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Дейнего: Запрет торговли с Донбассом воздействует на мирный процесс


В Донбассе ждут реакции Верховной Рады на законопроект украинской националистической партии «Свобода» о запрете торговли с самопровозглашёнными ДНР и ЛНР, поведал «Русской службе новостей» полпред ЛНР Вячеслав Дейнего.


 «Реакция Верховной Рады на этот законопроект будет еще одним индикатором, как Украина готова продолжать делать комплекс мер», — выделил Дейнего.


Дейнего отметил, что принятие закона может помешать мирному урегулированию ситуации в Донбассе.  


 «Не хотелось бы, чтоб такие шаги нас вывели из контекста мирного минского процесса. Охото возлагать, что разум возобладает», — произнес Дейнего.


29 сентября в Минске участники Контактной группы по урегулированию ситуации на Украине условились об отводе вооружения калибром наименее 100 мм в Донбассе.


Ранее представитель ЛНР сказал «Русской службе новостей», что согласованный всеми сторонами документ подпишут в последнее время. По его словам, соглашение оформлено в виде дополнения к комплексу мер от 12 февраля 2015 года.

Источник: Rusnovosti.ru



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Сергей Аксёнов призвал обитателей Крыма не ездить на Украину


Глава республики порекомендовал в случае необходимости заезжать на украинскую местность со стороны Ростовской области либо других русских областей.


По словам Аксёнова, на границе были случаи изымательства над крымчанами.


Вице-премьер крымского правительства Руслан Бальбек ранее докладывал, что радикалы установили на границе блокпосты и обыскивают легковые авто, не имея на то никаких легитимных оснований.



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В столичном метро закрыли центральные станции Замоскворецкой полосы


В столичном метро закрыли центральные станции Замоскворецкой полосы. Для входа и выхода недосягаемы «Театральная», «Тверская» и «Маяковская». Метропоезда от «Белорусской» до «Новокузнецкой» не прогуливаются.


Центральный участок зелёной ветки будет закрыт до завтрашнего утра, докладывает веб-сайт столичной подземки. Это нужно для полгого ремонта путей.


Управление метрополитена рекомендует пассажирам воспользоваться другими станциями, также наземным транспортом.


Для удобства проезда к закрытой станции «Маяковская» будет увеличено количество подвижного состава на маршрутах троллейбусов №1 и 12, также на автобусном маршруте № 12Ц. Работа Замоскворецкой полосы в штатном режиме возобновится в воскресенье, 18 октября, в 05:30.

 
 
deathlistmag
17 October 2005 @ 09:16 pm
Readers,

First, let us thank you, the beautiful people, for answering our latest distress call. We could not have gotten this far with this magazine without all of you out there being willing to jump on a grenade like a boot lieutenant and take one for the team. Your loyalty and dedication to the team and your sworn duty as artiest continues to astound us all here within the sacred walls of the minimalist offices of DL5. We have decided to take a brief hiatus in order to get our computer: software, hardware and printer situation straightened out. The ‘America' issue will be pushed back until January at the earliest. This should give us more time to run down bios and poetry especially visual art, and you more time to submit you see we’re not procrastinating its a win win situation for everyone. Right? Riiiiiight. We will check into having our hobbled printer repaired, get new publishing software, our own copy of quark and keep our eyes open for a copier that should make printing a lot more sane, cost effective and consistent. In the mean time, keep those poems coming and we will keep you up to date on how things are going after the move at the end of the month. Enjoy your winter snowflake and we will see you next year.

fuck peace,
tafkatpod
 
 
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17 October 2005 @ 09:15 pm
“I'm not from Hollywood, I’m not here to fuck your face and my time is very valuable.”
–Spotsworth ‘Team America’

So, we the editors here at DL5 are hard at work again getting more copies of volume 4 ready to bind and getting volume five ready to go into quark tonight. Yesterday we worked for about four hours at Maxs’ apartment, trying to get the extra copies of volume four ready for the reading Sunday. His printer, an old inkjet HP, kept eating pages and hanging. We ended up with a half dozen or more totally useless half printed copies for the trash and two, count them one, two copies of the magazine ready to be bound. We decided to stop for the day at around 7pm, the entire day was the definition of frustration. Normally, at these quarterly readings, (ok the last reading was only about a month ago and the last issue was printed less than two months ago but I don’t really want to get into that whole volume four cluster fuck right now,) we have the fourth coming volume ready for sale along with any copies of the previously published issue we haven’t sold. Well, the story with this printer situation is this, we have to sit there and feed the printer the paper one sheet at a time, it takes about ten minutes per copy and that’s if by some miracle the thing doesn’t eat a page or two and we find ourselves aborting another print run. Let us hope the printer is in better humor this evening. Some of you may be wondering why in the hell are they telling us all of this we do not care about how hard anybody works on anything, entertain us, I have wondered about the same thing myself and the only reason I can think of is this. We often find ourselves reading the journals, diaries and correspondence of our late literary hero’s consciously or subconsciously looking for the secret. As if success were a kind of magic. Talent is a kind of magic but success comes to those gifted few who put in the hundreds or thousands of hours of hard work and study required to learn anything worth knowing in this world in order to prepare themselves for the day when an opportunity to succeed presents itself. I know how corny it sounds but that’s just the reality crashing into your juvenile fantasy. I hope that these entries will help to demystify the process of writing and publishing and all the behinds the scenes political cock sucking that goes on in the literary world. If we do our jobs right here at DL5 none if you will ever need swallow a creamy load in order to get your writing or any other type of art into the public sphere.
"Now suck my cock. Just kidding" -Spotsworth 'Team America'
 
