Wednesday, November 25, 2009



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And on the morrow is that holiday of Thanksgiving time again. And with that holiday it seems to usher in the holiday and shopping shop til you drop season. And usually right after Thanksgiving then comes along Black Friday and Cyber Monday for all your shopping deals and needs. And then there's Charter’s Daily Deal Web Site. And Charter is having their end of the year, best deal of the year sweepstakes for five days only and every day there is a chance to win something different. And in case you haven't heard, Charter is internet, cable and telephone bundles all in one, and their sale ends soon. From Black Friday to Cyber Monday they are offering gift cards with special online deals. You can choose gift cards from many different stores such as The Home Depot, Macy's, GAP, Sears, Walgreens Best Buy and more. And what better way to go shopping for the holidays than for free. And if it's free, then it's for me. And you can become a fan of Charter on Facebook where you can find out their daily deals also. With Charter Communications, communicating has never been easier, as they are all communications all the time.
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A Holiday

Hey Bloggers, or whoever could be reading this blog. And this is still yet another one of those posts where I encounter that what could be called bloggers block again, as in what to blah bog about on this blog in that web 2.0 social media user generated content era. and so this posting I just thought of for some reason or another, happens to be about that Thanksgiving holiday here in that country of America. And it seems to be one of those calendar sanctioned days to observe. And yet another holiday and another year rolls around, so much that I must have blaghed abut that Thanksgiving day topic on this blog in the past. Where is that post? Oh I found it. Here are some excerpts from those posts with the word "Thanksgiving" in if from long lore ago...

And that day on the morrow must be Thanksgiving. I know because the supermarket lines that are out the door an the restaurant menus that are posted on their doors, everyone standing in New Jersey Transit lines, and DeCamp bus lines with baggage, and everyone riding the New York City subways with travelling baggage in tow says so. And remember the Indians, who were seemingly betrayed for a bag of beads, as this country of America may have been founded on violence....Have a great remember the Indians day and eat more tofurky.

And this excerpt also...

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 this one too...

First there is Thanksgiving day I guess to usher in the shop more season. And is this holiday season about the holidays and peace on earth, or are the holidays about shopping, shopping, shopping or both. And then there is the day after Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday, and what is Black Friday, the buy everything you can at a discount rate day after the Thanksgiving Day holiday. And what about buy nothing day, that day to buy nothing day after thanksgiving day. And what about over consumption and the environment. And now web 2.0 cyber go online shopping and buy everything you can Monday? What's that all about? What's next in the consume everything you can at a bargain rate holiday world. Is there something in the works for buy everything you can Tuesday, or buy everything you can month or year. Or does that holiday already exist.

And also this one too...

Glorious Food

And the advertisers say today is Black Friday, Buy Nothing Day, and the day after Thanksgiving. And a friend of mine, Laura, sent this email yesterday for the Thanksgiving Day Holiday. The poem seems to be about food, food and more food, as I guess that is one of the things that this American holiday centers around. And I spent the whole day wondering if I should repost it or not. It is a poem. And as I remember Laura, she is always good for a great poem. Happy day after remember the Indians, Black Friday, Buy Nothing and poetry day.

Who Among You Knows the Essence of Garlic?

Can your foreigner's nose smell mullets roasting in a glaze of brown bean paste and sprinkled with novas of sea salt?

Can you hear my grandmother chant the mushroom's sutra?

Can you hear the papayas crying as they bleed in porcelain plates?

I'm telling you that the bamboo slips the long pliant shoots of its myriad soft tongues into your mouth that is full of oranges.

I'm saying that the silver waterfalls of bean threads will burst in hot oil and stain your lips like zinc.

The marbled skin of the blue mackerel works good for men. The purple oils from its flesh perfume the tongues of women.

If you swallow them whole, the rice cakes soaking in a broth of coconut milk and brown sugar will never leave the bottom of your stomach.

Flukes of giant black mushrooms leap from their murky tubs and strangle the toes of young carrots.

