Always There: Weekly Photo Challenge – Security

Great photo, and from a personal point of view, a beautiful blending of greenYgrey and PinkyOrangePurple.

Right Steps & Poui Trees

“For this week’s challenge, show us something that represents security.”

The sun… (Kingston, Jamaica)P1130285…the moon…(Kingston, Jamaica)P1130315…the mountains. (Blue Mountains, Jamaica)IMG_1575Here before me. Here after me. Security.

Weekly Photo Challenge – Security

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Call Me: Free Illuminati Admirer of Margot Robbie

A news story on the first page of MSN news today was about world secret societies. I’ve never joined any; or been asked to join any, perhaps disappointingly, but not unexpectedly, considering my background, free speech and information views and physical demeanour!; but I’ve heard of most on the list.

Illuminati can Call Me

Blondie played Call Me on Later with Jools Holland last week, featured on this website, and its echo fuels this section. I must say that the description of the (Bavarian) Illuminati in the above MSN news story sounds right up my street: ‘devoted to the opposition of superstition and obscurantism. They are suspected of having been at the root of the French Revolution…’ I must admit I had to look up obscurantism, but it was what I expected: ‘the practice of deliberately preventing the facts or full details of something from becoming known.’

It basically sounds what a free society should be: powered by the latest science with the information made available to all by a free media. Global league tables in line with this are always dominated by Scandinavian countries.

As I’ve often made clear on this blog too, I support an evolution of the mind (greenYgreyvolution/POPolution), rather than physical one, and think that a benign royalty is okay, especially considering the British politicians who probably would have become president in my lifetime (such as Thatcher and Blair, although I recognise they had good points, as well as those that bring my mind to despair!), in line with Scandinavia, although I also love French free enlightenment thinking from Rousseau to Sartre etc.

Margot Robbie on greenYgreying non-Footwear Form

Margot Robbie featured on this site last year after starring in Wolf of Wall Street, and it was nice to see her on great greenYgreying form at a Hawaii wedding, with the location also providing great greenygrey!

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I lexically like the ‘Going to the chapel’ caption too, but preferred her WoWS footwear. I reveal that in line with my Scandinavian style freedom of speech/information beliefs, and in total control of my sexual preferences… as shown by my ethical celibacy during the greenYgrey years.

Any women who try to take advantage of my openness by trying to draw attention to themselves because of what I write just look a little silly to me, although I go along with it if it’s done in good taste, and funny.

If they use it to try and cause trouble for me, then they become negatives in my mind, and any sexual attraction they may have had recedes/disappears.

I write that because some women still seem to consider me the enemy. If they are brainwashed by men (Muttley, Paul Potty etc) or women (Dastardly) to consider all I write false or wrong then they probably are, although I think they could probably become free thinking individuals with access to all knowledge and information… in line with the Illuminati thinking!

I’d just to make it clear here, that I have always supported gender equality, in line with socialist thinking, and always inspired by the Scandinavian model (as well as adoring female models, who I love in a controlled realistic emotional way, as well as aesthetic!).

My ethical celibacy has been to highlight that I will continue to like and support women without sexual rewards, as ‘mainstream media’ revolutionary Russell Brand continued to enjoy during his short-lived totally unethical and politically incorrect ‘revolution’!

XaW Files and all the greenYgrey years literature is testament to the above, and I became an independent writer, outside the possibly lucrative academic world, to freely write what I think and believe!

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Baftas 2017 Dominated by gYgPOP

While POP (PinkyOrangePurple) colours are now commonly found in many British television studio-based shows, as highlighted recently on this blog, this blog doesn’t have a television show all of its own. So we weren’t expecting to win an award at last night’s Baftas 2017. However, the awards plinth did seem to have a great greenYgrey design:

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Moreover, when searching Sarah Lancashire (sorry Yorkshire!) Baftas awards 2017 for the above photo, the related images have a nice gYgPOP overall design:

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Sarah Lancashire won awards for her role in Happy Valley, which reminded me of my campaign against psychopathic groomers in university, work and society; although I was just an independent writer.

