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Journal Entry: Sun Oct 14, 2012, 8:59 PM



For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

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WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Jonsi:Go
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: The Messenger
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

Not quite here yet

Journal Entry: Mon Jun 18, 2012, 5:39 PM
i'm having bandwidth issues. shoud be back to normal in about a week if i can stay off line for the most part(


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For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Jonsi:Go
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: The Messenger
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

Vividlight will remain Vividlight

Journal Entry: Thu May 17, 2012, 9:34 AM
Somes Blue and Green by CalluAnother day gone by... by SchwarzWieEbenholZSolitude by LeashaHooker
Precious by Annieta-KrThank you by RezzanATAKOLreport from paradise by AlicjaRodzik


For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Jonsi:Go
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: The Messenger
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

Climbing Back To Life.......

Journal Entry: Sat Dec 24, 2011, 11:45 PM
:thumb275198485:.: Butterfly :. by Dave-Ellissnow spectre by lostknightkgJake in the Window by barefootphotos
your touch blue by Piarvi-Recherreenin an unknown direction by HeretyczkaAReality and illusion by fashioneyesThree is company by vbagiatis
your touch blue by Piarvi-RecherreenA lonely soul is searching for silence by RezzanATAKOLnon je ne regrette rien by weltenganghuman by werram
le veilleur de nuit by baspunkA Hat And A Bow Tie by JillAuvilleRailroad bridge by RobertsGallery:thumb194341446:

I will be laid out for about six weeks starting in mid Jan. Will do some shots next week. But really need to the surgery now to be back on my feet by spring. nothing life threatening. But I really need the full function of my feet to do what I love most. Hike with my dogs and roam the gardens.


For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Jonsi:Go
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: The Messenger
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

I've Lost It

Journal Entry: Sun Aug 28, 2011, 9:48 AM
Can't seem to find my spark. my muchness. Hope it returns soon. Maybe when I feel the first cool breeze of Fall. But that is so far away:shrug:


For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Jonsi:Go
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: The Messenger
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

A feast of friends features

Journal Entry: Mon Jun 27, 2011, 10:55 PM
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Riding the Ghosttrain by mimulux:thumb213229904:Trees of Metal by JillAuville
:thumb212914213:Cousins of the Antichrist 1.1 by theonlymagicleftisarThese Lonely Skies by o-BlueMoon-o
Technophobia by RickHaighOur Fears II by guille1701:thumb211306756:




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For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Jonsi:Go
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: The Messenger
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

Devious Journal Entry

Journal Entry: Wed May 25, 2011, 10:43 PM



For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Jonsi:Go
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: The Messenger
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

Help with getting picyures into journal

Journal Entry: Thu May 19, 2011, 12:56 PM
A bit under the weather with allergies. Something new to me. Want to post pics into journal. But know how now. Loved the drag and drop. Not so good at learning new things.


For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Jonsi:Go
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: The Messenger
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

Time to begin again Features

Journal Entry: Sat Feb 12, 2011, 12:38 PM
going to start shooting again this next week

Does hope really exist ? by Ellohine la rose by edredon The Softer Side of Runescape by Zethara
On the other side by etchepare Day of Love 2011 by AriandraRayne Henge by moonwalker129
As my world melts away by MonsterBrand I'll give you all...III by JoannaRzeznikowska :thumb195766890:
Nocturnal Myth by dutchshun A puddle of colour by mstargazer :thumb195472037:
I saved colours for u by RezzanATAKOL lazy afternoon by geiger11


For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Jonsi:Go
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: The Messenger
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

Dignity and Grace Features

Journal Entry: Wed Jan 5, 2011, 4:16 PM
Pepper
September 15th 1999 to January 22nd 2011


branches. by Altingfest :thumb194014132: About Ordinary People 9 by LEQUARK
One sunny day with Lomo II by SebastienTabuteaud Space Cadet Glow by creativemikey all the promises we make by RickHaigh
Death of the sun by VexingArt shroud of fall by yv TOTENWACHE - The Wake by mimulux
:thumb193721030: ashes by ValentinaKallias :thumb193695176:


For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Jonsi:Go
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: The Messenger
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

Being an empath sucks

Journal Entry: Tue Nov 30, 2010, 7:32 PM
It's fun when your young. But as you get older. You at first try and avoid the past and retreat into meaningless relationships. Only to find out they are not meaningless. They do hurt others which in turn hurts you. The past will at a time converge with the future. People will think it's great that what you thought was valuable is coming around again. But for you it just sucks the energy and creative ability that you for the first time can claim for yourself. I spent many years getting away from "The Wall" and a TV show I did 20 some years ago. All those people that grew up with them are in their nostalgia period. I don't enjoy looking back that much. It was my past life. I'm still living. For me it's some kind of convergence. I will go through it. I've already started, and I can't wait for it to end so I can move forward as an artist are what ever. Most of you won't get this. I'm still figuring it out. "Be Careful What You Wish For" might be the right thought. Then again live your dream.

