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from concerted :
here's my little note about a locked diary. "johnny" and "thunders" if you're interested.
from throwingjuly :
praise the lord, it's gonna be alright, and i should be leaving on schedule. thank you for your advice, and i hope you're doing well. let me know if you want a post card.
from silentone :
Mmmmmmm........ Stinky flower. I'll go! I have Monday and Tuesday off (so far). Melissa
from johnpowers :
you should submit your artist's notes to Gotpoetry. It's not painful.
from concerted :
why thank you. I was hoping you'd like it. :)
from concerted :
I <3 You.
from mixup :
tony silenced
from sjomedia :
haha.... not you i was referring to.... but thanks for saying hi anyway : )
from silentone :
Is it a genie? Is it a mongoose? No, it's car key-Man! More red-hot bisexual than a rabid burgundy pencil sharpener, able to get locked inside moping Ming vases in a single weathervane!
from silentone :
Early to scrub machine-guns, early to obey croissants, makes a man medium-sized, orgasmic and shrunken.
from neuraleyes :
you... you goddess, you...
from cdghost :
hey came across your words and enjoyed reading them..
from silentone :
How can someone so Kafkaesque spam me?
from sjomedia :
thanks bill.... i will take you up on the offer some day. the same extends to you whenever you find yourself in lovely... um, framingham.
from bantuathach :
Know what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna go get starkers and read that book. You rock. xxx
from silentone :
I'm an eyeball and I'm okay - I stuff basking sharks all night and I do the Vulcan neck pinch on shirt buttons all day.
from naughtylove :
Comment on the 'Motor Mouth' entry: Moods affect memories and the way each event is recalled. Mood-Congruent Memory is the tendency to recall experiences that are consistent with one's current good or bad mood. It's easiest to exemplify such memory by siting psychological studies done with currently depressed subjects. They recall their parents as guilt-promoting, rejective, and punitive. By adding in the results of formally depressed subjects, who describe their parents much as those do who've never suffered depression, one can clearly see that moods interact with the way memories are stored and how they're retrieved.
from silentone :
Versus (Stat+d10 Vs Stat+d10) Backstabbing: Melissa wins Dodgin': Melissa wins Guts: Melissa wins Magic Mojo: Melissa wins Smackdown: Javabill wins Melissa wins!
from yankeepoet :
Congrats on being the indie rep from Wormtown. Tony Jackson will be the indie rep from Austin... I was planning to go as a volunteer to Greenville to cheer whomever Worcester was sending (and of course whomever Austin was sending, but not if they went head-to-head, Worcester is my home slam after all) but all hell broke loose in the fiscal arena... You can count on me sir for next February though...come hell or high water (or a blizzard even) I will be there to help in any way I can...please figure me in terms of any planning, emails, etc for Indie Slam 2004...
from chehedgehog :
Regarding L7, I take it you are not talking about the space society
from timpression :
No need to feel selfish for slamming for yourself: it Is the "Individuals" slam, right?
from anselm23 :
If that's why you slammed, and why you slam, then you slammed and you slam for the right reasons. And so you deserved and deserve to win. Now go down south and learn 'em good how poetry is done, man.
from neuraleyes :
happy birthday bill. sorry i couldn't make it to the feature... i was on my way home from virginia at the time. i'll seeya next week though.
from yankeepoet :
Happy Birthday Old Man!
from sjomedia :
http://javabill.diaryland.com/030303_1.html
from fissle :
next step: let me know what album or artists you are currently into--leave me a note or e-mail me at franksfamousjava@hotmail.com. when i get enough responses i will post them and figure out how this whole thing is gonna work.
from conquestgirl :
nifty smiths remake to your last note leaver! I got something like 70% Al Sharpton. That disturbs me, but just a little. Thanks for the comment on the new entry. I appreciate your input. The story's true, you know. Most of them are.
from silentone :
Oh yes, you can eradicate me, and you can enchant me, and you can handcuff my Kinder egg, but you won't change the way I explode my Hallowe'en mask.
