If you have found this page then you are probably
one of Kate'sMates™
This means there is a good chance you probably
share respect for 19th century British naturalist and author
Charles Darwin too.
His life is an extraordinary tale of the power of free thought
in the face of the repressive academics and conservatives
of his time.
His works, including 'Origin of
Species', is still influencing and surprising
scientists well over 100 years after his death!
His concepts postulates the value of division of the church
from the state & intelligence from mob mentality.
He gives me hope that there will be further evolution in our
For the bored, the cynically challenged
or with a bruised ego if you like. These links should
put you right, well at least temporarily.
If I could kiss it better I would, mwwaah xxx. But of course that
is impossible, so this will have to be my best shot for now. These
not-for-profit links are mostly borrowed art work, & are purely
here to amuse you.
Here are some mood
swings and merry-go-rounds for those in need of stimulation, or
a collection of sentiments to send to your cohorts. Please enjoy
(recommended.~ sure to cheer anyone up - but it is a powerpoint
a poem dedicated to the Stolen Generation, but for anyone that
ever had a mother of any type whatsoever. I wrote this with much
*Today, (12-02-2008) Australian P.M. Kevin Rudd apologized to
the indigenous people and all indigenous relatives in the spirit
of healing. Good on you! And good on you for accepting the good
will that is in the heart of all good people in this fine nation,
and let' me be real for a moment, most people are good people
and want good karma, unless they are in ...
~ believe this, from their site changed last year but live
for about 14 years, this may explain why I can be litigious and
a little paranoid..
Gingerphobia :- an impairment
characterized by a fear of redheads and/or a nasty stupid club
infection. Thought to have been caused by being force-fed carrots
by goody-two-shoes parents. Curable, but only if the patient has table manners, conversational skills,
above average intelligence and any vestiges of a soul in order to be selected for luscious
a young Melbourne band is way cool, and HOT!
- definitely worth a listen! click
here to go to their site for some awesome euphoric and unique
FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
'Don't let the bastards get you down, Darl'
Wire bringing comedic style to a satirical head, and you over
there - wipe that vinegar stroke
off your ..
Please contact Cyberkate if you would like to comment or contribute,
please see the contact page (for those of you who are able to communicate).
I love the notion of world peace and
War is over! If you want it. Happy Christmas from John & Yoko.
Among so many things John left as
his legacy The White Feather Foundation - For the Conservation of
Life, The White Feather Foundation embraces environmental and humanitarian
issues and in conjunction with partners from around the world, helps
to raise funds for all life and honours those who have truly made
Traditionally, in England, the white feather was seen as a symbol
of cowardice. Yes we are very scared and terrified that orphans
and forests would be left to die abandoned. Thank you for your benvolence
and good works. John told Julian during their concilliation period
that if there was life after death he would acknowlege him with a
white feather.. hmmm you got to love that xx
Everyone should love George too mmm!
Here's two very cool cats!
Sir Paul McCartney MBE (b. 18/06/42, Gemini), John
Lennon MBE (9/10/40 - 08/12/80 Libra), Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, (Transcendental Meditation spiritual mentor), George Harrison MBE (24/02/43 - 29/11/01
Pisces) and Ringo Starr MBE (b. Richard Starkey 7/07/40 Cancer).
These 2 great friends met when they were 16 and 15. Oh so cute
and cheeky aren't they?
Julia (nee Stanley), John's mother was a true bohemian and their
rehearsal drummer/ukulele/harmonica and a huge inspiration for
these darlings and their respective families. She was replaced
by Pete Best cropped out of this photo as he was later replaced
Even earlier, when George was only 12 he met Paul on the bus to
school, and was his secret friend for a short while. Of course
at only 12 being taken seriously as cool is always a struggle,
unless, of course, you are in Silverchair.
At the risk of going too farclick
here to hear Freddy Lennon's (John's Dad) recording from 1965;
who met Julia when she was only 13 and taught her the ukulele,.
Such a phenomenon is Beatlemania that it is often fantasized that
the gorgeous offspring might do it again for this century. Dreaming
~ but here's my successful attempt to get representatives of each
progeny together in the one place.
Special kudos to Dhani for his part in pursuing their legacy and
also for being the instigator of 'Rock Band' - The Beatles computer
game for Wii. Well done you TheNewNo2,
(I am sure George would be so proud).
Zak Starkey has been The Who drummer since 1994 and also with
Oasis among others.
They all have done their folks proud (too many to mention them
all) with Julian working
to save the whale that includes a filmic exploration "Whaledreamers"
~ the extraordinary connection, both ancient and modern, between
humanity and the cetaceans; achieving great rewards and awards
for this poignant Darwinian feat and leaving a legacy in his own
right. Julian is also co-creator of a new release cd "Lucy"
for the Lupus
Foundation.(new cd early 2011). He has also expanded his repertoire
with an amaingly beautiful
photographic exhibition. Awesome!
In Vegas 2006, Julian Lennon and Dhani Harrison take their legacy
in the spirit it was created @ the launch of 'Love',
the 'Cirque De Soleil' tribute to THE
BEATLES. The music was remastered
by George Martin and his son Nigel, totally bringing them into
the here and now with total attention to extreme quality. Clearly, the star quality runs hot in the families xx
Dhani Harrison and James McCartney share a moment ~