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Politics for Poets

Friday

politics for poets. The skeptics job? when you have been a skeptic and the bad politicians seem to be worse, as you come to discover, then you could have even imagined, how to proceed?

I always liked to say 'seems as though they are like this but how could anyone really be like that and be aware of it? Because the first time someone pointed it out to them, and they will, that person, lost in their depravity of being the better (of who?) would snap out of it? and I would ask it like that, as a question. You're expected to think that a person who is called out on doing really bad things would mend their ways and reform their behaviors, and make restitution as necessary.

What do we see otherwise? The story of what is, was, and will be is one of great interest to all of us. And those who say 'stomp on you for your views, for you love of all nations, especially your own.

Is it wrong to say 'so and such and these ones here, my people, are so awesome I just have to tell you.' That is not the same as 'we are the only awesome'.

Voters don't like mean. Bad people who plot to slience their political opposition are not prefered. And a race baiting meanness is seen as out of hand. Most people who talk about race or ethncity only do it as much as they need to get to the part where they understand the situation. And if you are a controlling person, they might use whatever amunition that they can acquire. The badtease tht 'oh, what you are, how bad, all those like you so bad' is a mean game to play. But whatever the so-called racist says to you about your racie, religion, or whatever, you gotta know, if he thought you were something else, whatever you made him think that you are, then he'd probably go on about how bad they are too. Suddenly that group would be the worst, even though he just said it was the group he thought you were before. So he's not necessarily a racist, but just an aweful person who doesn't care what the game is as long as he gets to your where it hurts you. It hurst you and that makes him glaad, this imaginary bad-person, who I have made up here in this column today, on Friday evening.


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these can get you banned from school?!:
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Cualker blocker
in a stunning Summer shocker
I know
I know I know I know I know

Cualker blocker
in a stunning Summer shocker
I know
I know I know I know I know

Cualker blocker
in a stunning Summer shocker
Let him speak
he's really quite a talker
Do Ah
due ah
due ah
due ah
do ah


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Here is today's pretty poem:


  

Poetry


    
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Blathertational


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glossary of what's next

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Be nice to yourself and others. What other choice?

Praise the Lord Just because it's the right thing to do !ยฉ 2012 APC.Praise the Lord for his deep and unfailing love for us! ยฉ 2012 APC.

Question Authority as appropriate, but not while they are on active patrol

Question Authority by using appropriate channels.

Question Authority but do it using appropriate channels.

Question Authority but don't be a jerk about it.

Question Authority but don't give it any lip.

Dialectical Imperialism disrespects the vernacular.

Depricate Didactic Jingo

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What we have done
What we have failed to do.

Wake up!

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โ™ฅโ™ฅ Praise โ™ฅโ™ฅ the โ™ฅโ™ฅ Lord โ™ฅโ™ฅ !!

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The Message Column


What is done is done

Ephphatha!

I had somewhat of a small flood, nothing major, and not that much water. But I had to do an immediate three hour deal with moving everything, clearing the floor, and doing a lot of laundry all at once.

Ever since then I've been scheming on how to improve my living space. I'm not an epicurean, so I don't care about luxurious living or being ostentatious. But what is wrong with keeping the dinge from settling in? Why should every thing be old, and maybe partly broken? When colors fade sometimes new paint makes things very spiffy and it's an easy thing to do.

Perfect things? The perfection is to not expect it. (not to expect perfection is perfection. No expectations give you a better situation.)

Over the years it seems that when ever I get to a place where I feel that some effort 'must' be made to have a . . . whatever . . . in my life, I usually find that the effort breaks down when I try too hard at some vanity. It's nice to have beautiful shelves for the beautiful things but even nicer to not need or care for all that chinse and glitz. Or if you could just have it some of the time, like Christmas. Most of the year you wouldn't deal with your collection of eclectic collectible trinket nothings. All of that is inconsequential in the long haul of eternity. But still we like to have 'nice things'. And things of value should not just be tossed in the trash.

