some JA questions.

Thoughts, ideas, memories, you name it! Share your favorite stories, albums, tracks and more.

Postby Chasin'Destiny on Fri Apr 14, 2006 6:45 am

gTarFreak & willie,
it is not personal ,
its more common thoughts...

What you wrote about it...
That is more than 100% true...
Everybody is thinking
" I just can't do anything for it..."
(or something in that direction)

I did say this before,
and i will say it over and over again.
It's the same evil thing with
religion, only the jewish and moslim
have that extreme bestial behavior
of that ritual slaughter.
I just say PETA there you can see
what makes us the real beast...
That is for me the same as making
it legal to rape women....

If i could ?....
For that joke that i would be president
of thet States, i would close that
company and the people ?....
They must clean the country !!

Because that is what makes me realy angry.
We people can make a choice to get a
better life and do something for it.
But these animals have nothing !!!!
After a livetime in hell,
hours & hours in a truck without water .
Then killed by an asshole !!!!!....
Not a bullit in the head !!
They sliced/cut the throat...
And the bull has to bleed dead....
Because they are strong animals
it takes some time to die...
If it was just one bull that died that way,
i would say shit happens....
Imagine that every day this is going on.....

Yes, some things from religions
make me realy angry....
And why does the government nothing
against that ?.....because they are
the same assholes.......

And the next time when you
are going shopping for some
beer,meat and pie...
That very very cheap meat you
get...is that from the States ?.
Look where it comes from !
There are countrys where the
control of quality is 0,0 !
The animals could be
some kind of waste from the
rich countrys...
You know that stuff that
some bodybuilders use for
getting these big muscles ?
Right ! that kind of stuff
is in that meat to !
And you don't get the body
of Arnold Schwarz.....
It makes the chance of
getting cancer a bit bigger.
Yes !...Cancer !...
Chasin'Destiny
 

Postby willie on Fri Apr 14, 2006 9:08 am

Preaching to the converted with me. I've been veggie since i was 12 (36 now) and all my food is organic and most important local, even home grown. :D
User avatar
willie
 
Posts: 580
Joined: Thu Mar 02, 2006 4:27 pm
Location: UK

Get into my big black car...

Postby jimmie ray on Fri Apr 14, 2006 9:46 am

I think alot of what Dave and willie are presenting may have been said over and over, but in a different time. It's good to get this out again, and because it's happening here and the musical connection is clarified - it becomes more relavent, to me. I've never understood the political system, and usually shy away from discussions - due to my ignorance. That doesn't mean I'm not trying to listen, and learn.
Perhaps - someday, I might even have the confidence to cast a vote!
But it won't be because I like someone's smile or how many babies they can kiss in one session...
CD speaks of animals - how they are helpless against humans. It is true, we do what we want to them. I could walk into any group of animals, and begin loping off their heads, one by one. Would they protest or try to help each other? Are people any harder to manipulate - while they sit in apathy, gorging themselves on all the wonderful garbage made available these days???
It's good times now - I can see the light!
User avatar
jimmie ray
 
Posts: 719
Joined: Fri Jul 22, 2005 10:01 am
Location: New York

Postby Chasin'Destiny on Fri Apr 14, 2006 10:50 am

Somebody was talking about Woodstock,
maybe Monterey and all these places...
"Keep them on a save place for the future..."
(preservation is the right word...)
I would say this forum is important to !
So Roman and his company do a great job !
All kinds of people....are using a bit
the same language....Jefferson Airplane.
That kind of stuff makes live "liveable"
Thinking to much about things you never can
change, isn't good for your health.
Trying to accept that there are things
that never change, how much evil it is...
That is one of the reasons of my
Bad-To-The-Bone dogs....
Fighting evil with humor !

Grateful to be here !
CD.
Chasin'Destiny
 

Postby freakmeout on Fri Apr 14, 2006 1:04 pm

Yeah. Seeing people in my age group (I'm 15) who know nothing about the government, and don't form their own opinions, it really is sad. We have the ability, it's more satisfying to read up on things, and listen around and choose for yourself what you believe.
My family is very conservative, and I'm not. But I still respect their opinions, and for the most part, they respect mine too.
But there are still friends of mine, who don't think it matters and it's more important to them to be attractive for guys or be up on what so-and-so is doing.
I guess I want a guy to like me for my brain or something. :roll: :P
They are extremely uncomfortable with the idea that I am a teenage girl in the body of a 60 year old career criminal who has already died 16 times...
User avatar
freakmeout
 
Posts: 715
Joined: Mon Jun 06, 2005 10:39 am
Location: The Land of Chocolate

Postby Chasin'Destiny on Fri Apr 14, 2006 1:13 pm

Most men are afraid of a woman
with a bit to much brains....
For these men is a woman
just there to keep cold beer cold.
And the cold bed warm.....
Did i say that ?....anyway...

Beauty & Brains !
I like it !...
:roll:
Chasin'Destiny
 

Postby freakmeout on Fri Apr 14, 2006 2:50 pm

Chasin'Destiny wrote:Most men are afraid of a woman
with a bit to much brains....
For these men is a woman
just there to keep cold beer cold.
And the cold bed warm.....
Did i say that ?....anyway...

