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  1. ” We looked around, nobody’s ass to whip dammit….”

    Ahaha, you know a man’s lonesome when he has to whup his own ass. I got off on a musical tangent a few years ago and wouldn’t listen to anything but Ray Wylie, Cross Country Ragweed, James McMurtry, and the Drive by Truckers. Well, maybe a few others here and there, but it was mostly that band of heathens.

    Ragweed’s version of Ray Wylie’s “Want to Rock and Roll” is a great long jam for driving. Get my email from Dom. I want a link to that forum of old coots you mentioned awhile back.

      • Dom, no I meant a forum that 8 mentioned awhile back, on a nother site. Last time you helped me get my login right on the epa forum here, it worked, but I haven’t looked in on it for a few weeks.

    • Ed, don’t know how I missed CCR(ragweed) but I did. Earlier today the wife handed me a CD to rip, meant to be somebody else but was HWJ from 30 years ago. It was deja vu since for some reason in the middle of the night I thought about “Born to Boogie” and what a shit song it was. It was on this album. I’ll listen to it again in another 30 years when I’m nearly 100(sure). This happens to me a lot. I have songs running through my head all the time and all too often it’s songs I detest, sometimes by people who never even recorded them(or at least I don’t think so). Drives me bonkers. I had a Mel Tillis song going through my head for days last week(it better not come back dammit)I detest along with Mel.

      • I know it, only songs I hate get stuck in my head. You know, I only heard of CCR in about ’08 or thereabouts. Seems they were strictly a live music hall group for a long time before their first CD came out. I started calling them Ragweed for short because there was already a CCR in my collection, Creedence Clearwater Revival.

        Yeah, the concert from Hell would be Bocephus, Mel Tillis and Buck Owens. ahaha.

        • Ed, I’ll sue you if I start having those three doing a 3 parter of Pancho and Lefty or Streets of Bakersfield. I don’t think I can take it. I can already hear Mel trying to smooth out P&L, geez, turn it into a friggin love song.

    • Ed, I just now realized what you said. I gotta warn you, there’s some mighty rank Lib/Reps there and some that aren’t even Lib in any way, my cousin being the worst. I’m the youngest with the guy I relate to the most being the oldest and I think, vice versa. I recently had my cousin call me “pro-criminal” because I denigrated one of his favorite authors, Lee Child. If you’re not familiar Child writes these American novels about this guy called Reacher. I have no problem with the basic premise but in his books the elephant in the room is nobody carries guns. One taking place in Wyoming where every kid above 12 carries a rifle in the pickup out in the boondocks but everybody(badasses all)who’s after the guy are unarmed. The guy strikes out across the prairie(on foot) and the hired muscle finds him but can’t kill him with his Tahoe. I pointed out he should have hired a couple of 13 year olds who are always loaded for bear during the hunting season at the minimum. Gee, what a shitstorm I started.

      • Oh, yeah…Lee “The Limey” Childs, writing about an American hero, doing all kinds of amazing shit in America…. too funny. I did read a few of his novels and saw the film w/ Tom Cruise. The film was OK. The novels are pretty dense. More than one is hard to get through for me.

        One funny line in one of the books was about how American city police forces had ditched the .38 special for not having the stopping power of a 9mm……. well, OK. I load my .357 magnum revolvers with .38 Special +P, and I don’t even own a 9mm. I kinda doubt Childs has ever even seen a .38 in person, so to speak.

      • Ok, I’m buying everybody a beer except for those who were drinking bourbon the other night and yall can have a shot of Wild Turkey. For Paleo’s, just drink the damned Turkey and quit complaining. Now that my red rag is soaked with tears, I can finally share a laugh but be forewarned, nothing here but humor, no specific political agenda ROTFLMAO:

  2. Ray Wylie Hubbard, “Screw You, We’re From Texas”:

    RWH again, “Choctaw Bingo”

    And the iconic SWP song, Paul Thorn, “It’s a Great Day to Whup Somebody’s Ass”

    • Ed, some of my favs. Every now and then the wife and I have to listen to Choctaw Bingo just to bring us up. Screw you, we’re from Texas is sort of tongue in cheek if everybody doesn’t realize it. I Will tell you what’s wrong with Texas if we’re going that way but don’t tell ME what’s wrong with Texas unless you live here. Funny song. I saw an old friend yesterday at the liquor store I hadn’t seen in years. He’d been fired the day before for running his mouth. We both got a laugh out of it. We looked around, nobody’s ass to whip dammit….