I like having some things. I've always been a 'collector'. What I've discovered that collecting of anything runs a well known course.

If you take everything away the sparseness can also be unserene.

The idea of 'effort' to get 'serenity' is, itself, so unserene that, well, any such effort is thus always a failure (did you do a test? all efforts like that for all eternity? sounds like crap and hubris and I should doubt your premises here, by now, friend.).

You know, I can have this larping voice of the alter ego writer, questioning my every nuance, in parenthetical rage. But in actuality, I have no rage.

rage is created, and in that sense artificial.

Misdirected by other it can still be dangerous.

rage: you put it on the top of the hill and you push it off and gravity takes it. Any larp of rage always has the effect, even when someone doesn't want it to. so if you do that larp, of rage, it's going to get to it's enraged conclusion. It's like that shelf that you need for your expensive thing. And if you didn't have the expensive things you would not need the shelf. So forego both. (I have too many of this kind of collectible. to keep them all I'd need a better space. Voice of reason says 'take the best of it, and sell the rest' forego the shmancy shelving, turquoise and beautiful in the on-line catalog but still more crap for me to eventually need to throw away like all the other shelves I ever bought or made either I have a use for it, for something, or . . . Shed. Shed more. And then shed more than that. It's like deleting content on a crufty website.




The promise of a crap room.

I shouldn't say 'crap room.' That's odd. But my neighbor is having, my neighbors are having, their house redone. Part of that is taring down what is old. They cut down an old maple. It was right next to the driveway. So that's gone. Next they tore down the garage. Suddenly it was just a pile at the side of the house. It's cordoned off with tape so no worries.

So then I notice that there is a hole in the roof towards where the garage used to be. I have this same set up in my small house, too, without the small doorway. I know that other houses on the street have that same kind of door to the space above the garage. I don't have the small door way to the space above the garage. And I could have that door if I took my saw and wet nuts with it. And then a lot of time to make the floor, making it clean it there would be a task. I'd have to have masks, etc. And then I'd have a nice little room for crap. The better solution? The better solution? Would be to not do that. If I do not cut a hole in the wall I will not have to make it all clean 'in-dare' and I will not have to store all that stuff that I don't really need anyway.

So the solution to worrying about renovations is to shed what you have that is making you want to do that renovation. In the long run I understand that the fate of old wooden side structures is that they get torn down and hauled away. But in the meantime, it's nice to have them, and use them, to the full length of their expected lifetime of use. How old can a building be if it's not rotted?

And as far as that extra space, it would be 'cool' to have it. I could store some stuff in there. maybe the real solution is a full wreakout of the whole inner part of the structure? (a 'wreakout' is when you go in and rip it all out and haul all of the innards away.)

The cost of wreakout would be not much less, or even more expensive, then demolition, build new.

I know that is the fate of this structure when I leave it. Why do expensive wreakout, and risk my own health so that I can renovate something for a temporary period for space for crap that really I don't need or want anyway? And that doesn't matter and is unimportant? There might be a reason, some day. Not now. If the economics of it were different.


Too much stuff,
not enough shelving.
we don't need either probably.




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July 13, 2018



the moths finally all were here
last week flurrying around the trees
better than animation
each with it's own purpose of distraction
here I am
let me see you
will you be my friend
can I come and kiss you?

No moth, you can't
you can't come and kiss me.


Living

Saint Michael please save us from the pains of hell.

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Work on what has been spoiled. But what about those who pretend that there isn't a problem?





And a stadium sized fuel-cell bubble-house that floats off towards New Brunswick.

And a New Brunswick sized fuel-cell bubble-house that floats off towards a distant galaxy of light.




An old proverb:

Those who say do not know. Those who know do not say.



Most of it is awesome
some of it is lame
that one likes to run on
and they all say he's insane.







 
 What is done is done
 Ephphatha!
   
