posted on August 10, 2010 at 7:08 pm

piano forte ad astra nauseam

rainy rainy day here

wherever here is

its all an illusion

we are all interconnected

we perceive all this difference

maybe thats all bullshit

why listen to me

i got my ulterior motives i got my agenda

i got my whispering voices

i got my fears my prejudices my unreason

i got my nescience

i travel through time

i travel through space to my celestial sanctum

its a beautiful cathedral

no its a moonlit night in the arcadian forest

see the satyrs dancing on cloven hooves

see the dryads boogaloo as they leave their trees……

no, my sanctum  is a hindu temple carved in sanskrit aphorisms

i worship the great god vishnu lord of this universe…..

no it is a gentle garden where i walk with christ

oh what a profoundly beautiful evening

oh my jesus what a lovely cat….

the 21st century intrudes

i am a white bearded poet tapping on a computer keyboard

life slips away in drips n drabs

credits n debits appear on my screen

yama somewhere making his calculation

st peter at the pearly gates snorts in derision

kilbey ….? you gotta be joking….

hades doesnt even look up as i arrive…

he stamps my passport and looks at my visa under his ultra violet doo dah

out in the street a car beep beep beeps

a kid yells out in the house next door

my script lies open at page 47 which is still unsigned

in my bedroom with my clothes lying all around

my black jeans my black shirt my black undies

frankincense burns warding off them old evil spirits

everything happ’ning on these levels :







and a load of others i cant even imagine right now

all energy comes from the sun

i before e except after c

verbs are conjugated

nouns form declensions

an oblong n a rectangle are the same thing

there are 7 types of ambiguity

a bass guitar is tuned E A D G

gouache is a kinda opaque watercolour

pat benatar said love is a battlefield

george harrison said i’d have you anytime

lou reed said heroin…its my life n its my wife

mel gibson said @#%$$$#$**&^%% n who can blame him…?

my mother once said  serves you right you bloody pig (after i ate too many cherries)

the clock said tick tock tick but never tock

the rain keeps a’fallin’

my play remains unlearnt

i cant concentrate with all these thoughts fallin’ like rain

with all this rain fallin’ like thoughts

glad i gotta roof over my head

glad i gotta head over my brain

glad i gotta brain in which to house my rolls royce mind

glad my rolls royce mind can dream up all this but wont/cant remember a few simple lines

glad i got kip n johnny c on my side in texas

fuck it i remember the alamo

n i remember thermopylae as well

i remember carthage too like i was there only yesterday

i had a carthaginian wife and those roman bastards killed all of us

i remember rome too we played there in 1986 didnt we

we drank red wine n ate prima vera con funghi n ploogy made everyone laugh

i met an italian girl n it was like she was out of the decameron or something

but the air assaulted me with its memories and i remembered other voices

cars slosh thru the rainy streets

the kids are watching tv

a toilet flushes

a light comes on

a fridge switches off

a plane flies overhead

my digestive juices do their gig semi autonomously

2 absolute fuckwits are vying for the job of aussie prime minister

one is an ugly awkward woman with a stupid accent

she dont believe in nothing except getting re-elected

shes got as much charisma as an used band aid

the other one is a silly little git whose a bit of a religious ratbag

hes a cocky little sod n heaven help us if he gets in

i cant stand either one n i wish theyd give me the fuckin’ job

at least i can play bass guitar and know what an oblong is

i’m prettier than her too with my lovely jawline

and i can speak english much better than both of em

he’s pretty fit for a politician but he didnt write utmw did he?

sure i had my chequered past but now i am re-formed, aint i?

still the rain falls n falls

i just ate some banana bread

i got a bit of a sniffle

i got a bit of a headache too from squinting at this friggin’ computah

you got your  troubles i got mine

i had some sour cream in my chili tonite so i’m a useless vegan

i’m going in for my second bout with the vine on thursday night

yeah thats ayahuasca to you smart ass…google it if you dunno what it is

i got some energetic block n i cant move forward

a good friend suggested i get back in the ring with the vine thing

i know i gotta vomit all night

i know i gotta shake n sweat n shudder n moan

i gotta get this all out in the open

the vine aint no drug it aint no kick it aint no re-creational malarkey

the vine is the power n the glory n i know its gonna set me straight

its like goin’ to the dentist

my fucking psyche needs a route canal, pal

i gotta swallow that suite medicine , man

i gotta get rid of all this bile, childe

but tonite its rain rain rain

the arse end of winter

cold in the pool

hot in the sauna

no billy today or his streetwise sagacious advice

for breakfast poached pear n rhubarb n muesli n soy hot chocky

coated my dry skin in shea butter …go on google that too

its from afrika you know

it 7 now n its dark n rainy

should get back to trying to force that play into my head

2morro i got rehearse n dont wanna let the side down

i bet everyone else knows their part by heart

ok i better stop now

get it together despite this inclement weather

aloha then

thats it……..

