BP's Tatics in Cape Vincent Ny

Thursday, September 15, 2011

LAMAS LAMENT REDUX




8 comments:

Anonymous said...

THIS POST EXPLAINS EVERYTHING!!!!!!!

I COULDN'T UNDERSTAND WHY THE CONFLICTED DONNY MASON GAVE UP A TURBINE ON HIS PROPERTY FOR THE ACCIONA HEADQUARTERS. NOW WE KNOW WHY. HE THOUGHT HIS ALPACAS WOULD GO STERILE LIVING UNDER A BIG PINWHEEL.

HE MAY BE TAKING WIND MONEY BUT IN HIS HEART OF HEART HE READS THE BLOGS AND BELIEVES WHAT HER READS.

GOOD FOR YOU DONNY, GOOD FOR YOU!!!!

Anonymous said...

WHICH WAY DO I GO...... MY WAY... AWAY FROM THE WIND TURBINES...... BUT YOU KNOW HOW I HATE ALWAYS WALKING BACWARDS..... SHUT UP AND KEEP WALKING BEFORE WE GROW A THIRD HEAD !!!!! WE DON'T WANT TO BE KNOW AS THE WIND THUG PIN-WHEEL MUTATION ALPACAS !!!!!
IS IT MY IMAGINATION OR DO THESE TWO LOOK A LITTLE BIT LIKE DONNY?

Anonymous said...

Pandora is genius. I feel right to home here. Abuse is like a narcotic. The Masons can't stay away. They have to have someone read this stuff to them so they can go around telling all the other scumbags what they learned. It's like Quest For Fire. They all gather in a dark cave and talk about the new things in the world. While they're still using sticks for warmth and light, they're getting those sticks from people who build houses. The shape of a 2x4 still amazes them. Imagine them scratching and looking at these sticks. All standing back in fear and awe at the same time. Poking at these odd shaped sticks as though they had a life of their own.You can understand who giant blades on a tower would fascinate them. They just think all they do is kill game for them. Well, who can blame them. There's plenty of game for them. Like on Easter Island though, the game will run out and they will starve.The end of the Masonostic Period has come. An insignificant tribe doing insignificant things will be forgotten in just a few short years, or months.

Anonymous said...

Holy Crap 2:15 PM. We've got to share a beer.

I loved Quest for Fire and you are spot-on about the Masons having no idea what the hell is going on around them. But, they fit right in by saying screw the members of the other tribe. Their allegiances are to those who share their blood line. From their behavior lately I'm wondering if their pre-historic ancestry included cannibalism - if we don't know'em, let's eat'em!

However, one thing was demonstrated Tuesday night, modern man has come to town and the Neanderthals are on the run.

Anonymous said...

"5:46" Yeah, Quest for Fire has always been one of my favorite culture movies. Growing up so close to Canada had a tremendous influence on me. That beer sounds good. It sounds so "socialist" sharing a beer. haha. It's too bad people such as the Masons probably never have seen a culture film. The Gods must be Crazy, Fahrenheit 451 , King of Hearts. So many. How ironic that they all seem to fit the occasion. As Ironic as Vic Morrow dying in a film that portrayed him as a Nazi Fascist. What's also ironic is to be ridiculed by someone who has an obvious lack of cultural exposure. Such are the Masons. Life is too short to be a short term person. Thanks for the feedback. It's nice to see enlightened people are out there. Pandora has been an excellent channel. This story is just beginning.

Anonymous said...

Anon 6:16

It is not a culture film or cult film, but when I saw 'There Will Be Blood' it struck a chord. Seeing an oil developer poke around in the rural west, discover potential for oil, and then schmooze unsuspecting landowners out of their mineral rights was the 1900 equivalent of Todd Hopper and Acciona grabbing wind leases from our clueless local landowners.

Early on these landowners were asked during a town board meeting if they had consulted with a lawyer prior to signing a lease. There was a quiet pause, similar to the head-nodding puzzlement in Quest at something new and different. Their subdued response was no, suggesting they'd knowingly done something they shouldn't have.

I wonder if many of the local landowners had been a little better educated, a little better traveled and a little more worldly that they might have done better with their contracts and done better dealing with those of us who haven't been taken in by commercial wind. Who knows they might have told Hopper and Acciona to take a hike.

Anonymous said...

6:16 , you assume too much. Anyone who would say Quest for fire ISN'T a culture culture film probably never watched one. There will be blood certainly isn't. It's really more of a documentary. Also "Cult" and Culture films are the same thing. Only someone who would confuse "occult" and cult would also say all landowners signed leases without reading the contract. Since I know how to read, and I also know a frikking culture film when I see one I disagree with you completely. I could tell you a few more things, but then you have no clue how far ahead of you I already am. Listen and learn. I'll ask you one question. Where is Bryan Stumpf these days? Where is Marty Mason, now? Who's Eric Schneider? Where is Tim Conboy? Do you think that was more than one question? Attacking someone on your own side of the issue makes me think you're a phony. I'll accept your apology, however. I just want to go bowling first.

Anonymous said...

"Cult and culture films are the same thing." ?
I'm not sure I agree with that.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show, one of the most famous cult films, doesn't have a whole lot of culture, in my view.