They Tell Me…

I’m supposed to write everyday, AND I’m supposed to find my own voice. The problem as I see it, is this: No one knows who the mysterious ‘they’ are. I don’t believe that ‘they’ will ever be found, as when confronted, ‘they’ will simply deny that they are indeed, ‘they.’

So, this whole find your own voice thing is pretty convoluted as well, simply because, I didn’t know it was missing. When looking for something, it will always be in the last place you look, so, my contention is, look there first. That is indeed if it’s lost in the first place, as apparently my voice was, because ‘they’ tell me that I have to find it.

Oh, to make this entry somewhat relevant to something that I can link to, my current and future muse is Daphne Zuniga. A very classy lady who also happens to be an actress. I’ve even been in a movie with her….

So, until I find my voice, or find out who ‘they’ are, I remain, in the shadows….

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Inspiring Words

So, it turns out that I’m a hopeless romantic, and these words by a woman that doesn’t know that I exist 🙂 affected me deeply. As opposed to effected. Read, and enjoy, and tell her I sent you….

10/29/07 11:28PM
Words from fingertips…POEMS BY MOJO.

Silence is…
The time when you can truly hear your soul
The everlasting moment waiting for your crush to call
The love gaze that deafens a crowded bar
The moment you can hear your heart beat
The first touch of the pillow against your head
The calming of the waves of your bubble bath
The wide grin right after laughing till your stomach hurts
The sound of a heartbroken tear drop
The message after the ringing of your ear
The noise after you bury your toes in the sand
The voice of God
The whisper of Love
The occasion when angels speak to us
The instance the hammock stops blowing in the wind
The second you notice a shooting star
A rare moment of something truly beautiful…Silence.


Dangerous Beauty

As I speak from my soul

With devil red lips

A look so deceiving

From an angel like kiss

A beauty to envy

Faint whispers of yearning

The goddess of Venus

In the mirror before me

The power of a woman

Singing rhythm with her heart

To the beat of love flesh among flesh

Seduction of the soul

Temptation and rapture

Drops of passion penetrating flesh among flesh

Into her eyes of eternity

His yearning never subdues

The power of paradise
has a seductive scent

That of ecstasy and affection

He never will forget

To lay beside a lady

Compelling for more

Trust to earn and honor to fight

Sweet elegance to adore

Damned as a pretty woman

With a mind of men

But powerful beyond perpetuity

A true message to send

A dangerous beauty

She is.

By Melissa “MOJO” Hunter

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Flaming kamikaze squirrel torches car

Weird, funny and sad at the same time. Maybe the technology to train the squirrels to do this can be harnessed as a military application.
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A New Jersey woman’s Toyota Camry last week suffered a sciurine kamikaze attack during which a flaming squirrel fell onto the vehicle, slid into the engine compartment and provoked an explosion which destroyed the parked vehicle, the Jersey Journal reports.

Lindsey Millar, 23, and bruv Tony, 22, were at home in Bayonne last Wednesday lunchtime when the incident occurred. The animal had apparently decided it was a really good move to chew through overhead powerlines directly above the motor, and was duly fried for its trouble.

Tony Millar explained: “The squirrel chewed through the wire, was set on fire, fell down directly to where the car was. The squirrel, on fire, slid into the engine compartment and blew up the car.”

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Swearing at Work Good for You

My only problem with this entire article is, I work at home….
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Swearing at work helps employees cope with stress, academics at a Norfolk university have said.

A study by Norwich’s University of East Anglia (UEA) into leadership styles found the use of “taboo language” boosted team spirit.

Professor Yehuda Baruch, professor of management, warned that attempts to prevent workers from swearing could have a negative impact.

But Professor Baruch discouraged swearing in front of customers.

‘Maintaining solidarity’

He said: “In most scenarios, in particular in the presence of customers or senior staff, profanity must be seriously discouraged or banned.

“However, our study suggested that, in many cases, taboo language serves the needs of people for developing and maintaining solidarity, and as a mechanism to cope with stress. Banning it could backfire.

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On the Fence

I don’t know how I feel about this. Clearly, it would seem that both sides here have missed the mark. The family made some prudent decisions in the 90’s, while at the same time, they should have healthcare provided by the companies that the parents work for. I can tell you that in California where I live, $50K a year would be low income for a family of four. Is healthcare a privilege or a right? Like I said, I’m on the fence….

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Can watching movies improve your mental health?

While I like the idea, the list of recommended movies is suspect….
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Cinematherapy: Can Watching Movies Improve Your Mental Health?
Cinematherapy is the practice of watching movies to improve mental health. Though, motion pictures have been around for several decades, it is only recently that the mental health benefits of movie-watching have begun to show promise. Movies often have the uncanny ability to temporarily deliver our minds to a place where we can express a wide range of emotions in a way that connects us with the main characters or movie theme without the concreteness of our own life dilemmas.
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A few hours of laughter with one of your favorite comedies can help to get you through the work week or ease your own worries. Sad movies often bring up feelings that we have left dormant, giving these feelings a chance for release. The therapeutic benefits of watching movies might even save you a trip to the doctor when your stress levels decrease.
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Atheism is next to Darwinism

Ok, it’s next to Athena, at least, in my dictionary, however, confusing altruism with enlightened self interest is more heinous, IMNERHO.
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Nietzsche Would Laugh
By Chuck Colson
Tuesday, October 9, 2007

One of the biggest obstacles facing what’s called the “New Atheism” is the issue of morality. Writers like Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins, and Christopher Hitchens have to convince people that morals and values are possible in a society that does not believe in God.

It’s important to understand what is not in doubt: whether an individual atheist or agnostic can be a “good” person. Of course they can, just as a professing Christian can do bad things.

The issue is whether the secular worldview can provide a basis for a good society. Can it motivate and inspire people to be virtuous and generous?

Not surprisingly, Richard Dawkins offers a “yes”—grounded in Darwinism. According to him, natural selection has produced a moral sense that is shared by all people. While our genes may be, in his words “selfish,” there are times when cooperation with others is the selfish gene’s best interest.
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File This Under “Excuse Me?!?”

First, I wanted to clip the first paragraph as well, however, there seem to be some hidden characters in it, that pushed it over the 1000 character limit of Clipmarks. This is not a slam against Clipmarks, but against

In any case, Mr. Fox seems to have a skewed view of why the recent and current immigration reform policies won’t work, and are doomed to failure. I truly believe that all we need to do is currently enforce the laws that are already on the books, and the problem will solve itself. For whatever reason, others don’t seem to think so.

Didn’t we supposedly fix this back in what, 1986? Anyway, read the whole story.

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Ex-Mexico Prez: Racists Stop Immigration

Oct 8 09:01 PM US/Eastern
Associated Press Writer
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