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  posted on 4/3/2007 at 05:40 PM
Oh great, I already ripped up todays calendar page

I'll start again tomorrow

 

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  posted on 4/3/2007 at 05:58 PM
I thought I was having a flashback

 

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  posted on 4/3/2007 at 07:13 PM
Groovy
 

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  posted on 4/3/2007 at 08:50 PM
can i guess at the word? was it archive?

 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 12:44 PM
Dutch, I don't believe you'd posted anything for April.

You owe us, therefore, four for 4.4.

 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 02:19 PM
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Dutch, I don't believe you'd posted anything for April.

You owe us, therefore, four for 4.4.


Peter, they have all been discarded prior to entry on the board...sorry. BUT, I do recall one of them was Chavez, prolly on his birthday. The rest are forgotten in the blur that was last weekend.

Now onto today....April 4,2007 Busing

the effort to redistribute the ethnic balance within schools by transporting BBlacks out of the ghettos inti White schools and Whited into Black ghetto schools. This was done in an effort to improve the quality of education between the races. It was an experiment that had a great deal of opposition in both ethnic cultures, and, in the long run, it caused a great deal of violence with the value of its effectiveness still in qurestion.


I just rememeber the scenes in Boston the 70's or late 60's when the were busing in that area. Insanity at its peak.

Value of its effectiveness still in question????? In whose mind? A social program that failed.

 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 02:20 PM
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Dutch, I don't believe you'd posted anything for April.

You owe us, therefore, four for 4.4.


Peter, they have all been discarded prior to entry on the board...sorry. BUT, I do recall one of them was Chavez, prolly on his birthday. The rest are forgotten in the blur that was last weekend.

Now onto today....April 4,2007 Busing

the effort to redistribute the ethnic balance within schools by transporting BBlacks out of the ghettos inti White schools and Whited into Black ghetto schools. This was done in an effort to improve the quality of education between the races. It was an experiment that had a great deal of opposition in both ethnic cultures, and, in the long run, it caused a great deal of violence with the value of its effectiveness still in qurestion.


I just rememeber the scenes in Boston the 70's or late 60's when the were busing in that area. Insanity at its peak.

Value of its effectiveness still in question????? In whose mind? A social program that failed.

 

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  posted on 4/5/2007 at 07:30 AM
April 5,2007 Fat Man, The

an affectionate name given Jery garcia of the Grateful Dead by his fans.

I guess I wasn't a big enough fan to know this one..I knew Capt. Trips

 

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  posted on 4/5/2007 at 11:52 AM
Me neither . . . me too.

Later I knew of Lowell George as the Fat Man in the Bathtub.

 

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  posted on 4/5/2007 at 04:13 PM
cupofjo might have seen this, which I just posted in his April 4 BeaTles thread. I thought it goes here, too, not because of the lead BeaTles article but because of how the LBJ article is loaded with "Hippie Calendar Words of the Day"! (This is the biggest and clearest it comes, but I think most everybody can read it without too much trouble. ) Not just the terms in quote marks but the whole thing is really far out.

Apologies to Hophead for that motto in the upper right corner.

Peace! Not "Peace out"--just Peace!

 

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  posted on 4/5/2007 at 09:17 PM
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April 5,2007 Fat Man, The

an affectionate name given Jery garcia of the Grateful Dead by his fans.

I guess I wasn't a big enough fan to know this one..I knew Capt. Trips



Hey I only knew him as the Fat Man never knew he was known as Capt. Trips.

So it must have been a later nick name.

I didnt get into the Grateful Dead until the late 80s. A good friend of mine finally got me to listen to them. I enjoy their music but not like he did.

 

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  posted on 4/6/2007 at 11:50 PM
I remember homemade GD tour tshirts with

'the fat man rocks'

'trouble ahead, Jerry in Red'

captain trips I recall was the 60's photo of him with the American flag hat.

 

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  posted on 4/7/2007 at 11:32 AM
March 6,2007 meditation

the process of simplifying thought paterns in order to reach a point of mental relaxation at which spiritual refelction and growth are possible.

 

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  posted on 4/7/2007 at 11:34 AM
March 7/8, 2007 Underground press

media, such as newspapers and magazines, whose overall editorial content is not influnced by outside interests. Uaually refers to media that is not finicially controlled by advertisers who force them to support politicial or economic positions.

 

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  posted on 4/9/2007 at 09:38 PM
April 9,2007 Rolling Stone

a person who keeps moving. From "A Rolling Stone gathers no moss" which was maxim #524 of Publilius Syrus, philosopher and writer in first century B.C. Both the Rolling Stones and Rollling Stone Magazine got their names from this quotation.