63 Responses to “over seer”

  1. avatar
    thedean | 10 August 2010 at 8:23 pm #

    “Abbott the mad monk”, that makes me laugh

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    hellbound heart | 10 August 2010 at 9:07 pm #

    re: ayahuasca……please be careful, my friend…ok? hope you find what you seek on your journey with the vine but i hope it’s not a one-way ticket….
    shea butter? love it!!

    love always……

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    princey | 10 August 2010 at 9:23 pm #

    Be careful with that vine detox sk, I want you here (alive’n’kicking) in September, OK!!!

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    snowqueen | 10 August 2010 at 9:31 pm #

    SK for PM !!

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    darling baby pie | 10 August 2010 at 9:32 pm #

    Dear Peoples Poet… I have been down at the pub wiv Skeet. what’s Nescience? you are confusing the baby pie…

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    redgrevillea | 10 August 2010 at 10:02 pm #

    nice words, steve

    john lennon said grow old along with me..

    agree about the political stuff. i’ve switched off from it as it depresses me. i’ll vote greens for house of reps and senate (preferences go to broccoli and the celery stalk). peter garret’s my rep – you probably know him! you got malc the talc (i think?!)

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    andy | 10 August 2010 at 10:11 pm #

    not that bloody spew-inducing stuff again!
    your’e brave or bonkers or both……

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    Richard | 10 August 2010 at 10:31 pm #

    it’s so long since I’ve experienced cold, dark and rainy
    though I remember how special it could make warm and dry feel

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    Shoffy | 10 August 2010 at 10:33 pm #

    Steve, if we made you PM, would “The Church” be running the country? What would the atheists do?

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    BROKEN TOYS AND HEROS | 10 August 2010 at 11:32 pm #

    Politics and the spawn from them attempt to convince the masses that their vision is what we have been wanting, waiting, longing for, because we are voiceless and senseless, useless unless we are led by these dolts. I know very little of politics in Aussie, but here in the states-only filth and dirty deeds (done dirt cheap ???) are the weapons of choice as the real issues of poverty, employment, prosperity are shoved aside. Negative campaign adds fill the media front as our senses are attacked with the foil of others. Truth and democracy are set aside for corruption and blame. Big Heads with bigger pockets pull the strings of puppets in smart expensive suits tell us what is right from left. our childrens generation depends on the choices we make today. GOD HELP US ALL !!!!
    SK-do what makes u feel good-u need harmony to continue your path, your mark on this universe is far from completed.

    As always,
    BrokenToysAnd Heros

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    tendraftsdeep | 10 August 2010 at 11:57 pm #


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    robertmadore | 11 August 2010 at 12:48 am #

    Good luck with the ayahuasca. That’ll break down the gate. And hopefully break open that blockage.

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    Tanya | 11 August 2010 at 1:46 am #

    Love that! I think the last time I heard the word boogaloo was in a Ringo Starr song. Texas – just moved here from North CA – Too damn many bugs (all of them vicious & biting) & too damn much humidity. But,the people here are friendly & still have manners. The Alamo, historical site, smack dab in the middle of downtown San Antonio, surrounded by gift shops, hotels & over priced parking lots. Modern world crowding out the past… Anyway, keep up your whimsical, sobering, stimulating, educational, & amusing writing!

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      edd | 11 August 2010 at 12:46 pm #

      Love and miss S.A.. It is a great and mellow town. Too bad you missed out on Taco Land. Cool little punk club. When you get bored there is always Austin…..

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    Kristine | 11 August 2010 at 1:55 am #

    Call me a straight, but shouldn’t a truly good friend with your best interests at heart be suggesting yoga and meditation and things that won’t potentially harm you rather than ayahuasca? It’s still a drug and its effects are only gonna be short term anyway and to suffer so violently and physically for some revelation that may or may not come – Sting did it to break through an emotional barrier, but you’re an open guy already and don’t need any help creatively either as far as I can see. The vine isn’t gonna give you anything you don’t already have inside you.

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    Freddie | 11 August 2010 at 2:30 am #

    I’m sure you’ll learn that play just in the nick of time.
    You probably work best under pressure.

