Saturday, January 28, 2006

You will have journey...

Whats this about unsuspecting surfer - its a blog about a blog - not many of those about are there? It's about the keystrokes typed by individuals at the Steve Jones blog on Indie. 103.1. Indie is a radio station on the web and on the radio beaming out of LA. This is the cWa info exchange in thrall to Steve Jones the dee jay..aka..the man who can...the sire of Willshire...the captain of the blogship Indie. To whet craven appetites, you came here for something didn't you? Did you just click the recently published blogs link? I can only suggest that you click the back bit of your browser cos here we kick down the doors, fill your head full of guitar hero Kutie Jones and his Sex Pistols and dress like a dyke, like a hero, like a punk and like a prostitute Anarchist punk gang 1% who don't fit in and don't care. Its all there for your diversion. --------------------> In the...in the link boxes.

Now to move on...

That translation.com feeds you with some absurd renderings from Spanish into English and vice versa anyway - if I had translated anything in that manner from Irish to English, or Gaelic etc. at Uni I would have been bottom of class and my lecturer would have fixed me with his steely gimlet eye and said:

"That's not quite what it means A' Chrisdean."

Ah I can hear Raghnall Mac 'Illie Dhubh now. The consensus seems to be use a dictionary cos language is full of nuance and subtlety.



We are blessed with on the spot translation servicios - for these London boys - "servicios" can mean toilet in Spanish - I'm talking about translators like Tricky, like nevah and like that chriswasanon - who he - when he can get it together to listen and blog that is.

Lots of squabbling, some of us really do want to just feel the love and AC. is right there. Move on peoples. Mind you some of you do find the postings of others to be red rag to bulls and have to respond.

Like Pie I try to sit on the creaking fence, sipping Irn bru - not fizzy water or is that the palings and the pickets? I am a diplomat and as Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili or "Stalin" said once to one of his minions:

"Let us execute the diplomats..."

This mass murderer did have a sense of humour...

Rat Scabies needs a crash pad and a car apparently. Don't worry he hasn't got scabies anymore. Rats? - Pie these are worse than mice - oh that gnawing...too much. When they get in your kitchen its a kind of a merry hell - I knows. Scabies? When these little mites get under your skin you will wish that you were a giant scratching machine. I knows.

Accom wise Gidget offered her space to the former DAMNED DAMNED DAMNED drummer and so did many another hospitable blogstastic blogstar. Floor reprised the journey and apart from 2 words one of which turned out be lug'oles and the other...I do not feel in a position to comment upon...well it was A1 A+A+A+ great ebayer - would deal with again recommend excellent communication stuff. T'scribing is hard work.

Ramona thinks that we should have a board not a blog - she's got a point.
Sundance - how can I comment?

Until Monday...
Until 12 bells.

Big up:

Floor/JR./Jewell/Aunt Chrissy/AC/Tricky/Pie/Miche/Gidge/Nevah/Gail/Alison/Ramona

if I've missed you....yaketty yak.

Postscript - "dosers? dosers?" Oh dossers - I get it I thought it was like celebrity "get a dose" when I read it on the blog. I couldn't hear the show so I had no idea what you were all laughing about - mind you I usually have no idea so it's a wonder I do this not entirely thankless task - slaving over a hot computer...moan grumble. I do it for the comments - that's it. So you will comment won't you. TIA!

Back to the confoosion. Dose as in "syphilis" or "clap" or something and if you think I'm going to spell gonorhhea kerektly think on...It's "Doss" sleep rough. Crash on the street sing ANTI NOWHERE LEAGUE..."Streets of London" or even Ralph McTell. Stuart's blog cleared that one up. Dohhh...nutella.

Chris was anon.

3 comments:

Jade said...

Yes, I was wondering about "dose" and "doss." Never heard the term doss before, but I have heard of dose. And I think Ramona's right--a bulletin board might be easier to follow.

Jade

Chris was Anon said...

Mmm and more secure Jade - Welcome and thanks for posting! You might find the term "dosshouse" in George Orwell's "Down and Out in Paris and London." From there we probably get the verb to "doss". A dossjob is a cushy number, an easy task. And so on...

Alison said...

hiya, chris. an indie 103 jonesy board would be great. The hamsters running my home dial-up have gone on strike again -- they say that big a blog is hell on their tiny little muscles. and they don't like pretenders either, unless it's the band :-).

Thanks for translating "dosser." Between Rat and Jonesy, it was a bit hard to follow at times. Sorry you missed it, tho. Picture Rat working the phone, rustling up a couch 'n' a car for a week, with Jonesy singing "New Rose" a cappella. Radio at its finest *lol*

Hope you're having a nice weekend