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Options May 19, 2014: Andrew Sharpley - Black Ships
This broadcast is a based on a series of translations and re-translations of a text in a not-very-good telephone translation app, going backwards and forwards between Japanese and Portuguese and at each stage rendering the result into English - kind of like Chinese Whispers, except not Chinese. What starts out as a tongue twister over the course of 30 re-translations (25 of which are used in the broadcast) ends up as something that sounds like a deranged terrorist manifesto, talking of bomb blasts and prophets and visas and pain and country. These short texts, read by my daughter Lia, are set against a backdrop of shifting electronic patterns and acoustic piano that mutates gradually over time as the texts themselves do. The title, Black Ships (in Japanese, 黒船, kurofune, Edo Period term) was the name given to Western ships arriving in Japan in the 16th and 19th centuries. In 1543 Portuguese initiated the first contacts, establishing a trade route linking Goa to Nagasaki. The large ships engaged in this trade had the hull painted black with pitch, and the term came to represent all western vessels. A modern day equivalent for the surprise and confusion the presence of these ships caused, would perhaps be someone in a modern city apartment trying to go to sleep with 4 big black flying saucers hovering outside their window... With a nod of recognition to the WFMU presenter and exponent of 'uncreative writing' - of which this is an example - I am dedicating it to Mr Kenneth Goldsmith. - Andrew Sharpley, 16 May, 2014.

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Artist Track Comments Approx. start time
Yann Tomita and The Doopees   Love   Options   0:00:00 (MP3 | )
The GTOs   Do Me In Once And I'll Be Sad, Do Me In Twice And I'll Know Better (Circular Circulation)   Options   0:04:08 (MP3 | )
Flanger   Music To Begin With   Options   0:06:24 (MP3 | )
Blanketship and Qulfus   The Warm Up   Options   0:07:36 (MP3 | )
Noah Creshevsky   Great Performances   Options   0:07:45 (MP3 | )
Negativland   Yellow Black and Rectangular   Options   0:09:36 (MP3 | )
Throbbing Gristle   Weapons Training   Options   0:11:41 (MP3 | )
Delibes   Coppelia Waltz   Options   0:14:04 (MP3 | )
Stanley Unwin   Hi De Fido   Options   0:14:58 (MP3 | )
Klaus Wunderlich   Coppelia Waltz (aus Coppelia-Suite) -- Kleine Melodie, dich vergeß ich nie -- Sag' beim Abschied leise Servus   Options   0:16:12 (MP3 | )
 
