Discussion:
A cat walking on a keyboard can write a better poem than Will Dockery
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Orson Wells as Citizen_Cain
2006-09-05 02:39:46 UTC
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It's true. So, so true.
Robbie Wright
2006-09-05 03:00:57 UTC
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It's true. So, so true.
Yeah, and I would have been your father, but I was 3 cent short...
Will Dockery
2006-09-05 03:17:26 UTC
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Post by Orson Wells as Citizen_Cain
It's true. So, so true.
Yeah, and I would have been your father, but I was 3 cent short...
You've met Barbie Catshit, you've met Mush-Mouth... now, from stage
left: Alex "Dink" Cain:

http://www.insurgent.org/~kook-faq/dink/index3x.html

1. Who is Alex Cain?

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A 28-year-old loser from Griffin, Georgia. A 1994 graduate of Griffin
High School, at last report he claims to have graduated from Georgia
College & State University in Milledgeville, GA with a BA in English.
He previously attended Gordon College in Barnesville, GA, where he
described himself as an "aspiring theatre student". Perpetually
unemployed (and apparently unemployable), his college and living
expenses are paid for by his father James, a (retired?) middle school
teacher in Griffin. He does not own a car, most likely because he is
too short to reach the pedals.

3. Why is he called "Dink"?
"Dink" is a reference to his diminutive stature. He admits to being
5'6", but photographic evidence points to him being closer to 5'4". His
photos are now widely available. The epithet was originally coined by
RSPW poster ILOVEUWXX on September 19th, 1998, and Dink has done his
level best to live down to it ever since. Due to the wide variety of
groups that Dink crossposts to, his nickname has become indelibly
associated with him Usenet-wide, with nearly ten thousand messages in
Google containing "alex," "dink," and "cain" in the message bodies.
It's well worth pointing out that this does not include some of Dink's
biggest detractors, many of whom use the X-No-Archive header which
prevents their archival in Google.

15. Why does Dink hate certain Usenet residents so much that he replies
to almost every post they make (including those that don't even mention
him)?
Dink hates anyone who has figured him out for who and what he really
is. His anger and rage are only limited by the fact that he's generally
too impotent and incompetent to do much of anything. Even when those
users completely ignore him and never reply to his posts, he continues
to respond to their posts, even if the posts have nothing to do with
him.
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Usenet's favorite midget!

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"Fadeaway Encounter" by Dockery-Conley:
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

Will Dockery and the Shadowville All-Stars
see http://shadowvilleallstars.muddywolf.net/
Orson Wells as Citizen_Cain
2006-09-05 03:23:13 UTC
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It's true. So, so true.
Yeah, and I would have been your father, but I was 3 cent short...
You've met Barbie Catshit, you've met Mush-Mouth... now, from stage
As opposed to Will "Not a drunken fool, really" Dockery?


- snip dockery obsession and ownage -
Peter J Ross
2006-09-05 03:31:44 UTC
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It's true. So, so true.
Yeah, and I would have been your father, but I was 3 cent short...
You've met Barbie Catshit, you've met Mush-Mouth... now, from stage
http://www.netcabal.com/auk/kookle.php?search=will+dockery
Why do so many of your posts need to be fixed in the interests of
truth, thief?

PJR :-)
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Dennis M. Hammes
2006-09-05 12:47:01 UTC
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It's true. So, so true.
Yeah, and I would have been your father, but I was 3 cent short...
That ain't what was too short.
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Peter J Ross
2006-09-05 02:59:44 UTC
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On Mon, 4 Sep 2006 22:39:46 -0400, Orson Wells as Citizen_Cain
Post by Orson Wells as Citizen_Cain
It's true. So, so true.
But Dockery is still 27 inches taller than you, Dink.

It must really suck to be a dwarf who has nothing better to do than to
take flame wars into real life.

I pity you, Dink.

PJR :-)
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Robbie Wright
2006-09-05 03:12:55 UTC
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http://www.myspace.com/surfingmavericks

Band Members

Dr. BONGO
(Dennis Beck):
Hawaiian Guitar
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard/Electronica

Dr. MAGNIFICO
(Jordan Beck)
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard
Bass

Dr. POGO
(John Phillips)
Drums/Percussion
Keyboard
Bass

Look for Surfing Mavericks .mp3s from Dr. BONGO soon!

Influences:
Dick Dale and His Deltones, The Ventures, The Chantays, The Shadows,
The Surfaris, The Trashmen, The Kingsmen, Echo and The Bunnymen, Buddy
Holly and The Crickets, The Animals, The Doors, Santo and Johnny, El
Santo, Los Straitjackets, The Ramones, Eric Von Zipper, Man or
Astroman, Laika and The Cosmonauts, The Boss Martians, Rod Serling, The
Belairs, The Hondells, The Neatbeats, Sandy Nelson, Jack Costanza, The
Challengers, The Champs, The Lively Ones, The Mar-Kets, Ry Cooder,
Eddie Cochran, Southern Culture on The Skids, Duane Eddy, Johnny Cash,
Jan and Dean, Harry Dean Stanton, James Bond, Spies Who Surf, John
Barry, The Manatees, The Aqua Velvets, The Duo-Tones, Teisco Del Rey,
The Buena Vista Social Club, Huevos Rancheros
Sounds Like: What underneath the Santa Cruz pier smells like.
Paul Heslop
2006-09-05 07:35:57 UTC
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http://www.myspace.com/surfingmavericks
Band Members
Dr. BONGO
Hawaiian Guitar
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard/Electronica
Dr. MAGNIFICO
(Jordan Beck)
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard
Bass
Dr. POGO
(John Phillips)
Drums/Percussion
Keyboard
Bass
Look for Surfing Mavericks .mp3s from Dr. BONGO soon!
Dick Dale and His Deltones, The Ventures, The Chantays, The Shadows,
The Surfaris, The Trashmen, The Kingsmen, Echo and The Bunnymen, Buddy
Holly and The Crickets, The Animals, The Doors, Santo and Johnny, El
Santo, Los Straitjackets, The Ramones, Eric Von Zipper, Man or
Astroman, Laika and The Cosmonauts, The Boss Martians, Rod Serling, The
Belairs, The Hondells, The Neatbeats, Sandy Nelson, Jack Costanza, The
Challengers, The Champs, The Lively Ones, The Mar-Kets, Ry Cooder,
Eddie Cochran, Southern Culture on The Skids, Duane Eddy, Johnny Cash,
Jan and Dean, Harry Dean Stanton, James Bond, Spies Who Surf, John
Barry, The Manatees, The Aqua Velvets, The Duo-Tones, Teisco Del Rey,
The Buena Vista Social Club, Huevos Rancheros
Sounds Like: What underneath the Santa Cruz pier smells like.
that's a really shit poem
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Will Dockery
2006-09-05 15:40:14 UTC
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http://www.myspace.com/surfingmavericks
Band Members
Dr. BONGO
Hawaiian Guitar
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard/Electronica
Dr. MAGNIFICO
(Jordan Beck)
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard
Bass
Dr. POGO
(John Phillips)
Drums/Percussion
Keyboard
Bass
Look for Surfing Mavericks .mp3s from Dr. BONGO soon!
Dick Dale and His Deltones, The Ventures, The Chantays, The Shadows,
The Surfaris, The Trashmen, The Kingsmen, Echo and The Bunnymen, Buddy
Holly and The Crickets, The Animals, The Doors, Santo and Johnny, El
Santo, Los Straitjackets, The Ramones, Eric Von Zipper, Man or
Astroman, Laika and The Cosmonauts, The Boss Martians, Rod Serling, The
Belairs, The Hondells, The Neatbeats, Sandy Nelson, Jack Costanza, The
Challengers, The Champs, The Lively Ones, The Mar-Kets, Ry Cooder,
Eddie Cochran, Southern Culture on The Skids, Duane Eddy, Johnny Cash,
Jan and Dean, Harry Dean Stanton, James Bond, Spies Who Surf, John
Barry, The Manatees, The Aqua Velvets, The Duo-Tones, Teisco Del Rey,
The Buena Vista Social Club, Huevos Rancheros
Sounds Like: What underneath the Santa Cruz pier smells like.
that's a really shit poem
Wait'll Beck loads the tracks.

--
"Fadeaway Encounter" by Dockery-Conley:
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

Will Dockery and the Shadowville All-Stars
see http://shadowvilleallstars.muddywolf.net/
Will Dockery
2006-09-10 14:21:06 UTC
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http://www.myspace.com/surfingmavericks
Band Members
Dr. BONGO
Hawaiian Guitar
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard/Electronica
Dr. MAGNIFICO
(Jordan Beck)
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard
Bass
Dr. POGO
(John Phillips)
Drums/Percussion
Keyboard
Bass
Look for Surfing Mavericks .mp3s from Dr. BONGO soon!
Dick Dale and His Deltones, The Ventures, The Chantays, The Shadows,
The Surfaris, The Trashmen, The Kingsmen, Echo and The Bunnymen, Buddy
Holly and The Crickets, The Animals, The Doors, Santo and Johnny, El
Santo, Los Straitjackets, The Ramones, Eric Von Zipper, Man or
Astroman, Laika and The Cosmonauts, The Boss Martians, Rod Serling, The
Belairs, The Hondells, The Neatbeats, Sandy Nelson, Jack Costanza, The
Challengers, The Champs, The Lively Ones, The Mar-Kets, Ry Cooder,
Eddie Cochran, Southern Culture on The Skids, Duane Eddy, Johnny Cash,
Jan and Dean, Harry Dean Stanton, James Bond, Spies Who Surf, John
Barry, The Manatees, The Aqua Velvets, The Duo-Tones, Teisco Del Rey,
The Buena Vista Social Club, Huevos Rancheros
Sounds Like: What underneath the Santa Cruz pier smells like.
that's a really shit poem
They're in it for the music, though they've backed me with my poetry in
the past.

--
"Ozone Stigmata" by Will Dockery
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

The Ride (Combat Zone) by Shadowville All-Stars
Video by Janis Petersen:

Orson Wells as Citizen_Cain
2006-09-15 03:42:49 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
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http://www.myspace.com/surfingmavericks
Band Members
Dr. BONGO
Hawaiian Guitar
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard/Electronica
Dr. MAGNIFICO
(Jordan Beck)
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard
Bass
Dr. POGO
(John Phillips)
Drums/Percussion
Keyboard
Bass
Look for Surfing Mavericks .mp3s from Dr. BONGO soon!
Dick Dale and His Deltones, The Ventures, The Chantays, The Shadows,
The Surfaris, The Trashmen, The Kingsmen, Echo and The Bunnymen, Buddy
Holly and The Crickets, The Animals, The Doors, Santo and Johnny, El
Santo, Los Straitjackets, The Ramones, Eric Von Zipper, Man or
Astroman, Laika and The Cosmonauts, The Boss Martians, Rod Serling, The
Belairs, The Hondells, The Neatbeats, Sandy Nelson, Jack Costanza, The
Challengers, The Champs, The Lively Ones, The Mar-Kets, Ry Cooder,
Eddie Cochran, Southern Culture on The Skids, Duane Eddy, Johnny Cash,
Jan and Dean, Harry Dean Stanton, James Bond, Spies Who Surf, John
Barry, The Manatees, The Aqua Velvets, The Duo-Tones, Teisco Del Rey,
The Buena Vista Social Club, Huevos Rancheros
Sounds Like: What underneath the Santa Cruz pier smells like.
that's a really shit poem
They're in it for the music, though they've backed me with my poetry in
the past.
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How do you write music for crap?
Beau Blue
2006-09-15 15:07:00 UTC
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Post by Robbie Wright
http://www.myspace.com/surfingmavericks
Band Members
Dr. BONGO
Hawaiian Guitar
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard/Electronica
Dr. MAGNIFICO
(Jordan Beck)
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard
Bass
Dr. POGO
(John Phillips)
Drums/Percussion
Keyboard
Bass
Look for Surfing Mavericks .mp3s from Dr. BONGO soon!
Dick Dale and His Deltones, The Ventures, The Chantays, The Shadows,
The Surfaris, The Trashmen, The Kingsmen, Echo and The Bunnymen, Buddy
Holly and The Crickets, The Animals, The Doors, Santo and Johnny, El
Santo, Los Straitjackets, The Ramones, Eric Von Zipper, Man or
Astroman, Laika and The Cosmonauts, The Boss Martians, Rod Serling, The
Belairs, The Hondells, The Neatbeats, Sandy Nelson, Jack Costanza, The
Challengers, The Champs, The Lively Ones, The Mar-Kets, Ry Cooder,
Eddie Cochran, Southern Culture on The Skids, Duane Eddy, Johnny Cash,
Jan and Dean, Harry Dean Stanton, James Bond, Spies Who Surf, John
Barry, The Manatees, The Aqua Velvets, The Duo-Tones, Teisco Del Rey,
The Buena Vista Social Club, Huevos Rancheros
Sounds Like: What underneath the Santa Cruz pier smells like.
that's a really shit poem
They're in it for the music, though they've backed me with my poetry
Still claiming your 'unspeakable shit' is something other than
unspeakable shit, huh Twitch. Sad, Bill, really, really
sad.

