Tuesday, November 21, 2017

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I was thinking a gain, third time this year. Does mankind in its present state, town, or village, need again, the visitation of beings beyond the reach of the Galaxy taxation branch which has tentacles in every ailing earth and alien space not occupied by the ubiquitous neon- lit star spangled pawn shop banner? Beyond the cult of monetary, beyond the stars, beyond religious zealot wardom, beyond next pay day...assuming you're lucky enough to be an employed earthling? Do aliens not only go 'dancing with the stars' but dimensionally... Read More


Prof. Vot For. I have been studying memory loss for the last something years.

Vot For? I'll tell you vot for! You really don't need a good memory because let's face it my finely shredded wheat Germanic friends, the 'Gestapo' water, electricity, and gas boards, send out repetitive "seeing as you missed your 'part' payment plan agreed upon, YOU numb nuts, are now required to pay the previously agreed upon bill in FULL! Right this very day! Right now! See we utilities for essential services to enable you to sink or swim in debt,... Read More


Just finished watching an old time movie, 'How to murder your wife.' Jack Lemon and his movie missus, Virni Lisi. Missed the first part but the court case sequence whereupon Jack supposedly murdered his wife, (he didn't) was as funny as.

I think he's deceased, but if you can remember him with Tony Curtis in 'Some Like it Hot' it was a classic uncomplicated movie with fine acting and the whole plot not being explained in the last 15 minutes which a lot of movies tend toward these days,or maybe i'm just a dumb ass and can't be bothered with overexerting... Read More

The Generous Tailor. RIGINAL.

Friend of mine. Now let me pull myself up here if i may. How many times do you hear..."a friend of mine!" In actual fact wherever you got the information from, truth be, it was more or less third hand from somebody or someone you've never met and most likely will never, but the verbal 'closeness' persists. It sounds better than saying, "i read somewhere" bulldust! Most of us are red somewhere specially in the middle of winter if you get my snowdrift.

I'll start again. I was red somewhere however my doctor was about to tell me a tailor story as he... Read More


The word "trend" is used to describe something moving in a specific or new direction, and other than on Twitter (where things are always "trending") the word is most frequently applied to fashion. What are this year's fashion trends? What are next year's trends going to be? And like the fashion world, the wedding industry loves its trends. But should we?

Where do wedding trends come from? How do they start? Well, sometimes it happens organically. Once in a while, a bride will embrace something uncommon and incorporate that special something into her... Read More


The expression "just can't get a handle on it." Comes from the Greek. A Greek pot maker, Demi Roughas, couldn't distinguish his missus from a pot belly pot. Rather short sighted. His missus Demi Darn it, was always in his way when he was trying to get a handle on his copper pots. Stole the pots from a local Copper, Demi Arrestyou, (changed his name by deed pole to Lemme Arrestyou..."you copper thieving Roughas pot stealing hands on stolen metal banging procurer of unpaid for goods."

Damn it if Darn it didn't damn well get in the darndest position... Read More

Kolkata is now home to the super cop from the west, the very intelligent and powerful detective; the six feet tall LEGO Policeman. He will patrol the city and keep it protected under his watchful eyes- want to meet him? Drive down to the city’s biggest book store and stationery boutique, STORY, the expansive 15,000 sq ft mall that boasts of more than 50000 books, best basket of collectible pens and writing accessories, a wide range of all reasons greeting cards, a comprehensive range of house paper and stationery materials of different kinds, exclusive line of more than 1500 toys for children... Read More

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Musings Of A Poet

Agree Barb, throwing the baby out with the bath water 'aint the answer. Take care. :>)

Musings Of A Poet

I know Rigina, when it takes a week for legite comments to appear it is upsetting, and it is killing the site slowly. Surely there must be a better way to address the spammers and floggers. Also taking away ratings if you do not post in a period of...

Musings Of A Poet

ed i was one of the original complainers about people using this site to flog their stuff. Now legite comments don't show?