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EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT

With residents ZACH KEROUAC and SHOCKFOOT

JAN 15: Residents Night Various Electronica
Boogie down with the crew of Columbustamove!

JAN 22: DEFFCON Drum and Bass
Calling all Junglist massive! Rough beats all night!

JAN 29: DJRYANTM House and Electro
Fresh from ATL to make you bounce! www.djryan.com

FEB 5: TRYPP AND NO SLEEP Baltimore Club
Booty shaking beats with a touch of street flavor!

FEB 12: Residents Night Various Electronica
Party, Rinse, and Repeat with Columbustamove!

FEB 19: MUNIR AMASTHA Techno
The boss of Revolt Atlanta is taking control of the club!

FEB 26: DRIZNO Leftfield Beats and Scratching
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Thanks for posting. I might come out Feb 26 for Drizno. That's one of my boys right there.
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joshdash wrote:
Thanks for posting. I might come out Feb 26 for Drizno. That's one of my boys right there.
Great! I hope to see you there. You should check it out on the other nights, too. If you have any interest in electronic music, you'll be impressed with the setup and the quality of the musicians. I'm not compromising on quality.

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I'll try to make it other nights, but to be quite honest, I've got no real interest in electronic music. Eduardo is one of my dudes though, I hung out with him last night in fact, and I know that he's a hell of a DJ. I don't recognize any of the other names on the list, are any of them from the 146 crew or whatever it is? Just curious. I know a couple of those guys have a weekly gig at one of the bars downtown that I frequent.
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Yeah, Aaron plays new wave at 85 on tuesdays, but 146 guys aren't really actively performing their stuff right now (to my knowledge). If we get a good response to the drum and bass this friday, then the next logical step would be to discuss getting them in to perform, which hypothetically could happen as early as March, or not at all, it just depends. Anyway, if you know any people that are into electronic music, spread the word that we have a weekly locked in. Hopefully, they will already know from our flyer campaign. Gallery 13 is committed to growing the audience for electronic music, the rest of Columbus is unfortunately at the whim of the mediocre-music-liking bar crowd and you won't hear Taylor Swift or Gaga at Gallery.

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Jan 26, 2013
 
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Zach Keoruac wrote:
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Great! I hope to see you there. You should check it out on the other nights, too. If you have any interest in electronic music, you'll be impressed with the setup and the quality of the musicians. I'm not compromising on quality.
Hello Zach...

The reference to Jack Kerouac is interesting, and impressive... best of luck to y'all, bringing some new twists to the Columbus music scene!

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Keroauc not impressive wrote:
In the Kerouac biography is a photo of him forming his mouth and rolling his toungue for a purpose the book explains. Check out the autobiography. The famous one. Kerouac was a lot of things but not impressive.
Oh, come on now... Jack Kerouac was the founder of pretty much every countercultural movement since the 1950s.

But this is America, and you have the freedom of choice to be clueless, after all.

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Maybe he wrote:
Maybe Kerouac founded the expertise in the mouth toungue activity he demonstrated in the photo in his most famous biography.
"Try to have your insults make sense." -Dennis M. Hammes

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Zach Keoruac wrote:
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Great! I hope to see you there. You should check it out on the other nights, too. If you have any interest in electronic music, you'll be impressed with the setup and the quality of the musicians. I'm not compromising on quality.
Hey Zach, you might have an interest in what Brian Fowler of the Bibb City Ramblers is doing with his side project Echobeast.

Here's the FB Echobeast page:

https://www.facebook.com/ #!/groups/348495401838566/

Echobeast members:

Brian Fowler gtr,therimen,vox
Will Dockery-vox
Charles Fowler-drums,vox
Dan Davidson-keys
Gini Woolfolk-vox,bass
Wildman Steve-Therimen
Gabe Holland-vox,keys,therimen
Josh Reynolds-keys,vox,bass,program ming
and more...

"Echobeast has a annual ritual called VENUS STAR RITUAL....Here is the whole Beast Set. Will Dockery,Brian Fowler,Gabe Holland,Charles Fowler,Wildman Steve,Dan Davidson,Gini Woolfolk,Joe Strings,John Pack,Mitch Cherry... Killer whales/Flying teapot/White rabbit/Whole lotta Love..." -Brian Fowler

http://youtu.be/nOFI2uVSCAI

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Just like you wrote:
Just like you have the right to be clueless. Keroauc was foisted on America. He did not found any counter culture movements.
Sure he did... you're looking at one right now.

As I wrote elsewhere, earlier:

http://us.arts.poetry.narkive.com/kKGvTjIr/ja...

Well... it /is/ Kerouac so it was pretty much impossible for him to write
something that wasn't "good", or at least "important", since everything he
wrote filled in details of the Dulouz Legend, and every detail adds to the
massive autobiography as a whole:

"...a lifetime of writing about what I'd seen with my own eyes, told in my
own words, according to the style I decided on... and put all together as a
contemporary record for future times to see what really happened and what
people really thought[...] In my old age I intend to collect all my work and
reinsert my pantheon of uniform names, leave the long shelf of books, there, and die happy."
-Jack Kerouac

Unfortunately, or course, Kerouac never made it to "old age" and died far from "happy"... and never had a chance to insert the uniform names and arrange the chronology.

