“If ya ain’t got it in ya, ya can’t blow it out. ” – Louis Armstrong, born 4th August, 1901
As Bill Clinton said in his first inauguration : “There is nothing wrong with America that cannot be cured by what is right with America.”
For proof, consider this prose sonnet (poeticised a bit by me) from christian conservative “Shelly” of San Diego:
“When I go to the Gate, I’ll play a duet with Gabriel. Yeah, we’ll play ‘Sleepy Time Down South’ and ‘Hello, Dolly!.’ Then he can blow a couple that he’s been playing up there all the time.” – Satchmo, in the spirit of America.
posted by Geoff Fox, longing to be free, but locked down bad in Terra Nullius, 4th August, 2020
The link above is a film of a spontaneous song created and sung by Jaya Kelana of Solo today for today, Indonesia’s National Broadcasting Day. The song is inspired by the thinking of Guilelmo Marconi, an Italian electrical engineer and inventor who won the 1909 Nobel Prize in Physics in recognition of his contribution to the development of radio.