 
 
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17 October 2005 @ 09:14 pm
My favorite writers are the Harlem Renaissance and Beat writers. I listen to the real poets here in Dallas hoping to find someone who can hit the sweet spot so I can get off. If nothing else all of these years of going to poetry readings has taught me to empathize with all of those sexually frustrated women out there writing to Cosmo about having to finish the job by hand after some, can’t hang needle dicked fucker has gotten thier motor running, but ain’t got the testicular fortitude to stay in there and stick it out until the job is done. Sisters, I feel your pain in the literary sense. Going to all of these poetry readings is like looking for a real stickman at Vassar, futile. I try to get out to every quality regular poetry reading or literary gathering in the city at least once a month. Most of the local literatis’ circle jerks are completely without any artistic merit. Consequently, I don’t feel as if I have missed a damned thing by not attending these Twinkie filled wanker fest. I also hit the featured readings when time and cash flow allow.
As one of the editors that publish the quarterly arts and literary magazine, Death List Five (voice of the lunatic fringe), I find myself constantly on the look out, in search of quality new underground, under appreciated, hardcore literary and artistic talents. If you think you have some writing or art that doesn't suck like a black hole, then send it to DL5. Consider yourself warned, if you’re into the poor me, my life is so hard, my parents don’t understand me, save the rainforest, men are bad, republicans are bad, praise the lord, mock everybody that does anything real or significant with their lives, weak ass, sloppy twat, limp dick politically correct left nutt or right winged emo bullshit I can save you the time you’d waste submitting that tripe and the time we would have to waste, not to mention the pain, reading it. Nevertheless, if you still think you have something to say with style and intelligence bring it on daisy.
 
 
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17 October 2005 @ 09:13 pm
The following is the first draft of the introduction to volume five of the magazine just thought I'ld throw it out there for you guys to knaw on for a while. jdc

Readers,
We, the publishers and editors of DL5, would like to take this opportunity to once again thank you, the people who buy, read and submit to this magazine. DL5 is now one year old and has already grown into an official 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation, wearing our official mask as Project 108 Publications. This is our first theme issue and our anniversary issue. The theme, along with our newfound status as a non-profit corporation may require a bit of an explanation to those of you who might question the veracity of our self proclaimed sub-title as the undergrounds ‘voice of the lunatic fringe’. Yet the fledgling magazines reputation for excellence rest solely on the undeniable quality of each volumes content.

The America issue is inspired by my love of the great America poems by writers such as Langston Hughs and Allen Ginsberg. After reading an America poem of my on at the Balcony Clubs poetry salon other writers shared their America poems with us and thus the idea for the theme issue was born. All of the writers and artist in this volume are writing about the same subject matter but from a variety of differing perspectives. Some are living overseas, others are on the east coast, some are wealthy, while others are living hand to mouth. Yet something has driven all of these writers to create, to make a statement on what it is that defines the American at the beginning of the 21st century. These poems are often humorous, defiant and unconventional in their approach to the subject but they are always genuine and personal. The writers leave neither themselves nor you the reader any escape from what it has become to be an American. These days we often find ourselves laughing at the antics Washington but we know it is not really funny. These writers are not political extremist for the left or the right but mainly center-ist, just like the majority of the population of our nation. They just happen to be talented poets and a photographer who wrote about and photographed the subject. But their voices are the songs of enlightened reason and progressive insight, rational voices whose music is in your every “mind breath”.

This one-year anniversary volume is here to showcase the Art of being American, these days it really is an art form even if you’re not an artist. Often we are forced to be spiritual high wire artist, moral contortionist or more often, we choose to be psychologically Houdinis, escape from reality in one metaphysical fantasy or the other artist. These five artists have taken the blue pill in order to show you how deep the rabbit hole goes as we follow them to a rendezvous with a red, white and blue muse. These are the visions and observations of those willfully trapped in the real world wide-awake and screaming. Enjoy.

