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Old 03-12-2008, 08:47 AM   #10001
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rich157, you have to recognize the LINES in
the 2nd of 11
BBC Pictures of THE SMILING SKY...
updated at 19:44 GMT, Monday, 1 December 2008

Venus, Jupiter and the crescent moon
gave a treat to astronomers all over the world.
This picture was taken by
Martin Cooper in
Bangkok, Thailand.




the 2nd of 11


Jupiter and Venus were in conjunction and looked as if
they were getting closer.
Photo: Felicia Sutantyo in Melbourne, Australia.



true lilly ... Rhode Champion ... back in black ... 55 40 ... Meredith ... Pirate Dogs ...& so many more Keys we've Cruised by
& ....,,,,....,,,,....,,,,;;;;,,;;;.,.,;;;;"";;":";



and MURDOCH SAYS....>>>>>

Travel Gallery: Best Aussie film locations:


BELLS BEACH

Where: Victoria

The movie: Point Break (1991)


The moment:
The, like, totally bodacious Bodhi (Patrick Swayze)
is finally tracked down by undercover FBI agent
Keanu 'Dude' Reeves, who had infiltrated Bodhi's
surfer-turned-bank-robber gang.

Reeves finds his quarry watching the wild surf
on the famous Victorian beach,
where he lets the crim surf one last time
.

Technically the movie wasn't filmed at Bells Beach –
rather a beach in California –

but it has still cemented the beach in the hearts and minds
of surfers and tourists around the world.

Picture: Michael Dodge




7 of 11


HANGING ROCK

Where:
Victoria

The movie:

Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

The moment: On Saturday, February 14, 1900,
a party of schoolgirls from Appleyard College
picnicked at Hanging Rock,
near Mt Macedon
in the State of Victoria.
During the afternoon several members of the party
disappeared without a trace.

The scene of the lace-wearing girls journeying up
the monolithic Hanging Rock
for the first time is absolutely haunting.



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Old 03-12-2008, 08:58 AM   #10002
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Picture of the day on wiki for 01.12.08
Mt Everest

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:POTD/2008-12-02
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Old 03-12-2008, 09:05 AM   #10003
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BRITNEY SPEARS and FARRAH FAWCETT



Ex-UCLA Staffer Admits to Peddling Farrah's File

"Former UCLA Medical Center employee Lawanda Jackson pleaded guilty Monday to peddling confidential information about Farrah Fawcett's cancer battle to the National Enquirer and using her boss' password to access records belonging to dozens of patients, including Britney Spears and Maria Shriver."

http://www.eonline.com/uberblog/b711...ah_s_File.html

Fawcett = tap. Information leak?

Tap leaking?

Fits in nicely with Tintin's Venice under water threads...

Britney Spears? Spears come back! Lance Armstrong come back!

Spears come back.

Lance come back.

http://espn.go.com/media/pg2/2001/07...r_lance_sp.jpg
Spear of Destiny

Holy Lance

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Old 03-12-2008, 09:05 AM   #10004
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I love exploring, seeking out the yet undiscovered, it's so much fun,
I don't like to hog the experience, so I highlight stories in the news,
written, presented etc., in a curious way, that leads me to question:
"WHY DO IT LIKE THAT NOW?"...then pray others find the wonders
there to be revealed~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Well this thread is like the News of The Future,
and as it's grown, it's shown new patterns of 'combination'...
so as I keep recommending folk read back on old posts,
I thought I'd show what a random look about halfway back,
SLAPS BACK IN THE FACE OF TIME>>>


http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showt...11956&page=501
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Old 03-12-2008, 09:07 AM   #10005
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Gee wiki main page is interesting today

Ballarat
Alistair Murdoch
etc...

and newest articles
they had this photo on front page earlier
Dang won't let me copy... its the flag similar to Eureka I think
red background with a cross and stars

Kasim Reed
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Old 03-12-2008, 09:13 AM   #10006
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Tintin wrote the following...

"Today on the WEAKEST link. the answer to question 131
was again TINTIN.
In a short time I have now heard TINTIN 3 times as an answer.

