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Walkaboutsverse

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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Amos
Date: 16 Jun 08 - 02:52 PM

Cecil, you sound like a [proxy identity or finger-puppet of GfS.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Little Hawk
Date: 16 Jun 08 - 02:46 PM

Okay, DS, I've got it... ;-)

Cecil - How did you contact him?


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Cecil
Date: 16 Jun 08 - 02:06 PM

LH: No link that he has. If you catch him, he'll probably play it live for you, unless you can hook up to him, and he make arrangements. He said he wanted to finish it,all the way before he shows too many people. What a blessed treat you're in for!! I just can't describe adequately what this stuff is. Sorta like a soundtrack to your inner soul, as it takes you to emotional, spiritual, playful, longing and magnificent places in us. When we heard it, there were four of us listening..all with tears,(mostly from the beauty), hope, and power, all while a definite soaring melody was going on. Afterwards, we found ourselves humming parts, all night long, and smiling at each other! It stays with you, and leaves a thirst to hear more the next day. Left other music we heard, sounding so cheesy, and cheap we weren't even interested in hearing any more of it!!


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Def Shepard
Date: 16 Jun 08 - 01:59 PM

"Thanks for that Crazy Horse link; and, if you'd like to hear some fine Amerindian music, you'll find 3 links on my myspace Top Friends, just next to Eva Cassidy."


There, is that better?


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Little Hawk
Date: 16 Jun 08 - 01:50 PM

As the hounddog said when he abandoned the trail, DS, I don't follow you.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Def Shepard
Date: 16 Jun 08 - 01:43 PM

Another none to subtle direct to Walswithheaduphisarse's scribblings, I see


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Little Hawk
Date: 16 Jun 08 - 11:36 AM

Hey, Cecil, thanks for the message. How would I get to hear some of that music? Got a link I can go to?


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 16 Jun 08 - 08:29 AM

Thanks for that Crazy Horse link; and, if you'd like to hear some fine Amerindian music, you'll find 3 links on my myspace Top Friends, just next to Eva Cassidy.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Cecil
Date: 16 Jun 08 - 01:41 AM

To Little Hawk:      (I put this on another thread, just in case you were in that one)                Remember me? I'm from the Hillary thread, who was posting, when you and Guest from Sanity, were posting. Well, we made contact, (he was the composer, if you remember), and he played for us live, online with his web cam, we had our computer hooked through our entertainment center, and through, great speakers. As we listened, tears flowed down our eyes, then he took us all sorts of places in the music. Never heard anything like it before!! He's a friggin' genius!!! About the most beautiful sounds and music, I've (we've) ever heard!! He actually said he was still working on it..UNBELIEVABLE!!! Just Thought I'd tell you. If this ever hit the airwaves....(as it is instantly likable), Lord knows where it will take him, (probably be an influence in music) We could see, 'emotional images(if you will) and it told a complete story, USING NO WORDS! No wonder he was in a music forum, and no wonder now, why he thinks the way he does!!!. I went back and re-read his posts, and some of the stuff he said about creativity, and attitudes, make complete sense. He lives on a higher place..can see why all this political stuff is not his cup of tea!.. ok..Just thought I's let you know!!


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Little Hawk
Date: 15 Jun 08 - 08:43 PM

Great minds think alike. ;-) The very same thought had occurred to me, Spaw. I have been just rivetted to the Crazy Horse webcam for weeks now, watching as the work goes ahead by leaps and bounds there. I cannot let a day go by without checking in at least 8 or 10 times through the day, because I know if I don't that I will miss out on something really special. Those people do not rest on their laurels, man, they move! If only we had such bold and decisive management in Washington, why, we could turn this whole country around!


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: catspaw49
Date: 15 Jun 08 - 08:35 PM

Wow.....Wouldn't that be really keen? I can only hope and pray it will happen! Imagine having such a fine poet as WalksWithTurdCaughtCrosswise writing original works about about Fargo perhaps.

Until then maybe he could do a few on the great live webcam bringing us the everchanging sculpting of Crazy Horse and his steed..........

