posted on December 29, 2006 at 8:54 pm

oh my brothers n sisters of the blogge
its almost over
hold your breath till sunday night
maybe itll be alright
if you been reading
you’ll know its been a bad year
grant died
aunty irene died
my mothers brother uncle sid died
lena larsson an old friend from sweden
ian cooke 46 camping with his son..an old neighbour of mine
both twillies diagnosed syringomyelia
elli operated but who knows outcome exactly?
their mother diagnosed brain growth…..
one op down
one to go
ian rilen sydney superstar succumbs to the big c
but all things must pass
but you never get used to it when it does
still the question what happens when we die is unanswered
the most pressing n important matter of all
but we all go on living like we’re immortal
and putting off telling people we lovem n actualizing it
me included
getting all angry over a missed turn
being goaded n prodded to lose my temper
being grumpy n sour cos im stoned or tired
choosing to be on yer own when somebody needs ya
not visiting yer parents n family when ya gotta chance
getting miffed instead of getting into it
going off in huff instead of going with the flow
losing face n finding fault
chasing money youth fame power
avoiding poverty age infamy being humbled
still trying to fix things
rig things
control everything n everybody
getting bored real easy
not looking into peoples eyes
and never never never
being in the moment
right now
this one here
you see
its continuous
not frag-ment-ed
its one long song
but my mind is just up to its olde tricks
to keep the deep me
enthralled
but the deep me-being
is now letting ye olde mind n “personality” know
we will continue the revolution
however we can
and even if we cant stop the bad things
we gonna carry on with the good we can do from here
but oh mind…!
mind your mind if ya cant face yer face
mind your mind if ya cant race yer race
mind your mind
mind
time out of mind
why i gotta good mind to….
my stupid mind
can someone tell it to get out of the way
stop promising stuff
stop hanging around when its not needed
i mean my hands dont try n strangle me when theyre bored
they play the bass
they painting pictures
they type my blogge
they feel the chi
and then when i dont need em
they just lie or hang there
still n peaceful
but the mind….
its going all the time…
im swimming
my mind is going
think about the caravan
think about 4th form at lyneham high
think about ziggy stardust
think about mwps last e-mail
think about how bored you are
think about whether you can stop now
think about that argument you had
think about all the wicked lowdown nassty things you ever did
(boy theres a few laps there…)
think about that book youre sposed to write
think about sex
think about drugs
think about death
and all the time
the deep-me being
is trying to hush these voices
with force
or by subtleties
its trying to calm em down
not now not now it whispers amongst the clamour
fucking stupid mind
if it could shut down for 5 seconds
i would understand everything
but then i wouldnt need it
its a temporary system….
it doesnt wanna be replaced with the purest knowledge
it doesnt wanna be placated with deep calm n detachment
oh no
it wants to rev you up
it wants to get me going
and so too do people
the calmer i (try to) become
the moore they rev my engine
just to see if the olde me is still at home
(he is…under house arrest!)
but its my fault for letting them
this is my gnu yeers rezzolooshun
not to argue
not to argue
knot to r.gue
tim once said
theres 2 modes in the studio
argumentative or getting fucked over
meaning i guess
ya gotta fight fer what yer want
but if youre fighting…
havent you already lost the fight?
so i wanna be in the moment
not arguing some useless thing
using up my carefully cultivated chi chi gong
2006
the pleasure n the pain
what does it all mean now?
can i even really remember much at all?
rob dicko seems like hundred years ago
sitting in my kitchen 7 44
surrounded by an unseasonal mist..
think i’ll go swimming
think i’ll have a sauna n a real hot shower
and walk amongst my people
all them eurotrash tourists
the brazilian types
the jap tourists
(how thats racist idont know)
the yankee tourists with loud shirts n silent wives
the indians with their saris n castes
the local yokels rubbing their hands together
bondi is invaded by hordes of maurauding ninnies
getting sunburnt
eating breakfast
at the nauseating egg n bacon strip on campbell pde
getting parking tickets theyll never bother to pay
gettting dumped n thumped by surf that they have no clue about
dancing at dance parties and dropping E’s
walking up the road carrying slabs of beer
and babbling like babel in a million languages
german chinese nigerian
the outdoor cafes swell to overflowing
money rains down on bondi
everyday not just sunday now
everyday for about 3 weeks
then one day…
then one day
inexplicably
theyre all gone
vanished
and where the glamourous italians n sunburnt irish once were
is only seagulls n a few lazy surfers n an olde fisherman
thats life
thats the cycle
thats the planet
that is in all things
see ya tomorrow
sk

x

51 Responses to “2006 the 13th”

  1. avatar
    craig1.618 | 29 December 2006 at 9:12 pm #

    very well put today…..i do the same things…we probably all do…..like you said though…..drank some wine, had a smoke, got ta smile……enjoy sk

  2. avatar
    leelinau | 29 December 2006 at 9:22 pm #

    yep

    ^_^

  3. avatar
    jen | 29 December 2006 at 9:30 pm #

    i too wish i could stop my mind from constantly running……and my mouth. don’t see that happenin’ in the next two days though.