Broiling chickens ooze grease,yellow tears of fat collect and spatter in the smoking pot.

Soft ripe pears, blushing on the kitchen window sill,kneel like plump women taking a long, luxurious shampoo,and invite you to bite their hips.

Why not grab basketfuls of steaming noodles,lush and slick as the hair of a fine lady,and squeeze?

The shrimps, big as Portuguese thumbs,stew among cut guavas, red onions,ginger root, and rosemary in lemon juice,the palm oil bubbling to the top,breaking through layers and layers of shredded coconut and sliced cashews.

Who among you knows the essence of garlic and black lotus root,of red and green peppers sizzling among squads of oysters in the skillet,of crushed ginger, fresh green onions,and pale-blue rice wine simmering in the stomach of a big red fish?

-- Garrett Hongo

Happy Thanksgiving, remember the Indians, their beads and trinkets, that twenty four dollars and the land of Manna-hatin, and eat more tofurkey. Happy Holy Dayze.

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Monday, November 23, 2009

The Car

And this posting happens to be about the Best Car Hire. And if you happen to find yourself as one of those human beings dwelling here on planet earth, you may every so often find yourself searching for one of those cars to get around town. And at, you can find cheap car rental deals, holiday car deals and more at their website and they have many popular destinations for car hire as well. You can search car deals for Hertz, Avis, Budget, Alamo and more. With, finding that car rental in the UK is just a website visit away.

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Random Thoughts

Hey Bloggers, and this is one of those postings where I find myself rambling random thoughts just for the sake of attempting to maintain this blog with content whenever possible. And this days random thought I find scribbled on some paper somewhere are the words "legend of the dog", which someone told me has something to do with being a wood flower or something and having to do with he bark that used to make the crucifixion of Christ. And what made this person refer those words legend of the dog to me I am not exactly sure, though I think it had something to do with what this piece of artwork reminded her of. And I would think Wikipedia, that internet dictionary would have and entry for that maybe. And so in my internetaholicness I'll try and visit that website in internet land to see what this phrase could exactly mean one day or so maybe. Have a great legend of the dog day.

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Thursday, November 19, 2009


This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Popstation. All opinions are 100% mine.

And I have always been a fan of music. Who hasn't enjoyed those words, melodies and beats that make the world go round, as music seems as if it can be the language of the universe. And then there is PopStation. And in case you could be wondering what Popstation is, you can find out all about it at their website. And Popstation Rocks. They are this really cool website where you can sign up to rehearse and record an original song. Your fifteen minutes of fame are here. And what an awesome concept that is in the age of technology, the idea that one can now make their own song online without ever having to leave home, or at least without ever having to leave a computer. They also have practice rooms where you can rehearse that song you are recording as well. And Popstation is having a contest. And you can enter their contest for free to win "The BIG Deal", a VIP album recording experience where you and a guest can get an all expenses paid three night stay at a New York City hotel and a professional recording studio experience as well. Not that's awesome. With Popstation, singing your way to the top of the pop charts and more is just a website visit away.
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One Hundred Years Ago

And this is yet another one of those emails I received from one of those friends group email lists. And those emails that that friend sends are kind of funny and entertaining sometimes. And so I thought to post that email on this blog because hey, it's less writing sometimes:

One hundred years ago.

Just imagine what the next 100 years will be like. Any guesses???

1909 Ford Model R

Show this to your friends, children and/or grandchildren


This will boggle your mind, I know it did mine!
The year is 1909.
One hundred years ago.
What a difference a century makes!
Here are some statistics for the Year 1909 :


The average life expectancy was 47 years.

fuel for this car was sold in drug stores only

Only 14 percent of the homes had a bathtub.

Only 8 percent of the homes had a telephone.

There were only 8,000 cars and only 144 miles

Of paved roads.

The maximum speed limit in most cities was 10 mph.

The tallest structure in the world was the Eiffel Tower

The average wage in 1909 was 22 cents per hour.

The average worker made between $200 and $400 per year ..

