MODE: not gonna be blogging for awhile.. been shakin up lately.. well actually last night!.. i'm gonna be on tea and alcohol diet for awhile .. so.. I'll be off. I have a feeling I'm heading into a breakdown. How ironic The Down Session would be a good soundtrack for this breakdown experience! voila.
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Quote me, Quote You.

"I began crying the moment I was born, and each following day teaches me the reason why."
"If you can keep your head when those about you are losing theirs, perhaps you've misunderstood the situation."
"Death is nature's way of telling you to slow down."
"I'm still not sure who my audience is. I have a terrible feeling they might be yuppies."
-Billy Bragg
"Not only is there no God, but try getting a plumber on weekends.'
-Woody Allen
'All animals mistrust man, and they are not wrong.'
-Rousseau, Confessions
Three things in human life are important. The first is to be kind. The second is to be kind. And the third is to be kind.'
-Henry James
"Going to church does not make you a Christian anymore than going to McDonald's makes you a hamburger."
"All that is not eternal is eternally out of date."
-C. S. Lewis
"Jesus is risen! he shall the world restore! Awake, ye dead! dull sinners, sleep no more!"
-John Wesley
"Budget: A method for going broke methodically."
"I haven't lost my mind. I know exactly where I left it."
"Eat drink and be merry, for tomorrow they may make it illegal."
"I never fail to convince an audience that the best thing they could do was to go away."
"A friend advises in his interest, not yours."
"Success is like a fart - you can only stand your own."
"I love mankind, it's people I can't stand."
-Charles Schultz.
"The more I study religions the more I am convinced that man never worshipped anything but himself."
-Sir Richard Francis Burton (1821-1890) - British explorer
"Good women always think it is their fault when someone else is being offensive. Bad women never take the blame for anything."
-Anita Brookner (b. 1938)


I'm No Rasta..Mon! But Here Sumthing To Tickle Your Tongue With!!!:


"Me come yah fi drink milk, me no come yah fi count cow!"
(Deliver that which you promised, don't just talk about it!) (15)
stay out of trouble or gossip. Means I came here to (whatever you came for) not get involved
in politics or gossip. (29)"Carry Go Bring Come" (gossip) (12)

"A so im tan" (that is what he is like)
"tan deh!" or "yu tan deh!" (just you wait!)
"Tan tedy", stand steady, means "hold still". (5)
Bunks Mi Res (catch my rest, take a nap) (5)
"yu dam Lagga head bud" (stupid) (14)

"What sweet nanny goat a go run him belly" is a
cautionary Jamaican proverb which translated means:
What tastes good to a goat will ruin his belly. In
other words - the things that seem good to you now, can hurt you later... (10)

"tek smadi mek poppy-show", which means to make fun of
someone or shame them, making them look ridiculous. (5)

"You too red eye" (meaning, you're too envious) (14)
Ya No See It? (you know?) (1)

"the gal come wine up on me," it would mean that the girl came and was
dancing up on me. (17)"Chicken merry; hawk deh (is) near", it's a Jamaican
proverb which simply means, every silver lining has its dark cloud
Even in the happiest times one must still be watchful. (22)

"Fire de a Mus Mus tail, him tink a cool breeze". Set a Rat's tail
on fire and he's thinks there's a cool breeze. Used to describe
someone or something (the system for example) that is clueless. (4)
This characterizes the delusional complacency of the upper classes. (22)

"Me bleach hard lass night" i partied straight through the night. (20)

"A promise is a comfort to a fool". (4)

"coo pon dat bwoy", "look at that boy" (17)
"Mi no come yah fi hear bout how horse dead an cow fat"
It's like telling somebody to knock off with irrelevant details. (21) (29)

"Me throw me corn but me no call no fowl"
It evokes the image of a farmer silently scattering who is

saying, in effect: "Don't call yourself a chicken just because you eat my
feed; I never said I was endeavoring to feed the chickens." That is, "You
are who you show yourself to be, not who you might say you are." (21)

"Sorry for maga dog, maga dog turn round bite you". This metaphor extends
very well to all manner and sort of do-gooding and should be considered before
any hasty acts of charity! (22) giving help to someone and they show no sign of thanks and may even scorn you for it. (29)

"Mi throw mi corn, but me no call no fowl". refers to the conversational
technique of throwing out a provocative statement (throw corn) in an indirect
manner, thus forestalling any accusations of personal insult. (22)

"Sweet nanny goat have a running belly". It's a barnyard analogy akin to the
grass is always greener, but much coarser, noting that the sweet foliage avidly
sought out by the nanny goat gives it diarrhea (running belly). It's a blunt
way of warning someone off temptation. (22)

"cock mouth kill cock" really can't be expanded upon any further, nor can the
similar "If a fish coulda keep him mout' shut, him would neva get caught". (22)
somebody who chat too much (29)

"Everyting Crash". The topic is social chaos. Also, "come bad in de morning
can't come good a evenin'", and the even more pessimistic "every day bucket
go a well, one day di bucket bottom mus drop out". (22)
Mashin up of one's plans (29)

"Wanti wanti can't get it, getti getti no want it", i.e., the Have-nots covet
what the Haves take for granted. (22)

