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Don't call me Maybe

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churchofthesubgenius

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Bonnie-with-walkie-talkie

I am The Just Right Webmastah
Make my fingahs fly fastah
Point my fukkin’ lasah-light blasta
an’ I gun it ’til I crash ya

I put the numbers in a row
and a-surfin you will go
until everybody know
how come Shirley got that glow

I am The Just Right Webmastah
Make my fingahs fly fastah
Point my fukkin’ lasah-light blasta
an’ I gun it ’til I crash ya

C’mon and be a glutton
press that itty bitty button
wrap that baby in its buntin’
eat the eggs I been huntin’

I am The Just Right Webmastah
Make my fingahs fly fastah
Point my fukkin’ lasah-light blasta
an’ I gun it ’til I crash ya

Dorothy clicks
and the poetry ticks
and your eyes they will stick
I got balls but no dick

I am The Just Right Webmastah
Make my fingahs fly fastah
Point my fukkin’ lasah-light blasta
an’ I gun it ’til I crash ya

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Is it... risible?

Is it… risible?

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Wicker Man 1973.

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Jackie thinks it’s risible.

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Chorus Line

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ELVIS HAS LEFT THE BUILDING

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24 thoughts on “The Old Welcome Page

  1. Hey, you seem to be kooky enough to go out on a limb to help me with my “Little Brown Bird” entry on Speakeasy. Could you take a look and tell me why everyone else has a picture for their entry, but all I have is a blank, white page? Hey! I’m not a techie! I just like to write poetry. Please help me! Thanks. Jackie

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    • “…you seem to be kooky enough to go out on a limb…”

      You ain’t seen nothin’ yet, sister!

      I noticed your “image problem” earlier. It looks like something went wrong when you uploaded your picture–maybe the process was interrupted or something. At any rate, there is an error code. (http://cdn2.inlinkz.com/ERROR:Not%20all%20data%20set)

      You might leave a comment on the voting page. One of the ladies at yeahwrite should be able to help set it straight.

      Also, next week I’ll put together a little step-by-step instructional. The process *is* confusing, and I think lots of people would benefit from it. If you’re interested, let me know. I can email it to you when it’s ready.

      AZG

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  2. Ohhh fucking K
    I was mistook.
    Had not seen this afore.
    (certainly I would have remem’bered me.)
    WoW
    If ever I did find a soulmate out here…
    Wow
    Yes!
    I am lovin’ this.

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      • OK.
        Ya got me with that one.
        I endeavor to not speak binary, simply because I want to hide that fact that I did build, er…rebuild my 486/33 back in the day…used duct tape as I recall and a SoundBlaster Sound Card, but, no matter bout that…
        Ya got me!

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        • My first “real” computer was a 486 DX2/66. It had a 1/4″ and a 5/8″ floppy drives. It did not come with one of those new-fangled CD-ROM drives, though. I thought that was unfortunate, so I went and bought a CD-ROM drive and proceeded to install it.

          A few years later I was A+ certified.

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          • The first CD/ROM drive I purchased, cost me eight hundred bucks. I thought I was ‘the shit’.
            How little did I know. All I got out of it was a cd encyclopedia and Myst.
            Merde!

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          • XD

            Holy crap. Myst!

            Back when AOL was polluting the planet with an unholy number of free CDs I made myself a halloween costume. I made a belt out of the CDs. I fashioned a Microsoft butterfly to sit on my shoulder. I made an eyepatch out of a 1/4″ disk and a doo-rag covered with 0s and 1s. I was a software pirate. Arrgh!

            My brother ran a BBS out of his NJ college apartment with his roommates called Storm Front. I think you can still find it on the Way Back Machine.

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  3. I was (still am in fact) a huge fan of Lumthemad. Now, if you are not familiar with Ultima Online, that name means nothing to you, but to me, he is the Lenny Bruce of la cosa nostra; this horrible Matrix Induced ‘Thing of Ours’.
    He still writes: “Broken Toys”, and remains my hero. To this day. I do believe his real name is Scott Jennings, but I could be mistaken.

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  4. Hey, lovely 🙂 Just wanted to check up on you and see how everything is going on your end! It’s been a while since I’ve seen a post of yours pop up in my inbox and that works good enough as an excuse to say hi!

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