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Level 9

Since: Mar 12

We All Need A LiL Sunshine

#25018 Jan 29, 2013
Doesnt matter you never forget

“Cruising U.S.A.”

Level 8

Since: Mar 12

General Motors

#25019 Jan 29, 2013
Princess Hey wrote:
Doesnt matter you never forget
Only time will tell,...and only God knows,...

Level 9

Since: Mar 12

We All Need A LiL Sunshine

#25020 Jan 29, 2013
Thank God he is the only one that does too..

“Cruising U.S.A.”

Level 8

Since: Mar 12

General Motors

#25021 Jan 29, 2013
Princess Hey wrote:
Thank God he is the only one that does too..
You Got That Right,...!!!

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#25022 Jan 29, 2013
Dang! There are some heavy, deep thinkers up in here.
ADRIAN DeVINE LeORIGINAL

Brisbane, Australia

#25024 Jan 30, 2013
I pulled back the sleeve that covered her face.

'You remind me of a fairy-tale princess!' I said.

She looked up with a start.

'You are dreadful!'

she said, propping herself up.

'Waking people up like that so thoughtlessly!'

I remember being struck by the attractive way her face suddenly flushed.

Someone very beautiful can look even more beautiful on occasion.

Level 9

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#25025 Jan 30, 2013
ikryptoniter wrote:
<quoted text>Evening HML... Did you have a pleasant Tuesday?
Just had a footlong sub for dinner mmm my first time... Had to give up the KFC
Today i recieved a package Containing a nice mens watch... I thought yeah awesome, but i didn't order it... Contemplating on what to do with it now...
Enjoying the new neighborhood... glad to move away from old Barry Stewart...( I never trusted the man... He was 'over friendly' with kids)
Bonus is not having to worry 'bout my brothers gangster chit... never told him i was moving.
Is it me or does every new year seem busier and busier
Good Morning Niter..My Tuesday wasn't so good.I was sick all day but feel some better this morning.How are you?
I like a sub sometimes.I get mine from Subway.I get the chicken terriyaka(mispelled)..with lettuce,green peppers,tomatoes,onions,Light on the lite mayo.mmmmm good.
Glad you are enjoying your move and feeling better about things.
As you get older I think you feel more busier than when you're younger and the days/years goes faster..
Have a good day my friend.((HUGS))

“Gone in 16 seconds”

Level 6

Since: Nov 10

Santa Barbara, CA

#25026 Jan 30, 2013
honeymylove wrote:
&lt;quoted text&gt;Good Morning Niter..My Tuesday wasn't so good.I was sick all day but feel some better this morning.How are you?
I like a sub sometimes.I get mine from Subway.I get the chicken terriyaka(mispelled)..with lettuce,green peppers,tomatoes,onions,Light on the lite mayo.mmmmm good.
Glad you are enjoying your move and feeling better about things.
As you get older I think you feel more busier than when you're younger and the days/years goes faster..
Have a good day my friend.((HUGS))
Hello and good morning HML...
These energy drinks a wickedly dangerous... Drank Two just after I woke and I'm on fire...

I didn't know how or what to order @ subway being my first time... I had to take notice of the customers ahead of me :-]
That chickn terryaki sounds yummo.

Hope the sicki feeling doesn't spoil your day.

“Gone in 16 seconds”

Level 6

Since: Nov 10

Santa Barbara, CA

#25027 Jan 30, 2013
Walking to work today... Amazing the energy one gets after quitting the ciggies...
LOLz

Binghamton, NY

#25028 Jan 30, 2013
Why does my car windshield seem to be a magnet for pebbles kicked up by other vehicles?
My son turned 18 and man I feel old...

“ROCK ON ROCKERS!!”

Level 8

Since: Mar 11

Rockin' USA ;)

#25029 Jan 30, 2013
Okay ROCKERS... ya all have a Happy and Groovy Wednesday... Yoga Class.. LATER!!

Level 9

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#25030 Jan 30, 2013
ikryptoniter wrote:
<quoted text>Hello and good morning HML...
These energy drinks a wickedly dangerous... Drank Two just after I woke and I'm on fire...
I didn't know how or what to order @ subway being my first time... I had to take notice of the customers ahead of me :-]
That chickn terryaki sounds yummo.
Hope the sicki feeling doesn't spoil your day.
Hello Niter..
You need to watch about drinking those energy drinks.They could bust you heart.And I would not want to lose you for nothing.
The chicken terryaki is good...At least I think so.
The sicki didn't spoil my day but the people at the hospital today sure did..Like to smack the stupid right out of them...
Have a good day!

