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(no subject) [Aug. 7th, 2006|04:00 pm]
miltonhayek
Flying saucers, levitation
Yo! I could do that
Get ready, for heavy duty
Go one, give it a chance
I saw your hair start to curl
So get up, write it down
You better wait for a while

So take your hands out of your pockets
And get your face adjusted
I heard it, somebody lied
And I'm staring out the window
Gonna let this thing continue
In it's natural time
Roundheads squareheads
Get settled in
You can hear my belly rumble
There's a voice that starts to mumble
Woo! It's starting to sing

Protons, neutrons
I ate a rock from the moon
Got shicked once; shocked twice
Let's see, what it can do
Man in the moon, moon in the man
I got a rock in my throat
Upside, up side down
My tummy start to talk . . . (what it say?)

Gonna rock it 'till I shock it
Gonna kick it 'till I drop it
Woo! Love at first sight
You can kick it, You can poke it
Ooh, I think you broke it
What about that!
Skin from a snake, blood from a stone
You know, that ain't no lie
I got hundreds of expressions
Try to make a good impression
Woo! Right between the eyes

I don't mind - let me go
Sounds inside - I don't know
Let me be - why not stay
I feel numb - let me play

I got wild imagination
Talkin' transubstantiation
Any version will do
I got mass communication
I'm the human corporation
I ate a rock from the moon
Moon in the rock, rock in the moon
There's a moon in my throat
You might think I'm wasting time
You might laugh but not for long
Hey! I'm working it out . . . (work it out)

I don't mind - let me go
Sounds inside - I don't know
Let me be - why not stay
I feel numb - let me play

"Moon Rocks"--The Talking Heads
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(no subject) [May. 7th, 2006|11:19 pm]
miltonhayek
Here are the rules
1. Leave me a comment saying "interview me."
2. I will respond by asking you five questions of a very intimate and creepily personal nature. Or not so creepy/personal.
3. You WILL update your lj/blog/whatever with the answers to the questions.
4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the post.
5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.
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FINALS TIME!!! [May. 3rd, 2006|08:30 am]
miltonhayek


Finals are upon me. You know they are so worth it!, uh i think?
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What an Idiot. . . [Apr. 13th, 2006|07:45 am]
miltonhayek
Romney, a Commney

Jeeze, what has happened to the Republican Party.
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I Knew It! [Apr. 12th, 2006|10:13 am]
miltonhayek
We Fart in you General-Free Market-Direction


Where to start.

I knew this was going to start causing some problems in the field of Economics. The thing is that this idiocy is happening here too, it just hasn't garnered the same support. Americans still seem a little worried about, oh I don't know, maybe the whole 7 hour bread-lines, the starvation at the hands of an over-oppressive brutal government, and the fact that we would be changing something that has worked for over 200 years.

Have you ever noticed that almost every time someone attacks capitalism, they are doing so from the comfort of a capitalist state, while it is the non-capitalist state that lies in ruin, and poverty. And at the same time that someone will tell you that capitalism is the reason for the poverty. Yes you must be right, it has to be capitalism that has ruined the impoverished nations. I mean, it couldn't be the drug-running warlords, or the genocides carried out in the name of tribal warfare, or all those wonderful socialist steps the UN has taken to stop poverty. I mean it could never be the fact that a lot of these countries are run by dogmatic religious fundamentalists who don't like freedom, pish posh, it could never be. It most certainly could NEVER be the fact that a lot of these countries treat their woman as baby machines and nothing else, taking away their right to learn, to work, and to even show their face.

You are right oh great Che, it must be capitalism. I mean just because marxism never worked, and killed millions upon millions upon millions of people, shouldn't be the reason you give up. The Reason is that Capitalism is the reason for over 200 years of prosperity, minus those years of the depression ( Blame the Federal Reserve, not Aggregate Demand, Keynes you damn fool). Capitalism beat Communism. Collectivism (read Communism) leads to nation states as glorious as Nazi Germany, Mao's China, and Stalin's Russia. Not the mention that Utopia of Cuba, ya know the place where if you aren't already brainwashed you risk your life to escape.

