21 thoughts on “U-Turn In Preparation”

  1. If it makes things easier for you, I done did it…
    (I would like to think that the super secret inner circle need not comply – yet, I’d hate to miss out on any changes to the handshake, or any updates to the SSIC KUR decoder ring.)

  2. Make sure you look both ways for traffic, Barry, before preparing to make that U-turn: don’t want Dr. Sharleena and yourself to get sideswiped by the ZpZ tour bus mid-turn….

  3. Hopefully you’re not making that U-turn in New Jersey. There’s a cop on every block to help you on your pay . . . I mean way!

  4. There’s something definitely going on upstairs (I can hear some mother wailing and a whole lot of scraping of chairs…)

  5. A highly dangerous form of U-turn is the “bootleg turn,” allegedly originated during Prohibition when a vehicle carrying a load of illegal alcohol might need to make a fast turn when confronted by a roadblock, and would need to change direction as quickly as possible.


  6. “Make a JazzNoise U Turn Here”

    Joe Cronin here, Voice of Cheese winner #1 and whenever I’m composing my next masterwork I take all the U Turns I can stand.

    “It’s all boloney, so slice me some”

  7. Old geniuses just die.

    Last week :
    – Jim Jones ( from amongst others Pere Ubu)
    – Teo Macero ( producer).

    We’re in for the new thing.

  8. It was the call of workers who organized; women who reached for the ballot; a President who chose the moon as our new frontier; and a King who took us to the mountaintop and pointed the way to the Promised Land… YES WE CAN.


  9. And it was a Bernard ( Clervaux), who created the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cistercian . The White Monks.

    My God, Roland, we’re both from the Middle Ages.

    Indeed the greatest Belgian composer ( I mean it, I do) is Roland Di Lasso ( Renaissance). Just google around, it’s faboulous music. And – just listen closely- it’s full of humour. For instance one of his masterpieces is “Prophetia Sybillarum “. It’s in latin. The first sentence just means ” And now we start singing”.

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