Monday, November 24, 2008

Warmer than the sun, cooler than the air.

UPDATE: Sunssol has done an interesting remix/reversal of "Don't Stop Running."

Maccareport.com is saying that a backwards message exists at the end of the song "Don't Stop Running" on the new Fireman album. The song, which runs over ten minutes, features about two minutes of silence followed by some interesting ambient music. The track ends with a backwards whisper. When you reverse it, it says, "Warmer than the sun, cooler than the air."

This Maccareport "exclusive" is credited to someone named Peter H., but the web site is run by Jorie Gracen, author of "Paul McCartney: I Saw Him Standing There." Readers of Maccareport are advised to go to Internet Anagram Maker site to decipher Paul's secret message, which they think may be directed at Heather Mills.



The Maccaspan2008 video version cuts the song at 5:47, but Piggies1 has a version that is 10:33 long with the audible message at the end.



Maccareport lets you hear the backwards message here.

"Warmer than the sun, cooler than the air" was also one of the comments on the Official Fireman MySpace Page by one of the Fireman's 2292 friends.

I don't know where these people get the idea that Paul McCartney would have hidden messages in his music. I would only allow myself five minutes to play with the anagram idea for "Warmer than the sun, cooler than the air."

The best I could do in five minutes?

"Heather Recontaminates A Thrown Hurl"

I intend to buy it tomorrow and play it forwards...and LOUD!

229 comments:

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Jude said...

'Tis a good album. But like most Macca recordings, you sort of need to listen to it a couple of times for it to grow on you.

Jude said...

By the way, I think he's saying something else a moment before he says "warmer than the sun, cooler than the air", but for the life of me I can't decipher what it is.

Tafultong said...

Jude said:

I think he's saying something else a moment before he says "warmer than the sun, cooler than the air"

I think so too. I'll know better when I hear the CD.

MikeNL said...

i'll just listen to the multitracks of electric arguments.

then i can isolate that vocal track.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of that Mikey (or anyone listening in), do you by any chance have an isolated vocal track of the Sgt. Pepper reprise?

I'm really interested in knowing if there's anything to the suggestion that Paul(?) is singing "Paul is dead! Really, really dead!!" in the background there at the end.

This seems like one of those instances, like the classic "I buried Paul/Cranberry Sauce" conundrum, that shouldn't be too hard to prove definitively one way or the other with the right audio software.

(Also, for the record, I remain deeply skeptical of the "cranberry sauce" recordings...)

AV said...

yeah go buy the cd folks!

there is a backwards message on it!

man this is so viral marketing and yet no one seems to notice..

Anonymous said...

Yep. Awfully convenient how Paul is hopping on the anagram bandwagon.

Anonymous said...

Awfully convenient how this whole blog is a marketing campaign for the new album

Anonymous said...

Name: tafultong
Email: hidden
Gender: Undisclosed
Posts: 426
Date Registered: Jul 5, 2007, 7:43am
Account Status: Activated

NIR stats

do you know when the skinny actor first appeared?

Juli 2007


no more words

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Name: tafultong
Email: hidden
Gender: Undisclosed
Posts: 426
Date Registered: Jul 5, 2007, 7:43am
Account Status: Activated

NIR stats

do you know when the skinny actor first appeared?

Juli 2007


no more words

November 24, 2008 12:20 PM

lol, i love how you guys turn everything and everybody in conspiracy material.

Anonymous said...

on one of his first posts was directed to ringos web site, the very next to a huge album cover of "dance tonight" (which appeared around that time)
a little sooner the promotion started in iaap videos. remember the marketing for Pauls new cd and his new dvd?

and what is happening now? another new album

Anonymous said...

whats going on with crowley taf?
in like your 3rd post on nir you posted about the "OTO connection". now again?

Tafultong said...

See that, Paul? Surely I deserve a complementary copy of the $80 deluxe version. Come on, I already spent $25 for the first track and I'll be shelling out $10 tomorrow for the standard CD. Think about it, will ya?

Anonymous said...

citing Tafultong from NIR:

'If you follow the Beatles (collectively and individually) as well as related people (e.g. Jeff Lynne, Bob Dylan, etc.) and you buy all the records, DVDs, books, etc. and go to all of the official web sites, the whole thing only gets more and more spooky.'


well....

Tafultong said...

Anonymous said...

whats going on with crowley taf?
in like your 3rd post on nir you posted about the "OTO connection". now again?


There's not a lot of information out there connecting Crowley and the Beatles, but since it is so much at the heart of what Iamaphoney seems to be saying, I think it's relevant when I find something new. I did not know about "Sybarite among the Shadows" until recently.

I did report here that I have never found proof that Denny Laine ever said that Paul and Linda were big into Crowley, as has been implied in Rotten Apple videos.

Anonymous said...

mike said on NIR in 2007:

'okay.. at this point i'm suspecting many people of being iamaphoney on the tube and here... like tafultong.. he only talks in here'

Anonymous said...

then Iamaphoney posted on NIR as BIII:

'Late this year another album will show up adding the last chapter to the code.'


yeah right.. go and by that album or you'll miss the clue

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
mike said on NIR in 2007:

'okay.. at this point i'm suspecting many people of being iamaphoney on the tube and here... like tafultong.. he only talks in here'

November 24, 2008 12:49 PM

those were the days man...

Anonymous said...

something definetaly smells fishy here (and its not me)

Anonymous said...

You just never know about these backwards tracks. "Sugar Plum Fairies" backwards is "I Am A Witch"

Anonymous said...

So is this jackass who keeps posting saying that Iamaphoney is the messiah or Jesus Christ or whatever part of the IAAP team's last ditch effort to make something out of all this happy horseshit? What a fucking joke!

Tafultong said...

Anonymous said...

You just never know about these backwards tracks. "Sugar Plum Fairies" backwards is "I Am A Witch"

Yes, but unfortunately this one is rather straightforward (for a backward track). I mean the backwards voice is obvious and the reverse is clearly a forward voice. Although, I get the feeling when Paul does something obvious, he may be suggesting that we look for another less obvious example that is more deeply hidden (e.g. the second more sinister anagram on Memory Almost Full").

Anonymous said...

"...I get the feeling when Paul does something obvious, he may be suggesting that we look for another less obvious example that is more deeply hidden (e.g. the second more sinister anagram on Memory Almost Full")."

Nah, I think that's just called "fantasy". Too bad about you Tafultong. You went down the Iamaphoney/Zeitgeist/Conspiracy cliche rabbit hole and lost yourself.

Anonymous said...

---Reversed Lyrics---

Warmer than the sun, cooler than the air.

