posted on April 10, 2007 at 11:04 pm

ah
arrival in hungary
had indian for lunch
mm lovely
then i had tomato soup n salad for dinner
at the absinthe bar
so guess what i drank there you foolish fiendss
but not the really good absinthe
oh no theres some better stuff
the one that smacks you round the kisser
and chucks ya into the universe next door but one
and damn it i just had my first hit of zwack
straight from the minny bar
plus kind mr z gave me a lil herb for my brain salad
kind mr kn also on hand
so far so good
lovely hotel
lovely hotel
nothing ultra fancy
but very elegant classy functional and inviting
the ratbags who put british hotel rooms together
should be made to study this
may i say without offending boydy n the rest of the poms
and remember i can say this cos im english
english hotel rooms are shoddy n bloody ‘orrible
so too fucking scottish irish n probably welsh
even the good ones
why cant they get together something decent
in the way of a hotel
?
now im eating a
hungarian chocky bar
something i dunno
its real good tho
the alcohol has put me in a slightly stupid n belligerent mood
but there again what else would ya expect?
i look up n catch sight of my own face
with my short hair n reading glasses
i could be somebodies professor in a horror movie
did you know when i was 13
i was riding alongside a rail
looking at some kids playing
when i collided head on
with one of the keane boys, the milkmans kid
and i came off my bike like superman
flying thru the air
in my mind in slo mo
then i headdive straight into young keanes pedal
one of those sharp metal ones
i thank lord vishnu for preserving me
coz one tiny bit lower n it woulda been my right eye
but i just had six stiches right on my eyebrow
ie it did not mess up my pretty face
however the eyebrow n under the eyebrow never
completely went back down after it swelled up like a balloony
and so you see my eyes have very different shapes
when im looking up which i am now into the mirror
the puppyfat n drug bloat have left my cheeks hollow
and i am again quite angular
my hair is short n straight
its fine n thin
my beard is creeping white up my face
the lips that i admire on evie k
draw no response placed in my own face
i surprise myself when i look in the mirror
different lights reveal me to look very young
or very old
freckled or hardly none
i like the glasses but theyre just for reading
my nose is a nice shape but its always red
which kinda cancels the other out somewhat
i have bags under my eyes n wrinkles
but by some weird chance
i enjoy looking like this
much more than all the other olde mes
i just feel at home
and my face truly reflects who i am now
after the reshaping processes of life drugs time
sorrow anger booze etc etc
but yoga n qi gong n swimming
have also rewritten a new sincerity honesty n austerity
on my dial
im happy to be me now
yes that is my face
its ok
hey theres a lotta much much much handsomer geezers
and much much much younger too
but i dont begrudge em their looks at all
its all skin deep baybee
or is it
true beauty shines thru any veil
and an ugly soul is never masked by a pretty face
to tell the truth i get more excited by a handsome man
than a pretty woman
theyre more rare n can be more exquisite
but usually marred by vanity too
like watching beautiful children slowly realising the power
they have over people…
its sad
self consciousness is one of my most loathesome traits
but its also part of my make up
you cant subtract one from the other
without some extraordinary means
such as
sex
drugs
magic
yoga
qi gong
meditation
exercise
you know
all the usual suspects
i gotta get outta my head baybee
when i am in the darkness why do you intrude?
the tb gotta leave sk behind
it happens on stage
ttb totally takes over
i will will this possession
i will allow the being to have me
and sk will be tied to a silver chair for 2 hours
while the being lets the rock get unleashed
look out europa
the time being is back
and hes ready to rock
so if yer too olde or too young
too smart or too dumb
you better getta outta my weigh
im gonna move it remove it groove it and soothe it
im gonna sing whisper scream and ululate
and all the rest of that bullshit
tomorrow
hungarian rehearsal!
oh
and i knew i’d forgotten sumthing
my camera
boo hoo!
i’ll try n sort out somethingo
sk

63 Responses to “the glorious ascension of the timebeing in the eastern block”

  1. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 12:04 am #

    Too bad you’re on the other side of this world!
    Sk, ttb, ny, I loves you all!

    Love always,
    Amanda

  2. avatar
    mave | 11 April 2007 at 12:17 am #

    .

    Will you play Block in the eastern bloc?

    Looking forward to hearing your reports from there.

    Mave.

