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For Fame and Acclaim

Go ahead, strike a pose!
No one knows who you are
In this quixotic little bar;
Go ahead, untame yourself
Like uncontrolled flame,
After all no one will blame… 128 more words

Poetry

They're not role models.

Am I the only person who gets annoyed at people for idolizing celebrities?  Not just athletes, but movie stars, TV stars, musicians, etc.  I can understand wanting to succeed at your particular goals like someone else did, like a young black man wanting to be President because Barack Obama became President, or a Little Leaguer wanting to make it to the New York Yankees because Derek Jeter did, but what I don’t get are people that want to be like the Kardashians or any of the other reality show trash that litters our cultural landscape. 119 more words

Personal

MIND

Our human mind has amazing potential!
It determines how we interpret life,
business matters, dear ones or strife.

How we will react – open and kind… 140 more words

Choices

{New Rock} {Thoughts} The Pretty Reckless- Take Me Down

Well now brown cow. New tunes from The Pretty Reckless!

I just heard this song on the radio and thought out loud “is this another satan song…again?” Don’t get me wrong, I know that rock historically has given us ‘the devil went down to Georgia’ type of stories for years. 61 more words

Music

"Pin-Up" of the Week: 2016 National Baseball Hall Of Fame Induction Press Pin

The National Baseball Hall Of Fame welcomed two new members to it’s exclusive club – Mike Piazza and Ken Griffey, Jr.  Who would’ve thought card #1 in the first product released by Upper Deck would end up being the rookie of a future Hall Of Famer.   172 more words

The

Limelight

You cast your light on me…

Yet I choose to hide in the shadows…

I cannot stand in the light for its foreign to me… 19 more words

Fear

Foot Stomping to Fame

I’m picking up (or being reminded of) all sorts of neat trivia in the recent Bowie books I’ve begun reading.

For instance, “Fame” is supposedly based on an old R&B single from 1961, “Foot Stomping, Part 1” by the Flares: 252 more words

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