Please consider registering
Guest
sp_LogInOut Log In sp_Registration Register
Register | Lost password?
Advanced Search
Forum Scope


Match



Forum Options



Minimum search word length is 3 characters - maximum search word length is 84 characters
sp_Feed sp_TopicIcon
wishing thread
31 October 2015
11.37am
Avatar
HongKongLady
Oz
Candlestick Park
Members
Forum Posts: 1639
Member Since:
17 February 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

trcanberra said

Zig said
Awesome news, @HongKongLady !!

And now she's got a Ticket To Ride ūüôā

Then I'll Across The Universe

The following people thank HongKongLady for this post:

Ahhh Girl, trcanberra
9 November 2015
2.45pm
Avatar
Beatlebug
Find me where ye echo lays
Moderator

Moderators
Forum Posts: 15060
Member Since:
15 February 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

I long to wander the grounds of Friar Park in a light rain with Ballad Of Sir Frankie Crisp in my ears and heart. 

It verges from the sublime to the ridiculote

Silly-Girl-2016.png Silly-Girl-2017.png bbbadge2018.jpg

New to Forumpool? You can introduce yourself here. 

9 November 2015
5.44pm
Avatar
KaleidoscopeMusic
Ed Sullivan Show
Members
Forum Posts: 481
Member Since:
2 November 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

I wish that I could enter parallel universes.

The following people thank KaleidoscopeMusic for this post:

Beatlebug

Only music can save us.

9 November 2015
7.15pm
Avatar
Starr Shine?
Waiting in the sky
Apple rooftop
Members
Forum Posts: 15566
Member Since:
1 November 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Annadog40 said
I wish I was omnipotent.

Still wishing that.

https://youtu.be/52nwiTs7bk8

Brainwashed by RadiantCowbells.

If you can't log in and can't use the forum go here and someone will help you out.

12 November 2015
7.17pm
Avatar
HongKongLady
Oz
Candlestick Park
Members
Forum Posts: 1639
Member Since:
17 February 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

I have a magic words for wishes Jumping beans and Flying fish, Give these folk their dearest wish!

The following people thank HongKongLady for this post:

trcanberra, Beatlebug, natureaker
14 November 2015
3.30pm
Avatar
natureaker
Blue Jay Way
Candlestick Park
Members
Forum Posts: 1477
Member Since:
28 July 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

I wish the world would be way more peaceful than it is now

The following people thank natureaker for this post:

Beatlebug, HongKongLady, KaleidoscopeMusic, Zig, trcanberra, ewe2
14 November 2015
3.42pm
Avatar
Beatlebug
Find me where ye echo lays
Moderator

Moderators
Forum Posts: 15060
Member Since:
15 February 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

natureaker said
I wish the world would be way more peaceful than it is now

So do I. I mean, we are primates, and primates will have disputes and troubles and fights, but I think what is going on now is just over the top. 

The following people thank Beatlebug for this post:

natureaker, HongKongLady

It verges from the sublime to the ridiculote

Silly-Girl-2016.png Silly-Girl-2017.png bbbadge2018.jpg

New to Forumpool? You can introduce yourself here. 

15 November 2015
4.49pm
Avatar
KaleidoscopeMusic
Ed Sullivan Show
Members
Forum Posts: 481
Member Since:
2 November 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

What's happening in the world reminds me of what John said in late 1970's (little genius, you). The reason why there's so much violence and economic systems are failing is because people are destroying countries from the inside out. two-virgins

Only music can save us.

15 November 2015
4.56pm
Avatar
meanmistermustard
Moderator
Members

Reviewers


Moderators
Forum Posts: 22187
Member Since:
1 May 2011
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Tho it doesnt help when governments make claims which are nonsense and lead to war.

"I told you everything I could about me, Told you everything I could" ('Before Believing' - Emmylou Harris) 

"Don't make your love suffer insecurities; Trade the baggage of 'self' to set another one free" ('Paper Skin' - Kendall Payne)

15 November 2015
5.08pm
Avatar
KaleidoscopeMusic
Ed Sullivan Show
Members
Forum Posts: 481
Member Since:
2 November 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Hmm ... can you expand on that?

Only music can save us.

15 November 2015
5.14pm
Avatar
meanmistermustard
Moderator
Members

Reviewers


Moderators
Forum Posts: 22187
Member Since:
1 May 2011
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

If you dont make up claims to go and bomb a country then groups dont appear in said bombed country that think you're evil and want to kill everyone in the West. Its safe to say that the West havent exactly helped make things better in Syria, Iraq etc.

