Friday, October 21, 2005

Caroline


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17 Comments:

Blogger Dongley Shlongford provided this enlightening comment...

Depends, does she like polynesian cartography?

1:52 PM, October 21, 2005  
Blogger FLAMINGO1 provided this enlightening comment...

I recall that she once stated that she loves Polynesian islands. I am uncertain whether that love extended to the cartography realted to such islands.

Chances are very high that her love for Polynesian islands does extend to cartography related to such islands because everyone loves cartography.

2:08 PM, October 21, 2005  
Blogger Dongley Shlongford provided this enlightening comment...

Well I'll be damned.

5:58 PM, October 21, 2005  
Anonymous Mommy Dearest provided this enlightening comment...

I have five hobbits in the closet under the basement stairs.
I only bring them out to flog them.

They have hairy feet. It is quite disgusting.

6:07 PM, October 21, 2005  
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6:08 PM, October 21, 2005  
Blogger Linda Maloney provided this enlightening comment...

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7:46 PM, October 21, 2005  
Blogger FLAMINGO1 provided this enlightening comment...

Thanks, Mike...If I had one of those, I wouldn't need that giant F-350 that I drive.

By the way, "Linda" you kids need to get a life. I know funny...you not funny.

8:04 PM, October 21, 2005  
Anonymous hairy prison guard provided this enlightening comment...

nice blog, flamingo man. it's OK with me if you cry again - linda's bizarre comment made me want to cry as well.

8:07 PM, October 21, 2005  
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10:41 PM, October 21, 2005  
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10:43 PM, October 21, 2005  
Blogger crusher provided this enlightening comment...

hey flame,
have you read any kerouac books besides "on the road"?
you fucking tourist.

BTW - wasn't there another comment here last night?
ahhh, are you trying to keep your site free of profanity?
well, go fuck yourself!

7:47 AM, October 22, 2005  
Blogger Linda Maloney provided this enlightening comment...

OMG!!! i couldn't help notice how much you're profile views have increased cinse my introductun111

i think a thank you is in norder.

9:11 AM, October 22, 2005  
Blogger FLAMINGO1 provided this enlightening comment...

Crusher, I am not adverse to a little profanity if used appropriately.

I have read other Kerouac books besides On The Road, including Dharma Bums and Big Sur and intend to read more when I have the time.

On The Road was brilliant and cutting edge for its time. Unfortunately for the works that followed, they had to follow On The Road - it is tough to be cutting edge when that edge has been cut.

Having jumped from the first book, to his third book and then on to one of the later books, what I found most noteworthy was the way transition in mental state between On the Road and Big Sur. It was like having the opportunity to watch Kerouac's decline into the drugs and alcohol that eventually killed him.

I realize that the answer you were looking for was that I had only read On The Road - which would have provided the opportunity for you to critisize me further for being a "tourist" - I hope that I haven't disappointed you.

I already made a post for today, but my next topic will be "On Being A Tourist" and I will dedicate it to Crusher.

5:07 PM, October 23, 2005  
Blogger crusher provided this enlightening comment...

Flamingo,
yes, I was disappointed with your answer, but since you're not a tourist I would recommend Tristessa if you haven't already read it. It's probably Jack's shortest book, but one of my favorites.
BTW- I thought your retort to my attack was clever and tastefully pulled off.

I thought Maggie Cassady was great also. Even though it is a sappy teenage love story.

and On The Road was not his first book, Life in the City was.

6:24 PM, October 23, 2005  
Blogger Complete Game provided this enlightening comment...

Caroline! Looking beautiful as always. I'm sorry we're meeting under the auspices of a website partially dedicated to encouraging folks to release excrement on me, but hey its a lving.

Sorry to break the flourid string between Timmy O'Toole and Crush regarding some book about motorcycling. Please feel free to ignore my shout out to Caroline. We miss you here. Take care,

RJR

6:11 AM, October 24, 2005  
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