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Coloring Club Plus — 2/23/19

drawings from Andrew Chalfen Listening while coloring was Elvis Costello's, “Get Happy!!”, (1980) at least one disc of the 2-disc set. The disc I listened to has 30 – yes, 30! – tracks on it. The other disc in the set has another 20 tracks. Mind-boggling! It was difficult choosing one, but I settled on… Continue reading Coloring Club Plus — 2/23/19

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Oh Prompt Me Do!! — Spooky — Jerry’s World Chapter 2

Here is another prompt from A Guy Called Bloke.  He's got daily challenges that are fun. Oh my Gawd!! You open your eyes and to your horror you find yourself unable to move, your memory is foggy, it’s dark, you can hear noises somewhere around you .. above you maybe, you try to cry out… Continue reading Oh Prompt Me Do!! — Spooky — Jerry’s World Chapter 2

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#FFFC Gaia’s Song

Gaia allowed her lovely creatures to have one last spring frolicking before it was time to go.  The space ship was waiting, hovering just above the turf in the U of MI stadium for now.  After each area was emptied and loaded the ship would move to the next stadium. Gaia called her creatures to… Continue reading #FFFC Gaia’s Song

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Donald Trump calls SNL “the real collusion,” demands “retribution” — Consequence of Sound

Must see.  From last night's SNL.  Alec Baldwin plays you-know-who to a T. https://www.youtube.com/embed/8vQlhWBvAwY?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent It’s no secret that Donald Trump can’t handle even an ounce of criticism — let alone a joke making fun of him. Hell, it’s the reason he ran for president in the first place. He’s been especially annoyed by Saturday Night… Continue reading Donald Trump calls SNL “the real collusion,” demands “retribution” — Consequence of Sound

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Saturday Mix – Sound Bite, 16 February 2019! — May Day in Greenscomb

Queen Guinevere's Maying, by John Collier Weejars is the host of Mindlovemiserys Menagerie's Saturday Mix. Weejars says: This week we are hearing things, as we explore the use of ONOMATOPOEIA. You will need to use the THREE onomatopoeic words in your response – which can be poetry or prose. Our three words, using onomatopoeia are:… Continue reading Saturday Mix – Sound Bite, 16 February 2019! — May Day in Greenscomb

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THE ROLLING STONES SONG OF THE DAY– LET’S SPEND THE NIGHT TOGETHER

OK folks, remember when there were just 3 TV channels and Ed Sullivan was a TV God? Look at this Clash of the Titans!

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The Rolling Stones Song of the Day is- Let’s Spend The Night Together. Released in January 1967 as part of a double A single with Ruby Tuesday- Let’s Spend The Night Together would be on the American version of Between The Buttons. Ruby Tuesday in the US went to #1- the controversial- isn’t it hard to believe here in 2019 that Let’s Spend The Night Together was controversial?- stalled out at #55 mainly to the sexually charged nature of the lyrics. It did go to #3 in the UK. When The Rolling Stones appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show- Ed told Mick “Either the song goes or you go”- a compromise was reached they’d change it to “Let’s Spend Some TIME Together”- when they sang it on the show- which they did with Mick rolling his eyes! When they were done with the song- the Stones returned to the stage…

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Coloring Club · music · Uncategorized

Coloring Club Plus — 2/14/19

Happy Valentine's Day All. This song has simple lyrics and a beautiful melody to it. Norah Jones' voice is perfect for it. I usually don't add parents info on the musicians but I was surprised to learn that Norah is the daughter of Indian musician Ravi Shankar. Per wikipedia: Come Away with Me is the… Continue reading Coloring Club Plus — 2/14/19

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Discourse — Cage Dunn: Writer, Author, Teller-of-tall-tales

Cage Dunn talks about objectivity, learning, perceptions, and discourse in this exceptionally well-written essay. The question raised by #FPQ “Do you believe that anyone can really experience anything objectively? Why or why not?” The first reaction was almost shock. Objective? Humans? Not influenced by personal feelings? Not only is that unlikely, I think it’s impossible.… Continue reading Discourse — Cage Dunn: Writer, Author, Teller-of-tall-tales