Music behind DJ:
Klaus Wunderlich  
    0:16:30 (MP3 | )
Andrew Sharpley - Lia Sharpley   Black Ships   Options The original tongue twister is as follows. Mr. See owned a saw. And Mr. Soar owned a seesaw. Now, See's saw sawed Soar's seesaw Before Soar saw See, Which made Soar sore. Had Soar seen See's saw Before See sawed Soar's seesaw, See's saw would not have sawed Soar's seesaw. So See's saw sawed Soar's seesaw. But it was sad to see Soar so sore just because See's saw sawed Soar's seesaw.  0:19:49 (MP3 | )
Andrew Sharpley - Lia Sharpley   Black Ships   Options This was then subject to 30 re-translations, of which 25 are used in the broadcast. Spoken word recordings of these - read by my daughter Lia - are set against a musical backdrop - whilst as a written text any extra material would be an unnecessary ornamentation, as a piece of audio, 25 minutes of unaccompanied voice reading what is frequently repetitive nonsense would risk seeming not so much uncompromisingly austere, as a test of patience. And anyway, it didn't happen like that.  0:22:12 (MP3 | )
Andrew Sharpley - Lia Sharpley   Black Ships   Options One evening when we were sitting at home in front of the TV, Lia was getting frustrated with this translation app. she uses on web chat - she's part of an online group where Iranian and Indonesian and Portuguese and Japanese kids are all trying to talk to each other - but the translation engine was quite crude and kept on mangling what people said to the point where it was sometimes quite hard to follow the conversation. We started to play a game, feeding a tongue-twister into the translator to try and confuse it even further and see what happened. . Lia was feeding the texts into the translation app. and reading the results back to me, then translating the result again, backwards and forwards between Japanese and Portuguese - kind of like Chinese Whispers, except not Chinese. Once we started, she found it hard to stop. Over the course of about two hours ( and a lot of falling about laughing) we ended up with the series of texts used for this broadcast - the translation app. had default saved all of them in its log, as it would an online conversation. A week later we recorded another - much flatter - version of all this, Lia re-reading all the same things in the same order. So the recording is, rather than being a reading of a dry text, more of a performed record of an event that happened a week earlier.  0:23:37 (MP3 | )
Andrew Sharpley - Lia Sharpley   Black Ships   Options About the music At the moment I am in the middle of a set of songs that are all in B flat and all based roughly around the same chords. I have been making these shifting backdrops of electronic patterns and loops which I can use in different permutations to improvise live with - play over with piano or voice or whatever. It seemed appropriate to use elements of these for a gradually mutating series of audio variations that morph over time as the spoken word text does. Both music and text are really an exercise in getting from A to B - starting one place, and ending up somewhere else. The audio backdrop starts off purely acoustic ( piano) and ends up purely electronic ( digital synth drone) - having gone round the houses inbetween. There are 25 iterations of the text, each lasting about a minute, so I made a different variation for each one - and since all the audio is derived from the same set of songs, and is all in the same key and more or less the same tempo, this ended up creating a consistent and coherent soundworld as backdrop for the spoken word material. Having said that, I could equally well have used a completely different sort of audio material as a backdrop - 25 minutes of John Fahey would have done just as well, for example - but, as it is, I used the nearest thing available - what I happened to be working on at the time. After all - that's what it's there for. And this seemed to fit with the notion of documenting an evening at home a week earlier for a radio broadcast. The same DIY business of using the nearest thing to hand informs the use of the dripping tap ( faucet) in the spoken introduction recorded for this broadcast. Whilst recording this, I was reading John Huston's autobiography " An Open Book' - at one point he remarks ( of film-making) 'Truth is a theme on which to practice variations'. This seemed relevant. And I liked the idea of presenting it as if the whole broadcast had come about because of a dripping tap. Consequences - or the way one thing leads to another - as a certain Ms Vicki Bennett might put it. .  0:25:57 (MP3 | )
Andrew Sharpley - Lia Sharpley   Black Ships   Options About the title Black Ships (in Japanese, 黒船, kurofune, Edo Period term) was the name given to Western ships arriving in Japan in the 16th and 19th centuries. In 1543 Portuguese initiated the first contacts, establishing a trade route linking Goa to Nagasaki. The large ships engaged in this trade had the hull painted black with pitch, and the term came to represent all western vessels.The surprise and confusion these ships inspired are described in this famous kyoka (a humorous poem similar to the 5-line waka): 泰平の Taihei no 眠りを覚ます Nemuri o samasu 上喜撰 Jōkisen たった四杯で Tatta shihai de 夜も眠れず Yoru mo nemurezu  0:28:46 (MP3 | )
Andrew Sharpley - Lia Sharpley   Black Ships   Options This poem is a complex set of puns (in Japanese, kakekotoba or "pivot words"). Taihei (泰平) means "tranquil"; Jōkisen (上喜撰) is the name of a costly brand of green tea containing large amounts of caffeine; and shihai (四杯) means "four cups", so a literal translation of the poem is: Awoken from sleep of a peaceful quiet world by Jokisen tea; with only four cups of it one can't sleep even at night.  0:29:42 (MP3 | )
Andrew Sharpley - Lia Sharpley   Black Ships   Options There is an alternate translation, based on the pivot words. Taihei can refer to the "Pacific Ocean" (太平); jōkisen also means "steam-powered ships" (蒸気船); and shihai also means "four vessels". The poem, therefore, has a hidden meaning: The steam-powered ships break the peaceful slumber of the Pacific; a mere four boats are enough to make us lose sleep at night.  0:30:21 (MP3 | )
Andrew Sharpley - Lia Sharpley   Black Ships   Options ...Roughly the same emotional reaction, perhaps, to that of someone in 2014 in a modern city trying to go to sleep with 4 big black flying saucers hovering outside their window...  0:30:44 (MP3 | )
Andrew Sharpley - Lia Sharpley   Black Ships   Options Dedication With a nod of recognition to the WMFU presenter and exponent of ' uncreative writing' - of which this is an example - I am dedicating it to Mr Kenneth Goldsmith. - Andrew Sharpley, 16 May, 2014.  0:31:59 (MP3 | )
Andrew Sharpley - Lia Sharpley   Black Ships   Options   0:46:34 (MP3 | )
John Oswald   Field   Options   0:46:42 (MP3 | )
BBC Radiophonic Workshop   Air   Options   0:49:43 (MP3 | )
Wing   Time To Say Goodbye in Italian   Options   0:50:02 (MP3 | )
Radiophonic Workshop      0:50:44 (MP3 | )
Buttress O'Kneel   Dreamers Dreaming   Options   0:50:53 (MP3 | )
Gwilly Edmondez   Did You Like Kate Bush Back In The Day   Options   0:51:31 (MP3 | )
BBC Radiophonic Workshop   Time To Go   Options   0:52:37 (MP3 | )
Go Home Productions  Girl Wants To Say Goodbye To Rock and Roll   Options   0:52:42 (MP3 | )
 
