Okay I need to say a few words of Augustus my twin he is sweet and kind and lovely and i adore him and he is very intelligent and it is sometimes the way that people see the film A Fish Called Wanda of Otto....! Kevin Kline! he is a great funny person and always around and here is a little something from the famous Otto Gross and how he wrote some of his greates works under the influence and about drugs!!!!  I doubt that Augustus will never be arrested he is too cool and sweet but his ideas very radical!

Abstract

At the beginning of the 20th century, the psychoanalyst Otto Gross was a notorious

figure in the anarchistic, bohemian milieu of Germany and his native Austria. His radical

approach to both psychoanalytic therapy, which he took way further than Sigmund

Freud himself, and the liberating use of drugs, brought him, together with his utopian

ideas of radical ‘de-patriarcalization’ of society, in touch if not on collision course with

many of the great personalities of that time – Freud, Carl Jung, Max Weber, Franz Kafka

to name but some. His arrest and subsequent commitment to a mental hospital in

1913 led to a scandal in the press, due to the widespread but dubious notion that it

happened as a result of a conspiracy, instigated by his detested father, the well-known

professor of law, Hans Gross. The pseudo-genius Otto Gross was in a great many things

a forerunner of the anti-authoritarian youth rebel of later times, and in a brief phase

before World War I he obtained symbolic status in the ongoing culture war between

fathers and sons, a war, which not least was nourished by the advent of that new liberation-

ideology, psychoanalysis.

Psykoanalytikeren Otto Gross var i begyndelsen af det 20. århundrede en herostratisk figur

i det anarkistiske bohememiljø i Østrig og Tyskland. Hans radikale tilgang til såvel den

psykoanalytiske terapi og som den frigørende brug af stoffer, samt hans utopiske forestillinger

om en radikal ’af-patriarkalisering’ af samfundet, bragte ham i tvivlsom berøring med

mange af tidens personligheder – Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, Max Weber, Franz Kafka

o.a. Hans arrestation og følgende tvangsindlæggelse på et sindssygehospital i 1913 førte

til en medieskandale, baseret på den udbredte, men tvivlsomme forestilling, at det fandt

sted som følge af et komplot, der var iværksat af hans forhadte fader, juraprofessoren Hans

Gross. Otto Gross var i mangt og meget en tidlig udgave af senere tiders antiautoritære

ungdomsoprører, og fik en kort fase før første verdenskrig symbolstatus i en kulturkamp

mellem fædre og sønner, der ikke mindst havde fået næring fra den nye frigørelsesideologi,

psykoanalysen.

Jackson MACDougal the 3rd at the age of 1-1/2 

I boarded a train one night late on my way to Paris for the 3rd time I had gotten my passport stolen and for 5 days yes count em and I still dont know  how I did it but for 5 days I rode the trains from Italy to Paris all day and all night without a ticket...as they say George just lucky I guess however one  night on the way to Paris for final attempt to be given a passport I got approached by the ticket agent at Marseille at 1:30 am and she stuck me in a sleeper car...I put  the blanket over my head and hid in the sleeper a man dressed up as a woman in a conductor's suit knocked on the door and handed a bowl of candy to my sheepishly and I had the wild blonde hair all messed up and pretended I was Donty do and I grabbed a handful of candy and hid back under the blanket...pretty soon the train stopped in the country side and a 4 some of about 65 years old all hiked their way into the cabin and had all these very cool backpacks etc. I continued to hide under the top blankets and when I would peek out from under the blankets one of the older guys would smile up and me and wink....hm....then the conductor comes back as we travel on down the train and he says something to the effect of hey down down down and he leaves the room and the guy is doing a little jig in the middle of the bunk beds and the others are in their beds and i am assuming he is assuming i am supposed to be "hey" ing him but i continued to hide under the covers and about 1/2 hour late the door opens on the way to Paris and their all in their beds fast asleep and when the doors open I bolt out of the bed and zoom out of the cars and tear down the runways and to this day I still think that they thought I was a boy!!!!!!! 