[After the silence in the song while played in reverse and very faintly is "I Am, I Am, I Am, Sun, Sun, Sun, Sun"]

I Am The Sun
I Am The Sun
I Am The Last
I Am The Last
I Am The Sun
I absolutely...
am the last

I Am The Sun
I Am The Sun
I Am The Last
I Am The Last
I Am the Sun
I absolutely...
am the last

I Am The Sun
I Am The Sun
I Am The Sun
I Am The Sun

I Am The Last
I Am The Last
I Am The Sun
I absolutely...
am the last
I Am The Last

Here in the dark
Some see
Some see
Some shall see
I Am The Last

Some shall see
How long can they ask?
In the dark

--Sunssol--AKA---Sunsoflight

Anonymous said...

No telling what all is hidden on the new album that is backwards. I bet people will be trying to find every little detail.

Anonymous said...

That sunsol reversal is pretty neat if true. If there's a thematic thread running throughout the Fireman album, the most immediately apparent one to me seems to be an emphasis upon imagery of "light" and "movement": the Fireman is the sun, personified?

This opens up some interesting possibilities for Mr. Phoney...

Anonymous said...

No telling what all is hidden on the new album that is backwards. I bet people will be trying to find every little detail.

November 24, 2008 1:50 PM


so we are all going to buy that album.
viral campaign is working pretty good

Anonymous said...

Warmer than the sun, cooler than the air.

Separate thou ye earth from ye fire, ye subtile from the gross sweetly wth great indoustry.

jojo said...

It's funny, you can make two Heathers by anagramming that phrase. Also the *ahem* "C word"

Two short sentences: Heather ultra moron - Heather win scant.

Tha anagram program is fun, heh. ;-)

Anonymous said...

i am not going to buy the cd because of some stupid angram.

Anonymous said...

A Resurrection Mantra Then Hath Whole

Anonymous said...

i think mommybird is iamaphoneys fith disciple. who is the #6?

Anonymous said...

Just fun stuff.

The Beatles and The Simpsons

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNnJcNEa9rM

Beatles References and Appearances

http://www.snpp.com/guides/beatles.refs.html

"Number 8"!

Anonymous said...

"i think mommybird is iamaphoneys fith disciple. who is the #6?"




you?

can't believe what is happening said...

Wait just a minute.... Paul McCartney put a backwards message into his new album?

Has something like this ever happened BEFORE?

I would be really freaking out if I was me...

Anonymous said...

Can we have more then 12 disciples?
Seems like the regulars have hogged all the slots. Seems to me they could take half salvation and let some other sinners go to Heaven too.

sanguine111 said...

well-i thought mikey's friend got 1,but no vid on contents-hmm,
guess we hafta wait till thier all found,and that means they probly all have same contents..

gladys jenkins said...

http://www.youtube.com/user/gladysjenkins

? ? ? ?


gladysjenkins
Joined: November 22, 2008
Last Sign In: 10 hours ago
Videos Watched: 0
Subscribers: 0
Channel Views: 17
Mercy Hospital School of Nursing

00111227
982200
11091966


Gladys Jenkins, Laura Cook, Garnett Armstrong, Gertrude Scott, Ruth Mason, and Alberta Banks



The Aga Khan Hospital
Age: 42
Country: United Kingdom

Miles Denton Oliver said...

It's a riddle.

A through Z anyone?

I'm working on it.

Anonymous said...

If Iamaphoney is the second coming of Jesus then what does that make Yenz?

The ass Mary and Joseph rode to Bethlehem on?

Anonymous said...

I looked at faulconsnowjob's PID thread at the David Icke forums. It looks like the naysayers just gave up arguing with her and left.

There's a certain irony in people that believe the world is secretly run by shapeshifting lizards thinking this woman is batshit crazy.

Baal said...

Oh yes, Phoney and Paul sure works hand in hand
might even be Pauls idea. Starting up making deliberate wrong spelling, the videos looking amatours, and then slowly raising the Qlty.
I dont know what we can expect next but it is surely exiting.

Anonymous said...

" sanguine111 said...

well-i thought mikey's friend got 1,but no vid on contents-hmm,
guess we hafta wait till thier all found,and that means they probly all have same contents..

November 24, 2008 3:57 PM"


Well said Sanguine111! You always know how to capture complex situations in words. Text words...

Anonymous said...

"There's a certain irony in people that believe the world is secretly run by shapeshifting lizards thinking this woman is batshit crazy.

November 24, 2008 4:22 PM"


The Law is a powerful thing. People might not like it, but they better follow it. Faulconandsnowjob is no one to trifle with. And she knows the law. And three other graduate level degrees. So shapeshifting lizards don't like her? What did you expect? Lizards don't follow the law! This one time, my pet snake... that is another story...

Anonymous said...

Pssst

There is one suitcase with something valuable hidden. I bet the answer is in an iamaphoney video. If you play it backwards, you may find the answer.

Anonymous said...

You can laugh all you want about David Icke and faulconandsnowjob, but one day, when the lizards are eating your children you will know that Paul is Dead is the absolute truth. He was replaced by the Lizard Kings "I am the lizard king, I can do anything" meant that they could replace the worlds most famous man with a shapeshifter lizard. Sometimes the greatest secret is hidden in plain sight.

Anonymous said...

i dont have any children!

Anonymous said...

SEE?!? THE LIZARDS ALREADY ATE THEM!!!

Anonymous said...

Good point! They ate them BEFORE THEY WERE BORN!

Anonymous said...

That's just how devious this control grid has become. Faulconandsnowjob is right. If they can replace Paul, they could replace any one of us.

Tafultong said...

gladys jenkins said...

Gladys Jenkins

Not quite enough here for a post, but just to explore a couple of things for the fun of it...

Paul told reporters that he took on the identity of one Gladys Jenkins for the new Fireman project. He claimed it released him from the limitations that come with trying to make the next Paul McCartney album and allowed him to experiment.

Suddenly there is a new YouTube channel for you guessed it, Gladys Jenkins, complete with an Iamaphoney alias video from a year ago.

The YouTube channel also has the numbers like those that have been turning up on Iamaphoney sites lately.

00111227
982200
11091966

Mercy Hospital School of Nursing was a historically African American Nursing School in Pennsylvania, USA. If you Google it, you will find the names of women including one named Gladys Jenkins as well as the others mentioned on the YouTube channel.

The Aga Khan Hospital is a real hospital in Nairobi, Kenya.

Okay, imaginators, here we go. Let's pretend that the Gladys Jenkins who left this comment on my blog is Iamaphoney.

Now, let's pretend that Paul McCartney used the name Gladys Jenkins on purpose.

