|36.||Funny as a duck on a cold winters morning|
They had told him to do it. He didn’t know why, but they said he must do it. He didn’t want to, he knew it was wrong, but the way The Beatles said it to him, it seemed alright.more...
He had been banished from his hometown because of The Beatles, why had they told him to do that, and so persuasively too. When they sing it lulls the mind, but The Beatles singing about grave digging! It’s almost unheard of… until now.
He had lived in a small rural town on the outskirts of Bekhistan where sheep lived with dogs and farmers satisfied their hunger with pitchforks instead, what hunger I cannot specify as I am not hungry for anything, except maybe a tar coated earlobe. The town Günter came from had no name in particular; therefore it will be called a small rural town in Bekhistan for copy-write reasons. In Bekhistan he had grown up and when this ‘growing up’ was complete he ate potatoes by the fire and listened to Millwall games, on the wireless of course.
Ringo Star was such a persuasive fellow when you could see him, John Lennon and the rest of ‘The Boysees’, but why he wanted Günter to dig up the graves of animals, libraries and mountain beds alike he did not know. In fact, Günter was not entirely sure he was told to grave dig, as Paul McCartney was satanically chanting “I’m better than John Lennon” throughout most of Ringo Star’s words of geranium-like wisdom.
But why had he been outcast? There had been another before he, who went by the name of Anon-Sandra, yet ...
Born Iosif Visarionovich Dzhugashvili in 1879. His birthplace was a town called Gori in Georgia. Born into crushing poverty, and beaten by his drunken father, he was steered with the help of his stern mother into education at a Seminary during his teens.more...
Here he disovered literature (then banned) by Karl Marx and became influenced by a small group who met secretly to discuss his concepts. From these experiences, being exposed to Marxist ideology, he rejected his religious education and became an atheist and professional revolutionary.
Firstly adopting the pseudonym Koba, a romantic fictional character of Georgian novels he read, he became obsessed with Lenin and the revolutionary movement occurring against the Tsars in Russia.
A bank robber, and ruthless agitator, he spent alot of time in Siberian exile, earning himself a reputation as a committed revolutionary.
Later he changed his pseudonym to Stalin, meaning Man Of Steel, and rose through the ranks of the Bolshevik faction of the Social Democratic Workers Party, although he was not able to fully penetrate the inner intellectual circles of the movement until the Bolsheviks took full power in 1917.
He was never considered a theorist or fellow intellectual by members of the top ranks in the movement, but his genius was demonstrated in the loyalty and influence he had garnered when orgainsing the rank and file of the revolutionary movement. His power base lay firmly in the grass roots. He used this to ga...
the position that you take when you are extremly scared
Your home alone all night for the first time. Last nights newspaper talked about a robber in the city. You walk out in to the kitchen while the floor creeks so loud its hard to hear yourself think. The shadow on the frige looks like a weird old man. Your cat runs through the living room. You get so scared you sit right down in indian style and start to cry.
The inner-city Birmingham of the early Eighties was a tough place for a young black man to grow up. Racial tension exploded in vicious race riots in 1981 and again in 1985. The West Midlands police were regularly accused of over-zealous and heavy-handed behaviour, particularly when it came to the random stop-searching of black youths. There was also an ever-present threat from the far right.more...
It was in this climate that some of the city’s young men began to band together for self-protection. Meeting up in a fast-food restaurant in the Lozells district, the loose-knit group planned to carry out vigilante patrols to protect the community and fight the injustices being overlooked.
One of the founders of this fledgling organisation was fork-lift truck driver Arthur ‘Super D’ Ellis. A good-looking man with the gift of the gab, he had fathered two sons—Nathaniel and Marcus—by the age of 19. His relationship with their mother had ended and by the time Arthur began hanging around with what had been dubbed the Johnson Crew he had moved on to pastures new. His relationship with a pretty girl named Beverley Thomas would also come to an end, but not before she had given him three more children—twins, Charlene and Sophie, and a son, Michael.
As the Johnson Crew grew, so the threat from the far right began to recede. And with unemployment in inner-city Birmingham running at 20 per cent, moving into crime became a way to make a living.
The gang members were very close-knit...
A forceful robbery in which food stuffs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, bacon cheeseburgers etc. are stolen.
Robber: 'dis a Hamburger Jack son! Gimme the mothaf***in'burger!
Purloiner: Excuse me Madam, might I obtain your beef patty sandwich at this time?
|41.||Mexican Firing Squad|
Where traditional firing squads assure the death of the captive, a Mexican Firing Squad is different. It is a strategic blunder, mistake, ill concieved plan, or it can be planned by an itiod in where the prisoner is surrounded by troops with weapons ready to fire, but the armed party is in a circle.
If you do not see where this causes the problem read on or you might find yourself in one someday; a circle is good for ring-around-the-rosey and for pioneers to circle wagons to shoot away from, but to fire in a circle means that a few bullets will go outside of the circle eventually and most likely hit somone on the other end.
The bank robber got away the second time when the Texas State Troopers formed a Mexican Firing Squad and killed eath other letting the 2-bit hood escape.
1.A person, usually of Greek descent, who is exceedingly vain and shallow, and usually becomes enraged and out of control when exposed to alcohol.
2. A man who spends extreme amounts of time grooming himself, and usually exhibits large, prominent eyebrows and a perfect haircut.
3. A haircut popular among school-age boys in the United States, usually exhibiting a small "ski-slope" shape in the front.
4. A name for a person who resembles the characters "Bert and Ernie" on the popular children's show called "Seasame Street."
5. A situation that makes one feel stupid or ridiculous. "Oh no, I just pulled a Loria!"
5. Also see: pervert, child-molester, cradle-robber
"That guy plucks his eyebrows so much, you would think he was Loria."
"Who is that guy dating your 12 year old sister?" "Oh, that's Loria!"
"Wow, that guy really cannot hold his liquor...he must be Loria."
"Did you hear? The police have just posted a warning on Sex Offender.com to watch our children. Loria just moved into our neighborhood!"