I’ve known Sarah Lancashire as an actress since Coronation Street, which I watched regularly when she started in the series in 1991. I didn’t remember her character’s name, Raquel Wolstenhulme, now, just remembering her as established character Curly Watts’s partner.

Maybe that’ll sound ‘sexist’ to those who care more about literary political correctness than street and workplace grooming and exploitation.

HAIGA HEAVEN CHALLENGE 21 – DOUBT

Nice artistic greenYgrey in blog post and syllabub sea words and images.

The Syllabub Sea

Welcome to Haiga Heaven Weekly Challenge!

Regular visitors know, I love Haigas.

Traditionally, Japanese Haigas are a complimentary combination of a haiku and simple painting. Modern Haiga writers embrace a range of visual media including photography and graphics.

Join me, having fun, creating new Haigas, using your favourite medium.

If you want to join in,  you’ll find a new prompt to inspire your  Haiga  every Sunday.  Add a link in the comments box to share your Haiga.

I look forward to seeing your take on this week prompt – Doubt.

 

A flicker of doubt,

a cause for concern, changes

the world forever.

493/366

Marie

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Blondie Pop Pops into Modern POP BBC

Later with Jools Holland has received a PinkyOrangePurple (POP) (historian greenYgreyologists please note the first coloured-text POP!) studio redesign, like most of the studio-based BBC programmes I watch, and some from other channels, such as ITV‘s very relevant to this site Harry Hill’s Alien Fun Capsule (Harry Hill inspired our werewolf television correspondent Harry Silhouetteof-Wolfhowlingonhill). Note the presence of an old-skool greenygreyer in the foreground of this photo from a Sun article:

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Blondie 39 Years Later

It’s now 39 years since Blondie pop-rocked into my life on the crest of New Wave, so it’s great to see them still playing, and creating new music. Moreover, on their recent studio appearance Miss Harry wore yellow on stage, with their third song a rousing playing of old classic Call Me.

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The studio lights were at other times golden yellow, perhaps fittingly for a Blondie interview, which also included other original members Chris Stein and Clem Burke.

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Blondie also played nicely impressive new songs Long Time and Fun off the new album Pollinator. This site was one of the first to report news of the new album in blog post, Valentine Love 3, 1/28th of the 28 days of February filled with mixed-up vole (remembering our anagram comedy wordplay)!

As usual, the other musicians on Later with Jools Holland were great, and I was particularly impressed by the performance of Future Islands vocalist and programme cover star, Samuel T. Herring, in their opening song, Cave. That is genuine admiration for an animated and passionate performance (like I remember thinking about Phil Campbell of The Temperance Movement at last year’s Download), and there’s nothing fishy about it… unlike his name (sorry Samuel), which I didn’t know at the time.

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Reflections Coincidence 8: Queen Elizabeth’s greenYgrey Folding Mirror

You’re never too old to greenYgrey! I thought the Queen might be angry that we’ve claimed Catherine as our princess too, but she seems to be taking it well from a photo in the Telegraph, and joining in the greenYgreying fun!!

This photo isn’t mine, so I don’t think I can submit it to the WordPress reflections photo challenge that inspired today’s series of blogs. I remembered seeing the photo yesterday, and thought it fitted into this site’s greenYgreying fun social media parody craze, originally inspired by planking.

Queen’s Reflection greenYgrey Folding Mirror

Moreover, not only does it include green, yellow and grey; it also has a folding mirror providing the Queen’s reflection, with a form of that name my biggest contribution to poetry. Before the emergence of POP (PinkyOrangePurple), a greenYgreying Folding Mirror photo was the most valuable in the greenYgrey world! Here’s the photo of the Queen driving in Windsor Park grounds from the Telegraph:

The Queen grins as she drives through the grounds of Windsor Castle in her Range Rover

Reflections Coincidence 7: Estonia and Finland Nature Photos

I thought I’d better make it to 7 Reflection Coincidence posts this morning (and a little into the afternoon), the number of my published books, rather than 6, which is still associated with the number of the beast by some. Here’s four more nice reflective photos for the WordPress reflections poetry challenge from my last solo Euro trek a year ago:

Estonia Nature

Finland Suncatcher (thinking of dreamcatcher, with particular reference to second photo featuring the sun reflecting off a web)

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