Your own, private Readme.txt….


Yesterday, I’d intended to catch up some on visiting other blogs; my mind/body, however, seems to have had rather a different idea of how the day should go, & sent me, in a most cavalier fashion, on a day off. I spent it avoiding all human contact, other than in cyberspace, & didn’t really spend much time there. The end result of this, naturally, is no fresh Pearl today…I did, however, find some rather good candidates for re-blogging amongst the archived Pearls, so I’m falling back on one of them today, to keep from getting weirded out by not posting at all….

Here then is a find example of the old format, with a pretty good mini-rant, a most excellent poem from one of the Great Souls, all with good tunes to read by. I hope you enjoy it, well enough to return for a fresh mess tomorrow….

For today, go have fun, or, whatever is on your agenda for today; I’ll do the same, & we’ll meet back here next time….

Stay strange, ffolkes; it’s one of our best defenses these days….

gigoid, the dubious




“If you never assume importance you never lose it.”

~~ Lao-tzu~~

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Gratuitous image by gigoid

Okay, ffolkes, we’re gonna do this a bit differently today….. This is an introductory section, right? Right. So, here is today’s Pearl of Virtual Wisdom. Pearl, meet your readers. Shake hands. Good boy. Now, go & get to work…. “Okay, boss!”….

There, that was easy, wasn’t it? Now we can just get on with it…. I like this….

Shall we Pearl?

“The truth is always the strongest argument.” — Sophocles (496-406 BC) — Phaedra, Frag. 737


“If you get confused, listen to the music play.”

~~ Robert Hunter ~~

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Robert Hunter, whom you see quoted above, has been the primary lyricist for the Grateful Dead since shortly after their formation, back in the early 1960’s; their 50th anniversary as a group will be celebrated this year, on July 4th in Chicago. The remaining…

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