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PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 11:56 pm
  

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 14, 2008 3:11 pm
  

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There once was a NAZI named Adolf,
with a putz from the beer hall he made off.
He said beer is for swine and I'll hav none ach nein.
But I'll take Checkaslovakia as a trade off.

Hey you try keeping a limerick clean. :lol:


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 14, 2008 7:37 pm
  

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it's just that...well i mean...
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 14, 2008 10:52 pm
  

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I was born a poor Nazi punk on dope -
Then I heard the songs of Pete - Woody
and some other Commies - so I jump the fence
real quick - but I still was not happy and I seen
this well dress girl with big (daddy bought) boo.. -
well she said the way to her heart was to be
a CAP- TIL- LUST or some such thing - so I join
this Party - BUT they were not havin' no Party
that I seen ..............


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 15, 2008 12:25 am
  

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzsgRSkf_Kg

I think she should have got the OSCAR?

I once new a Nazi punk
He kept MeTH inside his trunk
he stayed awake for 30 days
A trigger would make you pay
then he crashed and it got real bad
to clean the walls was sad..very sad

I don't really like Nazi's
they scare me a whole lot


I was watching that movie tonight about all of the amazing Bobby D's alter ego's and shit (I had never seen it before but I found it cheap at the local book store along with the old Levon Helm albums (weird huh) the ones with Steve Cropper and the rest of Booker T and the MG's and I am listenin to their version of Havana Moon for the first time without digging in the basement for half a day and hoping the needle still works on the record player

Any way, that movie.. it made me think of a lot of stuff.. the brain doing the wopity wopity thing and I loved that line at the end (there were other good ones...it is a well done movie) but I loved that line at the end about yesterday, today and tomorrow all being in the same room together

When I turned off the DVD..Hairspray was on. with John Travolta doing Tracy Turnblatt's mother and Queen Latifa as Inez's mom


Hey, Let me outta here as I am feeling kinda strange?

I was reading about this guy James H Austin and how he experienced his ZEN enlightenment in a tube station in London (ever read any of his Zen and the Brain Stuff?) then I wondered off into Mozart's description of antagonizing with himself over the most phenominal scores as arguements in his brain and then, as a anticlimactic clearhouse kind of thing...he had to hope that he had the energy to transcribe it to paper..It was all in there formed and accessible...just could he find the time to get it out..It was a tough priority you see..cause he was a bit of a perve and he liked to drinks a bit

Mr Bojangles Mr Bojangles
Dance

(oh Agnes, I remember during the Reagen years when you could play Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegtables to piss off the Nazi's at the party...by 1980 there were always a few Nazi's at the parties it seemed! They became more and more common as a fraction of the youth by the end of that decade it seemed...I also started meeting Liberterians around that time...It is amazing how I would agree with them up to the points of nationalism and religion even then?)


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 15, 2008 7:59 pm
  

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i don't know all that much about mozart, to tell you the truth, like what he was like

my eyes were definitely playing tricks on me...
i was at a used bookstore yesterday (they can be fun too) and i was reading off the big signs they have above the shelves of books..."psychology", "new age", and "magic"
magic? i wonder what books are over there?
so i walked over to them and they were not at all what i was expecting to find, so i check the sign again and it didn't say "magic" at all!?
it said, "religion"
"psychology" "new age" "religion" plain as day
strange...?

i actually heard a live version of the bands "the night they drove ol dixie down" on the radio today...that is rare! of all the ones i've heard, theirs is my favorite

now that you mention it, i do recall some nazi punks showing up in the 80s...but it was kind of confusing sometimes because a lot of punks were just other kids, you know people, not really wanting to hurt anyone...but occasionally some would buck their eyes over because i wasn't always hanging around with the "right" kind of people.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 16, 2008 5:57 am
  

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you must be careful when you are not with the "right" kind of people!

But think about National Socialism at its core (don't call it Nazi call it NS to avoid the stigma). NS is a political philosophy defined by an extreme and excessive nationalism that at its foundation is fueled by some fundamental divine right of superiority over those who don't fall under the Nationalist Umbrella. The socialism is the organiszation of the adherents of the nationalist group with philosophies and actions that reinforce the world reailty as defined by the nationalist movement. A Nationalist philosophy that cannot tell the difference between its own internally generated images and thoughts of the World from perceptions that are evoked by real things that happen in the World. Nothing matters outside of the Nationalist vision, those people who don't conform to the right program are inconsequential. And the martyrs, have a special place in the grand vision of the future reality.

We are all susceptible to manipulation. Your race ties you to a nationalism. Your religion ties you to a nationalism. Your citizenship ties you to a nationalism. Your social position ties you to a nationalism. Your community ties you to a nationalism. Your retirement plan ties you to a nationalism. Even your taste in music can tie you to a nationalism.