  3. avatar
    the dean | 11 April 2007 at 12:24 am #

    Das ist ein Unikum

  4. avatar
    pjm | 11 April 2007 at 12:49 am #

    Silver chair? Nice.

  5. avatar
    knot a hungarian dragon | 11 April 2007 at 12:56 am #

    “…to crooked eyes truth may wear a wry face.”

  6. avatar
    Celticat | 11 April 2007 at 1:19 am #

    Hi ya Killer,

    it’s pretty good to be comfortable in your own skin isn’t it?

    Break a leg

    Love

  7. avatar
    Richard Ploog | 11 April 2007 at 1:33 am #

    no tour photos? surely a trip to europe would warrant bringing your camera!? you can just buy one wiht the hundreds of thousands of dollars you’ll make on tour

  8. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 1:34 am #

    Through human eyes …
    You’re a dolphin in disguise!!!

    Dont forget Comeuppance.

    Dutch Pierre

  9. avatar
    kat | 11 April 2007 at 1:41 am #

    quite angular sk,

    you sound happy. must be all that jazz already ;] rock yerself out!

    ;]=~~~

  10. avatar
    sue cee | 11 April 2007 at 1:41 am #

    When you admire or love someone, their character takes over and all else is just a vessel. Friends I love the most, I couldnt care less what they looked like, all that is irrelevant.
    I was always so self-conscious myself that I used my camera to hide behind but I hope u get one real soon to take some happy snaps for us – beg, borrow or steal! Like your blog Im sure they’ll be unpredictable and interesting. I love people and unusual places so hope you get some on film. An sk view.

    x

  11. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 1:43 am #

    I thought u had cameras for eyes

  12. avatar
    sue cee | 11 April 2007 at 1:45 am #

    ps ms squiggle (my keyboard is f***ed up and has no tilde)… your thoughts on here are long but i enjoy them.

  13. avatar
    nic | 11 April 2007 at 1:48 am #

    “and my face truly reflects who i am now” – so glad you feel confortable in your own skin SK (a lesson I am yet to learn myself) – I think you also look your absolute best now… “true beauty shines thru any veil” ..beautiful.

    am eager to hear more of Hungary (my father’s place of birth – I hope to visit one day in the distant future when the kids are all grown…and we can afford to!!!).

  14. avatar
    syrinx | 11 April 2007 at 2:23 am #

    *knock knock knock*

    You!

    YOU LATE!!

  15. avatar
    Symon | 11 April 2007 at 2:42 am #

    i enjoy looking like this
    much more than all the other olde mes
    i just feel at home
    and my face truly reflects who i am now

    …great contentment there SK. i know where you’re heading with this one. it’s truely a good place to be in.

    best wishes to yourself and the church for the tour….can’t wait to see you back in melby.

    Symon

  16. avatar
    not The Church...but damn close | 11 April 2007 at 2:47 am #

    Hope lotsa Jazz shows up before you hit Leidse Square near the Melk Veg. Have fun you lucky, lucky bastards. This is when it hurts now after Dutch suggested yonks ago how good it would be to fly over and follow a Church tour of Europe. Fuck it would have been too. Sigh.

    Paul Lightfoot
    Auckland

  17. avatar
    veleska1970 | 11 April 2007 at 2:52 am #

    yes, thank vishnu you didn’t lose that eye!! and you are blessed, too, that all you need are just reading glasses. i’m blind as a bat~~been wearing glasses/contact lenses since i was 10. but with all the visual beauty in this world, i could never imagine not being able to see it. and of course it goes without saying that my photography depends on it. oh, i could go for the surgery, but the thought of cutting my eyes freaks me out. hah~~you would think that it wouldn’t bother me, given the fact that i poke my finger in my eyes twice a day to insert and remove my lenses, in the morning and at night. eh, the way i see it (excuse the pun) is that i’d rather bad vision than no vision, so no lasik surgery for me. it just would be my luck that there would be some irreversible side effect.

    indeed, a handsome face you possess!!
    “i enjoy looking like this
    much more than all the other olde mes”
    quite an interesting introspection you have going on with that statement….and how wonderful it is that life has etched itself into your visage, displaying all your triumphs and defeats that has made you exclusively and uniquely YOU. a person is a continuing work in progress, and the face displays this like nothing else out there. and it’s wonderful that you are embracing all that, steve.

    point-and-shoot cameras are relatively inexpensive, so obtaining one shouldn’t be a problem (just don’t hock your fender, ok?? 🙂 ) at any rate, when you do get a camera and start shooting, i’m sure the finished product will be a masterpiece!!

    happy rehearsing, and please give marty a hug.

    lotza love…….