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Little Hawk
Date: 15 Jun 08 - 08:15 PM

Well, yeah, Custer had a simplified notion of how to fight a battle...arrive early (when they're still mostly asleep), take 'em totally by surprise, freak 'em out by having the band play "Garry Owen", and launch the irresistible charge!!!!! Hurrah!!!!

Only problem was...at LBH he arrived around midday, he did NOT succeed in taking them totally by surprise (although they were certainly surprised when Reno made his initial attack at the far end of the village, but they just got really mad about that), the marching band did not come along that time, and the irrestible charge never got across the river. ;-) Let's see...what else could have gone wrong? Oh yeah, and he was very badly outnumbered, and the Indians were very confident too, having whipped Crook's larger column at the Rosebud only a few days earlier. Hmmm. And then there was Crazy Horse, an even more capable practitioner of the irresistible charge technique...

Well, it was a bad day for Custer and an equally bad day for Walks Holding Tiny Balls, lemme tell ya.

Perhaps one day WAV will tour Montana and the Dakotas and write us some poetry about his observations of the Custer battlefield and other such historic locations in that area. If we're lucky, that is.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: catspaw49
Date: 15 Jun 08 - 07:56 PM

Didn't the Lakota call Custer RidesIntoHellWithNoBrains? I think I read that somewhere or another. This was before LBH as a matter of fact as a Lakotan Wise Man had heard about Custer's exploits in other situations during and before the Civil War.

Didja' know Custer was from Ohio? Same town that later would be the birthplace of Clark Gable. Ohio produced some fine Generals back then like Grant, Sherman, and Sheridan.....and then there was Custer. Very sad.   Rosecrans was no prize either. Hey.....We try.....

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Little Hawk
Date: 15 Jun 08 - 07:27 PM

Your wit and your sagacity are without peer, Amos, as ever. ;-)

Spaw, you have reminded me that there was a halfbreed scout working for General Custer to whom the Lakota had given that same name: Walks Holding Tiny Balls

After the Battle of the Little Big Horn, though, they changed his name to Used To Walk Holding Tiny Balls.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Amos
Date: 15 Jun 08 - 06:04 PM

Better to eat tuna full of mercury, than to drive a Mercury full of tuna, I always say. Haven't I always said that, Hawk? You know its true. It's one of the few things you can safely say I have always said, about the mercury and the tuna. It's a little joke, about cars and food, you see...



A


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: catspaw49
Date: 15 Jun 08 - 11:49 AM

So Hawk.....I see you have been ingesting some of WalksHoldingTinyBalls' drugs............You mainlining some of that NonSequiturium are ya'?

BTW, we are cruel to many fish here as we eat them a lot.....mercury and all!

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Little Hawk
Date: 15 Jun 08 - 11:25 AM

Are you implying, Spaw, that there is no cruelty to fish in Ohio?


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 15 Jun 08 - 09:38 AM

Where, Catspaw, does the rain in Spain tend to fall..?


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: catspaw49
Date: 15 Jun 08 - 09:18 AM

Dear WalksWithHeadUp Ass,

That was a perfect example of why so many here think you're an asshole. Your response to Amos makes no sense and suggests you're on some kind of narcotic that has rendered whatever was left of your brain into the consistency of runny oatmeal. Try to at least respond on topic or a mod might consider this thread too is going nowhere (which I believe is the case).

Perhaps it is you that needs a quick freeze.........

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 15 Jun 08 - 05:16 AM

To Amos - rather than keeping fish alive for freshness, we kill the pain and freeze them quick.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Amos
Date: 14 Jun 08 - 11:53 AM

I don't think anyone has designed people who cause no discomfort. Even babies.

What is this, some covert creationism movement?


A


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Def Shepard
Date: 14 Jun 08 - 11:39 AM

Stu said, "Genuine English fishhooks and horsebits are designed to cause no discomfort. Unlike some nations."

and some people in those nations, I might add :-D


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 14 Jun 08 - 11:08 AM

But when horses are free in the field, Stu, they are NOT constantly moving and frothing at the mouth in the stressed manner of those horses on "Trooping the Colour" parade.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST
Date: 14 Jun 08 - 10:41 AM

Genuine English fishhooks and horsebits are designed to cause no discomfort. Unlike some nations.