  4. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 December 2006 at 9:50 pm #

    Steve

    All the best in the new year.
    Looking forward to some new releases and enjoying the old. Picked up a long lost copy of Goldfish..jokes the other day. My how time flies

    Steve in Florida

  5. avatar
    Jab @ BZT | 29 December 2006 at 10:11 pm #

    Yes indeed Meester Steve, the mind is never bored. Whether we consciously like it or not.

    Although last nights dreaming took me to SW Ireland to a beautiful top floor wide windowed apartment with some fine friends and beers. I don’t mind that kind of stuff.

    2007 will be better. I hope.

  6. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 December 2006 at 10:55 pm #

    Don’t be too hard on yourself sk, it’s your mind that makes hundreds of us click on this page day after day after day, just to read what’s ticking away up there in your head, so what does that say about us?!! Are we out of minds for doing that? Well who cares, it makes us feel good, it makes us feel something, so be it!
    You’ve had a tough year sk, but you’ve pulled through and I really hope you can set your mind free to “live in the moment(s)” in 2007 and enjoy & love everything and everybody in your life.

    Love forever,
    Amanda

  7. avatar
    The Carrier of Fruit | 29 December 2006 at 11:08 pm #

    2006 has seemed a an arguementitive year. Loss, injustive, setback etc making it impossible to see the forest of beauty around me. It has only been in 2006’s final moments that I have used to pounding waves to acknowledge my insignificance and significance.

    enjoy the water SK

  8. avatar
    the dean | 29 December 2006 at 11:14 pm #

    To be a seagull or a lazy surfer or an olde fisherman. the ones left behind may suspect that all novelty is oblivion.

  9. avatar
    geenunn | 29 December 2006 at 11:32 pm #

    i think i want to become that lazy olde fisherman sk… happiness aint a warm gun but it sure is being up to my waist in that good old sea water (bugger the rod… i will be that lazy that i just stand and watch)

    talk soon

    geenunn

  10. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 December 2006 at 11:33 pm #

    sk,
    john edwards from north cackalacky is running for prez in 08′ on a end poverty, reduce global warming, health care for all americans agenda. weird huh?

    fight the fight,
    richard mc. healthy and good wife.

    p.s. good wife says dya know that the japanese folks are about to hunt 960 whales in the southern ocean under “research”.they’ll sell the meat though and that we red-blooded americans in wyoming, idaho gonna dismiss 54 of the 65 packs of wolves known to exist.
    fuck fuck fuck a duck in the butt.

  11. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 December 2006 at 11:40 pm #

    Inspired

  12. avatar
    Samosanx | 29 December 2006 at 11:55 pm #

    yeah

  13. avatar
    veleska1970 | 30 December 2006 at 12:01 am #

    you’ve had a hard year, steve, but you made it through~~stronger and wiser, ay? 2006 was a sucky year for me as well. but you are absolutely right about putting things off~~it’s toxic for the soul, that’s for sure. regret is a bitch.

  14. avatar
    fledgling | 30 December 2006 at 12:13 am #

    its real nice to be back online with you. i’ve just caught up on the last few weeks, feel like i kinda know where you are at.
    sharing your cyberthoughts has been a pleasure this year.
    may you be still and find the deep you in 2007. i’m sure i’ve glimpsed it a few times already and its beautiful.
    and share your love.

  15. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 December 2006 at 12:21 am #

    Peace be with you Killa
    yeah I gotta lady here
    she loves to argue
    like shes getting paid
    drivin me bonkers
    making me jekyll out
    I cant do it
    I surrender
    I wish it was easy to do
    I mean sometimes
    it seems so plausible
    that aggression could be
    short circuited by love
    Deeming aggressive formats incompatible to the judo of kindness
    but its such a hard fight to uphold
    Its gotta be a thing of practice and perserverence
    People just believe in the complete opposite of compassion and love
    its frustrating and constricting like the winking eye of Maya..
    Detachment is the flow…
    Happy New Year
    to one and to all
    om tat sat om

    jaime r………..