Level 9

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#25031 Jan 30, 2013
ikryptoniter wrote:
Walking to work today... Amazing the energy one gets after quitting the ciggies...
No smoking does a body good.
THE MAMMOTH DENTIST

Brisbane, Australia

#25032 Jan 30, 2013
And the old mattress

Of the lonely waitresses

Sang at night with such mad joy!

^
^
^


Et tous leurs vieux matelas

Chantaient la nuit, fous de joie,

Des serveuses solitaires!

Level 8

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#25033 Jan 30, 2013
wow...... that was a really busy shift.....
THE MAMMOTH DENTIST

Brisbane, Australia

#25034 Jan 30, 2013
stacked and proud wrote:
wow...... that was a really busy shift.....
I'd say it really was a "late shift" huh ?

let’s laze in bed
scrapbooking our
coffee into faerie rings
we’ll dance around
all day and half-past
the marshmallow moon....

Hey Stacked, why the silence, here, there, everywhere ?
THE MAMMOTH DENTIST

Brisbane, Australia

#25035 Jan 30, 2013
I had a friend so afflicted with myopia
that she believed stars were theoretical, and
that the sky’s dim blur smudged over the
blades and furrows of the earth.

I learn that it is true:
that where my bright companions loiter
are radiant vacancies
subtle abysses uttering
efflorescences of lost time. These traces
like my pages, periodic pulses propositioning sense,
quick flashes to the dishes, open or closed,
straight frame to be spooled through, wound silk thick.

You and I orbit to different clocks
Solar and sidereal
thralled in the day’s straying blaze
or scintillating in the chill romance of distance

I read in the news about a woman.
This was supposed to be about her.
She flew a plane without knowing how.
She managed what they call a good landing;
that is, one from which
you walk away.

I didn’t want to know the details.
Her husband calling.
Her choices being to huddle around his last breath
or to fly the plane.

In such moments we are compelled to consider gravity:
Bernoulli’s law telling us that the wing’s curved and flat edges
flush air to make the vacuum known as lift
a myth as well told as an apple dropping from a tree
untasted.

Against this, jet propulsion.
complicated by flaps, slats, wheels, and foils
to curb or carve our hurtling
elixir of naphtha and kerosene
Angles and intensities of beams, deduce us!
Calibrate our disorders to our desires,
with diffraction and fractional distillation
dissect the rocks and water
unspell the cyclic aliphatic; chain us to the fluid rush
of lines across lines; tell us
how to douse oil from a stone–
recite to us from the Kitab al-asrar
with ciphers and deliquescences
write over that apocrypha about sincerity
that the bust without a slip could be exhibited
without wax
argue instead for the water that keeps its shape
and burns
proverb us into silence

I’ve left her suspended on an exhalation
waiting for the scruff that means either life
or the certainty of decay
ion by ion repelling space to
sate an appetite for pattern
Fibonacci sequences pascaling us to faith
Is it just that rocks and seeds are like that?
Pity us.

Lock into a sea of frequencies
121.5, number of souls indeterminate
careening some miles above an unseen ocean
where the vitreous and resinous resolve
to the caress of fur on amber.
Interference.

leavings of a frozen sea
remnants of a dying star
hydrocarbons, whale oil
on these we tack the certainty
of magnetic north

here’s where the parabola and the valley coincide
the thunderstorms far
the thunderstorms near
and Sagittarian hiss

She circled the line ten times
was this blindness or emphasis?
At last she came down.

I sometimes stand in the evening and look up
map you altitude to azimuth

A satellite is an object that tumbles at the rate the world falls........

ever and always twinned in disaster
THE MAMMOTH DENTIST

Brisbane, Australia

#25036 Jan 30, 2013
Death by hazy associations?

Death by the dimness of quotidium?

(Is this an autopsy or are you just happy to see me?)

Death by making up words like “quotidium.”

Hurry! it’s a foot race

to make up as many words as you can
as fast as you can
to describe what we think we see
in all our closest associates.........

The hard part about being a human is
you have to move around and say things.

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#25037 Jan 31, 2013
Stupid people annoy the hell out of me. Whew! That feels better.
THE MAMMOTH DENTIST

Brisbane, Australia

#25038 Jan 31, 2013
Former Girlfriends

Wanting to stay

in touch

is just like

doing heroin, or speed:


If you’re not

almost dying each time

then you’re not

doing it right.

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