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Topic: california the"lost coast"

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HTFU

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RE: california the

« on: October 04 2007 06:10:00 »

I think that means gezundheit.
Thankyou you're so kind!
I also found religion.
I found it wandering the streets like a lost puppy( religion that is, not me). It followed me home, I kicked it out ( it pissed on my carpet). So I asked myself " was that pre-ordained by the almighty one?( which almighty one? take your pick, there's so many almighty 'ones', personally I do like the Buddha, seems to be the only 'one' with a sense of humour)  more in a minute.

Bye for now Booooda brains and remember, Harden UP!

By:

HTFU

RE: california the

« Reply #1 on: October 04 2007 06:10:00 »

Having the lost puppy ( that's what I chose to call religion while he/it/she was hangin' around at my joint) was great, made me ask all kinds of questions,.. "Did Allah pre-ordain that half the world would believe in other deities or was it the big G who pre-ordained that half the world would not believe in him either?
I could go on, you know I could but whats that.. offshore wind, peeling overheads.
Bye for now Booooda brains and remember, Harden UP!

By:

caldonia

RE: california the

« Reply #2 on: October 05 2007 15:10:00 »

Ric- The sound of one hand clapping is comparable to no one to hear waves breaking or a falling redwood as John Muir was hiking the Sierras; hope your college kids work for Surfrider or Env. Defense Fund- Ric, we had it all and squandered it!

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ric howard

RE: california the

« Reply #3 on: October 06 2007 15:10:00 »

my kids were raised with The Grateful Dead blaring in the background, every other vacation had a few surfboards tucked under their arms, and the greeedy socialites thing were erased from the memory banks.  Erased some good stuff by accident along the way but their hearts are sound, bodies strong, and minds healthy.  The ears don't work too well.  The eyes (one eyed for Ariel for awhile as he took a board to his eye in Costa Rica about 4 months ago,blurry 50% below the horizontal plane.

By:

ric howard

RE: california the

« Reply #4 on: October 06 2007 15:10:00 »

All in all the evil empire still stands and I can only hope Obama stays alive long enough to whip this country back to it's roots (rock reggae). Doing my first gig in a band on stage @ 7:30 tonight...pretty wired and scared as I play the harp and my breathing gets restricted when I freeze up...Gots to remember to breathe.. Waves are crap today.  Ric

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Caldonia

RE: california the

« Reply #5 on: October 07 2007 09:10:00 »

Ric-  May the spirits of Walter Jacobs AND Little Walter incarnate a little Taj Mahal into your vocals! Check out the Big Papa and TCB, old surf school turned San Bernardino, 'the inbred empire', respites from flat days at San O'. Peace- If you're a techie, look on web for Joe Houlihan, an old Point J. nose-rider and crooner!


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