A competent accountant could expect to earn $2000 per year,
A dentist $2,500 per year, a veterinarian between $1,500 and $4,000 per year, and a mechanical engineer about $5,000 per year.

More than 95 percent of all births took place at HOME .

Ninety percent of all doctors had NO COLLEGE EDUCATION!

Instead, they attended so-called medical schools, many of which

Were condemned in the press AND the government as 'substandard.

Sugar cost four cents a pound.

Eggs were fourteen cents a dozen.

Coffee was fifteen cents a pound.

Most women only washed their hair once a month, and used

Borax or egg yolks for shampoo.

Canada passed a law that prohibited poor people from

Entering their country for any reason.

Five leading causes of death were:

1. Pneumonia and influenza
2. Tuberculosis
3. Diarrhea
4. Heart disease
5. Stroke

The American flag had 45 stars..

The population of Las Vegas, Nevada, was only 30!!!!

Crossword puzzles, canned beer, and iced tea Hadn't been invented yet.

There was no Mother's Day or Father's Day.

Two out of every 10 adults couldn't read or write and

Only 6 percent of all Americans had graduated from high school..

Marijuana, heroin, and morphine were all available over the counter at the local corner drugstores. Back then pharmacists said, 'Heroin clears the complexion, gives buoyancy to the mind,regulates the stomach and bowels, and is, in fact, a perfect guardian of health'

( Shocking? DUH! )

Eighteen percent of households had at least one full-time servant or domestic help..

There were about 230 reported murders in the ENTIRE U.S.A.!

Plus one more sad thought; 95 percent of the taxes we have now did not exist in 1909

Try to imagine what it may be like in another 100 years.


Have a great history day

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Monday, November 16, 2009


Hey again bloggers, or whoever happens to be reading this blog, and this posting happens to be about a Long Island Concrete Company, the concrete jungle and more concrete. And Long Island Concrete Company has all the concrete you can find for all your concrete needs and you can find Jenco ready mix concrete mix at their website for your concrete projects and you can use their ready mix concrete calculator to see how much concrete you may need for that concrete project at their website as well. With Jenco, finding that concrete you may be looking for is just a website visit away.

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The Toaster Oven

Hey bloggers, do you happen to be looking for a space saving toaster oven? You know, those toaster ovens that save space. Well, you can read all about them at Toaster Ovens Guide. They are a guide for finding that toaster oven you may be looking for. You can find reviews and recipes to to cook that favorite food you may be looking to cook at their website as well, as they are all toaster ovens all the time.

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Tofurky Soda

Tofurky Soda from IZEA! Now that's an interesting title for an email I received in that email inbox today from IZEA, that attempt to get rich internet quick pay you to blog social media marketing company also known as Pay Per Post. And I have heard of Tofurky before, as in tofu turkey maybe. And aren't they that company that makes all of those vegan and vegetarian fake meat products to be found in those health food stores and beyond. And Tofurky Rocks. Though Tofurky soda? What's that all about? Soda that tastes like turkey? Hmmmm..... Is that somewhere along the lines of Silks pumpkin flavored soymilk or maybe something like hamburger flavored tea? And so this email went on to say, read, "Hey there! Are you interested in receiving a fun Thanksgiving package from IZEA?? If so, please send me back your complete mailing address so I can ensure you are included! You'll even get to try your very own Tofurky Jones Flavored Soda!! And so I replied to that email in hopes of receiving that tofu turkey flavored soda in the mail one day. And so I gather by the approaching holiday of Thanksgiving, that it's that time of year again, that time that eventually rolls around each year for those scheduled American holidays and beyond. And what better time to try a turkey flavored soda than Thanksgiving. Now that's interesting. Remember the Indians, eat more tofurkey and have a great Tofurky Thanksgiving day.