Beware of the Fueher? (we are all very paranoid as well)

I've got the acute schizophrena paranoia blues!


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 16, 2008 8:30 pm
  

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National Socialism was also developed using false mythologies that suited the times.

The Nebulung Ring was frightful to sing
The hours blured into long days
As a people were dazed by the extra long ways
It took a fat lady to sing.

Even the music of Wagner was subverted to the NAZI dogma. Where State and mythology merged.

A fat NAZI pilot named Goering
in younger days was quite soaring
He got hooked on junk and his manhood it shrunk
The ladies found him quite boring

A funny thing about young Adolf though was his devotion to his mother who died of Breast Cancer. He had actually taken her to Jewish Doctor in hopes of finding a cure. And historicly seemed ambivalent to the "Final Solution". With the NAZI Party members doing more to make that occur.

Mengle was a poor doctor,
His practice very improper.
His office in camp was crowded and cramp
You'd think he was a witch doctor.

Adolf did however want vengence for the indignity and suffering Germany was dealt after WWI. Britian and France did more to bring about the situation which lead to the youth of Germany being acceptable to NAZI doctrines. And it was the pride of the German people which helped NAZIsm along.

The treaty imposed was vehemently venomous
with vengence fueled by vendetta
The vasal was bleed and though rarely fed
became a varlet who resorted with harlots.

Excesses of reparations and the need for escapism by the German people brought about some strange excesses. The Producers by Mel Brooks actually makes strong reference and mockery of those excesses.

A NAZI propagandist name Reifenstahl
was processing film in a shower stall
The SS it seemed was rather quite steamed
for being present in drag and all

At one point during WWII the NAZI film industries couldn't find actresses.
To make up for the short fall of photgenic females they actually resorted to having members of the SS dress in drag fpr a production number.

OK I'll let the doggerel verse slide for now. But its probably appropriate to your story and its premise.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 16, 2008 10:10 pm
  

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Very well said!

You know I was thinking of two songs that go together. One is freedom and one is dealing with the fact that reality does not allow the freedom that we need. or maybe its me and my f'n strange thoughts. I think about what America has just progressed through period of exceptional stupidity! The last time we did this and even before the end was near the NS forces in America were reorganizing and training the youth to bring us to this day! I wrote on this very place along ago about two little kids mocking me and my brother in Okemah Oklahoma after leaving the London House while it still stood there on that hill with a mocking "Peace Hippies" and a Peace sign, way up high. We were kids and they were younger! And if you look you can find evangelicals saying it was part of the NS movement in 1939 to take over the churches and preach NS from the pulpits with a flag with a swastika. And I think about America today, yesterday and tomorrow?

so listen to these songs and how they speak to each other. Why? I don't know why. because my brain feels its important? It is probably not!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9crmJsl ... re=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfN1zRNw ... re=related


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 16, 2008 10:27 pm
  

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqXPt35KoU4

Not only does it seem relevant but pretty good peddle steel

I remember I was listening to this peddle steel on the way to Okemah those many years ago (NRPS 8 track tape..remember the 8 track?)


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Shit! I just realized I was at the wrong book store...


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I have been there before
I have been there before
Where?
There!
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 17, 2008 9:26 pm
  

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i feckin *&%!#@$ HATE filling out forms!

i think it was yesterday i was thinking of this, i wasn't sure why i would mention it though
or why i wouldn't
(i am simultaneously compelled to post it and not post it)

i was thinking back to when i spent some time in kingston, jamaica.
it was the early 70s and i wasn't quite a teenager...i did not stay in a tourist zone at a hotel but with my jamaican friend and her family in kingston...you talk about a person standing out like a sore thumb?....that was me! people would stop everything and stare hard everytime.

it was definitely a rough area in kingston, but if you would go out the front door and walk left, before very long it was worse

there were some good times but i do remember some rough patches (and by that i don't mean things like the bad electrical wiring resulting in my getting a powerful shock by my licking my finger first to test the heat of a clothes iron, that felt like someone hit me on the back of the head with a wide board as hard as they possibly could POW! (and i do mean POW) only to find someone standing behind me laughing at the whole thing, "hey! what did you hit me on the head for?!")
but (amid everyday life) my stumbling upon some huge street fights (quite a lot of unrest)
(i so did not want to be standing out like a sore thumb then) oddly enough i went completely unnoticed!? i felt a little like that indian in little big man (even though i don't think i was smiling at the time) when he said, "i've never been invisible before!"

"i'm brave but i'm chicken shit"


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 18, 2008 3:09 am
  

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Sounds like an interesting trip to Jamaica. I bet you had alot of interesting stuff happen there...


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 18, 2008 4:51 am
  

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agnes wrote:

it was definitely a rough area in kingston, but if you would go out the front door and walk left, before very long it was worse


"i'm brave but i'm chicken shit"


I loved those lines!


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