $5 with costume, $10 without


Day of the Dead in Gringolandia

Shake out the devil and honor All Soul's in New York's only silver saloon. Pass through the saloon facade and enter spaceship. Mickey Western's Gringolandia comes alive to celebrate the annual Mexican ceremony, with performances by Day of the Dead-inspired band Lone Vein, the hypnotic rural sounds of Fall Harbor, the gypsy rhythms of the Dolomites, Mexico City-based DJ HaHaHa, and house band Mickey Western. Midnight Latin Mass delivered by Mr. Wells. Cheap silver tequila and Mexican beer bar, with homebrewed meade, ponche (hot Mexican cider), pan de muerta, Mexican chocolates, traditional foods. The ceremony must be silver.

Honey Space
146 11th Avenue, between 21st and 22nd, Manhattan
7:30p doors, 9p performances, midnight mass, going late; $free

***** Also on DAY OF THE DEAD *****

Hey, I'm Walkin' Here!

A series of exploratory perambulations through the five boroughs. Or, less pretentiously: Get off your butt and come walk around the city with us.

Starting at the city's quaintest bridge and concluding at its most enormous, this week's walk will take us from the headwaters of the Gowanus Canal down to the Narrows, an 18-mile journey winding through Park Slope, Green-Wood Cemetery (whose deceased inhabitants well outnumber Staten Island's living), Sunset Park, and Bay Ridge. We'll also be ascending Brooklyn's tallest peak, so make sure you dress appropriately for high altitudes.

Meeting point: Southeast corner of 2nd St and Smith St, Brooklyn
10a; $free

***** Also on DAY OF THE DEAD *****

Michael Arenella and His Dreamland Orchestra and Gemini and Scorpio cordially invite you to the:

Halloween Masquerade Ball

The music: The Dreamland Septet will cut loose with a special, all hot-jazz program.

The mischief: A ghoulish menagerie, with magic, burlesque banshees, fire dancers, and special guests. Unmasked guests will be spanked.

Galapagos Art Space
16 Main Street, Brooklyn
9p; $10
21 and over

***** Also on DAY OF THE DEAD *****

Cannonball Press and Supreme Trading proudly present the 2008 version:

Prints Gone Wild 4

The fourth annual vernacular printacular mega-hairy Brooklyn affordable print fair. The original and only $50-and-under American print fair.

Long-time champions of the affordable art cause, Cannonball Press has brought together these great artists as part of New York Fine Art Print Week so that New York can have a chance to see first-hand the incredible resurgence in affordable fine art printing that is happening across the country.

An entertaining sideshow will take place during the fair, featuring traditional Mexican music from Grupo Diamante Norteno, deathgrass titans the Black Death All-stars, a print-o-centric fashion show, MC David Rees (of Get Your War On fame), a performance by the Amazing Hancock Brothers, and on-the-spot printing with Drive-By Press, which operates a mobile press out of the back of their van.

Featuring the Amazing Hancock Brothers McGregor, TX, Yeehaw Industries Knoxville, TN, Howling Print Studios Brooklyn, NY, Tugboat Press Pittsburgh, PA, Bikini Press Minneapolis, MN, Justseeds Brooklyn, NY, Sean Star Wars Laurel, MS, Kayrock Screenprinting Brooklyn, NY, Space 1026 Philadelphia, PA, Purgatory Pie Press New York, NY, Drive By Press Madison, WI, Isle of Printing Nashville, TN, Cannonball Press Brooklyn, NY.

Supreme Trading
213 North 8th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
6p-midnight; $free
Continues SUNDAY
718 599 4224

***** Also on DAY OF THE DEAD *****

Finger on the Pulse and Palms Out Sounds present:

No Big Deal No. 2

Dance party, design showcase, remix collective. Featuring Grum, Leif, Snakes Say Hisss, Boody B, Bradley D and Vdrk, and DJ Never Forget and Terry Diabolik. Love Brigade will doing live silk screening of limited edition no big deal scarves and bags to celebrate its re-opening.

Death By Audio
49 South 2nd Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
10p-4a; $5 door

***** Also on DAY OF THE DEAD *****

Borderline Burlesque: Midnight Madonna Madness

Anita Cookie, Clams Casino and Neil O'Fortune present Borderline Burlesque, the first ever all-star, all-Madonna burlesque blowout. To celebrate the music of a star this huge, we've pulled out all the stops. Starring Creamy Stevens, Delirium Tremens, Dirty Martini, Little Brooklyn, Ruby Valentine and Trixie Little and the Evil Hate Monkey, plus go-go boy Kipps Ahoy, go-go girl La Maia, audience giveaways, live music, striptease, and trapeze. An amazing show for an amazing price at the coolest theater in the city.