  18. avatar
    village green preservation soc. | 11 April 2007 at 3:08 am #

    You won’t believe what arrived yesterday…or I guess you will. Finished the machine in that village. Wow! Minor flaw: too short, you could go on and on..! Thank you very much.

    sh

  19. avatar
    MEM | 11 April 2007 at 3:12 am #


    overwriten in syncromesh… find me back in yesterday, #53

  20. avatar
    MEM | 11 April 2007 at 3:20 am #


    almost..

  21. avatar
    Leelinau | 11 April 2007 at 3:31 am #

    You FORGOT the camera?!

    >_<

  22. avatar
    Brien Comerford | 11 April 2007 at 3:35 am #

    Steve’s eating vegetarian food and drinking some booze. Kilbey’s always on a surreal mental cruise. He personifies why vegetarians rule. Music and prose comprise his dynamic muse.

  23. avatar
    Noel Christian | 11 April 2007 at 3:50 am #

    God, absynthe in Budapest sounds wonderful. A friend of mine was able to imbibe some smuggled-in absynthe recently. ‘The Green Faerie’ indeed.

    I want to try it.

    Enjoy the new scenery.
    I’m certain the shows will go over well.

    All the best!

  24. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 4:24 am #

    Awesome blog today Steve. Seems like its all about liking ourselves and being comfortable with ourselves. With out that life is no fun. Looking forward to the tour blogs. Have fun!!

    Steve in Florida

  25. avatar
    namaste | 11 April 2007 at 4:25 am #

    do you mean that you are marred by vanity sk or all the beautiful women in the world? you are, after all, a handsome fellow, especially with your wonky eyes…

  26. avatar
    stealthblue | 11 April 2007 at 4:48 am #

    Sounds like a blast. Too bad about the camera though! Surely there’ll be plenty of documentation though, right?

    Hope everything goes well for you; safe travels, great shows, good jazz, excellent food and bev, sleep when you can and lots of great peeps along the way. Wish I could be there too…
    Lots of Peace and Love to you and the fellas,
    Ben V.

  27. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 5:22 am #

    Well well well…how much of your European jaunt is going to remembered with ice-edge crystal clarity and how much will be a fever-dream?
    Can you PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE PRETTY PLEASE bring me back some divine continental chocolate??? I’m having an orgasm just thinking about it!! Ahhhhh!!!!! Slurp, slurp!!

  28. avatar
    ...being here, doing this... | 11 April 2007 at 5:34 am #

    “being here
    i m f@#% ing steve kilbey, aint i?” – Steve Kilbey

    ~

  29. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 5:40 am #

    Eastern Europe has the best Crystal Meth in the world, try and get some to bring back to bondi with ya. Some exquisite corpse. Pot, Booze and blow are ok but the meth makes ya smarter they say.

    Ya forgot yer camera!! HA HA ya must feel silly since ya promised us all some sights. Get to Wal-Mart!

  30. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 5:46 am #

    please…..(gasp)plea….(cough)…please…come back ..pleas electricicate the states ……….please ..dont we deserve doctor ..please …were so hungry….electricicate the states…

  31. avatar
    mime | 11 April 2007 at 6:10 am #

    “I’m gonna sing whisper scream…’
    As long as you’re not gonna sing a whisper to a scream it’s o.k.

    I’m glad you arrived safely on the old continent. Dutch is right, Comeuppance would be great…

  32. avatar
    ~ | 11 April 2007 at 6:40 am #

    do you realise ? ?
    earthed and unearthed
    closed
    those lips draw response
    opened
    singe and sing
    ladders towards fire
    music burns
    behind violet eyes

    one of the boys
    is keane
    on bruce cockburn
    and the good and kind JB found me
    nma’s thunder and consolation
    on CD!
    the only one I like of theirs
    some good stuff from the great white north
    merican sonic sounding college kids
    triple x sista
    it’s cinnamon life
    hey-mikey likes it!

