It’s open all night, there’s no sand – sand is dirt. The palm trees are silver and the whole thing is indoors. It’s great. It even has a thermostat. Metro PCS gets four bars there. You should go to Chelsea Beach! It’s on 19th across from the new Crunch.
Dream, beyond dreams.
you will find your song.
to be found,
close your eyes.
To the land of
love beyond love.
Angel eye, forever watching you and I.
You are the night, you are the ocean.
You are the light behind the cloud.
You are the end and the beginning.
-The world where time is not allowed-
There’s no such thing as competition.
To find our way we lose control.
Remember, love’s our only mission.
This is a journey of the soul.
The perfect song is framed with silence.
It speaks of places never seen.
Your home’s a promise long forgotten,
It is the birthplace of your dreams.
The Walker Tower. Act now. It’s nearly sold out. Everybody wants to live there. You need to act to-day. Get in there.
So I only have to pay ten dollars a day to advertise your environment killing corporation? Really? Only ten dollars to push more CITI crap into the minds of everybody in New York? Kewl! This will make everybody think you really care! – oh – but if I take more than thirty minutes you will automatically charge me another four dollars per trip. Okay… so all I have to do is take my life into my own hands, risk being run over, breathe black exhaust and do it in a hurry to save the extra four dollars? Thanks Citigroup! You make everything easy for us!
Labels, labels. All my umbrellas are “automatic stick” – or nothing at all….
OMG – so I can browse ebay for “Driftwood” by Redwing, tweet about it and watch Turner Classic Movies at the same time all on my new TV? Yes! NOTE TO FRIENDS: Nice knowing you – If you need me, I’ll be at home for a few years. Hold it. You’re tellin me I can do picture in a picture with Youtube and The Hallmark Channel? The Waltons in HD? This is the best thing that has happened to me in years. I’d like to thank the Vizio corporation, the makers of Johnson’s Wax and of course, God for this blessing.
Ares – The Greek God of war. A scary being. Listen to what he inspires…
This is the most terrifying music I own.
“Mars – The Bringer Of War,” is the second movement of the orchestral suite, The Planets. It was written in England by Gustav Holst between 1914 and 1916. Bernard Hermann can thank Gustav for many of his most famous motifs. This version is the acknowledged contemporary standard – The Chicago Symphony Orchestra directed by the great James Levine. I suggest lights out, volume up, helmets on and mind wide open.