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Politics for Poets

The Caios of Incredulity

The ides of March!

such a complex and not easy to summarize story. But we still have it. We have it as myth, as legend, at the statue of Pompey, for whom G. Ceasar weeped . . . Ceasar was murdered.

so that was how many years ago? And I've studied of late details of the world that I had previously blissfully ignored. And come to fancy learning about old buildings and old places and the people who made towns and why they were where they were and who was there, and when did they leave and why do some places get abandoned, and who is left behind. And who are the real heroes? or are any more important than any others?

See the world in your living room

travel videos and vacation place walkthroughs

It's a great way to pass time, but you can't do it everyday. I watch 'walk about' videos of foreign localles. I've 'travelled' to very very many different places. It's a fun hobby to watch them and I like to screen capture and read the signs and plauges and monument even to the point of using the translate to translate from Latin to English. It doesn't do that good a job it's better to find someone's real tranlation and what is very clear to me is that there are free books (yes free!!!) that you can just download and read. So I do that too. Usually these are 100 years old so it's quaint, you know, you get an antique point of view and a lot of gossippy hearsay about things. And you get the names and places and the iternerary and the whole dealeao of the travel writer wrapped within that antique point of view, perhaps not quite getting what is really going on at a place, not really understanding the people.

The walk throughs are cute but, too, you need to say 'who is doing this?' and is it in a style that is useful for me. I don't mind the 'oh it's too close' because I understand that most people imagine watching on a smaller screen. So that would be the right size. But for me the 'no face at all' videos are OK for latenight , like your on a hike. You woke up at midnight after typing furiously all day . . . and doing stuff, and worry, and say "I need a break, let me find me a video". I'm not plugging anyone because I just like to keep it more private. It's more intimite that way in some sense.

And from time to time if it's real you see real people in the doorways of a Cantina and it's a guy with great big shaggy hair and he's got a giant smile and he's there with full cheer. No mask. With his compadres. Guy to the side on a cell phone fiddling like people do. A bunch of other people. and the view of some distant store in the early evening. Go on in and have some wine. I read another travel story about some bonvivant English guy in the Austrian Alps? No it was the former Austrian Alps and it was the Itallian alps and he goes on and on about taking a long hike between monestaries. That is a little book I picked up in a thrist shop. Fun little thing. He explained a lot about the lifestyle of those high mountain places. The people all store their wine in the same choice localle, sometimes a cave. And the walk he describes has him and an English friend, an Italian Signorina, and two Italian men who were clowning around 'at the precipace'

And PS to all of you who are all 'oh at the precipace', the joke is that it's not a dangerous place unless you are a fool. So the travel author explained about how his two young men friends, clowned as if it were the dramatic sad part of sorrowful despair, like an operetic drama, and they were going to throw themselves off the cliff. But they didn't. They wondered on throught he high land trail to the next little hamlet with it's Cantina and the locals there to share the wine on what was probably a holiday or feast day. And the writer describes the ruins of estates and castles that are along the route.

So I could take that little book (thought I haven't done it with that book yet) and find all those places in a walkthgrough or travel video and see the sights that the travel writer saw in the 1920s. I did that with a book on another part, farther south of there, and saw the town at the Straights of Messina and also one where there is a temple of Hera on a point of land (that the author never got to go out to on account of getting sick at the lodging house)

Now that travelling isn't as easy I could reveiw my own cache of travel photos, and my own writings on the places where I used to wonder, through the SouthWest from time to time, and then Seattle for a few trips (and that whole rainy part and the long road to nowhere places where you never see anyone but you know that they see you . . .

And then California and etc, which I have pictures of else where on these pages.

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For example DC was always one of my places to go on a whim. I used to enjoy the long car ride through the wild lands of New York and Pennsylvania. I learned to avoid New Jersey on the way down, but go through it on the way up. When I heard about traffic in Jersey being poltically blokcered, I made a point of bypassing it.

