Other emails recently conceived seem to indicate clear confusion concerning c c concepts carter chris cosey!
Placement of the next post a simple example of clever coincidence but not synchronicity lol. Perhaps....
thinking RR not cc lol wtf ymmv rotfl r&r? sho nuff.
capo di tutti capi
good of you to drop by.....
(I wanted to insert some cool surfing expression here, but I don't know any)
Long time no c, cc. Oh the history we have on this warm muggy August day. A tip of the hat to the memories of Babe Ruth and Elvis Presley. 43 years ago today, Max Yasgur turned his dairy farm in Bethel, NY into a rock 'n roll party for 500,000 fans.
Our local public station, KKFI, is spinning Woodstock tunes this morning.
"Time becomes plastic. Your experience of time morphs................And when you come out of it, on the strong days right before the next scheduled infusion, all of that time compresses into blurry waves of noise". - Xeni Jardin.
Time is defined by and within the human experience yet the dominance of 'linear' time prevails. We are inextricably linked with time, 'Life' is measured in time.
Depending on particular situations our experience of time can be elusive, appear stretched, accelerated, and on occasions all too specifically in synch with defined parameters. Audio recordings, film, Internet, and photography are some of the means by which we choose to mark 'times'. Such documentary methods signify our need to externalise particular events and also to activate memories.
'Bioschismic' is created solely from audio and photographic documentation of Xeni's time spent receiving Chemo Therapy. The repetitive drip drip rhythm of the toxic chemicals measured in precise doses of a specific period of time provide the prospect of extending (life) time. Time is the dominant force yet the effects of the drugs change the experience of time to a space that is other worldly - a different time zone - a schism within and for life itself.
- Cosey Fanni Tutti.
This sound piece can be heard as part of the 'Bruce Nauman Days' exhibition at the I.C.A in London. 19th June 2012 - 16 September. Entry to the exhibition is free.
Let's go surfing now, everybody's learning how, c'mon and safari with me.
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Oh, ain't this the old beach boys lovers forum?
Catching small waves, sun rays.... Moonbeams of love.
I took one look outside and decided the sun was hurting my eyes too much and I'd look at the pictures later... Some people got the full effect, of course.
Yes, CB, it is amazing. The full moon on 5/5 will be quite a "big" view, according to a meteorologist on the television. Hope clouds don't block the view!
Isn't it great that we are sharing the same night sky either side of the big pond that separates us.
Of course our friends in the Southern Hemisphere have quite a different experience
What an amazing semi-final basketball game in the Big Easy last night: Ohio State went to sleep offensively after leading by 9 at the half. There's one more hurdle for the University of Kansas >> the Kentucky Wildcats Monday. Rock chalk Jayhawks !
Getting back to the discussion regarding the night sky with planets, stars and the waxing moon tonight and tomorrow, the waxing gibbous moon swings close to a sparkling blue-white Royal Star and the red planet Mars. That Royal Star is Regulus, the brightest in the constellation Leo, the star depicting the Lion’s Heart. The moon will be closest to Regulus. Away from the moon, Venus and Jupiter still light up the western sky after sunset, with the brighter Venus above Jupiter.
I knew we could rely on you! Sorry to mislead about passwords and ramp up the paranoia even more.
I had an idea to mess up the spammers....put a block on any user posting more often than, say, every 5 or even ten minutes. If we knew about it it would not inconvenience too much (few are so prolific) , but it might mess up the productivity of the spammers, having to wait 10 minutes or create a new ID all the time. Just an idea....prolly won't work.