Discussion:
The Spy For Hire concert mystery
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Will Dockery
2008-08-11 03:32:37 UTC
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On Aug 10, 3:25 pm, "Orson Wells as CitizenCain" wrote:
> "Will Dockery" wrote
>
> news:15ba8d62-f041-4ca1-92ce-***@m73g2000hsh.googlegroups.com...
>
> > > "piedpiper" wrote...
> > >>pdw wrote...
>
> > >> > Furthermore, you owe me a 50-foot drop cord (lime green) and
> > >> > about 8 gallons of gasoline which you have still not reimbursed me
> > >> > for
>
> > >> I don't owe you shit. When we went to Atlanta, which I
> > >> assume is what you are talking about because you have a problem with
> > > specifics, when we left, you had no gas...you were on empty. I kept
> > > putting
> > > gas in you gas guzzler and we made it back. There was no agreeement for
> > > you
> > > to make any profit, id est: 8 gallons of gas. Furthermore, this is the
> > > first I have heard of my alledgedly
> > >> owing you anything for gas.
>
> > > This, I assume, was the trip to Atlanta to the Spy For Hire concert...
> > > never
> > > did get any details on how that went, since I wasn't hanging around
> > > during
> > > that period. Were any photos taken at that show?
>
> > > How about the full story on that mysterious trip y'all made, in what,
> > > March?
>
> > Frustrated because someone decided they didn't want to spend time with a
>
> Not at all, just reminding them that less than six months ago they
> were the best of friends.
>
> I wasn't around at the time because
>
> ...you were drunk and high?
> ...spending time in prison?

No, first off, I was working that night at Parnello's Pizza.

Secondly, the man who was driving himself and Gene around, P.D.
Wilson, had just recently sent about a dozen emails with fantasies and
outright threats to my life, which Gene Woolfolk knew about but chose
to hang with anyhow.

Here's some excerpts, as PDW says, for the record, and plus for him
since he doesn't seem to remember them. I also state that we've since
buried the hatchet and he's apologized for the trauma that was caused
during those months , and he's given me permission to post this -

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: paul d wilson
Date: Nov 25, 2007 4:20 PM

this is not a poem
and i apologize for the melodrama
unfortunately, it is my life
as it has been for way too long now

[...]

Will Dockery tells me
some of what he told you
i don't like it
he lied to you about me
and i am going to have to

okay, i'm not sure yet what i'm going to have to do
but i'm going to have to do something, i know

[...]

I should have killed him
20 years ago - I would be out of prison by now
and he deserved to die, as he still does,
several times over
for the lives he has destroyed

my life now is forfeit
because i failed to to what was needed
to protect those i loved
and will gloats
endlessly

laughing at me as i
stumble towards my grave
agian and again

[...]

She herself was going to kill him herself
and again I saved his life
fool that I am

In short, you should know that Will Dockery is not my friend
and I suspect he never has been
I know beyond all doubt at this point

[...]

now i just want the misery to end
and despite smoking, drinking and taking drugs for 33 years now
i'm healthy as a horse

[...]

I have to ask: Did Will put you up to this?
Is it that you've been working together the whole time?
Is he supplying some addiction you have?
Or blackmailing you in some way?

[...]

but he will suffer less if you are honest with me
on this point

[...]

i suspect i have some
resources he is not aware of - we shall see
("Peace. Or Else." is not a joke, either)

----

Anyway, that's why I wasn't palling around with P.D. Wilson and Gene
Woolfolk that night, since you asked.

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Orson Wells as CitizenCain
2008-08-11 04:19:20 UTC
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"Will Dockery" <***@gmail.com> wrote in message
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On Aug 10, 3:25 pm, "Orson Wells as CitizenCain" wrote:
> "Will Dockery" wrote
>
> news:15ba8d62-f041-4ca1-92ce-***@m73g2000hsh.googlegroups.com...
>
> > > "piedpiper" wrote...
> > >>pdw wrote...
>
> > >> > Furthermore, you owe me a 50-foot drop cord (lime green) and
> > >> > about 8 gallons of gasoline which you have still not reimbursed me
> > >> > for
>
> > >> I don't owe you shit. When we went to Atlanta, which I
> > >> assume is what you are talking about because you have a problem with
> > > specifics, when we left, you had no gas...you were on empty. I kept
> > > putting
> > > gas in you gas guzzler and we made it back. There was no agreeement
> > > for
> > > you
> > > to make any profit, id est: 8 gallons of gas. Furthermore, this is the
> > > first I have heard of my alledgedly
> > >> owing you anything for gas.
>
> > > This, I assume, was the trip to Atlanta to the Spy For Hire concert...
> > > never
> > > did get any details on how that went, since I wasn't hanging around
> > > during
> > > that period. Were any photos taken at that show?
>
> > > How about the full story on that mysterious trip y'all made, in what,
> > > March?
>
> > Frustrated because someone decided they didn't want to spend time with a
>
> Not at all, just reminding them that less than six months ago they
> were the best of friends.
>
> I wasn't around at the time because
>
> ...you were drunk and high?
> ...spending time in prison?

No, first off, I was working that night at Parnello's Pizza


Big fuckin' surprise. A pizza boy is all you'll ever be, Duckery.

"Pizza delivery for...I.C. Weiner!"

(when you get to the future, remind them to laugh at you)
Will Dockery
2008-08-11 06:28:34 UTC
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On Aug 11, 12:19 am, "Orson Wells as CitizenCain" wrote:
>
> "Will Dockery" posted PDW's death threats for the archives:
>
> news:13bbbbbb-45ae-4a56-859b-***@i76g2000hsf.googlegroups.com...
>
> >news:15ba8d62-f041-4ca1-92ce-***@m73g2000hsh.googlegroups.com...
>
> > > > "piedpiper" wrote...
> > > >>pdw wrote...
>
> > > >> > Furthermore, you owe me a 50-foot drop cord (lime green) and
> > > >> > about 8 gallons of gasoline which you have still not reimbursed me
> > > >> > for
>
> > > >> I don't owe you shit. When we went to Atlanta, which I
> > > >> assume is what you are talking about because you have a problem with
> > > > specifics, when we left, you had no gas...you were on empty. I kept
> > > > putting
> > > > gas in you gas guzzler and we made it back. There was no agreeement
> > > > for you
> > > > to make any profit, id est: 8 gallons of gas. Furthermore, this is the
> > > > first I have heard of my alledgedly
> > > >> owing you anything for gas.
>
> > > > This, I assume, was the trip to Atlanta to the Spy For Hire concert...
> > > > never
> > > > did get any details on how that went, since I wasn't hanging around
> > > > during
> > > > that period. Were any photos taken at that show?
>
> > > > How about the full story on that mysterious trip y'all made, in what,
> > > > March?
>
> > I wasn't around at the time because I was working that night at Parnello's Pizza
>
> Big fuckin' surprise.  

It shouldn't be, I've been there for years.

--
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http://www.myspace.com/shadowvilleallstars
Will Dockery
2009-01-16 09:05:24 UTC
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Living on Borrowed Dues

She's got the travelling shoes
nothing else to lose
So much of nothing to choose
living on borrowed dues.

She's gonna run away
find a carnival somehow someway.
Or a cabin on a hill
hellbent on chasing a brand new thrill.

She's so disbelieving
thank God she's leaving.
Only the crows know where she flies
building a nest of brand new lies.

She's on a southbound train
on a trip to find her brains.
Under her hat she's been told again
tears like rain chased by her pain.

She's got the travelling shoes
nothing else to lose
So much of nothing to choose
living on borrowed dues.

Words: Will Dockery
Music: Henry Conley & Tripp Wrigley
© 1-15-2009

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Orsen Wells w/Citizen Cain
2009-01-17 02:35:34 UTC
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"Will Dockery" <will-dockery-***@knology.net> wrote in message
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> She's gonna run away


I would say any woman who doesn't run away from you is either blind or has a
penis
Rob Evans
2009-01-17 21:12:40 UTC
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"Will Dockery" <will-dockery-***@knology.net> wrote in message
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> Living on Borrowed Dues
>
> She's got the travelling shoes
> nothing else to lose
> So much of nothing to choose
> living on borrowed dues.
>
> She's gonna run away
> find a carnival somehow someway.
> Or a cabin on a hill
> hellbent on chasing a brand new thrill.
>
> She's so disbelieving
> thank God she's leaving.
> Only the crows know where she flies
> building a nest of brand new lies.
>
> She's on a southbound train
> on a trip to find her brains.
> Under her hat she's been told again
> tears like rain chased by her pain.
>
> She's got the travelling shoes
> nothing else to lose
> So much of nothing to choose
> living on borrowed dues.
>
Rhyme scheme.

Lazy.

Duckrish.

Rob
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Will Dockery
2009-01-17 21:33:49 UTC
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"Rob Evans" wrote:
> "Will Dockery" wrote:
>
> > Living on Borrowed Dues
> >
> > She's got the travelling shoes
> > nothing else to lose
> > So much of nothing to choose
> > living on borrowed dues.
> >
> > She's gonna run away
> > find a carnival somehow someway.
> > Or a cabin on a hill
> > hellbent on chasing a brand new thrill.
> >
> > She's so disbelieving
> > thank God she's leaving.
> > Only the crows know where she flies
> > building a nest of brand new lies.
> >
> > She's on a southbound train
> > on a trip to find her brains.
> > Under her hat she's been told again
> > tears like rain chased by her pain.
> >
> > She's got the travelling shoes
> > nothing else to lose
> > So much of nothing to choose
> > living on borrowed dues.
> >
> Rhyme scheme.
>
> Lazy.
>
> Duckrish.

Are you saying my rhyme scheme is lazy, or that you're too lazy to write
complete sentences?

Get some rest, pal, we want you here for many years to come!

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Rob Evans
2009-01-18 11:57:43 UTC
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"Will Dockery" <will-dockery-***@knology.net> wrote in message
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>
> "Rob Evans" wrote:
>> "Will Dockery" wrote:
>>
>> > Living on Borrowed Dues
>> >
>> > She's got the travelling shoes
>> > nothing else to lose
>> > So much of nothing to choose
>> > living on borrowed dues.
>> >
>> > She's gonna run away
>> > find a carnival somehow someway.
>> > Or a cabin on a hill
>> > hellbent on chasing a brand new thrill.
>> >
>> > She's so disbelieving
>> > thank God she's leaving.
>> > Only the crows know where she flies
>> > building a nest of brand new lies.
>> >
>> > She's on a southbound train
>> > on a trip to find her brains.
>> > Under her hat she's been told again
>> > tears like rain chased by her pain.
>> >
>> > She's got the travelling shoes
>> > nothing else to lose
>> > So much of nothing to choose
>> > living on borrowed dues.
>> >
>> Rhyme scheme.
>>
>> Lazy.
>>
>> Duckrish.
>
> Are you saying my rhyme scheme is lazy, or that you're too lazy to write
> complete sentences?
>
> Get some rest, pal, we want you here for many years to come!
>
You're a fat smoker.

"We" statistically have a good chance of not having you here for many years
to come.

And the average quality of poetry here will double immediately (even
allowing for George churning out some execrable eulogy).

Rob
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Will Dockery
2009-01-18 16:19:51 UTC
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"Rob Evans" wrote:
> "Will Dockery" wrote:
> > "Rob Evans" wrote:
> >> "Will Dockery" wrote:
>
> >> > Living on Borrowed Dues
> >> >
> >> > She's got the travelling shoes
> >> > nothing else to lose
> >> > So much of nothing to choose
> >> > living on borrowed dues.
> >> >
> >> > She's gonna run away
> >> > find a carnival somehow someway.
> >> > Or a cabin on a hill
> >> > hellbent on chasing a brand new thrill.
> >> >
> >> > She's so disbelieving
> >> > thank God she's leaving.
> >> > Only the crows know where she flies
> >> > building a nest of brand new lies.
> >> >
> >> > She's on a southbound train
> >> > on a trip to find her brains.
> >> > Under her hat she's been told again
> >> > tears like rain chased by her pain.
> >> >
> >> > She's got the travelling shoes
> >> > nothing else to lose
> >> > So much of nothing to choose
> >> > living on borrowed dues.
> >> >
> >> > -Will Dockery
>
> You're a fat smoker:

http://tinyurl.com/8o48l7

So, we're back to personal insults based on appearance, already? We're well
aware that you appear to have some serious problems in that department,
yourself:

http://tinyurl.com/6uhuj2

Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have dealt you,
Rob.

> "We" statistically have a good chance of not having you here for many
years
> to come.

Sure, anything's possible... keep hoping, maybe you'll live long enough to
see your fantasies of my death come true.

Or not.

> And the average quality of poetry here will double immediately

The poetry here has been improving already lately, as have the comments and
critique... less and less of the one-liner insults you obviously favor.
Looks like you're still up to filling in the gaps there, though.

Who knows, maybe you'll even write something that isn't a dreary piece of
"chopped-up-prose" after I'm gone, since perhaps you'll be able to focus on
something else besides "Will Dockery". As it stands now, though, without me
you'd have nothing to post about at all.