-blue
Post by Will Dockery
in
the past.
~ Beau Blue Presents ~ <> http://members.cruzio.com/~jjwebb
Bill Minor * Robert Sward <> Internet Broadsides
Morton Marcus * Renay <> Contemporary American Poetry
~ Blue's Cruzio Cafe ~ <> http://members.cruzio.com/~cafe
Will Dockery
2006-09-15 15:13:58 UTC
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http://www.myspace.com/surfingmavericks
Band Members
Dr. BONGO
Hawaiian Guitar
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard/Electronica
Dr. MAGNIFICO
(Jordan Beck)
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard
Bass
Dr. POGO
(John Phillips)
Drums/Percussion
Keyboard
Bass
Look for Surfing Mavericks .mp3s from Dr. BONGO soon!
Dick Dale and His Deltones, The Ventures, The Chantays, The Shadows,
The Surfaris, The Trashmen, The Kingsmen, Echo and The Bunnymen, Buddy
Holly and The Crickets, The Animals, The Doors, Santo and Johnny, El
Santo, Los Straitjackets, The Ramones, Eric Von Zipper, Man or
Astroman, Laika and The Cosmonauts, The Boss Martians, Rod Serling, The
Belairs, The Hondells, The Neatbeats, Sandy Nelson, Jack Costanza, The
Challengers, The Champs, The Lively Ones, The Mar-Kets, Ry Cooder,
Eddie Cochran, Southern Culture on The Skids, Duane Eddy, Johnny Cash,
Jan and Dean, Harry Dean Stanton, James Bond, Spies Who Surf, John
Barry, The Manatees, The Aqua Velvets, The Duo-Tones, Teisco Del Rey,
The Buena Vista Social Club, Huevos Rancheros
Sounds Like: What underneath the Santa Cruz pier smells like.
Still
<jealousbluewhinesnip>

Hmmm. After snipping your jealous whine there's nothing left, Blue.

--
"Ozone Stigmata" by Dockery-Conley:
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

Will Dockery and the Shadowville All-Stars
see http://shadowvilleallstars.muddywolf.net/
Beau Blue
2006-09-15 15:32:43 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Post by Robbie Wright
http://www.myspace.com/surfingmavericks
Band Members
Dr. BONGO
Hawaiian Guitar
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard/Electronica
Dr. MAGNIFICO
(Jordan Beck)
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard
Bass
Dr. POGO
(John Phillips)
Drums/Percussion
Keyboard
Bass
Look for Surfing Mavericks .mp3s from Dr. BONGO soon!
Dick Dale and His Deltones, The Ventures, The Chantays, The Shadows,
The Surfaris, The Trashmen, The Kingsmen, Echo and The Bunnymen, Buddy
Holly and The Crickets, The Animals, The Doors, Santo and Johnny, El
Santo, Los Straitjackets, The Ramones, Eric Von Zipper, Man or
Astroman, Laika and The Cosmonauts, The Boss Martians, Rod Serling, The
Belairs, The Hondells, The Neatbeats, Sandy Nelson, Jack Costanza, The
Challengers, The Champs, The Lively Ones, The Mar-Kets, Ry Cooder,
Eddie Cochran, Southern Culture on The Skids, Duane Eddy, Johnny Cash,
Jan and Dean, Harry Dean Stanton, James Bond, Spies Who Surf, John
Barry, The Manatees, The Aqua Velvets, The Duo-Tones, Teisco Del Rey,
The Buena Vista Social Club, Huevos Rancheros
Sounds Like: What underneath the Santa Cruz pier smells like.
Still
<jealousbluewhinesnip>
Hmmm. After snipping your jealous whine there's nothing left, Blue.
Point to whatever it is you think I'm jealous of, delivery boy. Your
job? Your cartoons? Your (cough, cough) writings? Your faux GED?
Your abilities as an internet publisher? Your philosophy that
ignorance and indolence are viable lifestyle choices? Your Dickel
hangovers? The lifestyle you've provided for your kids? The last
dollar tip you got from the Fugalugs? What?

I know prison inmates that don't want your life, boozer. Look in that
Pizza Roma mirror and try to see what's really there. A middle-aged
Pizza delivery boy. A drunken, deadbeat dad. A talentless boob with
narcissistic personality disorder. A clueless caricature of a dumb
southern boy, loaded with bravado and stupidity and little else. Oh
yeah, Bill, everybody wants to be you, huh? Pizza Parlor day job,
spastic pretender at night. Oh yeah, everybody's jealous of you,
moron. Really.

Really sad.

-blue



~ Beau Blue Presents ~ <> http://members.cruzio.com/~jjwebb
Bill Minor * Robert Sward <> Internet Broadsides
Morton Marcus * Renay <> Contemporary American Poetry
~ Blue's Cruzio Cafe ~ <> http://members.cruzio.com/~cafe
Will Dockery
2006-09-15 15:41:44 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Post by Robbie Wright
http://www.myspace.com/surfingmavericks
Band Members
Dr. BONGO
Hawaiian Guitar
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard/Electronica
Dr. MAGNIFICO
(Jordan Beck)
Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Keyboard
Bass
Dr. POGO
(John Phillips)
Drums/Percussion
Keyboard
Bass
Look for Surfing Mavericks .mp3s from Dr. BONGO soon!
Dick Dale and His Deltones, The Ventures, The Chantays, The Shadows,
The Surfaris, The Trashmen, The Kingsmen, Echo and The Bunnymen, Buddy
Holly and The Crickets, The Animals, The Doors, Santo and Johnny, El
Santo, Los Straitjackets, The Ramones, Eric Von Zipper, Man or
Astroman, Laika and The Cosmonauts, The Boss Martians, Rod Serling, The
Belairs, The Hondells, The Neatbeats, Sandy Nelson, Jack Costanza, The
Challengers, The Champs, The Lively Ones, The Mar-Kets, Ry Cooder,
Eddie Cochran, Southern Culture on The Skids, Duane Eddy, Johnny Cash,
Jan and Dean, Harry Dean Stanton, James Bond, Spies Who Surf, John
Barry, The Manatees, The Aqua Velvets, The Duo-Tones, Teisco Del Rey,
The Buena Vista Social Club, Huevos Rancheros
Sounds Like: What underneath the Santa Cruz pier smells like.
Still
<jealousbluewhinesnip>
Hmmm. After snipping your jealous whine there's nothing left, Blue.
Point to whatever it is you think I'm jealous of
Here we are.

--
The Ride [Combat Zone]
Lyrics/Vocals by Will Dockery
Music by The Shadowville Allstars
Guitar: Dennis Beck
Bass: Jordan Beck
Drums: John Phillips
http://www.myspace.com/shadowvilleallstars

"Ozone Stigmata" by Will Dockery
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
Beau Blue
2006-09-15 16:09:45 UTC
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Point to whatever it is you think I'm jealous of
Here we are.
Same ol' unspeakable shit, Twitch. Same ol' shit.

192 views on myspace. Oh wow, how will I contain my jealousy?
Wasn't it /myspace/ that you were bitching about recently as being
a "piece of shit site"? That was you, huh? You're still posted there I
see. And with 192 views. What a hero.

So, Bill, you're sure I'm jealous of your unspeakable shit, not your
sterling career as a pizza parlor menial? The mirror in the mensroom
told you that, huh? Sad, Bill, really, really sad.

-blue


~ Beau Blue Presents ~ <> http://members.cruzio.com/~jjwebb
Bill Minor * Robert Sward <> Internet Broadsides
Morton Marcus * Renay <> Contemporary American Poetry
~ Blue's Cruzio Cafe ~ <> http://members.cruzio.com/~cafe
Will Dockery
2006-09-15 16:31:12 UTC
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Point to whatever it is you think I'm jealous of
Here we are.
Same ol' jealous whine from Blue.
192 views on myspace.
Best have another look, old pal:

http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

Either your eyes are fucked up or you're a jealous liar... or both.

My material is obviously superior to your cliched blues rehash and
screaming bimbo vocals, and that rankles you to no end.

Try harder and whine less, Blue.

--
"Ozone Stigmata" by Will Dockery
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

The Ride (Combat Zone) by Shadowville All-Stars
Video by Janis Petersen:
http://youtu.be/9lZ3VAmNTWc
Beau Blue
2006-09-15 16:49:47 UTC
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Post by Beau Blue
Point to whatever it is you think I'm jealous of
Here we are.
Same ol' jealous whine from Blue.
192 views on myspace.
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
Either your eyes are fucked up or you're a jealous liar... or both.
My material is obviously superior to your cliched blues rehash and
screaming bimbo vocals, and that rankles you to no end.
Try harder and whine less, Blue.
~ Beau Blue Presents ~ <> http://members.cruzio.com/~jjwebb
Bill Minor * Robert Sward <> Internet Broadsides
Morton Marcus * Renay <> Contemporary American Poetry
~ Blue's Cruzio Cafe ~ <> http://members.cruzio.com/~cafe
Placenta Jinn
2006-09-15 19:15:27 UTC
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Try harder and whine less, Blue.
Give it a shot, blue-boi!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Talentless tripe.
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Kluck
2006-09-15 22:21:06 UTC
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My material is obviously superior...
Superior to the death brays of a dying donkey, maybe.

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COOSN-266-06-25794
Dennis M. Hammes
2006-09-16 08:51:53 UTC
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My material is obviously superior...
Superior to the death brays of a dying donkey, maybe.
You insult the entire Middle East.
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Will Dockery
2006-09-16 10:25:11 UTC
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Post by Kluck
My material is obviously superior...
Superior to the death brays of a dying donkey, maybe.
You insult
Yeah, Blue's singer sounds like a drunken screaming bimbo but the poor
dying donkey couldn't be that bad.

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"Ozone Stigmata" by Will Dockery:
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

Will Dockery and the Shadowville All-Stars
see http://shadowvilleallstars.muddywolf.net/
ggamble
2006-09-16 15:45:10 UTC
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drunken screaming bimbo
zorro
Will Dockery
2006-09-16 18:02:14 UTC
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zorro
http://www.kannibaal.nl/zorro.mp3

"Can't beat the classics." -Peter J. Ross

"In my opinion Will Dockery is easily one of the most authentic
American
poets around. A real coffeehouse poet who is not scared of mingling
some
real American elements such as country music into his poetry. Whileas
you
just try to appear as European as possible with all your sucking up to
80
year old European surrealists..." -MH Benders

(Zorro press release, 2005 http://www.kannibaal.nl/shadowville.htm )
----

Zorro, still kicking ass a year later... thanks for the plug, Gasfly!

--
"Ozone Stigmata" by Will Dockery-Henry Conley
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

Greybeard Cavalier
Recorded at The Vault
Columbus, GA 31901
June 13, 2006
Vocals: Will Dockery. Music: The Shadowville Allstars.
Based on "Greybeard Cavalier" by Will Dockery, 0x0000 and Brian Fowler.

Video by Doug Cole
http://youtu.be/r6BGlXmtzE8
Dennis M. Hammes
2006-09-17 14:02:30 UTC
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Your Loving AJ
2006-09-17 14:20:02 UTC
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Nuf seD, suck-suck.
Translation needed:

Will has a supporter.
Dennis doesn't... his tiny balls hang out.


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Will Dockery
2006-09-17 17:21:36 UTC
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Nuf seD, suck-suck.
Will has a supporter.
Dennis doesn't... his tiny balls hang out.
Like his sword he picked 'em up in the Wal-Mart toy department.

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"Can't beat the classics." -Peter J. Ross

http://www.kannibaal.nl/zorro.mp3

"In my opinion Will Dockery is easily one of the most authentic
American poets around. A real coffeehouse poet who is not scared of
mingling
some real American elements such as country music into his poetry.
Whileas
you just try to appear as European as possible with all your sucking up
to
80 year old European surrealists..." -MH Benders

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ggamble
2006-09-17 17:28:33 UTC
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Like his sword he picked 'em up in the Wal-Mart toy department.
you contanstantly have to turn to your usual
jealously whining personal insults.
Your Loving AJ
2006-09-17 18:12:29 UTC
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Like his sword he picked 'em up in the Wal-Mart toy department.
you contanstantly have to turn to your usual
jealously whining personal insults.
Nah.. personal insults would be calling you a sub-human
vermin that lives in baba's sewerpipe.


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Dennis M. Hammes
2006-09-18 08:31:11 UTC
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Like his sword he picked 'em up in the Wal-Mart toy department.
you contanstantly have to turn to your usual
jealously whining personal insults.
Nah.. personal insults would be calling you a sub-human
vermin that lives in baba's sewerpipe.
Naaah, personal insult would be calling him Tommy Bishop.
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Dennis M. Hammes
2006-09-18 08:30:30 UTC
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Like his sword he picked 'em up in the Wal-Mart toy department.
you contanstantly have to turn to your usual
jealously whining personal insults.
That's because he doesn't have any blank verse.
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Dennis M. Hammes
2006-09-18 08:28:35 UTC
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Nuf seD, suck-suck.
Will has a supporter.
Dennis doesn't... his tiny balls hang out.
Well, at least I /have/ some, nome sane?
We all know how much you LUUUve being duckurpy's supporter.
But the chuckles musta really messed something up in there.
What do /you/ do for support?
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Will Dockery
2006-09-19 10:39:17 UTC
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Nuf seD, suck-suck.
Will has a supporter.
Dennis doesn't... his tiny nuts hang out.
Well, at least I /have/ some
So you claim... from your photo:

Loading Image...

