Monthly Archives: June 2017

When The Soundtrack

Was a time when film soundtracks were generally original music composed for the film, rather than a collection of popular songs considered to fit the film. Saw The Firm on late night television. Hadn’t seen it previously, as with many … Continue reading

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One Day, I Knew

Neil Remington Abramson commented as follows: I know that some people do report the bright light and hear God’s voice, as parts of their conversion experience. You asked me if there was a moment like that for me and were, … Continue reading

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Community Leader

So many non-elected persons purport to lead, followed by representations to government that such persons have particular influence. Or followed by attempts to influence. Would seem that elected officials should be somewhat cautious in relation to the “I am a … Continue reading

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Tragedies and Potential Miracles

From Scar Tissue by Anthony Kiedis (2004), in relation to drug addict perceptions, in detox, of others in detox: You recognize the possibility of your own demise in the lives of these other people. You’re doing the same thing they … Continue reading

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Bleeding Heart

Neil Remington Abramson commented as follows: I had a class with no A’s once. I had one with a C+ average, where all the other sections were B+ or higher, but I figured the other instructors were bleeding hearts. Offered … Continue reading

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Chelsea Hotel

One description of the iconic Chelsea Hotel, by Anthony Kiedis. From Scar Tissue (2004): It was the land of a thousand character ghosts. Over thirty years earlier, Leonard Cohen saw/knew We were running For the money And the flesh I … Continue reading

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Helmet Head

From Scar Tissue by Anthony Kiedis (2004): I just thought it would be great if we wore helmets that belched fire. So we went to a prop designer Lindy knew, and he came up with a silver construction helmet that … Continue reading

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