You have heard it before, but I must say it again. Communism is at odds with history, in that it has never worked, yet continues to draw the loving eyes of the uber academic. Why, cause saying you have read the the Manifesto is much cooler than reading the Wall Street Journal, NOT!
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(no subject) [Apr. 11th, 2006|10:35 am]
miltonhayek
Everybody that hates congress please stand up!
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(no subject) [Apr. 7th, 2006|08:56 am]
miltonhayek
Stolen from everyone...

WIKIPEDIA...search you birth date, minus year, and paste three dates, two births, and one death...


Three dates...

1521 - Diet of Worms begins, lasting until May 25.

1917 - United States ends search for Pancho Villa.

1986 - Space Shuttle Challenger breaks apart 73 seconds after liftoff killing all seven astronauts onboard. Failure blamed on leaking Solid Rocket Booster.

......and just cause i remember it so well. . .

1996 - Super Bowl XXX, Dallas Cowboys - 27 Pittsburgh Steelers - 17; Attendance: 76,347; MVP: Larry Brown, Dallas Cowboys; Tempe, Arizona.

two births....

1890 - Robert Stroud, American convict, the Birdman of Alcatraz (d. 1963) ...I must say that I don't know who this is, but anyone known as the "Birdman of Alcatraz" must be fucking cool.

1912 - Jackson Pollock, American painter (d. 1956)

A death...

814 - Charlemagne (b. 742)
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(no subject) [Apr. 6th, 2006|07:34 am]
miltonhayek
OH shit you guys, guess what. They just realeased the new "Bo Revere Tape". Holy shit this has got to be the most bodacious, radical, and totally bitchin song.



on a side note. . . I find it a little unethical that our teacher experimented with subliminal messages on us. That bitch tricked me into buying her flowers.




ZACK ZACK ZACK ZACK...
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I always feel like Somebody's watching me!!! [Mar. 29th, 2006|08:32 am]
miltonhayek
This seems like a waste of money to me.

I may be the only conservative who is truly tired of the fear-mongering by people. Yes I used the word, that liberal catch-phrase that would usually accompany a tied-dyed tshirt and a bad smell, but I digress. It is true though. There are people on the extreme who feel as though we would be better off just to build a giant dome around the US. On the other extreme you have the people who feel that we should not only let people in but that we should foot the bill. I agree with neither, which puts me in an odd place that I am not used to, the middle. I don't call it the middle however, I call it common sense. An effective border system would allow those who want to support themselves legally, and would stop those from trying to circumvent the system. We need to do something, but both sides in power seem to have it all wrong. An effective worker program would be great for the economy, having jobs performed that americans don't want to do. You say this to a repub and they tell you that a nuke is coming if you let that happen. You tell a dem that, and they tell you that you are racist for demanding that these people be registered and accounted for. To that I say, if I have to be assigned a number, I was born in this country, then they should also.

In end there is a threat, but we need not blow up the hen house to get rid of the coyote.

All I can say is that the republicans are missing a huge chance to take advantage of a completely inept democratic party, but like usual pompous asses, they refuse to even agree with themselves. It is becoming increasingly hard to support a lot of these bozos. I still support the party, but they better grow up, and realize that the real issues do NOT include Gays, the Ten Commandments, and profanity. How about ending the ever growing socialist economic system we have allowed the democrats to sneak by in the name of social parity.

I think I may try to get a petition to buy ever republican politician a copy of "Atlas Shrugged". You know, try to remind them what they should stand for.
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(no subject) [Mar. 16th, 2006|03:31 am]
miltonhayek
The weirdest fucking thing just happened. I was studying for my two exams, and finishing up my Econ Coefficient Work, and listening to Some Brian Eno, and the Talking Heads. After they both played through My CD player switched to Van Morrison's "Astral Weeks" (a burned Copy), after the last song of the album plays through, I get up to put in another CD, just then the opening cords to Cheap Trick's "Surrender" come through. What the hell, so i see if there are any other mystery songs on this cd. yep

The Salute Your Shorts Theme Song
The Hey Dude Them Song.

Now that is just fucking odd. oh the joys of cramming as much music as you can on to one cd. hahahahahah. . . WORD!!!
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