     Although I am not sure of the reception that that older guy would of got doing his jig if it would of been Donty do

Here is a great song from the Canadians all that comes from Canada is great...I met a lady at Paris who owned a huge travel agency and she let me stay at her gorgeous apartment for 10 days and most of the time about 8 days she left me, The lady went to visit her husband in the country they were of the  famous "de Thes" of Paris they owned just about all of Paris and i got to stay at the apartment all the time especially at Easter time i felt holidayish!

During that time i had the radio on and i heard for the first time the famous song being song below...i fell in love with that song and here it is...

 


The Cat Came Back

Version 1

Written By: Harry S. Miller
Copyright Unknown

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Old Mister Johnson had troubles of his own
He had a yellow cat which wouldn't leave its home;
He tried and he tried to give the cat away,
He gave it to a man goin' far, far away.

But the cat came back the very next day,
The cat came back, we thought he was a goner
But the cat came back; it just couldn't stay away.
Away, away, yea, yea, yea

The man around the corner swore he'd kill the cat on sight,
He loaded up his shotgun with nails and dynamite;
He waited and he waited for the cat to come around,
Ninety seven pieces of the man is all they found.

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But the cat came back the very next day,
The cat came back, we thought he was a goner
But the cat came back; it just couldn't stay away.
Away, away, yea, yea, yea

He gave it to a little boy with a dollar note,
Told him for to take it up the river in a boat;

They tied a rope around its neck, it must have weighed a pound
Now they drag the river for a little boy that's drowned.

But the cats came back the very next day,
The cat came back, we thought he was a goner
But the cat came back; it just couldn't stay away.
Away, away, yea, yea, yea

He gave it to a man going up in a balloon,
He told him for to take it to the man in the moon;
The balloon came down about ninety miles away,
Where he is now, well I dare not say.


 


But the cat came back the very next day,
The cat came back, we thought he was a goner
But the cat came back; it just couldn't stay away.
Away, away, yea, yea, yea

He gave it to a man going way out West,
Told him for to take it to the one he loved the best;
First the train hit the curve, then it jumped the rail,
Not a soul was left behind to tell the gruesome tale.

But the cat came back the very next day,
The cat came back, we thought he was a goner
But the cat came back; it just couldn't stay away.
Away, away, yea, yea, yea

The cat it had some company one night out in the yard,
Someone threw a boot-jack, and they threw it mighty hard;
It caught the cat behind the ear, she thought it rather slight,
When along came a brick-bat and knocked the cat out of sight

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But the cat came back the very next day,
The cat came back, we thought he was a goner
But the cat came back; it just couldn't stay away.
Away, away, yea, yea, yea

Away across the ocean they did send the cat at last,...
Vessel only out a day and making water fast;
People all began to pray, Under His Wing by Jay Bryant Ward the boat began to toss,
A great big gust of wind came by and every soul was lost.

But the cat came back the very next day,
The cat came back, we thought he was a goner
But the cat came back; it just couldn't stay away.
Away, away, yea, yea, yea

On a telegraph wire, sparrows sitting in a bunch,
The cat was feeling hungry, thought she'd like 'em for a lunch;
Climbing softly up the pole, and when she reached the top,
Put her foot upon the electric wire, which tied her in a knot.

But the cat came back the very next day,
The cat came back, we thought he was a goner
But the cat came back; it just couldn't stay away.
Away, away, yea, yea, yea

The cat was a possessor of a family of its own,
With seven little kittens till there came a cyclone;
Blew the houses all apart and tossed the cat around,
The air was full of kittens, and not a one was ever found.

But the cat came back the very next day,
The cat came back, we thought he was a goner
But the cat came back; it just couldn't stay away.
Away, away, yea, yea, yea

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The H-Bomb fell in the very same way;
Russia went, England went, and then the U.S.A.
The human race was finished without a chance to pray.

But the cat came back the very next day,
The cat came back, we thought he was a goner
But the cat came back; it just couldn't stay away.
Away, away, yea, yea, yea