Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Georgia On My Mind


Here are my upcoming live appearances in Georgia and Tennessee. For more info including links to all venues, go to my tour page.

• April 14, 2011 (Thu) 8:00 pm Berry College 2277 Martha Berry Highway, Mount Berry, GA 30149-9707
• April 15, 2011 (Fri) 6:30pm Aurora Coffee Shop in Little 5 Points, 468 Moreland Ace., Atlanta, GA 30307
• April 17, 2011(Sun) 10:45 am Atlanta Soto Zen Center 1167 C/D Zonolite Place, Atlanta, GA
• April 18, 2011 (Mon) 7:30 pm Universalist Unitarian Church 1911 Cliff Valley Way, Atlanta, GA 30329
• April 19, 2011 (Tue) 8:30 pm Atlanta Soto Zen Center 1167 C/D Zonolite Place, Atlanta, GA

• April 20, 2011 (Wed) 7:00 pm Universalist Unitarian Church 1808 Woodmont Blvd, Nashville, TN 37215
• April 22-24, 2011 (Fri-Sun) 3-Day Zazen Retreat at Punuel Ridge near Nashville, TN Contact Nashville Zen Center for info

56 comments:

Harry said...

I never lost it!

Anonymous Bob said...

Harry: I never thought you did.

Well, not very often..

CAPTCHA : flatomat : I kid you not

Excalibur said...

Words and letters will get you nowhere.

Harry said...

TAXI!

Uku said...

It's a good movie! Luc Besson, yammy!

Bizarro Seagal said...

The nectarine, and curious peach, / Into my hands themselves do reach; / Stumbling on melons, as I pass, / Ensnared with flowers, I fall on my ass.

Anonymous said...

http://www.englishverse.com/poems/thoughts_in_a_garden

Anonymous said...

Nowhere will get you words and letters.

Bassui said...

Dead words.

john e mumbles said...

10. Now that was a good movie. Er, no it wasn't...

Excalibur said...

Words and letters will get you nowhere. This is especially true if you don't read well.

Possum said...

Where are you trying to get?

Anonymous said...

13

john e mumbles said...
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excalibur.info@kingdomcomes said...

Excalibur does not read. Excalibur only writes.

Taxi said...

Excalibur will get you nowhere.

excalibur.info@kingdomcomes said...

Taxi's dead now.

- @ 5:18 pm it is not King Arthur's true companion.

Excalibur's message is beginning to permeate.



- Death to all. -

- Death to all. -

- Death to all. -

excalibur.info@kingdomcomes said...

Long live the king.

Anonymous said...

This comments section is not intended for humorous comments.

Anonymous said...

The last post is clearly intended for Brad's followers.

21 said...

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anonymous anonymous said...

Common mysterion knock it off..

Dementia 13 said...

Now showing on Hulu...

Mettai Cherry said...

Thanks for the Peaches crate - many memories!

Anonymous said...

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PhilBob-SquareHead said...

I grew up 1/2 mile from a Peaches record store. Still have dreams that I'm shopping in there. Tomorrow is Record Store Day. Everybody support your local vinyl shop (if you can find one)!

Anonymous said...

fnord

Mysterion said...
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Soulagent79 said...

I remember going to the peaches record store in Fort Lauderdale a few times in the 90s. Didn't know it was a chain.

Soulagent79 said...
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Ran K. said...
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humorous belge said...

ahhhh. Now it is clear. Mysterion abused by a priest as a child, resulting in animosity.

Anonymous said...

Ran K, post your blog link here so we can see what you are talking about, thanks!

Mysterion said...
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Anonymous said...

M - sorry to hear of your unfortunate experience :(

In the 70's I attended a local parish with my family. My mother taught the Beatitudes on Sunday to ten year olds. They discussed them and then created projects to express them in the community. I was an altar boy, sang in the Christmas choir, and was a Sunday school teacher to a class of third graders, which included my youngest sister. The church ceremonies were always on the boring side. I would count the tiles in the ceiling. But it was great to see all my neighbors and friends and to talk with the Priest on the way out to the parking lot.

anonymous anonymous said...

Anon: Yours is a more typical scenario than the nightmares that mysterion envisions and revisits and revisits and revisits.. He sees everything as either good or bad with little in between. He is rather obsessed with the subject.

Mysterion said...
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Anonymous said...

What is Ran K talking about, does anybody know how to get to his blog?

hurts to poop said...

when you've had your rectum repeatedly stretched against your will like Mysterion has by a large erect male member of the clergy it tends to color your point of view.

h.t.p. said...

P.S. sorry about your friend.

Mysterion said...
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anonymous anonymous said...

First you should try throwing off the yoke of boorishness.. Baby steps M.

Anonymous said...

How Parasitic Capitalism Consumes, Confines and Controls. July 31, 2009. Featuring Daniel Coffeen, PhD. DJ Prefect brings her certified scientism to a discussion of an emergent socioeconomic system that trivializes art, literature, health, and leisure even while obesity and chronic diseases rise and science literacy reaches all time lows. How did we get here and where are we going? Jane, get us off this crazy thing!


http://nthmost.podomatic.com/entry/2009-08-07T23_39_13-07_00

Anonymous said...

Enjoyed the Dementia 13 film and thanks for the link!

(also enjoy very much all of the Dimentia 13 albums of Brad's and wish he would write more songs for that venue)

Lone Wolf said...

Going to the country...I'm going to eat a lot of peaches...

Ran K. said...
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anon @ 6:31 said...

Thanks Ran K, I'm going to take a look.

john e mumbles said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRl3Gsy2ANE

Anonymous said...

What else is in the teaches of peaches?

Anonymous said...

We Want Your Soul - The New Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VH_DkBI9Qsk

Anonymous said...

thanks for deleting my mistake :)

Chris Michael Dennis said...

Are you ever coming to Phoenix?

Not Brad said...

By the time I get to Phoenix she'll be rising
She'll find the note I left hangin' on her door
She'll laugh when she reads the part that says I'm leavin'
'Cause I've left that girl so many times before

By the time I make Albuquerque she'll be working
She'll prob'ly stop at lunch and give me a call
But she'll just hear that phone keep on ringin'
Off the wall that's all

By the time I make Oklahoma she'll be sleepin'
She'll turn softly and call my name out loud
And she'll cry just to think I'd really leave her
Tho' time and time I try to tell her so
She just didn't know I would really go.

Monica said...

I live in PR and find your blog illuminating, daring and very bold. I like it. I hope if you ever find yourself in the caribbean you let me know. I would like to email you however I could not find a way to do so.

My brother introduced me to the buddhist path and I have so many questions, so hard to find someone here to help clarify the noise. I don't know maybe you know someone here who can assist a lonely soul trying to walk this path to enlightenment. Someone to share with. So if you are ever able to answer, I would like your feedback.

In the meantime may you blessed and may you continue to grow and help others to release the chains and find their own paths to enlightenment.

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