Friday, November 14, 2014

Father John Misty



I hadn't seen much of my old friend Mr. Misty this summer, his presence was deeply missed around party cove, heard he was doing some touring in support of his album "Fear Fun" good for himself...metaphorically of course.


















What a fine song, with a fine horse, fine home, fine barn and a fine field of dreams just fine.....


















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Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Shame day.



Our National shame day… oh wait, sorry, I meant to say “Happy Veteran’s Day”

The Department of Veterans Affairs is refusing to answer new questions about the possible death of tens of thousands of veterans who were awaiting access to the VA’s health care service, and whether thousands of medical records were destroyed.
Instead, the VA took to criticizing press reports about its shoddy performance over the last 15 years.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald promised a more accountable VA, but so far the VA is dodging questions about how many veterans have died or been delayed access to health care.
A report from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution said up to 47,786 veterans have died since 1998 after waiting to be approved for the VA’s health care system.

Internal VA documents confirm those numbers. As of mid-2012, the VA’s internal numbers indicated that it has a record of nearly 48,000 veterans who died with a status of “pending” in the VA’s health system. It’s not immediately clear how that number may have changed since 2012.
On Sunday, the VA responded with a blog post that says several facts have been omitted from recent press stories.
“It is important that we openly and willingly discuss our mistakes and how we intend to improve,” wrote Stephanie Mardon, acting chief business officer for the Veterans Health Administration. “As we acknowledge areas where more work is needed, we also need to set the record straight when our work is unfairly mischaracterized.”
But the blog post does little to answer the question of whether nearly 48,000 veterans have died while waiting for health care, and instead tries to argue that some of those veterans never formally tried to enroll. Specifically, the VA said it was a mere “allegation” that 47,786 veterans with pending applications for health care died without getting that access.

It countered that allegation with a “VA fact,” which is that an analysis of 1,843 pending records showed that about 75 percent of them never tried to apply for benefits. “We learned that the majority of records associated with deceased Veterans (75 percent) were for veterans who died who were not applying for health care benefits,” the blog said.
But the blog post doesn’t say why it only looked at 1,843 records, and provides no further details. A VA press secretary said she would try to get answers, but had none near the end of the day on Monday.

Internal VA records also indicate that close to 900,000 veterans are still in a “pending” status to receive VA care. But in its blog post Sunday, the VA tried to argue that most of those shouldn’t count because only 216,736 of them have an application date, a sign that they are formal applicants.

Additionally, the VA shifted the blame to the veterans for why these applications cannot be completed. The VA said about half of them need more information proving the applicant is a veteran, and the other half need more financial information from the veteran.

But explanation goes against information that the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee has received directly from the VA. Back in July, the VA told the committee that roughly 900,000 veterans are still in pending status.

And while the VA has said these delays are due to the lack of information being provided by veterans, others argue that the huge number shows that the VA’s electronic application system is completely broken. For example, they say it clearly doesn’t make it easy for veterans to submit information showing they are actual veterans, and does not seem to tie into any other government database that would have that information.

While the VA struggles to explain the possible death of nearly 48,000 veterans, it is also refusing so far to explain the possible destruction of thousands of veteran’s records.

At a July 8 hearing, VA whistleblower Scott Davis from the Health Eligibility Center in Atlanta said more than 10,000 veteran health records may have been deleted, and nearly 40,000 unprocessed applications were lost and then rediscovered.
House Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chairman Jeff Miller (R-Fla.) followed that up by asking for information related to this charge from the VA by late July.
A few days after that deadline, Miller got a letter saying the documents could not be produced because of a separate, ongoing investigation by the VA’s Office of Inspector General that Miller had requested.
“[T]he mere existence of a parallel OIG investigation emphatically is not a legitimate basis for VA unilaterally to decline a request for records for a committee oversight investigation,” Miller wrote. “In fact, my staff has been in contact with the OIG, which indicated there was no issue with a parallel inquiry in this matter.”
Miller then asked that this information be provided by August 15. When asked whether the committee received that information yet, three days past the deadline, a House aide replied, “no.”


No matter how UN-honorably the administrations treats our veterans, it is our duty to salute them all on this Veteran’s Day.








I will remember your sacrifice for the rest of my life.







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Saturday, November 8, 2014

Morning tune to wake my head.