The Zipper Factory Theater
336 West 37th Street, between 8th and 9th avenues, Manhattan
Midnight; $15

Happy Halloween.

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Thursday, October 30, 2008

The Postal Service Again

And this is actually one of those postings that I posted on this blog a while ago in my blogaholicness. And I thought to repost it again because, hey, yet another package has arrived in the mail shredded, ripped up, torn apart and patched back together again days, months and seemingly years later from the Postal Service ripping up packages that are suspect for something I guess. And does that United States Postal Service have the technology to xray mail for something so I've heard.:

What's up with that United States Postal Service Post Office? Or is it the Luftpost Postal Service, or is it the Deutsch Post Post Office, or is it just the postal service. I have heard of so many stories of packages arriving ripped and torn and inspected and interrogated and unbubblewrappedagated and customsagated and questioned and microscoped and repackaged again before they even arrive to their final destination. Are those cookies now an object to be feared? Is this a worldwide open your mail before it gets to you thing? What's up with that. Well I guess it great that the packages arrive to their destination with that sticker that says "Hey, I've been opened" than not at all. And what does this have to do with a No Police State? Happy Holy Dayze.

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This Hit

Hey Bloggers, in case you happen to be interested, you can now buy Martin at the Sands Budget-priced 1996 box set on Disky featuring 48 of Dino's best hits for Capitol that includes: 'That's Amore', 'Volare', 'Return To Me', 'Cha Cha Cha d'Amour', 'Young And Foolish', 'Memories Are Made Of This' and 'Dream A Little Dream Of Me'. And from what I remember from watching television and listening to the radio, Dean Martin is one of those performance artists with great music.

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Tuesday, October 28, 2008


Violence. What does that word mean. And for what reason is this word a part of this world and society. Is there a greek, hebrew or latin translation for this word. What is the root meaning and origin of this word. Where does it come from. Does Wikipedia have an entry for this word. And this word is usually not a good word in any sense. And yet it is a part of this world and life on planet earth. And I found myself blogging about that word violence yesterday. And I find myself blogging about it again on this day. And there was an advertisement of a side of a bus I saw that read "I am anti violence and pro respect". And there was an article in the Metro Newspaper with a title that read "Study: Abuse kills many NYC women", that said something about 44 percent of all women murdered in New York City between 2003 and 2005 were killed by their intimate partners. And that is a scary domestic violence statistic to me. And there are countless headlines on a daily basis of people who have lost their lives to some form of gun violence or violence with no end in sight. And guns are the worst invention of a death industry ever. And so this led me to ask myself yesterday and again on this day, is humanity inherently violent since the beginning of time with Adam and Eve, Cane and Abel and all of their descendants have inherited some sort of curse to crawl on their belly and suffer some sort of curse for disobeying God in that garden of Eden from the bible story thing. And it seems that as if every since the Bible days, if you believe, that the world has been in some sort of turmoil and brother against brother and man against man and king against king and nation against nation and wars and rumors of wars. And where is society headed today in what seems like to collapse of society and its morals to where it has now become acceptable for films with pornographic titles to be mainstream media. Is this all Kali Yuga and the iron age descending. And that could be a whole another blog posting. And will the world of planet mother earth never not be in some sort of turmoil until the end of time, if ever. Is another world free from and without violence possible. Peace and Love. Peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind.
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Monday, October 27, 2008

The Midas Touch

And in between reading the days daily atrocities headlines of people who have lost their lives to some sort of violence that are too innumerable to mention, so much that it seems as if one can become numb to the amount of violence that occurs in the news on a daily basis with no end in sight these days and times of what seems like Kali Yuga and the iron age descending, and the moral collapse of society. And has humanity been inherently violent since the beginning of time. And these viscious cycles of violence in the news, this seemingly beast that feeds upon itself in some sort of way, is enough to have me not wanting to read the news. Is this some sort of curse of humanity from that Adam and Eve eat the apple from the devil and crawl on their stomachs and be cursed forever Bible story thing. And for some reason that prayer comes to mind "Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the Lord my soul to keep. If I die before I wake, I pray the Lord my soul to take". Or something like that. And it seems as if some one should say some sort of prayer for humanity, the dead and the living on this All Hallows Eve day of the dead that is soon approaching. And as I was saying, in between reading the daily horrendous atrocity headlines of the day I found myself wondering, how can one have a work at home job when one is not at home working, and working somewhere else outside of the home. And that is one of those questions that occurred to me on this day as I attempt to blah blog my way to riches. And in other thoughts, someone mentioned to me that phrase "The Midas Touch", the other day as we were discussing the color of gold. And that person told me the story, a fairy tale story that I never really knew of where that phrase came from, as I thought it was from some commercial or something. And that story originates from a fairy tale about some King named Midas, who everything he touched, turned to gold. And I think that person said, the King even touched his own son, who turned to gold. And this seems as if it is one of those Wikipedia entries that I would like to read about this word Midas. And that is an interesting story to me. And I am on my way to that internet bible dictionary Wikipedia now in the internetland blogosphere to read about that word. Peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind.

