Posts tagged what\’s it all about
Are you the type of person who agrees with what I just said or not?
Much of the way others look at us and how we judge ourselves is basically a yes / no answer. Do you find yourself attractive? Notice I didn’t ask if you are attractive, or f others find you attractive. Do you find yourselves attractive? Recently history is full of attractive starlets who didn’t appreciate themselves. This goes for every little piece of data in our lives. Check out More >
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What’ is buzz? Tell me what the hell it is. (Repeat 8 times)
Here’s all you need to know. Google buzz is all the future. Those using Facebook are behind We’re leaving wave to launch tomorrow; Inside your Gmail Buzz you’ll find.
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What is buzz? Tell me what the hell it is. (Repeat 8 times)
I could give you facts and figures. Even give you plans and forecasts. Even tell you where we’re going.
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When can we rid ourselves of Windows? (Repeat many times)
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I’m standing on the curb waiting for the walk sign. About twenty other pedestrians of varied sizes and pigmentation are patiently waiting beside me. Now there are no cars in sight and I know that if I cross now at least half of these law abiding citizens next to me will cheerfully follow suit. A few years back I spent a few months running a tourist restaurant. A tourist restaurant is a place where buses of tourist groups are huddled in and out, fed with mediocre food and persuaded to buy stupid souvenirs, all in less than thirty minutes.
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A new survey from the University of Michigen has concluded that financial landslides may be bad for your pocket but they are good for your health. I will repeat that – bad economy is good medicine.
As a result of checking financial events like the great Wall St. fall of the 30′s the survey found that during the depression the life expectancy rate rose by an average of six years and the mortality rate due to accidents and disease dropped acutely. What was really interesting were the conclusions regarding why. It would seem that in a depression people drink and More >
Six things I love about facebook ( I meant to write ten but then I got distracted)1. People I haven’t spoken to since kindergarden all want to put my birthday in their calendar. Due to this innovation they can send me great virtual presents such as juicy lolly-pops. 2. Poking. Ever since a girl with pigtails and a brace on her teeth used to poke me with her ruler in third grade I’ve really missed this activity. 3. Knowing who my friends friends are. When bored there is nothing more stimulating than discovering that Patricia Longgone (no I don’t remember where More >
With apologies to Mick
Please allow me to introduce myselfI’m the short man with the gun.I huff and I puff but It isn’t enoughTo get my mission done.Some people suffice with collecting riceBut I like uranium.When I’ve finished what I came to doYou won’t think it’s all fun.
Pleased to meet youCan you pronounce my nameAnd make no mistakeI have plenty around to blame.
I intend to rewrite the history booksWe all know that the’re all lies.My truth is a more convenient oneIn my books no one dies.I’ve rubbed out all of Adolph’s fareAnd the talk of twin towers that were never there
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There are ghosts hiding in my closetThere are zombies walking down my streetThere’s a three legged lady with a husband named Maybe,Not a couple you really want to meet.There’s a hound dog named MattWho thinks he’s a catAnd a parrot who lives by the door.Plus the woman belowWho is always on showShe keeps shouting she has to have moreHas to have more.
There’s a fungus that breeds in my freezerWhen it grows up, will become a small tribe.Mr. Wrong on the corner is a perpetual mournerSo how come he’s the last one alive.When you visit my street, Yo make light with the More >
I’m a commuter, something I’m not ashamed of. Among other things it gives me free time to write this blog. Most mornings I catch a taxi to the station. I’m not much of a talker in the morning, but some of the drivers fail to appreciate this. It is a major achievement that during a seven minute journey the driver can tell me the complete story of his life down to the most minute and personal detail. After such a journey I know why he has been divorced three times, how much alimony he plays and the amount of abortions More >
When I was at school the poem that had the most influence on me was The Road not Taken by Robert Frost. Everybody makes decisions in life, many at a pretty early stage, and these will often control the rest of your life. I spent four years working at an Investment House in New York and it was there that I became friendly with a couple who’s behavior and politics in life were very different from our own. I’ll call them Joe and Marty in order to protect the guilty.I had been brought up to believe that what was important More >