Music behind DJ:
Paddy Kingsland  
Killing Me Softly With His Song   Options   0:56:56 (MP3 | )

Listener comments!

Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:00pm People Like Us:

goooood evening
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:00pm Phil:

Hi kids!
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:01pm People Like Us:

howdy
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:02pm Phil:

How many more shows in this season Vicki?
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:02pm dale:

i just changed it from an AM oldies channel and for your love was playin - what are the odds?
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:02pm People Like Us:

26
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:02pm People Like Us:

next week is the last show
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:03pm People Like Us:

ha ha, Dale
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:03pm davex:

Good evening Vicki and listeners! Last show?
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:04pm Rich in Washington:

Is that true? This is the penultimate show?
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:04pm Phil:

Thank goodness for the back catalog... Will miss the live aspect though!
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:04pm tim:

Gizzards, y'all!
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:04pm SeanG:

I dig love and I dig this show
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:04pm northguineahills:

yaye, it's People Like Us time!
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:05pm People Like Us:

it is that! Second to last show too!
Hi Tim, glad you're back boardopping :)
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:05pm People Like Us:

yes, I'm taking the next schedule off (my choice!)
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:05pm ironybread:

This show is what happens to my brain when I try to transcribe Thai text from the back of a Suntaraporn record and then try to figure out the song titles.
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:06pm tim:

Great to be back, Vicki. Here with Ed, Doc and the orchestra.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:07pm Rich in Washington:

Great performances.
Truly great performances...
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:08pm People Like Us:

great great
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:08pm tim:

That's quite true, but...
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:08pm Phil:

Truly!
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:09pm People Like Us:

great great
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:09pm Phil:

Hee hee
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:10pm tim:

Wedge shapes, I see them everywhere.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:10pm davex:

Rectangular performances. Truly rectangular.
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:10pm Phil:

Rectangular!
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:10pm dale:

if you're dedicating this to kenny g i feel i need to put on a viking helmet, blond wig and codpiece.
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:10pm tim:

Piece of pie?
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:10pm People Like Us:

Just lie back on the couch.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:10pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Pseu Braun is also electing for a summer hiatus. Enjoy the summer.
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:11pm Phil:

Everywhere,do you hear me!
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:11pm tim:

Summer lasts until December!!!
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:11pm ironybread:

?dnim ym gnisol I m!
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:12pm davex:

Wait a second. What if everyone goes on hiatus?
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:12pm Rich in Washington:

weird!
I just got this...
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:12pm tim:

Sey, uoy era.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:12pm People Like Us:

Yes, it's summer until December on WFMU and then it's Krampus for 3 months and then it's the marathon
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:12pm People Like Us:

WFMU gets a hernia?
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:13pm tim:

Now, the self-propelled howitzer is really my favorite.
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:13pm tim:

It's all about truss.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:14pm People Like Us:

it's all about the waltz
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:14pm tim:

3/4 of the time, yes.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:15pm Rich in Washington:

I took my headphones off for a bit and came back and thought this was Rolf Harris for a minute.
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:16pm Phil:

Wonderful !
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:16pm tim:

Wunderlich is not his real name.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:17pm davex:

Wunderlich means odd.
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:18pm cloudnein:

Hi Vicki, lurking and listening on the train again :)
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:18pm Phil:

I was thinking something much dirtier...
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:18pm People Like Us:

wunderlich train music
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:19pm People Like Us:

Radio Boredcast wfmu.org...
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:20pm cloudnein:

Wore my PLU
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:21pm tim:

Unless I am just plain mistaken, his surname at birth was Schicklgruber.
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:22pm tim:

It was of course corrected, to Wunderlich, after two or three very uncomfortable minutes.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:24pm People Like Us:

was it corrected on Wikipedia or by a vicar?
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:26pm ironybread:

I saw false seas
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:26pm People Like Us:

or maybe by a vicar on Wikipedia
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:26pm tim:

"I left a little Wunderlich here!" said the wikipedian to the vicar.
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:27pm cloudnein:

Hah ampersand cut off my last comment. Oh well, leaving it to your imagination what I said. A different comment with punctuation likely to cause issue: Ever see/read the ->Japanese->English translation of the French taunter scene from Holy Grail?
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:28pm People Like Us:

someone on twitter just asked me to help her in the battle for the crown of Miss Benelux 2015. This is nearly as good as having been followed by WD-40
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:28pm Phil:

The vicar would like a little Wunderlich here...
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:29pm tim:

Sehr wunderlich.
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:30pm tim:

The battle for the crown of Miss Benelux -- in the court of the Crimson King!
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:31pm People Like Us:

I think the Muppets need to cover the battle
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:31pm tim:

I mean, it just scans so Fripp-Lake-ishly.
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:32pm Phil:

That would be super
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:32pm davex:

And after 25 runs all that was left was: "Exterminate! Exterminate" Exterminate!"
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:33pm tim:

We can only hope there will be generous amounts of self-propelled artillery in use.
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:33pm irene:

evening!
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:34pm People Like Us:

hello Irene :)
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:35pm irene:

Glad there is a lot of text, presently on a train, people will wonder why i am staring at my computer
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:35pm thunderish' Jay:

UAU 4 idea ..yet Ok result
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:35pm davex:

There is - or was - a website that would do just this, send a text back and forth through translation engines. I forget the name...
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:36pm thunderish' Jay:

thanks and hello
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:36pm People Like Us:

lots of train and car listening at this time of night - unless you're.. well, me
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:36pm tim:

Yeah, no one stares at computers anymore.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:37pm People Like Us:

ha ha
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:37pm northguineahills:

I might of missed it, but from where was the original text derived from?
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:37pm irene:

well the odd thing is that i dont actually have headphones, just holding the computer really close to my ear
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:38pm cloudnein:

Yes train listening. Paul F. Tompkins would read google voice transcripts of voicemails he received, classic and similar to this.
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:38pm tim:

On trains, I find it exciting to carry a fake smartphone made of brown cardboard.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:38pm thunderish' Jay:

progression resides on the art of subtle change to improve, and the continuous effort in being attentive to its signs .. i dont know whats the problem with horns
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:38pm tim:

And I tap it, and obsess over it...
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:38pm davex:

I'd jump on a tram, but I think they've stopped running for the night.
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:38pm tim:

"Regardless of whether you were sad."
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:39pm dale:

if it's been a wet year in belgium or luxemborg some wd-40 would come in handy.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:39pm davex:

A smartboard.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:40pm thunderish' Jay:

EU's leader or so "barroso" what a portuguese gipsy
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:40pm thunderish' Jay:

people should arrest him
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:41pm People Like Us:

I like it when influential people follow you on twitter in the hope that you will follow them, it's a topsy turvy upside down world
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:41pm Davis:

adverts transmitted through train windows if you make the mistake of resting your head on them
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:41pm tim:

If my uncle shaves your uncle, your uncle will be shaved.
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:41pm tim:

Absolutely no one has ever noticed.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:41pm thunderish' Jay:

that salmon face east coast maoist!
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:41pm cloudnein:

I forget which culture it was common to buy and "use" a fake cell if you couldn't afford a real one just so you didn't seem poor.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:42pm People Like Us:

I wear headphones in the street but I am not listening to anything
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:42pm tim:

What is twitter?
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:43pm thunderish' Jay:

got grundig opened street noise phones great stuff
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:43pm davex:

Twitter is what an odd bird does.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:43pm thunderish' Jay:

usb charged
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:44pm tim:

Gros gras grand grain d'orge, tout gros-gras-grand-grain-d'orgerisé, quand te dé-gros-gras-grand-grain-d'orgeriseras-tu?
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:44pm northguineahills:

Ne'er mind, the playlist refreshed.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:44pm thunderish' Jay:

back neck humming-bird
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:45pm Davis:

twitter satisfies the need to communicate things to other humans, but not quite enough to feel dare i say happy
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:47pm davex:

I'd like a transcript of that. Or play the home game: www.translation-telephone.com
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:47pm tim:

Pope Pius' dad's pipe stinks.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:49pm People Like Us:

the comments board sounds like one half of a phonecall sometimes
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:50pm Rich in Washington:

I often wear my headphones around work listening to nothing, if only to not have to talk to anyone unecessarily
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:50pm davex:

The comments should be translated into 1000 languages and sent on the next space probe.
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:51pm Davis:

oh you wouldnt believe what they're doing now!
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:51pm dale:

don't mess with army dreamers!
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:51pm Phil:

Up a level or two for this show! NICE!
https://www.dropbox.com/s/lr884gahnnmd3u2/XT5U.jpg
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:51pm tim:

These Basques pass this helmet and this mask until the mask and helmet break.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:53pm Rich in Washington:

I am confused.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:53pm People Like Us:

ha ha Phil
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:53pm Davis:

theres a man who travels the london to norwich train who wears industrial ear defenders with be written on one side and quiet on the other
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:53pm People Like Us:

it's OK, it will be over soon
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:54pm ironybread:

Go Home Productions is the king of what he does. His mashup of "Day in the Life" and "Karma Police" deserves to be more popular 700 years from now than either original song
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:54pm People Like Us:

Davis, are you from Norwich?
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:54pm Rich in Washington:

No! Not over soon!
Oh, I suppose I have to go home eventually. I can't listen in the car, after all.
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:54pm tim:

Are the archduchess's socks dry or very dry?
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:55pm Davis:

cant stream anything-- listening to the boys doing you cant hurt a memory
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:55pm People Like Us:

oh look, you're releasing Val Denham
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:55pm Phil:

GHP shares a HUGE catalog too
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:55pm Davis:

no, leeds
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:56pm People Like Us:

ahhh - I had an exhibition there in Feb at Leeds College
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:57pm Rich in Washington:

I dig the new Raymond Scott Rewired thing. I think I like all three respective group's contributions equally. (GHP is on it).
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:57pm Davis:

yes, Val is amazing
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:57pm Bryce:

hibye
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:57pm tim:

I want and demand jasmine and daffodils. BYE.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:57pm People Like Us:

beautiful artwork too
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:57pm ironybread:

I am very sad that this series is going to stop.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:57pm davex:

Thanks, it was a very interesting show, Vicki. Not at all wunderlich. And thanks everyone for the laughs...
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:57pm People Like Us:

howdyhi Bryce
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:58pm Rich in Washington:

ths has been a wonderful show, Vicki!
I listen to your shows to get my dose of (positive) confusion...
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:58pm Bryce:

SHH
  Mon. 5/19/14 7:58pm Phil:

Thanks everyone - great time !
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:58pm People Like Us:

last show of the season next week peoples
thanks all for listening in and for you comments :)
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:58pm Rich in Washington:

confusion is good for your brain.
Avatar    Mon. 5/19/14 7:58pm People Like Us:

well how can the series start again if it doesn't stop first?
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:59pm Davis:

yes handpainted unique self portraits and wonderful songs, it doesnt get much better
Avatar Mon. 5/19/14 7:59pm dale:

wonder if paddy does any carpenters?

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