Daily Archives: April 17, 2013

Friedrich Nietzsche on the valor of soft-spokenness


It is the stillest words which bring the storm. Thoughts that come with doves’ footsteps guide the world.

Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) Discuss

I was looking for a meaning of this rather out of context fragment, and this is what I came across:

Let’s add a little context (Thus Spake Zarathustra, Chapter 44, the Stillest Hour):.
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“To execute great things is difficult: but the more difficult task is to
command great things.

This is thy most unpardonable obstinacy: thou hast the power, and thou
wilt not rule.

And I answered: “I lack the lion’s voice for all commanding.”

Then was there again spoken unto me as a whispering: “It is the stillest
words which bring the storm. Thoughts that come with doves’ footsteps
guide the world.”

O Zarathustra, thou shalt go as a shadow of that which is to come: thus
wilt thou command, and in commanding go foremost.”

**** Simply stated: One may speak quietly, humbly, and yet effect great change

Great simply stated factual, to the point solution! Il like that!

Today’s Birthday: JAMES MCCUNE SMITH (1813) an MD and pharmacist


James McCune Smith (1813)

Smith was the first African American to obtain a medical degree and operate a pharmacy in the US. Denied admission to American colleges due to racial discrimination, he studied in Scotland, obtaining a series of degrees. After returning to New York, he became the first professionally trained black physician in the country. He wrote forcefully against common misconceptions and false notions about race, science, and medicine and once used statistics to refute what argument about slaves? More… Discuss

This Day in the Yesteryear: PAUL REVERE’S MIDNIGHT RIDE (1775)


Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride (1775)

American patriot Paul Revere was a member of the Sons of Liberty and a participant in the Boston Tea Party, but he is chiefly remembered for his late-night horseback ride to warn the Massachusetts colonists that British soldiers were setting forth on the mission that, as it turned out, began the American Revolution. Two others also rode out with the news, but it is Revere who is celebrated as the midnight rider, despite having been captured before reaching his final destination. Why is this? More… Discuss

 

This is why we should grow our own food, and import less: LEAD CONCERNS IN IMPORTED RICE


Lead Concerns in Imported Rice

In recent years, concerns about arsenic levels in rice have led theUK’s Food Standards Agency and the US Food and Drug Administration to issue recommendations regarding the preparation and consumption of the grain. It turns out, however, that arsenic is not the only poisonous metal contaminating rice crops. Researchers found worrisome levels of lead in rice imported to the US from Bhutan, Italy, China, Taiwan, India, Thailand, and the Czech RepublicMore… Discuss

words, words, words: SOMNAMBULATE


somnambulate 

Definition: (verb) To walk or perform another act while asleep or in a sleeplike condition.
Synonyms: sleepwalk
Usage: We had to put special locks on the door to prevent me from unwittingly leaving the house when I somnambulate. Discuss.

Lessons from the Dust Bowl w/ Ken Burns (Live YouTube Event)



(This is the archived version of the live event held on Nov. 15, 2012) The Dust Bowl premieres on PBS Nov. 18-19, 2012. More at http://www.pbs.org/dustbowl

THE DUST BOWL, a new film by Ken Burns chronicles the worst man-made ecological disaster in American history, in which the frenzied wheat boom of the “Great Plow-Up,” followed by a decade-long drought during the 1930s nearly swept away the breadbasket of the nation. It is also a morality tale about our relationship to the land that sustains us—a lesson we ignore at our peril. 

On November 15, join Ken Burns along with Paula Zahn in a live YouTube event and national dialogue regarding the Dust Bowl’s legacy on both the environment and the culture of the United States. Panelists will discuss current drought conditions along with the importance of environmental awareness and the effects humans have on the natural world. Join the conversation at youtube.com/pbs. Submit questions at youtube.com/pbs or tweet using hashtag #DustBowlPBS

The Dust Bowl, by director Ken Burns. Will this Ecological Disaster Return Anew? An interview with Paula Zahn.


A must watch: I don’t know about you: i’ll be stuck to the screen like moth!