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Friday, October 24, 2008

This Optical

Hey bloggers, and this posting happens to be about eyeglasses, eyeglasses and more eyeglasses. And what can I say about eyeglasses that has not already been said. Well, every so often one may find themselves in search of them for their eyesight. And I know a lot of people are wearing them because every time I see people, someone is wearing them. And then sometimes one may find themselves going through great lengths to find and get those eyeglasses, as it can sometimes become a full time job going to what seems like a million different stores in search of them at prices that can be expensive and beyond. And one way to find glasses at great low prices is with Zenni Optical. Their prices can be a great help during these trying economic times where choosing between a pair of glasses and what to eat can be a trying decision. With Zenni Optical you can find stylish prescription glasses online for as low as $8. They have a huge selection of frames with many different lenses, shapes and styles. They have many different eyeglass categories to choose from. And those eyeglasses in that photo above is from their Women's fashion category and is a Tailored Fashion Acetate Full-Rim Frame. And with Zenni Optical, finding those eyeglasses online at great low prices has never been easier.

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Everything Must Go?

And with headlines that read "Stock Market Plunges", "Dow Jones Down, triggering automatic freeze on selling", "Wall Street Dumping Stocks", "Asian, European Stocks Plunge", "NASDAQ suspends some listing rules", "Global Stocks Tumble", and and endless amount of stock market articles, it is enough to have me to wondering if the sky is falling and if the Wall Street New York Stock Exchange is having one of those everything must go going out of business sales with this roller coaster ride the stock market has been having in the news on a daily basis lately, seemingly during the same month as the changing of office of the presidential elections. And then what's up with that Uncle Sam guys name anyway. For what reason is he called Uncle Scam, I mean Sam. Does that internet bible dictionary Wikipedia have an entry for that? And then those 2012 on track doomsday images start coming to mind and that UPC bar code, social security number save no man that he may sell except he have the mark of the beast thing 666 anti christ thing appears in my conspiracy religious fanaticism thoughts again. What would Nostradamus, some prophet, guru, astrologer, numerologist and Alister Crowley have to say about this 777 stock market drop thing. And what does this all mean, if anything. Will there be no Christmas shopping ever again. Will the soup lines be for all now. And maybe everything could just be free in the world where no money is required. And maybe everyone could squat the world and live off the land for free. And whose idea is it that the land is for sale anyway, a basic necessity of human life. And for what reason does that word patriot have the word parent, traitor and riot in it. Or does it? And that National Debt Clock is broken and has ran out of numbers, the debt of something is so huge, so I read. And that verse from Timothy comes to mind again: "For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows". Peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind.

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Thursday, October 23, 2008

Legend of the Seeker

Hey bloggers, and that YouTube video trailer above is of one of those seemingly Hollywood movies coming to a screen near you. And you can find out all about this movie at And this ABC Studios weekly program seems to be an epic fantasy series that will premier as a two hour special on the weekend of November 1st. And it seems to be a Lord of the Rings, Xena, Hercules, fantasy, adventure, magic, mystery and romance film indeed.

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Theater For The New City

And Theater For The New City is having their annual Village Halloween Costume Ball again this year. And I know because the Village Voice and the flyers they have in their window says so. And isn't that that theater in that city of New York that started that Village Halloween Parade. And that Theater For The New City Village Halloween Costume Ball is one of those fun events that is great to play dress up for Halloween. And there is Cabaret all evening, hot food and entertainment, celebrity judges for their costume ball, stilt dancers, jugglers, burlesque, vaudeville, Crystal Field's "The Red And Black Masque", astrology and numerology, I-Ching, astral portraits, artists, sculptors, designers, and a whole lot more on this all hallows eve day and night. And abracadabra, their flyer says that some of this years performance artists will include: Penny Arcade, Judith Malina, Miguel Maldonado, Bina Sharif, Epstein and Hassan, Steve Ben Israel, Zeroboy, Rolondo Politi, Adriano Moraes, Loren Dunn, Jonathan Weber, Stan Rifken, Eve Packer, Judy Sky, Hot Lavender Swing Band, The Great Paprika Band, Joe Bendik, The Psychics and many many more. And this event spooky rocks. Happy impending zombie day of the dead grim reaper witchcraft day.
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Wednesday, October 22, 2008


