Monthly Archives: November 2010


BEAUTIFUL SOUNDING whatzatmean? — since there is no accounting for taste — or sounds that we’re exposed to in our hip-hop linguistic race. — Specifically we’ve been given “CELLAR DOOR” as the most Euphonious Phrase in the English Language by the expert’s who take us downward — Should not the meaning have meaning in order to make the count. — Our choice, which is quite irrelevant, is all or none of the above -- depending on the context -- Can't cha feel the "LOVE" . -->>Rupert L.T.Rhyme


“She is too fond of books, and it has turned her brain." - Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) - "LITTLE WOMEN" sure have changed a lot since that "CACOPHONY" of a quote -- from Louisa May's "PREEMINENT" writings in that Nineteenth Century "LILLIPUTIAN" World -- to watching Winona Ryder play Louisa May's autobiographical character Jo in the movie. -- How time has curled. -- We've gone from imagination to "HYBERDATING" the humongous "CACOPHONY" of INTERWEBS -- where most of us sitting here are "LILLIPUTIAN" contributors "HYBERDATING" our own daily thoughts escaping what is imminent -- to once again become involved -- we've come too far to not make survival "PREEMINENT" . -->>Rupert L.T.Rhyme


Rack up all that Credit Card Debt and enjoy your CYBER MONDAYMONDAY MONDAYMONDAY — A SPACE of many sub cultural meanings — with songs and scenes of negativity leanings — except for marketing the CYBER SPACE STORE. — What a concept! — Who could ask for anything more? — Tell we why? — There is no Jingle. — to hail Monday for Chris Kringle — With Cyber Monday lost in CyberSpace — we need not go out the door. — Who could ask for anything more? –>>Rupert L.T.Rhyme


“A man’s desire is for the woman, but the woman's desire is rarely other than for the desire of the man." - Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834) -- If women had remained that shallow for the past two hundred years -- though obviously there are such examples much like the examples of "TELEKINESIS" in movies and commercials and so many catalogs of cosmetic fears. -- To "IMPETRATE" what's going on in the modern female mind would take some "BEAUCOUP" thesis -- since the modern man is incapable of learning on his own -- even with a New Smart phone -- after drinking "BEAUCOUP" beers -- There's A NAP for that. -- And "POP TAGS" -- IF that's what you're looking for -- To "IMPETRATE" more "POP TAGS" when no ones keeping score. -- Fogetaboutit! -- and try to enjoy the M&Ms or REESES PIECES, -- order one a dem thigamajig whatchamacallits and practice your "TELEKINESIS". -->>Rupert L.T.Rhyme


“NAMASTE”: “We must not always talk in the market-place of what happens to us in the forest.” document.write(" +Nathaniel">Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-1864) -- Like the Rabbi said in some movie -- which was somewhat "OVERDONE" -- "Our sins are our own to not confess -- but throw the dog a bone.'' -- Gossip makes the world go round with the "CONCIERGE" "DISHEVELED". -- The width and breadth of information fails to make the playing field leveled. -- We know reality TV is not real in more than often cases -- "OVERDONE" and cut to entertain without the boring spaces. -- Bush and Cheney owned up to approving torture -- and have been indicted in certain World Court Jurisdictions -- with the way that justice works -- we make no further predictions. -- The "CONCIERGE" of Less government oversight should understand that Anarchy is not an option -- but the arrogance of bad government should not be the general adoption. -- When Carl Rove predicted Conservative Rule for the next thirty or forty years -- Conserving the wealth for the few of them -- while the world dissolves in tears. -- And it's unnecessarily so. -- "NAMASTE". -- Rupert L.T.Rhyme


A box of whole squid for bait frozen — once was just a few dollars. — We’d take it home, thaw it, and clean it and cut it in pieces -- soak it in buttermilk -- then breaded and fried -- "Calamari" cheap and enjoyed when was chosen. -- Octopus too -- a bit tougher to chew -- Not the one in the Jules Verne Novel or the movie where Kirk Douglas sings, which actually was a Giant Squid where the Giant Octopus was a Jameson Commercial -- that's what old age brings. -- It's all food like we be -- whether Under the Sea -- or while drinking whiskey -- Squid or Octopus should not make you sick -- unless it's a James Bond Flick -- and you run into "Octopussy". She'll kill ya. -->>Rupert L.T.Rhyme