Friend Nature: Artist D.A. Hartley

Streamed live on Nov 15, 2012

http://www.pbs.org/kenburns/dustbowl/

THE DUST BOWL

Encore Broadcast April 23 and 30, 2013
8:00–10:00 p.m. ET on PBS

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THE DUST BOWL chronicles the worst man-made ecological disaster in American history, in which the frenzied wheat boom of the “Great Plow-Up,” followed by a decade-long drought during the 1930s nearly swept away the breadbasket of the nation. Vivid interviews with twenty-six survivors of those hard times, combined with dramatic photographs and seldom seen movie footage, bring to life stories of incredible human suffering and equally incredible human perseverance. It is also a morality tale about our relationship to the land that sustains us—a lesson we ignore at our peril.

On November 15, join Ken Burns along with Paula Zahn in a live YouTube event and national dialogue regarding the Dust Bowl‘s legacy on both the environment and the culture of the United States. Panelists…

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Mcleod’s Daughters Season 1 opening: Just an awesome open pasture aerial filming in Australia


Just an awesome open pasture aerial filming in Australian Farm

Leonard Cohen at Coachella 2009: Everybody Knows (in HD)


Leonard Cohen performing “Everybody Knows” at the Outdoor Theatre at Coachella on Friday, April 17, 2009. Click for High Definition.

Leonard Cohen Everybody Knows Lyrics

Songwriters: COHEN, LEONARD / ROBINSON, SHARON
Everybody knows that the dice are loaded 
Everybody rolls with their fingers crossed 
Everybody knows that the war is over 
Everybody knows the good guys lost 
Everybody knows the fight was fixed 
The poor stay poor, the rich get rich 
That’s how it goes 
Everybody knows 

Everybody knows that the boat is leaking 
Everybody knows that the captain lied 
Everybody got this broken feeling 
Like their father or their dog just died 

Everybody talking to their pockets 
Everybody wants a box of chocolates 
And a long stem rose 
Everybody knows 

Everybody knows that you love me baby 
Everybody knows that you really do 
Everybody knows that you’ve been faithful 
Ah give or take a night or two 
Everybody knows you’ve been discreet 
But there were so many people you just had to meet 
Without your clothes 
And everybody knows 

Everybody knows, everybody knows 
That’s how it goes 
Everybody knows 

Everybody knows, everybody knows 
That’s how it goes 
Everybody knows 

And everybody knows that it’s now or never 
Everybody knows that it’s me or you 
And everybody knows that you live forever 
Ah when you’ve done a line or two 
Everybody knows the deal is rotten 
Old black joe’s still pickin’ cotton 
For your ribbons and bows 
And everybody knows 

And everybody knows that the plague is coming 
Everybody knows that it’s moving fast 
Everybody knows that the naked man and woman 
Are just a shining artifact of the past 
Everybody knows the scene is dead 
But there’s gonna be a meter on your bed 
That will disclose 
What everybody knows 

And everybody knows that you’re in trouble 
Everybody knows what you’ve been through 
From the bloody cross on top of calvary 
To the beach of malibu 
Everybody knows it’s coming apart 
Take one last look at this sacred heart 
Before it blows 
And everybody knows 

Everybody knows, everybody knows 
That’s how it goes 
Everybody knows 

Oh everybody knows, everybody knows 
That’s how it goes 
Everybody knows 

Everybody knows

Two Sheds plays “You” : This one goes to you Boston together with our prayers!


Two Sheds plays “You” at Chavez Park on May 22, 2009. Dave Brockman on Drums.

Rumored Dead, Black Ops NSA-CIA Gene Chip Tatum Alive!


Family Survival Protocol - Microcosm News

By Stew Webb

During the last two days, I spoke with “dead” Chip Tatum, the long time CIA figure believed murdered years ago.

Tatum had been involved in assassinations for the U.S. Government and was tasked with killing a presidential third party candidate Ross Perot, a job he refused.

Radio 1997 Stew Webb Whistleblower and NSA-CIA Operative Gene Chip Tatum

Tatum asked that his new status “among the living” be announced on Veterans Today, perhaps to help him remain among the living.

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Boston Bombs, The Fed Goes “Terminator”


Family Survival Protocol - Microcosm News

“Sandy Hook Redux”

By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor

 

Thus far, all evidence regarding the bombings at the Boston Marathon finish line on “Patriots Day,” commemorating the battles of Lexington, points at a mysterious entity suddenly becoming “aware” and moving to destroy any potential threat to its existence. 

 Possible Terrorist Suspects Seen Below (Israeli? Iranian? “Homegrown?”)

