Wednesday, September 01, 2004

Adapt or perish, now as ever, is blogging's inexorable imperative...

I originally wrote those words in reference to nature, but I think it applies here as well.

In these past few weeks since I have returned I have developed, not only a knack for the new breed of lady and sippin' on the new brews, (both of which are stronger and more robust than anything in my day!) but I have also found an interest in this "rock music".

I seem to have missed several eras of musicians that produced some of the loudest, most catastrophic, rambling, crashing, smashing, blasting, ass grabbin', punanny chasin', beer guzzlin', coke sniffin', chronic smokin, guitar screamin'.....well, you get my point, it's not parlour music.

In honor and homage to these wild and carefree acts, I have added their links to my page here.

Enjoy them as I do!


8 Comments:

Blogger Akshay said...

I too hate to post a comment that is not in refrence to the above subject matter , however I too will.


Imagine You're walk on whiffing the morning breeze , with a hurried motion of your legs.The next moment as you laying your next step you find your self lying naked on a cold tiled floor..You're heads to spin and yourthrobs as you try to get up . A streak of fear overtakes you and a question resonates in your head ,
Where the hell are you?
May be you're in a under time ,in another place
The debate on time travel, is now pretty old now , it mainly constitutes whether one, if it is possible in the first place , second ,if is possible is possible for humans to travel into the past or into the future, and lastly if it is possible for humans to time travel has it been done?
Anyway to end , I would like you think ..If time travel is possible , and you travel back in time and meet your grandfather before father has been conceived and you kill him , will you cease to exist or is it possible in the first place.This called the Grandfather's Paradox.But if you see we're all time travelers , in the forward direction..because every seconds takes you in the future.Have a nice ride,thats all I can say .

BTW way hows your wife , I've heard they've written a book on her

8:23 AM  
Blogger H G Wells said...

You are now boring me with this, young man.

Does anyone want to continue with this silly, blubbering ninny and his bali-hoo?

(get it? I made fun of the fact that he's from India!)

I'm so tired of the time travel discussions! I'ts almost mid-day...bring me a 40oz. !!

8:32 AM  
Blogger The Head said...

Good Day Sir! I love your work Mr. Wells.
I will link you as soon as I can figure out how.
Now back to the gin with you!
The Head

9:31 AM  
Blogger Jayleigh said...

ass grabbin', punanny chasin', beer guzzlin', coke sniffin'

Grandfatherly type you say? Your words give you away, kind Sir. If you really want to be thought of as grandfatherly, I guess that's your prerogative. (I wish this comment thing had spell check!)

Jayleigh

12:31 PM  
Blogger H G Wells said...

"Before you contradict an old man, my fair friend, you should endeavor to understand him." as spoken by George Santayana, whom I did not know...

I'm not concerned with the apparent contradiction here.

Furthermore, are you suggesting there is a "4th wall" (so to speak) here?? I would expect better of you!

Frankly, I am disappointed.

12:50 PM  
Blogger Jayleigh said...

Aww don't be disappointed. I was just teasing. I rather enjoy this back-n-forth. My lil brain can't wrap itself around the concept of a 4th wall. Maybe you can fill me in another time.

Jayleigh

6:48 PM  
Blogger Akshay said...

Herbert,
If I can call you that .
I hear you married your first cousin Isabel Mary Wells what made do such a thing?
You believe in keeping the genes in the family,

8:39 AM  
Blogger Girl Friday said...

Oh do *piss off* assthingy, you need to chill out. Pardon my French mon beau Wells.

11:18 AM  

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