You look like a walking nutsack.

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"Can't beat the classics." -Peter J. Ross

http://www.kannibaal.nl/zorro.mp3

"In my opinion Will Dockery is easily one of the most authentic
American poets around. A real coffeehouse poet who is not scared of
mingling some real American elements such as country music into his
poetry. Whileas you just try to appear as European as possible with all
your sucking up to 80 year old European surrealists..." -MH Benders
Meat Plow
2006-09-19 13:35:00 UTC
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Nuf seD, suck-suck.
Will has a supporter.
Dennis doesn't... his tiny nuts hang out.
Well, at least I /have/ some
http://scrawlmark.org/dmh01s.jpg
You look like a walking nutsack.
http://tinyurl.com/hlbdp

You look like someone who calls a refrigerator box home.

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Dennis M. Hammes
2006-09-17 14:00:25 UTC
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My material is obviously superior...
Superior to the death brays of a dying donkey, maybe.
You insult
Yeah, Blue's singer sounds like a drunken screaming bimbo but the poor
dying donkey couldn't be that bad.
"EEEE-haw, EEEE-haw."
"ZO-O-O-O-O-O-O-OOOORRRRO-O-O-O-OWW!"
"EEEE-haw, EEEE-haw."
"ZO-O-O-O-O-O-O-OOOORRRRO-O-O-O-OWW!"
"EEEE-haw, EEEE-haw."
"ZO-O-O-O-O-O-O-OOOORRRRO-O-O-O-OWW!"

By George, I believe you're right.
"Menamenah," it ain't.
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Will Dockery
2006-09-17 17:50:09 UTC
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"ZO-O-O-O-O-O-O-OOOORRRRO-O-O-O-OWW!"
"Can't beat the classics." -Peter J. Ross

http://www.kannibaal.nl/zorro.mp3

"In my opinion Will Dockery is easily one of the most authentic
American poets around. A real coffeehouse poet who is not scared of
mingling
some real American elements such as country music into his poetry.
Whileas
you just try to appear as European as possible with all your sucking up
to
80 year old European surrealists..." -MH Benders

(Zorro press release, 2005 http://www.kannibaal.nl/shadowville.htm )

--
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http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
Kluck
2006-09-18 02:46:10 UTC
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In my opinion....
My opinion is you're a tone deaf fool. Means just as much as anyone else's
opinion of you.
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Dennis M. Hammes
2006-09-18 08:36:11 UTC
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In my opinion....
My opinion is you're a tone deaf fool. Means just as much as anyone else's
opinion of you.
Well, anyone else's opinion of him is about the same, so you're
prolly right.
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I do not "negotiate" for half my baby back, Solomon.
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Will Dockery
2006-09-18 11:04:32 UTC
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My opinion is you're a tone deaf fool. Means just as much as anyone else's
opinion of you.
Sure, on Usenet anyone can opine, "Kluck".

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http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

"Can't beat the classics." -Peter J. Ross

http://www.kannibaal.nl/zorro.mp3

"In my opinion Will Dockery is easily one of the most authentic
American poets around. A real coffeehouse poet who is not scared of
mingling some real American elements such as country music into his
poetry. Whileas you just try to appear as European as possible with all
your sucking up to 80 year old European surrealists..." -MH Benders

(Zorro press release, 2005 http://www.kannibaal.nl/shadowville.htm )
Meat Plow
2006-09-18 11:33:49 UTC
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My opinion is you're a tone deaf fool. Means just as much as anyone
else's opinion of you.
Sure, on Usenet anyone can opine, "Kluck".
Damn Will, you woke up today with a new word in your vocab.

Bravo!



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Will Dockery
2006-09-18 11:42:01 UTC
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My opinion is you're a tone deaf fool. Means just as much as anyone
else's opinion of you.
Sure, on Usenet anyone can opine, "Kluck".
Damn Will, you woke up today with a new word in your vocab.
Bravo!
Nah, I've used all seven of those words before, Meat.

--
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http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

"Can't beat the classics." -Peter J. Ross

http://www.kannibaal.nl/zorro.mp3

"In my opinion Will Dockery is easily one of the most authentic
American poets around. A real coffeehouse poet who is not scared of
mingling some real American elements such as country music into his
poetry. Whileas you just try to appear as European as possible with all

your sucking up to 80 year old European surrealists..." -MH Benders

(Zorro press release, 2005 http://www.kannibaal.nl/shadowville.htm )
Meat Plow
2006-09-18 11:53:27 UTC
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Post by Meat Plow
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Kluck
My opinion is you're a tone deaf fool. Means just as much as anyone
else's opinion of you.
Sure, on Usenet anyone can opine, "Kluck".
Damn Will, you woke up today with a new word in your vocab.
Bravo!
Nah, I've used all seven of those words before, Meat.
Results 1 - 1 of 1 for (opine) author:<***@gmail.com>

rec.arts.poems - Sep 18, 7:42 am by Will Dockery

Like I said Will, you gotta new word.


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Will Dockery
2006-09-18 12:04:46 UTC
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My opinion is you're a tone deaf fool. Means just as much as anyone
else's opinion of you.
Sure, on Usenet anyone can opine, "Kluck".
Damn Will, you woke up today with a new word in your vocab.
Bravo!
Nah, I've used all seven of those words before, Meat.
rec.arts.poems - Sep 18, 7:42 am by Will Dockery
Like I said Will, you gotta new word.
No, Meat, the way to do a proper search in Google archives is: "will
dockery" + "opine".

I only used the word eight times, but there ya go.

--
"Hasty Pudding" by Will Dockery-Henry Conley
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

"Can't beat the classics." -Peter J. Ross

http://www.kannibaal.nl/zorro.mp3

"In my opinion Will Dockery is easily one of the most authentic
American poets around. A real coffeehouse poet who is not scared of
mingling some real American elements such as country music into his
poetry. Whileas you just try to appear as European as possible with all

your sucking up to 80 year old European surrealists..." -MH Benders

(Zorro press release, 2005 http://www.kannibaal.nl/shadowville.htm )
Meat Plow
2006-09-18 12:17:02 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Post by Meat Plow
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Kluck
My opinion is you're a tone deaf fool. Means just as much as
anyone else's opinion of you.
Sure, on Usenet anyone can opine, "Kluck".
Damn Will, you woke up today with a new word in your vocab.
Bravo!
Nah, I've used all seven of those words before, Meat.
rec.arts.poems - Sep 18, 7:42 am by Will Dockery
Like I said Will, you gotta new word.
No, Meat, the way to do a proper search in Google archives is: "will
dockery" + "opine".
I only used the word eight times, but there ya go.
Will+dockery+opine returns all articles with those words by any author.
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Will Dockery
2006-09-18 12:25:22 UTC
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Post by Meat Plow
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Meat Plow
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Kluck
My opinion is you're a tone deaf fool. Means just as much as
anyone else's opinion of you.
Sure, on Usenet anyone can opine, "Kluck".
Damn Will, you woke up today with a new word in your vocab.
Bravo!
Nah, I've used all seven of those words before, Meat.
rec.arts.poems - Sep 18, 7:42 am by Will Dockery
Like I said Will, you gotta new word.
No, Meat, the way to do a proper search in Google archives is: "will
dockery" + "opine".
I only used the word eight times, but there ya go.
Will+dockery+opine returns all articles with those words by any author.
You have to put the words (or any words you're searching for, really)
in "quotes" to get a decent search result, Meat:

"will dockery" + "opine".

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"Hasty Pudding" by Will Dockery-Henry Conley
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

"Can't beat the classics." -Peter J. Ross

http://www.kannibaal.nl/zorro.mp3

"In my opinion Will Dockery is easily one of the most authentic
American poets around. A real coffeehouse poet who is not scared of
mingling some real American elements such as country music into his
poetry. Whileas you just try to appear as European as possible with all

your sucking up to 80 year old European surrealists..." -MH Benders

(Zorro press release, 2005 http://www.kannibaal.nl/shadowville.htm )
Meat Plow
2006-09-18 13:05:21 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
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Post by Kluck
My opinion is you're a tone deaf fool. Means just as much as
anyone else's opinion of you.
Sure, on Usenet anyone can opine, "Kluck".
Damn Will, you woke up today with a new word in your vocab.
Bravo!
Nah, I've used all seven of those words before, Meat.
rec.arts.poems - Sep 18, 7:42 am by Will Dockery
Like I said Will, you gotta new word.
No, Meat, the way to do a proper search in Google archives is: "will
dockery" + "opine".
I only used the word eight times, but there ya go.
Will+dockery+opine returns all articles with those words by any author.
You have to put the words (or any words you're searching for, really) in
"will dockery" + "opine".
Well that's fine and dandy but other authors in the 8 hits are typing that
word Will.
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Will Dockery
2006-09-18 13:20:53 UTC
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You have to put the words (or any words you're searching for, really) in
"will dockery" + "opine".
Well that's fine and dandy but other authors in the 8 hits are typing that
word Will.
No, this one's mine:

"A clear lion should emerge from the ULA, with the others running
various offenses and defenses, or with baseball on us, the ULA needs
Sandy Koufax, as Stu might opine." -Sun, Mar 20 2005 9:30 am

--
"Hasty Pudding" by Will Dockery-Henry Conley
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

"Can't beat the classics." -Peter J. Ross

http://www.kannibaal.nl/zorro.mp3

"In my opinion Will Dockery is easily one of the most authentic
American poets around. A real coffeehouse poet who is not scared of
mingling some real American elements such as country music into his
poetry. Whileas you just try to appear as European as possible with all

your sucking up to 80 year old European surrealists..." -MH Benders

(Zorro press release, 2005 http://www.kannibaal.nl/shadowville.htm )
Meat Plow
2006-09-18 13:25:16 UTC
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You have to put the words (or any words you're searching for, really)
"will dockery" + "opine".
Well that's fine and dandy but other authors in the 8 hits are typing
that word Will.
"A clear lion should emerge from the ULA, with the others running various
offenses and defenses, or with baseball on us, the ULA needs Sandy Koufax,
as Stu might opine." -Sun, Mar 20 2005 9:30 am
Ok then you've used it twice, fair enough.

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Will Dockery
2006-09-18 13:36:52 UTC
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You have to put the words (or any words you're searching for, really)
"will dockery" + "opine".
Well that's fine and dandy but other authors in the 8 hits are typing
that word Will.
"A clear lion should emerge from the ULA, with the others running various
offenses and defenses, or with baseball on us, the ULA needs Sandy Koufax,
as Stu might opine." -Sun, Mar 20 2005 9:30 am
Ok then you've used it twice, fair enough.
On Usenet, anyhow.

Here's another from the archives:

"In my opinion every subject should be discussed... I may not want to
discuss every subject, but I'd like to see every topic discussed.
That's one of my rationalizations for Crossposting: to carry ideas
around and get opines and threads developing." -Fri, Feb 28 2003 12:54
pm

--
"Hasty Pudding" by Will Dockery-Henry Conley
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

"Can't beat the classics." -Peter J. Ross

http://www.kannibaal.nl/zorro.mp3

"In my opinion Will Dockery is easily one of the most authentic
American poets around. A real coffeehouse poet who is not scared of
mingling some real American elements such as country music into his
poetry. Whileas you just try to appear as European as possible with all

your sucking up to 80 year old European surrealists..." -MH Benders

(Zorro press release, 2005 http://www.kannibaal.nl/shadowville.htm )
Barbara's Cat
2006-09-18 14:42:18 UTC
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"In my opinion every subject should be discussed... I may not want to
discuss every subject, but I'd like to see every topic discussed.
That's one of my rationalizations for Crossposting: to carry ideas
around and get opines and threads developing." -Fri, Feb 28 2003 12:54
pm
Opine? It comes as no surprise
you would use a verb as a noun.

Damn! You're stupid.
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Will Dockery
2006-09-18 14:49:45 UTC
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You have to put the words (or any words you're searching for, really)
"A clear lion should emerge from the ULA, with the others running various
offenses and defenses, or with baseball on us, the ULA needs Sandy Koufax,
as Stu might opine." -Sun, Mar 20 2005 9:30 am
"In my opinion every subject should be discussed... I may not want to
discuss every subject, but I'd like to see every topic discussed.
That's one of my rationalizations for Crossposting: to carry ideas
around and get opines and threads developing." -Fri, Feb 28 2003 12:54
pm
And another, from Fri, Sep 5 2003 10:16 am:

HaloHead & Dark Greeny.

They hit top speed
and broke into nothingness.
Steering the ship to find the Dark Green Empress.
He could hear Slowgroover urging Wispy
to save some of her energy for later.

She must have done this for the flow abruptly stopped
the starship was about the size of an elevator.