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    Name | 11 August 2010 at 2:56 am #

    thanks; didn’t know… googled. here’s with pictures and everything — even tourism!

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    Ron Bonham | 11 August 2010 at 3:20 am #

    Ohh, purging soon are you? Never had an Ayahuasca trip and not sure I’d want to. Read all about it online and am sure I have quite a lot of those wispy snakes of bad mojo that are bound to come up deep in the well of my soul. Hope you can shake what has been clouding your mind, body and spirit.

  18. avatar
    not attacking. concerned | 11 August 2010 at 5:44 am #

    Enlightenment through vomit.

    Damn it, you aren’t going to find it there, man.

    Why? Why do you insist on believing all these damned charlatans?

    I wish you’d pick better friends. Some of your friends are indeed wonderful, but many — often ones that seem to have the most sway over you — are not. They are using you. Why don’t you listen to the people who are always, ALWAYS there for you? How can you be so gullible? How can you be so blind?

    I didn’t write this to attack you, I really didn’t. Quite the opposite. I care deeply for you and don’t want to hurt you ever. Sometimes I fear for you though, and this is one of those times. I have a strong feeling of dread about this. Please, please reconsider.

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      thetimebeing | 11 August 2010 at 8:26 am #

      thanks for yer concern

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        BROKEN TOYS AND HEROS | 11 August 2010 at 9:47 am #

        I agree with “not attacking.concerned” to a point. I believe that you have been to the edge and back more times that u want to remember or count. Yes, u do get some odd suggestions and advice on ur blog over the years but i have full trust in u as the man who truly is in control of his life, health, family, and destiny. i believe u toss out some ideas to the masses to see what sticks or what comes back like a bloody boomer rang. I can never see you being catagorized as “gullible or blind”. You are just way to grounded now to go that far off the path. Kiss the family, hold them tight…they’re love is what powers u now into the unknown.

        As Always,

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    cazziem | 11 August 2010 at 5:55 am #

    Problem here Sire is that you are more accustomed to being the author than then narrator, but try mnemonics. I reckon with your creative mind not only will it help, but it might actually put some thoughts and visions in your head that could end up in the future becoming art, prose or music that is completely Kilbey!!!

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    veleska1970 | 11 August 2010 at 8:59 am #

    i read up on the ayahuasca. sounds intense. just be careful, ok?

    lotza love.

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    bvstealthblue | 11 August 2010 at 9:22 am #

    Sounds groovy…kinda like Peyote, no? Either way, I hope it’s a good trip and does what you want it too. I’d actually like to try Peyote…I think I could use a good journey. I know people “who know people who know people” back home (Arizona), so maybe one day. Anyway, I trust you know what you’re doin’, but just the same, please be careful…but enjoy. 🙂 Lots o’ Peace and Love…

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      princey | 11 August 2010 at 11:12 am #

      Haha, I love the pic of Cousin It, I used to love that show!! 🙂

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        bvstealthblue | 12 August 2010 at 5:01 am #

        Ha-Ha! Thanks, Princey! Yeah, good ol’ Cousin Itt, he rocks!! The Addams family is hysterical, loved the Munsters too! Actually, I don’t look too much different than Cousin Itt at the moment, so it seemed like a good “avatar”! I’m pretty much in need of a good grooming I reckon. 🙂

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      BROKEN TOYS AND HEROS | 11 August 2010 at 11:16 pm #

      Hey Ben…
      when u get a chance, drop me an email and let me know how things are with u and ur bride. how was the trip to Poland? my back and c-spine have been acting up really bad-going to another pain specialist again-pain has become pretty intense again over the past couple months.
      Talk soon,
      Darrin K.

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    RealFriend | 11 August 2010 at 9:31 am #

    Don’t look for any more pats on the back for being straight once you’re done with the puking and crapping yourself SK. Hope you come to your senses before you enter this primitive and vile ritual.

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    Name | 11 August 2010 at 9:57 am #

    tape record the lines directly before yours; with pauses to insert/read your own in btwn the pauses. the que of hearing what comes before prompts better semblance of order and your memory picks up in response better.

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    marcsonic | 11 August 2010 at 10:54 am #

    Ayahuasca is not as dangerous as some of you seem to think. It’s been used for thousands of years in Peru, for example. It’s even part of their creation myths, for godz sake. If Steve has a good guide, it should be fine. Let the man have his visions.