  3. Could it be? No other explanation makes any sense.:

    “The Cloward–Piven strategy is a political strategy outlined in 1966 by American sociologists and political activists Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven that called for overloading the U.S. public welfare system in order to precipitate a crisis that would lead to a replacement of the welfare system with a national system of “a guaranteed annual income and thus an end to poverty”.

    Translation: Totalitarian State.

    Hell, why limit it to welfare? Add a few hundred agencies and programs to fatten-up the elected oinkers and their pals on the way out. Because those in the “club” know that the toadie Attorney General won’t prosecute a single one for financial fraud.

    • I believe you hit the nail on the head. I can’t stand Democrats or Republicans either one but I’m struck by Republicans posing as being against welfare when the list of companies supplying the welfare system are replete with them. No hypocrisy there.

      • @8 – Donkey’s and elephants are necessary for crowd control. Makes you think that you have a choice. Like which one of the candidates to vote for, never realizing both are “chosen” for you. To put a label on it “Hegelian Dialectic”. A fairly decent video sort of describes how it works

        Red pill or blue pill?

        • Garysco, I’m reminded of the ’92 election when I was speaking with a friend about half way between me and my father’s age, an old ex-AF, ex-CIA(one of 3 I knew, all of when were either terminated or had a damned good try made by their ex-employer)friend. I posited the question of what the candidates would do, Bush, Clinton. He said, The same as the other one. Bush, the totalitarian, Clinton, the (totalitarian)Republican. That election opened my eyes, haven’t voted since except this last one when I made the gesture to vote Libertarian, a move I won’t repeat. I just won’t be at the polls again thanks. No one represents the people so they sure as hell don’t represent a third class citizen.

          • Garysco, that reminds me of when my parents were still alive and loved to got to LV. They’d always try to get my wife and I to go with them I could never get across to them I preferred to lose money on something I enjoyed, a fishing trip, a hunting trip or something even less productive but not giving it to billionaires who’d provide us a “free” room. I grew up playing 42, 84, 88, canasta, etc. all games you had to remember what had been played or your partner, old teachers for the main part, would stay on your ass for losing because you didn’t remember, the whole point being to count cards so you won. It’s a crime in LV if they prove you “counted cards” and if they can’t prove it, you get roughed up and tossed out of town, blackballed as it were. I ain’t up for that either.

          • @8 – That is why it is called games of chance. Because you have a “chance” of winning something. 🙂
            There is a pretty big Indian casino near me that I like to go to for the buffet. Walking through the casino I see the drones playing the hypnotic flashing-spinning-dancing character machines. Being of Capitalist-Libertarian bent I really don’t care what they do, but I just look at the sad blank faces of those people and have to feel a little sorry for them. Although I do like to play craps in Vegas. At least the odds are close to even on that game.

        • Just had a song come on that reminded me. Not something I normally do these days but my broken(sorta healed)leg was killing me. Woke up this morning and I got myself a beer, woke up this morning and I got myself a beer. The future’s uncertain and the end is always near. You got it Jim.

  4. The PTB use GMDs to buy votes and to break the will of the productive class. They want you see millions of people compliant and carefree, enjoy their GibsMeDats at your expense.

    They want you to hate the freeloaders. It reinforces their message that their system is the most important thing, not your hard work, creating property, or saving money. Without their system, you would be overrun by the freeloaders, is what they want you to think.
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    Jessie J – Music Video – It’s not about the price tags, it’s about the mind control

    Jessie J’s song – “Price Tag” – seems to be about the rejection of materialism, If you observe the symbolism of the video, you can see the deeper meaning. The music industry is no longer about generating money, it is about indoctrination.

    The video constantly depicts the artist as a puppet or toy. All the trappings of power are puppets to the unseen elite. The nations, militaries, banking systems, politicians, religious leaders, celebrities and media personalities are all puppets on a string. Nothing but playthings for the powerful. The not too subtle message for you, is you’re also a puppet and plaything of theirs, so know your place.
    – – – – –

    Some symbols from the video:

    One-Eyed Teddy Bear – a mutilated teddy bear alludes to a corrupted childhood and the loss of innocence. It symbolizes the destruction of something dear to a child. In the field of Monarch programming, teddy bears with no limbs refer to the helplessness of mind control victims versus their handlers.

    Music Box Ballerina – The ballerina needs an outside force to get her to perform, another metaphor for the mind state of an industry artist and a mind controlled slave.

    Puppet – Portraying pop stars as puppets manipulated by unseen forces from above is one of the Illuminati’s favorite ways to show their control of the industry. What better way to show reinforce the elite’s use of pop stars to program and indoctrinate the masses?

