posted on November 10, 2006 at 7:07 pm

moon still in the sky tho its morning
2 red and green parrots flying manoevres
redshift emitting
new clear day
the clouds having fled
today the c. is going in studio
a beautiful studio
full of nice olde fashioned things
make a little record
not THE record
just a little record
pick marty up at 11
its 6.18 now
yesterday bought a car
drove around a bit last nite
round randwick n bronte
maybe i stumbled into a bargain..?
we’ll see
it has a cd player…
thats important isnt it?
i love listening to music in a car
i hope it never breaks down
cos i dont know my fueline
from my handful of blues….
life continues to open up
i can do anything now
anything i want
but i have to want…
working on a painting
dakini in bondi
my fingers already anticipate playing today
all that time is paying off
you gotta persevere
even clumsy people like me
eventually figure it out
thats all i had
the ability to persevere
a glorious late spring day is blooming
sydney IS a beautiful city
i’d rather spend my time here i guess
but gee
theres some nice parts elsewhere too
switzerland sometimes grazes my thoughts
those people are living it large
fairytail bits n everything
and legal dope n dope
you can go in a pot emporium there
and check the charts
whats # 1 today, squire?
ah, the white widow sir (yeblik strain)
and whats at # 2
that’d be the northern lights
durbin poison
acapulco gold
neils purple heads
bobs indoor/outdoor
san diego chronic
big pick-ups special blende
aliens blonde lebbo hash
and finally
howies surry hills hydro

well i call that civilised
as you know
the junkies get given smack
instead of methadone
this keeps all the crime n desperation out of it
while the unfortunate works his way thru his addiction
but at least they aint breaking into yer car
and most of em have full time jobs
unlike prohibitionist moralistic countries
like most of the rest of us
lovely scenery too
real sound of music stuff if ya want it
a hippy ethos
and live n let live attitude
you could do a lot worse than switzerland, baybee
so sweet to see donald bumsfield get the arse
why waste words on that
pathetic moronic archaic fossilised pea-brain anyway?
i hope yer demo-krats are a bit cooler n bohemian
than those gorillas n gorilla-esses you got now
i ask again
could there have worse people than who ya got now?
here in jolly nsw we gotta sex scandal
oh my my
those naughty overpaid pollies
sordid sick alpha males
good for nothing
but arguing n getting their own wages increased
yes theres the occaisional good ‘un
but ya just look at most of em
the corruption n lechery there on their faces
for all the world to see
powerful yet useless
self-serving just like a petrol pump
feathering their own beery nests
and not
giving a fuck about the people
they supposedly” represent”
i mean you think bumsfield
after all his death n mayhem n lies n bullshit
goes home empty handed
oh no no no
even tho he completely fucked up
getting loadsa people fucking killed
all over the place
you bet the bastard gets a nice lil golden handshake
that’d be worth more
than all of us here make together
he should be bankrupted
and pilloried
people should chuck rotten eggs n tomatoes at ‘im
for all the destruction he has helped facilitate
he should be fuckin’ flogged
one stroke for every iraqi kid who died cos of him
and another lash for every “wmd” that wasnt there
yet this idiot bestrode the world for six years
i ask again
could even i have done a worse job?
fancy giving a total imbecile like that an army…
goodbye donald
i know youll still be in the background
pulling your sick little strings
as usual
manipulating peace into war
ploughshares into swords
bringing money into yer own pocket
when will we learn?
when will we learn?

auroras colouring in some fairies
clock says”tick, tick, tick”
music goes blip blip bonk
birds outside go tweety tweety tweet
the clouds say nothing
passing silently thru the sky
when everyone gets up
we’ll drive somewhere
have a swim n brekky
then 11 to pick up mwp
stop at liquor shop buy some zwac unicum
(hello kevin n. we can buy unicum in bondi!)
then get to studio
hurry up n wait
while boffins fiddle with the mics
n stuff
let the music do the talkin’
ha ha
except for the lyrics, that is
have a good satyrday!
or am i fauning all over you?

53 Responses to “2nd second of forever”

  1. avatar
    davem | 10 November 2006 at 8:29 pm #

    Church in the studio…………yippeee!!!!!!
    Love you more,

    Dave M
    Haven’t had time to read blog yet!!
    Love to you from England!

  2. avatar
    davem | 10 November 2006 at 8:32 pm #

    It’s early Friday evening here. The whole weekends ahead. I’m strumming Day 5, with the F# thingy!
    With The Chrunch all the records are THE record!

