Monday, July 17, 2023

Contemporary History Exposes Big-Oil Dripping Generations of Drool All Over The World


Watch Out Fake Tom Cruisers

Opinion Columnist

    Oh well. Mar-a-Lago's faceless, blunder, wonder continues. Exposing a conspiracy generations behind electricity not provided in FILLING STATIONS. 
SO NOW. Now, now, now. The Really Big SHOW Edna St. Vincent Millay 
A wonder from, on and in between, the lines of history.   She'd dreamed of writing and had her whole family with her when she made her inroads into literature.

    Greenwich Village, where she worked, was the defined scar of futile resistance to ridiculously applied capitalist punishment. Where Womanhood's rights were pursued for themselves and formed a beachhead in the major nonsense of wars between different people. 

    Greenwich Village was the fortified facing of the Sharks of Inherent Financially Wasted Wealth who owned the rest of the streets. Defended capitalism, when the abundance funded destructive competitions titled wars etc. Too big for the public to understand? Too muted for the public not to understand facing the shallow duping is a place to defend individual liberties NOW.

    IT WAS Men who'd evolved to face the responsibility for children crafted into all the women's faults. Labelling Socialists just violently associated. Targeting even their issue Child Care political. When the problem was, and is, capitalism functioning correctly. Why much of the world's devastation really is buying that BEING SOLD OUT is meaningless drool.A

pinnacled symbol, the monstrous tentacled TITAN J. P. Morgan,so fatly enthralled, and ensconced, in manipulating finance to just manipulate financing's profit, he probably only slept best in that GOD DAMNED chair. Yep. How I remember feeling in the library when a contemporary French Joan of Arc emphasized our standing honored another pinhead of royalty skullduggery.

    So Edna St. Vincent Millay's devoted husband from the lower tiers of the BIG-OIL Dripping Industry explained he'd take care of her in Austerlitz where friends documented visiting a woman relatively okay except hostage to the facade evil people know digging the whole world out from underneath us destroys the world. Bright ideacordoning off symbols of independent women. Destroying Malcolms, Martins and whoever else got in the way of facing ourselves.

    America, get it? Most likely Wiley Post and Will Rogers ran away to filter out as it is known they spent time with the Eskimos. They knew a logical nationally planned network grid policy wasn't planned. Light rail abandoned so cars asphalt the world exploiting resources meant for evolution within. A little pollution okay? DEAD WRONG.

    If you don't think history's manipulated, look what poor white trash was elected president! Jaqueline Bouvier probably the targeted liberal icon and idiots spiral all-the-time. She'd warned John her father was inside the Pentagon and said there's people doing untrustworthy things in there. She warned him not to bother flying. He knew. Two bimbos late imagined into it's just all about celebrity, who'd been warned not to set him up like that. He's documented saying just get on the plane. 

    An abandoned wealthy child shoots John Lennon who'd finally gotten his legal harness loosely attached. Then the simple fraud knight Reagan goes down, the same way, and up a General pops running around playing next in charge. While even the fools know Bush is the next clown in line. Why John F. Kennedy Jr. smiled the three times we crossed. St. Patrick's, an elevator with a woman and rummaging around publishing at 50th and Broadway where the electrifier of the guitar Les Paul played a few years and thought it cool what the kids did with the electric guitar. Against just a bunch of circling pinhead conspiracy crap with no necessary need to pin their pinheaded names on. Because our own individual consciences are our own individually faced gory glories. What a miserable fate to sit carelessly on enjoying destroying the human race.

What is it with
you people? 
Close the door on the GOD DAMNED BASTARDS.

By Frank Rojas - The New York Times

Three decades have passed since Billy Joel released his hit single “We Didn’t Start the Fire,” a song that chronicled cultural and historical events from 1949 to 1989. Its rapid-fire lyrics took listeners through a time machine, with references to figures such as Harry Truman and Marilyn Monroe and events such as the Korean War and Woodstock. Now, Fall Out Boy has picked up where the song left off with an updated cover version.

The single’s cover art reads “A Fall Out Boy cover of the Billy Joel song ‘We Didn’t Start the Fire’ covering newsworthy items from 1989-2023,” and the new lyrics refer to Myspace, the Mars Rover, Jeff Bezos and the deaths of Prince and Queen Elizabeth.

“I remember hearing the song when I was a kid,” Pete Wentz, the bassist, wrote in an email. “The ‘J.F.K. blown away’ line always stuck out to me. I would always start the verses but get kind of lost a few references in.”

He continued, “This song was omnipresent in that era, but in a way where it crept through the cracks of pop culture. I remember talking about the lyrics in history class.”

According to Mr. Wentz, instead of a straight cover of the song, the band wanted to amend the lyrics to reflect the 34 years that had passed since its release.

“I listen to Billy Joel’s and so many of the things in it are either massive moments or just kind of shoulder shrugs within history now,” he wrote. “It’s interesting to see what he referenced from the ’50s and ’60s and what he didn’t. And in some ways it’s just etchings inside of a cave — documentation that we existed and these things happened, both triumphant and terrible. We made this song for ourselves and then we hoped our fans would have fun with it.”

Brady Gerber is a rock music critic who contributes to New York and Pitchfork. As a fan of the original, he is quite fond of Fall Out Boy’s take.

“I think every generation gets their own ‘We Didn’t Start the Fire,’” Mr. Gerber said. “I still think the melody is really catchy and fun. And I remember that the initial reaction to Billy Joel’s original version wasn’t really great. I think a lot of people actually hated the song at the time. So it’s funny, because I’m also seeing a lot of people criticizing the song thinking it’s ridiculous, but it’s also just a ridiculous song to begin with.”

While it’s hard to capture every historical moment, the song mimics the original in that its references span a wide range, covering climate change as well as Pokémon and the “Twilight” films.

Fall Out Boy did, however, leave out one of the most recent historical events: “I think our biggest omission was a Covid reference,” Mr. Wentz said, “and we debated it, but we leave that to the next generation’s update!” 

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