    in the looking glass
    welsh witches glare
    scott warriors dare
    irish town drunks
    always smile with their eyes
    and laugh with a wink
    at their own jokes
    over whiskey and a pint
    until I was 15
    I learned impressionistcally
    no one noticed
    my eyes were soft focused
    I believed the watery distance normal
    as water
    details became sharp only upon close inspection
    if you cannot see the constellations
    as you sail through
    but you know that the stars are there in the night sky
    you sail by the wind
    you feel your way through
    your heart becomes your compass
    it gets you into howling storms and back out
    the other side safe and sound
    with maps you’ll never lose
    the day I got glasses
    I stared at
    Everything
    I walked around in a daze for days
    like I had just landed on the earth from the moon
    or somewhere
    the landscape was so completely different
    from the one I was used to viewing
    every single leaf
    glimmered-in the distance!
    green gold green
    clouds really did have animal shapes
    I thought my dad was just foolin with me when he said that…
    both parents had to remind me
    to blink
    for years

    take it in
    to let it out
    flow baby
    roll and rock

    go go starry sky bass
    playa
    budapest is gonna love you guys
    I can’t believe
    you forgot your camera
    All together now:
    WAH!

    ~

  33. avatar
    ~ | 11 April 2007 at 6:50 am #

    hee hee
    thanks sue cee
    I know I’m a short bit long
    ~Inspired~
    to musing…

    luv ya!

    ~

  34. avatar
    public savant | 11 April 2007 at 7:09 am #

    Far out, my right eyebrow was split open when crazy country cousin gerard hoisted a goulburn river rock up and behind his head where he found me lurking in his unpredictable shadow. The off-duty needle-and-thread-man must have been pretty sozzled judging by the life-long expression of mild scepticism he left upon my visage. I’d never really thought about the impact of his sausage-fingers until reading today’s post.

    Hmm, an absinthe bar in hungary. I think i’d like to revise my sin self-assessment in respect of envy, half a star suddenly doesn’t quite ring true…

  35. avatar
    eek | 11 April 2007 at 9:23 am #

    Happy to hear you made it there in good shape. Looking forward to the tour blogs — they are always very interesting. I read today’s blog out loud to my niece, and when I got to the part about you forgetting your camera I cried out “nooooooo!!!!” Hope you can dig one up for a few flouncing shots — I was really looking forward to those. 🙂

    A lot of split eyebrow stories amongst us it appears — and I have one too. I got tangled up with a couple of horses while feeding them one day and managed to crack open my right eyebrow (somehow I always seemed to get hit in the face). For a few seconds I thought it was my eye because the rush of blood made it so I couldn’t see, but the only lasting damage is a scar in my eyebrow and nerve damage which made a patch of my forehead and scalp numb. I worked as a reporter at a local newspaper at the time and months later I was talking to someone who said “oh I remember you! You covered our [whatever — I forget what it was now] and had those really wicked black eyes!” I said “yeah, my horse hit me.” He said “oh, we all decided your old man popped you one.” Lovely.

  36. avatar
    isolde | 11 April 2007 at 11:35 am #

    Gloria in excelsis deo,
    et in terra pax hominibus bonae voluntatis
    Laudamus te.
    Benedicimus te.
    Adoramus te.
    Glorificamus te.

  37. avatar
    restaurant mark | 11 April 2007 at 12:22 pm #

    it’s all fun and games till someone puts an eye out…
    glad that worked out for ya. i kept trying to put mine out when i was a kid, i think. every accident i got into was right by or under an eye. great post today…have fun…take care.

  38. avatar
    Yeah right | 11 April 2007 at 12:44 pm #

    Bullshit. Don’t tell me that if you could look like you did in 1985 and not pay a price for it, you’d refuse the chance.
    Bullshit.

  39. avatar
    relic | 11 April 2007 at 12:50 pm #

    The Brits dont realise that ‘We Will Rock You’ is about The Church.

    Keep away from the ice dude. You dont need that shit.

  40. avatar
    Lx | 11 April 2007 at 1:17 pm #

    mmmmm
    Buddha
    Pest!

  41. avatar
    eek | 11 April 2007 at 1:25 pm #

    but by some weird chance
    i enjoy looking like this
    much more than all the other olde mes
    i just feel at home

    I like this. And the current SK is the one I “see” when I think of you. I’m always surprised and a bit weirded out when I see early videos and footage of you. I suppose part of it is because I never saw any pics (other than the ones on a few albums) or videos of you back in the day so I never really had what you looked like impressed upon me strongly. And I like how you look currently — I find I like the older versions of most people, especially those who don’t desperately try to avoid all signs of aging (partly because in doing so they look very harsh instead of young). You do look more comfortable in your skin now, and that is very attractive.