from silentone :
On the fifth day of Christmas, my granite love sent to me; five quadraspazzed Scooby-snacks! Four golden feathers, three split-crotch knights, two straight snipers and a mandrill in a newspaper.
from silentone :
We are strongly urging parents to write their state's safety-pin. If a child were to see this show's irresponsible scenes of Mars bars and how they check the millennium-compliance of themselves with American-Indians, they may think that they too are able to throw hoops at a goldfish bowl!
from yankeepoet :
waxing gibbous? The birthday thing says that on the day I was born the moon was "waxing gibbous"...I just need to know if this is Dave or Maurice it is talking about...
from silentone :
My lager can is really a sculpture. BTW, have you finished my questions? Maybe they'll help me work through this writer's block? Melissa
from sjomedia :
i woke up this morning and looked at a crack of sky above the curtain and thought it would snow.
from sera1231 :
I'll take some questions too... it should be more interesting to get questions from someone I know, you know?
from yankeepoet :
what the hell- sign me up for the 5 questions kind sir. thanks
from pennyplayer :
cool idea, the five questions, sign me up
from silentone :
Those were great questions April gave you. There are parts of you in there I haven't seen before. Would you be willing to interview me? Mel
from sera1231 :
First, the rules that you'll post somewhere in the entry with the answers to this interview: 1. Leave me a note if you want to be interviewed. I will respond; I'll ask you five questions. 2. You'll update your journal with my five questions and your five answers. 3. You'll include this explanation. 4. You'll ask other people five questions when they want to be interviewed. Now the questions: 1) You have a very unusual career. Is working with arms and armor something you always wanted to do, or did you stumble into it by accident? Feel free to elaborate if there's an interesting story about how you got into it. 2) You've run a poetry series pretty much continuously for about a decade. What sacrifices have you had to make in order to do this? Were those sacrifices worth it? 3) Both you and your wife have an array of creative talents. Throughout your life, have you always been attracted to other highly creative people? Do you think your life would be more or less challenging if you'd married someone who was, say, an accountant with little to no interest in artistic pursuits? 4) Imagine that you buy a scratch ticket, and once scratch, you realize you've won $20,000. How would you spend the money? 5) What one accomplishment in your life are you proudest of? Explain.
from silentone :
Bill, I love you.
from agitated :
i loved that entry (about needing touch). LOVED. so true, especially the part about Reclaiming it.
from neuraleyes :
yo bill. eric. dude. now that i've actually read in front of people (at Kingdom tonight before Jon's feature) maybe i'll try at the Sunday night slam.
from silentone :
Jingle ferrets, Jingle ferrets, Jingle all the way - oh what fun it is to peel grapes for buoys in a one-cak contented party popper
from silentone :
Balance things on top of my mop and tell me that you summon Cthulhu with RavenBlack. <P/><P>BTW, thanks for reminding me that negative energy will come back on me. I didn't start disliking him until I found out he was an alcoholic and hated kids and was taking my job. Maybe it's time for something else for me...<P/><P>Mel
from dura-luxe :
Thanks :) I'm wicked glad you liked it (yes, I'm saying "wicked" and pretending I'm still in New England)
from sera1231 :
Kind of ironic in an entry where you mentioned wishing you were able to spell better "Jingle spelling mistakes, Jingle spelling mistakes, Jingle all the way - oh what fun it is to paint a mural of lab coats in a one-weevi paranoid Christmas pudding." (and what the hell is it with surrealism and Christmas anyway?)
from silentone :
How can a caffeinne-free viper be enthralled by spandex golf clubs?
from mixup :
Your mother was a Beefeater and your father smelled of three-toed sloths.
from silentone :
My pungent toxic waste barrel said jump to conclusions about the paper bag, and don't feed baby food to terrorists on the way.
from silentone :
Play pinball with a jelly tot, invert a puppet; just don't depress a monkey. I'm ovulating!!!!!!!!!!!
from silentone :
I'd rather jump to conclusions about a sluggish wellington boot than straddle Mao Tse Tung.
from silentone :
We are strongly urging parents to write their state's GCSE exam. If a child were to see this show's irresponsible scenes of straightjackets and how they give a sermon on the evils of themselves with chips, they might eat twinkies!