  3. avatar
    CAPTAIN BEYOND | 10 November 2006 at 9:02 pm #

    sing me to sleep…let me wake up Monday with a smile on me face, please…

  4. avatar
    Fandorin | 10 November 2006 at 9:14 pm #

    the blog goes bloggbloggblogg…and it’s almost 10pm in central old europe (which is still going well, while the very old and very rotten man who invented old europe is most probably filing some yellow old man’s toenails with a golden file)…just between america and australia.

    a harsh icy wind is blowing through the flat while a blogreader congratulates you to the CD car player. i don’t know how and if i had ever managed to maintain that distant relationship without CDs in the car. actually, i fear i’m wasting a lot of fuel moving a few cart loads of compaqued disques to ‘n fro between Bohemia and Dzhermany. Starfish still the best nocturnal travel album. There’s nothing like the pitching staccato fourth of Destination when you start a journey. When I listened to SF for the first time (i musta been 13), the unidentified discovered bones gave me the creeps, i remember. transports me back to the times of children’s encyclopedia of geology, where you could see a little house on the surface of the earth, the earth cut like a melon, some centimetres underneath the bones of dinosaurs, a little deeper some fossile horse tail plants and and a little deeper the core).
    There’s nothing like the last echo, the decaying chords of HW when you still got some miles to go. ULTC has rarely left the car, too…lovely disputes between the wife and me about the last seconds of Day5. She’s always angry, I think it’s somehow Nabokovian, when the protagonist just leaves the song.
    Well then…good luck, Mr Kilbey.

  5. avatar
    Fina | 10 November 2006 at 9:20 pm #

    “I have spent a long time and have not yet finished, in order to learn this, Govinda; that one can learn nothing. There is, so I beliee, in the essence of everything, something that we cannot call learning. There is, my friend, only a knowledge-that is everywhere, that is Atman, that is in me and you and is every creature, and I am beginning to believe that this knowledge has no worse enemy than the man of knowledge, than learning.” (Siddhartha, Hesse)

    The intellectual world has forced me to swallow and digest only one truth, a truth that Hesse in the mouth of Siddhartha elegantly expresses, “Knowledge has no worse enemy than the man of knowledge, than learning.”

  6. avatar
    stealthblue | 10 November 2006 at 9:23 pm #

    Hiya Steve-
    Congratulations on your vehicular purchase! I hope she treats you well! That is kind of a big deal for you isn’t it?

    Also, good luck in the studio, have a great time! Glad to hear you guys are laying some more stuff down, can’t wait to hear it.

    I am with you on Switzerland. Although I have never been to Switzerland, I have always sort of been attracted to it…just the vibe, ya know? I am down with that kind of a set up, kind of Hollandish in that respect. I would live in Amsterdam in a New York fuckin’ minute. I like your charting for the buds too! Awesome. I would love to try the yeblik strain!

    Yeah, so “We” got rid of Dumbfeld…big deal. Now there is still this big huge fucking mess to try and clean up. I smell a set-up besides. “Alright, the demikrats are in power now…whoopie” It won’t solve itself over night, and how convenient that now after all this shit is going even further downhill, all the expectations are settled on to another assembly of the “bipartisan” government. If you ask me, Republickinz and Demiratz…what is the point? It doesn’t even mean anything anymore. What? How much money you have in the bank? What car you drive? Whether or not you still want a cheap. tax-free maid, but don’t want “illegals” in our good white little country? What kind of “Values” you have? What color your skin is? How much of a closet racist or misogynist you are? What kind of work you do, or don’t do for that matter? What side of the tracks you came from? Blah, blah, blah…
    It makes me sick to see and hear all these “solutions” our gubmet is doing, and where they spend “our tax dollars” instead of utilizing allocated funds on what they say they are going to. So, yeah, it was nice to hear about old dipshit resigning, but now what? What the hell is this other bloke going to do? Is it really all up to one olde fella? Mind you he seems pretty “qualified” but what is he going to actually do? Are “we” still gonna hang old Sodom? What good is that going to do? Yeah, he’s an evil fucker, and yeah he needs to suffer in his mind, but death will not bring back all those people that have lost their lives already. Yeah, let’s REALLY piss of more Arab-rising sects and see some more REAL bloodshed…because we certainly don’t have enough already, right? How many more mornings will I turn on the news to “Today funeral services are being held for Sgt. Pvt. Gen. Bobby Jones at his alma mater JFKennedy High School. He was just 19 and leaves behind a young wife, 3 infant sons, both parents and all grandparents. He was killed by a sniper during and “official cease-fire. He was defending “our way of life” in a war where he didn’t know what the fuck was going on, who the enemies are, and was sent in as an expendable casualty.***Now in the news, Brtiney and “K-Fed” are divorcing due to irreconcilible differences, The Governor of the State of Illinois is being tried for living lavishly on your hard-earned income taxes and getting caught for it, only becasue he shorted an accomplice…” I know, I know…yada yada yada. It is sad though isn’t it? I wish some Bohemians had some real power to do something, I wish I could, and you, and anyone else reading this…just truly change our world. VIVA KILBEYNIA!!!;)