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Saturday, November 14, 2009


Hey bloggers, and this posting happens to be about free satellite TV. You know, that television that is from a satellite somewhere up in the sky. And if you happen to be looking for that satellite television information to watch that satellite television, you can find information about it at Free Satellite TV Guide. And with the age of technology, watching television have never been easier. And if it's free, then it's for me. You can read free satellite tv reviews, promotions and specials at their website. You can also read articles about satellite tv versus cable television, Direct TV vs Dish Network and more articles at their website, as they are all tv all the time.

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Thursday, November 12, 2009

The Van Allen Belt

The Van Allen Belt. That's one of those topics that I found myself scribbling on some paper quite some time ago now where I thought to blah blog about at some point at a later date of when I find myself encountering one of those bloggers block pondering what to fill this blog with content sometimes in my attempt to maintain this blog whenever possible. And the Van Allen Belt is one of those topics. This term could be one of those conspiracy theories of a topic related to topics such as "Conspiracy theory, did we land on the moon?", "The Van Allen Legacy", ""The Van allen belt moon landing", "The Van Allen Belt Conspiracy", "The van allen radiation belt moon landing", "The van allen radiation belt moon hoax", "Man landing on the moon fake", "Man landing on the moon hoax", and a host of other titles this subject can go by. And so I found myself encountering this topic with a friend who mentioned how some man never landed on the moon decades ago. You know that "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind thing...". What? You mean I've been fooled by possibly the biggest George Orwellian brainwashing of Americans and the world fraud in history? The man on the moon was a fake? The 1969 Apollo moon landing was a hoax? Am I in outer space? How much fake patriotism encouragement can I take? And so this friend went on to say something about man can not survive past either the earth's or the moons magnetic, solar or radiation field, and that all of those photos of man on the moon where photo shopped up in some hollywood studio, with phoney shadows and lighting effects or something like that. And this friend also went on to say something about how come man hasn't flown to the moon since 1969 with the age of technology in these days and times. And how come there was no dust on the airplane, or spaceship that was used to fly to the moon when it returned to earth or landed on the moon or something like that. And how come there were no time delays in the radio broadcasts for that event. And something about this event was meant to boost patriotic moral and encouragement after the war during that time or something. And so this is a new one to me beyond comprehension. And if this possible conspiracy theory could be true, how come it is not mentioned in the media today. Is that bad for business and advertising? And what exactly is the Van Allen belt anyway? Does Wikipedia, that internet bible dictionary have an entry for this one. Does the internet have any discussions, discoveries, rants or raves about this topic. How long have I been in the dark? And now it seems as if the only discussion in the news concerning the moon is that NASA or man wants too use it as a crash target or something. And as far as I know, the moon hasn't done anything to harm man, for what reason would man want to harm the moon by crashing things into it. Have a great possible phony man landing on the moon day.

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The Loan

Hey bloggers, do you happen to find youself looking for one of those cars to get around town and also happen to find yourself looking for the best auto loan rates. Well if you do, you can find them at They are a website where you can find the best auto loan rates in your area for that car. With, comparing those auto loans is just a website visit away.

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Tuesday, November 10, 2009


Money, cash, dollars, gold, geld, dinero, pesos and any other name that word can go by. We all seem to need it to buy and sell in this world we live in. Especially if you find yourself as one of those human beings dwelling here on planet earth during a time of economic recession, impending depression when it seems as if the Federal Reserve and Treasury could be having one of those everything must go, going out of business sales and the stock exchange seems to be tanking down on wall street somewhere. And do you find yourself short on cash with I.O.U's everywhere? Well if you need cash fast, you can find it at Money and More. They have a money and more loan that you can help you when you need cash advance loan services. And during these times when it seems as if every other person is getting laid off, fired or are just out of work and looking for work, what better way to get cash fast than with a payday loan. You can apply online, get instant approval and funds fast at their website and there is no credit check or faxing required. You can also read their money loan articles about bad credit unsecured loans, how cash loans quick can assist you in times of money crisis, and how no fax cash loans can offer instant money relief. And what else is there to say about that word money that has not already been said, as money seems as if it makes the world go round.