And if only that New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority could make its subway fares free for all of its subway and transit riders. And if only that New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority could banish all MTA Police from its subway system for the harassment and intimidation of its subway riders, farebeaters and anyone and everyone who does not pay fare for transportation, so that everyone could be free. And if only this freedom for everyone from the NYC MTA's subwaya tickets, summonses and its transit court could be possible so that the NYCMTA could avoid headlines like these that are appearing in todays Yahoo Headlines with titles and subjects that read something like "Another person gets arrested for fare beating and another person could possibly lose their life from gun violence for farebeating in New York City's subway system", for no reason at all, except for the fact that guns have been invented. And guns are the worst invention of a death industry ever. If only guns could be banished from every person on the face of planet earth. If only the images of guns could be banished from all forms of pop culture, news, media, marketing, advertising, video games and toys. Does not advertising influence society? And it is a vicious cycle that feeds upon itself. And then what about subway trains, buses and other transportation systems around the country and world, how are they. And what's up with that social security UPC bar code number, save no man that he may buy or sell except that he have the mark of the beast thing. And there are other stories and atrocities going on in the news today too innumerable to mention that seems never ending in these days and times. No one is free when others are oppressed. Is another world possible.
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Monday, October 20, 2008

This Online Date

And it seems to be the age on the internet and online dating these days and times. And are you looking for online personals? Well you can find them at US Personals. They are part of a network of websites where you can fine seemingly millions of dating profiles for free. They are a place to meet and chat with people. With their Personals website, finding that online date has never been easier. Now that's interesting.
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This Ode To Blogging

And for some reason I find myself posting that ode to blogging sometimes when I can not figure out what to blah blog about. And that seems like one of those timeless odes. And in other thoughts, I was watching Channel Thirteen the other day, that public broadcasting channel that seems to be the only educational channel to watch on television these days here in this Country in America. And there was a nature program on that was saying something about Australia has a drought problem, its ozone is the worst in the world and that no other continent burns as drastically as Australia. And does this say anything about global warming and helping to save planet mother earth. And among other things on this program, those palm cockatoo parrots seemed to be the most beautiful and intelligent birds. And in other thoughts again, here is that ode to blogging:

An Ode To Blogging(sung to the tune of "Mercedes Benz" by Janis Joplin)

Oh Google, won't you give me a PageRank quickly?
My friends all have Adsense, but you banned me.
Blogged hard all my lifetime, trying to make money,
So Google, won't you give me a PageRank quickly?

Oh Shoemoney , won't give my blog a big plug?
I post every day, but never get Dugg.
I like how you're bald, but don't wear a rug,
So oh Shoemoney, won't you give my blog a big plug?

Oh AGLOCO , won't you give up your little green scam?
Your members flood my inbox with lots of spam.
You know that I'm not your biggest fan,
Oh AGLOCO, won't you give up your little green scam?

Oh Google, won't you give me a PageRank quickly?
My friends all have Adsense, but you banned me.
Blogged hard all my lifetime, trying to make money,
So Google, won't you give me a PageRank quickly?

Have a great blogging day.
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Sunday, October 19, 2008

Rate This Host

And it seems to be the age of the internet and technology again as I find myself blah blogging away about it again on this day. And I seem to be so much into finding that great web host that I just can't seem to blagh enough about it enough for some reason. And have you been finding yourself visiting what seems like a bazillion or more websites in search of the perfect web host for your website or blog. Do you or have you found yourself up all night and day and more nonstop to where your eyes may be becoming bleary from comparing those different website hosting providers to see which one is best for you and your website. Well look no more, now Web Hosting Rating can save you a lot of time when it comes to looking for that web host. They have the best website hosting, top ten web hosting providers and best web hosts 2008 all at their website. They are a great website to visit if you are looking for a new web hosting service. You can find great articles to read in their articles section about cheap web hosting, ecommerce, shared hosting, domain names and lots of other categories when it comes to all things web hosting. With Web Hosting Rating, you can find customer ratings of top 10 web hosting companies and more, and searching for that website has never been easier, as they are all web hosting all the time.

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A Halloween Bike Ride

And this day seems to be Sunday according to that Gregorian calendar. That day of rest, the Lords day, the day of God, or is that Saturday, the sabbath? And yet I still find myself blah blogging away on this computer for some reason. Abracadabra! And I picked up this flyer the other day at some store in that City of New York, that's all neon orange and black, the colors of Halloween I guess. And this flyer reads something like: Times Up. "Halloween Party Bike Ride". Wear a costume, Williamsburg Bridge, Brooklyn Side, meet at 8:30, Friday, October 31. Halloween After Party at the Surreal Estate, 15 Thames St. near the Morgan L stop in Brooklyn. Put on your scariest costume and let's ride and party. 7:00pm Halloween Critical Mass, Friday Oct 31st, Union Square Park North, Manhattan. 8:45 Brooklyn's First Halloween Bike Ride Friday, October 31st. Meet at the Brooklyn side of the Williamsburg Bridge bike path. Time's Up! Huge Halloween Party. Friday, October 31st, Surreal Estate, Party starts at 8:30pm til late. Admission $9.99 and Up. 3 floors of party, two for dancing and music, smoothie bar, radical literature, valet bike parking and more. Featuring dance till you drop performers and sounds with Rude Mechanical Orchestra, R-Tronika and DJ Suggested D with In Our Hearts and Time's Up! Free food provided by the Time's Up! Diving Team. And I assume this means dumpster diving...
Happy impending All Saints Souls Hollows Eve Day of the Dead Day.
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Saturday, October 18, 2008