    Anyway, SK, liked the blog today, just like most days I suppose. Thanks for enlightening my cloudy day. I am being melted by flouro lights while my wee little home studio sits and awaits. Gotta wrap this shite up so I can boogie.
    Later, friends,
    Ben V.

  7. avatar
    Anonymous | 10 November 2006 at 9:30 pm #

    Now we have to listen to that idiot rumsfeld be an “expert” commentator on some TV channel telling us what is going wrong now…..sheesh

    ed in florida

  8. avatar
    malenkybit | 10 November 2006 at 9:31 pm #

    A blog that ran the gamut, up and down the scale twice. Why did this blog hit me so? Made me want to live in Swissland, no doubt, made me think of you getting canned out of American govt. for not utilizing our vast abilities to destroy, ya gotta destroy, big bucks in it, think of the people who would go unemployed if they weren’t carefully, delicately constructing death demz factories… but yeah, a switch in parties, a glimmer of hope, finally a message to the world, that should have been sent in 2004 but our Usurper was allowed to keep his throne. Much love to you Steve, much love to all of you. Glad having you all exist in my days.

  9. avatar
    Anonymous | 10 November 2006 at 9:32 pm #

    Fina – I love Siddhartha! Excellent writing…

    SK – What you said about perseverence is very true. My favorite artists aren’t neccesarily the ones that can do it the easiest but the ones that fight to stick to it and develope something unique.


  10. avatar
    davem | 10 November 2006 at 9:34 pm #

    Not sure about the flogging, but I loved the rotten eggs and toms idea!!
    Being out of the limelight will be enough of a punishment for the old bastard.
    Blair’s time is coming soon. I wish Brown hadn’t towed the party line so easily. I believe that deep-down he’s a top bloke….until that corrupting power thang blinded him.
    It’s going to be fascinating to have a blog insight into a Chrunch recording sess.
    Less than 2 weeks ’til Nov 22nd.

  11. avatar
    fergal | 10 November 2006 at 10:11 pm #

    i look forward to hearing in the future the spacey fruits of your labours of otday, sk & co!

  12. avatar
    Anonymous | 10 November 2006 at 10:35 pm #

    Thanks for making my weekend start on a happy note today sk, the Church in the studio sounds so exciting, can’t wait!! (hope it doesnt take 2 years to release though like the other one, ha ha).
    And a new car for the Kilbeys, good luck, you know you’re officially the taxi driver for the girls now!!! ha ha
    Be careful on those roads though, my car was smashed in the back last week and I wasn’t even on the road or even in the bloody car!!! A learner driver decided to practise her parking skills in the supermarket carpark and instead of reversing, accelerated…ahhhhh So there you go, just be careful out there ok.

    Love always,

  13. avatar
    damien | 10 November 2006 at 10:54 pm #

    Sounds like you have an interesting day ahead, Steve. What could be better than jamming with your mates?

    Glad to hear you got yourself a car too. Makes life a whole lot easier. Just promise me you won’t put one of those “Magic Happens” stickers on the back window!

  14. avatar
    damien | 10 November 2006 at 10:55 pm #

    Sounds like you have an interesting day ahead, Steve. What could be better than jamming with your mates?

    Glad to hear you got yourself a car too. Makes life a whole lot easier. Just promise me you won’t put one of those “Magic Happens” stickers on the back window!

  15. avatar
    damien | 10 November 2006 at 10:55 pm #

    Sounds like you have an interesting day ahead, Steve. What could be better than jamming with your mates?

    Glad to hear you got yourself a car too. Makes life a whole lot easier. Just promise me you won’t put one of those “Magic Happens” stickers on the back window!

  16. avatar
    Anonymous | 10 November 2006 at 10:57 pm #

    Sorry about that triple post. See what happens when you make cynical remarks about magic?

