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07-18-2011, 11:59 AM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by adr1an Quote
What is it with West Coasts and Secession-ism ?
Same story here: Secessionism in Western Australia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I'm not sure but I think it's the difference in the oceans, at least here in the USA. People who live near and sail on the the Atlantic tend to be conservative, hardy, semi-sarcastic souls. The Pacific, something about being near it makes people positively loopy, I swear. I've seen some die hard Northerners, even New Englanders go west and over time become navel contemplating yoga doing surfer types, lol. Yes, that includes me. I may be on the east coast again, but my heart is still back on the other coast, near the Pacific.

I've actually lived on both coasts of the USA, and the emotional effect of the oceans on either side on me is a totally different thing in each case. I actually love both, but the Atlantic never had quite the mystic hold on me that the Pacific does. I was born near the Atlantic, played near it's shores for half my life, adored it, but now that I've seen the Pacific? I want to be buried in it when I die. No kidding.

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Ain't nothin' wrong with yoga.
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QuoteOriginally posted by deadwolfbones Quote
Ain't nothin' wrong with yoga.
Deadwolfbones, I can't help it, I've got to go there. Every time I see your locale, I think of this great song.

ANGEL:
New York City

MARK:
Uh huh

ANGEL:
Center of the universe

COLLINS:
Sing it, girl

ANGEL:
times are s--tty, but I'm pretty sure they can't get worse

MARK:
I hear you

ANGEL:
It's a comfort to know
When you're singing the hit the road blues
That anywhere else you could possibly go
After New York would be
A pleasure cruise

COLLINS:
Now you're talking!

Well I'm thwarted by a meta-physic puzzle
And I'm sick of grading papers, that I know
And I'm shouting in my sleep, I need a muzzle
All this misery pays no salary, so
Let's open up a restaurant in Santa Fe
Oh, sunny Santa Fe would be nice
Let's open up a restaurant in Santa Fe
And leave this to the roaches and mice

OH-OH

ALL:
OH--

ANGEL:
You teach?

COLLINS:
I teach- computer age philosophy
But my students would rather watch TV

ANGEL:
America

ALL:
America!

COLLINS:
You're a sensitive aesthete
Brush the sauce onto the meat
You could make the menu sparkle with rhyme
You could drum a gentle drum
I could seat guests as they come
Chatting not about heidegger, but wine

Let's open up a restaurant in Santa Fe
Our labors would reap financial gains

ALL:
Gains, gains, gains

COLLINS:
We'll open up a restaurant in Santa Fe
And save from devastation our brains

HOMELESS:
Save our brains

ALL:
We'll pack up all our junk and fly so far away
Devote ourselves to projects that sell
We'll open up a restaurant in Santa Fe
Forget this cold Bohemian hell
OH- OH-

COLLINS:
Do you know the way to Santa Fe?
You know, tumbleweeds... prairie dogs...
Yeah

I think that song pretty much says it all and yeah, though I live in either place no more and adore CA I still love NYC too, and yeah I'm an admitted Rentie. I am a fan more of the movie than the play, but OH YEAH!!!!
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1/4 vs 1/400.
Numbers are tricky things.

This all just proves what we've known all along:
Half of the people like her, half of the people don't like her, and a third have no opinion.
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I don't know whether I should post this here or on the "divorce the Tea Party" thread, but this woman is a prime example of what is dangerous to the GOP about the Tea Party types. I have several good friends who never voted for a Democrat who pushed the button for Obama because she was on the ticket--behind an old man who has had multiple bouts with cancer.

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