We have awakened in a Terminator movie.  Here is “blind clue” number one, before we are done there will be a hundred or more, carefully orchestrated to feed and discredit those investigating a very real conspiracy.

YouTube – Veterans Today –

The mysterious entity is the Federal Reserve, a group of banks, mostly believed to be European, the ownership and real management totally unknown, that controls, not just America’s economic system but nearly every other central bank in the world.  Investigations have shown that “the Fed” has broken away from all oversight, has…

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LEXX S04 E16 Moss (why LEXX is a show worth watching)


The Lexx Season 4 Episode 16…. On the run Xev, Stan and Kai are abducted by Moss (in a reincarnation from season 2), head of the AFR. Using information from them, he masquerades as Prince, and installs himself as the head of the ATF. Moss has numerous conspiracy theories involving “666”, which are totally insane. He then puts the crew on a show trial for being in league with Prince, where he plays all legal roles, then decides to execute them. Prince (residing in his TV set) directs Bunny to read a note to the Idaho AFR, who then ride a moth to the ATF, and shoot all the AFR.

 

Stats: ClustMaps – Romania


ClustMaps Romania

ClustMaps Romania

This list represents the number of  Romanian visitors  at euzicasa, in the last few months:
As you can see Bucharest is on the first place, but regionally, the most visits come from Transylvania,  , while the south of the Country (Muntenia, Dolj, Teleorman) are barely represented …. I think they enjoy more other activities than blogging (may be just like in the good old times): Will time catch up with these guys there? Ever? 

Thank you Transylvanians, and friends from Bucharest for visiting and following euzicasa: I hope you’ll continue to find on your liking! 

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Love for Boston


John Bradshaw: Dick Wagner & Leo Najar – “Remember the Child” starts @ 3:07- 1995


Uploaded on May 23, 2011

Presented as an honor and tribute to the late Maestro Leo Najar. This video was produced with Wagner Music Group by Larry Hammond & Gil RIchard in 1995.
Audio mixed by Dick Wagner at the former Grand Funk Railroad‘s Fenton Studios with Al Hirschman and Larry Hammond. Re-mastered for YouTube by Larry Hammond.

Also assisting in the video recording of the concert was the late Jim Bruzzese. As a recording engineer, Jim Bruzzese, also engineered some of Bob Seger’s best work, including, Seven, Smokin’ O.P.s, Live Bullet, Greatest Hits, and Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man.

The “Remember the Child” project culminated in an outdoor concert
at Saginaw Valley State University‘s Wickes Memorial 
Stadium on August 23,1995. For months, Dick Wagner collaborated
with Leo Najar and the Saginaw Symphony to present orchestrated 
renditions of Wagner’s illustrious catalog of music. The successful 
event generated over $16,000 that was distributed to agencies that
address issues of child abuse and neglect.

“Wagner’s performance that night was triumphant and when he
collaborated with Leo Najar and the Saginaw Symphony Orchestra
the music was simply breathtaking. And once and for all and in a
most optimal concert setting, fans were able to experience the depth
and complexity of Wagner’s original compositions. The music was
simply stunning and, in retrospect, the “Remember The Child Concert” may have been his shining moment, in a long career characterized 
by notable successes and a precipitous fall from grace that was
ultimately redeemed by Wagner’s courageous recovery – and his
partially successful comeback”…….Bo White, White’s Bar, Saginaw, 
MI

“Some things are better left…Remembered:
It is the only way to break the chain of abuse, the bullying culture we live in, in the world, not by depersonalizing existing issues!”

George-B

John Bradshaw – Oprah – Childhood Wounds Seminar – pt1a.



Now, I have a few clips from my work on Oprah…

“Things become better understood, when explained in a way we can relate to!”

George-B

The Lovely Seeker


Three guys in the boat


(“To say nothing of the dog” Jerome K. Jerome)

Tylko fotografia

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

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“One God News” is an inflammatory site: ACCESS AT YOUR OWN RISK: Site and gravatar (A SEAL RESTING ON ICE) was terminated by blogger due to policy violations!)


One God News emulated another site on Blooger and it was terminated by Goggle.

One God News emulated another site on Blogger and it was terminated by Goggle.

One God News is inflammatory site.do not access!