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      RealFriend | 11 August 2010 at 1:34 pm #

      If it’s not dangerous – then why would you need a good guide. SK is one of the best – but this can only be a setback to his sobriety. Plus – how can anything that has such violent and unpleasant side effects be good for you in essence?

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    edd | 11 August 2010 at 12:54 pm #

    You said you’d been there before, Right Steve? You have an idea of what to expect. I’m guessing if Steve didn’t like it the first time he wouldn’t be doing it again. Personally, I don’t think I need psycedelics(sp?). I have natural neurosees to keep me warm.

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    michael | 11 August 2010 at 1:07 pm #

    In 2004 I spent sometime at the Tambopata Research Center in Peru, I’m an ecologist…further up river is Posada Amazonas near the town of Puerto Maldonado at the frontier edge of the Amazon. Here I befriended a bunch of guys, a tour guide, a ranger and a naturalist. The naturalist keke, took me to see the hospital, a shamen’s village and botanical garden on the banks of the Tambopata River. There were many westerners being treated: cancer patients, drug and alocohol addicts, AIDS suffers etc That evening I shared a beer with the 3 guys who encouraged me to experience Ayahuasca. These were tough fit dudes – the tour guide a young englishmen, a seeker told me it brought him closer to God; Ruben the ranger and the strong silent type looked me straight in the eyes and said he no longer feared death. Keke said it had made him strong (which i took as meaning confident). I had recorded several plants being used at the hosiptal by the shamen in my field notes, and believe at least 2 or 3 species were prepared and consumed as part of the ritual. Having botanical knowledge fear took over, as I knew a couple of plants from the same genus in Australia were used for similar purposes by indigenous people,one being a plant from the genus Psychotria which I think was to be used as part of the ritual. We have two species here on the Sunshine coast in Aus, but my message here is that they are very dangerous, if you do not know how the preparation and dosage is organised don’t touch – you will possibly die, or at least become very damaged if you try them without this knowledge. Time, money, fear, responsibility and other western constructs stopped me pursuing the experience – if I return I would not pass the opportunity again. These people have more experience of managing and using this plant than anything in my medicine cabinet! So having seen part of the plants story first hand my only advice to someone (if they asked – and you didn’t) would be do your research (which you have) and be sure your guide has knowledge and expertise – but by the look of the archives you have already been there once? I have heard this has become a recreational drug in parts of europe with the usual terrible side effects, I think there were people being treated for that there as well! Peace to you on your journey.

    Oh and thanks to you for signing your solo CD for me in Sydney (nearly two years ago), we didn’t meet but someone from the venue/merch table organised it backstage.

  27. avatar
    ethereal butterfly | 11 August 2010 at 2:16 pm #

    What is inside is already brilliant.

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    Donna | 11 August 2010 at 2:51 pm #

    Hi Steve…just checking up on you. I’m with the others on this one…the vine sounds potentially harmful. Have you seen any proof that it’ll help you? I’ve been inspired by your swimming-yoga-vegan diet routine. The benefits to your health are obvious. As for creativity – you don’t seem blocked to me.

    And – what do you have against religious ratbags, huh? 😉

    Good luck with everything – your play especially. Be good! Lotsa love…

  29. avatar
    ASSMIDGET | 11 August 2010 at 6:04 pm #

    I’d love to hear you and Mel Gibson collaborate on something. He has a pretty articulate rant. Pure Death Metal though. I bet my life it would be a hit.

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    eekie | 11 August 2010 at 7:57 pm #

    “mel gibson said @#%$$$#$**&^%% n who can blame him…?”

    Hmm… anyone who doesn’t like fucking jerks?

    • Kraig
      Cosmos | 18 August 2010 at 7:22 am #

      It’s really screwed up what Mel Gibson said…have you or Steve ever TRULY or ACTUALLY hear what he said…just youtube it. REALLY REALLY MESSED UP! I wonder if it’s really him, but damn that dude needs to take “Anger Management Classes” severely!

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    isolde | 11 August 2010 at 9:03 pm #

    good luck with your mission

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    marcsonic | 11 August 2010 at 10:53 pm #

    Of course someone who ventures into these waters should know what they are doing. Those who treat it as a ritual, a re-creation rather than a recreation could perhaps greatly benefit.
    For any of you who might be interested in what this “primitive” drug might have to offer, I recommend the book “Sacred Vine of Spirits: Ayahuasca”, edited my Ralph Metzner, Ph.D., though I’m sure there are other good books on it.

