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|Friday, September 23rd, 2005|
now that's a pirate with a history... hehe.
in honor of the Colonel
|Monday, April 18th, 2005|
How are all of you?
|Tuesday, September 14th, 2004|
by Frank Halliwell
The rigging sings the north wind's song,
Through all the sheets it's sighing.
The pirate crew atoning now
In time that flight is buying.
The holds are filled with plundered store;
The sheets can not be coaxed for more.
We'll all hang high, the captain swore.
For our sins, we'll be dying.
The frigate flies before the wind,
Her every fibre straining.
The quarry can't escape them now,
In what sea room's remaining.
"Put one round close across her bow!
The boarding party ready now!
She'll strike her colours soon, I vow!
Or blood, her decks be staining!"
To starboard; land, and land ahead.
To port; the frigate, gaining!
They curse the hand of destiny,
And know their fortunes waning.
The waters shift from blue to green
As heaven lights the depths unseen.
The surf roars out its endless paean
To join the north wind's keening.
A shadow sweeps beneath her keel,
The coral pink and bright;
And rips apart her stout oak heart
And chills her crew with fright.
The waves rush in to seal their fate,
The women and the children wait.
The lamps burn and the slow bell tolls,
Long into the night.
that geocities capt cutlass site on the last entry is actually really good, now that I've looked into it more.
|Sunday, September 12th, 2004|
anyone have anything else?http://www.geocities.com/captcutlass/
entertaining site, mainly just good music...
"Some of the earliest pirates were the Phoenicians who plied the Mediterranean from about 2000 B.C.. While the Phoenicians conducted much legitimate trade, they also didn't flinch from attacking other merchant ships or even coastal towns.
Later, around 150 B.C. the Cilician pirates from Turkey took control of the Mediterranean until 67 B.C. when the Roman senate ordered Pompey, a brilliant Roman general, to hunt them down. He was successful in clearing the sea of them within three months.
Pirates appeared in great number on the Mediterranean again during the Middle Ages. While on land, crusades were conducted by Christian Europeans to get control of the "Holy Land" of the Middle East, held by Muslims, pirates conducted similar battles on the Sea. These pirates, known as the Corsairs, were skilled Muslim and Christian seamen who attacked ships owned by those of the opposing religion. The booty they gained was often the crew and passengers of the ships as well as the cargo. Men and women were sold as slaves or, in the case of those from rich families, ransomed for cash." from http://unmuseum.mus.pa.us/pirate.htm
that's all I have now Current Mood: busy
|Sunday, August 1st, 2004|
Alrighty then. My mom knows about my online journal, so I'm posting this here. My sister the bitch is back. If you didn't know the circumstances of her departure, well, don't worry about it. If you did know, I ask once again where karma is. I want something GOOD to happen to me for a change Current Mood: pessimistic
|Tuesday, July 27th, 2004|
|Sunday, July 25th, 2004|
Just posting. At least I think that's what Rita's instructions were. >Scroll for summary>>>
Umm, let's see, today is my cousin Suzy's birthday. I saw the newly painted-almost finished section of the youth room!!! Rita, it PWNS!!! All 3 humans in the house caught a strange case of extreme sleepiness/general lethargy that was probably caused by the freakishly long sermon, which was VERY long, even for Ted. Then we came home and sat here/napped/ate lunch and went to Target, where I got a new pajama shirt that says ENGLAND!!!!!!! Dinner-Kim, Rick, Jack, followed by several hours at their house. That's what happened to me today. Weee.
|Monday, July 19th, 2004|
HI. My TV died. It just died. Luckily we have 2 more. However, until my dad moves it, this restricts my viewing of Holy Grail. Sigh.
|Sunday, July 18th, 2004|
That came up when I searched for "Sir Henry Morgan pirates" on Google "i'm feeling lucky". Thought it would be nice to post something in this friggin community.
|Friday, July 16th, 2004|
Oh, so what? You thought cause I was several million miles away you didn't have to post? Don't make me keelhaul you lazy people. Current Mood: blah
|Friday, June 25th, 2004|
Wow. Rita, you're so awesome. You're almost as awesome as Henry Morgan. But of course not quite that awesome, because nobody could ever be that awesome ever again. I really like legos. I wish they made more pirate lego sets. There should be a pirate in Harry Potter. I like goats, too, there's an imaginary goat in my head. Rita doesn't like him much, though. Anyway, you know, with all my different personalities and people in my head, you never know who might be writing this right now. One more thing, I LOVE MONKEYS!!!!!! (brought to you by the good people at Brooklawn Mental Center) Current Mood: cold
|Thursday, June 24th, 2004|
Alright, you guys can post about stuff that isn't pirates, just...post, please? I realize Patrick can't, but the rest of you have no excuse! Except for Pam, who's out of town. But the rest of you! I'll right, I'll post again later, going to Burger King Current Mood: crazy
|Monday, June 21st, 2004|
Alright. Henry Morgan gets to be even more spiffy now. He was buried in Port Royal, which is normal. They were all sad and sang some of his favorite driking songs at the funeral, which is normal...and makes me want to cry because he so PWNS, why must he die??? Then, several years later, there was an earthquake and the town of Port Royal, which he called his home, and where he was buried, became the newest Atlantis. The sea claimed Morgan's bones. You see? You see the pwnage?? He is so awesome, and spiffy, and super, and...you get the point. Current Mood: touched
|Saturday, June 19th, 2004|
I'm here because put simply, Rita told me to be. After almost 10 years you learn to do what Rita tells you...so here I am. :D
Pirates sound so pretty!
Every1 needs to get off ther baks
Pam, you do realize that both Anne Bonny and Mary Read were pregnant by the same man, even though neither were married to him, and Anne had already had one child with him? Who she left with some island people? Oh well. I found out that I was confused, L'ollonois was not the burning people on spits person, it was someone else, Bloche or something like that. He did the heart thing though, and he also used to tie a cord around someone's head and tighten it until their eyes actually popped out. Isn't that sick? Current Mood: chipper
|Friday, June 18th, 2004|
holla, this is Pam, a major hipster. Well, the only thing I have in common with pirates is I like to drink alcohol too (but not as much as those cats did :P). Well, Rita likes pirates, even though they were rapists and womanizers (like Rita!). jk.
(this part is to brighten Rita's day)
Sir Henry Morgan was a really cool guy, with how he became gvnr after being arrested. It's kind of like how a foreigner became gvnr of cali! Well, I like Anne Bonny myself, since she basically beat up anyone who crossed her in any which way. "Anne cheerfully told her she’d make sure there was quite a bit of distance between them and then proceeded to punch the woman in the mouth, knocking out two of her teeth in the process." Yeah. After that she joined Calico Jack, which was some dude or another, but he had a cool nickname. Thomas Tew also seems cool, even though at one point he sold over 100 arab women on a pilgrimage to Mecca into slavery, which wasn't too hip.
Yeah Rita, I looked up pirates........feel loved.
why is it SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
ITS TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO silent
im a watcher
I dont know HOW but i am!
ui havent anj idea of whjat it means tho