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Re: Neil Barker writes for The Times

"ah" <splifing…@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:49e276b2$0$39522$892e0abb@auth.newsreader.octanews.com…

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> MAOgil…@indaal.co.uk wrote:
> > On Apr 10, 3:26 am, Anonymous <cri…@ecn.org> wrote:
> >> "Prostitution isn’t a western import. It’s been around since
> >> before most western countries were even thought of."

> >> – Neil Barker, Photographer, Burton on Trent Burton Mail,
> >> writing in The Times.

> >> http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article2169905.ece

> >> How is Emma coping with all of the competition these days, Neil?

> > I sincerely hope that Neil realises:

> > 1. All his emails are read by the authorities.
> > 2. If he continues snapping pics of bridges, trains, police etc., he
> > will be arrested.
> > 3. He has been logged as a gun freak.
> > 4. If he protests, he wil get the shit beaten out of him by a boy-
> > policeman with no manners. Or worse, by a CPO.

> > I can only pray, for Neil’s sake, that he has no Pakistani friends.
> > However, knowing Neil as I have done for some years, I think this is
> > very unlikely.

> > What *is* likely, however, is that he flips and starts shooting
> > innocent people.

> > The Chief Constable has already been informed of his proclivities,
and
> > he is being monitored.

> E’ needs won of them ankle-bracelet thingies.
> —
> ah

The authorities are not going to hook you two together, "ah"….

It’s "cruel and unusual" punishment to hook a chap to a "Deco-Slurper"
like yourself, Andrew !!

Increase your "meds" before you become a "Seriel Slurper" !!

KHJ

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14 Responses to “Re: Neil Barker writes for The Times”

  1. admin says:

    In rec.arts.poems on Tue, 14 Apr 2009 07:24:34 -0700 (PDT), the

    messenjah <theguyontheb…@veryfast.biz> wrote:
    > I often thought about a trip through Shadowville on the
    > way to Callaway…

    I suspect that Dreckery is neither homosexual nor interested in
    bestiality, tortoiseman. So you’ll have to remain ALONE until you find
    a few dollars to pay to atlas bugged.


    PJR :-)

    <http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/&gt;

  2. admin says:

    In rec.arts.poems on Tue, 14 Apr 2009 07:24:34 -0700 (PDT), the

    messenjah <theguyontheb…@veryfast.biz> wrote:
    > a whiner
    > http://www.chuck-lysaght.info/


    PJR :-)

    <http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/&gt;

  3. admin says:

    In rec.arts.poems on Wed, 15 Apr 2009 06:54:55 -0700 (PDT), the

    messenjah <theguyontheb…@veryfast.biz> wrote:
    > homosexual
    > bestiality
    > http://www.chuck-lysaght.info/

    You sometimes make winning the game too easy to be fun, chuckles.


    PJR :-)

    <http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/&gt;

  4. admin says:

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    the messenjah wrote:
    >Will Dockery wrote:
    > >"m.s.i.f.g." <fuck…@fuckoff.com> wrote:
    > > > "j.k. harvey" wrote:

    > > > > There was this lesbian who liked like to go to bars and get drunk then sit
    > > > > on old men’s laps.

    > > > > She would always pack a camera for the event
    > > > > to prove some kind of power she had over them as they sat there in a
    > > > > glorified dream of a false snapshot.

    > > > > She got the free drinks of course because of this but every time lost a
    > > > > piece of herself.

    > > > > When she cries at night she’ll never know the screams that these men
    > > > > relive over and over and
    > > > > why they’re at the bar with the same stories.

    > > > > I never got involved but just watched hoping that
    > > > > her girlfriend would just show up at her house with a twelve pack and a
    > > > > mirror so she could break her own heart.

    > > > > j.k.

    > > > once in awhile i like the stuff that you read.

    > > > this is one of those times.

    > > > msifg

    > > Yes, JK puts out some good stuff sometimes… so good in fact that
    > > ggamble just had to leave it be, since the one line about the mirror
    > > blows anything Old Gasfly ever /tried/ to write.

