Monthly Archives: July 2005

Light a Candle for Peace & No Blogs for Peace….


  I am going to leave this blog up for one week, maybe longer! I want everyone who passes by to go to http://www.webshots.com/sp/peace_candle/ and light a candle for peace. I am also requesting that every else to add the above address on … Continue reading

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Thanks to MSN & Everyone Who Has Visited


Hey Now Kidz,   Just a note of thanks to the editorial staff of MSNBC for making this hippie’s world a little brighter by featuring my space in their "Whats My Story" section.  My fifteen minutes has come and gone.  It’s … Continue reading

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Get Together…


Chet Powers and Dino Valenti©1963Irving Music, Inc. Love is but a song we sing, and fear’s the way we dieYou can make the mountains ring, or make the angels cryTho’ the bird is on the wing, and you may not … Continue reading

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Racism


  A BLACK MAN WALKS INTO A CAFE EARLY ONE MORNING AND NOTICES HE’S THE ONLY ONE THERE AS HE SAT DOWN HE NOTICED A WHITE MAN SAT BEHIND HIM, THE WHITE MAN SAID "COLOURED PEOPLE ARN’T ALLOWED IN HERE" … Continue reading

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I’m A Stickler for Dates…


Last night I put myself through the drudgery of a PBS telehon..  The Show I was watching was called Music 104, Sounds of the Sixties. Durning the breaks when PBS was pitching their marketing materials, CD’s & DVD’s, they kept … Continue reading

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Selling out & the Environment…


 Keeping it green.  Seems like everytime I tune to broadcast TV and the commercials come on  (I read during them) I hear another classic rock song attached to some nonevironmental product.  Mostly fossil fuel burners.  What is happening to the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on London, Pride of Man


The insanity in London made me think of a poem written back in 1962 by Beat Poet, Writer, Actor, & Musician, Hamilton Camp.  Who says history doesn’t repeat itself, even through an old poem.  Incidentally this poem was covered musically by Quicksilver … Continue reading

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