Now, let's pretend that Gladys Jenkins from the class on 1928 decided that the career opportunities in the USA were not to her liking and she decided to move to Nairobi, Kenya. Now she would have been in the nursing profession for about 30 years by 1958 when the Aga Khan University Hospital first opened.

But let's pretend she was still working there in late 1966 when Mal Evans and Paul McCartney's lookalike came there so that the latter could have plastic surgery.

If Gladys Jenkins is in fact, the "Nurse Alive" she would be about 100 years old.

Does this make you want to run and grab that suitcase?

Does this make you want to buy that $80 deluxe package of Electric Arguments?

I don't know about you, but it just makes me yearn for a well edited, imaginatively sequenced, tastefully sound-tracked Iamaphoney video.

Anyway, whoever did the Gladys comment and did the YouTube site, I appreciate your creativity.

Anonymous said...

I hope they bow to your superiority, Taf.

Anonymous said...

Tafultong said...

Does this make you want to run and grab that suitcase?

No.

Does this make you want to buy that $80 deluxe package of Electric Arguments?

No.

I don't know about you, but it just makes me yearn for a well edited, imaginatively sequenced, tastefully sound-tracked Iamaphoney video.

Really? Like we need yet another one of those?

Anonymous said...

A Satanic Heathen Rum Rot Nether Whorl

Tafultong said...

Anonymous said...

I hope they bow to your superiority, Taf.

Eeeek! I'm real uncomfortable with that thought. Some people here understand what I'm trying to do and I am deeply grateful about that. Some don't always get what I'm trying to say, but they leave their opinions and I appreciate that they took the time to visit the site.

But overall, this blogging experience has helped me to learn a lot of things, make a few friends, share my knowledge and love for the Beatles and talk about my interest in Iamphoney's videos.

I like being appreciated, but I have no need to feel superior to anyone. If it looks that way, I am screwing up in my communication skills.

Anonymous said...

A Charlatan's Thirteenth New Hoe Rumor

Anonymous said...

So is he singing "Paul is dead! Really, really dead!!"...or not?

Tafultong said...

Anonymous said...

A Satanic Heathen Rum Rot Nether Whorl

A Charlatan's Thirteenth New Hoe Rumor

Yeah, when you've got that many letters to work with, you can come up with just about anything.

Anonymous said...

"Yeah, when you've got that many letters to work with, you can come up with just about anything."

The PIA community thanks you for catching on.

Anonymous said...

Charlatan, Herewith Mentor A Hot Nurse

LOL

Anonymous said...

Nowhere Man: A Slit Torn Thru Heartache

Anonymous said...

"There's a certain irony in people that believe the world is secretly run by shapeshifting lizards thinking this woman is batshit crazy."

very true.

Anonymous said...

Fun Game Time:

How many anagrams can you make out of:

Sit on it, Potsy!

Tafultong said...

Anonymous said...

Speaking of that Mikey (or anyone listening in), do you by any chance have an isolated vocal track of the Sgt. Pepper reprise?

I guess Mike hasn't answered this question yet. There were some isolated Sgt. Pepper tracks that appeared last year. I think it started with a podcast, and Terry Ott had some links on his blog. They have since been cleaned up and put on some file sharing sites.

I don't know if the Sgt. Pepper Reprise was among them. If you search for "Sgt. Pepper Multitracks" you should be able to find what is available.

Tafultong said...

Anonymous said...

How many anagrams can you make out of: Sit on it, Potsy!

Are you sure that you have the correct spelling of Potsy? I would hate to spend all that time working on it and then find out that it has nothing to do with the Beatles.

Anonymous said...

A Sacramental Twin: Here He Honor Truth

Anonymous said...

Thanks for addressing the reprise question. I'm really curious about that bit.

Anonymous said...

yon' it stops it?

Anonymous said...

O, 'tis in pot sty.

Anonymous said...

No TY! It is stop!

Anonymous said...

Interesting (from the wiki):

McCartney's yelling voice in the coda section of "Sgt. Pepper (Reprise)" (just before the segue into "A Day in the Life") can plainly be heard in the mono version, but is nearly inaudible in the stereo version.

[LINK]

Tafultong said...

Anonymous said...

McCartney's yelling voice in the coda section of "Sgt. Pepper (Reprise)" (just before the segue into "A Day in the Life") can plainly be heard in the mono version, but is nearly inaudible in the stereo version.

Yes, that's true. You can hear it the mix on the Mobile Fidelity Labs Stereo version however.

Anonymous said...

Tafultong said....I would hate to spend all that time working on it and then find out that it has nothing to do with the Beatles.


Hey man, you just described your own blog!

I say Anson Williams has as much to do with the Beatles as any of the clap trap IAAP is spewing. In fact I'd say the whole Chuck Cunningham story is a dead giveaway.

Anonymous said...

Is he singing "Paul is dead! Really, really dead!"???

Anonymous said...

Don't be harshing on Tafultong. His blog has more to do with the Beatles than IAAP does, imho, and I appreciate that.

Anonymous said...

Is he singing "Paul is dead! Really, really dead!"???

What do you think? DUH...no

Anonymous said...

Tafultong is a nice guy but a bit naive.

Tafultong said...

Warmer than the sun
Cooler than the air.

Warm hearts, cold clay!
Bright day, dim night!


Does anyone know what this is?

Anonymous said...

Read the press release about how Paul came up with the lyrics for the album. They're all lines from other writer's poetry books.

Tafultong said...

Even if its just one hour, I wilt just like a fading flower

Ah! the old years! Come back, ye vanished hours
We wasted; come, grow red, ye faded flowers!


Does anybody know what this is?

Anonymous said...

Jude said...

'Tis a good album. But like most Macca recordings, you sort of need to listen to it a couple of times for it to grow on you.

November 24, 2008 10:18 AM


Good comment Jude

Anonymous said...

Jude said...

By the way, I think he's saying something else a moment before he says "warmer than the sun, cooler than the air", but for the life of me I can't decipher what it is.

November 24, 2008 10:44 AM


Great comment Jude

Anonymous said...

Blogger MikeNL said...

i'll just listen to the multitracks of electric arguments.

then i can isolate that vocal track.

November 24, 2008 11:23 AM


You are our only hope MikeNL

Anonymous said...

De Profundis by Aleister Crowley

Tafultong said...

Anonymous said...

De Profundis by Aleister Crowley

Correct. I must have read the press release.

Anonymous said...

you are fast as lightning Taf! You Kung Fu fighting?

Anonymous said...

sinker line and hook

Aleister Crowley ambergris said...