  16. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 December 2006 at 12:27 am #

    Isn’t everything just a distraction ’til the next phase?

  17. avatar
    enthralled | 30 December 2006 at 12:41 am #

    Here’s a worthwhile linky to help those beautiful whales.

    http://whales.greenpeace.org/global

  18. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 December 2006 at 1:21 am #

    It’s the human condition, non?

    B.Bon

  19. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 December 2006 at 1:34 am #

    I sure can’t complain – I have the most lovely wife to snuggle against each and every night but I’m smart enuf to realize it won’t be forever. So – I’m enjoying today and tonite and what will be will be.

    One thing it has been this past year – a great year for the Kilbey blog.

    ed in fl

  20. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 December 2006 at 1:40 am #

    SK, the spirit of Grant is alive & well in you, & lending a helping hand, by the sound of the ‘wolf’ song I’ve heard a couple of times now.

    And rememnber the princess who lived on the hill… This one goes out to the glory of love, & we’re all ‘wrong’ sometimes xx

  21. avatar
    Melquiades | 30 December 2006 at 2:07 am #

    been staying away from my family. for various reasons, I guess. But that’s something I’m not so happy about.

  22. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 December 2006 at 2:11 am #

    Vol-e-skag at 11.01

    The ‘eh’ instead of ‘ay’ is a quirk – a crank – you stupid peasant. Go eat some more граф, seljanka.

  23. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 December 2006 at 2:27 am #

    Hi SK,

    First, a big aussie welcome to the twillies. Loved your blog girls.
    Have fun during your stay here and I hope the weather’s warm and sunny so you can check out those hot guys at the beach. Ah….. takes me back to my teens and all those gorgeous surfer boys.

    SK, hope you had a lovely Christmas. Therese surprised me with a print of “Absinthe” – (No. 5) beautifully framed. I was over the moon. It has pride of place on my wall. She also gave me “Eden” and some self-portrait cards plus “Bah humbug”, my chrissy/berfday card. There’s a bit of a shrine going on here. She must think I like you!
    Happy New Year to you and your 6 lovely girls.

    Love
    Lady Di
    xo

    p.s.
    To Davem,
    Glad you got your mention. I’m sure the omission was unintentional. Ol grey eyes got a lot on his plate these days. Have a happy new year.

    Lady Di

  24. avatar
    Queen Hatshepsut | 30 December 2006 at 3:00 am #

    Most people do spring cleaning…I am doing end of the year cleaning. Found an old magazine from May and started flipping through it and there was a quarter-page picture of Grant and a paragraph announcing his death. For a millisecond I was stunned – wait, Grant died??? and then I remembered. Grant died. I suppose it’s the same phenomenon that made me occasionally keep thinking I could ring up my dad years after he’d died.

    So I’m reading two amazing books on Buddhism and as I struggle to throw things out I realise how attached I am to everything – from clothes to books to pictures to people and feelings. Must learn to let go. Isn’t that the ultimate lesson? Creeping up on 40 it seems to be the only thing in my mind lately. Yes, yes. All things must pass.

    In the momemt Steven, I wish you and your family what I believe are the best things in life – good health and peace.
    Thanks for an amazing year.
    love always,
    denise
    xxoo

  25. avatar
    cita | 30 December 2006 at 3:45 am #

    Being a better man. Nice contemplative one today. Soulful, warm, thoughtful.

  26. avatar
    ambnt1 | 30 December 2006 at 4:10 am #

    Steven,

    Just watched the “World Trade Center” DVD, with Nick Cage. Vowed I’d never watch it, but my g.friend rented it and wow, it was extremely well done and moving. Puts everything into perspective about L.I.F.E.

    BTW, never said you were a racist for the “Japs” remark, guess the point was others could misinterpret it as such. Don’t trip. Chill out! (j.kidding).

    May 2007 be peaceful for you, with no argy-bargy in sight.