An instrumental by the band King Giant, inspired by man's tradition of initiation, ceremony, the mysteries, and the age old quest to connect with the divine.



Road to Eleusis 


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Sunday, November 2, 2014

Albeit jaded...keep'em smiling. :o)>



Strawberry lips
sippin’ on a Stoli nip
stocked up on Mohawk cigarettes
A carton to New York City
the rest a dollar a piece
pay my way on down the Natchez Trace to New Orleans

I ain’t getting any younger
I’m tired of feeling alone
I pay a smile to the prettiest sight
In my rearview the backlit city skyline

Baby, this is what livin feels like!

Coming up on Houston
I think I’ll bypass this town
Johnny’s got a spliff with my name on it
in Austin where everybody’s hip
Honey, I guess so am I
All I want’s a cowboy to lead me in some honky tonk dive

A juke joint jive like Po’ Monkey’s
through corn husks, red mud
making two lefts turns off Highway 61

Keeping this road hot until she drops
black top, in the back my finest bottle of Scotch
Top down in the valley
“Feeling Alright” on stereo
Feeling like I could dance all night

Baby, this is what livin feels like!

I fall asleep on a misty white sand beach
Wisps of cloudy hair and sun golden teeth
I feel the pulse of everything from my head down to my feet
Every heart left in the world beating within me!

Hey hi I’m in love with this life!
I flirt with Time to buy more of what’s mine
so rightfully mine
Just my little piece of the pie
Well if I’m going out then I’m going out in style
Say what you will, say what you’d like
Just another broke down beat in the heart of Big Sky

This is what livin feels like!





Ain’t a song in the sky
the trees they calm to a still
A whisper glides
makes its way on down the street
A fetid stench steams in curls and it sits on the curb

I heard seven trumpets calling from seven lonely hills
as I walked on toward the station to get my ticket outta here
By noontime with cars heeled and all backed up to a hilt
the midday sun began to walk the line
black clouds began to pill

Here comes the rain

All was calm when it broke
From the doorway I could hear it coming down as he spoke
Crippled man out on a crate pouring truth out of his throat
screaming, “Can’t you see it’s your own air on which you choke?”

“Yes sir but people are just passersby by trade
on our way to slave away all day the highways to our graves”
“You know the language may have differed
but the Romans said the same
Don’t you know things of this earth will become earth once again?”

Here come the rain!

I gave you love and I gave you this world
to those I gave most what do you give me in return?
Oedipus kisses mother thrice on the cheek
an eye for an eye leaves but just one eye to see

Don’t rattle its cage! Don’t toss up its sands!
Cause for things like Fate honey Time’s only dice in its hand
“How long will you simple ones love your simple ways?”
Christchurch woman screams from the turret,
“Till it’s taken away!”

Here come the rain!
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Friday, October 24, 2014

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"If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they have planned for you?























































































































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My parents taught me to be honest...

My teacher asked me what my favorite animal was, and I said, "Fried chicken."
She said I wasn't funny, but she couldn't have been right, because everyone else laughed.

My parents told me to always tell the truth. I did. Fried chicken is my favorite animal.
I told my dad what happened, and he said my teacher was probably a member of PETA.
He said they love animals very much.

I do, too, especially, chicken, pork and beef. Anyway, my teacher sent me to the principal's office.
I told him what happened, and he laughed, too. Then he told me not to do it again.
 
The next day in class my teacher asked me what my favorite live animal was.
I told her it was chicken. She asked me why, so I told her it was because you could make them into fried chicken.
She sent me back to the principal's office. He laughed, and told me not to do it again.
 
I don't understand. My parents taught me to be honest, but my teacher doesn't like it when I am.
 
Today, my teacher asked me to tell her what famous person I admired most. I told her, "Colonel Sanders."


Guess where the f.... I am now...

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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Embracing Ebola

Billy is a close friends daughters boyfriend, he graduated collage a couple years ago with a degree in aerospace engineering, Billy is a very bright young man with an incredibly calm demeanor for his age, the type of calmness, that I have uncomfortably embarrassed him a time or two by describing as having the "quiet confidence of a well hung man" you should see him and his girlfriend turn beet red with embarrassment.

I digress.