HaloHead was howling with happiness
the painful rush.
At last he was let down
and landed in a bush.
Post by Will Dockery
From his blunt smoking and beer drinking perch
he was inspired with a poet's lurch.
Slowgroover took the wheel and said "Ouch"
Dark Greeny was led stumblingly to the couch.

Lukefinger and Wispy stepped back to the bar for a drink
a tangle of sound and vision, it was hard to think.
HaloHead's inner voice in the brain on his back
crawled out of the bush and made his way to the shack.

Vampire powers returning to them in the dark
Dark Greeny lay with HaloHead exchanging stories and art.
Together their mythic characters entwined
"This must be what love is like..." she opined.

HaloHead fell asleep exchanging ideas with his mind
while Dark Greeny explored his life and times.

-Will Dockery

--
"Hasty Pudding" by Will Dockery-Henry Conley
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

"Can't beat the classics." -Peter J. Ross

http://www.kannibaal.nl/zorro.mp3

"In my opinion Will Dockery is easily one of the most authentic
American poets around. A real coffeehouse poet who is not scared of
mingling some real American elements such as country music into his
poetry. Whileas you just try to appear as European as possible with all

your sucking up to 80 year old European surrealists..." -MH Benders

(Zorro press release, 2005 http://www.kannibaal.nl/shadowville.htm )
Dennis M. Hammes
2006-09-19 08:27:54 UTC
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"In my opinion Will Dockery is easily one of the most authentic
American poets around. A real coffeehouse poet who is not scared of
mingling some real American elements such as country music into his
poetry. Whileas you just try to appear as European as possible with all
your sucking up to 80 year old European surrealists..." -MH Benders
(Zorro press release, 2005 http://www.kannibaal.nl/shadowville.htm )
Can't even tell which one is suckin' which, any more.
(Why it's called a "circlesuck.")


"That's what we really need here - some more mighty whitey's like
yourself to pontificate all day about BACH and MORALS and everything
else the rest of the world grew tired of a few hundred years ago."

-- Martijn Benders, explaining why you shouldn't trust him with your
wallet

"Thomas Mann is one of the most well known names in modern day
literature, but hey, don't let that stop you from being a didactic
mammal."

-- Martijn Benders, explaining God knows what

"Most of the authors in the so-called western canon are pretty lousy."

-- Martijn Benders, explaining why he hasn't been offered the Trilling
Chair in Literature

"Modern poets should not only test their work on an audience, but
also on a search engine."

-- Martijn Benders, explaining his audience

"I don't think Yeats was an amazing poet, he's overrated."

-- Martijn Benders, explaining that he has a tin ear

"So now 'personification' is a poetry technique?"

-- Martijn Benders, explaining why his knowledge of prosody is
revered by novice and expert alike

"Milton was a writer, as far as I know. The poems he wrote were
completely forgettable."

-- Martijn Benders, explaining why they call it "Paradise Lost"

"I think most average tv shows have more artistic quality than a Van
Gogh painting."

-- Martijn Benders, explaining why he isn't curator of the Rijksmuseum

"You could at least try to spell Orbinson's name right, you fuckwit."

-- Martijn Benders, explaining why he's a world-famed authority on
orthography

"If one of each ten poems I write is excellent even in another
language, that would mean I'm definatly quite a lot better than
Shakespeare."

-- Martijn Benders, proving that honest self-appraisal isn't
necessary to the production of bad work

"Point me to some Shakespeare poems which are excellent in another
language and I will admit my defeat. Until that time, I'm forced to
regard Shakespeare as a minor poet who wrote some pleasant rhymes in
his native tongue but who didn't have the pizazz to accomplish
something truly international."

-- Martijn Benders, proving that he thinks everyone writes Dutch

"Some are really rather mediocre, like Yeats and Blake and Pope and
Keats and Shelley."

-- Martijn Benders, explaining why he didn't finish high school

"The rational mind is a small insignificant peanut in the big and
absurdist jungle of the brain."

-- Martijn Benders, explaining himself

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2006-09-19 09:30:45 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
"In my opinion Will Dockery is easily one of the most authentic
American poets around. A real coffeehouse poet who is not scared of
mingling some real American elements such as country music into his
poetry. Whileas you just try to appear as European as possible with all
your sucking up to 80 year old European surrealists..." -MH Benders
(Zorro press release, 2005 http://www.kannibaal.nl/shadowville.htm )
suckin'
Typical Hammes homoerotic fantasy noted... for the third time tonight.
Post by Dennis M. Hammes
"That's what we really need here - some more mighty whitey's like
yourself to pontificate all day about BACH and MORALS and everything
else the rest of the world grew tired of a few hundred years ago."
-- Martijn Benders, explaining why you shouldn't trust him with your
wallet
"Thomas Mann is one of the most well known names in modern day
literature, but hey, don't let that stop you from being a didactic
mammal."
-- Martijn Benders, explaining God knows what
"Most of the authors in the so-called western canon are pretty lousy."
-- Martijn Benders, explaining why he hasn't been offered the Trilling
Chair in Literature
"Modern poets should not only test their work on an audience, but
also on a search engine."
-- Martijn Benders, explaining his audience
"I don't think Yeats was an amazing poet, he's overrated."
-- Martijn Benders, explaining that he has a tin ear
"So now 'personification' is a poetry technique?"
-- Martijn Benders, explaining why his knowledge of prosody is
revered by novice and expert alike
"Milton was a writer, as far as I know. The poems he wrote were
completely forgettable."
-- Martijn Benders, explaining why they call it "Paradise Lost"
"I think most average tv shows have more artistic quality than a Van
Gogh painting."
-- Martijn Benders, explaining why he isn't curator of the Rijksmuseum
"You could at least try to spell Orbinson's name right, you fuckwit."
-- Martijn Benders, explaining why he's a world-famed authority on
orthography
"If one of each ten poems I write is excellent even in another
language, that would mean I'm definatly quite a lot better than
Shakespeare."
-- Martijn Benders, proving that honest self-appraisal isn't
necessary to the production of bad work
"Point me to some Shakespeare poems which are excellent in another
language and I will admit my defeat. Until that time, I'm forced to
regard Shakespeare as a minor poet who wrote some pleasant rhymes in
his native tongue but who didn't have the pizazz to accomplish
something truly international."
-- Martijn Benders, proving that he thinks everyone writes Dutch
"Some are really rather mediocre, like Yeats and Blake and Pope and
Keats and Shelley."
-- Martijn Benders, explaining why he didn't finish high school
"The rational mind is a small insignificant peanut in the big and
absurdist jungle of the brain."
-- Martijn Benders, explaining himself
Obsess much, Uncle?

--
"Hasty Pudding" by Will Dockery-Henry Conley
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
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2006-09-19 10:00:18 UTC
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homoerotic
"I see homoerotic everywhere!" -- Goober Duck.
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"In my opinion Will Dockery is easily one of the most authentic
American poets around. A real coffeehouse poet who is not scared of
mingling some real American elements such as country music into his
poetry. Whileas you just try to appear as European as possible with all
your sucking up to 80 year old European surrealists..." -MH Benders
(Zorro press release, 2005 http://www.kannibaal.nl/shadowville.htm )
suckin'
Typical Hammes homoerotic fantasy noted... for the third time tonight
Don't you mean Freudian Slip, dickhead?

Oh, wait...I said 'dickhead'...hey stupid, is that Freudian or homoerotic
fantasy? Would it be easier to figure out if I called you a cocksucker? What
about drunken asshole? How does that fit into your fucked-up fantasies of
wordplay and english mangling?

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My opinion is you're a tone deaf fool. Means just as much as
anyone else's opinion of you.
Sure, on Usenet anyone can opine, "Kluck".
Damn Will, you woke up today with a new word in your vocab.
Bravo!
Nah, I've used all seven of those words before, Meat.
rec.arts.poems - Sep 18, 7:42 am by Will Dockery
Like I said Will, you gotta new word.
No, Meat, the way to do a proper search in Google archives is: "will
dockery" + "opine".
I only used the word eight times, but there ya go.
Will+dockery+opine returns all articles with those words by any author.
You have to put the words (or any words you're searching for, really)
"will dockery" + "opine".
Can you really be this stupid, Will?
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2006-09-19 08:11:06 UTC
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My opinion is you're a tone deaf fool. Means just as much as anyone
else's opinion of you.
Sure, on Usenet anyone can opine, "Kluck".
Damn Will, you woke up today with a new word in your vocab.
Bravo!
It's part of a new "song lyric" he dreamed of.
(Or maybe it's to be printed on a necktie...)

I wanna hug you, O pine;
I wanna hug you, O pine;
Wanna drink all my Ripple
Under your dapple,
I wanna hug you, O pine.
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I do not "negotiate" for half my baby back, Solomon.
http://scrawlmark.org
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It's part of a new "song lyric"
I wanna hug you, O pine;
I wanna hug you, O pine;
Wanna drink all my Ripple
Under your dapple,
I wanna hug you, O pine.
Wow, interesting to see you moving away from the
homoerotic-scatalogical limmericks, Uncle.

--
"Hasty Pudding" by Will Dockery-Henry Conley
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

"Can't beat the classics." -Peter J. Ross

http://www.kannibaal.nl/zorro.mp3

"In my opinion Will Dockery is easily one of the most authentic
American poets around. A real coffeehouse poet who is not scared of
mingling some real American elements such as country music into his
poetry. Whileas you just try to appear as European as possible with all
your sucking up to 80 year old European surrealists..." -MH Benders

(Zorro press release, 2005 http://www.kannibaal.nl/shadowville.htm )

"Sidewalk Spinner"

Can I tell the difference
was she the dreamer or the dance?
All her eyes can see
is melancholy happenstance.

In twilight's color and hue
I mistook her for my muse.
Mirrored rooms of this crazy house
No choice but to be confused.

Split the twirl,
ain't no news
you'd feel the same
if you were in my shoes.

I court to two,
ambivalent to who's.
Sidewalk spinner
shaking off my blues.

A lap dance pirouette
could start a new romance,
but it might just leave my eyes
begging for a chance.

But I know the prison
separation's flawed
and where divisions
might occur within the law.

But my vision's
mesmerized and awed
She scratched my back
with monkey claws.

Dreamer and the dance
that I pursue.
Sidewalk spinner in memory
I still can't shake you.

Can I tell the difference
dreamer and the dance.
A fever in my pockets
burns a hole in my pants.

If I try to count to two
I give up and get confused.
Spinner come sit by me
I paid the bartender my dues.

-Dockery-Conley-Jinn
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homoerotic
"I see homoerotic everywhere!" -- Goober Duck.
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My opinion is you're a tone deaf fool. Means just as much as anyone
else's opinion of you.
Sure, on Usenet anyone can opine, "Kluck".
Damn Will, you woke up today with a new word in your vocab.
Bravo!
How the hell did he manage to do THAT? He fall asleep in the mens room and
someone carve his chest with a pocket knife again? The last time that
happened Will ended up with "FUCK THE JEWS" several inches deep on his
buttocks.
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2006-09-18 08:35:12 UTC
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"ZO-O-O-O-O-O-O-OOOORRRRO-O-O-O-OWW!"
-MH Benders
(Zorro press release, 2005 http://www.kannibaal.nl/shadowville.htm )
Nuf seD.
But who knows.
Maybe he'd been smelling vegetarians again.
--
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~/:o)_|
I do not "negotiate" for half my baby back, Solomon.
http://scrawlmark.org
ggamble
2006-09-17 17:29:24 UTC
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Either your eyes are fucked up or you're a jealous liar... or both.
you contanstantly have to turn to your usual
jealously whining personal insults.
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2006-09-15 19:13:57 UTC
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You haven't got an ounce of talent blue-boi.

Fuck yourself cerulean.
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Puckerup and blow, blue...

<go fuck a tree>
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- snip crazy-assed limey bastard with an obsession so hard he shits
diamonds -


*P*
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diamonds -
Hi Dink! How's life treating you in the short lane?
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*P*
*L*
*O*
*N*
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You first pretended to do that about three years ago.


PJR :-)
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It's true. So, so true.
Will doesn't write poems.

--
Pierre Salinger Memorial Hook, Line & Sinker, June 2004

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2006-09-05 19:30:23 UTC
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It's true. So, so true.
Will doesn't write poems.
Will Dockery has never written a poem in his life, and wouldn't know how.
--
Shon'ai COOSN-029-06-71069
"I was told there would be cookies."
Cross-Poasters For Goddess!
Remember: Straight people can't help it!
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Freakout! by Brian Follicle

FREEDOM FEST 2002:

Well hello folks! We had the 1st Annual Freedom Festival at
Woody's In Juniper Georgia. A amazing weekend w/ lots of old, and
New friends. I am going to talk about it each night so you can get a
idea of what happened. I am also making a freedom festival website so
as the pics keep coming in, we can still add more and more. So if you
took alot of pictures that night and want them seen in website, scan
and send them to ***@aol.com . I will gladly put them in the
website.