Stu


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 14 Jun 08 - 07:21 AM

Clare Balding, of the BBC, just commented on "Tooping the Colour" that her favourite horse almost seemed to be mouthing the commands of it's mount...no, no, no - it was, rather, trying to get the damn bit, by which it was being steered, out of it's mouth!


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 14 Jun 08 - 04:06 AM

(From ASSes to horse racing to "Trooping the Colour"...if you have access to the BBC, please note how much the horses hate having a bit in their mouth, and imagine being pulled via pressure on your lips and gums for half a day.)

THE WEEKLY WALKABOUT, E.G.

Poem 204 of 230: ON FISHING REGULATION

It's not just what's taken
    That needs regulation:
Alive, caught fish suffer -
    Sometimes, right till supper;
And, when some fish are farmed,
    Homing instincts are harmed.
But to most it's insane
    To fret over such pain -
Though as much to a dog
    Would leave many agog.

From walkaboutsverse.741.com


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Little Hawk
Date: 13 Jun 08 - 11:44 PM

But...they generally choose not to.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Little Hawk
Date: 13 Jun 08 - 09:09 PM

Only yoga masters can do it.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Don Firth
Date: 13 Jun 08 - 08:58 PM

Unless, of course, it involved bending back, around, and. . . .

(Hurts to even think about it!)

Time for potential customer survey.

Don Firth


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Don Firth
Date: 13 Jun 08 - 08:52 PM

Nope. Scratch that idea!

The plastic surgeon and I talked it over and checked out the preliminary sketches, and discovered an obvious design flaw. It's a closed loop. The only view the patient would get through the Plexiglas window would be of his or her own chest.

Oh, well. . . .

(But so many potential customers!!)

Don Firth


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Don Firth
Date: 13 Jun 08 - 08:39 PM

But it is incredible how many people actually manage it!

I may start up a business with a plastic surgeon of my acqauitance to install Plexiglas abdominal inserts so these limber folks won't have to keep bumping into things.

Don Firth


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Little Hawk
Date: 13 Jun 08 - 06:18 PM

Are you jealous, Spaw? After all, very few people are limber enough to get their head anywhere near their own ass, let alone up it! I think you're just jealous. It's becoming more obvious with your every post.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: The Sandman
Date: 13 Jun 08 - 06:03 PM

have you written a poem about the rejection of the lisbon treaty?


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 13 Jun 08 - 05:28 PM

Poem 146 of 230: HORSES FOR COURSES?

To some, in income-anticipation,
    Horse-balking at gates is a small debase;
To me, it seems a memory/fear case
    Over the coming whip-castigation.
To some, the winning jockey's elation
    Is the highlight of an ended horserace;
To me, the horse's bulged veins and scared face
    Undermine the winners' celebration.
I can't condone a punter's desire
    To gamble rather than earn a living,
    But can acknowledge a jockey's courage;
I can't see and think as a raced sire,
    Nor feel the scrapes hedges are giving,
    But find horses choiceless in their bondage.

From walkaboutsverse.741.com


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: catspaw49
Date: 13 Jun 08 - 04:29 PM

Yeah Shep, he's humor impaired along with everything else. And, while his finger goes to his ear, his head goes up his ass.

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Def Shepard
Date: 13 Jun 08 - 12:45 PM

errrr...alright, whatever you say. Oh dear! I believe I said elsewhere that this person is definitely suffering from hA!ha! deficiency


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 13 Jun 08 - 06:08 AM

Whilst warbling, a folky's finger may, rather, DS, go in his or her ear.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Def Shepard
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 03:23 PM

One foot in his mouth,
one finger in his eye
Undertakers bow their heads
as WAV goes walking by...

Ohhhhh... (see above for the chorus)


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: irishenglish
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 03:15 PM

I posted this on another thread regarding WAV:



With apologies to Fairport Convention, Richard Thompson and Dave Swarbrick:

Walkabout, Walkabout
Walkabout with me
The more we walkaboutsverse together love
The lesser we'll agree, we'll agree....