A new notion in my personal dictionary: Facology, to fakolize, fakologist (workink on the rest of the large family of this notion)


facology n.:  the science of turning fiction into fact with the aid of politico-economical science.

to fakolize: v., intr.:  the action of reconstruing fake ideas into perceive realities, by the used of fakology;

fakologist n.: a perceived professional (fake scientist), whose endeavor is to construe a perceived reality, that the masses can live with and believe in without second thought
I’ m working on the the other morphological and syntactic derivations!

Uses:  his last words were: “No,  this brew (pesticide) wouldn’t hurt a fly!”

asia-america-europa-australia-antarctica greenworld-bluewater-clearair-myworld (Now “I am” (poetic thought) – on SoundCloud!) (click to access)


asia-america-europa-australia-antarctica greenworld-bluewater-clearair-myworld (Now my poem - on SoundCloud!)

asia-america-europa-australia-antarctica
greenworld-bluewater-clearair-myworld
(Now my poem – on SoundCloud!) (click to access)

I am (poetic thought by George-B)_ Already on SoudCloud_ ANYTHING RISKING IT IS UNACCEPTABLE TO ME EVEN IF IT IS ACCEPTABLE TO YOUR FAKE, POLITICAL AND UNNATURAL SCIENCE


LIFE: ANYTHING RISKING IT IS UNACCEPTABLE TO ME EVEN IF IT IS ACCEPTABLE TO YOUR FAKE, POLITICAL AND UNNATURAL  SCIENCE

LIFE: ANYTHING RISKING IT IS UNACCEPTABLE TO ME EVEN IF IT IS ACCEPTABLE TO YOUR FAKE, POLITICAL AND UNNATURAL SCIENCE

I am (poetic thought by George-B)   

I am (poetic thought by George-B) (on SoundCloud)

I am (poetic thought by George-B) (on SoundCloud)

I’m but a human,

a leaf, a bee, a fish, 

a ripple in the surface of still waters,

I’m mainly water,

crushed by risk acceptance,

 new science of  fakes,

deciding that life’s  unique beings,

are just  percentiles…

the political – scientist  can do without,

 leaves, bees, fish,

Me and You alike,

globally speaking!

From Discovery News _ Oldest Cookbook Found


From Discovery News _ Oldest Cookbook Found

From Discovery News _ Oldest Cookbook Found  (click to access soty at Discovery News)

The benefits of God provided foods, before nuclear age, mercury, lead, pesticides that kill everything, and everybody, and all other contemporary inventions that make us sick, literally: What the worth of development with collateral damages? To high to take any risks!  

Life: Risk management assessment and  doesn’t live here!

 

Snips with a view:


Thank you friends for the blessing of feedback_ It makes all the difference in the world!

Thank you friends for the blessing of feedback_ It makes all the difference in the world! (click to enlarge)

Thank you friends for the blessing of feedback, through “likes, Comments, personal experiences, reblogging and even rating”:
It makes all the difference in the world to know that people aren’t just interested  and liking, but also what it is that they like and, especially what they thought are.

That’s active blogging I think, and it makes all the difference at least for me it does….

Which brings me to a wow I make: I promise to follow your example!

I am thankful to all the more than 409 followers, Even if I did not see many of them in a while: I figure they may find themselves in a life bottleneck, somewhere in a freeway, for days, etc, and I understand that from my personal experience few month back!

I did not realise, but subconsciously I was experimenting with different media of communication, even tried to recite some of my mostly raw thoughts on soundcloud, but it is all to find out more, on my own, about the things that attract us to this information age media of interaction, that can be as involved, and involving as one chooses (before getting hooked on, that is…) THe same goes for the followers from 174 countries from around the globe (with few unwanted follows, fro which I will not retreat into private blogging, a oxymoronic stunt, and perpetrated by WordPress)….The idea was to see where people have more direct access to the internet, and FlagCounter di d a great job (i wish I knew about them from the start), while ClusterMaps cut my reporting in the middle, for no reason (so choose Flag Counter, which gives you both the vies by country, as well as the number of access)

All these service at no expense, except for having to upgrade my space, to allow for more media to by uploaded to WordPress(not inexpensive either) (lesson learned: try and diversify your media outlets, with free spaces, SoudCloud, Pinterest, YouTube,  Twitter, Facebook, and so many other.

