Sunday, April 22, 2012

Mfg Music.


The young gen only gets to listen to sanctioned tunes, the machine slipped up in the 60’s and 70’s the creative’s slipped past the machines radar. So lucky,  great  tunes that taught us how to think, not what to think. Un censored rebellion, the rich were not rich yet.


Back then many players in the game of monopoly,  anyone could win,

Kids today, school, mfg  pop culture, and celebrity worship, you have no chance.  Not even the Teachers know they are owned.

Listen me on here, I will teach you how lie, will teach you how to Boom the Boomers
( look up boom from the flick Couples retreat) If that’s to much work for you replace Boom with fk.

With everyday that goes by I’m more like Kurtz. Diamond tip clarity.

Lenord Cohen
Roger Waters
Bob Dylen

To name a few, kids you don’t know them.

And more importantly every major post I put out has a hidden message that not even the thought police algos   at NSA can unravel.

Be a cold day in hell when software can beat me. I’m it’s God

1 comment:

  1. Retied WI BoomerMay 6, 2012 at 9:43 PM

    Liked comment! You might be a little late though when you say "creative's slipped past the radar. In music it was the mid 50's and later when the independent labels came to the fore with all that Rock N roll, Rockabilly, R&B etc. Look at the charts from the 40's through now. The most wild labels & groups were in the 50's-60' 70' and early 80's. Then the machine re-emerged.. until the internet days. Wow! Free thinking is alive &Y well, but alas hidden by the newest technologies. See you at Gartho's

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