[...]

Skipping ahead, I see Stuart Leichter has named a couple other poets who
wrote Haiku for /English/... but Kerouac proposed /American/ Haiku, with all
the rough wildness unique to Americans... I'll check out his post and see
for sure if this is true.

When I think of Pound, I always think of his live broadcasts from Italy and
the cold coffee incident:

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"I had withdrawn in forest and my song
Was swallowed up in leaves..."
-Robert Frost

[from the review of "A Boy's Will" by Robert Frost]:

"I remember that I was canoeing and thirsty and I put into a shanty for
water and found a man who had no water and gave me cold coffee instead. And
he didn't understand it, he was from a minor city and he "just set there
watchin' the river" and didn't "seem to want to go back," and he didn't care
for anything else. and so I presume he entered into Anunda. And I remember
Joseph Campbell telling me of meeting a man on a desolate waste of bogs, and
he said to him, "it's rather dull here"; and the man said, "Faith, ye can
sit on a middan and dream stars. And that is the essence of folk poetry with
distinction between America and Ireland. And Frost's book reminded me of
these things..."

-Ezra Pound [excerpted from "Into my Own" by John Evangelest Walsh.]

Now I'm thinking of some Jameson's in my coffee... heh.

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Jan 27, 2013
 
Liberals Glorify wrote:
Liberals glorify people who have mediocre abilities not despite of their perversions but because of them. Jack Kerouac was a reprobate libertine. A degenerate. As his biographies explain in great detail. The most famous Kerooauc biography has a photo of him demonstrating the way the mouth and toungue should be while. I'll say no more. Read the book.
Your information and opinion is faulty.

Jack Kerouac wasn't even a liberal at all... one of his best friends was in fact William F. Buckley.

As I wrote elsewhere recently:

http://nntp.intelliseek.com/cgi-bin/dnewsweb....

On Monday, January 14, 2013 9:50:51 PM UTC-5, Hieronymous707 wrote:
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Saint Petersburg Blues:

http://www.nytimes.com/1988/05/29/books/kerou...

"...I was a long time meeting the writer. When I finally did, he was in a concrete block house in St. Petersburg, sitting in an Early American rocker with a stack of William F. Buckley's National Review by his side, reading Boswell's life of Johnson. Two months later, on Oct. 29, 1969, he died, and people have been trying ever since to say just what it was about Jack that mattered so much." -Richard Hill

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Thanks for giving us the oportunity to set the record straight and clear up the misrepresentations, though, my anonymous little friend.

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Jan 27, 2013
 
Ezra Pound Lord Haw Haw wrote:
Ezra Pound was a FASCIST. He was THE LORD HAW HAW OF POETRY. You cannot seperate the man from his politics. Albert Speer was a great Architect. You cannot seperate him from being a NAZI. What validates Ezra pound by your standards. Why are you an advocate of EZRA POUND?
No, I'm more a fan of Robert Frost in that crowd, Pound, like Eliot, were too often dense and not as entertaining as Frost.

The quote from Pound, if you'd read a little slower, was about Frost, and thus the focus of my post was on Frost, via Kerouac:

http://us.arts.poetry.narkive.com/kKGvTjIr/ja...

Well... it /is/ Kerouac so it was pretty much impossible for him to write
something that wasn't "good", or at least "important", since everything he
wrote filled in details of the Dulouz Legend, and every detail adds to the
massive autobiography as a whole:

"...a lifetime of writing about what I'd seen with my own eyes, told in my
own words, according to the style I decided on... and put all together as a
contemporary record for future times to see what really happened and what
people really thought[...] In my old age I intend to collect all my work and
reinsert my pantheon of uniform names, leave the long shelf of books, there, and die happy."
-Jack Kerouac

Unfortunately, or course, Kerouac never made it to "old age" and died far from "happy"... and never had a chance to insert the uniform names and arrange the chronology.

[...]

Skipping ahead, I see Stuart Leichter has named a couple other poets who
wrote Haiku for /English/... but Kerouac proposed /American/ Haiku, with all
the rough wildness unique to Americans... I'll check out his post and see
for sure if this is true.
When I think of Pound, I always think of his live broadcasts from Italy and
the cold coffee incident:

----
"I had withdrawn in forest and my song
Was swallowed up in leaves..."
-Robert Frost

[from the review of "A Boy's Will" by Robert Frost]:

"I remember that I was canoeing and thirsty and I put into a shanty for
water and found a man who had no water and gave me cold coffee instead. And
he didn't understand it, he was from a minor city and he "just set there
watchin' the river" and didn't "seem to want to go back," and he didn't care
for anything else. and so I presume he entered into Anunda. And I remember
Joseph Campbell telling me of meeting a man on a desolate waste of bogs, and
he said to him, "it's rather dull here"; and the man said, "Faith, ye can
sit on a middan and dream stars. And that is the essence of folk poetry with
distinction between America and Ireland. And Frost's book reminded me of
these things..."
-Ezra Pound [excerpted from "Into my Own" by John Evangelest Walsh.]