 

Its just a massive mess with no easy solution and only going to get worse.

"I told you everything I could about me, Told you everything I could" ('Before Believing' - Emmylou Harris) 

"Don't make your love suffer insecurities; Trade the baggage of 'self' to set another one free" ('Paper Skin' - Kendall Payne)

15 November 2015
5.36pm
Avatar
KaleidoscopeMusic
Ed Sullivan Show
Members
Forum Posts: 481
Member Since:
2 November 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

There needs to be a lot more organization to stop those governmental claims that lead to fear and insecurity. It isn't helping an already dangerous situation in dealing with the East.

Only music can save us.

26 November 2015
10.30am
Avatar
Joe
Pepperland
Admin
Forum Posts: 5054
Member Since:
31 March 2008
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

@KaleidoscopeMusic I know comparisons to the Nazis normally get shouted down in online forums, but I saw this earlier in the week and it stopped me in my tracks.

It's precisely what the Conservative party are doing here in the UK. The pacifist (in Goering's quote) is the opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn (a grave threat to national and economic security, we're repeatedly told).

The following people thank Joe for this post:

Beatlebug, ewe2, KaleidoscopeMusic

Can buy me love! Please consider using these links to support the Beatles Bible: Amazon | iTunes
Or buy my paperback/ebook! Riding So High ‚Äď The Beatles and Drugs

Don't miss The Bowie Bible ‚Äď now live!

26 November 2015
5.51pm
Wigwam
Candlestick Park
Members
Forum Posts: 1639
Member Since:
17 October 2013
sp_UserOnlineSmall Online

meanmistermustard said
If you dont make up claims to go and bomb a country then groups dont appear in said bombed country that think you're evil and want to kill everyone in the West.

America and the West were being attacked before the First Gulf War and long before 9/11....1983 Embassy bombing 63 dead....'84 Beirut Barracks 307 dead....US Cole 17 dead.

Don't forget Lockerbie?

Here's a list of all the countries that have been subject to a muslim grievance .........It's quite a long one.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/....._attacks 

 

Its safe to say that the West havent exactly helped make things better in Syria, Iraq etc.

Have to agree there. Perhaps better to have left and leave Saddam, Gadhaffi and Assad alone to the slaughtering their own.....Gradually increasing chemical stockpiles and reaching for nuclear weapons......

 
MMM said:"Its just a massive mess with no easy solution and only going to get worse."

 

Have to agree.

26 November 2015
5.54pm
Wigwam
Candlestick Park
Members
Forum Posts: 1639
Member Since:
17 October 2013
sp_UserOnlineSmall Online

Joe said
@KaleidoscopeMusic I know comparisons to the Nazis normally get shouted down in online forums, but I saw this earlier in the week and it stopped me in my tracks.

It's precisely what the Conservative party are doing here in the UK. The pacifist (in Goering's quote) is the opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn (a grave threat to national and economic security, we're repeatedly told).

Looking at Corbyn's record.......Do you think he's patriotic?

 

Anyway I apply Godwin's law..........555

26 November 2015
6.08pm
Avatar
ewe2
Inside the beat
Rishikesh
Members
Forum Posts: 2793
Member Since:
8 January 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

I wish rich powerful people would realize it makes no difference, we're all the same and you don't make a better world for yourself by using fear and control on others.

The following people thank ewe2 for this post:

KaleidoscopeMusic, trcanberra

I'm like Necko only I'm a bassist ukulele guitar synthesizer kazoo penguin and also everyone. Or is everyone me? Now I'm a confused bassist ukulele guitar synthesizer kazoo penguin everyone who is definitely not @Joe.  This has been true for 2016 & 2017 Sig-Badge.png but I may have to get more specific in the future.

26 November 2015
7.28pm
Avatar
KaleidoscopeMusic
Ed Sullivan Show
Members
Forum Posts: 481
Member Since:
2 November 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

@Joe If you're interested in reading more about Goering and his tactics, I suggest the book "The Nazi and the Psychiatrist." It's a great read.

Right now, I wish Thanksgiving dinner consisted of more Italian food. (First world wishes.)

The following people thank KaleidoscopeMusic for this post:

trcanberra, Joe

Only music can save us.