"Trouble no set like rain", that is, unlike bad weather, we are often not
warned by dark clouds on the horizon. (22)reminder to be careful (29)
Jamaican proverbs consistently counsel patience and forebearance, as in the
beautiful image "time longer than rope". The child must "creep before him
walk". And remember, "one one coco fill up a basket", take it easy and fill
up your shopping basket one item at a time. (22)

"Every mikkle makes a muckle", refers to thriftiness, similar to "a penny
saved is a penny earned". (22)


Mcalmont & Butler - Falling
Interpol - Obstacle 1
Telepopmusik-Just Breath
Ladytron - Seventeen
Polyphonic Spree - Soldier Girl
Transplants - Romper Stomper
Mr. Scruff - Champion Nibble
Femi Kuti- '97
Junior Senior- Move Your Feet
The Distillers - I Am Revenant
Turin Breaks & Cousteu - whole album..

Damn I Need Help!!........ And Fasssssssssttt!!.... (insert sound effects here!!)

( nrv : yeah yeah! I know!!.. I'm f*king Insane!!!!!!!!! )


"We had two bags of Grass, seventy-five pellets of mescaline, five sheets of high-powered blotter acid, a salt shaker half-full of cacaine and a whole galaxy of multicolored uppers, downers, screamers, laughers.... also a quart of tequila, a quart of rum, a case of Budweiser, a pint of raw ether, and two dozen amyls... but the only thing that worried me was the ether. There is nothing in the world more helpless and irresponsible than a man in the depths of an ether binge..." --- Hunter S. Thompson '71

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"Free my hands and I'll varnish this
floor with your brains!"

(from "The Scarlet Citadel" by Robert E. Howard.)

Sometimes when you are threatened with physical violence, a weapon to
defend yourself with is not always available. Your hands, however, are always
with you, and can be as lethal as any weapon. Below are a list of attacks that
police are instructed not employ, as they may prove deadly.

1. TEMPLE - A very susceptibile vital spot. If struck with sufficient
force, may cause unconsciousness or death.

2. NASION - This is the summit of the nose. If struck with sufficient
force may cause death.

3. PHILTRUM - This is the area between the upper lip and the bottom of
the nose. Attack to this area may also cause unconsciousness or

4. HOOK TO JAW - A powerful hook punch to the front side of jaw may
snap an enemy's neck. Fatal.

5. ADAM'S APPLE - A sharp blow here may cause enemy to asphyxiate.

6. SOLAR PLEXUS - The small of back. May cause death.

7. TESTICLES - The strong, focused pain of a vicious low blow may
cause shock, resulting in death.

8. BASE OF CEREBELLUM - A powerful blow to the nape of the neck,
causing mortal damage.

9. COCCYX - A powerful blow to the tail bone. Fatal.

10. FULL NELSON - Stand behind the enemy, put your arms under his, and
lock your hands behind his head. Bending the neck forward may either
break neck, asphyxiate enemy, or cut of supply of spinal fluid to
brain, causing brain damage or death.

11. HALF NELSON - Again, standing behind enemy, but one arm is used to
pin one of enemy's arms.

12. BRAIN BUSTER - Bend enemy over towards you, placing him in a
headlock. Grab the back of his belt, and haul him into the air,
vertical, upside-down. Allow yourself to fall backward, landing on
your enemy's head, which will absorb your combined weight. Most
effective on concrete or gravel.

13. RUSSIAN OMELET - Cross enemy's legs. Fold enemy by pinning his
shoulders to ground upside-down and placing his legs above him. Sit
on his legs, folding the bass of the spine. Fatal.

14. HEART PUNCH - A strongman's attack, it is simply a powerful blow
to the heart. (Many years ago, the wrestler Ox killed an opposing
wrestler with this attack.)

15. UPPERCUT - An upward strike to the bottom of the jaw with the heel
of the hand, causing the enemy's head to snap backward. May shatter
vertabrae. Fatal.

16. ABDOMEN - A substantial blow to this area may rupture a vital
organ, causing death.

17. RIB CAGE - A vicious shattering of the rib cage may cause grave
internal bleeding.

18. HEAD-TO-WALL PUNCH - A swift, hard, cold-cock punch to an enemy's
face while he is standing near a wall may drive his head into it,
causing the back of the skull to shatter fatally.

19. PINNED DROP KICK - Standing behind enemy, holding his arms
straight back. A drop kick to the back without releasing arms may
severe spine, causing death.

20. HEAD WRENCH - Grabbing an enemy's head by the mouth and the back
of the skull, then twisting with a sudden, violent jerk to rend
vertabrae, may easily cause death.

21. CHOKE HOLD - Once a favorite of law enforcement officials, has
often proved deadly. The right arm goes over the enemy's right
shoulder, and grips the back of the head. The left arm comes over his
left shoulder, reaches across neck, and grabs own right forearm. With
enough pressure applied, causes brain damage or death.

22. HEAD YANK - Bend enemy forward, grab head, and pull back with
convincing force. May seperate delicate vertebrae, causing death.

(nrv: got kung fu?)


yeah.........volume two................coming soon.............i guess..............................


Everybody's Wasted! No More Mixing! No More Stuff! errr... Whatever!!!


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