Now I'm thinking of some Jameson's in my coffee... heh.

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Liberals Minds wrote:
A LIBERAL as seen for what they are, by everyone else are judged as being a LIBERAL by the things they indulge in. W.F.Buckley also was an associate of George Lincoln Rockwell in the years right before Rockwell openly founded The American Nazi Party. That does not make Buckley a Nazi. Keroauc is embraced by all liberals. Therefore he is a LIBERAL not based on a code of so called political conduct qualifying a person as a LIBERAL, but by the generaL LIBERAL things he chose to indulge in. A true LIBERAL is born that way. Very similar to how a LAZY person is born lazy and a HARD WORKING person is born HARD WORKING. The mouth demonstration photo of Keroauc demonstrating an activity in his most famous biography is one example of the myriad of things Keroauc did in his life added together as a whole classify him as a LIBERAL. Gay sex certainly was not a Conservative condoned attribute William F. Buckley indulged in or advocated openly by posing in photographs instructing it.
You seem confused.

Have you ever even read a Jack Kerouac book?

"The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live,
mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time,
the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn,
burn, like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across
the stars and in the middle you see the blue centerlight pop and
everybody goes "Awww!" -Jack Kerouac

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Jan 27, 2013
 
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Every person I have ever met who applauded the entity known as jack keroauc have had some sort of personal pathological defect. Or a combination of several. Dysfunctional marginal psychologically impaired people are drawn to Keroauc by the purient nature of his writings. Like flys to garbage.
Don't get out much, then, do you?

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that there were no charities before welfare,

that there was no art before federal funding,

that taxes are too low, but ATM fees are too high,

that the AIDS virus is spread by a lack of federal funding,

that taxing the use of gasoline or other energy will reduce the use of gasoline or other energy, but taxing work and investment will not reduce work and investment,

that the right to the pursuit of happiness is morally repugnant because it is selfish,

that bigotry and prejudice are evil unless they're against selfish bastards, in which case they're good,

that honest hard-working people who want to spend their money on their own damn families and businesses must be lumped-in with criminals so we can feel self-righteous about despising them as if they were the exact same kind of selfish bastards as criminals,

that private property rights are also morally repugnant because they too are based on selfishness,

that the best ideas are more government intervention in the economy, more aggressive confiscation of private property, more government funding of socially destructive behavior, and a foreign policy subordinated to world opinion,

that a man's home is his castle only until the city condemns it so a politician's developer-crony can build a high tax-paying shopping mall there (which would be for "the public good"),

that freedom of speech and of the press does NOT apply to TV, radio, cell phones, PDAs or the internet, all of which must be government- regulated to enforce OUR ideas -- oops, I mean our ideas of "access" and "fairness",

that whenever there is a question about the purposes and motivations of the United States, one must assume -- no, make that believe -- the worst,

that the United States must not make the decision to defend itself by itself; it must first get permission from the U.N.,

that the terrorist cells busted in Lackawanna, New York City, Miami, Chicago and London weren't a real threat, but a nondenominational prayer before a high school football game is,

that the only people worthy of being a leader, especially president, are those who display our definition of intelligence, which is: showing signs of being an analytical, reflective, self-doubting, slow-acting intellectual who accepts, and adheres religiously to, modern liberal doctrines, including the following:

that all generalizations are false,

that there are absolutely no absolutes,

that you can be sure that nothing is certain,

that it's really bad, even evil, to make or pronounce moral judgments,

that all cultures are equal, but ours stinks; that all truth is relative, except the unquestionable truth of "post-modernism", that no race, class or gender is superior, but middle class white males are clearly inferior, that no books are superior, except, of course, those by third-world authors,

that it's good to support minority, homosexual and women's rights and simultaneously make common cause with Islamofacists, who would attack all of them,

that identifying individuals by their uniqueness is "racist," but identifying them only as a member of a race is not,

that those who oppose liberalism, nomatter how thoughtful or scholarly, can be dismissed out of hand simply by calling them "racist, sexist, fascist homophobes," because, after all, they have to be such, don't they?

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Jan 27, 2013
 
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The Black Keys Tickets
Thu, 05/02/2013 8:00 p.m. EDT
Aarons Amphitheatre at Lakewood
Atlanta, GA
Great band!

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About Campbell wrote:
Joseph Campbell is the point man of the left, the liberal assault on Western Civilization its Myths and Religious Psyche. Campbell is THE APPROVED FOISTED SPOKESPERSON OF PROGRESSIVISM'S ASSAULT ON WESTERN CIVILIZATION AND CHRISTIANITY.
And that has /what/ to do with Jack Kerouac?

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Campbell in wrote:
Campbell was foisted by mention in your Ezra Pound quote.
Okay, I remember you were whining earlier about Jack Kerouac also being "foisted" in some way or another.

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Hes the expert wrote:
He is the expert on what is DENSE AND ENTERTAINING.
Who is?

Jack Kerouac?

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