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:thumb187483470: the knowing.. by RickHaigh light ahead by awjay
:thumb187901994: automne in town by baspunk


For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Jonsi:Go
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: The Messenger
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

Join me on facebook

Journal Entry: Tue Nov 23, 2010, 4:55 PM
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The Arcade by JonnyGoodboy Water Fall by Hengki24 The old tree by rdalpes


For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Jonsi:Go
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: The Messenger
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

innervisons features

Journal Entry: Fri Oct 29, 2010, 1:32 PM
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The Sun is Gone by leenik


For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Jonsi:Go
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: The Messenger
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

Inventor Of Fractals Benoit Mandelbrot Dies

Journal Entry: Sun Oct 17, 2010, 10:56 AM
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Franco-American mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot died last Thursday at age 85 in Cambridge, United States, due to pancreatic cancer, as confirmed by his wife, Aliette, and collects the newspaper 'The New York Times. Mandelbrot is considered primarily responsible for the rise of the theory of fractals for the 1970 math concepts with applications in physics, biology or economics.

Mandelbrot coined the term fractal to define a new type of mathematical form that would explain, for example, geometric pattern matching and irregularities found in nature.

"Applied mathematics have been focused over a century simplified phenomena, but many things are not so, the more they are examined under a microscope, you discover more complexities," said Professor of Mathematics at Brown University David Mumford. "He was one of the first who realized that these were legitimate objects of study," he said in reference to Mandelbrot.

In his most famous book, 'The Fractal Geometry of Nature', published in 1982, Mandelbrot argued mathematical objects defined by others as "monstrous" or "pathological" to explain the complexity of the coast or the clouds using a tool "rigorous quantitative and potent. "

Despite the success of their studies Mandelbrot never fit well among the most renowned mathematicians and worked much of his life in New York as a researcher at IBM, until he accepted a position at Yale University.

His studies of fractals are based on a question that was asked when he started his life as a researcher: How long is the coast of Britain? The answer, it could check with surprise, depended on how close look at the coastline. On a map of the island looks much more contoured, but approaching the point of view discover new irregularities that increase its length.

"That is the question, a basic geometric problem, well thought out, is impossible," Mandelbrot said in an interview to 'NYT' this year. "The length of the coast is in some sense, infinite," he added.

In the 1950 Mandelbrot proposed a simple but radical formula to quantify such an object given its "fractal dimension", a view which has proved its value beyond the realm of cartography.

For nearly seven decades Mandelbrot worked with dozens of scientists and made contributions in fields such as geology, medicine, cosmology and engineering. Used fractal geometry to explain how galaxies are grouped, how the price of cereals or how the mammalian brain is multiplied as it grows.

His influence is also fundamental in geometry, as it was one of the first that used the computer graphics to study mathematical objects such as the Mandelbrot set, named in his honor, best known and studied fractal sets.

WARSAW TO NEW YORK

Benoit B. Mandelbrot – the B is the initial of his middle name, but put himself and has no meaning – was born on November 20, 1924 in Warsaw in the midst of a Jewish family of Lithuanian origin. In 1936 his family fled the country before the Nazi threat, first to Paris and then to southern France, where she raised horses and worked repairing tools.

After the war he entered the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris, which offset the lack of formal education with his keen intellect. His career soon led him to cross the Atlantic, and who was interested in a course in aeronautics from California Institute of Technology
, but returned to Paris for his doctorate in mathematics in 1952. He then moved to the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton for postdoctoral studies with the mathematician John von Neumann.

After seven years at the National Center for Scientific Research in Paris was hired by IBM in 1958 to work at the Research Center Thomas J. Watson of New York. Although he never abandoned his academic work and taught at Harvard and MIT, it was not until 1987 when he accepted a position teaching at Yale stable, where he was tenured in 1999.

From: That Happened web site


For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Riceboy Sleeps
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: Paranoid Park
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

I WANT MY COFFEE

Journal Entry: Sun Sep 12, 2010, 10:52 AM
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Hell yeah!