  42. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 1:52 pm #

    takes a lot to look in the mirror, unflinching, for so long.

    r.

  43. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 2:56 pm #

    The absent-minded confessor 🙂

  44. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 5:09 pm #

    I do prefer a lived in face…Too many ass-holes resorting to the knife, Bo-Tox etc…! How stupid do they all look with there Falseness (boobs, hair, nails) and thats just the blokes…(tee hee) Cloned beings…ZZZZzzzzzzzzz very boring.

    Just be happy with what you have, Healthy, happy loved up living(and music)…Is all you need.

    Love
    D
    X

  45. avatar
    ~ | 11 April 2007 at 5:29 pm #

    when your skin
    becomes your home
    you take it everywhere you roam
    not wanting to look like
    any other time or
    any other place
    when your heart is in your face
    and you have the most
    beautiful face
    and your’e floating in space
    chocolate is the best crystal method
    rocket fuel
    ascention propellant
    straight up shot
    neat
    tried to make absinthe
    in a van gogh bottle
    fished from a second hand store
    it tasted, well,
    like I’d imagine rubber tires
    with a kick of anise would
    wasted all that dragonsherbariam
    wormwood
    bet Europa has the good stuff
    or the even better than good
    or the even better than chocolate

    eek-some horses jump when they see
    interdimensional mice!
    I got cracked on the top of the head by a paint
    she brought her jaw down on my head
    I tried not to cry in front of T.
    she was in high school
    I was in jr. high
    at the time
    she was teaching me to barrell race
    for 4H
    truth n facts!
    dreaming while awake, years later…
    it makes more sense
    context is a weird canvas
    dreams are strange wonder wander
    painted ponies
    the mirror tiles of mosiacs
    bright and beautiful and bizarre
    hypnotised
    you can’t look away
    from inside yourself
    sweet dreams ya all

    ~

  46. avatar
    gareth,notts | 11 April 2007 at 6:24 pm #

    i also have the aforementioned split eyebrows,a 20th birthday present from some strangers,and i still don’t know what caused the mini-riot but a flying newcastle brown bottle that i never saw coming did the left one and a few minutes later purely for being covered in blood a doorman must’ve decided my right eyebrow needed to match my left! 6 stitches on each,for no bloody reason!God i hate bullies,so,suffice to say,the assailants came off second best!can’t wait for the shows in brighton n london,at least this birthday should be better than that one!!!

  47. avatar
    ~ | 11 April 2007 at 6:54 pm #

    aw man
    so sorry
    so sorry
    to hear about the stiches
    no more sunday bloody birthdays
    stupid scared bully kids
    throwing bottles
    acting out of fear
    not truth
    or beauty
    all of it already
    written
    years before
    turning the pages
    writing in a card
    with a fountain pen
    one of those that plays jazz when you open it:
    only happy birthdays to you
    from here on out

    ~

  48. avatar
    footnote | 11 April 2007 at 7:34 pm #

    pack up your suited suite trunks
    get some dancing shoes
    wear a mad hatter
    we’re all going to Athans
    ha!
    ha!
    ha!

  49. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 7:56 pm #

    if i come to the london show and bring you a big fat joint will you play memories in future tense in the old fashion stylee – or should i just fuck off

    love pip

  50. avatar
    Centuryhouse | 11 April 2007 at 8:53 pm #

    Steve, good luck on the trip & shows.

    I enjoyed the self portrait in words. I’ve thought a few of those same things on examining my own face, so it’s interesting to hear someone else’s observations of their own.

    dw

  51. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 9:52 pm #

    made “love” with a 70 yr old man a few years ago …..i was 32 myself………being blind lets you see true beauty……….he was a beautiful man/lover………i remember what you looked like before i went blind……….you will always be handsome……..coz you are ……….when we are kids we see with our hearts,and as we grow we realise that ,that hurts too much.much easier to see with our eyes….not so painful……i cant use my eyes anymore so………well ……its a fascinating social experiment……thank you universe……..kick on handsome ones…xxxxxxgenx