Day One: Freedom log

The stage has been set, Shane Stubbs has put in a tremendous amount
of work painting the club, setting up the booths and getting the kegs
cold and ready for the masses. If you have not been to Woody's, it's
this area best kept secret. But after the weekend, Woody's is firmly
on the map as far as local music is concerned. Shane has volleyball,
horseshoes, pool tables, glass blowers, dunking booths, insense
makers etc and so on. We had talked about a festival and we figured
we would give it a try. Henry Conley showed up and ran sound on the
first night and was a lifesaver. I would like to thank him for his
involvement and all his spirit and help which made it go so smooth.
The tents were going up and the wood was being put together for the
giant bonfire after nightfall. First up on the bill was MOONPROPHET.
Moonprophet had Guy Fawlkes(Rick Dukes) on Gtrs joined by Will
Dockery, Austin Martin and some special guests Brian Follicle and
John Joiner. Guy Opened the show in a Hawkfeather mask and tore
into "Allah" which is a brilliant piece of music, I ended up running
up on stage and joined them, followed by Joiner. Moonprophet played a
long set of psychedelic jams and then the stage was set for JONES
AVE. Jones came on and did a hour set of songs from their
album's "FOLK ART" and "IDIOT's VISION". As the day turned to night,
SUPERCZAR came out. This music was harder and has a techno-
psychedelic feel. They have a single coming out on Shut EYE records
called House of No Windows. Mater Gabe Holland and Brian Follicle
played a hour set and played songs from Gabe's album. Cd's were on
sale from all the groups. The Jones Ave album is on sale at LINK
ARTWORKS for those who did not get one from the show. SUPERCZAR will
be starting on a new album being produced by "one night STAN
STEPHENS".J JIMMY HOLLAND set in w/ both JONES AVE and SUPERCZAR and
showed his master trumpet skills he was a big hit at the festival.
After SUPERCZAR came HENRY CONNELY to close out the first night. We
all ended up on stage till about 3:00 that morning. Henry played cuts
from his great album, available from him or linox.com. One of my
highlights was to see everyone getting along so well and enjoying the
festival atmosphere. The wide open spaces at Woodie's was comfortable
and the folks were very friendly. Great food and great times. People
were wearing masks and having a laugh and not being too serious.
Great night.....................................

Day 2 (Saturday)

The first band up was one of my favorite bands around here called
the "SLOTH BAND" I was happy to get one of their cd's and they ripped
thru their set playing some originals and covers. Second up was a set
from INNOCENT IVY. They played a long set of OZRIC/AMON DUUL type
space rock that was good for a event like that. They did a good job
and were interesting. After that JONES AVE hit the stage with LASZLO
STAN a violinist from Transylvania. He is a one of the best violists
you will ever hear. Master Gabe Holland played Congas w/ Dr. David
Wisdo and Brian Follicle. We played some covers like "Rider's on the
Storm" and "Lucky man" w/ Acoustic instruments mandolin, flutes,
violins etc. Kinda like a Pearls before Swine meets Incredible String
Band. We did a Hour set and rolled thru some album cuts and had a
great time. The crowd was dancing and cutting up and everyone was
having a blast. The massive p.a. HAYWIRE rolled out is impressive.
They were helpful to all the bands and had an unmatched pro-attitude.
We called Shane up and he proposed to Leigh and it was a great time.
Haywire hit the stage and the dancing started again. Kenny Miller is
incredible on percussion and he is an amazing entertainer, They know
how to get a audience rocking out. If you have not seen HAYWIRE you
need to.Tthey were really great. 2 drummers, 2 gtrs and a and a great
bassist. HAYWIRE played a 2 1/2 hour show and gave the crowd all they
could handle. Thanks so Much HAYWIRE for such a solid show. Alot of
people made the FREEDOM FESTIVAL happen and alot of bands gave their
time and efforts to make this work. Here is a list of the Bands and
performer's.

INNOCENT IVY
THE GREAT AMERICAN SLOTH BAND
MOON PROPHET
JONES AVE
HENRY CONLEY
HAYWIRE

go to website to see pics from FREEDOM FEST 2002
http://www.angelfire.com/music4/mtfollicle/

other websites of interest(Freedom Fest bands)
www.slothband.com-us.com
www.sfblue.co.uk
www.starship.pp.se/sfb/
www.sanfranciscoblue.com
http://community-2.webtv.net/kennymiller1/theHAYWIREBand/

Other news or Notes:
HENRY CONLEY is hosting at Coaches Corner on Tuesday night's.
Try and make it out for live music and good times.

Jones Ave. have released a new album called FOLK ART available in
town at Links art works and on the web thru the above websites
(www.sfblue.co.uk) It is available thru ZEITGEIST in SCOTLAND.

Special thanks to SHANE STUBBS for helping me throw a heck of a party
all your hard work and DEDICATION made it work and the Spirit of it
Grand!

p.s.s If you haven't been to Woody's its 20 miles out 80 east turn
right and 4 miles out on 41 Woody's is on left. Be watching for more
FESTIVAL information. I invite you to the FREEDOM FESTIVAL WEBSITE to
look at pics http://www.angelfire.com/music4/mtfollicle/. 2 big
stages and good food and beer.... !!!

p.s.s.s
You all have a great month and check out festival pics It was great

Brian Follicle OUT!

If you have something you want us to review, interview, discuss or
post....
Contact us. We will get to it quickly!

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Will Dockery and the Shadowville All-Stars
see http://shadowvilleallstars.muddywolf.net/
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2006-09-08 02:23:02 UTC
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Why are you posting a retrospective, Will? You can't even remember what you
ate for lunch.
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2006-09-08 14:49:46 UTC
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Why are you posting a retrospective, Will? You can't even remember what you
ate for lunch.
Nah... yesterday I had oysters and a pitchur of beer at Crystal Valley
Saloon:

To The Magic Store by Will Dockery

"A fellow will remember a lot of things you wouldn't think he'd
remember. You take me. One day, back in 1896, I was crossing over to
Jersey on the ferry, and as we pulled out, there was another ferry
pulling in, and on it there was a girl waiting to get off. A white
dress she had on. She was carrying a white parasol. I only saw her for
one second. She didn't see me at all, but I'll bet a month hasn't gone
by since that I haven't thought of that girl." -Everett Sloan 1941

Tuesday Afternoon Show, the weekly internet radio podcast from Tom's
River New Jersey, features the irreverent absurdities of co-founders
"Uncle" John Maloney and
Scott "Scotto" Maccio and music from independent artists, including
local talents such as Halfway Gone, Brent Lindley and Shadowville
All-Stars over the past few months. The newest, Episode 29--- Hammer of
The Bacon Gods, features the song "Step Back" written by Brian Mallard
and Robbie Wright, of the Shadowville All-Stars:

http://www.johnhmaloney.com/tuesdayshow/tasep29.mp3

If you're interested on having your song on the show, email an
attachment to Scotto and John at ***@gmail.com

New Nights For Open Mics:

Thursday:
Crystal Valley Saloon & Oyster Bar is moving their acoustic
singer-songwriter oriented open mic to Thursdays, hosted by Mufftones
bassist Jim White. CVS aslo has some of the best food in town, and
daily specials.

Tuesday:
SoHo is moving their open mic night to Tuesdays, combining with the new
season of Songwriter Search, an exciting time of original songs and
writers, hosted by the legendary Donnie Lanier.

I have the schedule for the SoHo Songwriter Search IV hosted by Donnie
Lanier: begins Sept 26, is going for 9 weeks, finals Dec 5. Open mic
will be before and after the songwriting contest, and musicians can
sign up for both. Once a month he wants to have a "band night" but he
hasn't decided which Tuesday that'll be. Second Tuesdays include the
Winetasting Party 7-9, which may delay the start of open mic by 30
minutes, but musicians should be signed up and ready by 9pm.

Dream Tears

When the mill shut down
we hit the pavement with a thud
then we got up and kept walking.
Some to the workhouse
some to the poorhouse
some to the whorehouse
and the grave.

This battered old shell
looks like a death mask.
Step into this dream
only real to the sleeper.
Like in a dream
where you wake up laughing.

Games people play
all a cool illusion.
Draging pulling me back
across my tattered brow.
Dream---
unholy afternoon of dreams.

Lovers are gone
sometimes the door opens.
Mistaken for a human being
a hilarious dream.
I went to sleep in another town
dreamed I was living in another time
life's like that sometimes kinda.
Miss her everyday...
she won't go away.

Push the hair out of your eyes
wipe back your tears.
Let the wind blow through
this unholy afternoon of dreams.

Lucky the hear the Pluto girls dance
the ground was glowing.
Would you like to see the dwarf planet split?
With one little karate chop.
Every day...
she won't go away.

Will Dockery: words
Brian Mallard: music

Will Dockery and the Shadowville All-Stars
see http://shadowvilleallstars.muddywolf.net/
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2006-09-09 05:13:11 UTC
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Why are you posting a retrospective, Will? You can't even remember what you
ate for lunch.
Nah... yesterday I had oysters and a pitchur of beer at Crystal Valley
You drank an entire pitcher of beer? For lunch? Why the fuck doesn't that
surprise me?
Will Dockery
2006-09-09 08:15:22 UTC
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Why are you posting a retrospective, Will? You can't even remember what
you
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ate for lunch.
Nah... yesterday I had oysters and a pitchur of beer at Crystal Valley
You drank an entire pitcher of beer? For lunch? Why the fuck doesn't that
surprise me?
Tomorrow I'll have their steak sammich and a pitchur, perhaps.
Post by Orson Wells as Citizen_Cain
To The Magic Store by Will Dockery
"A fellow will remember a lot of things you wouldn't think he'd
remember. You take me. One day, back in 1896, I was crossing over to
Jersey on the ferry, and as we pulled out, there was another ferry
pulling in, and on it there was a girl waiting to get off. A white
dress she had on. She was carrying a white parasol. I only saw her for
one second. She didn't see me at all, but I'll bet a month hasn't gone
by since that I haven't thought of that girl." -Everett Sloan 1941
Tuesday Afternoon Show, the weekly internet radio podcast from Tom's
River New Jersey, features the irreverent absurdities of co-founders
"Uncle" John Maloney and
Scott "Scotto" Maccio and music from independent artists, including
local talents such as Halfway Gone, Brent Lindley and Shadowville
All-Stars over the past few months. The newest, Episode 29--- Hammer of
The Bacon Gods, features the song "Step Back" written by Brian Mallard
http://www.johnhmaloney.com/tuesdayshow/tasep29.mp3
If you're interested on having your song on the show, email an
Crystal Valley Saloon & Oyster Bar is moving their acoustic
singer-songwriter oriented open mic to Thursdays, hosted by Mufftones
bassist Jim White. CVS aslo has some of the best food in town, and
daily specials.
SoHo is moving their open mic night to Tuesdays, combining with the new
season of Songwriter Search, an exciting time of original songs and
writers, hosted by the legendary Donnie Lanier.
I have the schedule for the SoHo Songwriter Search IV hosted by Donnie
Lanier: begins Sept 26, is going for 9 weeks, finals Dec 5. Open mic
will be before and after the songwriting contest, and musicians can
sign up for both. Once a month he wants to have a "band night" but he
hasn't decided which Tuesday that'll be. Second Tuesdays include the
Winetasting Party 7-9, which may delay the start of open mic by 30
minutes, but musicians should be signed up and ready by 9pm.
Dream Tears
When the mill shut down
we hit the pavement with a thud
then we got up and kept walking.
Some to the workhouse
some to the poorhouse
some to the whorehouse
and the grave.
This battered old shell
looks like a death mask.
Step into this dream
only real to the sleeper.
Like in a dream
where you wake up laughing.
Games people play
all a cool illusion.
Draging pulling me back
across my tattered brow.
Dream---
unholy afternoon of dreams.
Lovers are gone
sometimes the door opens.
Mistaken for a human being
a hilarious dream.
I went to sleep in another town
dreamed I was living in another time
life's like that sometimes kinda.
Miss her everyday...
she won't go away.
Push the hair out of your eyes
wipe back your tears.
Let the wind blow through
this unholy afternoon of dreams.
Lucky the hear the Pluto girls dance
the ground was glowing.
Would you like to see the dwarf planet split?
With one little karate chop.
Every day...
she won't go away.
Will Dockery: words
Brian Mallard: music
--
"Ozone Stigmata" by Dockery-Conley:
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

Will Dockery and the Shadowville All-Stars
see http://shadowvilleallstars.muddywolf.net/
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2006-09-10 05:13:52 UTC
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Why are you posting a retrospective, Will? You can't even remember what
you
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ate for lunch.
Nah... yesterday I had oysters and a pitchur of beer at Crystal Valley
You drank an entire pitcher of beer? For lunch? Why the fuck doesn't that
surprise me?
Tomorrow I'll have their steak sammich and a pitchur, perhaps.
You're a fucking drunk, Dorkery. No one drinks an entire pitcher of beer for
*lunch.* Few drink it for *dinner.*
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To The Magic Store by Will Dockery
- snip pollution of Usenet -

The only magic trick you should do is disappear.
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2006-09-09 13:47:40 UTC
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Why are you posting a retrospective, Will? You can't even remember what
you
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ate for lunch.
Nah... yesterday I had oysters and a pitchur of beer at Crystal Valley
You drank an entire pitcher of beer? For lunch? Why the fuck doesn't that
surprise me?
He can neither spell nor afford a pitcher.
He had a "PIC-ture" of beer, etc.
/Dark/ beer, even.
"Noir."