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Rob Evans
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"Will Dockery" <will-dockery-***@knology.net> wrote in message
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>
> "Rob Evans" wrote:
>> "Will Dockery" wrote:
>> > "Rob Evans" wrote:
>> >> "Will Dockery" wrote:
>>
>> >> > Living on Borrowed Dues
>> >> >
>> >> > She's got the travelling shoes
>> >> > nothing else to lose
>> >> > So much of nothing to choose
>> >> > living on borrowed dues.
>> >> >
>> >> > She's gonna run away
>> >> > find a carnival somehow someway.
>> >> > Or a cabin on a hill
>> >> > hellbent on chasing a brand new thrill.
>> >> >
>> >> > She's so disbelieving
>> >> > thank God she's leaving.
>> >> > Only the crows know where she flies
>> >> > building a nest of brand new lies.
>> >> >
>> >> > She's on a southbound train
>> >> > on a trip to find her brains.
>> >> > Under her hat she's been told again
>> >> > tears like rain chased by her pain.
>> >> >
>> >> > She's got the travelling shoes
>> >> > nothing else to lose
>> >> > So much of nothing to choose
>> >> > living on borrowed dues.
>> >> >
>> >> > -Will Dockery
>>
>> You're a fat smoker:
>
> http://tinyurl.com/8o48l7
>
> So, we're back to personal insults based on appearance, already? We're
> well
> aware that you appear to have some serious problems in that department,
> yourself:

You are overweight.

You smoke.

Only in Duckrish do two statements of fact constitute insults.
>
> http://tinyurl.com/6uhuj2
>
> Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have dealt
> you,
> Rob.
>
>> "We" statistically have a good chance of not having you here for many
> years
>> to come.
>
> Sure, anything's possible... keep hoping, maybe you'll live long enough to
> see your fantasies of my death come true.

For a narcissist like you everything is about fantasies.
>
> Or not.
>
>> And the average quality of poetry here will double immediately
>
> The poetry here has been improving already lately, as have the comments
> and
> critique... less and less of the one-liner insults you obviously favor.
> Looks like you're still up to filling in the gaps there, though.

I'm up to stepping in them carefully. It's so difficult to clean
unspeakable shit from one's shoes.

Rob

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Will Dockery
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"Rob Evans" wrote:
> "Will Dockery" wrote:
>> "Rob Evans" wrote:
>>> "Will Dockery" wrote:
>
> >> >> > Living on Borrowed Dues
> >> >> >
> >> >> > She's got the travelling shoes
> >> >> > nothing else to lose
> >> >> > So much of nothing to choose
> >> >> > living on borrowed dues.
> >> >> >
> >> >> > She's gonna run away
> >> >> > find a carnival somehow someway.
> >> >> > Or a cabin on a hill
> >> >> > hellbent on chasing a brand new thrill.
> >> >> >
> >> >> > She's so disbelieving
> >> >> > thank God she's leaving.
> >> >> > Only the crows know where she flies
> >> >> > building a nest of brand new lies.
> >> >> >
> >> >> > She's on a southbound train
> >> >> > on a trip to find her brains.
> >> >> > Under her hat she's been told again
> >> >> > tears like rain chased by her pain.
> >> >> >
> >> >> > She's got the travelling shoes
> >> >> > nothing else to lose
> >> >> > So much of nothing to choose
> >> >> > living on borrowed dues.
> >> >> >
> >> >> > -Will Dockery
> >>
> >> You're a fat smoker:
> >
> > http://tinyurl.com/8o48l7
> >
> > So, we're back to personal insults based on appearance, already? We're
well
> > aware that you appear to have some serious problems in that department,
> > yourself:
>
> > http://tinyurl.com/6uhuj2
> >
> > Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have dealt
you, Rob.
> >
> >> "We" statistically have a good chance of not having you here for many
years to come.
> >
> > Sure, anything's possible... keep hoping, maybe you'll live long enough
to
> > see your fantasies of my death come true.
>
> For a narcissist like you everything is about fantasies.

Well, I see you and your pals indulge in them about me on a daily basis,
that's for sure.

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Rob Evans
2009-02-10 07:47:55 UTC
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Our Resident King Dumbass escaped his time warp to squit
>> >
>> > Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have dealt
> you, Rob.

Could have been worse - I might have been a redneck, idle, shit-scribbler in
Hicksville Georgia who never went anywhere and never achieved anything.
>> >
>> >> "We" statistically have a good chance of not having you here for many
> years to come.
>> >
>> > Sure, anything's possible... keep hoping, maybe you'll live long enough
> to
>> > see your fantasies of my death come true.
>>
>> For a narcissist like you everything is about fantasies.
>
> Well, I see you and your pals indulge in them about me on a daily basis,
> that's for sure.
>
You post 10 times as much on a daily basis as anyone else, my little driven
Duck.

Because it's ALL about you.

Trouble is, like your "art" it's ALL unspeakable shit.

Rob

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Will Dockery
2009-02-10 12:30:51 UTC
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"Rob Evans" <***@spew.com> wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> >> > Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have dealt
> > you, Rob.
>
> Could have been worse -

Not by much, Mushmouth:

http://tinyurl.com/6uhuj2

Chin up, old chap... but perhaps you should wipe the drool off it,
first.

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Rob Evans
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Our Resident King Dumbass squits

>>
>> >> > Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have
>> >> > dealt
>> > you, Rob.
>>
>> Could have been worse -
>
> Not by much, Mushmouth:

By lots actually , lardarse - nobody would want to waddle a bumpkinbrush
country mile in your shoes
>
Rob


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Will Dockery
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Tonight, at the Strutting Duck in Auburn Alabama (Wire Road exit off I-85)
I'll be there with Henry Conley & Friends for what we're told is the most
hopping night in the area, hope you'll join us, after 9pm---

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"Ozone Stigmata", by Will Dockery & Henry Conley, guest mandolinist, Brian
Fowler:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxfl_7KvFcc

> > >> >> > Living on Borrowed Dues
> > >> >> >
> > >> >> > She's got the travelling shoes
> > >> >> > nothing else to lose
> > >> >> > So much of nothing to choose
> > >> >> > living on borrowed dues.
> > >> >> >
> > >> >> > She's gonna run away
> > >> >> > find a carnival somehow someway.
> > >> >> > Or a cabin on a hill
> > >> >> > hellbent on chasing a brand new thrill.
> > >> >> >
> > >> >> > She's so disbelieving
> > >> >> > thank God she's leaving.
> > >> >> > Only the crows know where she flies
> > >> >> > building a nest of brand new lies.
> > >> >> >
> > >> >> > She's on a southbound train
> > >> >> > on a trip to find her brains.
> > >> >> > Under her hat she's been told again
> > >> >> > tears like rain chased by her pain.
> > >> >> >
> > >> >> > She's got the travelling shoes
> > >> >> > nothing else to lose
> > >> >> > So much of nothing to choose
> > >> >> > living on borrowed dues.
> > >> >> >
> > >> >> > -Will Dockery
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"Will Dockery Tonight, at the Strutting Duck

and totally without a sense of irony.

Too, too delicious.

Rob


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"Will Dockery" <***@knology.net> ha scritto nel messaggio
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> Tonight, at the Strutting Duck in Auburn Alabama (Wire Road exit off I-85)
> I'll be there with Henry Conley & Friends for what we're told is the most
> hopping night in the area, hope you'll join us, after 9pm---
>
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> allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344"></embed></object>
>
> "Ozone Stigmata", by Will Dockery & Henry Conley, guest mandolinist, Brian
> Fowler:
>
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxfl_7KvFcc
>
>> > >> >> > Living on Borrowed Dues
>> > >> >> >
>> > >> >> > She's got the travelling shoes
>> > >> >> > nothing else to lose
>> > >> >> > So much of nothing to choose
>> > >> >> > living on borrowed dues.
>> > >> >> >
>> > >> >> > She's gonna run away
>> > >> >> > find a carnival somehow someway.
>> > >> >> > Or a cabin on a hill
>> > >> >> > hellbent on chasing a brand new thrill.
>> > >> >> >
>> > >> >> > She's so disbelieving
>> > >> >> > thank God she's leaving.
>> > >> >> > Only the crows know where she flies
>> > >> >> > building a nest of brand new lies.
>> > >> >> >
>> > >> >> > She's on a southbound train
>> > >> >> > on a trip to find her brains.
>> > >> >> > Under her hat she's been told again
>> > >> >> > tears like rain chased by her pain.
>> > >> >> >
>> > >> >> > She's got the travelling shoes
>> > >> >> > nothing else to lose
>> > >> >> > So much of nothing to choose
>> > >> >> > living on borrowed dues.
>> > >> >> >
>> > >> >> > -Will Dockery
>
>
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"Will Dockery" <will-dockery-***@knology.net> wrote in message
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>
> "Rob Evans" wrote:
>> "Will Dockery" wrote:
>> > "Rob Evans" wrote:
>> >> "Will Dockery" wrote:
>>
>> >> > Living on Borrowed Dues
>> >> >
>> >> > She's got the travelling shoes
>> >> > nothing else to lose
>> >> > So much of nothing to choose
>> >> > living on borrowed dues.
>> >> >
>> >> > She's gonna run away
>> >> > find a carnival somehow someway.
>> >> > Or a cabin on a hill
>> >> > hellbent on chasing a brand new thrill.
>> >> >
>> >> > She's so disbelieving
>> >> > thank God she's leaving.
>> >> > Only the crows know where she flies
>> >> > building a nest of brand new lies.
>> >> >
>> >> > She's on a southbound train
>> >> > on a trip to find her brains.
>> >> > Under her hat she's been told again
>> >> > tears like rain chased by her pain.
>> >> >
>> >> > She's got the travelling shoes
>> >> > nothing else to lose
>> >> > So much of nothing to choose
>> >> > living on borrowed dues.
>> >> >
>> >> > -Will Dockery
>>
>> You're a fat smoker:
>
> http://tinyurl.com/8o48l7
>
> So, we're back to personal insults based on appearance, already? We're
> well
> aware that you appear to have some serious problems in that department,
> yourself:
>
> http://tinyurl.com/6uhuj2'



As if you're some kind of fuckin' king, Duckery? You look like you got your
head stuck in a toilet and fell into a basket of dirty laundry coming out,
then proceeded to change into whatever you found on the top of the pile.
Stop being such a hypocrite, you ugly, unwashed, uneducated, clueless,
fucked-up twit.



>
> Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have dealt
> you,
> Rob.



The difference is that nobody will ever have sympathies for you, pizza boy.
Will Dockery
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"Rob Evans" <***@whistle-lisp.com> wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> > Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have dealt you, Rob:
>
> >http://tinyurl.com/6uhuj2
>
> > Chin up, old chap... but perhaps you should wipe the drool off it,
> > first, Mushmouth.
>
> Why? Did you accidentally spill <slap>

Not at all, pal. It's apparently some of the same gunk that turned
your teeth brown, though.

--
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Living on Borrowed Dues
>
> > She's got the travelling shoes
> > nothing else to lose
> > So much of nothing to choose
> > living on borrowed dues.
>
> > She's gonna run away
> > find a carnival somehow someway.
> > Or a cabin on a hill
> > hellbent on chasing a brand new thrill.
>
> > She's so disbelieving
> > thank God she's leaving.
> > Only the crows know where she flies
> > building a nest of brand new lies.
>
> > She's on a southbound train
> > on a trip to find her brains.
> > Under her hat she's been told again
> > tears like rain chased by her pain.
>
> > She's got the travelling shoes
> > nothing else to lose
> > So much of nothing to choose
> > living on borrowed dues.
>
> > -Will Dockery
Rob Evans
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"Will Dockery" <***@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> "Rob Evans" <***@whistle-lisp.com> wrote:
>>Will Dockery wrote:
>>
>> > Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have dealt
>> > you, Rob:
>>
>> >http://tinyurl.com/6uhuj2
>>
>> > Chin up, old chap... but perhaps you should wipe the drool off it,
>> > first, Mushmouth.
>>
>> Why? Did you accidentally spill <slap>
>
> Not at all, pal. It's apparently some of the same gunk that turned
> your teeth brown, though.
>
Is that what you think?

Think - heh - the irony.

Or did you accidentally spill some of your "poetry" over my picture? You
visit it a lot, I know.

Poor Duck. The horror of unsnip.

Rob


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Will Dockery
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"Rob Evans" <***@whistle-lisp.com> wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> >> > Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have dealt you, Rob:
>
> >> >http://tinyurl.com/6uhuj2
>
> >> > Chin up, old chap... but perhaps you should wipe the drool off it,
> >> > first, Mushmouth.
>
> >> Why?  Did you accidentally spill <slap>
>
> > Not at all, pal. It's apparently some of the same gunk that turned
> > your teeth brown, though.
>
> Is that what you think?

Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob.

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Rob Evans
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OurbResident King Dumbass tried to change reality but...
>
> >> > Chin up, old chap... but perhaps you should wipe the drool off it,
> >> > first, Mushmouth.
>
> >> Why? Did you accidentally spill <slap>

Nice try!

>
> Is that what you think?

Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob.

