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The Library / Cranberry Juice and The Nocturnal Controllers
« on: September 11, 2008, 02:58:05 AM »
They began to sense that something was going on a couple of nights ago.  

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Deep sleep, hard to wake.
The sandman's crusty cover
impossible to shake.

Groggy mornings, first evidenced only by alarm clock ignorance, eventually became concrete as paralysis set in.

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Murp! murp! murp! murp! murp!
What? Shake head rattle.
Moving your legs, no more ease, a battle,
one ton limbs suddenly the norm.
Frightened concentration required for walking,
a gentle unseen hand over mouth prevents talking.

Three days later it’s just beginning to become apparent.  The Nocturnal Controllers are playing their games.

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Cranberry juice, cranberry juice, cranberry juice.
Nothing.
They’re actually not surprised.  
That shit only works in the movies.

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The Library / Firstly hello. Secondly...people.
« on: August 02, 2008, 03:22:57 AM »
Wound up,
bit on the heel
by a hyper active dog and an elegant cheese wheel.

Sound off,
to your favorite head
which sits on top the shoulders of a person made from lead.

Laugh out,
from underneath
the completely absurd nature of the human aperitif.

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The Library / danke
« on: April 12, 2007, 10:05:23 PM »
This SPF, and its previous incarnation, are both littered in the Library with my responses to Vonnegut's art.  Danke Schon Mr. V.  Danke Schon.

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The Library / God Bless You Mr. Vonnegut
« on: April 12, 2007, 10:03:55 PM »
Kurt Vonnegut has died.  Feel free to rhyme.

Limerick Man,
who says "I can",
with a pointed nose,
cigarette life-span.

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The Groove / Exciting music to come
« on: February 19, 2007, 07:29:45 PM »
I'm excited for the following shows next week:

Chick Corea w/Bela Fleck
Keb' Mo'
Toots and the Maytals

And maybe followed up with an extra show of Toots.  Except for the piece of Bela Fleck, these will all be long awaited first time shows for me.  Keb' Mo' has me most excited I think, though Chick Corea with Bela sure sounds delicious.

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The Cybershack / Steve Jobs Likes DRM-free Music
« on: February 08, 2007, 10:12:42 AM »
http://www.apple.com/hotnews/thoughtsonmusic/

Steve Jobs outlines a few scenarios for the future of online music sales, his favorite scenario is clearly a DRM-free distribution.

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The Library / State of the who'n yun?
« on: January 24, 2007, 10:21:25 AM »
The inside of a
state of the
practice persuasion
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The comfort
level
seizes
the scene
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Emperor's pants are
for $ale.
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Eye M an expert,
in organized sleaze.
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Itza solid state
reunion
of senior house
rules.
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Stoic robot
pollution box,
Allowed to run
around amok.
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Condie's Shack III
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Introductions proceed
w/ haste
ad nauseum
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Cloudy numbers
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Conserved being a
concernedian

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The Library / Solor Acoustic
« on: January 03, 2007, 08:25:27 PM »
I listened to Jeff
on the jukebox,
until it blew my mind.
Wave forms followed ancient patterns,
and it's fine,
it's just fine.

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The Library / 07/31/2006, WOD2: Contretemps
« on: July 31, 2006, 04:17:06 PM »
What if evening wasn't followed by dawn
would people panic over the sun's contretemps?
So our solar companion took but one day off,
to remedy this go straight to the top,
straight to his boss, Zeus's hip mountain loft.
 
He'll be back tomorrow.
for more sunny days,
he signed a contract,
though perhaps a mistake,
for dependable be the moon in a hitch,
the sun tends to be plagued by the numerous glitch.

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The Library / 07/27/2006, WOD2: Apologia
« on: July 27, 2006, 01:19:21 PM »
The click, clack, patter, pop of rain falling on the steps just outside the courtroom  only served to reinforce the notion Johnson held that dreary times follow those in dreary places.
 
Who would have thought that within just three short weeks Johnson would go from Mufflin and Mufflin copy boy, to what Fox News called "the most corrupt corporate executive to emerge in the post-Enron era".  Sure, the whole thing was a setup.  He knew that, Jan knew that, and he was pretty sure that his boys knew that, but what the SEC thought was different entirely.  The case they were making in federal court that day promised to put Johnson away for a very long time.  Fortunately Johnson's defense attorney was considered the very best, and it was going to take the best to get Johnson off the hook.  The defense was built around the fact that Johnson's company had engaged in zero deals while Johnson was at the helm.  An accident really, as the outgoing CEO forgot to give Johnson the company handbook when he left, and as such Johnson, and Mufflin and Mufflin, were completely helpless.  The SEC lawyers had not studied the case thoroughly, and were not aware of this minor detail.  They should have been going after the previous CEO, and not Johnson, which would come to light by trial's end.  For the time being, however, Johnson's apologia would have to be presented convincingly to the court.  One false move and Johnson could find himself in a very sticky situation.

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The Library / 07/14/2006, WOD2: Arrant
« on: July 19, 2006, 03:25:34 PM »
The trip began, upon her hull
where lilies grew en masse,
for lost sea souls whose
rice filled bowls,
capture life like sunshine lulls
between the trees in mountains.
These mischievous men
with roads, no homes,
arrant fools with bags of bones,
secrets that would not be known,
and morals far from plenty.

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The Library / Look at me
« on: July 06, 2006, 04:46:15 PM »
Look at me I've got  the same
shame, name, talent fame game,
as those brute bastard nut jobs
with gold plated insane dream positions.

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The Library / It's time.
« on: July 06, 2006, 12:00:11 AM »
The end is upon us,
fairly friend, of stage and of mountain.
For when light-head begins to dominate,
the soul will follow, stand not pronate,
the buggers grasp for one more show,
and poe trees rage supreme.

Please forget to never ask
why my tires are so clean.

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The Library / The Cat is Out of The Bag
« on: June 30, 2006, 09:56:41 AM »
Drag a bottle of emotive juices
through your day until you're gone.
 
For if one small dash should fall through the cracks,
the cat will escape through that dash like a flash,
and empty will be that carrying bag,
a worm laden can shall replaceth and sag.

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The Library / The Joy of Coffee #1
« on: June 30, 2006, 09:55:24 AM »
Logs roll toward accomplishment,
though success comes only after the bean.

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