Nonsense NYC

Hey Bloggers, and it's events time again. And usually it's events time again because hey, it's less writing sometimes when I am trying to figure out what to blah blog about in my blogaholicness on this blog. And I received another one of those Jeff Stark nonsense nyc emails the other day, this really cool event list that seems to be all events in that City of New York all the time. And so one of their weekly events that they have listed for this week seems really cool if you happen to be in the neighborhood, is that:

ABC No Rio Gala Benefit at Angel Orensanz Foundation for the Arts

Join us for cocktails, buffet, burlesque performances, brilliant conversation and spirited bidding in the art auction.

Master of Ceremonies: Reverend Jen. Performance: Hungry March Band, Aurora Boob Realis, Boobie von Trapp, and Jezebel Express.

Auction: Bullet Space, Kathe Burkhart, Michael Cataldi, Mel Chin, Maureen Connor, Martha Cooper, Linus Coraggio, Molly Crabapple, Peggy Cyphers, Bill Daniel, Arnon Ben David, Mike Estabrook, Robert Flynt, Chitra Ganesh, Brian George, Judy Glantzman, Mike Glier, Robert Goldman, Mimi Gross, Hans Haacke, Julie Hair, Jacob Hashimoto, Geoffrey Hendricks, International Graffiti Times, Vandana Jain, Fawad Khan, Barney Kulok, Lady Pink, Anne Arden McDonald, Joseph Nechvatal, Shirin Neshat, Nils Norman, Claes Oldenburg, Alice O'Malley, Tom Otterness, Trevor Paglen, Francis Palazzolo, Anton Perich, Judy Pfaff, Kembra Pfahler, James Romberger, Christy Rupp, Kelly Savage, Kristen Schiele, David Schmidlapp, Andres Serrano, Greg Sholette, Kiki Smith, Chris Stain, Swoon, Seth Tobocman, Marguerite Van Cook, Anton van Dalen, Tom Warren and Lawrence Weiner.
And this event rocks. Have a great art and music day.
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The Drumadics

And somehow I found myself commenting today on the Drumadics page "Hey Drumadics, I'll be playing buckets today at 42nd Street Times Square if you want to come by and check me out", as if it is some sort of New York City subway musician battle of the bucket bands or something. Though I really do not think I will be playing buckets today at 42nd Street times Square. And that CMJ Music Festival must be happening soon. I know because The Village Voice , New York Press , L Magazine and a bunch of other publications says so. And as usual this CMJ music event seems as if it is the end all to be all of the music world when it comes to all indie rock music and more. And some of the scheduled performers for this years CMJ Music Marathon are:

A Place To Bury Strangers, Beach House, Broken Social Scene, Cool Kids, Crystal Castles, Del McCoury Band, Deerhoof, Donavon Frankenreiter, Gang Gang Dance, Jay Reatard, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Lykke Li, Minus The Bear, Roisin Murphy, The Dears and Yo Majesty,Aggrolites,Akimbo,Al James The Unfazed, Al James the Unfazed and Tenlons Fort,The Albertans, Alex Diaz y Son de la Calle,Alex English,Alex English,Ali Eskandarian,Ali Vegas,Alina Simone, All The Saints, The Alright Ma's, Amanda Diva,Amazing Baby, Ambulance LTD,America's Sweetheart,The Amity Front, Amy Miles, An Albatross,An American Chinese, An Horse, Andrea Gibson, Andrew Collberg,Andrew Gerardi Band, Andrew Gibson, Andrew Hoover,Ane Brun,Animal Farm, Animal Hands,Animate Objects, Annie Lynch and the Beekeepers, Annuals, Another Black Day,The Answer, Anthony Green,Apollo Heights, Apollo Run, Arabian Prince,Arbouretum,Ari Gold,Arkadelphia, The Arms,Army Navy,Article A, Arum Rae, The Awkward Stage, Ayurveda, Backseat Goodbye, Bamboo Shoots,Barton Carroll, Battle Circus, Bazaar Royale,Beach House, Bear Hands, Bear In Heaven, Bearsuit, Bel Air,Bell, The Belleville Outfit, Ben Arnold, Ben Burgess Band, Ben Carroll, Ben Weaver, Benji Cossa, Best Friends Forever, Best Fwends, Beyondo, Bill Mike Band,Bird To Prey,Bird To Prey,Birds of Maya,Black Clouds,The Blizzards,The Blooms, Blue Album Group, The Blue Van,Boat People,Bodega Girls, Bonne Aparte,The Bowmans,The Box Social,Bret Mosley,Broken Social Scene,The Bronx,The Bronzed Chorus,Brooke Waggoner,Caitlin Moe,Cale Parks, California King,Cameron Matthews,Canada, Canasta,The Canon Logic,Carcrashlander,Carlon,Carlotta,Carolyn Alroy, The Carps, The Carribean,Casiokids,The Cassidy Project and just way too many more in the alphabet to mention. And this festival rocks. Have a great music day.
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Friday, October 17, 2008