    Doll House – In another scene, Jessie J is sitting inside a doll house. Due to intense trauma, Monarch slaves are encouraged to dissociate from reality to escape the pain of the various tortures they must endure. The doll house is a representation of the make-believe world victims escape to when dissociation occurs. Furthermore, actual doll houses are used as props in the programming of children.

    One-Eyed Doll – This is a visual representation of the fractured psyche of a trauma victim. In mind control symbolism, dolls represent the alter persona created and programmed by the slave’s handler. The doll head has one eye missing, alluding to Illuminati mind control. Jessie’s eye is where the missing eye should be, effectively portraying the merger of the victim with its alter persona.

    Fractured Leg and Animal Print – In one scene, one leg is removed from Jessie’s body, which is another reminder of the fractured mind state of the victim. She is wearing feline-print leggings, which is a code for Sex-Kitten programming.

    Both Jessie and Rapper B.O.B. are portrayed in “not-in-control” positions in this video. It is the elite who is in control.

    The fact that the same meanings and symbols appear in so many music videos, regardless of the artist, is the ultimate proof of a hidden power structure in charge of the industry. The signs of submission are not the main issues. It is the message that is promoted and the values that are glorified you should closely watch. In the case of Price Tag, viewers are exposed symbols associated with Monarch programming, a horrific method of mind control based on child abuse, while at the same time a fun and catchy song plays in the background. Their admission that they don’t care about the price tag is really quite sinister when you consider just what level of full-spectrum dominance and control that they do care about.

    Price Tag – Jessie J – Acoustic Version

    It’s not about the money, money, money
    We don’t need your money, money, money
    We just wanna make the world dance
    Forget about the price tag

    – The Elite Oligarchs and Cartels just want to make the world dance to their tune. Doesn’t get much clearer than that.

    • Dear Tor,

      A real tour de force expose of mind control methodology.

      A standing ovation.

      Lest anyone think this is too “far fetched,” just look into Jungian psychology. It’s much too real.

    • Dear Tor,

      Did you get a chance to skim the article on “Eyes Wide Shut?”

      That was chilling too.

      An Interpretation of Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut Adam Gorightly

      The choice of Cruise and Kidman in these roles is, to say the least, curious. Their emotional depth as actors–throughout their respective careers–has always appeared lacking, in my opinion. I sincerely doubt that either of them were actually perceptive enough to grasp what Kubrick was getting at with this film, which is perhaps just the sort of emotional content–or lack thereof–that the director was looking for from his characters.

  5. When does it stop? It stops when we eliminate the parasites. I never even fathomed to think about the different companies that benefit from food stamps. I thought it was all blatant socialism, but now I realize corporatism is a big part of it too. Makes a lot more sense now, so thanks for sharing.

    • Brandonjin, a small man, a Texan is you will, once warned this nation of a “giant sucking sound”, as in all our jobs heading out of this country. He became a mighty big man to me at that time but the MSM put him down so everybody laughed at him. He was able to laugh at himself but he was dead serious and 100% correct. He outlined what would happen with “free trade agreements”, laws made for corporatism by a bought off legislative and executive and judicial branch. Now we have laws just for Monsanto too. This country was destroyed from the inside out to benefit the very few. We’ll have to do something about these laws before it can recover.

      Welfare systems wouldn’t even exist if there were corporations benefiting. If you thought otherwise, you weren’t giving your “contemporaries” who supposedly represent you in govt. near enough credit. It takes the entire govt. to completely take over a country the way this one has been taken over.

        • So we get an Arkansas criminal(they all are, just not from Arkansas)and a politically connected senator’s son, as if that’s any better. Stockdale was a victim of the MSM. Read up on him and you might very well change your mind. As a POW, he was forced through years of torture. In order to protect other POW’s being tortured, he sat on his knowledge that the Gulf of Tonkin incident never happened. I don’t think I’d call the guy a wacko. He was only informed of being in the debate a week before, never met with Perot to discuss issues and unfortunately, didn’t have his hearing aid turned on at the start of the debate so he had to have a question repeated. He wasn’t a paragon of virtue with a crazed, coke addled wife and life like his detractor, Phil Hartman and the SNL ‘wackos’. The entire nation was snookered by the NYC cabal.

          • 8 – No argument. Unfortunately a “national election” is a pageant show, requiring stage hands and make-up artists, not a realistic display of true Constitutional and Bill of Rights understanding. Those things confuse the sheep. Otherwise Ron Paul would have not gotten the media “hook” off stage. Sad state of affairs we are in. Most of the blame falls on the teachers and their corrupt unions IMHO.