After Billy graduated he took a job, flying a corporate air plane for a gold mine in Guinea, Billy was making good money, experiencing parts of the world he may never have had a chance to without this job plus he was getting paid to rack up needed flight time.

When Billy returned home last year for a visit and never returned to his job, I was a little baffled, so when I saw him at the lake I ask him "WTF Dude?" He said the Ebola virus had gotten really bad in some of the areas he working in and it scared the shit out of him so he had quit the job and returned home. I told him that I was disappointed for him, but he had made the right discussion. That conversation happened last year, so I've been listening for the inevitable words Ebola and outbreak for sometime.

Those words started slipping into the U.S. media about 6 months ago.

I was confident the Ebola virus would have little effect on the United States as we have the CDC and those SOB's are bad ass and can contain and fight off any bat shit virus with their expertise and procedures. Well, I was obviously either ignorant or fucking delusional because it seems as if the CDC has gone the same way as other government agencies during the last 15 years and has become bloated and lead by egotistical assholes.

When a "leader" underestimates the disastrous effects of a national disaster or lets say the distinct possibility of an deadly bat shit viral epidemic being spread into the United States it should be seen quickly and the leadership that is lacking should be removed and replaced as in the case of director Dr. Tom Frieden this man may be a fantastic doctor and scientist and should continue in that position if so, but to allow him to continue as the spokes person for the CDC and especially in this Ebola situation is an unwise decision and needs to be re-thought. Dr. Frieden had his chance to instill confidence in the public and he blew it. At this point it does not matter what Dr. Frieden says, the CDC has been irresponsible with all of our lives. This is a matter of National Security and the CDC and our government has dropped the ball. 

One of my friends said "It's just the governments way of culling the herd." (Culling the herd involves separating the sickly or weaker animals from the stronger and healthier animals so as to increase the overall quality of the herd.)
As in less resources, less people, more resources, better life.  "I get it. I like those types of friends, they think outside of the box."

That intentional culling would be an intriguing possibility if the Ebola virus only killed the weak and sickly, however the virus does not discriminate and will kill all of us. Plus, one would have to believe our government has already produced the cure for the virus and has a stock pile of said cure for the elite. At this point I highly doubt that scenario.

I personally believe this is just another sign of a very arrogant and selfish generation of individuals in power (nothing to do with party lines) just leaders with an over all inability to see past their own narcissism, these individual leaders are for sale and increasingly responsive to special interests and not the public interest. This overall lacking in true ethical leaders and a health care industry that is more responsive to greed and personal bottom lines rather than "health care" is a recipe for disaster.

I also find it deeply disturbing that when a crew from NBC news went to Liberia to film within the effected infected areas that crew was allowed to return from Liberia to the U.S. as nonchalantly as if they were in Vermont covering the fall colors.

It is then discovered that the camera man was infected with Ebola while in Liberia so the entire crew including Dr. Nancy Snyderman agreed to a voluntary 21 day in home quarantine. Then within a few days Dr. Nancy Snyderman is seen breaking that quarantine at public restaurant picking up food.

Dr. Nancy Snyderman is the chief medical editor for NBC news, she is a doctor, a professional and a public spokes person for health care. She has failed her profession, ethics and the public with her irresponsible actions.

The New York Post. Washington Post, Huffington Post, CNN etc. have all done stories on Dr. Snydermans irresponsible actions and her lack luster apology. However, why has that story not been reported on any of the national news outlets, such as CBS, NBC or ABC ?   


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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Horatio Talbot

Just surfing along hanging ten and wham I slam into Horatio Talbot. My surfing has ended, I have found today's mesmerizing masterpiece.









Check out more of Mr. Talbot's numerous uploads.

click here to view all of Horatio Talbot tube's


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Monday, October 13, 2014

Clown-noia

LMFAO

From the USA Today-

BAKERSFIELD, California (AP) — People dressed as clowns are causing a stir in California's San Joaquin Valley.
The latest after-dark sighting came Saturday, when police in Bakersfield responded around 8 p.m. to a report of a clown holding a firearm.
Officers searched but didn't find anyone.
The Bakersfield Californian reports that the latest sighting came after a week during which police received numerous calls about scary or mischievous clowns.

According to the newspaper, police said they have arrested one minor who acknowledged dressing up and chasing younger juveniles.