    –Chris

    n.p. Sola Translatio, “Enigma” (electro-acoustic-ambient-drone-soundscapes to quiet the hyperactive mind)

  27. avatar
    Daberhasher | 30 December 2006 at 4:31 am #

    in the stranger things have happened dept…
    here’s your new years pitch to the gluttonous boars at bigwig tv…

    “my name is steve”…

    tanned and mellowed space rocker with killer calves fishbowls his falcon through old haunts on quest for peace through atonement for prior transgressions… makin right whatcha made wrong… it’s time travel… you can tie the blog in of course… mystical voiceovers, hypnotic visuals, the works… um, the music is covered, by a country mile… ya get Terry Stamp on board for the supersage role……..

    ah, what silliness my mind finds for me… still, could make for a different sort of year… actually, i’ve never seen the american show “my name is earl”, which in the best industry tradition i stole and slapped your name on. but it’s star is an ex skateboarder, not a globetrotting bearer of the rock mantle, but a skater… once again, things are out of balance……..

    good luck with the reso, that’s a good one… i always kick myself when i let that temp rise… pride, the last word, de dooo doo doo de da da da…
    trying to let it go
    like water off a dolphins back
    happy new year space dolphin
    glide on……………….

    aloha,
    ee

  28. avatar
    nickfiction | 30 December 2006 at 4:57 am #

    this was a great fucking read, thanks SK, NickFiction

  29. avatar
    bucks burnett | 30 December 2006 at 6:45 am #

    A lot of suckass things happened for me in 2006, as they do in any year because calendars are moody bastards full of mixed messages….but on July 28 I got to see my friends The Church in Dallas, Texas and reconnect wiff me olde friend Steeeevie Baybee. And later that year I conned The Who out of 2 $225 tickets at the box office and they played a stunning show inspite of not getting my money…so it was a good year over all.

    Enjoyed the story about your Uncle Gary. I have an Uncle Gary too and he’s crazy as fuck, endlessly quotable. A maniac.

    James Brown is leaving town.

  30. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 December 2006 at 6:52 am #

    lucid mindscape revealed jap magic existential angst why does your favourite media icon always share your thoughts and concerns? coincidence or cosmic design?
    sk=philosopher cyber guru as always you rock and i can dig it man. what do the waves of the sea have in common with mountain ranges? all those perfect songs of yours go through my head throghout the day providing solace and explanations. a verse pondered for 15 years finally understood while walking my austrailian shepard/huge mutt. finally comprehend why so and so did this or why this or that occured…because of the words that you sing and the melodies that you and the band weave around them. sk=professor emotional healer. conduitoftruth. patrick-csa@myway.com

  31. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 December 2006 at 7:09 am #

    bush and cheyney,rice, and dumbsfeld should hang next. they are trying to kill as many people as they can. the 4th reich is upon us disguised as a retarded cowboy fake christian bastard. bush administration orchistrated 911, to consolidate power. fuck nickcage a daft philistine sycophant lackey. gw bush is the antichrist!

  32. avatar
    craig1.618 | 30 December 2006 at 7:14 am #

    i just re-read your blog for today and man………….all those folks passing, daughters illnesses and major troubles for their mom too, your dear friend grant, and on and on……….wow…….that’s alot to take…..makes my comment earlier seem aloof, unfeeling or something……sorry about that….i should really stop my bad habit of speed-reading and really focus on what’s being said…….among other things

    “we will continue the revolution
    however we can
    and even if we cant stop the bad things
    we gonna carry on with the good we can do from here”

    may 2007 be filled with joy

  33. avatar
    stealthblue | 30 December 2006 at 8:17 am #

    Steve-o,
    Man, you have such a brilliant outlook on life…and I don’t mean to be all “Sycophantic” (as is it the favourite word for suck-ups on this blogge) but I honestly do respect what you do, what you have been through, what you are going to go through, what I have been through, what we all go through, etc. Yes, it has been an interesting year for yours truly as well, but it is all LIFE, final and finally, just life. On that note, I do hope your family is all OK, as well as everyone here on the olde Time Being. I’ll tell you what though, I really don’t think I know of anyone more dynamic and positively inspiring as our good old human egge S. J. Kilbey and I thank God for your very presence as it has given me a great amount of hope and yearning for the future, and a beautiful reflection on the past. As I reflect on my life in comparison to those of the likes of people such as yourself, say, and Dicko Robinson, and Mr. Marty Willson-Piper, Pete K., and Timmy P., I see that we are all so human and real… as we ALL are. But watching and learning from blokes (and blokettes) like you really do something to my soul that is really, utterly indescribable.

