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Friday Fictioneers – Let’s Try Again…

Oh, it has been a long time since I allowed myself the time to come here and free write.  It has been a busy…um…several years.  Things have happened.  I have been working on a book, scifi, and stopped more times than I have started, I think.  I have been through illnesses and worked them out.  I have proclaimed myself as a member of BDSM in a post on WordPress >here< and lived through that, also.  I have 2 great nieces, now aged…I believe 3,4 or 4,5 lol

Best news is that I set my scifi book aside and my daughter and I are collaborating on a book, nonfiction, about our lives and beliefs.  i am excited!  So is she!  It will be awhile, but I know it will be worthwhile.

I have grown as a person using the Law of Attraction, even begun a study group on Pam Grout’s work.  Here is a sample >here<

Enough of that, below is a long-time-coming of my input to this site.

He looked down at his feet. He focused on the strings and saw a myriad of tentacles sailing out into the world, connecting him to everywhere. Mentally, he tugged on a strand; feeling the ripples carry out into the universe, making others take notice or simply change paths. He had altered 32 individuals with this motion, tipping them in the proper direction. He realized his tug then had resulted in those 32 affecting 397 others positively. Following, he saw 2,694 from that connection and then 14,238. He stopped looking, returned to his shoes. He bent down, tying the other string.

Namaste,

Scott

 

Friday Fictioneers – Get With It – Humorous – PG

Rochelle graces us with another challenge from Friday Fictioneers.  Read mine below and then > HERE < for the rest.  Enjoy!!!

Copyright – Björn Rudberg

Get With It

Scott L Vannatter – 100 words

Horace could never hope to do as well as his brother Michael and their grandfather, Cecil.  Those two could play those strings with such pizazz!  How could he compete?  His life was tied up with electronics.  It was the 60’s for gosh sakes!  The world was full of songs and love and hunts for peace and tranquility.  What chance did he have with his dumb ideas for a future in which people could speak, write, and send their thoughts across vast distances through television screens?  It was ludicrous.  The only people he ever attracted attention from were those mathematician types.

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Namaste,

Scott

Fun Time for Music

I love to listen to different types of music.  My favorites would include funny things done with music.  Since this is for the day after the Super Bowl, I will keep it short and simple.  For your listening pleasure, let me give you several different types of “funny” music / musicians.  Just a listening exercise that I guarantee will get you to laugh, at least, a little.

1) Igudesman & Joo: Nightmare Concert

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I will survive

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2) Lily Allen – Smile (language?)

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3) Mozart  Group – Amadeus Jackson

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4)  Right Said Fred – I’m Too Sexy (original – suggestive?)

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5) Ukelele Orchestra of Great Britain – Teen-age Dirtbag (Suggestive / Language)

You Don’t Bring Me Flowers

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Finally, for the intellectuals, something not quite funny, but nice / different:

Ted Talks Presents: Jake Shimabukuro – “Bohemian Rhapsody” on the Ukelele! (followed by a very long commercial – feel free to skip)

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Namaste,

Scott

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