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    Freddie | 11 August 2010 at 11:40 pm #

    It’d do about as much good as a hard whack in the head with a baseball bat, both might kill a few brain cells (the bat probably less of em) but at least the whack in the head with the bat wouldn’t damage his liver. It might get him out of his misery for awhile too! :^)

    But you’re gonna do it (or have done it) anyway so good luck. I hope it is more than you ever imagined it could be but then you been there before haven’t you.

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    haaz | 12 August 2010 at 12:02 am #

    Aye, Thermopylae, what a battle! Changed the world some ‘ow, so it seems. Who knows, if the huge Persian army had swept through past the, or if the Spartans hadn’t decided to take it easy when the big fight was rolling near… dunno what effect that would’ve had actually. The Hellenes still won. So Herodotus says, and you know you can trust Herodotus. (He lies! He lies!)

    can’t remember if it was you or Andrew Eldritch (oouh, The Sisters of Mercy, spoooooky) who said that people don’t read Herodotus or Homer to their children anymore. So I tried it one night, picking the better bits of the Illiad, or the more interesting sections of Herodotus’s Histories, reading them to my seven-year-old daughter. and you know, she loved it! The bits where Odysseus outwitted and then outstomped the suitors went over well, and she listened with glee and horror as Polyphemus smashed and later got gouged… it wasn’t just the most violent bits that she latched onto, though. Her eyes sparkled when Athena made an appearance, and she loved hearing Odysseus’s clever moves and shrewd steps. Only hope she learned something other than the gory value of gouging out a cyclopian eyeball!

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    DavidP | 12 August 2010 at 12:25 am #

    i’m not sure whether or not ayahuasca is considered a psychedelic, either way i think meditation is better but each to his own

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    Belfrank | 12 August 2010 at 12:45 am #

    SK – you know I care about you alot as a friend – this vine idea concerns me, but I have never been one to judge or tell you what to do.
    Micahel seems to know what he’s talking about and has outlined the potential risks. You did it before – did it really help?
    Please question yourself again and again before you commit to something so potentially risky.
    Not seen any signs of creative block in you on here either.
    Take great care of yourself whatever you do – you mean alot to many of us and your family.

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    eekie | 12 August 2010 at 8:39 am #

    I have to admit I’m a bit wigged out about the ayahuasca, and I’m not entirely sure why. I mean, you’ve pretty much been there, done than in terms of drug use, and you’ve used this stuff before too, so it’s not as if you are exactly virginal or anything. So you certainly should know what you are getting into…yet I’m very uneasy about this. I even went back and read through the entries from the time you did this before — both to remember what you wrote before and also to see what my comment was. I found I didn’t make a comment on either entry…which means I was pretty wigged out about it then too, because I always want to get my two cents in!

    One thing that makes me uneasy is the physical stress you will be under and the potential for problems. Yes, I know most adherents claim there are few problems with ayahuasca (one site I checked out even claimed there were NO bad experiences with it — that pretty much killed that site’s credibility with me), but most of the sites that pop up first are very heavily pro ayahuasca, so I can’t completely trust them. One thing that did pop out at me on the sites that did post warnings is that people with heart issues should be extra careful, and perhaps not partake at all. I can’t help but think about the seizure and heart scare (rhythm issues, if I recall correctly) you had just last year. I know you had some pretty thorough testing at that time and your heart was considered to be strong and in good shape…however, wasn’t the trigger for your seizure severe dehydration? Because of all the purging, dehydration seems like a very real possibility. Some sites I read also discouraged drinking other fluids before, during and even for several hours after the ayahuasca experience. Plus you have mild thyroid issues* and thyroid problems, even very mild cases, can greatly increase the chance of heart issues.

    So I am worried…maybe you think me overly worried, and perhaps I am. It’s very possible that nothing out of the ordinary will happen. But if the worst case scenario does happen, you would be in a world of trouble. If you feel you must do this, I strongly encourage you to hope for the best, but prepare for the worst. Please take someone who will not partake (not only in the ayahuasca, but in any drug during the time) to be your minder. Make sure that person is willing to and capable of getting you the care you need if that need arises.

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      eekie | 12 August 2010 at 8:42 am #

      whoops — forgot to add the note I wanted to add for the * so I’ll do it here.

      * Steve has mentioned all these things on his blog, so I think it’s ok to bring them up. I would not otherwise.

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    ethereal butterfly | 12 August 2010 at 10:38 am #

    For those of you who wish to purchase a Margot Smith’s Album go to

    Peace & love

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    ethereal butterfly | 12 August 2010 at 1:29 pm #

    Oh no, sadly Waterfront have deleted her cd and no longer have stock. Will have to look elsewhere. Hope she is doing okay, at least with pain management. And hope you’re having a great rehearsal and a better day within SK.