    Funny night tonight…I got called at the last minute to go to a show. A band called the Gin Blossoms were playing tonight at a place called Durty Nelly’s in a town called Palatine, IL. Wow, what a Disneyland, Mainsteeet USA kind of suburb!!! Very trippy indeed! I took the Metra out and this bar was right next to the tracks, kind of HOBish and the sound could have been better, but just the same it was pretty a cool set up. It was peculiar in that I had no intentions of going out tonight and my buddy that I play tunez with called me up and said his wife was working there (waitressing) and we could get in for free. I wouldn’t have gone otherwise except for the fact that I saw these guys play many moons ago back in Tempe, AZ, where they are from and where I am from as well(Tucson actually). I guess it just sort of hit me that I should go and support, as I saw them before they bacame “famous”, dropping out of school and the whole works, no doubt improving their lives. Anyway, I was just thinking that I was just so proud that I knew of another quintessential band called the CHURCH that I still follow and adore, and as much as I dug that band the Gin Bosoms, I much would have rather seen YOU on that stage to “Christen” the New Year’s Weekend. Plus, I had the pleasure of meeting a few individuals who might prove themselves to become good friends if not actual musicians to play with…one of those odd, but very significant moments. Glad I got dragged out of the old casa actually.

    Anyway, you know I wish you and the gang the absolute best. Hey, did you read the latest Dicko Robinson letter from his website summing up the last year?? It was heart-warming and I got to see the great video for “Oceans” for the first time. He talked about touring with his new pals The Crunch and I got all butterfly-ey because I actually witnessed that magic. I think you made a great impression on eachother, and it would be awesome to see you two support like that again in the future. “All I know” is that I would have LOVED to be on the road with you fellas…what a freakin hoot.

    Well, I gotz ta go, so I look forward to the next blurt. If you don’t communicate before the year’s end, and the rebirth, know that I always wish you well and thank you from the bottom of my big old sappy heart, and that I cherish the very likes of ya, your family, your experience and the future with you and all of these groovy people.
    Much Love and Respect,
    Benny V.

  34. avatar
    stealthblue | 30 December 2006 at 8:24 am #

    PS-I meant “DOES some thing to my soul…”
    🙂
    hehe, it’s late, I’m buzzed, what can I say!!?

  35. avatar
    kat | 30 December 2006 at 9:55 am #

    amen, sk

    ;/]

  36. avatar
    Daniel 30, 1 | 30 December 2006 at 10:39 am #

    I needed to get away for some time. But now I returned your words still make me want to cry. Don’t know what has happened to me.

  37. avatar
    davem | 30 December 2006 at 11:08 am #

    You’re a beautiful work in progress, SK.
    Thanks for sharing all your highs and lows with us this year. It’s been wonderful. Hope you have a year without loss in ’07.
    Love you more,

    Dave M
    xx

  38. avatar
    (('{~_~}')) | 30 December 2006 at 12:34 pm #

    Syringomyelia, I’d never even heard of it before. I read that it occurs in approximately eight of every 100,000 individuals. The onset is most commonly observed between ages 25 to 40. Rarely, syringomyelia may develop in childhood or late adulthood. Males are affected with the condition more often than females.

    All my love to the twillies. I hope their condition does not cause them too much pain. They are way too young to be going through this.

    2006 was an awful year for me also.

    Steve, I like your new year’s resolution. I should adopt it as my own.

    Love and good health to you, your family and all you time beings.

    2007 awaits.

  39. avatar
    (('{~_~}')) | 30 December 2006 at 12:56 pm #

    Only 2 more days to vote for Zoe, and she’s still at number 2. Noise

  40. avatar
    Andromeda7 | 30 December 2006 at 1:20 pm #

    Thank you. So hard somnetimnes to mind your mind.

    So long 2006, and thanks for all the fish.

  41. avatar
    don joe | 30 December 2006 at 1:28 pm #

    we come back and do it again ad infinitum…….

    yes, 5 seconds silence would answer all questions and render it useless. Until then it’s a tool to be used, don’t fight it as it will only fight back.. learnt that the hard way.

    You’re the boss let it know.

    see you all next year

    ML,
    don joe

  42. avatar
    isolde | 30 December 2006 at 1:40 pm #

    i haven’t known what to say…
    but stealthblue you said it all thank you
    there was one concert banter moment that i remember when marty said to rob d go on have a go – at sk – and rob said no i can’t i love him too much…
    i don’t think i will ever forget that
    thanks for a wonderful year of your writings music and art sk
    i have learnt a lot about love
    in 2007 may the deep you shine with ever greater radiance

  43. avatar
    JJ | 30 December 2006 at 2:56 pm #

    “his brain is squirming like a toad….take a long holiday, let your children play…..into this house we’re born, into this world we’re thrown.” Snippets of lyric, many seemingly disconnected snippets of lyrics swirl in my head no matter what I’m doing.