  17. avatar
    veleska1970 | 10 November 2006 at 10:58 pm #

    have fun with your new car. i love cruising with music playing, too. nothing like driving around on a lazy afternoon with the radio cranked up.

    so….a new “little” album, yes? can’t wait to hear it. **rubbing my hands together** goody!! 🙂

    thanks for the saturday wishes~~eh…i have to work saturday, but i’ll try to have a good sunday. it’ll be my only day off for the next 2 1/2 weeks.

    lotza love…

  18. avatar
    fly | 10 November 2006 at 11:05 pm #

    Ste ste ste ste (ward)
    “No more war pigs of the power”
    . . . daah daank (Iommi)
    “Hand of God has struck the hour”
    . . . daah daank

  19. avatar
    Anonymous | 10 November 2006 at 11:39 pm #

    dear sk
    my daughter
    julia, 8
    loves fairies too
    she and her
    friend build
    fairie houses
    out of twigs
    leaves and
    other natural
    laura, 10
    leaves them
    magical notes
    left by the
    faires and an
    enchanted time
    is had by all
    would be fun
    to have
    a & e over
    to play
    you too

    the thought
    of you rockin
    in your new car
    picking up mwp
    to go record
    new music
    makes me

  20. avatar
    Anonymous | 10 November 2006 at 11:46 pm #

    I thought of the pair of broken shades lying on the tarmac…

    Had to think about it for a minute.

    On the Edge of Time,

  21. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 November 2006 at 12:10 am #

    Mr. Kilby,

    Does it occur to you that a particular person you have been in close contact with for years is not really who you think she is?? Or does that matter?? Would you prefer to live in a world where nothing is real but only what it seems? What a cop out and waste of a life. Your mother would be ashamed of you.

  22. avatar
    Cita | 11 November 2006 at 12:36 am #

    perseverence holds hands with the detachment idea
    the simplest wisdom is often the hardest to practise
    fun and frolics in the studio
    serious intent and laughter
    have a wonderful saturday

  23. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 November 2006 at 12:46 am #

    Oui, chez Suisse drugs are a funny thing…if you’re not conspicuous it’s not a huge issue. I found it a most beautiful country and well, rather boring in an eerie sort of way. I must say that they care a great deal for addicts who want to skip the habbit. I know what you mean by a suit with a habbit- I nearly stayed there for a great looking business man. You have to understand he was a very cool sort who loved a powdery substance- could have been his income for all I know.

    I’m expecting Barack and Hillary to announce any day now that they both have their eyes on the prize. Just think- Nancy Pelosi would be Leader of the Free World if something happened to those two idjits ‘above’ her. A mother of five! I’m dearly embarrassed some people put tweedle dee and dummie in office; I sure didn’t. Of course you know Dianne Feinstein, Pelosi, Barabra Boxer, Lynne Woolsey are much cooler than the current dimwits running the joint. Damn if Bush won’t veto every item from here on out… OK OK I like a couple of Guy officals… Barack is fine, Gavin Newsome is finer but he won’t run for mayor of SF again.

    Aurora’s adorable. I said more in those two words than all of the above.

  24. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 November 2006 at 12:52 am #

    I just had a vision of you (sk) and david hassleholf in a trans am…going to pick up MWP.

    “Yes I need Help”

    Broomm Brrooomm..(beep beep)

    Gd on ya N Yeblik.

  25. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 November 2006 at 1:10 am #

    Zwack Unicum. Hungary’s national drink I gotta get me some o that. A good n nice medicinal buzz I hear…

  26. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 November 2006 at 1:29 am #

    “Don’t worry. It’s herbal!”


  27. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 November 2006 at 1:47 am #

    Wonderful blogge as usual. I hope you enjoy your new wheels!

    I can’t tell you how happy it makes me to imagine The Chrchu back in the studio. Oh, the anticipation.

    I shudder to think of the major change in my life that may be coming in just 12 days. Please say the rumours are not true…

    Love as always and may your muse continually visit you.

  28. avatar
    Melquiades | 11 November 2006 at 1:52 am #

    weave your aural tapestry in the studio, man.
    Might there be some lyres involved in this recording?

    And I don’t mean Rumsbled

    I want to take this time to
    say by reading your
    daily journal of myth and literal play-by-play
    I see, and I agree with
    your comment on this entry.
    You have perseverance – and lots of it.

    like clockwork almost
    or ritual
    you wake to the morning sunrise
    and let us into – you.
    And I see your discipline
    it’s inspiring Mr. K

    Rock on!

  29. avatar
    Melquiades | 11 November 2006 at 1:53 am #

    weave your aural tapestry in the studio, man.
    Might there be some lyres involved in this recording?

