Thursday, December 15, 2005

Random update on mainly...THAT blog

I should be going South for Christmas hooray!
No one has posted anything here and I'm wasting
away for lack of COMMENTS u know those things you
write where it says ADD A COMMENT - I don't care
what you write so long as it isn't

NAZI BOLLOCKS - into the dustbin er
the trashcan of history with it!

"Halte Deine umwelt Sauber."


"Stops your environment cleanly."
It may lose a little in translation but...
ya gets the picture!
"White ayran nations..." indeed...pah
what a load of willies and cobblers!
Speaking of Nazis - it seems that myspace is full
of them. BrianJonestownmassacre has an excellent
triptastic blog there and... read it.
Nuff Nazis...

So what happened to the blog then? Well selective
scrolling reveals the following non bulletted points.

Steve was wished lots of nice things by the Indie bloggers.
The silence about the 6am Cally time rebroadcast was deafening.
Neither the Pie of Flora are myspacers - there was no reporting
back to the nevah.
JR had fun in Vegas.
The nevah is withdrawing from Cadbury's chocolate
that aint real chocolate nevah - real chocolate
is 99% cocoa mass!
Iggy Pop may possibly be posting on the blog - we hope so
cos we are all big fanz and passengers! Also Pete Townshend.
Mosquitoes may carry AIDS - well Scottish midgies sure don't!
Bjork was big upped! I saw her once at Glastonbury 95

No it was Glasto 94 and er, I didn't want to but I was
kind of swept along by the crowd and ended up at the
stage and it was all-right. Tho my ex used to say that
she was as mad as a snake! Big time sensual....ity!!!!

Lennon's death was discussed.
Blue Öyster Cult fun with umlauts even tho it was a cover version!
Viagra day - "I love my job." JR.
Message of the week - came and er went...
Perhaps Steve does like to be insulted in a fatty jones chocolate box
assorted McLaren Reid kind of way...Ah hae ma doots!
For some reason Miche advocated Jack's shack
as the alternative blog post place but this is the:

Tell me where there is another?
OK there is Stuarts blog and you should check it
for the latest news. See the linkie its in MY LINKS

The impostercile dropped his fish guise electing to use
the run from Jack and the Beanstalk as his theme.
Disco inferno...Is it what you wanna hear from
the Licker of Lichtenstein? Steve the Jones
is an eclectic man, wonder if he'd play some
Tom Paxton for me? No not Misty...
Crotch grabbing....

All together its....
Schhhhhhhhhhhhhhh- you know who you are
and so do we!

This has been a chriswasanon updated summary
of the summary - you know it makes no sense
sense production.

Wednesday, December 14, 2005


Looks like we will be having a meeting and rally concerning
Extraordinary rendition in the "constipated elephant," aka
Wigtown County Buildings on 16th January 2006. The enormous
building dominating everything else is the County buildings.

Monday, December 12, 2005

Talk amongst yourselves...on topic!

Off line version or it could be the online version

Get your rot13ersout!

If you wish you may post your comments here about anything
its a sort of blog lovein maaaaaaan!

Its up to yoo hooo!

So get cbfgvat, V jnag gb frr gubfr pbzzragf - va ebg 13 vs lbh yvxr.

Mebbe I am a cantankerous old git today but V jnag gb xabj jul gur shpxvat uryy V pna'g nqq zlfrys nf n sevraq gb zlfcnpr. V zrna jub vf lbhe orfg sevraq ohg lbhefrys, uhu?


Sunday, December 11, 2005

Travelling....rhetorical park-up

"Who among us has not felt his heart beat a little faster at the sight of a plane soaring into a wide blue sky, or admired the fellow who tears up the gas bills? ..."

"Ghost riders. Travels with American nomads." by Richard Grant.

Whether, its 3 weeks in the sun, 3 months in Europe or 3 years around the world, we all love to travel.

The fact of the matter is of course that there always were, always are and always will be people, "on the road." Mar a bha, mar a tha, mar a bhios. Or "as it was, as it is is and as it will be." Now none of us can really be sure how our lives will turn out, what direction is home. So is travel a necessary rite of passage? To see different places, eat different things, meet different people is surely to broaden the horizon of personal human experience and become the richer for it. Previous exploration by those who came before us has created the future possibilities that we all now inhabit and enjoy or suffer...

Once that decision is made, it becomes an easier thing to keep moving than it is to stop. The act of motion is an unsettling thing. Those who live on the road; in trailers, in wikieups, in ghellies on the shores of lochs, in yurts, in bedouin tents, in a convoy parked up for the winter know this. Those with wood burning stoves and stack pipes. Who dwell in tents, in caves, on floors, up trees, in woods and up mountains, they have elected to lead a shifting lifestyle. They tell the same thing: they are uncomfortable with the idea of living in a stationery box. A static existence underpinned with the hum of a domestic electricity supply. I find the concept of end-point unsettling. It seems that there is no true terminus.

That bus ride, that plane trip, that boat crossing or that journey may have finished, but it is easier to take another. This was my feeling looking out across the Mediterranean sea to N. Africa on the edge of Europe - after a mere 2 days of motion out from Scotland to Southern Spain.

Interested? The subject of nomadism is a fine topic and you can't really do better in my view than seek out a book called, "Ghost Riders. Travels with American Nomads." by Richard Grant. This autobiog travelogue explores through "case-history" what lies behind the urge to travel within the US. its problems, benefits, lesser-known aspects of US. history and the wider implications of travel.

Answers on a post!

Chris was anon.