 What is done is done
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   the        the        the
   Lord       Lord       Lord!
  for    because    
 Easter  He's so awesome! 
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Is it obvious parody or News or both?

 
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Political and Media Inanity
by Truck-u-later

Truck-u-later

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

I'm on a brake from being a big-mouthed know it all today. Look here on another day to find out how much I'm Q'd into these days.

It isn't that I'm not writing . . . just nothing refined enough to post. And I've been busy doing other things.


a running headline:

Trump continues to win bigly!



่ ฑ work on what has been spoiled

Support the sane and the honest in journalism. Reject the call to dox.

July 12, 2018



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





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  Praise     Praise     Praise
   the        the        the
   Lord       Lord       Lord
  for his    for his    for his
 unfailing  unfailing  unfailing
   love!      love!      love!



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The Right Column

July




Crucus all are gone, 
now the rabbit is on the lawn.
He saunters by and feeds on grass.




Somethings never change
nothing need stay the same
ah, but on a website
the constant change
 is kind-of the point . . . 

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In a Stunning Summer Shocker .  . .
 . . . on an otherwise ordinary day . . .
 Oh Sgt . . . .  what have we wrought?

 In a Stunning Summer Shocker . . .
   outstanding and extrodinary
   the mountain
   and the thunderheads
   the mountain
   and the tiny Cessna
   the mountain, the lake
   the tens of thousands of trees.
   
   There gonna pop
   the top
   right off of it!
   
   There
   gonna
   pop
   the
   top
   right off of it!
   
   All of this
   well measured?
   
   

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๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› 
๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒ› 

A butterbean, because the baby likes them. Buy a, poppa, poppa, The people said.




. . . only four weeks from today . . .

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

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    Great
    beginnings
    misting
    tired
    eyes
    with
    joyous
    hope
    aware
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Please visit my DEMOS

       
   
   Live your life
in constant resurrection!


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Praise the Lord!

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Poem Shards

Jullsies mind was very closed so
she thought she'd put in a causeway to it
Wednesday evening in the tony shore neck 
at the harbor
she
buys something that will break
as soon as she
places it
in her yard
some saturday with resentment.

It's a long walk to the town and the heart ridge that is all along it.
And no one says a word as she walks between falsehood and lies
she
is cold now though it's 88 degrees
she is 
hungery now
even though she never misses a meal
she is lustful now
even though no one will have her
she is angry now
that someone 
would write a poem about it

if she only had some more of those pills
more of those pills
he
had to take them away from her she
took it away from him then (not really saying directly what she did to him)
and she wasn't ever going to give it back.

So she sent him off to go live with his brother
it wasn't important
she wasn't going to open up and tell anyone
the truth of how she felt 
let it alone.
It's all a big deal now she's so lonely
but he won't come home.




๐Ÿšฆ ๐Ÿšง ๐Ÿšจ ๐Ÿšฉ ๐Ÿšช ๐Ÿšซ ๐Ÿšฌ ๐Ÿšญ ๐Ÿšฎ ๐Ÿšฏ ๐Ÿšฐ ๐Ÿšฑ ๐Ÿšฒ
๐ŸŒ›         

๐ŸŒ‘ ๐ŸŒ’ ๐ŸŒ“ ๐ŸŒ” ๐ŸŒ• ๐ŸŒ– ๐ŸŒ— ๐ŸŒ˜ ๐ŸŒ™ ๐ŸŒš ๐ŸŒ› ๐ŸŒœ ๐ŸŒ. ๐Ÿšค ๐Ÿšฅ

sometimes there is beauty within the fragments . . .
๐ŸŒœ๐ŸŒœ๐ŸŒœ๐ŸŒ๐ŸŒ›๐ŸŒ›๐ŸŒ› 

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

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Jersey Shore . . .!