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Television Online

Now that sounds pretty cool in the age of technology, the idea that with the invention of those computers, now everyone can watch TV shows online for free. And if you happen to be looking for Free TV Online, you can find them at Spreety. They are a website where you can watch television shows online for free. And if it's free, then it's for me. Spreety has a lot of different shows to choose from such as sports tv, news tv, movies, classic tv, popular tv and more. You can also search for shows alphabetical and by TV genres. And what better way for an alternative to cable television than with an entertainment PC. With Spreety TV Online, watching television online has never been easier.

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A Nublu Jazz Festival

And even when the world seems as if it could be falling down all around me, I still find myself blah blogging sometimes, maybe. And nublu, that really cool club and bar found on the Lower East Side now called the East Village for real estate marketing purposes maybe, is having a Jazz Festival November 5th through the 22nd. I know because their website says so. And that seemingly cool, what can the music be described as, brass band, New Orleans style, marching band or some other description of a name jazz band underground horns will be playing there at Nublu as part of their jazz festival in seemingly a couple of days from now, oh, tomorrow as I blah blog this post, on November 11th at 9pm also. And I know underground horns will be cooking some audio gumbo at nublu tomorrow because they said so. And there is and will be other performers and musicians playing there as part of this jazz festival. And how do I know this, because that Nublu Jazz Festival flyer on their website that I posted in this blog entry says so. And some of those other performers are Juini Booth and Charles Gayle, Jameel Moondoc Trio, Mandingo Ambassadors, I Led Three Lives with special guests, Al Foster Quartet, DJ Hardedge with Graham Haynes, Sveti, Seamus Blake Trio, Los Quackos with Didi Gutman, Clark Gayton, Aaron Johnston, DJ Kingston 19, Ze Luis Quartet, Ilhan Ersahin (hey, I think Ilhan is the owner of nublu)..., Bato The Yugo & Gypsy Boogie, DJ Vladie, Betty Black, Real Live Jazz Sessions, DJ Stimilus, Avram Fefer's Electric Kool Aid, On Davis, Wollesonic, DJ Probus, Heart Beat Sessions, DJ NUBLU and a host of others. And this festival jazz rocks. Have a great music festival day.

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Tuesday, November 3, 2009


Hey Bloggers, have you heard of those $8 Prescription Zenni Glasses before? Well the new arrivals are in just in time for those holiday fun eyeglasses such as those stainless half rim frames in that photo above. Zenni Optical has many different styles of eyeglasses at their website. With Zenni Optical, finding those prescription eyeglasses you may be looking for is just a website visit away.

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A Photo Store

Hey bloggers, and this posting that I find myself blah blogging about on this day happens to be about B&H photo store. One of those photo, video and pro audio stores to be found throughout that city of New York. And so for some reason or another I found myself at their store in search of one of those photo, video and audio products. And what an overwhelming FBI, CIA, who r u, military operation, policestateland,rat maze, robotic and everything else surveillance, some scene straight out of Orwellian 1984 experience indeed to wander throughout their store in search of that product. And those green baskets flying all over the ceilings with those products in tow, how interesting. And that seemingly ten part checkout procedure seems to be the most high tech complicated elaborate RFID barcode big brother technology is watching you checkout procedures I have ever witnessed during my time as one of those consumer shoppers. Pay for the the item and visit seemingly another ten cashiers in ten different lines before the item is actually even received for one to figure their way out of the door past another seemingly one million security guards on the way in and out. And there were, are so many surveillance spy on you cameras there every two inches that it seems as if that store can be one big surveillance store as their brochure describes in their surveillance video section with covert cameras, box cameras, dome cameras, everything else in disguise cameras and beyond. And that store seems to be a nation of nationalities such as never seen before to me. And what an overwhelming going through great lengths to get that item superstore shopping experience indeed at another one of those stores to be found throughout that city of New York. And that place seems one gigantic warehouse of a store where if you can't find it there, you can't find it anywhere, maybe. And what, if anything, does this have to do with a No Police State. Have a great photo, audio and video day.

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