> Not at all, pal. It's apparently some of the same gunk that turned
> your teeth brown, though.
>
Is that what you think?

You mean you DID accidentally spill some of your "poetry" over my picture?
You
visit it a lot, I know.

Poor Duck. The continuing horror of unsnip.

Rob


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"Rob Evans" <***@mushmouth.com> wrote
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> > >> > Chin up, old chap... but perhaps you should wipe the drool off it,
> > >> > first, Mushmouth.
> >
> > >> Why? Did you accidentally spill <slap>
>
> Nice try!

Likewise, Mushmouth, but you accidentally snipped:

"...Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have dealt
you, Rob:

http://tinyurl.com/6uhuj2

Chin up, old chap... but perhaps you should wipe the drool off it, first,
Mushmouth..."

No charge for the reality check, Rob.

> > Is that what you think?
>
> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob.
>
> > Not at all, pal. It's apparently some of the same gunk that turned
> > your teeth brown, though.
> >
> Is that what you think?

Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob.

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>
> "Rob Evans" <***@mushmouth.com> wrote
>>Will Dockery wrote:
>>
>> > >> > Chin up, old chap... but perhaps you should wipe the drool off it,
>> > >> > first, Mushmouth.
>> >
>> > >> Why? Did you accidentally spill <slap>
>>
>> Nice try!
>
> Likewise, Mushmouth, but you accidentally snipped:
>
> "...Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have dealt
> you, Rob:
>
> http://tinyurl.com/6uhuj2
>
> Chin up, old chap... but perhaps you should wipe the drool off it, first,
> Mushmouth..."
>
> No charge for the reality check, Rob.
>
>> > Is that what you think?
>>
>> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob.
>>
>> > Not at all, pal. It's apparently some of the same gunk that turned
>> > your teeth brown, though.
>> >
>> Is that what you think?
>
> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob.
>
Is that what you think?

You mean you DID accidentally spill some of your "poetry" over my picture?
You visit it a lot, I know.

Poor Duck. The continuing horror of unsnip.

Rob
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Will Dockery
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"Rob Evans" <***@mushmouth.com> wrote
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
>> Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have dealt you, Rob:
>
>> http://tinyurl.com/6uhuj2
>
>> Chin up, old chap... but perhaps you should wipe the drool off it, first,
>> Mushmouth..."
>
>> No charge for the reality check, Rob.
>
>>> Is that what you think?
>
>> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob. It's apparently some of the same gunk that turned
>> your teeth brown, though.
>
> Is that what you think?

I've already answered that question... your senility is showing, Rob.

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"Will Dockery" <***@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> "Rob Evans" <***@mushmouth.com> wrote
>>Will Dockery wrote:
>>
>>> Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have dealt
>>> you, Rob:
>>
>>> http://tinyurl.com/6uhuj2
>>
>>> Chin up, old chap... but perhaps you should wipe the drool off it,
>>> first,
>>> Mushmouth..."
>>
>>> No charge for the reality check, Rob.
>>
>>>> Is that what you think?
>>
>>> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob. It's apparently
>>> some of the same gunk that turned
>>> your teeth brown, though.
>>
>> Is that what you think?
>
> I've already answered that question... your senility is showing, Rob.
>
Sorry, I must have missed the part where you said you DID accidentally spill
some of your "poetry" over my picture?

And, of course, "You visit it a lot, I know" was not a question.

Poor Duck. The continuing horror of unsnip.

Rob
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"Rob Evans" <***@mushmouth.com> wrote
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> >>> Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have dealt
> >>> you, Rob:
>
> >>>http://tinyurl.com/6uhuj2
>
> >>> Chin up, old chap... but perhaps you should wipe the drool off it,
> >>> first,
> >>> Mushmouth..."
>
> >>> No charge for the reality check, Rob.
>
> >>>> Is that what you think?
>
> >>> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob. It's apparently
> >>> some of the same gunk that turned your teeth brown, though.
>
> >> Is that what you think?
>
> > I've already answered that question... your senility is showing, Rob.
>
> Sorry, I must have missed the part where you said you DID accidentally spill
> some of your "poetry" over my picture?

Sorry, pal, but your picture was taken before I met you, and is,
unfortunately for you, unaltered.

Your brown teeth, drooling smirk, and shrivelled crone-face are all
apparently real, once again unfortunately for you.

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"Will Dockery" <***@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> "Rob Evans" <***@mushmouth.com> wrote
>>Will Dockery wrote:
>>
>> >>> Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have
>> >>> dealt
>> >>> you, Rob:
>>
>> >>>http://tinyurl.com/6uhuj2
>>
>> >>> Chin up, old chap... but perhaps you should wipe the drool off it,
>> >>> first,
>> >>> Mushmouth..."
>>
>> >>> No charge for the reality check, Rob.
>>
>> >>>> Is that what you think?
>>
>> >>> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob. It's
>> >>> apparently
>> >>> some of the same gunk that turned your teeth brown, though.
>>
>> >> Is that what you think?
>>
>> > I've already answered that question... your senility is showing, Rob.
>>
>> Sorry, I must have missed the part where you said you DID accidentally
>> spill
>> some of your "poetry" over my picture?
>
> Sorry, pal, but your picture was taken before I met you, and is,
> unfortunately for you, unaltered.



One would feel similar pity for you -- if you were worth feeling pity. You
should find a photograph that doesn't make you look like someone who thinks
disco isn't dead, Duckery.
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Our resident King Dumbass squits...
>>
>> >>> No charge for the reality check, Rob.
>>
>> >>>> Is that what you think?
>>
>> >>> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob. It's
>> >>> apparently
>> >>> some of the same gunk that turned your teeth brown, though.
>>
>> >> Is that what you think?
>>
>> > I've already answered that question... your senility is showing, Rob.
>>
>> Sorry, I must have missed the part where you said you DID accidentally
>> spill
>> some of your "poetry" over my picture?
>
> Sorry, pal, but your picture was taken before I met you, and is,
> unfortunately for you, unaltered.

Unaltered? Fortunately for you, nobody is watching when you "visit" it.
>
> Your brown teeth, drooling smirk, and shrivelled crone-face are all
> apparently real, once again unfortunately for you.

Your dishonest envy is not unfortunate for me. After all, it's not my fault
that you scribble unspeakable shit.

Rob


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Will Dockery
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"Rob Evans", mushmouth poet <whistle-***@spew.com> wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> >> >>> No charge for the reality check, Rob.
>
> >> >>>> Is that what you think?
>
> >> >>> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob. It's
> >> >>> apparently
> >> >>> some of the same gunk that turned your teeth brown, though.

http://tinyurl.com/5j4grx

> > Sorry, pal, but your picture was taken before I met you, and is,
> > unfortunately for you, unaltered.
>
> Unaltered? Fortunately for you, nobody is watching when you "visit" it.

"Try to have your insults make sense", Mushmouth.

> > Your brown teeth, drooling smirk, and shrivelled crone-face are all
> > apparently real, once again unfortunately for you.
>
> Your dishonest envy <slap>

You're delusional, apparently, Mushmouth.

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Our resident King Dumbass squits...
>
> You're delusional, apparently, Mushmouth.
>
Even adding the "apparently" (Duckrish for "this is a lie", sorry,
"speculation") doesn't change the fact that it's not my fault that you
scribble unspeakable shit.

Rob

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"Rob Evans", mushmouth poet <whistle-***@spew.com> wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> > You're delusional, apparently, Mushmouth.
>
> Even adding the "apparently"

Perhaps you'll understand when you see it in context, which you
accidentally snipped:

> >> >>> No charge for the reality check, Rob.
>
> >> >>> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob. It's
> >> >>> apparently
> >> >>> some of the same gunk that turned your teeth brown, though.

http://tinyurl.com/5j4grx

> > Sorry, pal, but your picture was taken before I met you, and is,
> > unfortunately for you, unaltered.

> Unaltered? Fortunately for you, nobody is watching when you "visit" it.

"Try to have your insults make sense", Mushmouth.

> > Your brown teeth, drooling smirk, and shrivelled crone-face are all
> > apparently real, once again unfortunately for you.

> Your dishonest envy <slap>

You're delusional, apparently, Mushmouth.

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Our really slow Resident Dumbass squeeeeeezed out...
>>
>> > You're delusional, apparently, Mushmouth.
>>
>> Even adding the "apparently"
>
No accidental snip at all - remember?

Dumbass canard meet petard.

None of which changes the fact that it's not my fault that you
scribble unspeakable shit.

Rob

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"Rob Evans", Mushmouthed poet, wrote:
>
> No accidental snip at all -

No surprise that you want to bury it by snipping it, though:

>>> No charge for the reality check, Rob.
>
>>> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob. It's
>>> apparently
>>> some of the same gunk that turned your teeth brown, though.

http://tinyurl.com/5j4grx

> > Sorry, pal, but your picture was taken before I met you, and is,
> > unfortunately for you, unaltered.
>
> Unaltered? Fortunately for you, nobody is watching when you "visit" it.

"Try to have your insults make sense", Mushmouth.

> > Your brown teeth, drooling smirk, and shrivelled crone-face are all
> > apparently real, once again unfortunately for you.
>
> Your dishonest envy <slap>

You're delusional, apparently, Mushmouth.

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Our resident King Dumbass blinked in dim light...

> "Rob Evans", Mushmouthed poet, wrote:
>>
>> No accidental snip at all -
>
> No surprise that you want to bury it by snipping it, though:

No surprise and yet it's a petard you STILL get your webs tangled in, eh
Duck?

But if it distracts you even in the slightest from continuous scribbling of
unspeakable shit then I've performed some small service for the community.

Rob

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"Rob Evans", Mushmouthed poet, wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>>"Rob Evans", Mushmouthed poet, wrote:
>
> > No accidental snip at all -
>
> No surprise that you want to bury it by snipping it, though:
>
> >>> No charge for the reality check, Rob.
>
> >>> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob. It's
> >>> apparently
> >>> some of the same gunk that turned your teeth brown, though.
>
> http://tinyurl.com/5j4grx
>
> > > Sorry, pal, but your picture was taken before I met you, and is,
> > > unfortunately for you, unaltered.
>
> > Unaltered? Fortunately for you, nobody is watching when you "visit" it.
>
> "Try to have your insults make sense", Mushmouth.
>
> > > Your brown teeth, drooling smirk, and shrivelled crone-face are all
> > > apparently real, once again unfortunately for you.
>
> > Your dishonest envy <slap>
>
> You're delusional, apparently, Mushmouth.
>
> >> No accidental snip at all -
>
> > No surprise that you want to bury it by snipping it, though:
>
> No surprise

None.

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Our resident King Dumbass blinked in dim light...

> No surprise that you want to bury it by snipping it, though:

No surprise and yet it's a petard you STILL get your webs tangled in, eh
Duck?

>>
>> >>> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob. It's
>> >>> apparently

So, lying again, eh lardarse.

>> >>> some of the same gunk that turned your teeth brown, though.
>>
>> http://tinyurl.com/5j4grx
>>
>> > > Sorry, pal, but your picture was taken before I met you, and is,
>> > > unfortunately for you, unaltered.
>>
>> > Unaltered? Fortunately for you, nobody is watching when you "visit" it.
>>
>> "Try to have your insults make sense", Mushmouth.

Try to ease up on the masturbation Ducky.

But if it distracts you even in the slightest from continuous scribbling of
unspeakable shit then I've performed some small service for the community.

Rob

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"Rob Evans", Mushmouthed poet, wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> > No surprise that you want to bury it by snipping it, though:
>
> No surprise

None at all, Mushmouth... just the usual silliness you've been desperately
posting for over a year now.

> >> >>> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob. It's
apparently
>
> So, lying again

Lying comes naturally with you, Rob, but unless your photograph has been
altered, then the photo gives an image that proves my description of it to
be the truth.

Unlike you and your lies, I can back everything I write up with proof,
Mushmouth.

>>>> some of the same gunk that turned your teeth brown, though.

And here's the proof that you're a whistle-lisping gunkmouth:

>> http://tinyurl.com/5j4grx
>>
>>> Sorry, pal, but your picture was taken before I met you, and is,
unfortunately for you, unaltered.
> >>
>> Unaltered?

I assume the brown-gunked teeth, your shrivelled bald head, et cetera in
your photograph are real and not photoshopped?

This is a serious question, Mushmouth.

Fortunately for you, nobody is watching when you "visit" it.
> >>
> >> "Try to have your insults make sense", Mushmouth.
>
> Try to ease up on the masturbation

You're "have a hankie" fixation is noted, Mushmouth.

> But if it distracts you

Not at all, but it sure seems to have narrowed you down to nothing but
sniffing behind me for the last year or so.

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Rob Evans
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Our resident King Dumbass is dumbfounded but unsurprised
>>
>> > No surprise that you want to bury it by snipping it, though:
>>
>> No surprise
>
> None

Good - all is as expected.

at all, Mushmouth.