    And I don’t mean Rumsbled

    I want to take this time to
    say by reading your
    daily journal of myth and literal play-by-play
    I see, and I agree with
    your comment on this entry.
    You have perseverance – and lots of it.

    like clockwork almost
    or ritual
    you wake to the morning sunrise
    and let us into – you.
    And I see your discipline
    it’s inspiring Mr. K

    Rock on!

  30. avatar
    Fina | 11 November 2006 at 2:09 am #

    third trial-other two just disappeared.
    Dear anonymous blogger, why would you chide il nosto carissiomo amico for “… living in a world where nothing is real but only what is seems”? Has history not taught us that in fact there is no one truth, and that oftentimes what seems real in fact is not, and appearance is veiled truth. Let us learn a lesson or two from the great English master who allows prince Hamlet to learn this tragic lesson in life-often what seems real in fact is not. Truth is revealed by the ghost(AN APPEARANCE), characters often say what they don’t mean, and prince Hamlet uses “the play within the play” to further unveil the truth. Thus, I ask you blogger, why would you assume that what you perceive as “real” in fact is real? Why would you impose your definition of “real” on our carissimo amico,or on anyone else for that matter? While I do not know the particularities of your concern,let us avoid using such words “real” “seems” “truth” lightly.

  31. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 November 2006 at 2:21 am #

    zis blogge makes me want to pee in zee new car …….

  32. avatar
    Tony Pucci | 11 November 2006 at 2:58 am #

    let the music take you to a timeless place
    extend, become, vibrate

  33. avatar
    sue cee | 11 November 2006 at 3:11 am #

    Why cant they use subliminal messaging to put some real important messages across like ‘love and understand thy neighbour’?

    Rather than ‘buy Coca Cola’. Yeah, I know, greedy moneymongers. But what if?

  34. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 November 2006 at 4:19 am #

    will the record be out by chrissiemas?

  35. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 November 2006 at 5:23 am #

    POLITICS IS A DEAD FORMAT. It will be replaced by something more spiritual, perhaps in our children’s lifetimes but I don’t have kids. Yes, Democrats are silly and useless but Republicans are evil fuckwits bent on conversion. So I vote Democratic as a lesser evil but shouldn’t we do better than a lesser evil?? For the moment I’m elated just to see Bush backed into a shrinking corner.

    If I focused on politics I would go mad and kill people. So I focus instead on music and art and therefore go mad slower and only fantasize about killing people. This makes me enlightened!

  36. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 November 2006 at 5:24 am #

    I wrote that comment and there’s nothing anonymous about me.

  37. avatar
    Belfrank | 11 November 2006 at 6:58 am #

    New car SK – funny that – guess what we’re buying tomorrow? Yep – same & it has to have a link for yer i-pod so you can leave the CDs at home.
    So the singer still gets all the royalties and poor MWP has to thumb a ride to the studio.
    Give em all my love.
    Bumsmelt was a sacrifice to save Dubya having to explain why Britney left K-Fed – why would you wanna be married to a guy who’s name sounds like a cough syrup?

    Off to me bed sir.

    Funny how the comments seem to spawn lots of little blogs within THE blog.

    A bientot mon ami

    PS – I got a Biosphere gig in Rotterdam from 2 days ago on CD for you – now that’s different

  38. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 November 2006 at 7:05 am #

    Would the person who put that crap message about SK not living in the real world at least give give the man the dignity of spelling his name correctly while insulting him.
    Its KilbEy you fool


  39. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 November 2006 at 7:11 am #

    I’ve always wanted to try hydro.

  40. avatar
    Glen Sherman | 11 November 2006 at 8:35 am #

    It’s so cool that you are free to speak your mind and say whatever you want, whenever you want. I wish I had that, too. THANK YOU for being willing to share with us your spontaneous thoughts. And thank you for some of the finest music and moments I’ve ever experienced. Thank you for LOST. Thank you for THE DEAD MAN’S DREAM. Thank you for LOUISIANA. Thank you for IT COULD BE ANYONE. Thank you for ANGELICA. Thank you, Bradley J. from WBCN in Boston, for turning me on to THE CHURCH.

    Steve, you fucking rule!

    Your ardent admirer and Church faithful,


  41. avatar
    scott | 11 November 2006 at 8:43 am #

    Rumsfeld….good riddance ya freakish pigfucker….now that leaves John Wayne and his buddy – the lousy shot.