      • 8, another Texan who’ll shoot you straight is James McMurtry, son of Larry McMurtry. Check out his song :

        “There’s a Vietnam Vet with a cardboard sign
        Sitting there by the left turn line
        The flag on his wheelchair flapping in the breeze
        One leg missing and both hands free

        No one’s paying much mind to him
        The V.A. budget’s just stretched so thin
        And now there’s more coming back from the Mideast war
        We can’t make it here anymore

        And that big ol’ building was the textile mill
        That fed our kids and it paid our bills
        But they turned us out and they closed the doors
        ‘Cause we can’t make it here anymore

        You see those pallets piled up on the loading dock
        They’re just gonna sit there ’til they rot
        ‘Cause there’s nothing to ship, nothing to pack
        Just busted concrete and rusted tracks

        Empty storefronts around the square
        There’s a needle in the gutter and glass everywhere
        You don’t come down here unless you’re looking to score
        We can’t make it here anymore

        The bar’s still open but man it’s slow
        The tip jar’s light and the register’s low
        The bartender don’t have much to say
        The regular crowd gets thinner each day

        Some have maxed out all their credit cards
        Some are working two jobs and living in cars
        Minimum wage won’t pay for a roof, won’t pay for a drink
        If you gotta have proof just try it yourself Mr. C.E.O.
        See how far 5.15 an hour will go
        Take a part time job at one your stores
        I bet you can’t make it here anymore

        And there’s a high school girl with a bourgeois dream
        Just like the pictures in the magazine
        She found on the floor of the laundromat
        A woman with kids can forget all that

        If she comes up pregnant what’ll she do
        Forget the career and forget about school
        Can she live on faith’ Live on hope’
        High on Jesus or hooked on dope
        When it’s way too late to just say no
        You can’t make it here anymore

        Now I’m stocking shirts in the Wal-Mart store
        Just like the ones we made before
        ‘Cept this one came from Singapore
        I guess we can’t make it here anymore

        Should I hate a people for the shade of their skin
        Or the shape of their eyes or the shape I’m in
        Should I hate ’em for having our jobs today
        No I hate the men sent the jobs away

        I can see them all now, they haunt my dreams
        All lily white and squeaky clean
        They’ve never known want, they’ll never know need
        Their shit don’t stink and their kids won’t bleed
        Their kids won’t bleed in their damn little war
        And we can’t make it here anymore

        Will I work for food, will I die for oil
        Will kill for power and to us the spoils
        The billionaires get to pay less tax
        The working poor get to fall through the cracks

        So let ’em eat jellybeans let ’em eat cake
        Let ’em eat shit, whatever it takes
        They can join the Air Force or join the Corps
        If they can’t make it here anymore

        So that’s how it is, that’s what we got
        If the president wants to admit it or not
        You can read it in the paper, read it on the wall
        Hear it on the wind if you’re listening at all
        Get out of that limo, look us in the eye
        Call us on the cell phone tell us all why

        In Dayton Ohio or Portland Maine
        Or a cotton gin out on the great high plains
        That’s done closed down along with the school
        And the hospital and the swimming pool

        Dust devils dance in the noonday heat
        There’s rats in the alley and trash in the street
        Gang graffiti on a boxcar door
        We can’t make it here anymore”

        James McMurtry

        • Ed, I’m a fan. His messages are right on. Every now and then, I think he must know me personally. Several years ago I was doing business with a company in Arlington. Perusing the warehouse, I was struck(sadly) by how many warehouses were available there for a song, how all the tracks had 30′ trees grown in them. Now and again I’m haunted by the sight of miles of sidings and warehouses, vacant, rusted, going to hell and what that represents. As long as corporations rule this country, the citizens will all be secondary, just flotsam and jetsam to be used, abused and discarded.

          • Dear Eight,

            “… how all the tracks had 30′ trees grown in them. Now and again I’m haunted by the sight of miles of sidings and warehouses, vacant, rusted, going to hell… ”

            Holy shit! That sounds like the lyrics to a C&W song!

            You’re a poet and don’t know it.

          • Bevin, I guess it is a song. When I was on my back I wrote several songs but failed to write them down. Many nights I’d write a song or two but never recorded them. Maybe I should. Pain inspires.

        • @Ed – Don’t do stuff like that. My head brings back echos of CCR “Run Through the Jungle” and “Who’ll Stop the Rain”. I Better be careful here or I will end up really exceeding the posted limit on my bike before the day is over.

          • Gary, I know what you mean for real. “Run Through the Jungle” is my alltime favorite Creedence tune. The way the drums, guitar, then bass start up one at a time and then starts cooking together……… man, what a group.

          • Yep, Creedence songs often had something to say. Their songs that made it to commercial radio were mostly the feelgood dance tunes. My favorites from their LPs were the ones that didn’t get much airtime.