"I wuZ sittin' in the Crystal, nursin' my pitchur, and /she/ walked
in. Her sweater was so tight you could count her freckles by touch,
and she was touchin' both sides at the same time. She flowed this
way and that way at the same time, too. This way, or maybe it was
that way, flowed over to me and asked if I had a light. I told her,
'no, this scene was strictly /noir/'. She looked at me like a frog
had crawled out of my forehead and asked her to dance. Then she
/proved/ it was /noir/ by saying, 'don't mind if I do'. She flowed
over me like bubblegum on a hot lamppost. I was just about to ask if
she wanted to continue the dance at my place, when she ruined the
whole /schmear/. She seD, 'I've got a job for you'..."
--
-------(m+
~/:o)_|
Thistles have been the favorite food of songbirds for eons.
http://scrawlmark.org
Will Dockery
2006-09-09 17:01:02 UTC
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You drank an entire pitcher of beer? For lunch? Why the fuck doesn't that
surprise me?
He can neither spell
Yeah, I knew someone had to tell him the correct spelling is "Welles",
eventually.

--
"Ozone Stigmata" by Will Dockery-Henry Conley
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

Greybeard Cavalier
Recorded at The Vault
Columbus, GA 31901
June 13, 2006
Vocals: Will Dockery. Music: The Shadowville Allstars.
Based on "Greybeard Cavalier" by Will Dockery, 0x0000 and Brian Fowler.
Video by Doug Cole

Orson Wells as Citizen_Cain
2006-09-10 05:14:46 UTC
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You drank an entire pitcher of beer? For lunch? Why the fuck doesn't that
surprise me?
He can neither spell
Yeah, I knew someone had to tell him the correct spelling is "Welles",
eventually.
He was talking to you, No-Brain. I see those reading comprehension problems
are still plaguing you like a dyslexic clown.
Dennis M. Hammes
2006-09-10 07:53:54 UTC
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You drank an entire pitcher of beer? For lunch? Why the fuck doesn't that
surprise me?
He can neither spell
Yeah, I knew someone had to tell him the correct spelling is "Welles",
eventually.
Yeh, it took you that long to look it up.
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Thistles have been the favorite food of songbirds for eons.
http://scrawlmark.org
Will Dockery
2006-09-10 16:08:25 UTC
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You drank an entire pitcher of beer? For lunch? Why the fuck doesn't that
surprise me?
He can neither spell
Yeah, I knew someone had to tell him the correct spelling is "Welles",
eventually.
Yeh, it took you that long to look it up.
Still quicker than you ever did, Uncle Hammes.
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To The Magic Store by Will Dockery
"A fellow will remember a lot of things you wouldn't think he'd
remember. You take me. One day, back in 1896, I was crossing over to
Jersey on the ferry, and as we pulled out, there was another ferry
pulling in, and on it there was a girl waiting to get off. A white
dress she had on. She was carrying a white parasol. I only saw her for
one second. She didn't see me at all, but I'll bet a month hasn't gone
by since that I haven't thought of that girl." -Everett Sloan 1941
Tuesday Afternoon Show, the weekly internet radio podcast from Tom's
River New Jersey, features the irreverent absurdities of co-founders
"Uncle" John Maloney and
Scott "Scotto" Maccio and music from independent artists, including
local talents such as Halfway Gone, Brent Lindley and Shadowville
All-Stars over the past few months. The newest, Episode 29--- Hammer of
The Bacon Gods, features the song "Step Back" written by Brian Mallard
http://www.johnhmaloney.com/tuesdayshow/tasep29.mp3
If you're interested on having your song on the show, email an
Crystal Valley Saloon & Oyster Bar is moving their acoustic
singer-songwriter oriented open mic to Thursdays, hosted by Mufftones
bassist Jim White. CVS aslo has some of the best food in town, and
daily specials.
SoHo is moving their open mic night to Tuesdays, combining with the new
season of Songwriter Search, an exciting time of original songs and
writers, hosted by the legendary Donnie Lanier.
I have the schedule for the SoHo Songwriter Search IV hosted by Donnie
Lanier: begins Sept 26, is going for 9 weeks, finals Dec 5. Open mic
will be before and after the songwriting contest, and musicians can
sign up for both. Once a month he wants to have a "band night" but he
hasn't decided which Tuesday that'll be. Second Tuesdays include the
Winetasting Party 7-9, which may delay the start of open mic by 30
minutes, but musicians should be signed up and ready by 9pm.
Dream Tears
When the mill shut down
we hit the pavement with a thud
then we got up and kept walking.
Some to the workhouse
some to the poorhouse
some to the whorehouse
and the grave.
This battered old shell
looks like a death mask.
Step into this dream
only real to the sleeper.
Like in a dream
where you wake up laughing.
Games people play
all a cool illusion.
Dragging pulling me back
across my tattered brow.
Dream---
unholy afternoon of dreams.
Lovers are gone
sometimes the door opens.
Mistaken for a human being
a hilarious dream.
I went to sleep in another town
dreamed I was living in another time
life's like that sometimes kinda.
Miss her everyday...
she won't go away.
Push the hair out of your eyes
wipe back your tears.
Let the wind blow through
this unholy afternoon of dreams.
Lucky the hear the Pluto girls dance
the ground was glowing.
Would you like to see the dwarf planet split?
With one little karate chop.
Every day...
she won't go away.
Will Dockery: words
Brian Mallard: music
--
"Ozone Stigmata" by Dockery-Conley:
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

Will Dockery and the Shadowville All-Stars
see http://shadowvilleallstars.muddywolf.net/
Will Dockery
2006-09-09 18:18:09 UTC
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"I wuZ sittin' in the Crystal, nursin' my pitchur, and /she/ walked
in. Her sweater was so tight you could count her freckles by touch,
and she was touchin' both sides at the same time. She flowed this
way and that way at the same time, too. This way, or maybe it was
that way, flowed over to me and asked if I had a light. I told her,
'no, this scene was strictly /noir/'. She looked at me like a frog
had crawled out of my forehead and asked her to dance. Then she
/proved/ it was /noir/ by saying, 'don't mind if I do'. She flowed
over me like bubblegum on a hot lamppost. I was just about to ask if
she wanted to continue the dance at my place, when she ruined the
whole /schmear/. She seD, 'I've got a job for you'..."
Heh... not bad for a change, Uncle Hammes... send it off to your
publishers ( http://www.poetry.com ) perhaps?
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the Lodge thing is certainly something not to take lightly,
so I'll keep my agnostic tendancies in check and hold my exuberant
buddies in check... poor ole Jonsey should be an example of why not
to rush into these things half cocked... very curious about your
impressions of the Woody's grounds... certainly there is a
conflicting sort of energy there, and since your departure from the
scene, truthfully, Shane has had to deal with a couple of dark
incidents, causing me to shout late one night at a Mud Bog gone
awry... "This ain't Woodstock! It's Altamont!" --- but things can
go
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awry in a crowd of 700+ --- Shane's hired actual security guys now
in
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these cases where the crowd taps into these... residuals. G-d or
some
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of his friends can only say what went down there in the not-so-
distant past. A quick look at the histroy of the area give me some
clear, if knee-jerk, assumptions. And I suppose it was only a
coincidence that we decided to hold the annual Freedom Fest on
Hitler's birthday, Hitler being such an effiecient student and
adapter of US methods of "Freedom" removal/genocide... oy vey.
About ceremonies at Woody's, I think you would be well advised to
do
an sort of earth-healing ritual on that ground early on before
you
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get too far into ritual work there. In fact, while I was
standing
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out in that field, one of the first things that came to mind was
that
it needed, like, a medicine wheel ceremony, or something. It's a
great location, but there is some damage to the earth there.
Spiritually as well as physically, I think. For that matter, a
medicine wheel would be good there in any case...
Cassonya, your reference to steam brought to mind the Native
American
Sweat Lodge. from what I hear, a great soul clenser and
produces
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visions without drugs beside... in fact the Cherokee strictly
prohibit participants who have been drinking or using drugs. An
ongoing plan is to build a Sweat Lodge at Woody's in Marion
County.
Our plans were derailed by the untimely passing of Jonsey, who
was
to
supervise this project. We plan to get cracking on this Lodge
and
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have it opeartional by April 18th 2003, for the start of
Freedom
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Fest
2 at Woody's. Volenteers are most welcome, whether in the
actual
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building, vision quest stone dropping, or as carriers of the
stones
from the fire to the Lodge. Woody's holds weekly events in
music,
camping, good vibes and Mud Bog competitions. I have also
thought
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Woodie's very large area would be ideal for an Isis function,
safe
and spacious, since Kite's field is out without heavy weaponry
and
ammo, as Ellen and I found out the hard way.
Freakout!
Brian Follicle
Well hello folks! We had the 1st Annual Freedom Festival at
Woodie's In Juniper Georgia. A amazing weekend w/ lots of old, and
New friends. I am going to talk about it each night so you can get a
idea of what happened. I am also making a freedom festival website so
as the pics keep coming in, we can still add more and more. So if you
took alot of pictures that night and want them seen in website, scan
website.
Day One: Freedom log
The stage has been set, Shane Stubbs has put in a tremendous amount
of work painting the club, setting up the booths and getting the kegs
cold and ready for the masses. If you have not been to Woodie's, it's
this area best kept secret. But after the weekend, Woodie's is firmly
on the map as far as local music is concerned. Shane has volleyball,
horseshoes, pool tables, glass blowers, dunking booths, insense
makers etc and so on. We had talked about a festival and we figured
we would give it a try. Henry Conley showed up and ran sound on the
first night and was a lifesaver. I would like to thank him for his
involvement and all his spirit and help which made it go so smooth.
The tents were going up and the wood was being put together for the
giant bonfire after nightfall. First up on the bill was MOONPROPHET.
Moonprophet had Guy Fawlkes(Rick Dukes) on Gtrs joined by Will
Dockery, Austin Martin and some special guests Brian Follicle and
John Joiner. Guy Opened the show in a Hawkfeather ma! sk and tore
into "Allah" which is a brilliant piece of music, I ended up running
up on stage and joined them, followed by Joiner. Moonprophet played a
long set of psychedelic jams and then the stage was set for JONES
AVE. Jones came on and did a hour set of songs from their
album's "FOLK ART" and "IDIOT's VISION". As the day turned to night,
SUPERCZAR came out. This music was harder and has a techno-
psychedelic feel. They have a single coming out on Shut EYE records
called House of No Windows. Mater Gabe Holland and Brian Follicle
played a hour set and played songs from Gabe's album. Cd's were on
sale from all the groups. The Jones Ave album is on sale at LINK
ARTWORKS for those who did not get one from the show. SUPERCZAR will
be starting on a new album being produced by "one night STAN
STEPHENS".J JIMMY HOLLAND set in w/ both JONES AVE and SUPERCZAR and
showed his master trumpet skills he was a big hit at the festival.
After SUPERCZAR came HENRY CONLEY to close out the first night. We
all ended up on stage till about 3:00 that morning. Henry played cuts
from his great album, available from him or linox.com. One of my
highlights was to see everyone getting along so well and enjoying the
festival atmosphere. The wide open spaces at Woodie's was comfortable
and the folks were very friendly. Great food and great times. People
were wearing masks and having a laugh and not being too serious.
Great night.....................................
Day 2 (Saturday)
The first band up was one of my favorite bands around here called
the "SLOTH BAND" I was happy to get one of their cd's and they ripped
thru their set playing some originals and covers. Second up was a set
from INNOCENT IVY. They played a long set of OZRIC/AMON DUUL type
space rock that was good for a event like that. They did a good job
and were interesting. After that JONES AVE hit the stage with LASZLO
STAN a violinist from Transylvania. He is a one of the best violists
you will ever hear. Master Gabe Holland played Congas w/ Dr. David
Wisdo and Brian Follicle. We played some covers like "Rider's on the
Storm" and "Lucky man" w/ Acoustic instruments mandolin, flutes,
violins etc. Kinda like a Pearls before Swine meets Incredible String
Band. We did a Hour set and rolled thru some album cuts and had a
great time. The crowd was dancing and cutting up and everyone was
having a blast. The massive p.a. HAYWIRE rolled out is impressive.
They were helpful to all the bands and had an unmatched pro-attitude.
We called Shane up and he proposed to Leigh and it was a great time.
Haywire hit the stage and the dancing started again. Kenny Miller is
incredible on percussion and he is an amazing entertainer, They know
how to get a audience rocking out. If you have not seen HAYWIRE you
need to.Tthey were really great. 2 drummers, 2 gtrs and a and a great
bassist. HAYWIRE played a 2 1/2 hour show and gave the crowd all they
could handle. Thanks so Much HAYWIRE for such a solid show. Alot of
people made the FREEDOM FESTIVAL happen and alot of bands gave their
time and efforts to make this work. Here is a list of the Bands and
performer's.
INNOCENT IVY
THE GREAT AMERICAN SLOTH BAND
MOON PROPHET
JONES AVE
HENRY CONLEY
HAYWIRE
go to website to see pics from FREEDOM FEST 2002
http://www.angelfire.com/music4/mtfollicle/
other websites of interest(Freedom Fest bands)
www.slothband.com-us.com
www.sfblue.co.uk
www.starship.pp.se/sfb/
www.sanfranciscoblue.com
http://community-2.webtv.net/kennymiller1/theHAYWIREBand/
HENRY CONLEY is hosting at Coaches Corner on Tuesday night's.
Try and make it out for live music and good times.
Jones Ave. have released a new album called FOLK ART available in
town at Links art works and on the web thru the above websites
(www.sfblue.co.uk) It is available thru ZEITGEIST in SCOTLAND.
Special thanks to SHANE STUBBS for helping me throw a heck of a party
all your hard work and DEDICATION made it work and the Spirit of it
Grand!
p.s.s If you haven't been to Woodie's its 20 miles out 80 east turn
right and 4 miles out on 41 Woodie's is on left. Be watching for more
FESTIVAL information. I invite you to the FREEDOM FESTIVAL WEBSITE to
look at pics http://www.angelfire.com/music4/mtfollicle/. 2 big
stages and good food and beer.... !!!
p.s.s.s
You all have a great month and check out festival pics It was great
Brian Follicle OUT!
If you have something you want us to review, interview, discuss or
post....
Contact us. We will get to it quickly!
Amy, just good old fashioned Rock And Roll... no one gets hurt... I
think Sam was hanging in the "tent village" where everyone did what
they wanted, all in good fun, party time, lots of good little
cookouts, et cetera. Woodie's is located on several acres of land in
rural Marion county, just outside Shadowville, and things were cool as
long as no one tried to drive away, since the sherrif's deputies took
a keen interest in the activities, and were waiting on the highway...
so most of us stayed from Friday till Sunday night. Besides the music,
there was a glass blower, the madman Insense Guru with his own hand
made insense, my old high school pal Henry Alcott doing airbrush, and
"soulmates" for everyone. The Satori of the night came for me when
Shane lit a bonfire... then lit another... two huge bonfires, and the
"Freedom... like Yin/Yang, dark/light... for every Freedom there is
slavery, for every war, a peace... love... hate..."
--
"Ozone Stigmata" by Will Dockery-Henry Conley
http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