    > Gamble is a whiner. Good to see that your music career is taking off
    > quite nicely. I often thought about a trip through Shadowville on the
    > way to Callaway…

    You were at Callaway recently? A few friends of mine did an outdoor
    show near there, at Pine Mountain, last week… lots of sunburn on one
    of the three sunny days in over a month here!

    If you pass through this way, definitely look me up, hopefully it’ll
    be a night with a show or two going on.


    "Crawford Road Crawl" & other new recordings by Will Dockery:
    http://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery

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    > http://www.chuck-lysaght.info/

    > > —
    > > "Corning Town", new song (rough draft) by Will Dockery & Brian
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  5. admin says:

    "Peter J Ross" wrote:
    >the messenjah wrote:

    >>http://www.chuck-lysaght.info

    > How many Amish people waddle to the library every morning to post
    > delusional lies about "hot babes" to their Blaaaarghs?

    > How many Amish people publish their fantasies

    Are you Amish, PJR?

    You sure seem to indulge in endless fantasies here about Chuck et al.


    New Will Dockery song-poems "Crawford Road Crawl", "Rosell" & "Little
    Homeless Clown":
    http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

    Getting the NaPo 09 thread back on topic, which should be /poetry/ and not
    some whining confusion over crossposting, here’s an excerpt from another
    forum where the discussion turned to two of the best, Dylan Thomas & Rod
    McKuen:

    "I’ve had eighteen straight whiskeys. I think that’s a record." -Dylan
    Thomas (allegedly his last words)

    I really got into Thomas down in Saint Augustine, when I was staying down
    there with Dan Barfield in the 1990. Oddly, two books of his I carried
    around from Dan’s bookshelf were Dylan Thomas Collected and… Rod Mckuen’s
    Listen to the Warm. …  Read MoreYeah, Thomas, praised to the sky, and
    McKuen, sneered at by academics (but loved by Frank Sinatra!), make an
    interesting combination reading, and both have a lasting influence on me, my
    poems being a combination of garbled darkness and sappy tearjerkers.
    McKuen’s "A Cat Named Sloopy" I could read again anytime. My favorite Thomas
    poem is "Altarwise by Owl-Light", packed with images, it has to be read a
    dozen times, under various intoxicating substances, to begin to get to the
    core of… at least for me it did.

    Cutting some blather, too much coffee today, but yeah Rod’s still going
    pretty strong, it seems:

    http://www.mckuen.com/index.htm

  6. admin says:

    In rec.arts.poems on Sun, 19 Apr 2009 18:05:24 -0400, Will Dockery

    <shadowvi…@knology.net> wrote:
    > Are you Amish, PJR?

    No.

    Do you fancy Amish men, Dreckery?


    PJR :-)

    <http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/&gt;

  7. admin says:

    Peter J Ross wrote:

    > Do you fancy Amish men, Dreckery?

    I have to actually meet someone before I "fancy" someone, Pete. How
    about you?


    New Will Dockery song-poems "Crawford Road Crawl", "Rosell" & "Little
    Homeless Clown":
    http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

    April 18th 2009 photos:
    http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=104136&id=620409362&l=73dc105167

  8. admin says:

    On 22-Apr-2009, the messenjah <theguyontheb…@veryfast.biz> wrote:

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    >troll who can’t create music, interesting blogs or poetry.

    > http://www.chuck-lysaght.info/

  9. admin says:

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    the messenjah wrote:
    >Will Dockery wrote:

    > > PJR is perhaps mistaking you for Allen Ginsberg or Charles Bukowski,
    > > two poets who write better than he ever will?

    > > Getting this thread back on-topic for poetry, that’s what we created
    > > at Hogbottom, here are a few shots from Sunday’s show:

    > >http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=104136&id=620409362&l=73dc105167

    > > —
    > > Little Homeless Clown and other song-poems by Will Dockery:http://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery

    > Cool… Hogbottom… heh… I think these poetry newsgroup trolls are
    > just jealous of talent… They’re just smug academics who can’t create
    > music, interesting blogs or poetry.

