I saw Democracy Now today. Lousianna, kids still not in school, is what caught me along with so much more...<br><br>More poetry from of the top o' me head:<br><br>There's a path<br>a lonely but natural path<br>a way ancestors walked<br>sometimes developed and gone in this new world<br>marginalized into parks of a few acres<br>surely one could find such a path in distant lands<br>distant from here yet right there on TV, books and photos<br><br>beware of man and machines<br>be vigilant of a men that cares less<br>about the outdoors, environment<br>the place we came from <br>the place that feeds all humans<br>when all that is sought is a buzz<br>getting drunk or laid, inside the soul is not paid<br><br>detrimental are overpopulation and intolerance <br>there's only one place to save<br>only one thing to save<br>Earth and the heart or hearts of people<br><br>your own families and friends<br>are a good place to start<br>as much as some could care less to know<br>for mostly all the next generation knows<br>is on TV, looks and or theology aka politics<br>dodging the real solutions<br>One can't debate enough<br>and it's NEVER too late<br><br>no matter what propaganda is pushed<br>no matter what lure is thrown in the mix<br>no matter what trash is talked<br>it's the law of the land to respect the land<br>as a percentage of righteousness grows<br>so does reason<br>and so does humanity<br>and on and one the lumps in the throat<br>the tears from the blood and the sweat<br>the late nights thinking<br><br>~<br>a wise person once said<br>"blood spilled is spirit spilled"<br><br>and Joe Clash...<br>"you don't face your demons down<br>you got to grapple em' Jack<br>and pin em' to the ground"<br><br>PS, saw a sticker today on the back of a Geo tracker said:<br>"with trucks and guns who needs women"<br>wtf? I'm guessing that was sarcasm, driving a Geo and all.<br>LOL, sigh...<br><br>PS pt. II<br>When will the world realize, the media at least<br>that if many die it's a homicide bombing<br>when a person goes by themself into field and detonates<br>it's a suicide. Either way, it's a sign that the system of life<br>worldwide, perhaps<br>is not functioning properly and needs an overhaul<br>maybe more psychiatric help for the one's that get sold out<br>time and time again after following false theocracies and or<br>gangs, doomdays cults, Enron's etc.<br><br>[color:red]Escalate the debate! Or suffer the fate of repeating the dark and primitive past, for example Nazi Germany.</font color=red><br><br>What part of FUBAR does America not understand?
FYI.<br><br>I've gone through the up's and downs of pot.<br>The bad hangovers of nights out on too much ale.<br>Those days are gone, surely some residual...<br><br>basically I have the occaisonal 6pack between me and my friend.<br><br>Times change, people change<br>recreation changes<br><br>and still the frustration of knowing has not changed<br>etc.<br><br>seems god and machines are the new drug out there causing much harm.<br>So I paint, write and day by day learn some tunes on the acoustic 6 string...<br><br>I'll admit to being blurred in the not so distant past<br>I'll even admit to letting others get the best of me or just hold me back<br>from what my heart all along knew was lame. <br><br>The pain strikes from time to time <br>the pain of wondering what will become of the religous types<br>the drug abusing types...<br>or perhaps the ones abused themselves<br>tramatized into believing a lie<br>contracting alzheimers in the process<br><br>and on and on<br>I stand alone<br>amongst a growing tide of TRUTH SEEKERS.<br><br>What part of FUBAR does America not understand?
Goodness! I understood your whole post! And, . . . I thank you for some insight to what makes you the person you've become. No kidding, it is refreshing to understand just a little bit about who you are. I appreciate your sharing. <br><br>I'm always glad you post. But I do have some trouble understanding a lot of what you say. The links are good, though. <br><br>KateMate
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