Greybeard Cavalier
Recorded at The Vault
Columbus, GA 31901
June 13, 2006
Vocals: Will Dockery. Music: The Shadowville Allstars.
Based on "Greybeard Cavalier" by Will Dockery, 0x0000 and Brian Fowler.
Video by Doug Cole
http://youtu.be/r6BGlXmtzE8
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Why are you posting a retrospective, Will? You can't even remember what
you
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ate for lunch.
Nah... yesterday I had oysters and a pitchur of beer at Crystal Valley
You drank an entire pitcher of beer? For lunch? Why the fuck doesn't that
surprise me?
He can neither spell nor afford a pitcher.
He had a "PIC-ture" of beer, etc.
/Dark/ beer, even.
"Noir."
"I wuZ sittin' in the Crystal, nursin' my pitchur, and /she/ walked
in. Her sweater was so tight you could count her freckles by touch,
and she was touchin' both sides at the same time. She flowed this
way and that way at the same time, too. This way, or maybe it was
that way, flowed over to me and asked if I had a light. I told her,
'no, this scene was strictly /noir/'. She looked at me like a frog
had crawled out of my forehead and asked her to dance. Then she
/proved/ it was /noir/ by saying, 'don't mind if I do'. She flowed
over me like bubblegum on a hot lamppost. I was just about to ask if
she wanted to continue the dance at my place, when she ruined the
whole /schmear/. She seD, 'I've got a job for you'..."
"You're spoilin' the mood, Doll," I whispered in her ear.

"Look ya big galoot, I really do have a job for you, a BIG job, and I
can make it worth your while," she promised, and snuggled a little
closer. We hugged so tightly I could feel her freckles through the
rivets in her bra. She was saying more with her body in that moment,
than Franklin Delano could say in a three hour state of the union.

"OK, Doll, you win. You got a job needs doing, I guess I'm your fella."
Just then, the jazz band played their coda, and the boys stepped out
for a smoke. We came back to our booth, I ordered a pitcher of bourbon
for me and whatever she was having. She fumbled in her purse and pulled
out a cigarette. I held out my Ronson, and she lightly gripped my hand,
leaning forward to the flame. The light danced across her face in stark
contrast to the noir setting of the Crystal Cafe Americaine. I could
see her eyes were a deep china blue, her lips red as teacher's apple,
and I knew /nothing/ about this deal was going to go my way.

"Might as well spill it, Doll."

"It's like this, Mr. Blaine..."

"You're breakin' my heart, Kid," I interrupted. "After /that/ dance I
ain't "mister" to you. Call me Dick."

"I thought your name was Rick?"

"Dick. Richard Blaine, Private Detective. That's what it says on my
office door."

"Ok, I'll play along, you're Dick the dick. Well, Dick, It's my
husband..." and doesn't that just cut it, I thought. Of course a dame
like this would have a walking talking WPA Subsidy signed up; Somebody
to sit up and beg when she whistled. And she /knew/ how to whistle.

"Well, I'll be a monkey's uncle--so you come with a Sugar Daddy
attached. But where's the ring?"

"In my purse. And don't get any ideas, I always take it off when I'm
undercover."

"Baby, the way you stick out in a crowd, you couldn't go undercover
even if you walked around with a stack of Pullman Blankets on your
head."

"As I say, Dick, it's my husband. He's wanted by the authorities and I
have to get him out of this
country." Her eyes furtively darted around the club, trying to make out
faces in the thick noir.

"You're thinking if you get him out of Kabul, you'll get to Martinique
and then on to Iran."

"Yes, but it's far harder to get an exit visa here than we'd
anticipated."

"Which is where I come in, I suppose."

"Yes, can you help us, Dick?"

"Well, how many do I need to get out?"

She counted on her fingers, "There's just my husband and I. And my
three co-wives. And 27 children"

"Well, it just so happens that I have some letters of transit, signed
by General Franks, himself." I looked away briefly, thinking about that
leach Ugarte. He was slimy, even as far as Turks go, and Turks go
pretty far in that direction. Well, I thought, he wouldn't need the
letters of transit any more. Not where he was going.

"By General /Tommy/ Franks?" she exclaimed. She caught herself when she
realized she'd almost yelled it. She looked suspiciously around the
cafe. The boys were coming back to the stage and picking up their
instruments. No one seemed to be taking interest in our table. She
continued in a whisper, "Then they cannot be rescinded!"

"Yeah. But it'll cost ya," I said flatly.

"My husband is rich. Money is no problem."

"Not a problem...if ya got a lot of it. But there's only two letters. I
can't get you /all/ out, even for all the money in Old Arabie."

"So just two of us can go?" she desperately whispered.

"That's the size of it, Doll. Some'll have and some'll have not."

--
Neo D'Artagnan
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Freakout! by Brian Follicle
Why are you posting a retrospective, Will? You can't even remember what
you
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ate for lunch.
Nah... yesterday I had oysters and a pitchur of beer at Crystal Valley
You drank an entire pitcher of beer? For lunch? Why the fuck doesn't that
surprise me?
He can neither spell nor afford a pitcher.
He had a "PIC-ture" of beer, etc.
/Dark/ beer, even.
"Noir."
"I wuZ sittin' in the Crystal, nursin' my pitchur, and /she/ walked
in. Her sweater was so tight you could count her freckles by touch,
and she was touchin' both sides at the same time. She flowed this
way and that way at the same time, too. This way, or maybe it was
that way, flowed over to me and asked if I had a light. I told her,
'no, this scene was strictly /noir/'. She looked at me like a frog
had crawled out of my forehead and asked her to dance. Then she
/proved/ it was /noir/ by saying, 'don't mind if I do'. She flowed
over me like bubblegum on a hot lamppost. I was just about to ask if
she wanted to continue the dance at my place, when she ruined the
whole /schmear/. She seD, 'I've got a job for you'..."
"You're spoilin' the mood, Doll," I whispered in her ear.
"Look ya big galoot, I really do have a job for you, a BIG job, and I
can make it worth your while," she promised, and snuggled a little
closer. We hugged so tightly I could feel her freckles through the
rivets in her bra. She was saying more with her body in that moment,
than Franklin Delano could say in a three hour state of the union.
"OK, Doll, you win. You got a job needs doing, I guess I'm your fella."
Just then, the jazz band played their coda, and the boys stepped out
for a smoke.
I pushed the startled bint out of my way, feeling every freckle
through my gossamer haze, and leaped for the suddenly-vacant
microphone. Somehow, my shoelace came untied and wrapped around my
10.27mm Glock-Fenwick backup piece, causing my face to make violent
contact with a solid object. Nothing serious, it was only the floor.
I'd been there, done that.
Picking myself up by my bootstraps, I settled my freckle
approximately where I'd put it that morning, retied my shoelace, and
stepped for the stage again.
And found myself kissing another solid object, but it was still
only the floor, no bandaids, please.
This time, I retied the errant left shoelace to the other left
shoelace, and reached the stage without further incident.
I quickly found the right tape under the pot plant, slipped it in,
and proceeded to give her my best mumble of "I've Got You, Babe."
"Oh, Babe," she breathed, every freckle straining its gossamer
leash like a Malamute pulling for Nome in flu season, "play it again!
Damn!"
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We came back to our booth, I ordered a pitcher of bourbon
for me and whatever she was having. She fumbled in her purse and pulled
out a cigarette. I held out my Ronson, and she lightly gripped my hand,
leaning forward to the flame. The light danced across her face in stark
contrast to the noir setting of the Crystal Cafe Americaine. I could
see her eyes were a deep china blue, her lips red as teacher's apple,
and I knew /nothing/ about this deal was going to go my way.
"Might as well spill it, Doll."
"Too late," she breathed, "you already did. You fell against the
table on your way to the floor."