>
>> >> >>> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob. It's
> apparently
>>
>> So, lying again
>
> Lying comes naturally with you

Be fair - you probably lie with everybody

>
> Unlike you and your lies, I can back everything I write up with proof,
> Mushmouth.
>
No you can't. You back it up with the bitter uneducated opinions of a poor
Duck that can only manage to scribble unspeakable shit.
>>>
>>>> Sorry, pal,

No need to apologise - it's probably genetic.

Rob


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Will Dockery
2009-02-18 10:02:22 UTC
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On Feb 18, 3:28 am, "Rob Evans", mushmouthed liar, wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> > Unlike you and your lies, I can back everything I write up with proof,
> > Mushmouth.
>
> No you can't.  

Can you?

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Rob Evans
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"Our resident King Dumbass needed help ahain...

> > Unlike you and your lies, I can back everything I write up with proof,
> > Mushmouth.
>
> No you can't.

You can back everything up with your opinion only. And that's the opinion
of an ignorant and bitter person.

Can you?

Absolutely, apparently, heh!

Rob

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Will Dockery
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On Feb 19, 6:56 am, "Rob Evans" <***@sky.com> wrote:
>
> You can back everything up

Sure, and thanks for your comments, Rob... always glad ass happy when
you take the time to stop by and help me promote the work.

Here's a new discovery, from the archives, comment and critique
welcomed:

"Key Change, Time Change Blues" by Will Dockery:
http://www.archive.org/details/KeyChangeTimeChangeBlues

"...The vocalist is Will Dockery (of course), Glen Giles - guitar
(unmistakable), Jordan Beck - Bass (he's talking at the end), John
Philips - Drums (just an educated guess). It was recorded at The
Vault
(ascertained by Jordan's reference to the Blues Jam Open Mic at the
end of the clip). Hope that helps ... it's still kind of a
mystery..."
Rob Evans
2009-02-22 21:19:14 UTC
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Our resident King Dumbass squipped...
>
> You can back everything up

To which the reply was...

Sure can, apparently, heh!
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Will Dockery
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On Feb 22, 4:19 pm, "Rob Evans" <mushmouth-***@spew.com> wrote:
>
> > You can back everything up
>
> To which the reply was...
>
> Sure can, apparently, heh!

Yeah...

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"...The vocalist is Will Dockery (of course), Glen Giles - guitar
(unmistakable), Jordan Beck - Bass (he's talking at the end), John
Philips - Drums (just an educated guess). It was recorded at The Vault
(ascertained by Jordan's reference to the Blues Jam Open Mic at the
end of the clip). Hope that helps ... it's still kind of a
mystery..."
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2009-02-24 07:47:17 UTC
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Light dawns on our resident King Dumbass...

> > You can back everything up
>
> To which the reply was...
>
> Sure can, apparently, heh!

Yeah...

Indeed...

Rob

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Will Dockery
2009-02-24 10:20:29 UTC
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"Rob Evans", our Mushmouthed Nosferatu, wrote:
>
> > > You can back everything up
>
> > To which the reply was...
>
> > Sure can, apparently, heh!
>
> Yeah...
>
> Indeed...

And "What he said", even.

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Rob Evans
2009-02-24 13:49:01 UTC
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Our resident King Dumbass attempted to prod the light as it dawned...
>>
>> > > You can back everything up
>>
>> > To which the reply was...
>>
>> > Sure can, apparently, heh!
>>
>> Yeah...
>>
>> Indeed...
>
> And "What he said", even.
>
or maybe it's
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Will Dockery
2009-02-27 16:07:51 UTC
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Rob "Mushmouth poet" Evans wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> >> > > You can back everything up
> >>
> >> > To which the reply was...
> >>
> >> > Sure can, apparently, heh!
> >>
> >> Yeah...
> >>
> >> Indeed...
> >
> > And "What he said", even.
> >
> or maybe it's

Maybe it is...

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Rob Evans
2009-02-27 17:46:10 UTC
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Our resident King Dumbass squits...
>>
>> >> > > You can back everything up
>> >>
>> >> > To which the reply was...
>> >>
>> >> > Sure can, apparently, heh!
>> >>
>> >> Yeah...
>> >>
>> >> Indeed...
>> >
>> > And "What he said", even.
>> >
>> or maybe it's
>
> Maybe it is...
>
or not

Rob

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Will Dockery
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Rob "Mushmouth poet"Evans wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
>> >> > > You can back everything up
> >> >>
> >> >> > To which the reply was...
> >> >>
> >> >> > Sure can, apparently, heh!
> >> >>
> >> >> Yeah...
> >> >>
> >> >> Indeed...
> >> >
> >> > And "What he said", even.
> >> >
> >> or maybe it's
> >
> > Maybe it is...
> >
> or not

Maybe it is or isn't, I agree.

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Rob Evans
2009-02-28 11:48:56 UTC
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Our resident King Dumbass obliged...
>>
>>> >> > > You can back everything up
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > To which the reply was...
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > Sure can, apparently, heh!
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Yeah...
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Indeed...
>> >> >
>> >> > And "What he said", even.
>> >> >
>> >> or maybe it's
>> >
>> > Maybe it is...
>> >
>> or not
>
> Maybe it is or isn't, I agree.
>
And so on.

Rob

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Rob Evans wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
> >>
> >>> >> > > You can back everything up

<snip for brevity>

> And so on.
>
> Rob

Since this is going nowhere, I supoose I'll just post the piece I
wrote with some musicians last night, for comment & critique:

Like A Bluebird

Hearing a beat,
raggae across the street.
Little whistle from a tree,
that girl is calling me.
Looking for a Witch,
down at the Station Hotel.
stare at the big bell tower,
and a little man ringing the bell.

She flies like a bluebird,
Gene-0's on the plane.
Blue on blue on a skyline
walkabout dream in the rain.

Something about her,
she read the clover runes.
She came from a metal place,
a land of sand dunes.
I needed her help,
to unlock the key.
Something was strangling
inside of me.

She flies like a bluebird,
Gene-0's on the plane.
Blue on blue on a skylark,
walkabout dream in the rain.

Putty in her hand,
for ceramics.
She made clay pots
and saxophone reeds.

Hearing a beat,
raggae across the street.
Little whistle from a tree,
that girl is calling me.
Looking for a Witch,
down at the Station Hotel.
I stare at the big bell tower,
and the little man that rings the bell.

She flies like a bluebird,
Gene-0's on the plane.
Blue on blue on a skyline,
walkabout dream in the rain.

Something about her,
I can't forget her face.
She's kind of trgic,
God bless her race.
Stirred a pot,
in a hotel room.
Making vague predictions,
about a glorious doom.

She flies like a bluebird,
Gene-0's on the plane.
Blue on blue on a skylark,
walkabout dream in the rain

She flies like a bluebird,
Gene-0's on the plane.
Blue on blue on a skyline
walkabout dream in the rain

Words: Will Dockery
Guitar: Henry Conley
Flute: Gene Woolfolk Jr.
Harmonica: Harry Haden
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2009-02-28 17:36:42 UTC
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"Will Dockery" <***@gmail.com> wrote in message
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>
>
> Rob Evans wrote:
>>Will Dockery wrote:
>> >>
>> >>> >> > > You can back everything up
>
> <snip for brevity>
>
>> And so on.
>>
>> Rob
>
> Since this is going nowhere, I supoose I'll just post the piece I
> wrote with some musicians last night, for comment & critique:
>
> Like A Bluebird
>
> Hearing a beat,
> raggae across the street.
> Little whistle from a tree,
> that girl is calling me.
> Looking for a Witch,
> down at the Station Hotel.
> stare at the big bell tower,
> and a little man ringing the bell.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skyline
> walkabout dream in the rain.
>
> Something about her,
> she read the clover runes.
> She came from a metal place,
> a land of sand dunes.
> I needed her help,
> to unlock the key.
> Something was strangling
> inside of me.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skylark,
> walkabout dream in the rain.
>
> Putty in her hand,
> for ceramics.
> She made clay pots
> and saxophone reeds.
>
> Hearing a beat,
> raggae across the street.
> Little whistle from a tree,
> that girl is calling me.
> Looking for a Witch,
> down at the Station Hotel.
> I stare at the big bell tower,
> and the little man that rings the bell.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skyline,
> walkabout dream in the rain.
>
> Something about her,
> I can't forget her face.
> She's kind of trgic,
> God bless her race.
> Stirred a pot,
> in a hotel room.
> Making vague predictions,
> about a glorious doom.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skylark,
> walkabout dream in the rain
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skyline
> walkabout dream in the rain
>
> Words: Will Dockery


Of course. Only you could create such horribly mangled, indescrible,
bong-filled bullshit like that.
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Our resident King Dumbass obliged...


>>
>>> >> > > You can back everything up

> <snip for brevity>

unsnip for clarity

>> >> >>
>> >> >> > To which the reply was...
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > Sure can, apparently, heh!
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Yeah...
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Indeed...
>> >> >
>> >> > And "What he said", even.
>> >> >
>> >> or maybe it's
>> >
>> > Maybe it is...
>> >
>> or not
>
> Maybe it is or isn't, I agree.
>
And so on.

And so on.
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Will Dockery
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Rob Evans, Mushmouth poet, wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
>>> >> > > You can back everything up
>
> > <snip for brevity>
>
> unsnip for clarity

Sure, I can do that, since you asked:

Like A Bluebird

Hearing a beat,
raggae across the street.
Little whistle from a tree,
that girl is calling me.
Looking for a Witch,
down at the Station Hotel.
stare at the big bell tower,
and a little man ringing the bell.

She flies like a bluebird,
Gene-0's on the plane.
Blue on blue on a skyline
walkabout dream in the rain.

Something about her,
she read the clover runes.
She came from a metal place,
a land of sand dunes.
I needed her help,
to unlock the key.
Something was strangling
inside of me.

She flies like a bluebird,
Gene-0's on the plane.
Blue on blue on a skylark,
walkabout dream in the rain.

Putty in her hand,
for ceramics.
She made clay pots
and saxophone reeds.

Hearing a beat,
raggae across the street.
Little whistle from a tree,
that girl is calling me.
Looking for a Witch,
down at the Station Hotel.
I stare at the big bell tower,
and the little man that rings the bell.

She flies like a bluebird,
Gene-0's on the plane.
Blue on blue on a skyline,
walkabout dream in the rain.

Something about her,
I can't forget her face.
She's kind of trgic,
God bless her race.
Stirred a pot,
in a hotel room.
Making vague predictions,
about a glorious doom.

She flies like a bluebird,
Gene-0's on the plane.
Blue on blue on a skylark,
walkabout dream in the rain

She flies like a bluebird,
Gene-0's on the plane.
Blue on blue on a skyline
walkabout dream in the rain

Words: Will Dockery
Guitar & music composition: Henry Conley
Flute & music composition: Gene Woolfolk Jr.
Harmonica: Harry Haden
Rob Evans
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Our resident King Dumbass obliged...


>>
>>> >> > > You can back everything up

> <snip for brevity>

unsnip for clarity

>> >> >>
>> >> >> > To which the reply was...
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > Sure can, apparently, heh!
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Yeah...
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Indeed...
>> >> >
>> >> > And "What he said", even.
>> >> >
>> >> or maybe it's
>> >
>> > Maybe it is...
>> >
>> or not
>
> Maybe it is or isn't, I agree.
>
And so on.

And so on.
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By the way, Mushmouth, thanks for proving my prediction that you'd
soon be falling back to your "have a hankie cascade" pattern, as the
worthless waste of time you keep posting below proves without a doubt:

Rob "Mushmouth poet" Evans wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> >>> >> > > You can back everything up
>
> > <snip for brevity>
>
> unsnip for clarity
>
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> > To which the reply was...
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> > Sure can, apparently, heh!
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> Yeah...
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> Indeed...
> >> >> >
> >> >> > And "What he said", even.
> >> >> >
> >> >> or maybe it's
> >> >
> >> > Maybe it is...
> >> >
> >> or not
> >
> > Maybe it is or isn't, I agree.
> >
> And so on.
>
> And so on.
> --
> Rob Evans
> -----------
> When I see a swine,

You're looking in the mirror again?

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> Like A Bluebird
>
> Hearing a beat,
> raggae across the street.
> Little whistle from a tree,
> that girl is calling me.
> Looking for a Witch,
> down at the Station Hotel.
> stare at the big bell tower,
> and a little man ringing the bell.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skyline
> walkabout dream in the rain.
>
> Something about her,
> she read the clover runes.
> She came from a metal place,
> a land of sand dunes.
> I needed her help,
> to unlock the key.
> Something was strangling
> inside of me.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skylark,
> walkabout dream in the rain.
>
> Putty in her hand,
> for ceramics.
> She made clay pots
> and saxophone reeds.
>
> Hearing a beat,
> raggae across the street.
> Little whistle from a tree,
> that girl is calling me.
> Looking for a Witch,
> down at the Station Hotel.
> I stare at the big bell tower,
> and the little man that rings the bell.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skyline,
> walkabout dream in the rain.
>
> Something about her,
> I can't forget her face.
> She's kind of trgic,
> God bless her race.
> Stirred a pot,
> in a hotel room.
> Making vague predictions,
> about a glorious doom.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skylark,
> walkabout dream in the rain
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skyline
> walkabout dream in the rain
>
> Words: Will Dockery
> Guitar: Henry Conley
> Flute: Gene Woolfolk Jr.
> Harmonica: Harry Haden
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Our resident King Dumbass squits...

