Category Archives: Poetry

WE’RE BASICALLY AT END GAME

“You’re not going to wake up anybody anymore. We’re basically at end game. There are things that are about to start happening everywhere that’s going to freak the shit out of people.
Back away from trying to wake them up, they’re comfortably asleep; they are where they want to be. And unfortunate, as it is, when the crap does hit the fan, they’re going to look around and say; ‘why didn’t someone say something.”

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THE AWESOME EXPERIENCE OF AN 8,000 VOICE CHOIR

The Welsh male voice choir has become the country’s most treasured and remarkable feature, with Baptist, Methodist origins in the 18th century. During this time, congregations in both the north and south of Wales formed tenor-bass choirs that led chapel-goers in the singing of hymns, both in English and in Welsh.

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THE DAY I TOOK ON THE U.S. NAVY AND WON

At 4,000 miles it is quite a distance between Los Angeles and Port of Cristobal, the entrance of the Panama Canal. The tropical voyage along the western seaboard of the United States was likely the last place on earth where one might expect high drama but on the high or tranquil seas always prepare for the unexpected.

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