I HATE PLANTS by DivineError

..................Ghoul by JillAuville


For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Riceboy Sleeps
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: Paranoid Park
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

Try It!

Journal Entry: Wed Sep 8, 2010, 7:20 PM
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I did. Now make it go away. Summers over the kids are in school.....


For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Riceboy Sleeps
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: Paranoid Park
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

Hello It's Me

Journal Entry: Sun Sep 5, 2010, 10:00 PM
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Hello, it's me
I've thought about us for a long, long time
Maybe I think too much but something's wrong
There's something here that doesn't last too long
Maybe I shouldn't think of you as mine

Seeing you
Or seeing anything as much as I do you
I take for granted that you're always there
I take for granted that you just don't care
Sometimes I can't help seeing all the way through

It's important to me
That you know you are free
'Cause I never want to make you change for me

Think of me
You know that I'd be with you if I could
I'll come around to see you once in a while
Or if I ever need a reason to smile
And spend the night if you think I should

It's important to me
That you know you are free
'Cause I never want to make you change for me

Think of me
You know that I'd be with you if I could
I'll come around to see you once in a while
Or if I ever need a reason to smile
And spend the night if you think I should

Think of me...
Think of me...
Think of me

Todd Rundgren

But really just love the song
I be fine:)

V i s i t II by ZanaSoul Solo living by fashioneyes something will happen by fashioneyes
:Abandoned: by StrippedSoul :thumb172494165: ripples in blue by awjay
:thumb173027866: Out there ... by Sesca


For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Riceboy Sleeps
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: Paranoid Park
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

I can't breathe anymore

Journal Entry: Wed Sep 1, 2010, 11:06 PM
Clubs Im In
:iconflower-club: :iconlandscape-club::icondesigningdivas::icononewordphoto::iconmanipulators::iconparrotsandbirdsunion::iconpinkfloydclub08:
My stock--> :icondigitalife: <--My stock

Anti Tag Stamp by Kip0130

I can't breathe anymore
Why that is I'm not sure
I've got my feet on the ground
In fact I'm flat on the floor
My direction is lost
I should pause to take stock
It's a new one on me
To even dream that you're free
It's a tale without an end
But the end is there for all to see
And if the end weren't so real
Coming 'round and 'round again on me

David Gilmour

www.youtube.com/watch?v=8etn_W…


hope to do features soon


For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

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WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Riceboy Sleeps
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: Paranoid Park
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

Ask Yourself why

Journal Entry: Tue Aug 17, 2010, 10:42 PM
Clubs Im In
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My stock--> :icondigitalife: <--My stock

Anti Tag Stamp by Kip0130

Why are so many people against the building of the Muslim community center and mosque in N.Y. (denying American Muslims the freedom of religion) while at the same time, we are fighting two costly wars in the Middle East to supposedly bring freedom (including freedom of religion) to Muslims! Explain this to me.

From my friend Michael




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For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Riceboy Sleeps
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: Paranoid Park
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice

Isolation And Dislocation Features

Journal Entry: Fri Jul 30, 2010, 4:49 PM
Clubs Im In
:iconflower-club: :iconlandscape-club::icondesigningdivas::icononewordphoto::iconmanipulators::iconparrotsandbirdsunion::iconpinkfloydclub08:
My stock--> :icondigitalife: <--My stock

Anti Tag Stamp by Kip0130

two of my favorite Themes

:thumb171005434: V i s i t II by ZanaSoul :thumb167739807:
Solo living by fashioneyes Full Comfort by tothzoli001 Inmost Depths by Izaaaaa
something will happen by fashioneyes :thumb172131169: :Abandoned: by StrippedSoul
The Walk Of Life by o0oLUXo0o :thumb172494165: Tunnel by moonwalker129
Spooks by JillAuville in my sphere by baspunk ripples in blue by awjay
THE BAD OLD BOY by baspunk .:The Scared and The Brave:. by bogdanici The Man Who Wasn't There by JonhyBlaze
:thumb173318033: D e p a r t u r e by DusterAmaranth
Alone souls by RezzanATAKOL :thumb173027866: Out there ... by Sesca


For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment

---------------------------
WARNING!

Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Riceboy Sleeps
  • Reading: Vanity Fair
  • Watching: Paranoid Park
  • Playing: Roulette
  • Eating: Racklette
  • Drinking: Blood Orange Juice