AMBERGRIS
A SELECTION FROM THE POEMS
OF
ALEISTER CROWLEY
LONDON
ELKIN MATHEWS, VIGO STREEM
MCMX
Page 2
Keyed and proofread
by Fra. A.B.N.
Copyright (c) Ordo Templi Orientis
JAF Box 7666
New York NY 10116 USA
www.oto.org
Page 3
PREFACE
IN response to a widely-spread lack of interest in my writings, I
have consented to publish a small and unrepresentative selection
from the same. With characteristic cunning I have not included any
poems published later than the Third Volume of my Collected Works.
The selection has been made by a committee of seven compe-
tent persons, sitting separately.
Only those poems have been included which obtained a
majority vote.
This volume, thus almost ostentatiously de-mocratic, is there-
fgore now submitted to the British Public with the fullent confidence
that it will be received with exactly the same amount of acclamation
as that to which I have become accustomed.
ALEISTER CROWLEY.

AMBERGRIS
FROM THE TALE OF ARCHAIS
Song
Ere the grape of joy is golden
With the summer and the sun,
Ere the maidens unbeholden
Gather one by one,
To the vineyard comes the shower,
No sweet rain to fresh the flower
But the thunder rain that cleaves,
Rends and ruins tender leaves.
Ere the wine of perfect pleasure
From a perfect chalice poured,
Swells the veins with such a measure
As the garden s lord
Makes his votaries dance to, death
Draws with soft delicious breath
To the maiden and the man.
Love and life are both a span.
Page 8
AMBERGRIS--2
Ere the crimson lips have planted
Paler roses, warmer grapes,
Ere the maiden breasts have panted,
And the sunny shapes
Flit around to bless the hour,
Comes men know not what false flower :
Ere the cup is drained, the wine
Grows unsweet, that was divine.
All the subtle airs are proven
False at dewfall ; at the dawn
Sin and sorrow, interwoven,
Like a veil are drawn
Over love and all delight.
Grey desires invade the white.
Love and life are but a span ;
Woe is me ! and woe is man !
Page 9
3
In Hollow Stones, Scawfell
Blind the iron pinnacles edge the twilight ;
Blind and black the ghylls of the mountain clefted,
Crag and snow-clad slope in a distant vision
Rise as before me.
Here (it seems) my feet by a tiny torrent
Press the moss with a glad delight of being :
Here my eyes look up to the riven mountain
Split by the thunder,
Rent and rifted, shattered of wind and lightning,
Smitten, scarred, and stricken of sun and tempest,
Seamed with wounds, like adamant, shod with iron,
Torn by the earthquake.
Still through all the stresses of doubtful weather
Hold the firm old pinnacles, sky-defying ;
Still the icy feet of the wind relentless.
Walk in their meadows.
Page 10
4--AMBERGRIS
Fields that flower not, blossom in no new springtide;
Fields where grass nor herb nor abounding darnel
Flourish ; fields more barren, devoid, than ocean s
Pasture ungarnered.
Deserts, stone as arid as sand, savannahs
Black with wrecks, a wilderness evil, fruitless ;
Still, to me, a land of the bluest heaven
Studded with silver.
Castles bleak and bare as the wrath of ocean,
Wasted wall and tower, as the blast had risen,
Taken keep and donjon, and hurled the earthward,
Rent and uprooted.
Such rock-ruins people me tribes and nations,
Kings and queens and princes as pure as dawning,
Brave as day and true ; and a happy people
Lulled into freedom ;
Nations past the stormier times of tyrants,
Past the sudden spark of a great rebellion,
Past the iron gates that are thrust asunder
Not without bloodshed :
Page 11
IN HOLLOW STONES, SCAWFELL--5
Past the rule of might and the rule of lying,
Free from gold s illusion, and free to cherish
Joys of life diviner than war and passion--
Falsest of phantoms.
Only now true love, like a sun of molten
Glory, surging up from a sea of liquid
Silver, golden, exquisite, overflowing,
Soars into starland.
Sphere on sphere unite in the chant of wonder
Star to star must add to the glowing chorus ;
Sun and moon must mingle and speed the echo
Flaming through heaven.
Night and day divide, and the music strengthens,
Gathers roar of seas and the dirge of moorlands ;
Tempest, thunder, birds, and the breeze of summer
Join to augment it.
So the sound-world, filled of the fire of all things,
Rolls majestic torrents of mighty music
Through the stars where dwell the avenging spirits
Bound in the whirlwind . . .
Page 12
6--AMBERGRIS
So the cliffs their Song . . . For the mist regathers,
Girds them bride-like, fit for the sun to kiss them ;
Darkness falls like dewfall about the hill-sides ;
Night is upon me.
Now to me remain in the doubtful twilight
Stretches bare of flower, but touched with whispers,
Grey with huddled rocks, and a space of woodland,
Pine-tree and poplar.
Now a stream to ford and a stile to clamber ;
Last the inn, a book, and a quiet corner . . .
Fresh as Spring, there kisses me on the forehead
Sleep, like a sister.
Page 13
FROM SONGS OF THE SPIRIT
The Goad
ajn uJgro n a;mptaivhn
ai;qe ra pu rsw gai as JEllani a_
ajste ra_ eJsple rou_
oi{on, oi{on a[lgo_ e[paqon, fivlai.
Euripides.
Amsterdam, December 23rd, 1897.
Let me pass out beyond the city gate.
All day I loitered in the little streets
Of black worn houses tottering, like the fate
That hangs above my head even now, and meets
Prayer and defiance as not hearing it.
They lean, these old black streets ! a little sky
Peeps through the gap, the rough stone path is lit
Just for a little by the sun, and I
Watch his red face pass over, fade away
To other streets, and other passengers,
See him take pleasure where the heathen pray,
See him relieve the hunter of his furs,
Page 14
8--AMBERGRIS
All the wide world awaiting him, all folk
Glad at his coming, only I must weep :
Rise he or sink, my weary eyes invoke
Only the respite of a little sleep ;
Sleep, just a little space of sleep, to rest
The fevered head and cool the aching eyes ;
Sleep for a space, to fall upon the breast
Of the dear God, that He may sympathise.
Long has the day drawn out ; a bitter frost
Sparkles along the streets ; the shipping heaves
With the slow murmur of the sea, half lost
In the last rustle of forgotten leaves.
Over the bridges pass the throngs ; the sound,
Deep and insistent, penetrates the mist
I hear it not ; I contemplate the wound
Stabbed in the flanks of my dear silver Christ.
He hangs in anguish there ; the crown of thorns
Pierces that palest brow ; the nails drip blood ;
There is the wound ; no Mary by Him mourns,
There is no John beside the cruel wood.
I am alone to kiss the silver lips ;
I rend my clothing for the temple veil ;
My heart s black night must act the sun s eclipse ;
My groans must play the earthquake, till I quail
Page 15
THE GOAD--9
At my own dark imagining. And now
The wind is bitterer : the air breeds snow ;
I put my Christ away ; I turn my brow
Towards the south stedfastly ; my feet must go
Some journey of despair. I dare not turn
To meet the sun ; I will not follow him :
Better to pass where sand and sulphur burn,
And days are hazed with heat, and nights are dim
With some malarial poison. Better lie
Far and forgotten on some desert isle,
Where I may watch the silent ships go by,
And let them share my burden for awhile.
Let me pass out beyond the city gate
Where I may wander by the water still,
And see the faint few stars immaculate
Watch their own beauty in its depth, and chill
Their own desire within its icy stream.
Let me move on with vacant eyes, as one
Lost in the labyrinth of some ill dream,
Move and move on, and never see the sun
Lap all the mist with orange and red gold,
Throw some lank windmill into iron shade,
And stir the chill canal with manifold
Rays of clear morning ; never grow afraid
Page 16
10--AMBERGRIS
When he dips down beyond the far fiat land,
Know never more the day and night apart,