    I met Rock Killough at Hogbottom, he was sitting in a lawn chair near
    his bus, in one of the only sunny sparkling spring days we’ve had this
    year. God truly smiled on us last weekend, because the next day storms
    ripped through and we were lucky nobody was killed.

    Anyway, he was sitting there under a tree (check the photos for a look
    at just how beautiful Hogbottom is, a backdrop for the stage of the
    purest blues and green, all impossible to create from the human brain)
    and I shook his hand, told him that his character Hazel was apparently
    haunting a couple of my songs, and he went into the long story of how
    he wrote "Charlie Loves Hazel In 1893", based on the great plague that
    swept through the south a few years later, leaving entire villages
    deserted… and the big old oak tree where he found that statement
    carved, somewhere in the thickets of Alabama.

    Anyway, yeah, the burn-outs and and wannabes just can’t seem to let
    well enough alone and tinker with their little attempts at verse…
    let ‘em eat barbeque… heh.


    New Will Dockery song-poems "Crawford Road Crawl", "Rosell" & "Little
    Homeless Clown":
    http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

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    > http://www.chuck-lysaght.info/

  10. admin says:

    In rec.arts.poems on Wed, 22 Apr 2009 07:59:00 -0700 (PDT), the

    messenjah <theguyontheb…@veryfast.biz> wrote:
    > just jealous of talent…
    > http://www.chuck-lysaght.info/


    PJR :-)

    <http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/&gt;

  11. admin says:

    Peter J Ross wrote:
    >the messenjah wrote:

    > >> > I have never published fantasies about violent sex with children.

    > >> <http://groups.google.com/group/rec.arts.poems/msg/aa523b0420cea54d&gt;

    > I wasn’t asking you    <slap>

    You made a common mistake and I pointed it out to you, and glad to
    help clear up your confusion:

    Well, you’ve been proven to be a liar often, PJR but in this case it
    looks like you may just be making the common mistake that Karla
    Rogers
    often points out of mistaking the speaker in the poem for the writer
    of the poem.

    And, besides, the poem never mentions anything about "children",
    really.

    Glad to clear up your confusion on this… again.


    New Will Dockery song-poems "Crawford Road Crawl", "Rosell" & "Little
    Homeless Clown":
    http://www.myspace.com/willdockery

  12. admin says:

    In rec.arts.poems on Thu, 23 Apr 2009 12:00:54 -0700 (PDT), Will

    Dockery <will.dock…@gmail.com> wrote:
    > Peter J Ross wrote:
    >> I wasn’t asking you

    How many times does it have to repeated before you’ll give up
    babbling?


    PJR :-)

    <http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/&gt;

  13. admin says:

    "Peter J Ross" wrote:
    > In rec.arts.poems on Thu, 23 Apr 2009 12:00:54 -0700 (PDT), Will Dockery
    > wrote:
    >> Peter J Ross wrote:

    >>> I wasn’t asking you

    > How many times does it have to repeated

    I made my point, you’ve decided to avoid it, so I’ll take this as a case of
    you going the s.t.f.u. route, PJR.


    "Corning Town" Mp3:
    http://www.myspace.com/shadowvilleallstars

  14. admin says:

    In rec.arts.poems on Thu, 23 Apr 2009 15:34:28 -0400, Will Dockery

    <shadowvi…@knology.net> wrote:
    > "Peter J Ross" wrote:
    >> In rec.arts.poems on Thu, 23 Apr 2009 12:00:54 -0700 (PDT), Will Dockery
    >> wrote:
    >>> Peter J Ross wrote:

    >>>> I wasn’t asking you

    >> How many times does it have to repeated

    Many times, it seems.


    PJR :-)

    <http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/&gt;

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