 

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  posted on 4/9/2007 at 10:36 PM
it is widely acknowledged that the rolling stones and the rolling stone took their name from the muddy waters song of the same name.

http://www.rollingstone.com/artists/muddywaters/articles/story/6596304/roll in_stone
Written by: McKinley Morganfield
Produced by: Leonard and Phil Chess
Released: 1948 on Chess
Charts: Predates pop charts

For the first single ever on Chess Records, Waters reworked Mississippi bluesman Robert Petway's "Catfish Blues" into a spare, spooky track he named "Rollin' Stone." "We wouldn't do it exactly like those older fellows," Waters said. "We put the beat with it, put a little drive to it." The Rolling Stones took their name from the title, as did, in part, this magazine; Bob Dylan tipped his hat with "Like a Rolling Stone."

 

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  posted on 4/10/2007 at 02:08 PM
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April 9,2007 Rolling Stone

a person who keeps moving. From "A Rolling Stone gathers no moss" which was maxim #524 of Publilius Syrus, philosopher and writer in first century B.C. Both the Rolling Stones and Rollling Stone Magazine got their names from this quotation.
it is widely acknowledged that the rolling stones and the rolling stone took their name from the muddy waters song of the same name.
"Rolling Stones" is a pretty good name for a rock 'n' roll band, you have to admit. To have paid proper tribute to Muddy's song, though--and to go great with the apostrophized "and," as in the conjunction " 'n' "--they should have used Muddy's apostrophe: "Rollin' Stones." (For some reason, Rolling Rock beer never struck a chord with me; maybe if they'd been Rollin' Rock.)

Of course, it all ultimately goes back to this Publilius "Blilius Raius" Syrus--or whomever he got it from--so the Hippie Calendar is technically correct.
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The Rolling Stones took their name from the title, as did, in part, this magazine
I think what Rolling Stone mag is saying is that it took its name from the Dylan song "Just Like a Rolling Stone" but would like Muddy's coolness and people's goodwill toward Muddy to rub off on them. Weasels.
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For the first single ever on Chess Records, Waters reworked Mississippi bluesman Robert Petway's "Catfish Blues" into a spare, spooky track he named "Rollin' Stone."
Again, RS mag is not giving the whole story. "Rollin' Stone" was recorded in February 1950. Muddy had several singles released on Chess Records' predecessor, Aristocrat, though. The Chess bros were recording Muddy for Aristocrat going back to "Gypsy Woman" in 1947.
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He was born McKinley Morganfield--"Muddy Waters" is a nickname given him in childhood--in the tiny hamlet of Rolling Fork, Mississippi, on April 4, 1915, but from the age of three, when his mother died, was raised by his maternal grandmother in Clarksdale, a small town one hundred miles to the north.
http://www.muddywaters.com/bio.html
What I've always wanted to know is just what is a rolling fork?

Okay, 2 o'clock. Stick a fork in me 'cause I's done and gots to roll.

 

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  posted on 4/10/2007 at 02:18 PM
April 10,2007 "Anatomy is not destiny"

implies that to be a woman does not mean that one must become a wife and mother exclusively. A women's liberation slogan that came from Simone de Beauvoir in her rebutttal to Freud's therories on sexual roles.

 

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  posted on 4/10/2007 at 02:49 PM
Believe this quote comes from de Beauvoir's 'The Second Sex' which was highly regarded by leaders in US women's liberation groups after it was translated from French. Simone us constantly lumped under the women's liberation umbrella but I think her main contribution was to the French exisentialist philosophy movement (like Sartre, her SO, and Camus).

 

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Of course, it all ultimately goes back to this Publilius "Blilius Raius" Syrus--or whomever he got it from--so the Hippie Calendar is technically correct.


i stand corrected - and to quote robin trower - "too rolling stoned".

 

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  posted on 4/11/2007 at 07:57 AM
April 11,2007 dead to rights

caught in the act. Example: "Dora had me dead to rights when she found me with Linda, Jo, Franny, Dotty, Sue, and Candice."
Same as busted.

Great example.

 

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Example: "Dora had me dead to rights when she found me with Linda, Jo, Franny, Dotty, Sue, and Candice."
LMAO - another shining example!!!

 

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April 12,2007 Headband

a decorative and/or utiliarian adornment for the head. During the hippie era, they became a form of self expression. A hippie headband displayed the creativity of the mind it wrapped within it.

 

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April 13,2007 Glam Rock

glam is short for glamarous, and glam rock was a offshoot of rock and roll that incorporated extravagant stage sets and costumes as part of the entertainment. Many of the musicians affected sexual androgyny to lend more spice to the genre. David Bowie was one of the most notable proponents of glam rock, and his personality of Ziggy Stardust was the most visually recognizable image of the time. Mark Bolan of T Rex was another glam rock participant of merit.


Mott the Hopple also comes to mind for me from that time.

 

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April 14/15, 2007 napalm

a highly combustible gelatin fuel produced primarily bu Dow Chemical Company and used extensively as a weapon in the Vietnam War. It was dropped in bombs upon enemy forces and had a tendency to stick to anything it ht and burn uncontrollably. It was used in the later days of WWll and in Korea. First reported use in Vietnam was April 15,1965.


The first image of Apocolypse Now, with The End by the Doors playing, comes to mind.

 

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