But DC was always easy. I'd go there and I'd stay in York the night before. Then get up early, get right into the city in the AM. Handful of quarter dollars (I'd buy a couple of rolls at a bank) to feed the meters and , seriously two hours is enough time in one spot.Sadly though the electronic metering makes it more difficult to do that. And in a lot of places in DC you used to be able to park for free. There is very limited parking there now. So I'd park usually over by the Bueuro of Printing and Engraving and I'd walk over to the Washington Monument. I'd go to the WWII memorial. I'd saunter down to the Lincoln Memorial. I'd photograph the scene, travel photo type photos. I have cherry blossom pictures somewhere. I'd take shots of the Lincoln statue. You can see them on this page (I colorized them) I also made them shake.

And it is that time of year that it's the best time fo year to go there, about a week and a half from now is usually a perfect blooming week. Yet, for some reason I don't think it's going to be the same. I think I'll stay away.

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supposedly there will be a presidential speach in just a short whilee . . . , so if a feed breaks in don't be surprised by that, so I have read at another site, but not Parlor or gab because they don't seem taa-work anymore

12:50 PM EST Jan 11 ,2021



Who won?

the stripe club at the top of the pyramid at the cap of the obelisk at the end of the old regime . . .

alright, heres the bit, a well known interviewer (like Jerry Sienfeld or other equally well liked famous hollywood person ) uses the following approach in a bit:

"i've been asleep since . . . mid October, who is the president"

and I dare anyone famous to go do this bit out in the streets and live stream it with random non celebrities giving their unfettered opinions on the matter . . .

Whatever. Life goes on.

No worries.




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July 12, 2020

change yourself

And the world changes around you




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Say you say you say you said
will it matter
when you're dead?

I don't know just what to say
but I'll say it anyway.

I don't know 
where we went wrong
I wrote my sarrows
in this song
I thought by now 
that I'd be strong
I hope it doesn't
take that long.

Say you said you said you say
will it matter
anyway?

I don't know where we went wrong
I turned around and you were gone.

I don't know the reason
for your buddies leaving
but love's not out-of-season
gotta keep believeing
in Love!

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Be nice to yourself and others. What other choice?

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Political and Media Inanity
by Truck-u-later

Truck-u-later

in this column Truck-u-later steps in deeper . . .

this place is pure kruft!

if every state were only allowed to have as many people as they want to have in a new state, DC, then there would be about 473 states. That would be a lot of new senators. And a lot of new state capitals.

April 8, 2021


Tell us
how
you really feel



a running headline:

Still Trump wins bigly!

the tangled webs of constant decpetion mean, often, in politics . . .



蠱 work on what has been spoiled

sometimes you just need to remove kruft.

Politics never ends but sometimes it's better to remain mute. Mostly when there is nothing needing or wanting to be said.


but that is no one, that has
not hapened to anyone
you made it up.

thankfully true.

We move along. We keep doing for ourselves. We survive. We don't let the world define who and what we are, or how we feel, or what any of this really means.

And if they have bad humor, and will not forgive they will hate you then.


but at least in that
story they leave you 
alone after all of that


They dont' always leave you alone. It seems they still sometimes want to connect to try to draw that cray cray narrative out one more time. And you have to explain that, no, sorry, this is a bit. You caught me while I was writing a character, that's not me. I am using tht as a dialog in a paly that I'm having my character write inside of his narrative, he's writing his own play about a guy writing a play.

It's like he feeds on it, I get bothered that he lets me go on with it.




tell us how you really feel . . . . . . well . . . Truck-you-later!


I speak
but there is no one there.
I know that there is no one there.
I'm not really talking to myself
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I can't believe how long I've had this website that no one goes to. I wanted to have the 'spawn of ten thousand websites' and I think I've pulled it off, but this is a kurfty old school kind of web site. I am the only one who posts here. As you can tell I was into the idea of a better president from a very long time ago. But now that social media is a minefield of indignation and ban-hammering, I'm glad that I have one of the few authentic non-social media websites on the Internet. I guess you could call this an 'anti social-media website'. But don't called me (cause spelling matters) an antisocial media website. I guess I won't use either byline, anti social-media or 'antisocial media',though it would make a snazzy headline.