And also today an answer was RAFAEL NADAL.
Yesterday RAFAEL NADAL was an answer as well.
that must be very rare....."


VeraSusa also mentioned that the idea of news behind the news is going mainstream.

This morning Nancy Sinatra came on the radio with "These Boots are Made for Walking". My wife (who hears a lot more radio than me) pulled a face and said "Oh not again!". She said that they keep on playing the same songs.
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Old 03-12-2008, 09:17 AM   #10007
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I've found that looking at the "polls" at the news websites can give you clues as well. Yep they're still at it, creeping ever so slowly.....

They ask you to vote for questions like

Does Australia need a local government system?
http://www.3aw.com.au/

and
Should there be a referendum on federal take over of hospitals?
http://www.abc.net.au

Scary shittt...
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Old 03-12-2008, 09:22 AM   #10008
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This is freaky....

I have had a few old CD's on my desk for the last two weeks which I found while spring cleaning.

Black Coffee by Allsaints - Tin Tin posted on it a few days ago

And I had the Thompson Twins...
I read in the insert
Thompson Twins got their name from Thompson and Thompson - the detectives in the Tin Tin series....
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Old 03-12-2008, 09:38 AM   #10009
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http://users.tce.rmit.edu.au/e03159/ModMelb/mm2/lect/30's%20&%2040's/html/newspaper.html

"I'll put a girdle around the earth" is the name of the painting

Have a close look at it
Who are the four goons in the top right hand corner??
And whats with measuring the world with a girdle around it?
whats going into the middle guys head and whats coming out?



Painting is owned by the Australian National Gallery - Canberra
Painting was originally commissioned for Newspaper House - Melbourne in 1933 !!!!
Also see the 1933 under the car



http://www.theage.com.au/articles/20...?from=storyrhs
http://www.nattrust.com.au/trust_reg...r_waller_mural

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Old 03-12-2008, 09:50 AM   #10010
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This is freaky....

I have had a few old CD's on my desk for the last two weeks which I found while spring cleaning.

Black Coffee by Allsaints - Tin Tin posted on it a few days ago

And I had the Thompson Twins...
I read in the insert
Thompson Twins got their name from Thompson and Thompson - the detectives in the Tin Tin series....

These strange music things happened to me too last week. I was driving several hrs in my car and suddenly felt
a need for some Queen music. Searched the cd's and played some. Haven't listened for months, than stucked with
Innuendo and Bohemian Rhapsody which I played several times. Next day when I was back home and reading this
thread suddenly Innuendo as Bohemian Rhapsody came up

I always knew Freddy was a "messager".
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Old 03-12-2008, 09:51 AM   #10011
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http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/sto...005961,00.html

That's a classic Vera!

so, a study of newspaper headlines eh

quote "we have found that there is something more to newspaper headlines than meets the eye"
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Old 03-12-2008, 09:56 AM   #10012
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http://users.tce.rmit.edu.au/e03159/...newspaper.html

"I'll put a girdle around the earth" is the name of the painting

Have a close look at it
Who are the goons in the top right hand corner??
And whats with measuring the world with a girdle around it?
whats going into the middle guys head and whats coming out?



Painting is owned by the Australian National Gallery - Canberra
Painting was originally commissioned for Newspaper House - Melbourne



http://www.theage.com.au/articles/20...?from=storyrhs
http://www.nattrust.com.au/trust_reg...r_waller_mural
The picture in the middle reminds me of something David Icke wrote recently about Obama's role. Obama is the man in the middle. The guys on the right are Brzezinski etc. The people on the left are Santa's little helpers. the masons and satanists and ignorant masses who are helping to build the NWO.

But...

If you take Brzezinski as the man in the middle, then the guys on the right are the off world entities / demons´who are running the NWO show.
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Old 03-12-2008, 10:00 AM   #10013
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These strange music things happened to me too last week. I was driving several hrs in my car and suddenly felt
a need for some Queen music. Searched the cd's and played some. Haven't listened for months, than stucked with
Innuendo and Bohemian Rhapsody which I played several times. Next day when I was back home and reading this
thread suddenly Innuendo as Bohemian Rhapsody came up

I always knew Freddy was a "messager".