This Space

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This World

And every so often I find myself blogging about guns and gun violence, so much that I can repost those blog entries over and over in my appeal to end gun violence. And what would that National Rifle Association and Mayors Against Gun Violence have to say about this. Does Wikipedia have an entry for this. And guns have become so much a part of pop culture that is seems scary. If only guns can be banished from all forms of advertising, media, news and marketing campaigns. It seems as if every other advertisement whether it be a commercial, film, television or print, has an image of a gun in it. And it is scary. If only images of gun violence can be banished from video games, toys, clothing and every thing else pop culture. Is it Kali Yuga and the iron age descending. Is there hope for the world, society, its values and morals. And guns are the worst invention of a death industry ever. And for what reason does that word patriot have the word riot in it, and what does parens patraie, father of our country mean, as I think this word is what involuntary slavery and servitude is based on, maybe, the idea that the state owns an individual. A man is born free but he is in chains, I read somewhere. And does that internet bible dictionary Wikipedia have an entry for this phrase. You see, when you have a gun you usually use it on someone else or yourself, and that is the hazards of having a gun, and this results in the seemingly endless amount of headlines that are generated on a daily basis of another person loses their life to gun violence with no end in sight. And there was a photo of someone holding a sign in the other days paper that read "guns, lipstick and glory" the other day at one of those election rallies. And does this sign advocate gun violence. I am only one voice, one blogger. No one is free when others are oppressed. Is another world possible. Peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind. And what does this have to do with a No Police State?

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Thursday, October 16, 2008

This Computer Answer

And yes it seems to be the age of technology and computer these days, to where it seems as if practically every other person on planet has one of those personal computers these days and times. And who could have saw this phenomenon of the computer world and the internet coming way back in time some time ago, a computer prophet? And so if you happen to be one of those computer persons who uses computers, you may sometimes be finding yourself in need or want of one of those computer gurus, tutorials, or how to use something related to computer manuals ever so often. And then what if you are looking for answers related to file extensions when it comes to everything computer. Well, BackupAnswers Blog is a website that educates computer users about all things technology and computers in the marketplace today. You can find lots of information, tools and tips about computers at their website. You can find information about lots of different file extensions at their website, and there seems to be lots of file extensions that I never even knew existed until I read their website. And their data format directory has everything from a to z when it comes to data format directories. With the BackupAnswers Blog, finding answers about the digital world has never been easier, as they are all digital world all the time.

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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Going Out Of Business?

And I am starting to wonder again about those 777, 733, 666, 999 and all things Armageddon and apocalyptic, 2012 on track things when I start reading those New York Wall Street Stock Exchange Dow Jones numbers headlines that have been in the news lately. And I find myself reading so many end of the world globalization, governmentation, nationalism of the banking industry and the new world order of the new world conspiracy theory websites that I find myself wondering to hide out under a rock or something. And then those religious fanaticism thoughts start arising. And is Wall Street having one of those going out of business everything must go sales during the same month that the presiding elections of that country of America happen to be taking place? Will everyone be in the soup kitchen lines now. Will there be no shopping for Christmas or any other day now. What would Nostradamus, Aleister Crowley, some astrologer, guru and that Internet bible dictionary Wikipedia have to say about this. Is the Antichrist here or near. Is it doomsday yet. Is the recession depression here yet. Is there some prophecy for this. Is there an entry for this. What does this all mean? And for some reason that verse arises to me again: "For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows". Have a great some sort of day.

