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floating drum

Posted in survival, word-drum with tags on March 21, 2011 by Word-Drum

Two years of this blog and coming on 50,000 hits. It’s not a place where I tell you what I have for breakfast or say too much about my personal and work life. Freedom of Speech sometimes means being anonymous to be free from reprisal (from angry liberals and Islamo-Nazis).

I do get tempted to talk about the liberal I work for who takes all my tips for himself. I could write a story about someone who would do that. I might call him Barack Obama Sr., but if he saw it, he’d know who I’m talking about.

In these times any kind of job is hard to refuse. I’m now floating an offer to work on a cruise ship. But eleven years living and working abroad has taken away all sense of adventure. I would be happy to never leave the US again. But if a new enterprise I’ve started doesn’t work out, I’ll probably have to go to sea. At least I’ll have regular meals and keep my tips.

One of the reasons why I moved to my current location was that it was perfectly positioned for war, natural disaster or economic collapse. This seemed wise with the Demonrat victory of 08.

The bunker is on a hill close to my work and shopping. I can walk or get by with little fuel. It’s close to my small town yet far away from a large city where things will go to hell fast in an emergency. I have fire power and ammo stock. I’m prepared to hunt for food if necessary. There’s game all around the area.

Being stuck on a ship outside of America in an emergency, away from my bunker, brings some trepidation. President Obozo only increases my concern. Anything could happen. I lost my taste for New York City partially for this loss of control in a crisis.

                Today’s forcast for New York City:       

                          Chance of rain and Islamo-Terrorist attack.

Plus, working on a cruise ship is not the same as taking a cruise. They don’t even give me my own cabin.

I learned long ago (the hard way) as a musician, not to accept every gig. Your rights in foreign countries are tenuous. Trouble is not always worth the money even if surviving it makes you stronger…if you survive.

tactics and games

Posted in Islam, Israel, liberals, terrorism, word-drum with tags on April 26, 2010 by Word-Drum

This ex-hipster avoids people. It’s probably just as well, since my latest plan for dealing with liberals is a dangerous game. But I can’t help being around people at work: performing in public as a musician.

Members of the City Council and others who appear on our local Public Access TV Channel, come into where I work. Last weekend, this sweet old lady, who I’ve seen on TV, but never really listened to, was sitting before me, enjoying the show.

Yesterday her Octogernarian Progressive Show was on, so I started listening to it. She had a guest who was trying to get aid into Gaza. It took him a while to say that it was the fault of Israel and The Israeli Lobby that there is suffering in Gaza.

I want to tell her how much I appreciate her show and the views of her guest. The entire Middle-East should be Joden Frei. Why should America prevent the Muslims from getting what they have achieved in every other country in the Middle-East?: Jew-Free Zones. Israel has no right to exist and if the Jews don’t like it, too bad.

Maybe you can see where I’m going with this. It’s sick, but it seems to be the best way to make points with liberals. Agree with them, then show them how sick are their views.

What do think? Will you play too?

dark days

Posted in 9/11, democrats, liberals, military, news and politics, war, word-drum with tags , , , , , , on November 7, 2009 by Word-Drum

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Puggal:

FN 57 pistol was used by Malik Nadal Hassan in shooting at Fort Hood. The gun is a 5.7 millimeter pistol and comes in a version that goes through armor and is only sold to military customers and law enforcement. The gun was likely to be banned in US in 2005 but failed. Now, the question is this How Malik Nadal Hassan get it before attack at Fort Hood?

It is reported that he bought FN 5.7 from an armor store of Kileen months ago. Tonight AP reported

worddrum-48Last night at work reminded me of 9/11. On that fatal day I went to my gig, a private party, and it was canceled. But the next day I had my regular Wednesday night gig. It was so strange because everything seemed normal. I was in a foreign country after all, but I never felt so far away from America.

The terrorist attack on those Army soldiers has been much on my mind. Emptying four 16 round magazines (much like the killer) on my hand-made targets (men with beards and skull caps…they ain’t Rabbis) did nothing to stop the unease brought on by the attack. With what is going on in Washington D.C., the pressure from the Left and the Islamists, this country could explode.

On top of everything last night our performance was filmed and recorded. So I have to carry on, but how does the Army do it today? I can only pray they clean house and protect our finest from Political Correctness. It’s a killer.

The brave people in the Military can mostly handle war and death. For the rest of us, the horror is almost unbearable. The jihadis love it, the liberals don’t understand it. God Bless the hero, Police Sergeant Kimberly Munley, and the wounded.