Bill Perilli, writer of all of the things on this blog. ๐ŸŒœ๐ŸŒœ๐ŸŒœ๐ŸŒ๐ŸŒ›๐ŸŒ›๐ŸŒ› Dead men post no bail and they don't weep and they don't wail They don't know what's going on and if you sing they don't sing along and if they did you'd run away it'd be very scary like Halloween day

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Purpose of such a review?

I would take new work, but I don't know how to get back into the job market.

I've got these ideas about . . . and if I tell you I won't actually do it.

to be said in a robot voice, with a sound effect quality from the 1990's: "Bitcoin is crashing, crashing"

But who am I to talk? I used to collect stamps.

I read in an article that people make upwards of $100,000.00/month running a . . . drum roll . . . MineCraft (TM) server. The article was about how three students at Rutgers . . . invented the world's worst computer varmint (mole? weasle? worm? viris?) so that they could take down rival MineCraft servers. It's a real story.

I don't do MineCraft, but I do minetest, an open source version of the same thing. I think such 'infinite world' topography simulators and gameish environments are a very lot of fun. I tend to use the world builder commands and loving the stack and stack2 commands (stack2 is the most useful). But really minetest could go to a higher place if they would . . . and I have a list of different ideas that would need to be better presented. Think like Einstein: don't just map in 3-D. Don't just allow only six directions. Allow for other orientations. Allow for importing in fragment matrices to use as templates (that is kind of . . . what the saves are.) have a better sand box. The pieces are all there, you jsut have to allow for rotation of elements and also that htey need not conform to having to live within that particular matrix.

In life, as in video games, it's better to avoid the battle. In a video game if you 'like' the battle, well, that is your thing. In the real world if you like the battle, you might not be suited as a peacemaker, but instead maybe a pretty good football player, some kind of wise quarterback.

I like playing minetest without having to fight off the dragons. But the dragons still show up occasionally. I'm doing something like building stairs between the levels, or stacking glowing bricks into a pyramid, and the figgging dragon shows up and starts shooting me with fire. How annoying. It's just a process, really. So, instead of a 'kill', one instead can defeat this . . . .creature of the game by blocking it in (so it can't move and withers away. OR. You lay down a couch and sit in it. The dragon will attack, but the couch always restores all your health, so the attack has no effect. As long as you have an adequate weapon, you just sit there with your finger on the hit button, or tapp it repetiviely, and eventually the dragon will die. Yet a third way is to remove the dragon mod, and then it won't show up any more but they are cool when they don't attack, so I leave them in the game. Plus if anyone breaks into my world (how could they?) and wants to hang around they'll have to face dragons (but I don't network my worlds, though I could, couldn't I).

I like blender better for precision. It would be awesome if there were a blend of minetest and blender (a single application) minetest-blender-neverball-civ-browswer. Each block with 6 faces can have 6 different feeds . . .

On anohter note: it is said that quantum computing will disrupt the whole crypto chain dream-space and the byte-con (byte-console?) bit-cion (bye coin?) phenomena. A few years ago I heard how gold can be faked in many different ways and that even getting a slapped coin didn't really mean that you actually had the real thing. That sounds a bit paranoid, but . . . buyer beware. Seriously if you are just starting to by metal today, thinking that bitcoin is crashing, you probably are just a desparate person anyway, unhappy in any case, and one who doesnt' plan well for storms and rain. It's going to rain sometimes. If it's a storm, that is why there are root sellers. Root-kit sealers? Nave sealers? Face-crock sellers? ROOT Cellars. Where you go when there is a tornado. Other than that you can hunker in and pray.

