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  • aaaaaa-->

    March 22, 2007

  • ♪and when i get all nölig my bonnie schtremmee says ökelidökeliflanders... she say ökelidökeliflanders... and i go lol♪

    shooting star, look at you. shooting star, you're a beyootifool ball of light. shooting star, get out the way!! i can't see nuffin! you're all in ma ma perifirins can i concentrate!!? you're all over! a bluebottle! gettin in...gettin in all about it ..the place! flippin' idiot!!

    ♪OCH nothing could be finer than to give ma bonnie schtremmee a wee happy in the m-O-O-O-RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR-nin'♪

    March 9, 2007

  • the time


    ªnd you will wear your silver shoes

    if you are a moon, you don't have a mirror, so you have to, if you wanna see your face, got to have a little look in the rivers. i had a look in there, i'm a-flippin' Byoou'IFOOL! i'm all a-HANDSOME - the smooth, white Moon! And he's all...I haven't got any eyebrows, but I think that only gives me a bit more of an edge

    March 9, 2007

  • ♪we♪can♪re♪mem♪ber♪

    March 8, 2007

  • ily2

    February 27, 2007


    February 14, 2007

  • mornin' my beautiful twin

    February 12, 2007

  • pay no mind that this race never ends, hold her hand as she leaps into the lake, protect your ears from the thunder above, from water to water this eternal contemplation, dead and awake is a wasteful damnation lol!, go down to the well, the view, yes, is so much better from up here.

    "the i'ching interface presents the observer with 64 uniquely generated states. initially, there is no state selected. the first interaction detected by the machine stops a random state selector at one of the 64 nodes in the circle. the value for that node is displayed, and the generative phase of the installation has begun. the observer is allowed to make five state changes. state changes are made by selected active nodes in the circles. active nodes are logically defined by changes in each of the hexagram's six bits. energy particles stream from the position of the selecting mechanism. english labels for each of the 64 states were written by hand, and are of great relevance to the meaning of the poem generated. words within the poem are generated behind the viewer. slowly, each word comes into view as it travels a path through three dimensional space, in real time, as controlled by the observer. the words eventually destabilize after traveling into the distance. destabilized words behave erratically and fly off into oblivion. poems are fine lines each and approximately 30 words. Some poems enter a looping phase, creating much longer narratives. after each poem generates and displays all of its words, the i'ching interface returns, and the observer begins supplying the seeds for the next poem."

    February 8, 2007

  • February 7, 2007

  • ª

    February 4, 2007

  • la moon

    always miracle

    February 2, 2007

  • still i keep this diamond in my heart

    February 2, 2007

  • yes





    to think


    that too

    February 1, 2007

  • perfect bampette

    February 1, 2007

  • meld until we can't remember which is which

    January 31, 2007

  • :) a.

    January 30, 2007

  • peggy mac a. chiato, malmö, sweden says: "fankletron has made life worth living again! i use it in the kitchen: for fancy stews, macaroni and bird nest soup, at work: to tidy up my workstation, organize and prioritize my tasks effortlessly - and even in the privacy of my home: for my most intrinsic ikebana arrangements. it's pure makik!!"

    January 30, 2007

  • du

    January 29, 2007

  • so


    seepy ness

    January 29, 2007

  • away from you, i hold hands with the air,

    your imagined, untouchable hand. not there,

    your fingers braid with mine as i walk.

    far away in my heart you start to talk.

    i squeeze the air, kicking the auburn leaves,

    everything suddenly gold. i half believe

    your hand is holding mine. the way it would

    if you were here. what do you say

    in my heart? i bend my head to listen, then feel

    your hand reach out and stroke my hair, as real

    as the wind caressing the fretful trees above.

    now i can hear you clearly, speaking of love.

    - c.a.d

    January 26, 2007

  • autism isn't something a person has or a "shell" that a person is trapped inside. there's no normal child hidden behind the autism. autism is a way of being. it is pervasive; it colors every experience, every sensation, perception, thought, emotion, and encounter, every aspect of existence. it is not possible to separate the autism from the person--and if it were possible, the person you'd have left would not be the same person you started with.

    January 25, 2007

  • thee

    January 23, 2007

  • January 22, 2007

  • you couldn't find a cludgie?! - och no! i hate when that happens! there's one here: hope it's not too late!

    January 18, 2007

  • you copied that off the wall of the men's cludgie at wee annie mc.chiato's molotov, auchtermuchty.

    January 17, 2007

  • someone should write a limerick about those certain days.

    annie, alas, was a dreamer

    found with her head in the creamer

    we knew how it'd get

    one single regret

    c. never managed to beam her

    January 17, 2007

  • there are, of course, certain days when wee annie puts her head way too deep into the cappuccino creamer.

    January 17, 2007

  • the best one this side of the ochil hills is made by wee annie mac

    chiato in the auchtermuchty molotov.

    January 17, 2007

  • January 17, 2007

  • for when you're bored sometime

    it's a flickr group of folk doing a "martin parr we heart you" theme as a tribute to his genius. thousands of pics in a martin parr stylee, and some brilliant ones. here's the ones that come up when you search for "bench" within the group:

    January 16, 2007

  • you are right! it's verklempt ... sorry, now i'm feeling all beklempt!!!!

    linda richman - coffee talk'>

    January 16, 2007

  • it's really hard to find much mention of this word anywhere. i know, or think i know it means sort of tearful/misty eyed, yes? please can you give a more precise definition so that i may commence using it in my day to day activities? thanks in advance for your kind assistance in these matters.

    January 15, 2007

  • book ness on sitzbank.. ;)

    January 15, 2007

  • in response to your recent question as to whether the correct pronunciation for amurny is "amoorny", naw, it isny! accordingly, i can confirm that that the word is pronounced with the "u" is sounding "uh" as in "turn". thank you for your kind assistance in this matter i adore you yes.

    January 12, 2007

  • now up on the hill is where you find us

    yeah up on the hill that shit is timeless

    yeah up on the hill that burns the brightest

    yeah up on the hill up on the hill

    the sky really is purple

    January 10, 2007

  • in weiter ferne, so nah

    January 10, 2007

  • hi friend

    the toe plays a very important role to hold a ding in your hand, the best ding for blisters is a product called skin, which you should be able to pick up at a drug store. you put the second skin over the blister than use a couple band aids to keep it in place and you won't even know it's there anymore, skin problem normally occur in the toe so please keep concentrate on it and fat ness will remove

    January 9, 2007

  • January 9, 2007

  • i want to call you thou, the sound

    of the shape of the start

    of a kiss — like this, thou —

    and to say, after, i love,

    thou, i love, thou i love, not

    i love you.

    because i so do —

    as we say now — i want to say

    thee, i adore, i adore thee,

    and to know in my lips

    the syntax of love resides,

    and to gaze in thine eyes.

    love’s language starts, stops, starts;

    the right words flowing or clotting in the heart.

    - c. a. d

    January 9, 2007

  • there are no accent marks in the german language ;)

    January 9, 2007

  • noyn

    January 4, 2007


    January 4, 2007

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