  52. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 10:18 pm #

    ip.s. i just realized that lots of us read the comments as well//please dont be concerned for the poor ,blind girl……….as conceited as this will sound,its the only way to say it promptly,and honestly………in the sighted world ,i have been told of my physical beauty……i used to utilize it to supplement my income…”modelling and stripping”…social life is spectacular/i am self employed.have a flourishing healing body therapy practice.i teach art at my daughters school as well……. love to you all…..genxxx

  53. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 10:18 pm #

    ip.s. i just realized that lots of us read the comments as well//please dont be concerned for the poor ,blind girl……….as conceited as this will sound,its the only way to say it promptly,and honestly………in the sighted world ,i have been told of my physical beauty……i used to utilize it to supplement my income…”modelling and stripping”…social life is spectacular/i am self employed.have a flourishing healing body therapy practice.i teach art at my daughters school as well……. love to you all…..genxxx

  54. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 10:19 pm #

    Hey pip:
    He’ll prolly tell ye to feck off as Rick M. will be in the UK for the shows, he’ll have time for no 1 else

  55. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 April 2007 at 10:51 pm #

    You’re probably asleep now after a hard day of rehearsing (yeah, its a hardlife!), so probably hear from you later? I dont like these time differences, it puts it all outta wack!!
    Love
    PRincey

  56. avatar
    ed in fl | 11 April 2007 at 10:53 pm #

    musn’t have been anyone kicking the back of your seat on the flight…not a word! Makes a difference right out the gate…nice to hear a happy rant..

    ed in fl

  57. avatar
    knot | 11 April 2007 at 11:43 pm #

    Richard Ploog.
    I recall you eating mango gelato in the fog, oh a thousand years ago.
    How are you?

  58. avatar
    Celticat | 12 April 2007 at 12:08 am #

    jazz ok, ice no way

  59. avatar
    Anonymous | 12 April 2007 at 12:53 am #

    Good Morning from Syddley towne,

    Glad u made it to Europa safely, u lucky fella. I know you’re gonna make us lounge chair travellers very very envious we can’t be there, but hopefully one day ….

    Went to Basement Easter Sun nite to see Bo Diddley. Very cool red square guitar. What a legend & gentleman he is. Told little stories in between songs & he only recently had an op, but didn’t cancel tour as he didn’t want to disappoint his fans. Hey, the urch might say those same words.
    Hope to see u all play there again this yr (or anywhere in Sydney).

    sk, u didn’t check off your list of things to take, that’s why u forgot ye olde camera. I’m sure Tiare will come to the rescue, she’s an xcellent photographer.

    Good luck with the 1st show tomorrow, sure to be a blast!
    Get the video camera filming some songs need more than the one of Easy.

    Peace & Love,
    Therese

  60. avatar
    captainmission | 12 April 2007 at 1:31 am #

    about 10 years ago after a very excessive night i cycled home and as i was travelling flat out, the front brake pads fell into the wheel, siezed the wheel and i found myself in a similar situation to the one you described, slo mo, head filled with strange aerobic thoughts, pondering this gravity defying moment, impact with the ground was inevitable. i smashed my legs arms, knees and elbows and split my head open. after my stay in hospital i found myself in the strangest position of having to ask people for help, i mean help with the real basic things, i couldn’t wash, feed etc. for someone who had prided myself on such independence it was a lesson in humility and i am grateful in retrospect for it taught me a lot, but man i gotta admit those kinda lessons in life are hard to deal with.
    anyways hope yr tour is wonderful and ya rock and roll eastern europe into space.
    i’m sure there’s something in what ya say about beauty shining through, i wonder though if people recognise beauty though, most people are trapped by what they see on the surface of things. i know if i hear or see a beautiful piece of art it can stop me in my tracks. mind you so can a beautiful girl.

  61. avatar
    Anonymous | 12 April 2007 at 1:47 am #

    Hey anon at 8.19. More likely if Pip does convince Nevets to play Memories in Future Tense, and she doesnt bring a BIG FAAAAAT log, then he may tell her to feck off. If ya don’t ask, ya dont get.

    Paul L
    Auckland NZ

  62. avatar
    Anonymous | 12 April 2007 at 4:07 am #

    who is rick M. ?

  63. avatar
    Anonymous | 12 April 2007 at 4:08 am #

    yea, stick with jazz
    (does a body good)

    yeesh


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