(what a concept)
(what a concept)
“I am Chavez…
I DEMAND absolue loyalty because
I am not me
I am not an individual
I am a people!”
WHEN CHAVEZ DIED DID VENEZUELA SURVIVE?
1984 TIMESPEAK UPDATE
Mr. Bee wonders (as the world turns)
education and promise
create the possibility
for those who want
to intimidate crush destroy kill
anyone who has the temerity to disagree with them.
1 – used statues of the Buddha for target practice
2 – stole the sign over the entrance of the shrine at Auschwitz
3 – tore down the mojave desert memorial cross that they did not approve of
4 – ?
disbelievers have lined up with true believers in the hate race!
In this world of predatory moralists
bad becomes good
it is right to wrong
passion for morality the excuse for terrorism.
considering the activities of William Ayers
his letter to the New Yorker magazine (05-19-10)
on “the origins of terror”
is it apt for a former terrorist
who has the need to set the record straight about his place in American history
to be the one to define
Make war not love!
A Wittelsbach blue diamond is in the news. “A modern crown jewel” (New York Times 01-09-10, page E1). The diamond was part of a historically famous decoration, The Order of the Golden Fleece. A royal knighthood as illustrious as the British Order of the Garter.
How real is intangible value? I think it is valuable because it means something to those who own or to appreciate it.
In this case the stone has been removed from a decoration, has been recut and donated to the Smithsonian Institution. It is now called “a modern royal crown jewel”. In reality, it has value only as a donation and a tax deduction.
The stone has no value now, except as a smaller blue diamond. It once had value. There is an absence here. The economic price of this stone is the cost of destroying its significance. You apparently live in an age of negativity, in which something real now has no real value.
B and Bs are going butch. According to Michelle Higgins in the New York Times 11-22-2009, bed and breakfasts are starting to “man up”. Unisex has apparently ventured into new territory. Sexual curiosity and openness have gone off the road. Preoccupation with non-conformity appears strange to me and rather perverse. Of course the human condition is a new experience for this refugee from the bee world.
For instance, our queen disposes of the male bees when she’s through with them. She doesn’t have to think about it. She just does it.
Humans don’t seem to want limits. This could be a good thing or a bad thing depending on what one is used to to. I find it difficult to appreciate. After investigating your world more, this bee may learn to like it. I’ve come this far. Why not?
In the end non-conformity could become the NEW CONFORMITY. Personally, this idea gives me what you call the hives. The queen bee’s habits might be a little hard to take depending on whether you are male or female (or vice-versa).
The bee world is conformity plus. Humans apparently need freedom of choice. They can conform or whatever. Consequences are not on the list of concerns. Maybe this has to do with the “buzzing confusion of reality” that David Brook mentions on the opinion page in the New York Times 11-27-09.
Two examples: a Philippino politician thinks nothing of slaughtering 57 people in his way without an exit strategy. A DC wannabe couple forces their way into a White House party armed with a wing and a prayer. Were these good ideas at the time?
Now this bee has ventured into the reality of the human condition. Have I become just another wanna bee? Maybe I should think more about this freedom thing. To bee or not to bee.
A BEE SEZ
ARE YOU ALL DUDES NOW ?
HIM – HER
GIRL – BOY
LADIES – GENTLEMEN
GUYS – DOLLS
GUYS AND ?
DUDES AND ?
DO YOU HAVE AN OPINION ?1. IT’S NOT OVER YET