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Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Discrimination Nation

When tyranny ends, justice begins. And still when it seems as if the world is and could be falling down all around me and spinning out of control when one reads the news and the world news, I still find myself blah blogging away on this blog for some reason. And that Babylon tower of Babel unity, confusion story thing comes to mind on this day. "And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech...And they said, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth...And the Lord said, Go to, let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another's speech...Therefore is the name of it called Babel; because the Lord did there confound the language of all the earth: and from thence did the Lord scatter them abroad upon the face of all the earth". And what's up with that Bible, that most widely read book of all time. Are these stories all true? If you believe. And so in these thoughts again, for what reason do those job applications, workplace applications, housing applications, and a lot of other applications that are passing me by at the moment, have that phrase that says something like: "This place does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,creed,religion, looks, clothing, hair, food and a list of other stuff", and then the check your nationality box if you are black, red, white, yellow, asian,orange, green, caucasian, african american, indian, purple, human, alien, animal, martian, plant and a list of other things on them if there is no discrimination or status quo at their venue. And what does status quo mean again anyway. A state of quota? A quota of the state? And a state of what? And for what reason does that word discriminate have the letters crime and criminal in it. What does this all mean, I cannot comprehend. Is another world possible. And what if anything, does this have to do with a No Police State.
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Monday, October 13, 2008

A Day

And even when it seems as if the world is and could be falling down all around me, I still find myself blah blogging away sometimes. And the news says there are wildfires raging away in Los Angeles again. And this day also seems to be Columbus day, I know because the radio, the stores, the post office and libraries says so. And what does Columbus Day mean anyway, is that when Christopher Columbus discovered America and colonized it by violence or something and betrayed the Indians for twenty five dollars worth of trinkets, or is that Thanksgiving Day. Does that Internet bible dictionary Wikipedia have an entry for this sanctioned holiday in that country of America. And in other thoughts, what exactly does that salutation phrase "Peace, love and granola" mean, as I heard someone say that the other day. And this days news seems to have Wall Street ending its going out of business everything must go sale, for the moment. And so I found myself watching television the other day, and it seems as if every other commercial was for a pharmaceutical prescription drug. Is it a drugged up nation courtesy of the American Psychiatric, psych cia trick Association. Psychiatry Kills. And what does that mean. And what, if anything does this have to do with a No Police State? Peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind.

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Saturday, October 11, 2008

Honk Festival

Hey Bloggers, there's a Honk Festival going on this weekend somewhere in the Boston area in that country of America. I know because a friend who went there today with The Himalayas Marching Band says so. And in case you haven't heard, that Honk Festival at the Davis Square takes place each year and has what seems like a zillion marching bands from all around the world that march in its festival over the weekend. And there is a Honk Parade to reclaim the streets for horns, bikes and feet. And Honk! is also at Oktoberfest in Harvard Square and more.

And some of the bands and organizations marching and participating in this years festival are: Green Streets Initiative, the Open Air Circus, Bikes Not Bombs, the Boston Derby Dames, Veterans For Peace, Livable Streets Alliance, the Puppeteers Cooperative, Vermont’s Bread and Puppet Theater, Second Line Social Aid and Pleasure Society Brass_Band, Hungry March Band, Brass Liberation Orchestra, MarchFourth Marching Band, Rude Mechanical Orchestra, Himalayas, Titubanda, What Cheer? Brigade, Environmental Encroachment, Bread and Puppet Circus Band, Chaotic Insurrection Ensemble, Yellow Hat Band, Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band, Leftist Marching Band, Seed and Feed Marching Abominable, TriBattery Pops, The Scene Of The Crime Rovers, The Loyd Family Players, Brass Messengers, Original Big Seven Social Aid and Pleasure Club and more. And this festival rocks. Have a great marching band day.
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Finding A Date

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Yin And Yang

And so what exactly is Yin and Yang whose images I placed in this blog posting. And what do those words mean. Do those words mean something in another language? Let me consult that Internet bible dictionary Wikipedia and be right back......
Okay, so I didn't exactly find out what those words meant in another language, though Wikipedia said it had something to do wit the word pinyin, whatever that word could mean. And it also has something to do with Taoism. Isn't Taoism an Eastern philosophy. Anyway, from what I know, I think it has something to do with the ideas that opposites attract and it is the order of the energy of the universe or something. It is some sort of ki force, whatever Ki could mean. It could be those five elements of the earth, air, fire and water. It is black and white, up and down, hot and cold, loud and quiet, start and stop, salt and sugar, light and dark, life and death. It is that harmonious flow of energy and balance. And what if one is out of balance. It is the sun, the moon, plants, air, water, food, animals, man, the cycle of the seasons, day and night. And opposites attract. And whatever this cool looking image could mean, have a great yin yang day.