Know not where frost has laid his iron hand
Save only that it fastens on my heart ;
Save only that it grips with icy fire
These veins no fire of hell could satiate ;
Save only that it quenches this desire.
Let me pass out beyond the city gate.
Page 17
11
Astrology
A lonely spirit seeks the mignight hour,
When souls have power
To cast away one moment bonds of clay,
And touch the day
With pallid, wistful lips beyond the earth,
And bring to birth
New thoughts with which life long has travail d ;
As if one dead
Should rise and utter secrets of the tomb,
And from hell s womb
Or heaven s breast bring all the load of fears,
Toils of long years,
Sorrows of life and agonies of death,
Hard caught-up breath,
The labouring hands of love, the cheeks of shame,
The gloomy flame
Of lust, the cruel torment of desire
More than hell fire,
And bid them fade, as if the bryony
Let her flower die,
Page 18
12--AMBERGRIS
And banished them through space, as if a star
Dropped through the far
Vault of the sky, and, as a lamp extinct
With blood-red tinct,
Went out. So lonely in mysterious night
A wild, strange light
Flickers around the sacred head of man,
And bids him scan
The scroll of heaven, and see if there be not,
Black with no blot
Of cloud, but golden lettered on the blue
That mothers dew,
This message of good hope, good trust, good fate,
And good estate :
Work on, hope ever, let your faith be built
Of gold ungilt ;
Your love exceed the starry vault for height,
The heaven for might ;
Your faith wax firmer than a ship at sleep
On the grey deep,
Anchored in some most certain anchorage
From ocean s rage ;
Your patience stand when mountains shake and quail
Before the gale
Page 19
ASTROLOGY--13
Of God s great tribulation. Make thee sure
Thou canst endure!
And work, work ever, sleep not, gird thy head
With garlands red
Of blood from swollen veins forced in bitter toil
To win some spoil
Of knowledge from the caverns of the deep!
So shall the steep
Pathways of heaven gleam with loftier fires
Than earth s desires.
So shall thou conquer Space, and lastly climb
The walls of Time,
And by the golden path the great have trod
Reach up to God!
Page 20
14--AMBERGRIS
FROM JEPHTHAH
Chorus of Maidens
O the time of dule and teen !
O the dove the hawk has snared !
Would to God we had not been,
We, who see our maiden queen,
Love has slain whom hate had spared.
Sorrow for our sister sways
All our maiden bosoms bared
To the dying vesper rays,
Where the sun below the bays
Of the West is stooping ;
All our hearts together drooping,
Flowers the ocean bears.
All the garb that gladness wears
To a rent uncouth attire
Changed with cares ;
Happy songs our love had made
Ere the sun had sunk his fire,
In the moonrise fall and fade,
Page 21
CHORUS OF MAIDENS--15
And the dregs of our desire
Fall away to death.
Tears divide our labouring breath
That our sister O our sister !
Moon and sun and stars have kissed her !
She must tough the lips of death,
Touch the lips whose coldness saith :
Thou art clay.
Let us fare away, away
To the ice whose ocean gray
Tumbles on the beach of rock,
Where the wheeling vultures mock
Our distress with horrid cries ;
Where the flower relenting dies,
And the sun is sharp to slay ;
Where the ivory dome above
Glimmers like the dawn of love
On the weary way ;
Where the ibex chant and call
Over tempest s funeral ;
Where the horn d beast is shrill,
And the eagle hath its will,
And the shadows fall
Sharp and black, till day is passed
Over to the ocean vast ;
Page 22
16--AMBERGRIS
Where the barren rocks resound
Only to the rending roar
Of the shattering streams that pour
Rocks by ice eternal bound,
Myriad cascades that crowned
Once the far resounding throne
Of the mountain spirits strong,
All the treacherous souls that throng
Desolate abodes of stone,
Barren of all comely things,
Given to the splended kings,
Gloomy state, and glamour dark,
Swooping jewel-feathered wings,
Eyes translucent with a spark
Of the world of fire, that swings
Gates of adamant below
Lofty minarets of snow.
Thence the towering flames arise,
Where the flashes white and wise
Find their mortal foe.
Let us thither, caring not
Anything, or any more,
Since the sorrow of our lot
Craves to pass the abysmal door.
Never more for us shall twine
Page 23
CHORUS OF MAIDENS--17
Rosy fingers on the vine.
Never maiden lips shall cull
Myriad blossoms beautiful.
Never cheeks shall dimple over
At the perfume of the clover.
Never bosoms bright and round
Shall be garlanded and bound
With the chain of myrtle, wreathed
By the fingers of the maid
Each has chosen for a mate,
When the west wind lately breathed
Murmurs in the wanton glade
Of the day that dawneth late
In a maiden s horoscope,
Dawning faith and fire and hope
On the spring that only knew
Flowers and butterflies and dew,
Skies and seas and mountains blue,
On the spring that wot not of
Fruit and falling leaves and love.
Never dew-dashed foreheads fair
Sall salute the idle air.
Never shall we wander deep
Where the fronds of fern, asleep,
Kiss her rosy feet that pass
Page 24
18--AMBERGRIS
On the spangled summer grass,
Half awake, and drowse again.
Never more our feet shall stain
Purple with the joyous grape,
Whence there rose a fairy shape
In the fume and must and juice,
Singing lest our eyes escape
All his tunic wried and loose
With the feet that softly trod
In the vat the fairy god.
Never more our eyes shall swim
Looking for the love of him
In the magic moon that bent
Over maidens moon-content,
When the summer woods were wet
With our dewy songs, that set
Quivering all seas and snows,
Stars and tender winds that fret
Lily, lily, laughing rose,
Sighing, sighing violet,
Dusky pansy, swaying rush,
And the stream that flows
Singing, ringing softly : Hush !
Listen to the bird that goes
Wooing to the brown mate s bough ;
Page 25
CHORUS OF MAIDENS--19
Listen to the breeze that blows
Over cape and valley now
At the silence of the noon,
Or the slumber hour
Of the white delicious moon
Like a lotus-flower !
Let us sadly, slowly, to
To the silence of the snow !
Page 26
20--AMBERGRIS
FROM MYSTERIES
De Profundis
Blood, mist, and foam, then darkness. On my eyes
Sits heaviness, the poor worn body lies
Devoid of nerve and muscle; it were death
Save for the heart that throbs, the breast that sighs.
The brain reels drowsily, the mind is dulled,
Deadened and drowned by noises that are lulled
By the harsh poison of the hateful breath.
All sense and sound and seeing is annulled.
Within a body dead a deadened brain
Beats with the burden of a shameful pain,
The sullen agony that dares to think,
And think through sleep, and wake to think again.
Fools ! bitter fools ! Our breaths and kisses seem
Constrained in devilry, debauch, and dream :
Lives logged in the morass of meat and drink,
Loves dipped in Phlegethon, the perjured stream.
Page 27
DE PROFUNDIS--21
Behold we would that hours and minutes pass,
Watch the sands falling in the eager glass ;
To wile their weariness is pleasure s bliss ;
But ah ! the years ! like smoke They fade, alas !
We weep them as they slip away ; we gaze
Back on the likeness of the former days
The hair we fondle and the lips we kiss
Roses grow yellow, and no purple stays.
Ah ! the old years ! Come back, ye vanished hours
We wasted ; come, grow red, ye faded flowers !
What boots the weariness of olden time
Now, when old age, a tempest-fury, lowers?
Up to high God beyond the weary land
The days drift mournfully ; His hoary hand
Gathers them. Is it so ? My Foolish rime
Dreams they are links upon an endless band.
The planets draw in endless orbits round
The sun ; itself revolves in the profound
Black wells of space ; the comet s mystic track
By the strong rule of a closed curve is bound