Yes, I think that bitcoin mining is interesting, but a far better use of a hybirdized processor array video system, with very many cores, a better use: is design. Design of scenes. Design of toy-things. Design of video game objects. Website design. For the lookup and presentation of complex data. But not just for that but actually do that with it. You have a super computer that can do it well, and instead you heat your house and mine bit coin and waste a very lot of electricity for something, that as soon as the quantum computers are actually annonced, something that won't be worth that much anymore if it['s all just cracked, first thing, but willful operators and their spiffy new cmputer system. My guess is that someone might already have them and the only reason they haven't done it yet is . . . they are just being nice.

hey, I don't know how block chain works. Maybe it will stand up to the test of dysruptive technologies such as quantum computers? I don't really know. So if you know that your purchase is a good one, and it's not just a way to launder your crooked money, or to try and hedge against the meanness of the cartel world, then go pay your 10000 dollars per bit coin, which used to be 10 cents when it first started. I've been wrong about commodities in the past. But at least if you buy a box of silver eagles, for about 10,000 american dollars (Ampex today), at least then you actually have a box of silver. Better would be a box of Rhodium.

If you could convert all of that to Rhodium, how much would that be worth: approximately 500 ounces of Rhodium! That would be a very very lot.

Now I'm just plugging my Spaceship Snow man fable, that I add to every year starting in November, or so, and post it during hte Christmas and giving season. And in the stoyr the guy who owns the giant carosel place, in the piney-marshlands of the Piney place (NJ what exit?) had invested in bitcoin back in the day and got it all out and took delivery in silver wire (which he purchased from a place in Bergan County, in view of the bridge)

But later, after the storm that hit suddenly just the week before Christmas, when all the lights came on for all the stuff and he didn't know how, he did a test on his wire, because he's got all the rock-shop gear (he is a rock-head. They called him Geometry Bob, back in the day, when he was in it). It was stupid to take deliver all in silver plates. but he figured betst thing he could power up all the gear that he also purchased (first from china) and set up on the turned over Ferris Wheel (that was a Ferris/Tesla hybird. In this fiction Tesla and Ferris are buddies, secret buddies, and Ferris was working secretly with Tesla behind the backs of the cartel, but isn't that a grand fiction!

So in the story he tests his silver and finds that it isn't silver any more and that it's turned to something else but before he actually tests for what that something else is . . . he . . . has an episode of sadness and introverted rage, when he withdraws from the world for a while and retreats into what he calls his Bee-at cave. With a little superbee emblem next to the door like a mizzuzza on a house (not made of Rhodium, but of Silver) that a lot of people won't use anymore because they fear those who don't like the ones who do that. And the back seat of an old Coronet next to the wall in the hallway. The sumer comes and all the rides are tested for safety and the seats are made clean, and they might even put on new paint. But in the Winter, the place is usually left alone. He lives there like a hermit at times, down within his broken dreams. All his millions and millions of bitcoin winnings, on which he had failed to pay even one sliver of taxes on any of it . . .

But if it's all been lost? He ponders that. He retreats into his collection of super movie heroics and animated television worlds, ignoring his new quantum 8 infinity, double infinity update super computer, wiht the coolest and most precious LED lighting system surrounding the case and controllible on an ap on a tablet, that simulates it all in a three-d space, and allows him to control all the lights on all of the holiday display bots that he keeps adding onto, year to year, but he's just never turned it all on himself. Ya, it did come on by accident the night of the storm, and then he was afraid again. But not to be too gleeful, because that might call attention. He wasn't going to have any problem declaring a profit and paying the taxes because on further look, with his expensive geologist the ready dude hiker equipment (it was all 12 and 24 volt gear and easy to maintain as well as to hauol around wiht you.

by then dad is saying that the web page is causing yawns, even for me. Who can keep up with these made up stories of false histories? Tesla? Edison? Ferris? New Jersey? Pennsylvania? Ohio?

Yes. when it's time for bed dad maybe picks a famous story. He reads it till they tucker out. If they have questions he answers them. Then he goes off and thinks about how . . . just how mayebe . . he could figure out how to make silver into Rhodium. And if he does he might not tell anyone. What would his kids think? "You won't even tell us, daddy?"

"Yes, of course. Tell you, and the whole world."

"That's a better ending."

"It would also be a begining."

By then the children were sleeping. The story had put them to sleep.

Jan 17, 2018






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