Lord, if You are reading this, please also bless the Republicans in Congress. They are fighting today to save the Republic. (Jews pray on Saturday)

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half a loser

Posted in word-drum with tags , , , on October 23, 2009 by Word-Drum

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Ever feel like Adam Sandler in a Adam Sandler movie?

It’s the weekend again and most folks are relaxing. Except for our men and women in theater and emergency docs, It’s Friday Night in America.

That’s when I go to work. I work when you play (or my Orthodox friends pray). Thankfully my work is also play and easy as hell. Not that you could do it, but for me it’s easy.

Adam Sandler only worked one day a week in the movie. He was a loser. I work two days a week, sometimes more. Don’t kill me.

stupid-people I’d be working more if those evil rich people would throw more partys. Maybe they don’t feel like celebrating since they are marked for extinction. They might of liked to have some good jazz and could appreciate The Standards. I’m booked at the White House but that’s only one gig. It’s in 2020.

(I know, the math) The Obama’s might then be the only rich people left in this country. They will be flush with the new currency: The Obamo. The Euro will be much stronger but it won’t matter… the liberals made an “historic” choice.

how long has this been going on?

Posted in audio, music with tags , , on July 21, 2009 by Word-Drum

jazz_pianonot blogging much this summer. making a record (or a good demo I can use to make a CD for Blue Note Records, or Enja Records, who I have recorded for before). If you listened to what I posted two weeks ago, you have to go back. I’m redoing everything and have a new song I want you to hear.

“How Long Has This Been Going On?”- HERE

And the new arrangement of “Small Hotel.”

demotape: this guy’s good

Posted in audio, music, word-drum with tags , , , on July 7, 2009 by Word-Drum

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                                     Mile High Standards

(“Small Hotel” has a new version and arrangement)

Go HERE and download these songs (for free). Hear some swinging jazz, a funky version of “I’m Always Chasing Rainbows,” and a fresh Latin-Jazz-Rock arrangement of Billie Strayhorn’s “Raincheck.” [songs first posted have been revised]

For the Avant Garde, check out the last song(not part of the CD), a “Free-Hop” improvisation called “government.” I jam with Ronald Reagan on that one.

Mile High Standards (free to download Here)

– “Small Hotel”
– “Raincheck”
– “How Long Has Thias been Going On”
-“Fine and Dandy”
– “I’m Always Chasing Rainbows”
– “Way Down Yonder In New Orleans”
– “When Your Lover Has Gone”
– “Two Sleepy People”
– “government”

All music arranged, performed (vocals, piano, guitar, samples, loops) and recorded by Word-Drum.

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                                        Normally I hate jazz

billy ayres: great job!

Posted in obama era, politics with tags , , , , on March 20, 2009 by Word-Drum

Capitalism has had a good run and it’s time is up. Who knew when the Berlin Wall came down that a generation later Socialism would rule the USA. I tip my hat to Bill Ayers and his merry gang of communists. Together with the Abortion Movement, the Left have stolen the soul of the children through “education.” TV has taken us all into the new era. The wise and wealthy TV liberals have a firm grip on the American people. They made their choice( to relive their radical youth) and the rest of us came along for the ride.

Yesterday I was talking to a hippie friend of mine. He’s from California, so he is somewhat retarded by that. He gets his news from The Comedy Channel like most hippies. We are friendly(he studies music with me) but I can’t be friends with liberals anymore.

We both know it’s best not to discuss politics. All I could say to him after he told me he is against everything I believe in( he knows what that is because Jon Lebowitz and the guy with black shoe polish on his hair, told him conservatives are bad) is to be careful. If it keeps going like this, Patriots(with guns and training) will rise up. I am asking libs if they are ready for it. Not to give them a heads up, but as a warning. I tell them I have not heard a single soldier say he’s ready to fight Obama’s war(against America, Capitalism and the Constitution). And that their side will be slaughtered with their anti-gun and anti-military views.

Guess what, he didn’t listen to me. He made it personal, like I’m the only conservative, and I have a problem. I expected nothing more. If someone can figure out how to unbrainwash those lost to the cult of Liberalism, they aught to write a book. It can’t be done by a conservative. They won’t be listened to. The Zombies are not allowed to do that.

thumbnail4It’s not fair. We right-wingers have to stomach the comments of the Democrat Leaders Pelosi and Reid, and every other boneheaded liberal in the media. Dem voters get to opt out on that and other news not part of the program, like our amazing victory in Iraq. The hippie thinks Harry Reid is a name for a fat joint. But he’s ready to kill the executives from AIG.