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Poetry Lover
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 02:01 PM

I doubt that WalkaboutsVerse will be winning the Forward Prize, the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry, or the T. S. Eliot Prize any time soon, if ever, but his poems will certainly be of interest to scatologists.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Amos
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 01:57 PM

To walk from here to past Land's End;
And then, to turn toward home again;
To think my thoughts, just as I please,
The kind that come with careless ease;

To blend them up, like half-made dreams
Blended with cheap vanilla cream,
Two nightmare shades, a tear, a joke,
A squirt of concentrate of Coke;

Sprinkle with apathy refined,
And insight from a sightless mind,
Stir until rattled, chill 'til dull
And harder on hands than taffy pull.

Then to shove all this down your throat
With all the grace of a three-legged stoat
This is my most insidious scheme!
This is my hope, my deepest dream.

And should you hope my hand to stay,
I'm going to publish, anyway.

Myra Pizallim Pourtant
Ranting Incantations and Mumbles

World Ineptitude and Impotency Council Publication (WIICP)
New York, NY, 2001


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Don Firth
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 12:49 PM

Science has found the "missing link" between primitive apes and civilized man.

He is us.

Don Firth


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: catspaw49
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 11:17 AM

Hey great Walky!!! Glad to know I'm getting to you. Of course it also means your entertainment value has lessened so I'll probably be posting less to you. Enjoy your thread.......

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Paul Burke
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 11:15 AM

If we humans evolved from apes,
Why on earth are there living apes?


Because we specialised differently from them. Their evolutionary line was just as viable as ours- that's why they still exist. Look at it another way- if apes evolved from bacteria, why are there still bacteria? The answer is simple- because they can find something to live on. And the first eukaryotes that evolved from bacteria* could also find something to live on, so they survived (until they died out, but not before they'd evolved into the something else that eventially evolved into the next thing that.... led to apes).

Get over the idea that evolution is a linear thing, that it's going somewhere. It certainly WENT somewhere, but that's another thing entirely.

* Actually, it's probably truer to say that bacteria and eukaryotes (i=ncluding apes and people) shared a common ancestor. DNA analysis is throwing up some remarkable results, including that many assumtions about lineages are being challenged.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 10:36 AM

I wish a (Mud)cat would get your tongue, Catspaw.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: catspaw49
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 09:46 AM

Okay Volga......good point.

WAV.......Your "poetry" is pathetic and the few messages which are understandable at all are racist, bigoted, and generally just plain, fucking moronic. Even your explanations (like this last one) make no sense whatsoever. But feel free to keep posting the shit. Dumbfucks make me laugh and you're a riot!!!

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Joe
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 09:45 AM

I'm sure there is room in the evolutionary model for apes. I dont think things necessarily evolve into something better, more something different, usually by accident - creating the huge (but sadly ever decreasing) number of species we find today. To suggest that humans would evolve and therefore make apes obsolete implies that evolution is some sort of grand plan, which I dont think it is.

Are you implying some sort of creationist theory in your poem?

Your point about capitalism is fine, but when it comes to musicians, it is a little flawed, otherwise I would become a pro tomorrow, providing the safety nets were in place. Noone may choose to listen to me, but there we go. The creative types in the arts world usually find a way to subvert (or transcend?) the capitalist system, but I suppose we all need to put bread on the table somehow.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Volgadon
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 08:53 AM

I haven't posted any examples of my poetry, because they are excerable. I did myself (and others) the favour of binning them. Unimaginative, poor rhythm, no feeling, simply put.
I'm not very good at writing it, but I love poetry and feel competent that I can judge when it simply isn't very good. WAV put up his work on a forum, so he ought to expect criticism.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 08:12 AM

Hi Joe: thinking WITHIN a model/framework; accepting/taking things for granted, rather than challenging - be it, e.g., evolution (above) or capitalism (below):

"ENDS

Within the broader music industry, and beyond, what some get for their hour's work compared with others is ridiculous and inhumane; hence, many relatively competent musicians within the folk-scene are
really struggling to make ends meet; so, if we like fair competition, we don't like capitalism. A better way, as I've suggested in verse, is to accept that humans are competitive, and have strong regulations (partly via nationalisation) to make that competition as fair as possible – whilst also providing 'safety-net' support" (from here).


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Joe
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 07:09 AM

Can you explain what, in your view, is a paradigm? And therefore, what is the relevance of the apes?


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