> By the way, Mushmouth, thanks for proving my prediction that you'd
> soon be falling back to your "have a hankie cascade" pattern, as the
> worthless waste of time

you're worthless, you love spending the time to reply - why whine about it?

you keep posting below proves without a doubt:
>
and, poor Willy, you hardly seem to be able to get through a thread without
mentioning the "H" word lately.

Of course, what you call a cascade, the English speaking majority would call
an uninterrupted exchange. I may earn an Ig Nobel prize for getting you to
do nearly 6 consecutive posts without snipping. I really enjoyed the fact
that when you did snip "for brevity" you then tacky-ed on a dollop of your
unspeakable shit thus doubling the length and quadrupling the tedium.

Actually I don't think of our exchanges as much other than lab experiments.
Being a duck, you're dumber than a rat but your walk is funnier.

Rob


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Rob Evans, Mushmouth poet, wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> > By the way, Mushmouth, thanks for proving my prediction that you'd
> > soon be falling back to your "have a hankie cascade" pattern, as the
> > worthless waste of time
>
> you're worthless, you love spending the time to reply -

Yet you don't see these faults in yourself, do you, Mushmouth?

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> > Like A Bluebird
> >
> > Hearing a beat,
> > raggae across the street.
> > Little whistle from a tree,
> > that girl is calling me.
> > Looking for a Witch,
> > down at the Station Hotel.
> > stare at the big bell tower,
> > and a little man ringing the bell.
> >
> > She flies like a bluebird,
> > Gene-0's on the plane.
> > Blue on blue on a skyline
> > walkabout dream in the rain.
> >
> > Something about her,
> > she read the clover runes.
> > She came from a metal place,
> > a land of sand dunes.
> > I needed her help,
> > to unlock the key.
> > Something was strangling
> > inside of me.
> >
> > She flies like a bluebird,
> > Gene-0's on the plane.
> > Blue on blue on a skylark,
> > walkabout dream in the rain.
> >
> > Putty in her hand,
> > for ceramics.
> > She made clay pots
> > and saxophone reeds.
> >
> > Hearing a beat,
> > raggae across the street.
> > Little whistle from a tree,
> > that girl is calling me.
> > Looking for a Witch,
> > down at the Station Hotel.
> > I stare at the big bell tower,
> > and the little man that rings the bell.
> >
> > She flies like a bluebird,
> > Gene-0's on the plane.
> > Blue on blue on a skyline,
> > walkabout dream in the rain.
> >
> > Something about her,
> > I can't forget her face.
> > She's kind of trgic,
> > God bless her race.
> > Stirred a pot,
> > in a hotel room.
> > Making vague predictions,
> > about a glorious doom.
> >
> > She flies like a bluebird,
> > Gene-0's on the plane.
> > Blue on blue on a skylark,
> > walkabout dream in the rain
> >
> > She flies like a bluebird,
> > Gene-0's on the plane.
> > Blue on blue on a skyline
> > walkabout dream in the rain
> >
> > Words: Will Dockery
> > Guitar: Henry Conley
> > Flute: Gene Woolfolk Jr.
> > Harmonica: Harry Haden
Rob Evans
2009-03-02 12:00:35 UTC
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"Our resident King Dumbass waddled back with...
>>
>> > By the way, Mushmouth, thanks for proving my prediction that you'd
>> > soon be falling back to your "have a hankie cascade" pattern, as the
>> > worthless waste of time
>>
>> you're worthless, you love spending the time to reply -
>
> Yet you don't see these faults in yourself, do you, Mushmouth?
>
Unlike you, ya hypocritical fuckwit, I don't try to pretend that this is "a
worthless waste of time" and yet STILL post. You can't help yourself,
dummy.

Rob
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Orsen Wells w/Citizen Cain
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"Will Dockery" <***@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Rob Evans, Mushmouth poet, wrote:
>>Will Dockery wrote:
>>
>> > By the way, Mushmouth, thanks for proving my prediction that you'd
>> > soon be falling back to your "have a hankie cascade" pattern, as the
>> > worthless waste of time
>>
>> you're worthless, you love spending the time to reply -
>
> Yet you don't see these faults in yourself, do you, Mushmouth?
>


Stop trying to deflect away from the fact that you're an incomprehensible
idiot, Duckery.
Will Dockery
2009-03-02 12:26:51 UTC
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Rob "Mushmouth" Evans wrote:
>
> I don't try to pretend that this is "a
> worthless waste of time" and yet STILL post. You can't help yourself

That's exactly what I wrote about you, Mushmouth, and since the fact
is that you're the one sniffing behind my posts for over a year, you
really /don't/ seem to be able to help yourself.

Here's the way I ended the thread and began another, which you just
continued on into with your drooling "have a hankies", proving that
you can't help yourself:

Will Dockery wrote:
> Rob Evans, Mushmouth poet, wrote:
> >Will Dockery wrote:
>
> > >>> >> > > You can back everything up
>
> <snip for brevity>
>
> > And so on.
> >
> > Rob
>
> Since this is going nowhere, I supoose I'll just post the piece I
> wrote with some musicians last night, for comment & critique:
>
> Like A Bluebird
>
> Hearing a beat,
> raggae across the street.
> Little whistle from a tree,
> that girl is calling me.
> Looking for a Witch,
> down at the Station Hotel.
> stare at the big bell tower,
> and a little man ringing the bell.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skyline
> walkabout dream in the rain.
>
> Something about her,
> she read the clover runes.
> She came from a metal place,
> a land of sand dunes.
> I needed her help,
> to unlock the key.
> Something was strangling
> inside of me.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skylark,
> walkabout dream in the rain.
>
> Putty in her hand,
> for ceramics.
> She made clay pots
> and saxophone reeds.
>
> Hearing a beat,
> raggae across the street.
> Little whistle from a tree,
> that girl is calling me.
> Looking for a Witch,
> down at the Station Hotel.
> I stare at the big bell tower,
> and the little man that rings the bell.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skyline,
> walkabout dream in the rain.
>
> Something about her,
> I can't forget her face.
> She's kind of trgic,
> God bless her race.
> Stirred a pot,
> in a hotel room.
> Making vague predictions,
> about a glorious doom.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skylark,
> walkabout dream in the rain
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skyline
> walkabout dream in the rain
>
> Words: Will Dockery

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Rob Evans
2009-03-02 15:25:17 UTC
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Our resident King Dumbass waddled back yet again with...
> Rob "Mushmouth" Evans wrote:
>>
>> I don't try to pretend that this is "a
>> worthless waste of time" and yet STILL post. You can't help yourself
>
> That's exactly what I wrote about you,

You do get your best ideas from the people here who can actually write

Mushmouth, and since the fact
> is that you're the one sniffing behind my posts for over a year, you
> really /don't/ seem to be able to help yourself.

Is "sniffing" like , say, visiting an independent website asking questions
about me while pretending to be my "usenet friend", ya two-faced lying
hypocrite?


>
> Here's the way I ended the thread and began another, which you just
> continued on into with your drooling "have a hankies"

Oh dear, can't post without mentioning that word - poor Will.


>>
>> Since this is going nowhere, I supoose I'll just post

the usual unspeakable shit.

Rob
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Will Dockery
2009-04-11 11:38:02 UTC
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"Rob mushmouth poet Evans" wrote:
>
> You do get your best ideas from the people here

Not often, Mushmouth... in fact, my work being all original thoughts, I have
very little in common with you and your "borrowing" ilk. Here's the new one,
for your usual scratch-n-sniff non-critique:

Miss Crenshaw


Little Victoria
stepped on a bumblebee.
near the sawmill millhouse.
Cousin Maxwell
saw it while sitting in a tree,
on the hill across from Uncle Grouse.


Near the house of
Bullethead & Shorty...
Always late, never home,
they's a fighting,
they'll get home the best they can.
With some luck and
a Southern wind.
Shorty's chasing Bullethead
with a frying pan
of chicken bones.
Jerked wire
someone tried to call the cops
on the telephone.


I recall a bit later,
when she shook her peaches for me.
Shady silver leaf maples,
and a lonesome persimmon tree.
Full moon and hay fever
schoolhouse looking like a Sphinx.
She's a sweetie,
her hair's like a chestnut minx.


Everybody's watching television,
or Miss Crenshaw's hipshake.
She's a stroller in technicolor
up and down a dirt avenue
for goodness sake.


If you need a girl
you can converse...
She's a good listener
and she ain't quite loud!
But a looker in a crowd.


On a two stooler bike,
somebody easing down the path.
Near the house of
Bullethead & Shorty...
Working late at the mill again
scoop the sugar with cabbage,
wash it down with cold gin.
Never sure when the morning starts
or where it ends.


Sort of in the backyard
of the old waterpump house.
Near the canepatch,
Miss Crenshaw's creeping like a mouse.
She said some odd words,
seen them spit right out her mouth.


Everybody's watching television,
or Miss Crenshaw's hipshake.
She's a stroller
up and down a dirt avenue.


If you need a girl
you can converse...
She's a good listener
and she ain't quite loud!
But a looker in a crowd.


-Will Dockery


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Orson Wells as CitizenCain
2009-04-11 16:42:19 UTC
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"Will Dockery" <***@knology.net> wrote in message
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>
> "Rob mushmouth poet Evans" wrote:
>>
>> You do get your best ideas from the people here
>
> Not often, Mushmouth... in fact, my work being all original thoughts,


Admittance to shit noted.
Will Dockery
2009-04-12 09:57:49 UTC
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"Orson Wells as CitizenCain" wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
>> Not often, Mushmouth... in fact, my work being all original thoughts,
>
> Admittance

That you're worthless?

"We know."

--
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http://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery
Will Dockery
2009-03-16 09:35:32 UTC
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=z= wrote:
>
> rob...i thought you were mother fucking dead too dammit... 8 (
> sum-bitch, i come back and all you fuckers are still alive...how much is
> this gonna cost....
> =z=

Reports of Mushmouth drowning in his own drool are overrated... heh.

> "Rob Evans" <***@sky.com> wrote in message
> news:49b25748$0$23150$***@news.newsdemon.com...

<Mushsnip>

> Like A Bluebird
>
> Hearing a beat,
> raggae across the street.
> Little whistle from a tree,
> that girl is calling me.
> Looking for a Witch,
> down at the Station Hotel.
> stare at the big bell tower,
> and a little man ringing the bell.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skyline
> walkabout dream in the rain.
>
> Something about her,
> she read the clover runes.
> She came from a metal place,
> a land of sand dunes.
> I needed her help,
> to unlock the key.
> Something was strangling
> inside of me.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skylark,
> walkabout dream in the rain.
>
> Putty in her hand,
> for ceramics.
> She made clay pots
> and saxophone reeds.
>
> Hearing a beat,
> raggae across the street.
> Little whistle from a tree,
> that girl is calling me.
> Looking for a Witch,
> down at the Station Hotel.
> I stare at the big bell tower,
> and the little man that rings the bell.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skyline,
> walkabout dream in the rain.
>
> Something about her,
> I can't forget her face.
> She's kind of trgic,
> God bless her race.
> Stirred a pot,
> in a hotel room.
> Making vague predictions,
> about a glorious doom.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skylark,
> walkabout dream in the rain
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skyline
> walkabout dream in the rain
>
> Words: Will Dockery

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Rob Evans
2009-03-16 14:19:36 UTC
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Our resident King Dumbass obliges...


> =z= wrote:
>>
>> rob...i thought you were mother fucking dead too dammit...

and if it wasn't for the fact that you have only a few braincells to be
thinking with, that might be of mild interest.

>> sum-bitch, i come back and all you fuckers are still alive.

and we're still conversing in English. Poor lonely left-out z.
>
> Reports of Mushmouth drowning in his own drool are overrated... heh.
>

Thanks for slurping up on time - no doubt this will convert (in your lying
shitspeak) to me sniffing after you in a few more posts. But for now why
don't you wipe that brown snout?

Rob
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Will Dockery
2009-03-17 06:26:56 UTC
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Rob "Mushmouth" Evans wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> wipe that brown snout?

In your case, "brown teeth" is more literal, Mushmouth.