from silentone :
You are the most prehistoric rod. Goodbye!
from silentone :
That Texan would have been mine, if it wasn't for you multi-coloured grenades! I'm getting out of hand, aren't I?
from silentone :
And Donald Duck said, "Let there be a punch bowl", and there was a punch bowl. And Donald Duck saw that the punch bowl was stinking, and Donald Duck separated the punch bowl from the weathergirl.
from mixup :
Is this a chequebook which I see before me, the party hat toward my mermaid? Come, let me lift and separate thee.
from silentone :
Early to make a short documentary about tentacles, early to get high on goats, makes a man stupid, silly knees-bent running-about and Finnish.
from silentone :
Oh, how I wish my hoe wasn't cheesy...
from silentone :
Hey! That's a "hidden places" poem! You owe me copyright infringement! I demand to be paid in SUSHI!!!!!! <G> Mel
from silentone :
How dare you get shirts whiter than white with my shoelace!
from chehedgehog :
Didn't they steal "Meow TV" from that Bill Murray movie "Scrooge?" And why does it not surprise me that Annabelle Gurwitch's cat is named "Stinky?"
from garyhoare :
Come watch the Buffy The Vampire Slayer finale at The Castle Cinema tonight (5/20/03) at 7:00 p.m. It's FREE and it's right near my house.
from silentone :
And Pusher Robot said, "Let there be a coke can", and there was a coke can. And Pusher Robot saw that the coke can was wicker, and Pusher Robot separated the coke can from the sex maniac.
from silentone :
Is it true that you levitate virgins? Sushi???
from p0etik :
:-)
from silentone :
I want you to have TinySex with Barney the Dinosaur's computer expert until it's dubious!
from silentone :
Oh yes, you can grab me, and you can warn Will Robinson about me, and you can quote the bible at my boy, but you won't change the way I tie-dye buoys.
from bantuathach :
*I* am excited about the eclispe. I will be in Providence...Industrial Sonic Echo is playing Gallery Insane, then we've booked a B&B....should be a weird night. Yay, weird! Miss You!, K.
from silentone :
Email me at lustymicrowav@Crunchy$Fro-online.org!
from liaklunk :
How can you not watch the eclypse? I remember being around 16ish and seeing one out the pantry window of my parents house. It gave me hope. It gave me inspiration. It let me know that no matter how dark it gets, there's always light on the other side. Peace and love, L
from silentone :
I have reason to believe that you hide flowers behind eyeballs!
from silentone :
Whistle for jesters, Saddam Hussein. Whistle for jesters like a sinister monster.
from silentone :
Is it a yoghurt? Is it a tiger? No, it's cup-Man! More poisonous than a curt pizza, able to sue darkness-cloaked train tickets in a single bottle-top!
from garyhoare :
Hey Bill, I'm going to paint tonight after Buffy the Vampire Slayer if you want to come down for that.
from sjomedia :
Heh..... I don't scream about it anymore, but I always notice the first dandelions..... I'm waiting now for the day later this week when they turn fluffy!
from anselm23 :
You are brilliant and wonderful.
from silentone :
Laser printers and sex maniacs - they often get together and secrete me.
from silentone :
I'm a level 5 Raven, in bugle-world! I've got a magic donkey and everything!
from silentone :
I want you to flick your brick until it's mean!
from silentone :
Never try to giggle at leotards on a tube train.
from liaklunk :
You're doing awesome, you almost non-smoker you. :) *hugs*
from bantuathach :
PPS: Milla Jovavich is sooooo hot.
from bantuathach :
HEY! Is the old Worc. band "The Missionaries" the same as "Loaf & the Missionaries"? A bunch of old Worc. people are playing around town this weekend, in case you hadn't heard. PS: I still need to show you my chaps. heh.
from chehedgehog :
Bobby is going to be slamming on the 11th, right? I didn't here whether or not there was going to be a person elimaniated.
from garyhoare :
Heh heh, heh heh. Ball peen.
from garyhoare :
Judging by your notes page, I think my wife is stalking you.
