Thursday, November 29, 2012

Approved As Appropriate

Which of the initial snippets will be badly repeated,
when the anchoring watchdog on committees of snippets
condemned or intended for the so-called

Internet, underpinned by enshrining licensing engines,
has to ban their standards and publish their transgressions?
If you want to discuss a collision,

you must take a collision course.
The latter regulator would argue with prohibiting criticism,
although the former passages reassure statutory amateurs.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Golfweek: You can argue, but anchoring ban a done deal
Leveson Report calls for media watchdog underpinned by law
Google fights proposed German law on news links

Thursday, November 08, 2012

The Famous Planet

Much as wings believe feathers to be thought,
the path to camp or pinnacle advanced by glittery devices
on a treacherous catwalk of miracles 20ft over the Earth,

over sweet flags of playful crystals,
over hoops and lashings of glowing Tiger Lily,
and ranged on stone wings of lightweight microlith,

relishing its blunt unsuitable edge
fashioned by a complicated hammer
to follow the small and cunning years.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Communist Party Congress: Hu Jintao dismisses hopes of reform
Victoria's Secret: Rihanna performs as Brits invade the catwalk
What made us human? Being ARMED with lethal ranged weapons

Sunday, November 04, 2012

Political Alcohol, Punctuated

Eight days before voters
go to the environment
as he addresses the storm.

Campaigns ads are still running
on TV. In
an appearance in the universe, it

might be less common than we
previously thought. A new study
suggests it may be the storm.

-- Eric Elshtain

The nearer the bar, the greater the chances of risky drinking
How hurricane Sandy tests Obama, Romney
Asteroid Belts Could Be Key to Finding Alien Life