I've been careful not to let anything here that I do bleed into the other activities that I have on line. When I first heard about efforts and websites that were supposedly supposed to be . . . . (pronounced 'posedly sppooposed ta B, daught daught daught) how could I resist but to participate in the free speech thing. But it's not that anymore.

I have a long story about it, and it got sadder as the months went on. And the saddest part is when a website or 'board', as it is called, becomes a 'captured place'. So if I did this thing called a bunny-hop (I don't) then posedly (supposedly) I could still post there; but I've always said "I'm the canary in the coal mine." But only in simulation. No harm shall come to me.

And if you're gonna have a canary that you use to tell you if the air is clean enough, or fresh enough, or not poison, ought there be, as well, in this modern and concerned age of now, to have a way to quickly shuttle that creature out of the coal mine and into the fresh air when it passes out. So how about a simulated canary. Coal mine or no coal mine. But if it's old school, in that channel, on those pages, in those 'breads' the canary is at least passed out.

Could you say it's drunk? The canary of free speech is passed out and it's being nuzzled by a big fuzzy dog meme and made to feel a certain sense of revulsion.

OK, I'll wake up. I'll fly away. I was never here anyway, so don't worry about me, and to quote an old cartoon sit-comm: "I'm Oh Kay" called out from far off, as if someone has fallen or otherwise made a poor exit, perhaps where the border of things is well defined, like at a precipice, where it's usually totally safe unless, well, unless you decide to do something stupid. It's a totally safe place to be. In fact it's a common theme of travel writing, going over the mountains, or through the high pass, at a place where gorges surround the twisting trail. It could be a sheep trail. It could be a deer trail. It could be an old logging road. But the point of roads is that the world is made safe. And you build a road past a big cliff because that is the only and best way through. And you make it safe. So bring your hang gilder and have no fear.

The people who say 'you must must must do as we tell you to do or else . . . . well', often they never actually tell you. They try to quote unquote 'turn up the heat'. But with people who have obvious moral and ethical failures as a constant resumé bullet item, in a world that was taken over by Peter Principle perfect pitched droning one-tone messaging (remember to floss your mask and brush your shoes and if you don't tuck in all the t's, dot all the eyes, cross all the jays. . . (i's and j's), then we'll . . . well . .. ' But they don't get to the end of it. It's like they are a tea kettle and the top is about to blow right off of it.

When government jumps the shark, the people go inside and lock their doors.

And as far as it goes with edicts and pronouncement of puppet clown leaders, they seem to forget that a president isn't supposed to be a dictator.

11:26 PM EST
Saturday August 14
  


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for insight
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Praise the Lord for insight given!

July 11, 2020

Fix your self and the world gets fixed around you

I've requested to have what I requested shut off, turned back on. Why? Because I'm ready now.


three weeks almost
you are gone
I enjoy to hear you
going on
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warm and dry
ready to rest
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East Woodstock, CT,  Dec 22, 2006, Copyright 2006, 2010

Mertle and a Red house Christmas! This house is in East Woodstock, Conneticuit. Photo taken Dec 2006

The raging ocean at Bear's Neck, Rockport, Massachusetts, during a NorEaster.  Jan 5, 2010, Copyright 2010
oh how the sea will rage in a Cape Ann Nor'Easter




why was I thinking of you?
when we've never met?
my insight 
is too chill
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Poem Shards

just who reads, who writes these poems?
off a mountain road the poet roams
but only in a poem.

Realizing that the empty 
is empty
and not needing anything there.

just who shows up and for what?
I'm lonely or am alone or what does it matter?
driving off towards the nothing
walking along the nowhere path
up high
sure, it's a pretty view
but seen it, done it, jaded, back to the air port
he flew
his fantasy of happy vacation was through.


The deep snow.