I always wanted to have gateways to services I consider graceful, informative, educational , and especially open source, and free of membership dues, or even log on:

It is the reason I created text widgets, on the sidebar  for everybody’s access, and am pleased to see that others are fond of some of them too (took me a while to understand ..How easy it was to do that once one follows directions, but it’s been a while for me to do that, and this blog is my first and only experiment in blogging (I literally did not have an any idea about any of the concepts, html, etc., before the first day I decided to blog)

Yes: I am A Blogger, thanks to you, and the interest you have constantly shown!

There are many other friends who like my posts, and who honored me with AWARDS  for which, and to whom I am greatly indebted and thankful! 

If you decide to have your blog archived (it probably is) access and follow the WayBack Machine (again, another great widget you can find on the sidebar!

Again and again:

Thank you all!

WebMD website: Access from euzicasa


WebMD Access from here

WebMD Website:  Access from here

This  is a new widget to enable you to reach WebMD, from euzicasa, when you wish. YOu can find it on the sidebar…way down, yes we have many goodies in those widgets, for you to check out   (have to confess, sometimes I use them too!

Thank you friends!

WebMD_ Ricin Overview


WebMD_ Ricin Overview

WebMD_ Ricin Overview:  Click to read more

SFGate: Police said to have suspect in mind in ricin case Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/news/politics/article/Police-said-to-have-suspect-in-mind-in-ricin-case-4440340.php#ixzz2QjnMb3Eq


Suffocating


I’d say : Leave!

Terrorism – Difficult to Define – Difficult to Lay the Blame – Easy to be Suspicious.


Where were the protectors of US?

The GOLDEN RULE

Deja Vu, it seems. Another terrorist plot, several killed and many maimed in the Boston bomb incident. The usual media frenzy, the usual conflicting stories, the retractions, the government band wagon on the need for controls and the protection of the public, the inability to protect the public even when the ‘bomb squad’ were present before the explosions, the not ‘knowing’ who are the perpetrators.

The unanswered questions, once again, that give reasonable doubt as to the honesty of the authorities. From the linked sources:

Specific Commentary:

“a University of Mobile’s Cross Country Coach said there were bomb-sniffing dogs at both the start and finish lines, long before any explosions went off.” (NaturalNews)

” As an eyewitness reports, once the bombs went off, officials began announcing, “this is just a drill!” This logically means they were all informed of the “bomb drill” beforehand. Otherwise, why would they respond with…

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Australia’s Banksia Sweet Energy


Now, I finally know the name of this fabulous contorted arbust, with beautiful flowers, and aromatic leaves, resembling eucalypta

Thrive On News Spiritual Magazine

 

Banksia Tree

One of the most recognizable floralsymbols of Australia is the Banksia tree. This fascinating plant is one of a few that thrive in the varying climates of our coastal regions. There are 170 species of the Banksia, ranging in size from small woody shrubs to tall trees up to 30 m in height. The leaves are usually hard and leather like that vary in shape from species to species, with all but a few having serrated edges.

Banksia Flowers

With beautifully intricate cone-shaped flowers that vary in colours from yellow, red, bronze, pink and even purple. These uniquely shaped flowers are not only beautiful but are also a rich source of nectar, making them an important food source in the bush.

Banksia spiritual and medicinal uses

The indigenous people found the Banksia tree a very sweet survival treat, with the flowers they would either suck…

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What seminal event from the past 20 years has emotionally affected you the most, and why?


Why did they fail to protect US?

The Oak and the Rose, Poem by Shel Silverstein


Great fable

Silver Birch Press

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THE OAK AND THE ROSE 

by Shel Silverstein

An oak tree and a rosebush grew, 
Young and green together, 
Talking the talk of growing things —
Wind and water and weather. 
And while the rosebush sweetly bloomed 
The oak tree grew so high 
That now it spoke of newer things —
Eagles, mountain peaks and sky. 
“I guess you think you’re pretty great,”
The rose was heard to cry, 
Screaming as loud as it possibly could 
To the treetop in the sky. 
“And now you have no time for flower talk, 
Now that you’ve grown so tall.” 
“It’s not so much that I’ve grown,”  said the tree, 
“It’s just that you’ve stayed so small.”

Painting: “Two Gibbons in an Oak Tree” by Yi Yuanji (1000-1064)

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