26 November 2015
7.34pm
Avatar
Ron Nasty
Apple rooftop
Members

Reviewers
Forum Posts: 9575
Member Since:
17 December 2012
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

I find the beginning of the Second World War a fascinating contrast of both sides of the slides to war, drastically different.

It is an interesting thing to look at the Nazi and European Allies to war, considering had both sides had wanted to avoid war, what would be the terms, and what would be the cost. The Germans were led to war with propaganda, liars and demonisation of a people as evil, which led to one of the most horrific groups of genocide in history. We saw the coming storm but kept trying to put off.

Nevertheless, it came. It was an unavoidable clash of ideologies. All those chances to throw the handbrake avoided in the hope the brakes would work when applied. And they didn't. We waited until the last moment to say stop, while they had been rearming, indoctrinating their people with a creed and an enemy, while England and France, both knowing war was increasingly unavoidable. But there were increasingly desperate attempts to prolong the farce of "Peace in Our Time". And we weren't ready for it. Even with all the months of the phony war, we still weren't really ready for the onslaught because of all the disarming after WWI.

There is an argument that, had it been faced earlier, millions might have been saved.

Another moment that changes the course, and is where Hitler makes the mistake. He declares war unilaterally on America the day after Roosevelt has declared war on Japan following Pearl Harbor. Technically his treaty with Japan says he will, but look at what his treaty with Russia, and how quick that turned to toilet paper.

But Hitler stood by his treaties with the Japanese, and declared war on America in the wake of America declaring war on Japan. Mutual support. Mutual destruction. Hitler had missed the obvious, him declaring war on the Americans, allowed Roosevelt to say, "Europe First!"

You follow these things though, it's all just mistakes and arrogance

I'm not saying it's one side of the argument or the other that's right. We just keep rolling the dice. Do we ever get it truly right or truly wrong? Examine the stories of ideologies clashing.

My only point is sometimes a wrong is right and a right is wrong. It is a confusing worlds. Decades written in seconds. The butterfly's wing to the hurricane.

You end up with the question, do I react too early or too late?

And, in the end, you squint toward, "Yes, is the answer!" and a-hard-days-night-paul-5 know that for sure.

In the end, the dice roll, and we cover our nuts!!! a-hard-days-night-george-10

[Don't where where that came from, or if it makes any sense, but there were some almost moments... I thought... when I almost said it right! a-hard-days-night-paul-10]

The following people thank Ron Nasty for this post:

KaleidoscopeMusic, ewe2

"I only said we were bigger than Rod... and now there's all this!" Ron Nasty

 

The Beatles Non-Canon Poll List

26 November 2015
7.43pm
Avatar
KaleidoscopeMusic
Ed Sullivan Show
Members
Forum Posts: 481
Member Since:
2 November 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

The ultimate wish for everyone is to stop playing mind games. Once they're out of the way, we can actually solve the problems. John (unsurprisingly) had it right.a-hard-days-night-john-1

Only music can save us.

26 November 2015
8.25pm
Avatar
Starr Shine?
Waiting in the sky
Apple rooftop
Members
Forum Posts: 15566
Member Since:
1 November 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Ron Nasty said

But Hitler stood by his treaties with the Japanese,

I wonder how the war would of gone down if England stuck with its treaty with Japan.

https://youtu.be/52nwiTs7bk8

Brainwashed by RadiantCowbells.

If you can't log in and can't use the forum go here and someone will help you out.

Forum Timezone: America/Chicago
Most Users Ever Online: 597
Currently Online: Wigwam, William Shears Campbell
1
Guest(s)
Currently Browsing this Page:
1 Guest(s)
Top Posters:
Starr Shine?: 15566
Ron Nasty: 9575
Necko: 7850
50yearslate: 7113
parlance: 7111
mr. Sun king coming together: 6403
AppleScruffJunior: 6252
Mr. Kite: 6147
trcanberra: 6045
mithveaen: 4621
Member Stats:
Guest Posters: 87
Members: 2720
Moderators: 6
Admins: 2
Forum Stats:
Groups: 3
Forums: 44
Topics: 4751
Posts: 325420
Newest Members:
IONEIX HE DIE, SkipsAweiro, martofilo, keith_lannon, saxtell
Moderators: Joe: 5054, Zig: 9807, meanmistermustard: 22187, Ahhh Girl: 18203, Beatlebug: 15060, The Hole Got Fixed: 6799
Administrators: Joe: 5054, Ellie: 4