The deep snow. She doesn't know how deep. She didn't think about it. Depth of snow no one know in rills and hollows where you shouldn't go when the storm is fierce and the night is cold even you shouldn't be so bold. poem is from 2012 short story titled Blizzard Baby The morning light is hued in cold awareness. Warming in the sun the bunny explores the snow covered lawn. The tracks melt by mid morning. Bunny doesn't know what the song means, anyway. This giant bubble that we call awareness? How could it have been formed? Seemingly hollow, it's filled up with you reading this and wondering where does this idle poet get his idle hours to spew out this bubble web of hollowness? 🚦 🚧 🚨 🚩 🚪 🚫 🚬 🚭 🚮 🚯 🚰 🚱 🚲 🌛 🌑 🌒 🌓 🌔 🌕 🌖 🌗 🌘 🌙 🌚 🌛 🌜 🌝. 🚤 🚥 sometimes there is beauty within the fragments . . . 🌜🌜🌜🌝🌛🌛🌛 Sprongg . . . onng . . . ongg ga Her tired morning seems more like poetry than anything you can find on a blog. Bark Bark. Bark Bark. Tree Bark Bark. Bark Bark. Dog 🌑 🌒 🌓 🌔 🌕 🌖 🌗 🌘 🌙 🌚 🌛 🌜 🌝. 🚤 🚥 Woof and woe🌝 🌑 🌒 🌓 🌔 🌕 🌖 🌗 🌘 🌙 🌚 🌛 🌜 🌝. 🚤 🚥 Space Ship snowman floats off towards Billy Perilli, writer of all of the things on this blog. 🌜🌜🌜🌝🌛🌛🌛

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Coders Edge

At the precipice of coding.

a mountain trail often has a place with a great view and a perilous fall if you wonder just a bit too far to one side of the trail. It's called a precipice. It's not a scary place. It's a safe place that one passes through.


OK, so I've done an update to FC34.

the biggest issue was . . . . drum roll . . .a lock up of gnome.

and if i clicked on the activities button I would need to reload (log out log back in).

I was able to run stuff without that, and thus determined a list of files that might need to be removed. I did as full reinstall of gnome as such:

dnf reinstall gnome

then I did a

dnf list installed |grep fc33

which gave me a list of files to consider uninstalling.

from that I got the following:

first odd issue:

sudo was not at first working! I had to install it! I kept the configuration file so I have my preferences still set up.

dnf install sudo                                                                                                                                                                          dnf reinstall gnome-*                                                                                                                                                                       dnf reinstall kde*                                                                                                                                                                          dnf reinstall NetworkManager*                                                                                                                                                               dnf remove gnome-screensaver                                                                                                                                                               dnf remove gnome-shell-extension-desktop-icons-20.04.0-2.fc33.noarch                                                                                                                       dnf remove xorg-x11-xkb-extras-7.7-33.fc33.x86_64                                                                                                                                          dnf remove compat-openssl10-1:1.0.2o-11.fc33.x86_64                                                                                                                                        dnf remove mozjs60-60.9.0-7.fc33.x86_64                             

there are still some fc33 packages, (I also looked for fc32 packages, anything older that was gnome)

sudo dnf list installed |grep fc33
biber.noarch                                         2.14-4.fc33                            @fedora               
gamin.x86_64                                         0.1.10-37.fc33                         @fedora               
libgta.x86_64                                        1.0.9-5.fc33                           @fedora 

if removing a package also removed large numbers of other packages, I left it. For each of the few that I did remove, I always would make sure by reading what would happen before agreeing to the transaction.

now the gnome-shell is working and it doesn't lock up. So which of the packages that I removed made the difference? I am not sure.

and so after just a few short hours of install, I've got my system working in away that seems normal.

the new gnome shell moves the icons to the bottom of the screen.

I find gnome-shell to be annoyingly poppy at times. I tend to do things rapidly, and all the popping can be nauseating.

It is helpful to learn how to use dnf. I've found that the reverse history stuff works as long as you haven't made too many changes. It's a dicey, though, to try and go back to an older revision but I did it ONCE. Next time it didn't work out so well. AT that point it was installing dnf and yum from rpms.

and I had success. It's the kind of thing that when you know how to do it . . .

but there was one other trick that I needed and it was a scary way to reset a password and I did discover how to do it. I'm not sharing that one (barely remember) it's like these things exist in a nether, and it's best to . . . let the knowledge fade unless you need it. It's too scary to dwell in that space.

anyway, gnome shell is working. It's not flighty and hanging up. And all it took was to remove the old packages of gnome that might conflict with it. And now I can continue with my review.


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