    Profound observations, Esskay….captured so well, articulated with skill. My sincere best wishes for all who passed in 2006 – the enduring question, what happens when we die? I don’t know, but am on the road to find out. Thanks for taking your wonderful, kaleidoscopic musical caravan out on the hard road this year – made for one of the highlights of mine. Memories I will carry with me, especially the magical melbourne show at the National.

    It may sound trite, but here’s to a better, richer 2007. I try to look forward, oftentimes look back. At least I got the TimeBeing to unfold for daily reading, and new unknown adventures to come.

    Happy New Year to ya, and to yours.

    JJ

  44. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 December 2006 at 4:31 pm #

    thank you sk. you are amazing

  45. avatar
    restaurant mark | 30 December 2006 at 4:32 pm #

    when you start talking about not being able to turn your mind off, i start thinking it’s about me…or at least start relating too much. mine just buzzes…never turns off, hardly ever get to think about just one thing. normally about 5 or 6, minimum. been like that since i was a kid. gets to be a pain. sometimes the pot slows everything down a bit, can focus on the one thought for a while. you know, it’s not that i can’t have focus…i do, it’s just there’s still other images, thoughts, and voices fighting for postsion. even when i do yoga, the whole clear your mind thing for me is really difficult. oh, i can focus on my breathing and all that, but never get that clarity i want. anyway, on to other things…agree with tim on the two studio mind sets. unfortunately…and yes, i fit in with the argumenative group. jay, our quiet, but great guitar player…you met him at the sushi restaurant…he would fall in the getting fucked over category. he’s just not as vocally assertive as me or matt (singer/guitar/keys), so he’s always getting his toes stepped on…and mostly unintentionally…i think…i hope?
    well time to go…feel like i’m going on and on here. hope the twillies and their mom’s health has a smoother time of it this year. and i hope you and the rest of your family have a great and happy new year! take care man.

    mark

  46. avatar
    verdelay | 30 December 2006 at 5:04 pm #

    Memory:

    Back in the school careers office, they take me aside and say:

    You want a career? How about being a voice in somebody’s head? It’s not very lucrative, and it can feel a bit thankless being told to shaddup all the time, but the rewards are…rewarding, if a little nebulous and unquantifiable.

    I lean across the unbridgable generation gap and say Get Stuffed with my teenage sullen silence.

    No, I refuse to tell them, I want to be a BOHEMIAN, just like my old dad wasn’t.

    It’s the same thing says the career councillor (who somehow read my mind. He looks a little like me, actually… in fact…)

    The scene then dissolves like the world itself in the moments before sleep.

    Well, to all the voices here in the Collective Head, denziens of the little white box, I wish you all the very “Best of…”. May the picture on your calendar always be a little intriguing and strange, but don’t wish away the days in the hope of something better to stare at…

    parenthesis
    Grade: C-
    Comments: Harry often tries to grasp the profundity of creation with a lean hand of well-chosen words, but more often than not sounds like a bit of a wanker. Attention seeker. Wishes more people would visit his website, but won’t visit any of theirs or share his toys with the other children. Could do better.
    parenantithesis

  47. avatar
    syrinx | 30 December 2006 at 7:55 pm #

    Before I knew better, I used to, on bad days, lay on the bed, making my surroundings devoid of anything but silence, close my eyes and try to “imagine” utter nothingness. Pure white nothingness for a moment’s peace. And stop my mind.

    Silly, silly girl.

    Your blog really got to me today.

  48. avatar
    davem | 30 December 2006 at 8:09 pm #

    Thanks Di. I am officially the happiest bunny in England now. Overflowing cup etc etc.
    Happy New Year to you too!!!

  49. avatar
    leelinau | 30 December 2006 at 8:13 pm #

    My Wish for You in 2007

    May peace break into your house and may thieves come
    to steal your debts. May the pockets of your jeans become a
    magnet for $100 bills. May love stick to your face like Vaseline and may laughter assault your lips! May your clothes smell of success like smoking tires and may happiness slap you across the face and may your tears be that of joy. May the problems you had forget your home address! In simple words …………

    May 2007 be the best year of your life!

    xo
    ^_^

  50. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 December 2006 at 8:40 pm #

    tell me bout it, me mind is constantly 50 light years ahead of me, me am me own worse enemy…
    Jonny Hollyweird

  51. avatar
    John Garratt | 2 January 2007 at 4:57 pm #

    “fucking stupid mind
    if it could shut down for 5 seconds
    i would understand everything”

    My mind is never operating. And I understand nothing.

    John


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