  40. avatar
    Wilfred Paradise | 12 August 2010 at 9:49 pm #

    “It aint what ya write, it’s the way attcha write it” – jack kerouac

    Wilfred P

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    M | 12 August 2010 at 10:30 pm #

    SK, your little sister M. Every time you say you want to die, I can’t remember what you said. I send my spirit to you, I love you. I have always and will always be with you, no matter where we travel. One of the nine lonely spirits.

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    jactin | 13 August 2010 at 12:09 am #

    Fare well…
    My terrified friend

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    Lara | 13 August 2010 at 2:35 am #

    Steve, hope you’re well and not gagging on vine juice on somebody’s bathroom floor (though I have to admit to an unhealthy interest in reading about your experience). Psychedelics were always disappointing for me–never the profound visionary phantasmagoria I anticipated. Gave up on ’em; I’m only into to pleasure now. And, you know, a lot of drugs are just not that much fun when it comes right down to it.

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    Jonny Hollywood | 13 August 2010 at 2:40 am #

    just watched the GONZALES film and had a great laugh, thanks Steve…

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      eekie | 13 August 2010 at 6:57 pm #

      It is a fun film, isn’t it?

      How are you doing, Jonny? Still thinking of you.

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    Shaman Ron | 13 August 2010 at 1:14 pm #

    Husca and Cappi tea? Been there a few times. Always the gods have saw favor on me and answered my request to purge the negative and renew my soul.

    Remember there are times when the purge does not occur… thankfully I have never been there. But if it occurs to a human… bad mojo my friend. The shaman’s gift is given, yet the gods did not answer the request.

    On the low factor, I do not miss cleaning up the black purge which seems to stain everything not metal or stone.

    Cheers and may the gods see favor on your quest!
    Shaman Ron

    Hummm… apparently the orgy I was in during one husca/cappi journey with some Brazilian friends was awesome! I just can’t remember. oh well…

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    nylon burning | 13 August 2010 at 6:52 pm #

    where ya ben upta doc?

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    Melissa | 13 August 2010 at 7:45 pm #

    the experience just seems so extreme to me simply for energy blockage. It just sounds like you’re poisoning yourself .. not really sure where the joy is in that (with all due respect!)

    I’ve been thinking in all sincerity, that acupuncture might be something amazing to try, if you haven’t already

    please take care

  48. Kraig
    Cosmos | 18 August 2010 at 7:19 am #

    Man Steve,

    I think you can drink, eat, or smoke whatever you want! You know your body’s limits and so does your doctor. So, have fun! I consider it this way…it’s really your own business on what you want to put into your body. If you want to have a beer, have a beer. If you want to have a toke, have a toke. If you want to drink vine juice, drink vine juice. All i can say is that there are too many anal beads in this World and if I had a nickle for every anal bead who told me to put my cig away or smoke somewhere else…I’d be a rich man. Too many anal beads nowadays and I won’t be one of them.

    Bottoms Up!

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    Pusherman | 18 August 2010 at 7:51 am #

    The Opium’s runnin’ pretty low, and when the pain comes back I don’t want to know…those were the good ole days dude! Take some more opium so we can have another Priest = Aura album! Yeah

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    Rico | 20 March 2011 at 10:52 am #

    ‘i had some sour cream in my chili tonite so i’m a useless vegan’

    steve, i’m a fan stretching back into the mists. i’ve been amused and delighted by your words and captivated by your music.

    but don’t you fancy being vegan – at least in part – because you believe in not exploiting animals? as such, you’re probably aware of the pain and suffering chickens and cows go through to produce milk and eggs.

    so surely you don’t want to be part of that? sour cream isn’t just sour cream. a similar thing goes for all the other animal products you’ve eaten as a ‘vegan’. male chicks are ground up, calves are sent to slaughter.

    i guess you know what happens to the chickens and cows after they’re milked and layed for all they’re worth (literally) – they get the chop. so dairy and eggs are really pretty similar to eating other creatures.

    it’s not just a question of having some sour cream, but of whether you’re committed to the idea of other animals having lives free of torture. in the same way you’re committed to the idea of human rights.

    so it’s not ‘fanatical’ to be consistent about steering clear of animal products, any more than it’s fanatical to steer clear of torturing other people.

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    my abosolutimento best wishes!

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