Yeah its funny, because they are old songs too, not like they are in the mainstream at the moment.
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Old 03-12-2008, 10:17 AM   #10014
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@ vera susa

Is there any chance you could post in bigger print and use more colours? I'm having difficulty reading your posts.

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Old 03-12-2008, 10:19 AM   #10015
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Fawcett = tap. Information leak?

Tap leaking?

Fits in nicely with Tintin's Venice under water threads...

Britney Spears? Spears come back! Lance Armstrong come back!

Spears come back.

Lance come back.

http://espn.go.com/media/pg2/2001/07...r_lance_sp.jpg
Spear of Destiny

Holy Lance


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spear_of_Destiny

Sorry about the size, but the detail is important...


Jesus' side is pierced
with a spear,
Fra Angelico (c. 1440),
Dominican monastery of
San Marco, Florence.





Wikipedia:Recent additions

things that fit a current currant...


... that Holy Trinity Church, Guildford served as pro-cathedral of the Diocese of Guildford until the consecration of the current cathedral?

... that the Royal Australian Navy
auxiliary patrol boat HMAS Vigilant
was the first aluminium ship built in Australia?




And this is ALL ... MY ... BALLARAT...
On this day...

December 3: International Day of Disabled Persons
( .... 55 40 ... red breast cock killer ... B & B ...
BALLARAT home of EUREKA FLAG,

and
)


Mars Polar Lander


* 1800 – War of the Second Coalition:
French forces under General Jean Moreau
defeated the Austrians and Bavarians
under Archduke John in Hohenlinden,
near Munich, forcing the Austrians to sign an armistice.

* 1854 – At least 22 people were killed and 35 others were injured when rebelling miners at the Eureka Stockade clashed violently with the police and the military in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.

* 1967 – Cardiac surgeon Christiaan Barnard performed the first successful
human heanrt transplant on Louis Washkansky at Groote Schuur
Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa.

* 1984 – Bhopal gas disaster: The accidental release of methyl isocyanate over Bhopal, India,
resulted in at least 20,000 total deaths and affected over 120,000 others in one of the world's worst
industrial disasters.

* 1999 – NASA lost contact with the Mars Polar Lander (artist's impression pictured)
moments before it reached the atmosphere of Mars and disappeared.



MARS IBM BRACKS CARS TIMOR CATHOLIC PELL POPE
LANGUAGES MEDICINE EDUCATION ARTS TITANIC
HEADS ROYALS WAR and so much more...



Irving Brown
The Most Dangerous Man
Monday, Mar. 17, 1952

http://www.time.com/time/magazine/ar...6103-1,00.html


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MADONNA&EVA PERON again:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...med-Evita.html
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What's Madonna been wearing recently?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/ar...right-now.html

Robin Hood?

Skulls?

Pink?
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@ vera susa

Is there any chance you could post in bigger print and use more colours? I'm having difficulty reading your posts.

Thanks.

I use the COLOURS & COMPOSITION for a reason,
they have their own "language"...
but currently have little control over posts
(composition and content), as they keep
"changing in the ether" ...
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American folk music legend Odetta dies at 77

NEW YORK - Odetta, the folk singer with the powerful voice who moved audiences and influenced fellow musicians for a half-century, has died. She was 77.

Odetta died Tuesday of heart disease at Lenox Hill Hospital, said her manager of 12 years, Doug Yeager. She was admitted to the hospital with kidney failure about three weeks ago, he said.

In spite of failing health that caused her to use a wheelchair, Odetta performed 60 concerts in the last two years, singing for 90 minutes at a time. Her singing ability never diminished, Yeager said.

"The power would just come out of her like people wouldn't believe," he said.

With her booming, classically trained voice and spare guitar, Odetta gave life to the songs by workingmen and slaves, farmers and miners, housewives and washerwomen, blacks and whites.

First coming to prominence in the 1950s, she influenced Harry Belafonte, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and other singers who had roots in the folk music boom.