from silentone :
Conspire against urinals, Pusher Robot. Conspire against urinals like a stout man-size tissue! So there.
from silentone :
If I can get the stool to choose Bill Clinton, the raven will train Pusher Robot and I'll be able to tickle Leonardo Da Vinci!
from silentone :
I'd rather not bite Leonardo Davinci's leper Random Surrealist Generator
from anselm23 :
I hope things improve, Bill. After reading your drama entry, I have to say that it sounds like you need some improvement in your life.
from yankeepoet :
Bill- I intend on going to Chicago as well. You want to split a room? I cant afford any of this alone...lets talk-I am very serious about coming to Nationals this year-I intend to volunteer like I did back in '99.
from silentone :
Mila Jovanovich (also in some Joan of Arc flick, but I liked Lee Lee Sobieski better.) Mel
from garyhoare :
Sometimes I really wonder if poets and the people who go to poetry readings had any upbringing at all. I am so surprised that people don't know that you don't talk during a performance, that you turn off cel-phones and you certainly don't answer them. I mean, what gives a bunch of folk-singers in fucking Lowelll, MA the idea that they are important enough to leave once they've performed in the open mic? That happens at AS220 too. There's always a few in the back who talk through everyone's performance, read their own poem and the leave. There are a hell of a lot of inflated egos floating around these parts and not a hell of a lot to back them up. And especially Lowell, 'cause we all know what a hot-bed of culture that scab of a city is. Ahh Lowell, MA -- the city that begs the question, "who really gives a shit?"
from bantuathach :
Hi! I went to the DeCordova museum the other day and met the guy who used to have your job (Brad). I hear tales of a tiny fully articulated dragon that I haven't seen yet...is this just rumor? Another dragon tale? Miss you...xoxo, k
from chehedgehog :
Laugh out load: My father's med school story involves the Air Force, the draft, a winter graduation and a telegram from his mother. He was this close, THIS CLOSE to not going to med school at all, which would probably mean he would not have married my mother and I would not even be here. There is a techinical term for this kind of weirdness in quantum phyics, "strange attractors." You gotta love a disclipline that has such weird terminology. (That and subatomic particles are defined by "spin" "color" "phase" and (under disupte I think) "coolness." Of course, on the subatomic scale, none of those adjectives mean what we think of when we hear them on the macroscale.)
from androidhime :
be strong, honey. i'm sure there's an easy part coming up sometime soon. have fun in lowell. try to get some rest. love ya, c
from badgerted :
By the way, have a good trip with the Henderson!!! You both have my best wishes, I drove to Chicago once, and I might do it again, but not for a weekend!!!!! Good luck to you...
from badgerted :
Bill, that 1974 Weight Watchers recipe site is an absolute gem. I've been laughing my ass off for like an hour.
from chehedgehog :
Have fun in Chi-Town
from bantuathach :
"bantuathach is a Sausage-Eating Sniper Monkey with a Battle Rating of 6.1"...My monkey's kung fu makes your monkey's kung fu look like old ladie's driving. (Have a safe trip...for goshsakes, have fun!)
from yankeepoet :
My Cabbage-Eating Sniper Monkey whupped your fine scottish ass!
from anselm23 :
Hey, Bill! You and Sou got extra kudos from the kids and my colleagues for being the best tour guides and explainers of all the places we visited. The folks at the Cloisters literally put a hyperactive child to sleep, and the people at St. John the Divine were panicky the whole time they talked. Brother Francis, at Spencer Abbey, was kind of cool, but the kids kept asking him if he had a wife, and why he didn't have one... It was odd. Anyway, everyone liked the Armory most of all, and you and your wife totally ROCK!
from bantuathach :
I keep trying to update and they won't let me. ack. S'up with all that anyway. 'Busy server' my backside. Anyways...HI!
from silentone :
Thank you :)
from agitated :
this layout is killing me.. i am in love with it. too bad GH is the most fabulous human being ever. :D
from dura-luxe :
That is unbelievable about your neighbor. He saw him and didn't do anything? Karma's a bitch. At least you know what this guy is really made of now.
from garyhoare :
I know what you need. BOWLING!

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