Ok funny, strange and why the fuck is this news ?
Yet the pictures I found on some other media sources on this story are
"AWESOME"

From 6abc.com









KRON4



KMPH4




Mail One


Wasco Clown Facebook page


I've had more than a few friends who have issues with clowns (pussies).  However, one of them had a particularly horrible fear of midget clowns.

So at one of his birthday parties a few years ago I hired a midget stripper clown to entertain him and hang out with everyone, As an extra surprise I made a financial deal with her, I payed her extra every time she could sneak up on Rich and punch him in the balls.

 HAHAHAHAHA,

I literally got a hernia from laughing so hard that night. Watching Rich while he tried to hide the fear in his eyes, plus his shock and pain from being scared and punched in the sack all evening by this midget stripper clown was Priceless. Well not really, it actually cost me a shit load of money.

I truly miss you my brother. RIP






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Using your head ?




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Sunday, October 12, 2014

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Scatter them bombs like fairy dust.

Bomb Everyone

September 30, 2014

Humanitarian arguments, if consistently applied, could be used to flatten the entire Middle East

By George Monbiot, published in the Guardian 1st October 2014

Let’s bomb the Muslim world – all of it – to save the lives of its people. Surely this is the only consistent moral course? 

Why stop at blowing up Islamic State, when the Syrian government has murdered and tortured so many? This, after all, was last year’s moral imperative. What’s changed?

How about blasting the Shia militias in Iraq? One of them selected 40 people from the streets of Baghdad in June and murdered them for being Sunnis(1). Another massacred 68 people at a mosque in August(2). They now talk openly of “cleansing” and “erasure”(3), once Islamic State has been defeated. As a senior Shia politician warns, “we are in the process of creating Shia al-Qaida radical groups equal in their radicalisation to the Sunni Qaida.”(4)

What humanitarian principle instructs you to stop there? In Gaza this year, 2,100 Palestinians were massacred: including people taking shelter in schools and hospitals. Surely these atrocities demand an air war against Israel? And what’s the moral basis for refusing to liquidate Iran? Mohsen Amir-Aslani was hanged there last week for making “innovations in the religion” (suggesting that the story of Jonah in the Qu’ran was symbolic rather than literal)(5). Surely that should inspire humanitarian action from above? Pakistan is crying out for friendly bombs: an elderly British man, Mohammed Asghar, who suffers from paranoid schizophrenia, is, like other blasphemers, awaiting execution there after claiming to be a holy prophet(6). One of his prison guards has already shot him in the back.

Is there not an urgent duty to blow up Saudi Arabia? It has beheaded 59 people so far this year, for offences that include adultery, sorcery and witchcraft(7). It has long presented a far greater threat to the west than Isis now poses. In 2009 Hillary Clinton warned in a secret memo that “Saudi Arabia remains a critical financial support base for al-Qa’ida, the Taliban … and other terrorist groups.”(8) In July, the former head of MI6, Sir Richard Dearlove, revealed that Prince Bandar bin Sultan, until recently the head of Saudi intelligence, told him: “The time is not far off in the Middle East, Richard, when it will be literally ‘God help the Shia’. More than a billion Sunnis have simply had enough of them.”(9) Saudi support for extreme Sunni militias in Syria during Bandar’s tenure is widely blamed for the rapid rise of Isis(10,11). Why take out the subsidiary and spare the headquarters?

The humanitarian arguments aired in parliament last week(12), if consistently applied, could be used to flatten the entire Middle East and West Asia. By this means you could end all human suffering, liberating the people of these regions from the vale of tears in which they live.

Perhaps this is the plan: Barack Obama has now bombed seven largely-Muslim countries(13), in each case citing a moral imperative. The result, as you can see in Libya, Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan,Yemen, Somalia and Syria, has been the eradication of jihadi groups, of conflict, chaos, murder, oppression and torture. Evil has been driven from the face of the earth by the destroying angels of the west.

Now we have a new target, and a new reason to dispense mercy from the sky, with similar prospects of success. Yes, the agenda and practices of Isis are disgusting. It murders and tortures, terrorises and threatens. As Obama says, it is a “network of death”(14). But it’s one of many networks of death. Worse still, a western crusade appears to be exactly what it wants(15).