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Thursday, October 9, 2008

Who Just Called

Now that's interesting in this age of technology and communications, now one can do that Reverse Phone Lookup and find out who just called without having to guess. Now the 50 State Phone Lookup takes out all of the guessing of who just called. Their directory lets you to look up unknown, unpublished and cell phone numbers to see who may have called you. And how interesting this reverse phone search is in the age of communication and technology these days.
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A Holy Day

And today on this day is that Yom Kippur holy holiday of the Jewish calendar. I now because a friend told me so. And when I take a look at that Gregorian calendar that is sitting here, it says so too that sure enough October 9 has the words Yom Kippur written on it. And I am not exactly sure what this holiday is all about but I think it has something to do with Rosh Hashanah another one of those holy Jewish holidays that was I think last week and being a Jewish day of atonement and fasting and meditating at sundown for sin. And that is some sort of will indeed to fast before sundown. Repent, Repent for the kingdom is at hand and all have come short of the glory of God, or something like that. And these could be holy days indeed. And though I am not sure what more words to say about this holiday, I can only say Happy Yom Kippur and Happy Jewish New Year of the Jewish calendar year, though I did not even know that there was a Jewish calendar.

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Monday, October 6, 2008

Musical Fashion

And I am not sure what to call the title of this post as I blah blog away on this day, though I do know it has something to do with music and fashion that I would like to blah blog about in this post. And so what's up with that Mary Poppins look that is on the streets these days when it comes to fashion with all of the clothing being either pleated, puffed, or Mary Poppined up in some sort of way. And those half sleeves that everyone is wearing everywhere on the streets that is to be found in clothing stores everywhere these days, I still can not comprehend as a fashion statement. And every era has its fashion trends I guess. And so that photo above with that trippy looking red color was taken by Sugarcane of East Village Pharmacy, and his cool amazingly high tech camera phone, is of Welf, Kevin, Joe, Kevin, Mike and Chris of Funk Monk, or Monk Funk as I have seen it listed on the Lucky Cat's website, with their horns and drums performing at The Lucky Cat as part of their Brooklyn Experiments series. And that Lucky Cat restaurant, bar and lounge is doing the go green it's the new thing thing, as they have vegetarian and vegan food and their delivery containers are made of biodegradable and or compostable materials. And their paper that covered that straw that came with that drink was an eco product made from corn and 100% compostable. And they are helping to save planet mother earth I guess. And they are located on that trendie indie rock scene street of Grand with all of its bars and clubs, in that trendy indie hipster rock scene neighborhood of Williamsburg, Brooklyn in that City of New York. And their venue rocks. And every decade of New York seems to have it's era, at least when it comes to real estate. Have a great music and fashion day.
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Bailout Blues News

Hey Bloggers, and one would think that from watching and listening to this days Headline News, that the sky is falling as today's headlines around the world read such titles as "Another Traumatic Day", "Fed will provide up to $900 billion in loans to squeezed banks", "Markets Take Another Plunge", "Stocks suffer blowout as global crisis persists", "Markets Plunge To Lowest Level In Four Years", "Stocks Fall Amid Global Selloff", banks are in crisis and global markets are falling. And the list of these Wall Street New York Stock Exchange headlines goes on and on in the midst of what seems like a never ending series of other atrocious headlines all to innumerable to mention in this blog posting. And what does this stock market thing mean that has been in the news seemingly around the same time as the presidential elections. Will everyone be able to go christmas shopping this year? Is this the depression recession everyone may be in the soup lines at the same time thing. Does everyone have to start hiding their money and gold under a mattress and pillow now. And there seems to be such a global collapse of the economy and the debt of men of this earth in the news so much now that even the Federal Reserve and Treasure are having difficulty printing up enough money fast enough to cover it all. Is this 2012 on track, doomsday, the apocalypse. What would Nostradamus have to say about this or what would that Internet bible dictionary Wikipedia have to say about this stock market crash thing. And so maybe during those recession depression times, squatting and homesteading could arise, and living off the land could arise and everyone could be free from being wage slaves for the lords of the land. Whose idea is it that the land is for sale anyway, a basic necessity of human life. Housing is a human right. No one should work, everyone should relax, we could still maintain the land. Can the world become one big Rainbow Family for all nationalities of Babylon and humanity. And what is that Rainbow Family Native American Hopi Prophecy of the Rainbow Warriors all about that says the Rainbow Warriors will save the earth from environmental destruction. Is another world possible. No one is free while others are oppressed. Squat the world. And for what reason does that verse from the Bible come to mind again "For the love of money is the root of all evil, which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows". Peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind.
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Sunday, October 5, 2008

This Debate Party

The elections for some different candidate in that country of America must be coming up soon. I know because practically every media outlet that one listens to, watches or reads says so. And with those elections comes the debates. And if you happen to be looking for a reason to debate this party and have your own Debate party, Celebrations has lots of ideas for your debate party. They are fabulous parties made easy. You can find election debate party decorations in all of those red white and blue colors to decorate your party all in red white and blue at their website. You can be a patriot, democrat and a republican all at once with their decoration ideas. And Celebrations has interesting candidate and food ideas also. With Celebrations, celebrating with a party has never been easier.

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