The editors DL5 jdc


Death List Five website http://www.deathlistmag.tripod.com/


poetry of Jolee Davis
http://www.livejournal.com/thighs of plato/

poems by Joey Da’rrell Cloudy full penetration poetry http://www.livejournal.com/tafkatpod/
 
 
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17 October 2005 @ 09:11 pm
Ladies, Gentlemen, Children of all ages and the rest of you freaks,
Death List Five is now officially a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation, (that is over 3000 pages of archaic legal mumbo jumbo to you civilians) luckily we have our own pro bono legal eagle to navigate when our literary efforts require a law mind, Thanks Tom. Yes, we are barely legal now. What that means to you is that we can now beg professionally for corporate donations (which they can write off on their taxes as a charitable donation) and federal grant money to fund this little literary guerrilla operation. We plan to begin holding fundraisers in order to purchase a bookbinding machine and various other pieces of office equipment. Also we will soon be able to hire a staff of student assistants to help with the day to day operations because well, begging for money to support the arts is hard work and as much as I am loathed to admit it I can’t do everything and neither can Jolee. Of course along with a desire to ramp of the quality and numbers of each run of the magazine we are also going after the big fish of publishing the great white...distributor. Therefore, in the not too distant future you will be seeing Death List Five with ISBN numbers, in bookstores all over the world! Well that is our goal anyway, to take this magazine as far as your talent permits. We know that we will never make any money doing this and that there is no fame for publishers. Still we spend the only commodity we have our time doing this because we love, honor and respect the writers and artist out there who send us their best work as food for thought, to which all I can say is “...I won’t waste your food.” –Akira Kurosawa ‘Seven Samaria’

Thank you all for making the first year of DL5 absolutely spectacular, it has been my honor to serve you and remember, Submit! God damn it, but never surrender.

Joey Da’rrell Cloudy /editor
 
 
deathlistmag
17 October 2005 @ 09:10 pm
Ladies, Gentlemen, Children of all ages and the rest of you freaks,
Death List Five is now officially a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation, (that is over 3000 pages of archaic legal mumbo jumbo to you civilians) luckily we have our own pro bono legal eagle to navigate when our literary efforts require a law mind, Thanks Tom. Yes, we are barely legal now. What that means to you is that we can now beg professionally for corporate donations (which they can write off on their taxes as a charitable donation) and federal grant money to fund this little literary guerrilla operation. We plan to begin holding fundraisers in order to purchase a bookbinding machine and various other pieces of office equipment. Also we will soon be able to hire a staff of student assistants to help with the day to day operations because well, begging for money to support the arts is hard work and as much as I am loathed to admit it I can’t do everything and neither can Jolee. Of course along with a desire to ramp up the quality and numbers of each run of the magazine we are also going after the big fish of publishing the great white...distributor. Therefore, in the not too distant future you will be seeing Death List Five with ISBN numbers, in bookstores all over the world! Well that is our goal anyway, to take this magazine as far as your talent permits. We know that we will never make any money doing this and that there is no fame for publishers. Still we spend the only commodity we have our time doing this because we love, honor and respect the writers and artist out there who send us their best work as food for thought, to which all I can say is “...I won’t waste your food.” –Akira Kurosawa ‘Seven Samaria’

Thank you all for making the first year of DL5 absolutely spectacular, it has been my honor to serve you and remember, Submit! God damn it, but never surrender.

Joey Da’rrell Cloudy /editor
 
 
deathlistmag
17 October 2005 @ 09:09 pm
You Don't Know Jak,

Today is catch up with email day. You are absolutely right about 'Howl' losing at a slam. You are the first alleged slam poet, ok I know it's an oxymoron in the tradition of word pairings such as military intelligence, christian science or rap musician, but you do know what I mean, I have met that is honest enough or observant enough to recognize and acknowledge the whole thing is as processed as Simulac. I do not, under normal circumstances watch television but a few years ago while traveling, we were in Austin I believe, I had the opportunity to view a few episodes of the def poetry slam, after two episodes, I could see a formula plain as paste and just as savory. Don't get me wrong, it's cool for what it is, it's just that besides having the worst stage fright imaginable, I don't do this for money and would sooner cut off my left nut, than dumb down my writing in order to whore my craft to a bar full of drunken morons. Then there's the whole three-minute thing, all I can say about that is I hope they don't fuck fast as they write, three minutes ain't even foreplay. Do you honestly believe that anyone is going to be reading any of that shit in a decade, let alone a century? If that's the world we're living in I wanna take the red pill, 'cause ain't no way that shit could happen in the real world. But then I remember back when George Bush was Governor of Texas and I thought ain't no way the rest of the country's stupid enough to vote for...ok, so what the fuck do I know ZEN. By the way, we have already been to your site and pinky swear to buy a book, before hell freezes. Damned this has turned into another rant. This is what I look like leaving.

fuck peace,

tafkatpod

p.s.

Have you ever read Robert Hayden?