> Like A Bluebird
>
> Hearing a beat,
> raggae across the street.
> Little whistle from a tree,
> that girl is calling me.
> Looking for a Witch,
> down at the Station Hotel.
> stare at the big bell tower,
> and a little man ringing the bell.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skyline
> walkabout dream in the rain.
>
> Something about her,
> she read the clover runes.
> She came from a metal place,
> a land of sand dunes.
> I needed her help,
> to unlock the key.
> Something was strangling
> inside of me.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skylark,
> walkabout dream in the rain.
>
> Putty in her hand,
> for ceramics.
> She made clay pots
> and saxophone reeds.
>
> Hearing a beat,
> raggae across the street.
> Little whistle from a tree,
> that girl is calling me.
> Looking for a Witch,
> down at the Station Hotel.
> I stare at the big bell tower,
> and the little man that rings the bell.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skyline,
> walkabout dream in the rain.
>
> Something about her,
> I can't forget her face.
> She's kind of trgic,
> God bless her race.
> Stirred a pot,
> in a hotel room.
> Making vague predictions,
> about a glorious doom.
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skylark,
> walkabout dream in the rain
>
> She flies like a bluebird,
> Gene-0's on the plane.
> Blue on blue on a skyline
> walkabout dream in the rain
>
> Words: Will Dockery

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http://www.myspace.com/willdockery
Will Dockery
2012-12-06 16:40:32 UTC
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http://alt.zines.narkive.com/fWb6uQUC/autograph-of-zorro-will-dockery-henry-conley-mh-benders

Like A Bluebird

Hearing a beat,
raggae across the street.
Little whistle from a tree,
that girl is calling me.
Looking for a Witch,
down at the Station Hotel.
stare at the big bell tower,
and a little man ringing the bell.

She flies like a bluebird,
Geno's on the plane.
Blue on blue on a skyline
walkabout dream in the rain.

Something about her,
she read the clover runes.
She came from a metal place,
a land of sand dunes.
I needed her help,
to unlock the key.
Something was strangling
inside of me.

She flies like a bluebird,
Geno's on the plane.
Blue on blue on a skylark,
walkabout dream in the rain.

Putty in her hand,
for ceramics.
She made clay pots
and saxophone reeds.

Hearing a beat,
raggae across the street.
Little whistle from a tree,
that girl is calling me.
Looking for a Witch,
down at the Station Hotel.
I stare at the big bell tower,
and the little man that rings the bell.

She flies like a bluebird,
Geno's on the plane.
Blue on blue on a skyline,
walkabout dream in the rain.

Something about her,
I can't forget her face.
She's kind of tragic,
God bless her race.
Stirred a pot,
in a hotel room.
Making vague predictions,
about a glorious doom.

She flies like a bluebird,
Geno's on the plane.
Blue on blue on a skylark,
walkabout dream in the rain

She flies like a bluebird,
Geno's on the plane.
Blue on blue on a skyline
walkabout dream in the rain

-Will Dockery

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http://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery
Orsen Wells w/Citizen Cain
2009-02-18 04:49:12 UTC
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"Rob Evans" <***@sky.com> wrote in message
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> Our really slow Resident Dumbass squeeeeeezed out...
>>>
>>> > You're delusional, apparently, Mushmouth.
>>>
>>> Even adding the "apparently"
>>
> No accidental snip at all - remember?
>
> Dumbass canard meet petard.
>
> None of which changes the fact that it's not my fault that you scribble
> unspeakable shit.
>
> Rob
>

Oh but he'll certainly continue to try and blame it on you, since he can't
take the idea of his own faults, and he'll probably continue to try to make
fun of your appearance, despite the fact that Dockery looks like a pedophile
who just got done planning his next trip to the playground...
Orsen Wells w/Citizen Cain
2009-02-14 18:41:38 UTC
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"Rob Evans" <***@sky.com> wrote in message
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>
> "Will Dockery" <***@knology.net> wrote in message
> news:4e20b$4995e0a2$4b4c71e9$***@KNOLOGY.NET...
>>
>> "Rob Evans" <***@mushmouth.com> wrote
>>>Will Dockery wrote:
>>>
>>> > >> > Chin up, old chap... but perhaps you should wipe the drool off
>>> > >> > it,
>>> > >> > first, Mushmouth.
>>> >
>>> > >> Why? Did you accidentally spill <slap>
>>>
>>> Nice try!
>>
>> Likewise, Mushmouth, but you accidentally snipped:
>>
>> "...Hmmm... my deepest sympathy over the bad hand life seems to have
>> dealt
>> you, Rob:
>>
>> http://tinyurl.com/6uhuj2
>>
>> Chin up, old chap... but perhaps you should wipe the drool off it, first,
>> Mushmouth..."
>>
>> No charge for the reality check, Rob.
>>
>>> > Is that what you think?
>>>
>>> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob.
>>>
>>> > Not at all, pal. It's apparently some of the same gunk that turned
>>> > your teeth brown, though.
>>> >
>>> Is that what you think?
>>
>> Just going by what's apparent in your photograph, Rob.
>>
> Is that what you think?
>
> You mean you DID accidentally spill some of your "poetry" over my picture?
> You visit it a lot, I know.
>
> Poor Duck. The continuing horror of unsnip.
>

Duckery is somewhat obsessed over the appearances of others; now whether or
not this is because he looks like a homeless person or because he is a
partially-closed homosexual is difficult to tell. Regardless, he enjoys the
post-snippings, as it is one of his only lifelines for the present.
On The Highways and Bi-Ways God Built
2009-02-09 21:50:32 UTC
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In article <2f23a$49908b77$4b4c71e9$***@KNOLOGY.NET>, Will Dockery says...
>

>Well, I see you and your pals indulge in them about me on a daily basis,
>that's for sure.

do a list:

- you can't write, anything.

- now we know you can't paint either.

- you look like you haven't bathed in weeks.

- by your own admission you have the education of a 5th grader (and you're proud
of that, Jesus).

- you abandoned your family.

- we've seen you "perform" on stage, and you're very embarrassing.

- you're incredibly stupid.

- you don't pay taxes.

- you've taken government assistance, even though you acknowledge the fact that
you're paid under the table.

so who's lying about you?

perhaps because you're so embarrassingly uneducated, you don't have a full
understanding of what the word "fantasy" means?

most sincerely,

GodBuilt


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There Will Be Blood
Will Dockery
2009-02-09 21:58:43 UTC
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On The Highways and Bi-Ways God Built wrote:
>
> - you can't write, anything.

Still waiting for something bloody brilliant from you to show us all
how your hard work has made you a great poet... heh.

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On The Highways and Bi-Ways God Built
2009-02-09 22:09:14 UTC
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In article <8bae7eeb-ec96-428c-bb69-***@j1g2000yqi.googlegroups.com>,
Will Dockery says...
>
>On The Highways and Bi-Ways God Built wrote:
>>
>> - you can't write, anything.
>
>Still waiting for something bloody brilliant from you

today i created a piece that i had to send to a colleague for review. on the top
page of what i created i scratched some comments on a post-it note.

what i wrote on that post-it note is still more creative than anything you've
done in your entire life.

you're just sad, losery. sad.

most sincerely,

GodBuilt


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There Will Be Blood
FarStar
2009-02-09 14:58:10 UTC
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On The Highways and Bi-Ways God Built fanged:

> most insincerely,
>
> GodBuilt
>
>

It doesn't rhyme
It doesn't have a foot
It has no figurative language
It has no allusions to shakespear whatsoever
It has no alliteration
It has no rhetorical flourish
It's not on topic
and thus
not constructive

re-flash your bios
there's an error between the chair and the computer


-------------------------------------------------------------------

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Will Dockery
2009-03-02 19:26:33 UTC
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Rob "Mushmouth poet" Evans wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
> > Rob "Mushmouth" Evans wrote:
> >>
> >> I don't try to pretend that this is "a
> >> worthless waste of time" and yet STILL post. You can't help yourself
> >
> > That's exactly what I wrote about you,
>
> You do get your best ideas from the people here

No, I leave the plagiarism to Dale M. Houstman and his ilk, Mushmouth.

> Mushmouth, and since the fact
> > is that you're the one sniffing behind my posts for over a year, you
> > really /don't/ seem to be able to help yourself.
>
> Is "sniffing" like ,

"Sniffing" is following behind my posts for years as you have been,
Mushmouth. I wrote the bad review of your burbling, whistle-lisping
poetry performance and you've never gotten over it, apparently... but
keep sniffing away, since you show yourself to be more of a senile
fool with every post.

> > Here's the way I ended the thread and began another, which you just
> > continued on into with your drooling "have a hankies"
>
> Oh dear, can't post without mentioning that word - poor Will.

Are you embarrassed at being reminded of your "have a hankie" days,
Mushmouth?

> > Like A Bluebird
> >
> > Hearing a beat,
> > raggae across the street.
> > Little whistle from a tree,
> > that girl is calling me.
> > Looking for a Witch,
> > down at the Station Hotel.
> > stare at the big bell tower,
> > and a little man ringing the bell.
> >
> > She flies like a bluebird,
> > Gene-0's on the plane.
> > Blue on blue on a skyline
> > walkabout dream in the rain.
> >
> > Something about her,
> > she read the clover runes.
> > She came from a metal place,
> > a land of sand dunes.
> > I needed her help,
> > to unlock the key.
> > Something was strangling
> > inside of me.
> >
> > She flies like a bluebird,
> > Gene-0's on the plane.
> > Blue on blue on a skylark,
> > walkabout dream in the rain.
> >
> > Putty in her hand,
> > for ceramics.
> > She made clay pots
> > and saxophone reeds.
> >
> > Hearing a beat,
> > raggae across the street.
> > Little whistle from a tree,
> > that girl is calling me.
> > Looking for a Witch,
> > down at the Station Hotel.
> > I stare at the big bell tower,
> > and the little man that rings the bell.
> >
> > She flies like a bluebird,
> > Gene-0's on the plane.
> > Blue on blue on a skyline,
> > walkabout dream in the rain.
> >
> > Something about her,
> > I can't forget her face.
> > She's kind of trgic,
> > God bless her race.
> > Stirred a pot,
> > in a hotel room.
> > Making vague predictions,
> > about a glorious doom.
> >
> > She flies like a bluebird,
> > Gene-0's on the plane.
> > Blue on blue on a skylark,
> > walkabout dream in the rain
> >
> > She flies like a bluebird,
> > Gene-0's on the plane.
> > Blue on blue on a skyline
> > walkabout dream in the rain
> >
> > Words: Will Dockery

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Rob Evans
2009-03-03 07:55:36 UTC
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>
>
> Rob "Mushmouth poet" Evans wrote:
>>Will Dockery wrote:
>> > Rob "Mushmouth" Evans wrote:
>> >>
>> >> I don't try to pretend that this is "a
>> >> worthless waste of time" and yet STILL post. You can't help yourself
>> >
>> > That's exactly what I wrote about you,
>>
>> You do get your best ideas from the people here
>
> No, I leave the plagiarism to Dale M. Houstman and his ilk, Mushmouth.

There are no plagiarists here other than Chuckles. George was trying a
newbie trick but was actually dying to tell us who really wrote it - once we
had panned it. Dale's rearrangements always directly follow the poem he's
addressing. There's no attempt to decieve and only a complete idiot like
you would consider the same words in a different order as plagiarism. All
the words are already in dictionaries, you lnow. Actually, YOU wouldn't.

As for your monkey-see, monkey do behaviour, I don't call it plagiarism -
just painfully slow learning.
>
>> Mushmouth, and since the fact
>> > is that you're the one sniffing behind my posts for over a year, you
>> > really /don't/ seem to be able to help yourself.
>>
>> Is "sniffing" like ,
>
> "Sniffing" is following behind my posts for years as you have been,
> Mushmouth. I wrote the bad review of your burbling, whistle-lisping
> poetry performance and you've never gotten over it, apparently... but
> keep sniffing away, since you show yourself to be more of a senile
> fool with every post.

I called your scribbling unspeakable shit and you couldn't get over it. You
went to a BBC website asking questions about me and claiming to be my usenet
friend. But you're right - that's not sniffing.

It's stalking you pathetic moron.

Rob
>
>> > Here's the way I ended the thread and began another, which you just
>> > continued on into with your drooling "have a hankies"
>>
>> Oh dear, can't post without mentioning that word - poor Will.
>
> Are you embarrassed at being reminded of your "have a hankie" days,
> Mushmouth?

They appear to be all yours now, lardarse. heh! But feel free to borrow.

Rob
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Rob "Mushmouth poet" Evans wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>> Rob "Mushmouth" Evans wrote:
>
>>> You do get your best ideas from the people here
>>
>> No, I leave the plagiarism to Dale M. Houstman and his ilk, Mushmouth.
>
> There are no plagiarists here

You haven't been keeping up, then, which is no surprise since all you seem
to do is sniff along behind my posts, here's the scoop for you, Mushmouth:

Dale Houstman plagiarized:
> Alacrity wrote:

For study, here's Dale Houstman's plagiarized poem (signed and everything,
ready to take away and attempt to pass off as his own original work,
apparently), Gary Gamble's statement on plagiarists (in this case a proven
one) and after that, a copy of the original poem for study. This is the same
method we used when Karla Rogers accused Tom Bishop of stealing her poem,
switching the words around, and trying to pass it off as his own, so if it
was acceptable then, then it should be acceptable in looking into the extent
of Dale Houstman's poetry theft now, as well, am I right?