Beauty & Brains !
I like it !...
:roll:


I think you're right.
I met a really cool guy, and we talked about King Crimson and Frued together...but he went out with my best friend and not me.
I guess books don't drag 'em in as much as being able to flirt well.
ANYWAY!
They are extremely uncomfortable with the idea that I am a teenage girl in the body of a 60 year old career criminal who has already died 16 times...
User avatar
freakmeout
 
Posts: 715
Joined: Mon Jun 06, 2005 10:39 am
Location: The Land of Chocolate

Who needs cupid, if you ain't stupid?

Postby jimmie ray on Fri Apr 14, 2006 3:35 pm

A good, thick hardcover book - like "Moby Dick", could be used to knock a potential love interest over the head... Then drag them off to somewhere you could keep em' at your disposal?!?!?!?!?
It's good times now - I can see the light!
User avatar
jimmie ray
 
Posts: 719
Joined: Fri Jul 22, 2005 10:01 am
Location: New York

Re: Who needs cupid, if you ain't stupid?

Postby Chasin'Destiny on Fri Apr 14, 2006 3:54 pm

jimmie ray wrote:A good, thick hardcover book - like "Moby Dick", could be used to knock a potential love interest over the head... Then drag them off to somewhere you could keep em' at your disposal?!?!?!?!?


That's realy cool...jimmie ray...
You should be teacher !...
Bang the knowledge into the brains...
Moby Dick & How to modify the DNA structure of
hamsters in a way that they think they could fly.
Realy cool.. :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:
I would do the same ,or let the dogs do the job.

freakmeout wrote

I think you're right.
I met a really cool guy, and we talked about King Crimson and Frued together...but he went out with my best friend and not me.
I guess books don't drag 'em in as much as being able to flirt well.
ANYWAY!
====#====


And remember this !
A relationship based on sex is crap !
A good relationship is based on friendship !

Every minute that you are angry
could be 60 seconds that you were happy
(or something like that...)
(i wish Grace was my teacher english...)


:roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:
Chasin'Destiny
 

Re: Who needs cupid, if you ain't stupid?

Postby freakmeout on Fri Apr 14, 2006 8:26 pm

jimmie ray wrote:A good, thick hardcover book - like "Moby Dick", could be used to knock a potential love interest over the head... Then drag them off to somewhere you could keep em' at your disposal?!?!?!?!?


:lol: My copy of "Ulysses" is pretty hefty.
They are extremely uncomfortable with the idea that I am a teenage girl in the body of a 60 year old career criminal who has already died 16 times...
User avatar
freakmeout
 
Posts: 715
Joined: Mon Jun 06, 2005 10:39 am
Location: The Land of Chocolate

Postby miketouhy on Fri Apr 14, 2006 8:46 pm

Is their some reason why this thread has gone off topic? I mean there's another section do discuss other stuff.
miketouhy
 
Posts: 6
Joined: Tue Apr 11, 2006 8:00 pm

Postby Chasin'Destiny on Sat Apr 15, 2006 6:19 am

:shock: mode on

You are on one of the strangest places
in this world, Hippies ,old men ,
beautyful women....more dogs than
you can count. Music from
Abba to Zappa....Dancing Queens
and Baby Snakes...
Welcome To The Machine...
Have A Cigar !....
Get A Beer...
Enjoy The Bad Flight...

:shock: mode off


Happy......
http://members.home.nl/jjurgens/WhiteRabbits2.jpg
Chasin'Destiny
 

Postby Steve on Sat Apr 15, 2006 6:44 pm

Sexuality will catch your interest. Brains will keep your interest. :D
Steve
 
Posts: 208
Joined: Fri Sep 24, 2004 2:55 pm
Location: Philly

Postby Chasin'Destiny on Sun Apr 16, 2006 3:41 am

That makes Brains more important !
Imagine you would forget it...

"...this one must in that...right ?..."
"...it doesn't want to go in...how com ?.."
"...how to make it hard ?..."

Hey ,is there someone with a usersmanual ?

:roll: :roll: :evil: :roll: :roll:
Chasin'Destiny
 

Re: Who needs cupid, if you ain't stupid?

Postby willie on Sun Apr 16, 2006 11:33 am

jimmie ray wrote:A good, thick hardcover book - like "Moby Dick", could be used to knock a potential love interest over the head... Then drag them off to somewhere you could keep em' at your disposal?!?!?!?!?


I love the fact you picked 'moby DICK'...... (sniggers).....what would Frued make of that? :D

Re anti-establishment JA memebers... Even here in the UK, if you attend more than a few demonstrations about whatever, you end up on a list. So imagine playing music to lots of anti's and even singing the occasional anti song, the establishment is bound to label you thus. Wether you are radicalised or not.
User avatar
willie
 
Posts: 580
Joined: Thu Mar 02, 2006 4:27 pm
Location: UK

PreviousNext

Return to Jefferson Airplane Discussions

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot] and 6 guests

cron