    Welcome to the wonderful world of auto ownership. Here’s how the automobile thing currently works in tha states….ya buy a car/truck/suv, the bigger tha better….then ya buy a cell phone, the smaller tha better. To prove to friends, family, n complete strangers that you can multitask…start callin em all as soon as yer key turns the cars ignition….let the lousy n dangerous drivin begin. But what about headsets…do they really work…and who fuckin needs em, right? Todays cars only require one hand on tha wheel…besides, do ya need to use both feet on tha pedals…nah, just kick off yer shoes and place both feet on the dash cause ya got cruise on tha titanic…cruise control, ahh, what an option. Glad to hear that ya got a ride…n heres hopin that theres some grey matter stuck between the ears of most aussie drivers.

  42. avatar
    Glen Sherman | 11 November 2006 at 9:05 am #

    Btw…what sort of motor is good enough to provide carriage for our beloved Mr. K.? (ergo, how ’bout a pic of the Steve and the new wheels, eh?)

  43. avatar
    Melquiades | 11 November 2006 at 10:00 am #

    I also forgot to mention
    the perseverance is in – what seems
    all that you do.

  44. avatar
    thorsten wilhelm | 11 November 2006 at 12:57 pm #

    I came to australia……… and i will urinate!!

  45. avatar
    don joe | 11 November 2006 at 1:13 pm #

    well thx for the well wishes…was outta the house b 4 u wrote it and 18 hrs later i have returned from work to start again in 7….so a little lacking in…….hmm.
    great news on the recording, good luck with the car, love your family and your life (that goes for all you who read this blog too!:).. Perseverence, yeah thanks for the reminder as I listen to ‘Lost’… moving forward seems to be the only thing to do. And you’re not fauning over us but thx for the concern!

    don joe

  46. avatar
    restaurant mark | 11 November 2006 at 2:50 pm #

    you can do the fauning…it’s alright baby. hope you guys have a great day in the studio…recording today myself. congrats on the new car! love driving and listening to music…enjoy! agree with all of your bumsfield statements. so glad the democrats took over congress. crooked ones of them too, but at least i like their overall we don’t want to blow everyone up agenda. and no, i don’t think we could’ve had a worse administration than the one we’ve had, and i guess for two more years, still have. make no mistake about it, had the republicans won the election tuesday rummy would still have a job. bush woke up wednesday and said alrighty we’ve gotta do something to make us look better…ok rummy you’re fired…still getting paid, but fired. anyway, maybe things can start to move in a different direction. i don’t think we’ll ever see a president try to do preemptive war again (how does that even make sense?…a war to prevent a war). tried his little experiment…it failed…still failing. but enough of my rant…have a kick ass day steve!

  47. avatar
    restaurant mark | 11 November 2006 at 2:54 pm #

    oh, by the way…the herbal menu top 10 you listed, yes…i’ll have one of each please!

  48. avatar
    eek | 11 November 2006 at 3:02 pm #

    A little record from the Church — yay!! I’ll look forward to that.

    Yep, I consider a cd player required equipment in a car. I can put up with a lot of shit from other drivers if I have the music I want to hear playing. As far as car breakdowns/repairs go, I always figure all I really need to know is the phone number of a reasonably good and reasonably honest mechanic. So far it’s worked for me.

    As for politicians — I know that the new people voted in this week aren’t going to turn everything around and solve all the problems, but damn, I do love the sound of right wing war-mongers whining and crying. Even if it only lasts a little while it is a sweet, sweet sound. 🙂

  49. avatar
    mandn | 11 November 2006 at 3:07 pm #

    did someone ask for Randy Faun Orpheus?
    at your service, so to speak.

    for your aural pleasure and inner eye
    massage that karma and and hop on the peace train

    I picked up some Church on vinyl the other day.
    Heyday to be exact. Been looking for that one for YEARS.

    Scott Walker on the turntable now. Givin’ it a listen.
    Still on a high from Bowie the other night
    and now the hint of somthing new from the boys
    I’m floating.

    as for the elections and Bumsfeld stepping down,
    you cannot imagine how different it feels in this
    country already. A very dark and heavy cloud
    has been lifted. But with the “promise” not
    to impeach on the table, I can honestly say
    I hope it’s one promise that gets broken.


  50. avatar
    Anonymous | 12 November 2006 at 3:26 pm #

    friends make shake of hands

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    John Garratt | 14 November 2006 at 2:42 pm #

    “i hope it never breaks down
    cos i dont know my fueline
    from my handful of blues….”

    If it helps, me neither.


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