> Mercury Mates With Clocks
>
> Kissed into gold,
> the first mercury of love
> becomes a cylinder, a calendar, a compass
> where a confusion of fingers
> ties up the Christmas of veins
> and - in dead union -
> the soles of laughing soldiers
> smoke the decaying mirrors.
>
> Our lofty podiums,
> wrinkled ovaries of jewels
> in a featherless sky that cuts
> flowers from each nodding head,
> my human daffodils,
> my gangrened begonias,
> on whom water wonders
> its haul of salvaged emeralds,
> time dog-carted away by the scaffold's spiders.
>
> And our money
> priceless as ice in place of steel,
> scarred with empire,
> (but not as real)
> and all good intentions shivering
> like old cheeks in the new wind.
> There is no art, no grace, no fiction
> still secreted behind that purchase of fog.
> We are imposed upon by the grass.
> We are an ephemera of cares.
>
> dmh
Here's what Gary Gamble has to say about the future of a proven plagiarist
in the newsgroups:
ggamble wrote:
>
> I have no idea who wrote it; you're alleging that you wrote it.
>
> But, since everything you've ever posted, or ever will post from now on is
> of questionable authorship, I don't see how anyone can say for sure.
>
> You have no credibility.
>
> You say you wrote it. Maybe you did.
>
> It certainly is hackneyed enough to resemble some of the other pieces
> you've
> posted under your own name.
>
> We'll probably never know.

Poor Dale Houstman... wonder if he ever wrote an original poem in his life?
Now here's the original poem Dale Houstman swiped his words and images from,
reshuffled them around in a different order and a bit of rewriting, then
signed his name to it, claiming it was his own original work:

Mercury Switches and The Mating of Clocks

Kissed to death by gold whiskers
was her lovely
skate backwards around
a sphere of mercury.

From the first wet spark
came a series of cylinders,
calendar holders with
fingers for handles,
white Christmas babies
with inscrutable veins.
Their firsts steps in unison
were on the soles of dead men -
how they laughed,
how they mirrored decay!

The podium was that
wrinkled uterus, the jewel
encrusted grave
you gave to us
and Christ like
a wingless blur
hums the cut
flowers nodding over her,
the mercurial blood
and phallic hats
of heavy dafodils,
of heavy water wombs
where time (that savaged emerald)
flows like scaffold spiders
or money without price.

And ice, cut wet with steel
scars over the intention
sends the scabbed vibration
of shuddering cheeks
into art, into grace and slides
slick blades through fog,
that impossible grass
in our etherial core.

-Alacrity Stone

When time permits, we can return to this post and, as with Karla's "April"
and Bishop's "version", pick out how many words and entire lines DMH stole
in the construction of "his" poem... and wonder how many other of his works
are similarly stolen?

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Our resident King Dumbass ploddled on...
>>>
>>> No, I leave the plagiarism to Dale M. Houstman and his ilk, Mushmouth.
>>
>> There are no plagiarists here
>
> You haven't been keeping up, then, which is no surprise since all you seem
> to do is sniff along behind my posts, here's the scoop for you, Mushmouth:

Keeping up would have "proven" there are plagiarists here? You are stupid -
that needs no keeping up with because it never changes.
>
> Dale Houstman plagiarized:
>> Alacrity wrote:
>
> For study, here's Dale Houstman's plagiarized poem (signed and everything,
> ready to take away and attempt to pass off as his own original work,
> apparently), Gary Gamble's statement on plagiarists (in this case a proven
> one) and after that, a copy of the original poem for study.

Karla has already demonstrated that you, as usual ,are talking rubbish, when
you claimed a high level of matching lines etc between the two. There are
none.

This is the same
> method we used when Karla Rogers accused Tom Bishop of stealing her poem,
> switching the words around, and trying to pass it off as his own, so if it
> was acceptable then, then it should be acceptable in looking into the
> extent of Dale Houstman's poetry theft now, as well, am I right?

No you are stupid. Tommy faithfully copied Karla's poem and infringed
copyright.
>
>> Mercury Mates With Clocks
>>
>> Kissed into gold,
>> the first mercury of love
>> becomes a cylinder, a calendar, a compass
>> where a confusion of fingers
>> ties up the Christmas of veins
>> and - in dead union -
>> the soles of laughing soldiers
>> smoke the decaying mirrors.
>>
>> Our lofty podiums,
>> wrinkled ovaries of jewels
>> in a featherless sky that cuts
>> flowers from each nodding head,
>> my human daffodils,
>> my gangrened begonias,
>> on whom water wonders
>> its haul of salvaged emeralds,
>> time dog-carted away by the scaffold's spiders.
>>
>> And our money
>> priceless as ice in place of steel,
>> scarred with empire,
>> (but not as real)
>> and all good intentions shivering
>> like old cheeks in the new wind.
>> There is no art, no grace, no fiction
>> still secreted behind that purchase of fog.
>> We are imposed upon by the grass.
>> We are an ephemera of cares.
>>
>> dmh
> Here's what Gary Gamble has to say about the future of a proven plagiarist
> in the newsgroups:
> ggamble wrote:
>>
>> I have no idea who wrote it; you're alleging that you wrote it.
>>
>> But, since everything you've ever posted, or ever will post from now on
>> is
>> of questionable authorship, I don't see how anyone can say for sure.
>>
>> You have no credibility.
>>
>> You say you wrote it. Maybe you did.
>>
>> It certainly is hackneyed enough to resemble some of the other pieces
>> you've
>> posted under your own name.
>>
>> We'll probably never know.
>
> Poor Dale Houstman... wonder if he ever wrote an original poem in his
> life?
> Now here's the original poem Dale Houstman swiped his words and images
> from, reshuffled them around in a different order and a bit of rewriting,
> then signed his name to it, claiming it was his own original work:
>
> Mercury Switches and The Mating of Clocks
>
> Kissed to death by gold whiskers
> was her lovely
> skate backwards around
> a sphere of mercury.
>
> From the first wet spark
> came a series of cylinders,
> calendar holders with
> fingers for handles,
> white Christmas babies
> with inscrutable veins.
> Their firsts steps in unison
> were on the soles of dead men -
> how they laughed,
> how they mirrored decay!
>
> The podium was that
> wrinkled uterus, the jewel
> encrusted grave
> you gave to us
> and Christ like
> a wingless blur
> hums the cut
> flowers nodding over her,
> the mercurial blood
> and phallic hats
> of heavy dafodils,
> of heavy water wombs
> where time (that savaged emerald)
> flows like scaffold spiders
> or money without price.
>
> And ice, cut wet with steel
> scars over the intention
> sends the scabbed vibration
> of shuddering cheeks
> into art, into grace and slides
> slick blades through fog,
> that impossible grass
> in our etherial core.
>
Stop scribbling your unspeakable shit. You are merely stealing words from
the dictionary and rearranging them. Perhaps your stupid spelling, lousy
grammar and missing conjunctions and prepositions are a way of getting round
dictionary copyright.

Or perhaps you just are that abysmally ignorant.

Rob
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"Rob Evans" <mushmouth-***@spew.com> wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
>>>> No, I leave the plagiarism to Dale M. Houstman and his ilk, Mushmouth.
>>>
>>> There are no plagiarists here
>>
>> You haven't been keeping up, then, which is no surprise since all you
>> seem to do is sniff along behind my posts, here's the scoop for you,
>> Mushmouth:
>
> Keeping up would have "proven" there are plagiarists here?

A serious question, then Rob:

You'll be okay if I (or someone else) took your poems, shuffled the words,
yet used the same words included in that poem, pieced it together as a "new"
poem, and signed it, took all credit for writing it?

I have a feeling you might scream your whistle-lisping scream a bit louder
if that happened to you a few times.

Or maybe not... just because you're forced to not agree with me, you'd
willingly give away all that's unique about your poetry... your choice of
words.

>> Dale Houstman plagiarized:
>>> Alacrity wrote:
>>
>> For study, here's Dale Houstman's plagiarized poem (signed and
>> everything, ready to take away and attempt to pass off as his own
>> original work, apparently), Gary Gamble's statement on plagiarists (in
>> this case a proven one) and after that, a copy of the original poem for
>> study.
>
> Karla has already demonstrated <slap>

You're not keeping up again, Mushmouth, because I stated that I hadn't done
any comparison that closely yet, but that the same words were used.

> This is the same
>> method we used when Karla Rogers accused Tom Bishop of stealing her poem,
>> switching the words around, and trying to pass it off as his own, so if
>> it was acceptable then, then it should be acceptable in looking into the
>> extent of Dale Houstman's poetry theft now, as well, am I right?
>
> Tommy faithfully copied Karla's poem and infringed copyright.

And did it exactly like Michael Cook did with my poem "Karma Bombs" the year
before... your ilk claimed it was "okay" and so opened the doors for Bishop
to do it, since it was agreed that this form of theft was "okay".

This is another case that may come back to kick you in your drooling
mushmouth, Rob... unless you agree that it is okay to take your poetry and
re-write it, as you say it was with dale's theft... say so, because i just
might try you, and if I don't somebody else will, that's a bet for you.

>>> Mercury Mates With Clocks
>>>
>>> Kissed into gold,
>>> the first mercury of love
>>> becomes a cylinder, a calendar, a compass
>>> where a confusion of fingers
>>> ties up the Christmas of veins
>>> and - in dead union -
>>> the soles of laughing soldiers
>>> smoke the decaying mirrors.
>>>
>>> Our lofty podiums,
>>> wrinkled ovaries of jewels
>>> in a featherless sky that cuts
>>> flowers from each nodding head,
>>> my human daffodils,
>>> my gangrened begonias,
>>> on whom water wonders
>>> its haul of salvaged emeralds,
>>> time dog-carted away by the scaffold's spiders.
>>>
>>> And our money
>>> priceless as ice in place of steel,
>>> scarred with empire,
>>> (but not as real)
>>> and all good intentions shivering
>>> like old cheeks in the new wind.
>>> There is no art, no grace, no fiction
>>> still secreted behind that purchase of fog.
>>> We are imposed upon by the grass.
>>> We are an ephemera of cares.
>>>
>>> dmh
>> Here's what Gary Gamble has to say about the future of a proven
>> plagiarist in the newsgroups:
>> ggamble wrote:
>>>
>>> I have no idea who wrote it; you're alleging that you wrote it.
>>>
>>> But, since everything you've ever posted, or ever will post from now on
>>> is
>>> of questionable authorship, I don't see how anyone can say for sure.
>>>
>>> You have no credibility.
>>>
>>> You say you wrote it. Maybe you did.
>>>
>>> It certainly is hackneyed enough to resemble some of the other pieces
>>> you've
>>> posted under your own name.
>>>
>>> We'll probably never know.
>>
>> Poor Dale Houstman... wonder if he ever wrote an original poem in his
>> life?
>> Now here's the original poem Dale Houstman swiped his words and images
>> from, reshuffled them around in a different order and a bit of rewriting,
>> then signed his name to it, claiming it was his own original work:
>>
>> Mercury Switches and The Mating of Clocks
>>
>> Kissed to death by gold whiskers
>> was her lovely
>> skate backwards around
>> a sphere of mercury.
>>
>> From the first wet spark
>> came a series of cylinders,
>> calendar holders with
>> fingers for handles,
>> white Christmas babies
>> with inscrutable veins.
>> Their firsts steps in unison
>> were on the soles of dead men -
>> how they laughed,
>> how they mirrored decay!
>>
>> The podium was that
>> wrinkled uterus, the jewel
>> encrusted grave
>> you gave to us
>> and Christ like
>> a wingless blur
>> hums the cut
>> flowers nodding over her,
>> the mercurial blood
>> and phallic hats
>> of heavy dafodils,
>> of heavy water wombs
>> where time (that savaged emerald)
>> flows like scaffold spiders
>> or money without price.
>>
>> And ice, cut wet with steel
>> scars over the intention
>> sends the scabbed vibration
>> of shuddering cheeks
>> into art, into grace and slides
>> slick blades through fog,
>> that impossible grass
>> in our etherial core.
>>
> Stop

You first, Mushmouth.

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Our resident King Dumbass squits...
>>
>>>>> No, I leave the plagiarism to Dale M. Houstman and his ilk, Mushmouth.
>>>>
>>>> There are no plagiarists here
>>>
>>> You haven't been keeping up, then, which is no surprise since all you
>>> seem to do is sniff along behind my posts, here's the scoop for you,
>>> Mushmouth:
>>
>> Keeping up would have "proven" there are plagiarists here?
>
> A serious question, then Rob:
>
> You'll be okay if I (or someone else) took your poems, shuffled the words,
> yet used the same words included in that poem, pieced it together as a
> "new" poem, and signed it, took all credit for writing it?

A serious answer then:

see my red barrow wheel poem in reply to Karla.

I don't mind anybody rearranging a poem if they seek to say something
different with the new words. I might criticise the result as bad poetry
but not as plagiarism.

I once took a piece of your utter dreck and pushed it through some cheapo
english-italian, italian-german, and german-english translation software.
It was gibberish but no worse than the original. I posted it here but
Dennis (bless his good taste) wouldn't let me include it in some of our
collaborations. Since it was also unspeakable shit, I may well be a
duckrish plagiarist.