Already Obama’s bombings have brought Isis and Jabhat al-Nusra, a rival militia affiliated to Al Qaeda, together(16). More than 6,000 fighters have joined Isis since the bombardment began(17). They dangled the heads of their victims in front of the cameras as bait for war planes. And our governments were stupid enough to take it.

And if the bombing succeeds? If – and it’s a big if – it manages to tilt the balance against Isis, what then? Then we’ll start hearing once more about Shia death squads and the moral imperative to destroy them too – and any civilians who happen to get in the way. The targets change; the policy doesn’t. Never mind the question, the answer is bombs. In the name of peace and the preservation of life, our governments wage perpetual war.

While the bombs fall, our states befriend and defend other networks of death. The US government still refuses – despite Obama’s promise – to release the 28 redacted pages from the Joint Congressional Inquiry into 9/11, which document Saudi Arabian complicity in the attack on America(18). In the UK, in 2004 the Serious Fraud Office began investigating allegations of massive bribes paid by the British weapons company BAE to Saudi ministers and middlemen. Just as the crucial evidence was about to be released, Tony Blair intervened to stop the investigation(19). The biggest alleged beneficiary was Prince Bandar, mentioned above. The Serious Fraud Office was investigating a claim that, with the approval of the British government, he received £1bn in secret payments from BAE(20).

And still it goes on. Last week’s Private Eye, drawing on a dossier of recordings and emails, alleges that a British company has paid £300m in bribes to facilitate weapons sales to the Saudi National Guard(21). When a whistleblower in the company reported these payments to the British ministry of defense, instead of taking action it alerted his bosses. He had to flee the country to avoid being thrown into a Saudi jail. Smirking, lying, two-faced bastards – this scarcely begins to touch it.
There are no good solutions that military intervention by the UK or the US can engineer. There are political solutions in which our governments could play a minor role: supporting the development of effective states that don’t rely on murder and militias, building civic institutions that don’t depend on terror, helping to create safe passage and aid for people at risk. Oh, and ceasing to protect and sponsor and arm selected networks of death. Whenever our armed forces have bombed or invaded Muslims nations, they have made life worse for those who live there. The regions in which our governments have intervened most are those which suffer most from terrorism and war. That is neither coincidental nor surprising.

Yet our politicians affect to learn nothing. Insisting that more killing will magically resolve deep-rooted conflicts, they scatter bombs like fairy dust.


http://www.monbiot.com/

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Friday, September 19, 2014

Fire

Alicia and I are making our way, out of Dillard's, frikin 40% off sale or some bull shit, she had to go, So, I had to go, I'll never understand that crap, anyway, as we walked past the lady's dressing rooms we both spotted the 20 something year old hipster, literally hanging on one of the changing room doors, talking to his 20 something year girl friend we can all see her, over the door ledge,
And what words do we hear coming from his lips?

 "Damn it Lizzie, You can’t start a fire, worrying about your little world, falling apart !!"


I busted out, laughing my ass off, I started laughing so hard I dropped two of my girlfriends bags, I stopped walking to regain my composure and pick up her bags, while I was stopped and stooped, she just kept walking, like she didn't know who the crazy old man was, laughing his ass off between the Ralph Lauren and the Antonio Melani. She says I embarrass her. She's right, I do.

 But not as embarrassed as that hipster was, when I started laughing my ass off at what he said, especially, while I was stopped and stooped,  I looked him right in the eyes, winked and said " You go, Bruce" and strolled after my girlfriend.

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The captains list

I Love Lucy (television)
Moon Landing
Berlin Wall (Up & Down)
Steve Jobs (Apple)
Disco
Thai Food
Star Wars/Trek
Nirvana (Band)
Rocky (Rocky II?)

Marvin Gaye's 1972 album, Trouble Man.



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Thursday, September 18, 2014

cognitive map






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Shit circus













Isn't it amazing, even with all the warnings, like these from 38 years ago, from the movie "Network"

We still allowed it to happen, and it is worse than ever today.

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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Friday, August 29, 2014

Wisdom of Marx





I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn't arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I'm going to be happy in it.

-Groucho Marx


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Monday, August 11, 2014

Slim is the new orange


8/4/2014




I'd always thought a sedentary lifestyle was the goal, surprisingly I was wrong,  25 lbs lighter and loving it.