Anonymous said...

quote is at the end...

Anonymous said...

page 27 on that pdf

http://www.io.com/~secret/oto.org/collected-works/ambergris.pdf

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Tafultong is a nice guy but a bit naive.

November 24, 2008 7:06 PM


Sometimes things are not what they seem

Anonymous said...

I missed "Bad Ass Crowley Tafultong"

Tafultong said...

In his interview regarding adopting the persona of Gladys Jenkins, Paul added:

"It was quite thrilling, that's how we approached (classic 1967 Beatles record) Sgt. Pepper's. It's like you're playing instead of working."

Funny how he seems to feel obligated to bring up Sgt. Pepper every chance he gets.

Anonymous said...

By the way, the awful Crowley poem is actually an anagram.

Tafultong said...

Anonymous said...

By the way, the awful Crowley poem is actually an anagram.

I rarely write little webisms like LOL, but if I were to do so, this would certainly warrant it.

Anonymous said...

Liber 231

Anonymous said...

"Funny how he seems to feel obligated to bring up Sgt. Pepper every chance he gets.

November 24, 2008 8:54 PM"


This is an excellent point Tafultong.

Jude said...

He's saying "come here"; before he says "warmer than the sun", etc., Paul whispers "come here".

Jude said...

At least that is what it sounds like to me. I can't be bothered with all that track isolation business that Mike is so good at, so I can't really too sure.

Anonymous said...

thank you for trying jude!

Anonymous said...

paul is dead - the rotten apple 2 you hear it claer as a bell.Paul is dead really dead.

Anonymous said...

Jude,

Come here could also be come hear, a double entendre.

Is this also an inference to two men who sound alike but with different intentions? Nah, that is absurd.

Anonymous said...

My nipples stink of cheese,

SIEG HEIL!

Anonymous said...

oy vey

Anonymous said...

iamaphoney
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Anonymous said...

I don't understand the appeal of Crowley, or why McCartney is quoting him on his album. what is the point?

Anonymous said...

" Jude said...
He's saying "come here"; before he says "warmer than the sun", etc., Paul whispers "come here"."



uh, duh? come here?

Anonymous said...

Tafultong said...
See that, Paul? Surely I deserve a complementary copy of the $80 deluxe version. Come on, I already spent $25 for the first track and I'll be shelling out $10 tomorrow for the standard CD. Think about it, will ya?

I did, too.
Had to sell stuff to do it, but I did!
People are saying that the other disc might be a 'make your own re-mix' deal, like that thing he did when "Chaos" came out.
vince.

MikeNL said...

Anonymous said...
I did, too.
Had to sell stuff to do it, but I did!
People are saying that the other disc might be a 'make your own re-mix' deal, like that thing he did when "Chaos" came out.
vince.

November 25, 2008 6:42 AM

what, are you saying that there are multi-tracks for chaos and creation available?

Tafultong said...

MikeNL wrote:


what, are you saying that there are multi-tracks for chaos and creation available?


There was a program you could download from Paul's site that had isolated snippets from various songs from "Chaos and Creation." You could assemble and mix the clips within the program to create your own piece.

They also had a contest where they gave a reward for the best one.

The clips consisted of brief vocal and instrumental passages and it was a lot of fun, but there were no entire songs to remix or anything like he is offering now.

The bottom line was that you could make something that sounded cool, but the software was severely limited. Mine was lost when my computer hard drive crashed on April 10, 2008.

jammie said...

Paul posted money in iamaphoney from rotten apple 37 everything did change after that. and The Fireman was to be brought in position, I think.

billisher said...

Paul posted money in iamaphoney from rotten apple 37 everything did change after that. and The Fireman was to be brought in position, I think.

November 25, 2008 7:26 AM


correct

Anonymous said...

I feel so used.

Anonymous said...

So the IAAP mystery can be put to rest now?

Anonymous said...

"I looked at faulconsnowjob's PID thread at the David Icke forums. It looks like the naysayers just gave up arguing with her and left."

Just about everything she presents as 'evidence' has been debunked over and over again - but she just ignores the best counter-arguments and sticks her fingers in her ears. People have stopped bothering with her because she's just repeating herself now. It has become futile and, frankly, very boring.

Some of the posters on that forum are not as crazy as you might imagine.

Anonymous said...

The same could easily transfer to iaap land.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
"I feel so used."

Like a broken prophylactic on the streets of Berlin.

I hear ya.

come here, phoney. The excitement is OVER.

Anonymous said...

Tafultong said...


The clips consisted of brief vocal and instrumental passages and it was a lot of fun, but there were no entire songs to remix or anything like he is offering now.

