Monday, November 29, 2004


That was a weekend.

Happy Happy Joy Joy to the Lizard,

a niece far less older than Myself.

Turkey & a new car, yet...


It took us all week to fill up

the roll=offs...sometimes in

twinkling darkness.


There is some post=election

engrungement of issues. But the

state=wide legislators round here

Opted out of pay raises on the eve

of a two month vacation. Now,

speaking as someone who gets an

unpaid long respite, i can almost

sympathise. Almost.

Meanwhile~there is a flat rate

on the toll road. So, while the going

is good, travel long & far to the ends

of the Weal=Common. [altho, for the

best gas prices, you'll still have to

drop into a local venue.] Roll on!

I am being satiric.


Honestly~i once made a fried cheese

sandwich that resembled the Last

Supper...but seeing that the Tomato

soop was simmering so good on that

summer day, it went the way of all

considered consumption. Curse the

Poverty i must now rue & regret!


My dremes are tuned in. Bizarre,

but tuned in. It's the Turkey i suspect.

[Experiment~eat breasts & legs for an

entire year and make note of the

ensuing hallucinations.] Don't forget

the contains a mild form of

lysurgic acid dyethylamide. Or so

i've heard. On the web.


Where in the name of Elizabeth Shue

was i? OH! Yeah...the Slack is firmly

determined not to purchase any item

which depends on 1970's rock music for

its Boomer=trended advertisemente.

[they are too numerous to mention]

Moreover, shouldn't a generation be

outraged {any generation} that their most

precious cultural icons/moments are

subverted to commercial purposes?

Advise the slack who posits a cott=boy

of One. Cleverness aside, Don't we

already have a Museum in Cleveland?

/that's the first & possibly last time that

Clever*...Clevel* would be used in a

threaded sentence/

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notes 2 new Glowers:

1) it is very possible to Write about

nothing in particular for the length of

any given entry.

2) this Author does not adhere to the

above system.

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~it's a throw=off entry^


karynwiththewhy said...

well, now, another way to look at the music recycling trend, if you are trying to find the bright side, is additional royalties or monies to the original bands, now old men raising children and trying to avoid anyone that remembers that era of debauchery that they were so firmly a part of ... or, they just sold out, WITH A BIG DELAY.

Oh, man, I CAN'T find a bright side to it, a good spin on it. I join your Cott-Boy.

~ K

slacbacmac said...

Thereyago Kayy~
there ain't no excuse for the co=opting of
our "life sound=track".  Now, we are two
of 20 million.  Joiners?^

belfastcowboy75 said...

I join the cott=boy. I'm not sure about copyright law, but I think the songs go public domain after 30 years; thus, the co=opting of the sound track without royalties to the artistes. Does CSI mean a windfall for Daltry and Townsend? Certainly not Moon nor Entwhistle. (although no=one has used Fiddle About or Boris the Spider)

sunflowerkat321 said...

Cowboy can relax.  I learned recently that copyright now protects for 60 at least the rightful artist gets his due.

A cott=boy is appropriate.  My husband is a master of mute and they must depend on visual excitement and closed captioning to sell us their wares.  Perhaps it would work best to just cott-boy tv!!  Let's keep our treasured tunes on the stereo, where they belong!

slacbacmac said...

Cowboy: i got my copyright certificates & they last
a good long time---i'm too poor to sell out.
Sun=Flower! ~i am the fastest muter & demuter
on the East Coast...ask my nieces & nephews!
Thanks for Joining

musenla said...

It seems there are many similar to the folks at Rolling Stone Magazine who believe the music died after the 70s.  I don't think we've seen the last of its commercialization.  

Thanks for visiting me often, my dear Slac.  I've been remiss in J land, having been obssessed with the whole election thingie.   I've since licked my wounds.  Glad to be back!

slacbacmac said...

Muse: Welcome Back...yeh that
darn election thingy.  So~you won't buy
that fone service that features THE CLASH?
holiday smooches


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