"NertZ, Babe, and here I thot /you/ slipped me the double whammy."
I downed a double shot of vodka, popped two packets of ketchup,
and chomped on a complimentary celery stick.
The stick kept saying, "My, what big teeth you have, Grandma," but
it was a dam' sight cheaper than Sidney's Bloody Marys.
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"It's like this, Mr. Blaine..."
"You're breakin' my heart, Kid," I interrupted. "After /that/ dance I
ain't "mister" to you. Call me Dick."
"I thought your name was Rick?"
"Dick. Richard Blaine, Private Detective. That's what it says on my
office door."
"Ok, I'll play along, you're Dick the dick. Well, Dick, It's my
husband..." and doesn't that just cut it, I thought. Of course a dame
like this would have a walking talking WPA Subsidy signed up; Somebody
to sit up and beg when she whistled. And she /knew/ how to whistle.
"Well, I'll be a monkey's uncle--so you come with a Sugar Daddy
attached. But where's the ring?"
"In my purse. And don't get any ideas, I always take it off when I'm
undercover."
"Baby, the way you stick out in a crowd, you couldn't go undercover
even if you walked around with a stack of Pullman Blankets on your
head."
"As I say, Dick, it's my husband. He's wanted by the authorities and I
have to get him out of this
country." Her eyes furtively darted around the club, trying to make out
faces in the thick noir.
"You're thinking if you get him out of Kabul, you'll get to Martinique
and then on to Iran."
"Yes, but it's far harder to get an exit visa here than we'd
anticipated."
"Which is where I come in, I suppose."
"Yes, can you help us, Dick?
"I've already tried the usual suspects; you know, the popeyed
little moonface with the nazal wheeze, the man sitting on the first
two stools by the door, the man with the accordion and the mingkey,
the man with one red shoe -- he kept hugging himself and saying it
was a really big shoe...
"I even thought about Georgia, but only because she was on my mind."
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"Well, how many do I need to get out?"
She counted on her fingers, "There's just my husband and I. And my
three co-wives. And 27 children"
"Well, it just so happens that I have some letters of transit, signed
by General Franks, himself." I looked away briefly, thinking about that
leach Ugarte. He was slimy, even as far as Turks go, and Turks go
pretty far in that direction. Well, I thought, he wouldn't need the
letters of transit any more. Not where he was going.
"By General /Tommy/ Franks?" she exclaimed. She caught herself when she
realized she'd almost yelled it. She looked suspiciously around the
cafe. The boys were coming back to the stage and picking up their
instruments. No one seemed to be taking interest in our table. She
continued in a whisper, "Then they cannot be rescinded!"
"Yeah. But it'll cost ya," I said flatly.
"My husband is rich. Money is no problem."
"Not a problem...if ya got a lot of it. But there's only two letters. I
can't get you /all/ out, even for all the money in Old Arabie."
"So just two of us can go?" she desperately whispered.
"That's the size of it, Doll. Some'll have and some'll have not."
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Why are you posting a retrospective, Will? You can't even remember what
you
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ate for lunch.
Nah... yesterday I had oysters and a pitchur of beer at Crystal Valley
You drank an entire pitcher of beer? For lunch? Why the fuck doesn't that
surprise me?
He can neither spell nor afford a pitcher.
He had a "PIC-ture" of beer, etc.
/Dark/ beer, even.
"Noir."
"I wuZ sittin' in the Crystal, nursin' my pitchur, and /she/ walked
in. Her sweater was so tight you could count her freckles by touch,
and she was touchin' both sides at the same time. She flowed this
way and that way at the same time, too. This way, or maybe it was
that way, flowed over to me and asked if I had a light. I told her,
'no, this scene was strictly /noir/'. She looked at me like a frog
had crawled out of my forehead and asked her to dance. Then she
/proved/ it was /noir/ by saying, 'don't mind if I do'. She flowed
over me like bubblegum on a hot lamppost. I was just about to ask if
she wanted to continue the dance at my place, when she ruined the
whole /schmear/. She seD, 'I've got a job for you'..."
"You're spoilin' the mood, Doll," I whispered in her ear.
"Look ya big galoot, I really do have a job for you, a BIG job, and I
can make it worth your while," she promised, and snuggled a little
closer. We hugged so tightly I could feel her freckles through the
rivets in her bra. She was saying more with her body in that moment,
than Franklin Delano could say in a three hour state of the union.
"OK, Doll, you win. You got a job needs doing, I guess I'm your fella."
Just then, the jazz band played their coda, and the boys stepped out
for a smoke.
I pushed the startled bint out of my way, feeling every freckle
through my gossamer haze, and leaped for the suddenly-vacant
microphone. Somehow, my shoelace came untied and wrapped around my
10.27mm Glock-Fenwick backup piece, causing my face to make violent
contact with a solid object. Nothing serious, it was only the floor.
I'd been there, done that.
Picking myself up by my bootstraps, I settled my freckle
approximately where I'd put it that morning, retied my shoelace, and
stepped for the stage again.
And found myself kissing another solid object, but it was still
only the floor, no bandaids, please.
This time, I retied the errant left shoelace to the other left
shoelace, and reached the stage without further incident.
I quickly found the right tape under the pot plant, slipped it in,
and proceeded to give her my best mumble of "I've Got You, Babe."
"Oh, Babe," she breathed, every freckle straining its gossamer
leash like a Malamute pulling for Nome in flu season, "play it again!
Damn!"
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We came back to our booth, I ordered a pitcher of bourbon
for me and whatever she was having. She fumbled in her purse and pulled
out a cigarette. I held out my Ronson, and she lightly gripped my hand,
leaning forward to the flame. The light danced across her face in stark
contrast to the noir setting of the Crystal Cafe Americaine. I could
see her eyes were a deep china blue, her lips red as teacher's apple,
and I knew /nothing/ about this deal was going to go my way.
"Might as well spill it, Doll."
"Too late," she breathed, "you already did. You fell against the
table on your way to the floor."
"NertZ, Babe, and here I thot /you/ slipped me the double whammy."
I downed a double shot of vodka, popped two packets of ketchup,
and chomped on a complimentary celery stick.
The stick kept saying, "My, what big teeth you have, Grandma," but
it was a dam' sight cheaper than Sidney's Bloody Marys.
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"It's like this, Mr. Blaine..."
"You're breakin' my heart, Kid," I interrupted. "After /that/ dance I
ain't "mister" to you. Call me Dick."
"I thought your name was Rick?"
"Dick. Richard Blaine, Private Detective. That's what it says on my
office door."
"Ok, I'll play along, you're Dick the dick. Well, Dick, It's my
husband..." and doesn't that just cut it, I thought. Of course a dame
like this would have a walking talking WPA Subsidy signed up; Somebody
to sit up and beg when she whistled. And she /knew/ how to whistle.
"Well, I'll be a monkey's uncle--so you come with a Sugar Daddy
attached. But where's the ring?"
"In my purse. And don't get any ideas, I always take it off when I'm
undercover."
"Baby, the way you stick out in a crowd, you couldn't go undercover
even if you walked around with a stack of Pullman Blankets on your
head."
"As I say, Dick, it's my husband. He's wanted by the authorities and I
have to get him out of this
country." Her eyes furtively darted around the club, trying to make out
faces in the thick noir.
"You're thinking if you get him out of Kabul, you'll get to Martinique
and then on to Iran."
"Yes, but it's far harder to get an exit visa here than we'd
anticipated."
"Which is where I come in, I suppose."
"Yes, can you help us, Dick?
"I've already tried the usual suspects; you know, the popeyed
little moonface with the nazal wheeze, the man sitting on the first
two stools by the door, the man with the accordion and the mingkey,
the man with one red shoe -- he kept hugging himself and saying it
was a really big shoe...
"I even thought about Georgia, but only because she was on my mind."
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"Shadowville. Shit, I'm still only in Shadowville. Every time I think
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When I was home after my first leave, it was worse. When I was here, I
wanted to be there. But when I was there, all I could think about was
getting back into Usenet.

Every day the walls moved in a little closer. Waiting for a mission.

And for my sins, they gave me one. And when it was over, I'd never want
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Every day the walls moved in a little closer. Waiting for a mission.
And for my sins, they gave me one. And when it was over, I'd never want
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heh...
I missed these at first... keepers!

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http://artsontheriver.com/

Saturday, October 21, 2006
11:00 AM till 5:00 PM

The 11th Annual Arts on the River will be held Saturday, October 21,
2006 from 11:00 AM till 5:00 PM by the Chattahoochee River. Since there
is construction in the area that is usually used, we will be several
blocks south, on Front Avenue between 6th and 7th Streets, near the
amphitheatre and the Coca-Cola Space Science Center. This festival
will include member organizations of the Columbus Cultural Arts
Alliance.

Entry forms:
Printable HTML
Portable Document Format (PDF)
Sponsors:
Sponsored by WTVM Channel 9 and Uptown Columbus.

The Rules:
Entry fees for this one day show are $75.00 per artist/per space. There
are no discounts given this year. FINE ARTS ONLY WILL BE ACCEPTED, to
include all paint media, artistic photography, hand thrown pottery,
sculpture, and metal work, which includes hand-crafted jewelry. Please
call if you have a medium not mentioned, as limited other media are
accepted. Cash awards and ribbons are offered. Each space will be
approximately 15' x 15' in order to accept artists' canopies, and may
be filled with your choice of display materials. Actual space only will
be offered; each exhibitor will need to provide all display racks,
tables and other props to accommodate the exhibit. SPACES WILL BE
ASSIGNED on a first come, first served basis, with consideration for
special needs and interesting presentation, and will be marked for
identification, with the marker in the front center of the space. Set
up time will be from 8:00 AM till 11:00 AM; each exhibitor must be
ready for the judging and to show by 11:00 AM. Everyone is encouraged
to make his or her space as attractive and creative as possible.
Artists or their representative must remain with the exhibit. All
artists are expected to stay for the entire length of the show. Those
who do not may not be eligible for the next year's show. No commission
is taken by the organizers. All taxes, to include a 7% sales tax, are
the responsibility of each artist.

All works must be original. NO KITS, COMMERCIAL MODELS, MOLDS,
PATTERNS, COPIES, CLIP ART or CUT-OUTS will be accepted, and the work
must be that of the artist present. Limited edition prints may be
exhibited, but must be labeled as such, signed and numbered by the
artist, and are ineligible for judging or awards, with the exception of
a purchase award. Computer generated images are allowed provided no
clip art is used and work is original by the artist exhibiting. NO
CRAFTS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Artists who have NOT EXHIBITED WITH ARTS ON
THE RIVER PREVIOUSLY must submit three photos or slides showing your
original work. (This can also be done via e-mail.) Include a self
addressed, stamped envelope only for the return of prints or slides.
Entry fees should be included with the application, and will be
refunded only if the artist is not accepted for the show; no money will
be refunded for no-shows. There is no rain date - the show will take
place rain or shine. The organizers reserve the right to reject any
works deemed not appropriate. The artist releases the organizers, the
other organizations of the Cultural Arts Alliance, and any sponsors
from any damages or injury incurred during the show by the exhibitor,
representative thereof, or to the works exhibited. NO AGENTS PERMITTED
FOR THIS SHOW. Should the artist cancel prior to the event, a $25.00
administration fee will be retained. A late fee of $20 is required
after deadline.

All entry forms with fee enclosed (Checks should be made out to Arts on
the River) must be completed and postmarked no later than October 1,
2006 and mailed to:

Lois M. Tryon
Arts on the River
6162 Cape Cod Court
Columbus, Georgia 31904-2910

Entrants will be notified of non-acceptance as soon as possible; those
accepted will be sent space assignments in early October. New
exhibitors will be notified of acceptance as soon as it is granted.
Recipients of Purchase Awards will not be paid until the purchase is
delivered.

For further information, call Lois Tryon: (706) 323-8139 E-mail:
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Additional forms can be downloaded from artsontheriver.com.

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I write poems all the time
Can you prove that?
Yes, I can
Then you'll be posting a new poem here on Usenet tonight, Gasfly?

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2006-09-12 02:32:14 UTC
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I write poems all the time
Can you prove that?
Yes, I can
Then you'll be posting a new poem here on Usenet tonight, Gasfly?
You claim you don't abuse drugs, Dorkery. Will you be posting a photo of you
not using them?

You fucking idiot.
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I write poems all the time
Can you prove that?
Yes, I can, idiotfuck.
Can you prove that you didn't beat up your ex-wife when she decided to
dump you for someone with a job?
Why am I even replying to this simpleton?
I think of it as using sign language with a deaf person. If you don't know
how to do it, you still try as hard as you can to get your point across,
even though it's almost impossible to tell what it is they're trying to say.
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I write poems all the time
Can you prove that?
Yes, I can, idiotfuck.
Can you prove that you didn't beat up your ex-wife when she decided to
dump you for someone with a job?
Why am I even replying to this simpleton?
I think of it as using sign language with a deaf person. If you don't know
how to do it, you still try as hard as you can to get your point across,
even though it's almost impossible to tell what it is they're trying to say.
It's easier to think of it as using language with a monkey.
Too bad you can't use a stick over a modem.
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2006-09-12 21:44:53 UTC
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I think of it as using sign language with a deaf person. If you
don't know how to do it, you still try as hard as you can to get
your point across, even though it's almost impossible to tell what
it is they're trying to say.
It's easier to think of it as using language with a monkey.
Too bad you can't use a stick over a modem.
How about a cattle prod?
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I think of it as using sign language with a deaf person. If you
don't know how to do it, you still try as hard as you can to get
your point across, even though it's almost impossible to tell what
it is they're trying to say.
It's easier to think of it as using language with a monkey.
Too bad you can't use a stick over a modem.
How about a cattle prod?
A /sermon/? They don't even work on the chuckles.
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I think of it as using sign language with a deaf person. If you
don't know how to do it, you still try as hard as you can to get
your point across, even though it's almost impossible to tell what
it is they're trying to say.
It's easier to think of it as using language with a monkey.
Too bad you can't use a stick over a modem.
How about a cattle prod?
A /sermon/?
I can write one if you want one.
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They don't even work on the chuckles.
What does?
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Dennis M. Hammes
2006-09-14 08:23:58 UTC
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I think of it as using sign language with a deaf person. If you
don't know how to do it, you still try as hard as you can to get
your point across, even though it's almost impossible to tell what
it is they're trying to say.
It's easier to think of it as using language with a monkey.
Too bad you can't use a stick over a modem.
How about a cattle prod?
A /sermon/?
I can write one if you want one.
Naaah. But the cattle do, so your effort isn't likely to be wasted
if you feel like it.
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They don't even work on the chuckles.
What does?
Lichen, rain, shoelaces, women, smug academics...
A weird arsenal, to be sure.
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2006-09-14 10:05:22 UTC
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I think of it as using sign language with a deaf person. If you
don't know how to do it, you still try as hard as you can to get
your point across, even though it's almost impossible to tell
what it is they're trying to say.
It's easier to think of it as using language with a monkey.
Too bad you can't use a stick over a modem.
How about a cattle prod?
A /sermon/?
I can write one if you want one.
Naaah. But the cattle do, so your effort isn't likely to be wasted
if you feel like it.
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They don't even work on the chuckles.
What does?
Lichen, rain, shoelaces, women, smug academics...
A weird arsenal, to be sure.
What about tinfoil hats?
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2006-09-15 08:17:19 UTC
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I think of it as using sign language with a deaf person. If you
don't know how to do it, you still try as hard as you can to get
your point across, even though it's almost impossible to tell
what it is they're trying to say.
It's easier to think of it as using language with a monkey.
Too bad you can't use a stick over a modem.
How about a cattle prod?
A /sermon/?
I can write one if you want one.
Naaah. But the cattle do, so your effort isn't likely to be wasted
if you feel like it.
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Post by Dennis M. Hammes
They don't even work on the chuckles.
What does?
Lichen, rain, shoelaces, women, smug academics...
A weird arsenal, to be sure.
What about tinfoil hats?
He wears tinfoil mesh bike shorts, 'cos his brain...
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My material is obviously superior
obviously, no?
apparently, no?
Since you don't even /have/ material, absolutely.
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ggamble
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On Fri, 15 Sep 2006 13:36:27 -0400, "Will Dockery"
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Post by Will Dockery
My material is obviously superior
obviously, no?
apparently, no?
you don't even /have/ material, absolutely.
absolutely, apparently, obviously, no?
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