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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Monday Night Football

While watching Monday Night Football last evening, I became frustrated by Jon Gruden's commentary, what a fucking idiot. So, I began to look for the Jon Gruden mute button on my remote control, I was baffled, as I could not locate the Jon Gruden mute button on my DIRECTV remote control, after failing to locate such button I finally concluded that my remote control was either defective or I was ignorant to the location of this button so, I called DIRECTV and requested further instructions on the exact location of said button.

Well, color me embarrassed, DIRECTV does not offer the Jon Gruden Mute button on my remote control model or on any of their other models, as of this writing.

That does not in any way make the need for such button any less desirable and I have sent this request to my entertainment provider (DIRECTV).

 Please feel free to copy and send it to your entertainment provider.

I respectfully request, a Jon Gruden Mute button be installed on any future designs of any remote control for any and all entertainment providers and or TV devices produced after January 1 2014. (It would also be nice if the button also worked for Phil Simms as he is also a fucking idiot.)

Respectfully yours,
Your name here.

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P.S. I took a break from the interwebs for the last 2 months and I must say, what a relief, the whole interwebs thingy is not as interesting as one may have first thought, the world and it's people are much more enjoyable and interesting, your choice, enjoy !!

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Bukowski.... fuckin genius.


“This is very important -- to take leisure time. Pace is the essence. Without stopping entirely and doing nothing at all for great periods, you're gonna lose everything...just to do nothing at all, very, very important. And how many people do this in modern society? Very few. That's why they're all totally mad, frustrated, angry and hateful.”
― Charles Bukowski







“Nothing was ever in tune. People just blindly grabbed at whatever there was: communism, health foods, zen, surfing, ballet, hypnotism, group encounters, orgies, biking, herbs, Catholicism, weight-lifting, travel, withdrawal, vegetarianism, India, painting, writing, sculpting, composing, conducting, backpacking, yoga, copulating, gambling, drinking, hanging around, frozen yogurt, Beethoven, Back, Buddha, Christ, TM, H, carrot juice, suicide, handmade suits, jet travel, New York City, and then it all evaporated and fell apart. People had to find things to do while waiting to die. I guess it was nice to have a choice.”
― Charles Bukowski,








“those who escape hell
however
never talk about
it
and nothing much
bothers them
after
that.”
― Charles Bukowski








“We are
Born like this
Into this
Into these carefully mad wars
Into the sight of broken factory windows of emptiness
Into bars where people no longer speak to each other
Into fist fights that end as shootings and knifings
Born into this
Into hospitals which are so expensive that it’s cheaper to die
Into lawyers who charge so much it’s cheaper to plead guilty
Into a country where the jails are full and the madhouses closed
Into a place where the masses elevate fools into rich heroes”
― Charles Bukowski









“That's the problem with drinking, I thought, as I poured myself a drink. If something bad happens you drink in an attempt to forget; if something good happens you drink in order to celebrate; and if nothing happens you drink to make something happen.”
― Charles Bukowski,









“I felt like crying but nothing came out. it was just a sort of sad sickness, sick sad, when you can't feel any worse. I think you know it. I think everybody knows it now and then. but I think I have known it pretty often, too often.”
― Charles Bukowski,







“I wanted the whole world or nothing.”
― Charles Bukowski,









“Great art is horseshit, buy tacos.”
― Charles Bukowski









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Monday, October 14, 2013

Another one of those damn days !! I needed a little Even Flow and to Flyyyyyy.













He could've tuned in, tuned in
But he tuned out
A bad time, nothing could save him
Alone in a corridor, waiting, locked out
He got up outta there, ran for hundreds of miles
He made it to the ocean, had a smoke in a tree
The wind rose up, set him down on his knee

A wave came crashing like a fist to the jaw
Delivered him wings, "Hey, look at me now"
Arms wide open with the sea as his floor
Oh, power, oh

He's.. flying
Whole
High.. wide, oh

He floated back down 'cause he wanted to share
His key to the locks on the chains he saw everywhere
But first he was stripped and then he was stabbed
By faceless men, well, fuckers
He still stands

And he still gives his love, he just gives it away
The love he receives is the love that is saved
And sometimes is seen a strange spot in the sky
A human being that was given to fly

High.. flying
Oh, oh
High.. flying
Oh, oh
He's flying
Oh, oh




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