Jackson Browne – Before the Deluge

(10 am. – promoted by ek hornbeck)

I’ve been moving all day so I’ll keep this brief.  This is my happy Thanksgiving wish for you all.

I think it’s interesting how artists can be ahead of their time in ways that maybe even they don’t understand.  Some works of art only resonate the more as time passes.  Orwell’s 1984 for example.  

I felt that way about Paul Simon’s American Tune, and I think Jackson Browne speaks to our time in a similar fashion in Before the Deluge.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone.  

Thank you Docudharma.

Peace out.



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    • OPOL on November 28, 2008 at 03:48
    • Edger on November 28, 2008 at 10:27

    out well, hope you still have some trees around, and hope you’re able to stay online, OPOL?

  1. a day late everyone. At dinner last night we went around the table and each person said what they were thankful for. The 5 through 7 year old group all said ‘nothing, everything’. I loved it. I found myself being thankful for the community here.  

  2. from the Yuppie hayday has played through my head often in the last years.

    Hope your move which is probably chaotic brings good ‘change’ to you, and you aren’t offline too long.  

    • kj on November 29, 2008 at 03:36

    love this one, too.  happy thanksgiving and landing, OPOL.

    “for some of them, it was only the moment that mattered.”

    • HazelH on October 8, 2009 at 13:04

    Nice post! Thanks! Anyway, after the long hibernation, the fashion reality show is back again! Project Runway was really dramatic, and lots of clothes were shown off, and the people making the clothes that hardly anyone would actually buy or afford, went through a lot of personal drama.  Turns out that the person who won the last episode, Season 6 Episode 7, even went home and cried after the show.  Lifetime is doing pretty well by picking up Project Runway.  Logan was…whatever he is, and Christopher cried.  He was crying over the fact that he still doesn’t have to go back to work – I don’t have a lot of sympathy for losers on Project Runway, and a lot of them get a good deal of instant cash just for appearing.  

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