Monthly Archives: February 2017

Institutional Via Internet III

In relation to “Institutional Via Internet” and “Institutional Via Internet II“, Neil Remington Abramson commented as follows: I believe the hatred passes from parents to children, generation after generation. The best governments can do is suppress its expression in acts … Continue reading

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Institutional Via Internet II

In relation to how behaviours and attitudes can become institutionalized through lack of government intervention with internet expression, encountered this Associated Press story, via Haaretz: Yad Vashem Asks Amazon CEO to Stop Selling Literature That Denies the Holocaust Yad Vashem’s … Continue reading

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Shorter time Easier fade Four Tops capturing a universal Through these walls so thin I hear my neighbors when They say “She don’t love him, she don’t love him” They say My heart’s in danger Live: I can’t believe I’ve … Continue reading

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Shakespears Sister: Moonchild

There’s a moonchild for everyone You’re not the only one Seems to bite from Shakespears Sister’s Hormonally Yours (1992): Written by Siobhan Fahey, Marcella Detroit (aka Marcy Levy) and the late Steve Ferrara. Don’t you feel sorry for yourself The … Continue reading

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In the line II

Further on “In the line“, from Philippe Debeusscher, “Allies cool to Bush call to strike Iraq”, Agence France Presse and Reuters, via National Post, September 7, 2002, p. A13: George W. Bush personally lobbied the leaders of Russia, China and … Continue reading

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“That’s why I’m so well-tempered. I avoid anything that’s real.”

Well you say you got the blues Got holes in both of your shoes Feeling alone and confused You got to keep on smiling Keep on smiling Comment by the same friend. Keep on smiling through the rain Laughing at … Continue reading

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“I don’t like anything that makes me feel things. That’s why I listen to rap music.”

Comment from a friend, reacting to a David Blue song. Gotta bad habitz:

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