“Nations, it may be, have fashioned their Governments, but the Governments have paid them back in the same coin." - Joseph Conrad (1857-1924) -- "RED-FACED" should be the politicians who obfuscate the "OLIO" of freedom and Democracy in the "SHOPPING WINDOW" of what once was thought was free -- from the smoking of the "CALUMET" with the Natives to the Industrial Revolution -- the emerging of a Hitler with his ultimate Final Solution. -- The "SHOPPING WINDOW" is closing with the "CALUMET" of peace long gone and sold as souvenirs in this "OLIO" of Democracy where the rich and poor are spaced -- there is nothing left to offer and no one stands "RED-FACED". -->>Rupert L.T.Rhyme -- fix it. -- We've given ourselves some order and we know not what to do -- We dropped Tania at her job and delivered Edgar Poe. -- Heather is still groggy from the drugs of some doctors we don't know. -- We've missed our "SHOPPING WINDOW" as defined in "DEFINE YOUR WORLD" -- though we often disregard the definitions in the Urban "OLIO" unfurled. -- The "CALUMET" is now a bayonet with all hope functionally erased -- Though we've done our drill of ending still with no reason to be "RED-FACED". -->>Rupert L.T.Rhyme


BLAZE STARR and an Earl “Huey” Long captured the cartoon of Burlesque — from New Orleans to Baltimore’s Block when Live musicians played at their drunken best. — Across the Street from the Two O’clock Club was the Gaiety theater that seems to have been everywhere — That’s where we saw Busty Russell and heard jokes that they made up right there. — Busty Russell’s trick with tassels in vogue — was to spin them in opposite directions — Now it’s a HUSTLER franchise, with no more stripping than G-string ejections. -- We hear that the Block is B'More's red Light district -- for the price of a bottle you might get more than a drink -- a lap dance is done with comedic talent -- and the musicians have all been sent out to sink -- Away to blow the horns somewhere else, since the show is riding a pole -- no drummers to beat and da girls gotta eat -- so they be shaving what covered the hole. -- it's just what they do -- but between we and you we sure do miss the trits of Busty -- It's no longer Burlesque with nudity statuesque -- though the music is canned if still Lusty. -->>Rupert L.T.Rhyme


What can you say about TURKEY that hasn’t been said before. — Ben Franklin wanted the National Bird to be the Wild One — instead of the scavenger Bald Eagle Score — It’s much like Genoa Salami; — we were informed by a chef from Genoa: — “In Genoa we got no salami” — Though the tourist buy much of it there. — The sense is Genoa Salami came from America North — like the Turkey — but what do they care? — A lady once told me she brought back from Genoa a Salami, -- which came from America we assume. -- Like the turkey it's all in the marketing -- like religion that ends with Apocalypse Doom. -- The turkey -- So long as it's got some sorta stuffing -- a Turducken or sagebread or Genoa Salami -- just bluffing. -- We'll hunker down and grab the Pope's Nose -- the tastiest part of the bird. -- Like the Turkish Tobacco in Camels, -- it matters not if we once smoked or ate from which came a turd. -- When we were in China they had no turkey there. -- That was in 2001 -- and we wonder if that's still the word. -->>Rupert L.T.Rhyme


“We have now indicated the two operations of our understanding, intuition and deduction, on which alone we have said we must rely in the acquisition of knowledge." - Rene Descartes (1596-1650) -- The preceding quote from Descartes seems as though a "HANGER-ON" -- where pure thought is surpassed by Empiricists and Rationalists with trial and error a conclusion long foregone. -- Though they deal with philosophy -- the mythological repetition of religious beliefs still compete for a market share "BONANZA" attempting to be the one and so on. -- "THINGSGETTING DAY" and "FRENETIC" involvement are a "BONANZA" for the philosophy of the stock market -- that "THINGSGETTING DAY" is a day to shop instead of thinking to park it. -- And think about the "FRENETIC" pace of work and buy competing -- for objects of questionable value without intuition and deduction defeating -- any reason for our being here and lack of understanding -- that trinkets we are, for the wealthy with to play until the day we're gone. -- When we hope to become experimental Coffee Mate from our dust and ash Cremains or maybe Soylent Green. -- This gives our life it's value as we contemplate our scene. -- A tiny snack of food for thought or breakfast, instead of meat boxed and wasted and just another questionable "HANGER-ON". -->>Rupert L.T.Rhyme - Recycle.