An Odetta record on the turntable, listeners could close their eyes and imagine themselves hearing the sounds of spirituals and blues as they rang out from a weathered back porch or around a long-vanished campfire a century before.

"What distinguished her from the start was the meticulous care with which she tried to re-create the feeling of her folk songs; to understand the emotions of a convict in a convict ditty, she once tried breaking up rocks with a sledge hammer," Time magazine wrote in 1960.

"She is a keening Irishwoman in 'Foggy Dew,' a chain-gang convict in 'Take This Hammer,' a deserted lover in 'Lass from the Low Country,'" Time wrote.

Odetta called on her fellow blacks to "take pride in the history of the American Negro" and was active in the civil rights movement. When she sang at the March on Washington in August 1963, "Odetta's great, full-throated voice carried almost to Capitol Hill," The New York Times wrote.

She was nominated for a 1963 Grammy awards for best folk recording for "Odetta Sings Folk Songs." Two more Grammy nominations came in recent years, for her 1999 "Blues Everywhere I Go" and her 2005 album "Gonna Let It Shine."

In 1999, she was honored with a National Medal of the Arts. Then-President Bill Clinton said her career showed "us all that songs have the power to change the heart and change the world."

"I'm not a real folksinger," she told The Washington Post in 1983. "I don't mind people calling me that, but I'm a musical historian. I'm a city kid who has admired an area and who got into it. I've been fortunate. With folk music, I can do my teaching and preaching, my propagandizing."

Among her notable early works were her 1956 album "Odetta Sings Ballads and Blues," which included such songs as "Muleskinner Blues" and "Jack O' Diamonds"; and her 1957 "At the Gate of Horn," which featured the popular spiritual "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands."

Her 1965 album "Odetta Sings Dylan" included such standards as "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right," "Masters of War" and "The Times They Are A-Changin'."

In a 1978 Playboy interview, Dylan said, "the first thing that turned me on to folk singing was Odetta." He said he found "just something vital and personal" when he heard an early album of hers in a record store as a teenager. "Right then and there, I went out and traded my electric guitar and amplifier for an acoustical guitar," he said.

Belafonte also cited her as a key influence on his hugely successful recording career, and she was a guest singer on his 1960 album, "Belafonte Returns to Carnegie Hall."

She continued to record in recent years; her 2001 album "Looking for a Home (Thanks to Leadbelly)" paid tribute to the great blues singer to whom she was sometimes compared.

Odetta's last big concert was on Oct. 4 at San Francisco's Golden State Park, where she performed in front of tens of thousands at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival, Yeager said. She also performed Oct. 25-26 in Toronto.

Odetta hoped to sing at the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama, though she had not been officially invited, Yeager said.

Born Odetta Holmes in Birmingham, Ala., in 1930, she moved with her family to Los Angeles at age 6. Her father had died when she was young and she took her stepfather's last name, Felious. Hearing her in glee club, a junior high teacher made sure she got music lessons, but Odetta became interested in folk music in her late teens and turned away from classical studies.

She got much of her early experience at the Turnabout Theatre in Los Angeles, where she sang and played occasional stage roles in the early 1950s.

"What power of characterization and projection of mood are hers, even though plainly clad and sitting or standing in half light!" a Los Angeles Times critic wrote in 1955.

Over the years, she picked up occasional acting roles in TV and film. None other than famed Hollywood columnist Hedda Hopper reported in 1961 that she "comes through beautifully" in the film "Sanctuary."

In the Washington Post interview, Odetta theorized that humans developed music and dance because of fear, "fear of God, fear that the sun would not come back, many things. I think it developed as a way of worship or to appease something. ... The world hasn't improved, and so there's always something to sing about."

Odetta is survived by a daughter, Michelle Esrick of New York City, and a son, Boots Jaffre, of Fort Collins, Colo. She was divorced about 40 years ago and never remarried, her manager said.

ODETTA HOLMES, born 31.12.1930 in BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA.
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"changing in the ether" ...
yes I know - t'was a joke really (hence the ) but it does make it more difficult to read - for me anyway. But I'm only one poster here amongst .... well ...... lots.
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