8/10/2010

OLD SAW - LORD OF THE FLIES

Filed under: — @jphoganorg @ 4:40 am

Frankly I do not recall if she had a Swiss Army Knife.

It started one day, a quiet day, a quiet primary day, a day for tea.

Who should lead?

How should they lead?

Fear?  Fear over "loved"?

What will be for dinner?  How will the left-overs taste?

Are all the hackles raised?

This isn’t in bad taste,  this is REDBOOK stuff:

title:  BLUSH (RIGHT ON RED) (or: CHICK CHECK?)

poem:

ROW EASY DEAR

ROUND EVERY DROP

RIGHT EVEN DOUBTS

ROAR EVEREST DOWN

ROW EAGER DEAR

ROUND EVERYS’ DEARS.

auther/poet:   J P Hogan  8-25-06

challenge:  Create a poem in competition hosted by Petra Nemcova on her website.  Contest was to write a winning poem on the color red and love to get published with a article on Petra Nemcova recovering and around Tsunami, then being considered for REDBOOK. 

other alternative title:  THERE IS A R E D IN DEAR.

Everys’ dears:  Have you read of the new REDBOOK ap for local shopping simplifying?

Voters:  LORD OF THE FLIES, about the "old saw" we find ourselves now about?

Where titles matter, and now feminism not so dramatic, what of new saws?

What of Stanley, and their "FAT MAX" tool line anchored around "new" saw of "shortcuts" start?  Another Hogan, "old saw"?

So it is a primary day, so what of Stanley?  Statemanship in creative origins hidden?

Who is the real Amanda Kerr?  Did Leon Uris confuse me or did Anne confound.  Both?

Well back to "the old saws" construct:   You may have to "wait for the movie"!

Yes it is another primary day and another eleciton day with Ned Lamont.   Stanley Tools thanks for asking the "godfather" of your new saw whence when around Lieberman and Lamont deciding.   I get a kick out of "FAT MAX" marketing line.

William Goldings:  Would she have brought a Swiss Army Knife?

No comment?  But what an unexpected naming: "Amanda".   Too obvious.  :-)

1 Comment »

  1. Once upon a time there were more speicifically “rip saws” and “crosscut saws” and “crosscut saw of varying teeth per inch options". Then also there were Japanese and English saw traditions in varieties, quite different, even with out traditions and glues for different climates. Now there is a new standard of the inspired as marketable designed convergence of the two into an orginally American saw. I remember to this day the day a co-worker in summer construction on Block Island my answer (with commitment) of “because Stanley hasn’t designed and marketed one saw with best of both” to his question about always seeming to find me using both Japanese and English saws. I had time to share and should I say “ride” Stanley Tools executive thinking, research, and marketing with such a thought, and still marvel around day a thought came back from discouraged researcher/tool developer “we will have to temper it.” And, me of “so temper it – it should sell.” The house was the Rhinehart of Adams and Rhinehart to Ogilvy construction of Block Island Mansion Beach property and stair area on western deck on first floor. My marketing network still then though more of maternal grandfather Arthur M. Menadier’s career around J&J and Y&R.

    Comment by citizen rosebud — 8/10/2010 @ 5:20 am

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