The bottom line was that you could make something that sounded cool, but the software was severely limited. Mine was lost when my computer hard drive crashed on April 10, 2008.



Was a winner even NAMED?

vince.

MikeNL said...

tafultong said...
Mine was lost when my computer hard drive crashed on April 10, 2008.

---

april 10 huh...
hmm.

that's the day the interview would happen.

Anonymous said...

I never put much stock in the viral marketing campaign theory but I bought the Fireman CD today and there are anagrams all over the package.

"no no sam it aint no anagram"

"the purpose is to meet you at your fire place"

...and this one blew me away. Remember IAAP's "The fireman is no mason"?

Now we have McCartney's: "The fireman is no nickname-simply a warm place in the head".

If the whole purpose of IAAP was to create buzz for this Fireman CD then I guess it was successful because I just bought the shittiest Paul McCartney CD of all time. This Fireman record makes Wild Life look like a work of genius. It sounds like Tom Waits and Pink Floyd got together and let Paul yelp a little on top of the tracks. There's maybe 2 decent songs here. I can only imagine the audience for this record would be McCartney completists, arrogant experimental music snobs and conspiracy freaks who can't wait to play the whole thing backwards.

If McCartney is in any way connected with IAAP or was so desperate to generate hype for this turkey of an album and condoned IAAP's disgusting videos then my opinion of Paul is at an all time low.

You'll be seeing my copy on Ebay shortly.

jammie said...

if paul is behind this and it sure looks like it could be true, then what will the next step be, now the lid is off?

Anonymous said...

I don't think the lid is off anything to be honest. It could simply be a case of Paul saying "Hey, I've made a freaky album so why don't I take over the freaky shit that's online about me and get them all to shell out money for a freaky CD that's definitely not going to sell well."

I"ll say this. If you were one of the handful of people who thought IAAP was going to expose Paul as a fake then this is a really depressing day for you.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous, the "no no sam, it ain't no anagram" and "the fireman is no mason" were not the work of IAAP, they were long ago included in the promotional interview and website set up for the Fireman project. IAAP has flashed the six or seven phrases from that defunct site such as "the fireman is no mason" and "the fireman blows his mind" (as has ykmn231) but IAAP has never offered any anagram solutions for them. The only "solved" anagram I can think of from IAAP is King of Cosmania = Son of the Magickian, although that one might have been on NIR first (does anyone know?). It's not a true anagram because it only uses a part of the original phrase (The king of cosmania and surrounding regions or something like that), and generally "magickian" is not a term Crowley used to identify himself, although he started the practice of inserting a "K" into "magick" to differentiate it from old ideas about magic. "The fireman is no nickname--simply a warm place in the head" doesn't sounds more like a sales pitch than an actual anagram.

Anonymous said...

I stand corrected then.

Still a lousy CD though. What was Paul thinking?

Anonymous said...

What was Paul thinking? One could ask that of just about everything he's done since 1970 (although he showed flashes of brilliance up through Venus and Mars, and here and there up to the present).

Anonymous said...

Since around the time of White Album/Abbey Road, Paul has increasingly liked the idea of just coming up with whatever ideas come into his head, with little objective critique. This Fireman was done one song per day, and I dare say even Lennon and McCartney would have ended up with some utter rubbish had they tried that approach for an entire album.

Anonymous said...

Yeah yeah , nice album cover, nice record sound...blah blah blah....now, Paul is dead or not? or replaced? or anything ? or nothing?

Anonymous said...

The first was PABLO, here see:
http://paulisdead.creatuforo.com/que-tipo-bravo-tema701.html

Anonymous said...

Ha! Reenter Rotten Cult, Hash Hair Woman!

Anonymous said...

"Yeah yeah , nice album cover, nice record sound...blah blah blah....now, Paul is dead or not? or replaced? or anything ? or nothing?"

Yeah, not dead or replaced. Have a good one, bro.

Anonymous said...

I wonder when Paul is gonna comment on this phenomenon.

Anonymous said...

Didn't the press sort of "out" him on the Fireman stuff before there was any official comment on that?

Anonymous said...

They still owe Mikey (and by extension all of us) an interview, I think.

Anonymous said...

Okay, okay, here's the interview:

Q: is Paul dead? Was he replaced?

IAAP: nope.

Q: are you Paul?

IAAP: nope.

Q: was the Rotten Apple series viral marketing for Fireman?

IAAP: nope.

Q: anything earth-shattering in those suitcases?

IAAP: nope.

Q: what is the Love Code you said would blow our minds?

IAAP: The word "Love" when mirrored looks kind of like the word "Code." Other than that, beats the hell out of me.

Q: Why did you go to all the trouble, then?

IAAP: Like most YouTube directors, I was hoping to bring in some viewers and maybe generate some interest in my original tunes.

Q: So should we keep waiting or is there never going to be any major mind blowing secret revealed?

IAAP: keep waiting. You guys are excellent waiters. Sorry, English is not my first language.

Q: Aha! so you ARE Paul!

IAAP: can't make this stuff up, folks.

MikeNL said...

Anonymous said...
They still owe Mikey (and by extension all of us) an interview, I think.

November 25, 2008 5:21 PM

interview is still on.

Anonymous said...

Sad but probably true. -Though I probably would have asked something about "the voice"...the "breaking ranks" fellow.

Anonymous said...

interview is still on.

Oh when oh when oh when?????










I do not believe you.

Anonymous said...

MikeNL said...

Anonymous said...
They still owe Mikey (and by extension all of us) an interview, I think.

November 25, 2008 5:21 PM

interview is still on.

November 25, 2008 6:01 PM


Motherfuc*er! Then there is HOPE!

Anonymous said...

"interview is still on.

November 25, 2008 6:01 PM"

What a coup! Good job Mikey! How did you convince IAAP to do it???

Anonymous said...

Props to the NL, word to your mother...s
basement

Anonymous said...

Paul posted money in iamaphoney from rotten apple 37 everything did change after that. and The Fireman was to be brought in position, I think.

November 25, 2008 7:26 AM


correct


Here, here.

Anonymous said...

Tafultong said...
See that, Paul? Surely I deserve a complementary copy of the $80 deluxe version. Come on, I already spent $25 for the first track and I'll be shelling out $10 tomorrow for the standard CD. Think about it, will ya?


No. He and his cohorts sucked you out of every dollar they could. Suck it up, sheep (the RAM will fuck you eventually).

Anonymous said...

It was time for sir Paul to get the last laugh and fleece the PID sheep.

baaaaaaaa baaaaaaa baaaaaaa

Anonymous said...

Guess what? He aint dead, HE IS RICH!

Anonymous said...

amenstop

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous said...

Guess what? He aint dead, HE IS RICH!

