rhys jones

rhys jones 1 week, 2 days ago on Sunday's Bruce Hornsby free concert cancelled

I saw Hornsby in '89 at Telluride Bluegrass, with my new love at the time, so that show would have been a trip back in time, for myself, wallowing in the blues about the road not taken...

But I had a thought yesterday. Bruce puts on a good show, a master of the stage. I'm sure many people anticipated that show with pleasure.

Maybe some people even bought VIP passes with that show in mind. Free shows aren't free to them. Is the City (or some other faceless entity) planning a rebate? Or do those people get four shows for the price of five? Whose fingers were in that pie?

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rhys jones 1 week, 5 days ago on Steamboat briefs: Seminars at Steamboat talk features views on terrorism

I believe everything I read. Our government is truly independent of, and has no control or influence over the media. They wouldn't lie to us. If they say it happened, it happened. Like Building 7, Flight 98, and The Pentagon. You can't argue with history.

Our antagonists change monthly, with all the evil in the world these days, each with a marketable moniker -- ISIS this week, Al Queda now passe, we beat them -- going back, we had VC, NVA, Communist Korea, (commie anything) Nazi's, Japanese ("Nips") and the occasional tyrant, who had to be beat into submission. They just keep coming, and it's our God-ordained duty to kill them all. One Christian world is what God wants. For the kids. Think of the kids.

One taste of a Big Mac will win the masses. Free checking and plastic will seal the deal.

If these durn doubters and conspiracy-theorists would just shut up, then we could ride free-rein over the world, at only a slight loss of life, limb, and money, all to serve our God and the Federal Reserve. Praise the Union!! Onward Christian Soldiers!!

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rhys jones 2 weeks, 1 day ago on Steamboat briefs: Seminars at Steamboat talk features views on terrorism

No Scott, as usual you miss my point and thence dilute it.

I'm saying one person's terrorist is another person's crusader. We'll drop smart bombs down power plant chimneys, in our humanitarian effort to save innocent lives, while plunging thousands into darkness, and only killing a few -- who's the terrorist now?

I'm too lazy to Google Christian atrocities perpetrated upon others, but I will say both sides get more than a little self-righteous in their proclamations about the other. And some are more vocal than others.

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rhys jones 2 weeks, 1 day ago on Steamboat briefs: Seminars at Steamboat talk features views on terrorism

Terrorists can take on many guises. They all have an agenda. Intimidation is the tactic. God is on their side. And they could be in your own back yard.

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rhys jones 3 weeks ago on Steamboat briefs: Seminars at Steamboat talk features views on terrorism

What this country needs is a good old-fashioned Crusade. Wipe 'em out. The Federal Reserve will fund it -- the Rothschilds never said no to an extra buck or billion... and it will be another opportunity to selectively cull the population, mainly of the lower classes, in need of jobs, who will mostly staff this Crusade for the rest of us, in hopes of a bright military career if they survive.

When we're done, the freed masses will be ecstatic with the new McDonald's on every block, and free checking at a Federal Reserve member bank. And won't that be great?

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