Rob
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Rob "Mushmouth poet" Evans wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> >>>>> No, I leave the plagiarism to Dale M. Houstman and his ilk, Mushmouth.
> >>>>
> >>>> There are no plagiarists here
> >>>
> >>> You haven't been keeping up, then, which is no surprise since all you
> >>> seem to do is sniff along behind my posts, here's the scoop for you,
> >>> Mushmouth:
> >>
> >> Keeping up would have "proven" there are plagiarists here?
> >
> > A serious question, then Rob:
> >
> > You'll be okay if I (or someone else) took your poems, shuffled the words,
> > yet used the same words included in that poem, pieced it together as a
> > "new" poem, and signed it, took all credit for writing it?
>
> A serious answer then:
>
> see my red barrow wheel poem in reply to Karla.
>
> I don't mind anybody rearranging a poem if they seek to say something
> different with the new words.
> I might criticise the result as bad poetry
> but not as plagiarism.

Maybe we'll have time in the future to try a few... convert some of
your poems into songs, or rather, use the same words in a different
way, and I have your permission to do this without any credit to you
at all? In fact you're saying I wouldn't even /need/ permission to
take, say, half of one of your poems and do whatever I want with it?

Not that I'd ever bother to get around to such an experiment, but it
might be interesting to try to turn your dreary chopped-up-prose junk
into something worthwhile, Mushmouth.

> I once took a piece of your

I'd like to see that, what was the title?

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Our resident King Dumbass struggled to comprehend...
>>
>> >>>>> No, I leave the plagiarism to Dale M. Houstman and his ilk,
>> >>>>> Mushmouth.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> There are no plagiarists here
>> >>>
>> >>> You haven't been keeping up, then, which is no surprise since all you
>> >>> seem to do is sniff along behind my posts, here's the scoop for you,
>> >>> Mushmouth:
>> >>
>> >> Keeping up would have "proven" there are plagiarists here?
>> >
>> > A serious question, then Rob:
>> >
>> > You'll be okay if I (or someone else) took your poems, shuffled the
>> > words,
>> > yet used the same words included in that poem, pieced it together as a
>> > "new" poem, and signed it, took all credit for writing it?
>>
>> A serious answer then:
>>
>> see my red barrow wheel poem in reply to Karla.
>>
>> I don't mind anybody rearranging a poem if they seek to say something
>> different with the new words.
>> I might criticise the result as bad poetry
>> but not as plagiarism.
>
> Maybe we'll have time in the future to try a few... convert some of
> your poems into songs, or rather, use the same words in a different
> way, and I have your permission to do this without any credit to you
> at all? In fact you're saying I wouldn't even /need/ permission to
> take, say, half of one of your poems and do whatever I want with it?

I'm saying, dimwit, that if you take ALL the words in one of my poems and
rearrange them, you don't need any permission. If you took "say half " one
of my poems and used it substantially unchanged you would be infringinging
copyright. Noone would accuse you of plagiarism because it would be in
English and therefore clearly not your own work.
>
> Not that I'd ever bother to get around to such an experiment

Not without the help of a dictionary anyway.

,>
>> I once took a piece of your
>
> I'd like to see that

I bet you would.

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Rob Evans, Mushmouth poet, wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> >> >>>>> No, I leave the plagiarism to Dale M. Houstman and his ilk,
> >> >>>>> Mushmouth.
> >> >>>>
> >> >>>> There are no plagiarists here
> >> >>>
> >> >>> You haven't been keeping up, then, which is no surprise since all you
> >> >>> seem to do is sniff along behind my posts, here's the scoop for you,
> >> >>> Mushmouth:
> >> >>
> >> >> Keeping up would have "proven" there are plagiarists here?
> >> >
> >> > A serious question, then Rob:
> >> >
> >> > You'll be okay if I (or someone else) took your poems, shuffled the
> >> > words, yet used the same words included in that poem, pieced it together as a
> >> > "new" poem, and signed it, took all credit for writing it?
> >>
> >> A serious answer then:
> >>
> >> see my red barrow wheel poem in reply to Karla.
> >>
> >> I don't mind anybody rearranging a poem if they seek to say something
> >> different with the new words.
> >> I might criticise the result as bad poetry
> >> but not as plagiarism.
> >
> > Maybe we'll have time in the future to try a few... convert some of
> > your poems into songs, or rather, use the same words in a different
> > way, and I have your permission to do this without any credit to you
> > at all? In fact you're saying I wouldn't even /need/ permission to
> > take, say, half of one of your poems and do whatever I want with it?
>
> I'm saying that if you take ALL the words in one of my poems and
> rearrange them, you don't need any permission.

Since /I/ would consider that going a bit far, I'd probably want your
permission, anyway, if I were to try something like that,,, which I
suppose you /are/ giving, with that statement?

> If you took "say half " one
> of my poems and used it substantially unchanged you would be infringinging
> copyright.

Then, since Dale Houstman did just that with Alacrity Stone's poem,
about 50 words out of 100 were from AS, then you agree that if not a
palgiarist, Dale Houstman is guilty of at least copyright abuse.

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"Rob Evans" <***@sky.com> wrote in message
news:49ad33af$0$23171$***@news.newsdemon.com...
>
> Our resident King Dumbass squits...
>>>
>>>>>> No, I leave the plagiarism to Dale M. Houstman and his ilk,
>>>>>> Mushmouth.
>>>>>
>>>>> There are no plagiarists here
>>>>
>>>> You haven't been keeping up, then, which is no surprise since all you
>>>> seem to do is sniff along behind my posts, here's the scoop for you,
>>>> Mushmouth:
>>>
>>> Keeping up would have "proven" there are plagiarists here?
>>
>> A serious question, then Rob:
>>
>> You'll be okay if I (or someone else) took your poems, shuffled the
>> words, yet used the same words included in that poem, pieced it together
>> as a "new" poem, and signed it, took all credit for writing it?
>
> A serious answer then:
>
> see my red barrow wheel poem in reply to Karla.
>
> I don't mind anybody rearranging a poem if they seek to say something
> different with the new words. I might criticise the result as bad poetry
> but not as plagiarism.
>
> I once took a piece of your utter dreck and pushed it through some cheapo
> english-italian, italian-german, and german-english translation software.
> It was gibberish but no worse than the original. I posted it here but
> Dennis (bless his good taste) wouldn't let me include it in some of our
> collaborations. Since it was also unspeakable shit, I may well be a
> duckrish plagiarist.


Could've made more headway with it if you had run it through an
idiot-English translator.
Will Dockery
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"Rob Evans" <mushmouth-***@spew.com> wrote:
>Will Dockery wrote:
>
> >>>>>> No, I leave the plagiarism to Dale M. Houstman and his ilk,
> >>>>>> Mushmouth.
> >>
> >> A serious question, then Rob:
> >>
> >> You'll be okay if I (or someone else) took your poems, shuffled the
> >> words, yet used the same words included in that poem, pieced it together
> >> as a "new" poem, and signed it, took all credit for writing it?
> >
> > I once took a piece

Did you credit me as the writer?

and pushed it through some cheapo
> > english-italian, italian-german, and german-english translation software. I posted it here

I'll go have a look at it, what was the title?

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Orsen Wells w/Citizen Cain
2009-03-05 06:33:18 UTC
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"Will Dockery" <***@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> "Rob Evans" <mushmouth-***@spew.com> wrote:
>>Will Dockery wrote:
>>
>> >>>>>> No, I leave the plagiarism to Dale M. Houstman and his ilk,
>> >>>>>> Mushmouth.
>> >>
>> >> A serious question, then Rob:
>> >>
>> >> You'll be okay if I (or someone else) took your poems, shuffled the
>> >> words, yet used the same words included in that poem, pieced it
>> >> together
>> >> as a "new" poem, and signed it, took all credit for writing it?
>> >
>> > I once took a piece
>
> Did you credit me as the writer?


Have you ever written anything that would classify you as a "writer?"


>
> and pushed it through some cheapo
>> > english-italian, italian-german, and german-english translation
>> > software. I posted it here
>
> I'll go have a look at it, what was the title?
>

Der Spheitchenblatz Odor Duckrick.
Orsen Wells w/Citizen Cain
2009-03-05 04:03:19 UTC
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"Rob Evans" <***@sky.com> wrote in message
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> Our resident King Dumbass ploddled on...

>>
> Stop scribbling your unspeakable shit. You are merely stealing words from
> the dictionary and rearranging them. Perhaps your stupid spelling, lousy
> grammar and missing conjunctions and prepositions are a way of getting
> round dictionary copyright.


Do you honestly think Will has picked up a dictionary in his entire LIFE?
Maybe to kill a spider...
Orsen Wells w/Citizen Cain
2009-03-05 03:52:21 UTC
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"Rob Evans" <***@sky.com> wrote in message
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> "Will Dockery" <***@gmail.com> wrote in message
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>>
>>
>> Rob "Mushmouth poet" Evans wrote:
>>>Will Dockery wrote:
>>> > Rob "Mushmouth" Evans wrote:
>>> >>
>>> >> I don't try to pretend that this is "a
>>> >> worthless waste of time" and yet STILL post. You can't help yourself
>>> >
>>> > That's exactly what I wrote about you,
>>>
>>> You do get your best ideas from the people here
>>
>> No, I leave the plagiarism to Dale M. Houstman and his ilk, Mushmouth.
>
> There are no plagiarists here other than Chuckles. George was trying a
> newbie trick but was actually dying to tell us who really wrote it - once
> we had panned it. Dale's rearrangements always directly follow the poem
> he's addressing. There's no attempt to decieve and only a complete idiot
> like you would consider the same words in a different order as plagiarism.
> All the words are already in dictionaries, you lnow. Actually, YOU
> wouldn't.
>
> As for your monkey-see, monkey do behaviour, I don't call it plagiarism -
> just painfully slow learning.
>>
>>> Mushmouth, and since the fact
>>> > is that you're the one sniffing behind my posts for over a year, you
>>> > really /don't/ seem to be able to help yourself.
>>>
>>> Is "sniffing" like ,
>>
>> "Sniffing" is following behind my posts for years as you have been,
>> Mushmouth. I wrote the bad review of your burbling, whistle-lisping
>> poetry performance and you've never gotten over it, apparently... but
>> keep sniffing away, since you show yourself to be more of a senile
>> fool with every post.
>
> I called your scribbling unspeakable shit and you couldn't get over it.
> You went to a BBC website asking questions about me and claiming to be my
> usenet friend. But you're right - that's not sniffing.
>
> It's stalking you pathetic moron.
>
> Rob
>>


Duckery is no stranger to stalking. His feathers are all over the place.
Will Dockery
2009-03-05 04:08:21 UTC
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Orsen Wells w/Citizen Cain wrote:
> Rob "Mushmouth poet" Evans wrote:
>>Will Dockery wrote:
>>> Rob "Mushmouth" Evans wrote:
>
> >>> >> I don't try to pretend that this is "a
> >>> >> worthless waste of time" and yet STILL post. You can't help yourself
> >>> >
> >>> > That's exactly what I wrote about you,
> >>>
> >>> You do get your best ideas from the people here
> >>
> >> No, I leave the plagiarism to Dale M. Houstman and his ilk, Mushmouth.
> >>
> >>> Mushmouth, and since the fact
> >>> > is that you're the one sniffing behind my posts for over a year, you
> >>> > really /don't/ seem to be able to help yourself.
> >>>
> >>> Is "sniffing" like ,
> >>
> >> "Sniffing" is following behind my posts for years as you have been,
> >> Mushmouth. I wrote the bad review of your burbling, whistle-lisping
> >> poetry performance and you've never gotten over it, apparently... but
> >> keep sniffing away, since you show yourself to be more of a senile
> >> fool with every post.
>
> Dockery is no stranger to stalking.

Not with on my trail for years now, no.

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Orsen Wells w/Citizen Cain
2009-03-05 06:34:14 UTC
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"Will Dockery" <***@gmail.com> wrote in message
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>
> Orsen Wells w/Citizen Cain wrote:
>> Rob "Mushmouth poet" Evans wrote:
>>>Will Dockery wrote:
>>>> Rob "Mushmouth" Evans wrote:
>>
>> >>> >> I don't try to pretend that this is "a
>> >>> >> worthless waste of time" and yet STILL post. You can't help
>> >>> >> yourself
>> >>> >
>> >>> > That's exactly what I wrote about you,
>> >>>
>> >>> You do get your best ideas from the people here
>> >>
>> >> No, I leave the plagiarism to Dale M. Houstman and his ilk, Mushmouth.
>> >>
>> >>> Mushmouth, and since the fact
>> >>> > is that you're the one sniffing behind my posts for over a year,
>> >>> > you
>> >>> > really /don't/ seem to be able to help yourself.
>> >>>
>> >>> Is "sniffing" like ,
>> >>
>> >> "Sniffing" is following behind my posts for years as you have been,
>> >> Mushmouth. I wrote the bad review of your burbling, whistle-lisping
>> >> poetry performance and you've never gotten over it, apparently... but
>> >> keep sniffing away, since you show yourself to be more of a senile
>> >> fool with every post.
>>
>> Dockery is no stranger to stalking.
>
> Not with on my trail for years now, no.
>


What the fudge? Was that even English?

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