November 25, 2008 8:41 PM"




when iaap reveals, you will think differently

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous said...

amenstop

November 25, 2008 8:41 PM"



funny you should mention that

Anonymous said...

"when iaap reveals, you will think differently

November 25, 2008 8:42 PM"



he better hurry, no one will be around to watch

Anonymous said...

"
he better hurry, no one will be around to watch

November 25, 2008 8:43 PM"


funny you should mention THAT!
IAAP has more subscribers NOW then at any other time, so I think someone will be watching

Anonymous said...

"
funny you should mention THAT!
IAAP has more subscribers NOW then at any other time, so I think someone will be watching

November 25, 2008 8:44 PM"


Remember the subscriber list posted here last week? Many of those accounts are closed, and or IAAP sub accounts. That may explain the low view count to IAAP's recent videos. More "subscribers", less real eyeballs to watch those videos.

Anonymous said...

http://www.seiyaku.com/customs/crosses/broken.html

Fuck Peace

Anonymous said...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sig_rune

Sigtyr (God of victory), a name of Odin

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_names_of_Odin

Here comes wal-mart's new son

Anonymous said...

"Sig" == "Sun" == "Victory"

Anonymous said...

"Sig" == "Sun" == "Victory"

Anonymous said...

GFA was on to something with his Nordic symbolism.

Anonymous said...

"when iaap reveals, you will think differently"

Oh bullshit. You Phoney-dupes have been saying that for two years now. Blah blah blah

In case you haven't noticed IAAP is now the laughingstock and public whipping boy of PID.

Anonymous said...

Lucy,

Helios' golden boat.

Disinfo

Anonymous said...

"funny you should mention THAT!
IAAP has more subscribers NOW then at any other time, so I think someone will be watching"


Yeah the fake ass accounts he opens to make it look like he's got more fans than he really does. This guy is so desperate and embarrassing. It's so much fun to watch him sink into his own shit.

Anonymous said...

Phoney hasn't revealed anything objective thus far, why would you believe he would manage to reveal anything in the future? There is nothing in the RA series that isn't in some shape or form on NIR or in other PID sites.

Anonymous said...

"Sieg Heil" was reserved for mass meetings such as the ones at Nuremberg where "Sieg Heil" was shouted in unison by thousands. IAAP as a cam-whore, metro-sexual, Nuremberg eagle tatoo-fag.......

Anonymous said...

"Sun Hail"

Anonymous said...

Helios' Golden Boat

Anonymous said...

Here come's the sun, people...

Yet more than half of you will still look for green reptiles...

Anonymous said...

The other halves farts smell like cheese and are responsible for 1/3 of many of these comments..

Anonymous said...

http://archives.cnn.com/2002/SHOWBIZ/Movies/03/28/rings.beatles/

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous said...
Lucy,

Helios' golden boat.

Disinfo"



Disinfo,

what about it? the halo effect? does the chariot await?

Lucy

Anonymous said...

In case you haven't noticed IAAP is now the laughingstock and public whipping boy of PID.

November 25, 2008 9:02 PM


So was Christ.
Look how that turned out.

Just because a majority is ridiculing someone doesn't mean they are wrong.

Anonymous said...

wrong to ridicule?

chi-ro at least said something.

Anonymous said...

loliae!

Anonymous said...

never let 5 minutes to an hour of youtube videos convince you, you're worshiping butter, or beatles, or reptiles, or IAAP...

Anonymous said...

He comes to you if you don't bother him.
He just likes to do his own thing.

Anonymous said...

aureole or aureola
Noun
1. a ring of light surrounding the head of a figure represented as holy; halo
2. the sun's corona, visible as a faint halo during eclipses [Latin aurum gold]

Anonymous said...

" He comes to you if you don't bother him.
He just likes to do his own thing."



I'll fold. Who?

Janet said...

Red man in the city
Poor man in the city
Black man in the city
Fat man in the city
Red man
Black man
Fat man
Blue man
I don't know the rest of the words
'Cause I made it up just for you...

Anonymous said...

Thanksgiving poem?

Anonymous said...

In three days Mikey will return from Mount Sinai.

With 3 lovers.

3 days he'll stay.

Anonymous said...

mike who?

Anonymous said...

loliae! ¯\(°_o)/¯

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

loliae! ¯\(°_o)/¯

que?

Anonymous said...

卍? lol

Rudolf Koch & Geometric231:
- This typeface is featured in the O RLY? Internet meme.
- The typeface was also used extensively in the credits and on-screen lyrics for the movie, Yellow Submarine.

Anonymous said...

¿Qué?

Anonymous said...

"卍? lol

Rudolf Koch & Geometric231:
- This typeface is featured in the O RLY? Internet meme.
- The typeface was also used extensively in the credits and on-screen lyrics for the movie, Yellow Submarine."

ok...so? it's a sun thing? 4 quarters? c'mon ... this is taking way too long ..

what 卍? lol

your corona said...

er, wat? mike? pupilch? amirite?

Anonymous said...

¿Qué? lofl

0 said...

Goodnoght. Sleep tight.
Now the sun turns out his light.

Anonymous said...

Rudolf Koch (1876-11-20 - 1934-04-09) was a leading German calligrapher, typographic artist and teacher, born in Nuremberg. He was primarily a calligrapher with the Gebr. Klingspor foundry. He created several typefaces, both in fraktur and roman styles. Fritz Kredel studied under Koch at the Offenbach School of Design.
Koch wrote a book comprised of 493 old-world symbols, monograms and runes entitled

http://www.amazon.com/Book-Signs-Dover-Pictorial-Archive/dp/0486201627


happy?

Jimmy said...

very much so

Anonymous said...

The book looks cool.

Anonymous said...

lolcats meme macro's are via extra-dimensional, shape-shifting, reptilians beings.


This is what faulpaulblowjob REALLY wants you to believe.

Anonymous said...

how could you explain that another way?

jammie said...

"Phoney hasn't revealed anything objective thus far, why would you believe he would manage to reveal anything in the future? There is nothing in the RA series that isn't in some shape or form on NIR or in other PID sites."

Come on, before iaap pid was dying, and most of his clues wasnt seen before He came on stage.
Or maybe you can tell me otherwise, give me examples on what you suggest iaap stole from those narrowminded sites.

hi there! said...

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Anonymous said...

ready to sing

Anonymous said...

from the same hymnal

Anonymous said...

looks like gfa is not playing with his realdoll anymore

Anonymous said...

her name was Lily

Anonymous said...

Isn't it Lily?

Anonymous said...

199!

pmc27 said...

Hi, we made this discovery long ago in our spanish forum. You can check it here: http://paulisdead.creatuforo.com/que-tipo-bravo-tema701.html

:)

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