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The Songbird commented on koshersalaami's blog post The three men who have destroyed American politics
"I saw that too, Anna, and have to agree.  Why shorten your own exposure, to make a wider point .. that even less people will be aware of?  I think having an alternate lined up first would have made a much better point, as well as give a…"
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"I always enjoy your insight, Kosh.  It always seems neutral to me, but you also seem to generate loud comments.  No matter - you've a way of explaining veneers by actions underneath, to me, and not just on politik.  Thanks! "
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The Songbird commented on The Songbird's blog post Is There A Conversation About Legislating Bodies?
"Wait!  John Truedell is gone?!  Oh, noo!  I - didn't know!  I too saw him, small club we all hung in, and being a "poet" so to speak, so, so loved his spoken word, accented by Quilt Man, but - what he said!…"
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Anna Herrington commented on The Songbird's blog post Is There A Conversation About Legislating Bodies?
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The Songbird commented on The Songbird's blog post Is There A Conversation About Legislating Bodies?
"Hi, Anna -- Yes, I was, and in fact, that's what initialized my own sense of question.  Catholic kids get a LOT of days off -- Holy Days, you know.  And when all the other neighborhood kids go to the public school, it's pret-ty…"
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Anna Herrington commented on The Songbird's blog post Is There A Conversation About Legislating Bodies?
"Songbird, I was definitely an eavesdropper as a kid while in other kids' homes, the conversations among adults were usually SO different than the conversations among adults in my home. Diametrically opposite, if I were spending the night in a…"
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The Songbird commented on The Songbird's blog post Is There A Conversation About Legislating Bodies?
"Thank you so much, you guys.  This has been a lot of food for thought, and different perspectives is kinda what I wanted.  It seems much larger now, but - smaller too.   I agree that the foundation of Democracy itself, or staying true…"
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moki ikom commented on The Songbird's blog post Is There A Conversation About Legislating Bodies?
"Fair and effective birth control without entailing abortions could be real sooner than we might think.  Fetuses  conceived in or out of wedlock can be assured by law that they will be born into a society whose government mandates that the…"
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koshersalaami commented on The Songbird's blog post Is There A Conversation About Legislating Bodies?
"We’ve been looking at the idea of voluntary secession for a while. Maybe the Alabama decision should make us consider forced secession.  Songbird,They won’t admit that this is about legislating your body. They want you to think…"
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The Songbird commented on The Songbird's blog post Is There A Conversation About Legislating Bodies?
"I know.  Fruitless.  I should bless my own logic instead of puzzling others'. "
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I am a mechanical bird. I fly, dive, and flutter about things, curious, ... yet -- I am but a machine. I am the product of the times I came into. All is mechanical. My clockwork works - exactly. You can see by the meter of my words that something is precise about me. I know not why; I am not the Originator of these things. They only come to me. They tick, or they whirr, or they may, by chance, chime. No matter - I hear, and respond to them. I myself am quite delighted by these Missives that come my way, and my dearest love is the language I came in with, English. It isn't the words themselves; more - it is the very capability of being able to iterate what I have been given to feel.

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Is There A Conversation About Legislating Bodies?

Posted on May 14, 2019 at 7:30pm 10 Comments

Oh.  I just realized that title is a bit of a double-entendre, but that may be what I mean.  I feel like I want to talk about the whole idea of legislating what people can/can't do with their bodies, but I don't know where TO do that.  Certainly not on Fb, that would only foist it at the few people I know there!  They didn't do it!! 

There are so many questions, and dead-end alleyways, I guess I just wonder why there is no counter-legislative push about all this hoop-dee-do…

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ANTIKAMNIA

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A VOID TO THE VISE

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A VOID TO THE VISE…

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TRINE .. (ReRead)

Posted on February 28, 2019 at 6:52pm 2 Comments

TRINE

Two is a multiplier,

as life thrives by two, conjoined.

But thrice is the trine device of life;

as there is always a Third Element, that of choice.…

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At 12:37pm on December 29, 2018, mary gravitt said…

I am happy to have you as a friend.  At these times of trial and tribulation, I need all the friends I can get. 

Happy New Year!

Mary

At 5:45pm on March 13, 2016, Phibby Venable said…

Songbird, thank you for the lovely welcome! Look forward to your friendship here!

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