Dustban 19 Featuring Johnny Clues

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From Thursday July 17th.

Dusty Ash, Johnny Clues and Banazir

on The Texas Massacre, MH17, Buzz Aldrin and Brave New World.

download: db-0019


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5 thoughts on “Dustban 19 Featuring Johnny Clues

  1. el sushi de la manchael sushi de la mancha

    And as for the Fakeologist avatar that I use, that “lady” on the picture is Patti Varrone, the body guard (yes ! the bodyguard) of Rudolph Giuliani back in 2001.
    Well, I guess I don’t really need to tell who “she” actually is…LMAO.

  2. el sushi de la manchael sushi de la mancha

    I’m El Sushi De La Mancha, aka ElSushi from CluesForum, I live in sushi land and I’m a male (well, I think so).
    I did both the French and Arabic translations of September Clues.

    I’m glad to hear you liked both the movie and book.

  3. JohnnyCluesJohnnyClues

    The Houston Texas “Alleged” Shooting
    fakeologist.com…

    Cassidy Stay Video
    www.youtube.com…

    Jungle Surfer Video
    www.youtube.com…

    Lawyer and prosecutor on murder charges against Haskell
    www.youtube.com…

    Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World
    www.youtube.com…

    Bubble Puppy – Texan psychedelic rock band originally active from 1967 to 1970
    en.wikipedia.org…
    Bubble Puppy was formed in 1966 in San Antonio, Texas by Rod Prince and Roy Cox.
    The name “Bubble Puppy”[2] was taken from “Centrifugal Bumble-Puppy”, a fictitious
    children’s game in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World. Bubble Puppy’s live debut was as
    the opening act for The Who in San Antonio.

    www.technovelgy.com…
    Centrifugal Bumble Puppy
    Futuristic children’s game – This reminds me of a playground device that I’ve seen for the
    last fifteen years or so (not when I was a kid). It is a three foot-wide funnel set at the
    top of a pole; the funnel lets out into four chutes that point in four directions. You throw
    the ball into the funnel (an easy ‘basket’), and then you have to guess which direction it
    will come out; lots of fun for groups of kids. The Director and his students stood for a short
    time watching a game of Centrifugal Bumble-puppy. Twenty children were grouped in a circle round
    a chrome steel tower. A ball thrown up so as to land on the platform at the top of the tower
    rolled down into the interior, fell on a rapidly revolving disk, was hurled through one or
    other of the numerous apertures pierced in the cylindrical casing, and had to be caught.
    From Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley. Published by Unknown in 1932

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