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  • Finally, in an article on Natural Right, to which Rousseau's Econ - omie politique was meant to be a companion piece,

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  • “What is an ‘omie,’ Miss Max, and how does one recognise an umpty-show?”

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  • Mail (will not be published) (required) omie: good solid advise.

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  • Jessica: I have only seen one, and I thought I was worthy of that one ... mudlikesubstance: Loonsounds - be careful be very very careful that sounds lik ... omie: yes I am.

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  • Someone spoke of the i ... omie: yeeeeeeaaaahhh!!! you tell us!!! you're cool Elsa. ...

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  • I hate bangs and this year I've been t ... omie: I read them, big time.

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  • I think I can be a little manipulative to try ... omie: I am currently bossed by someone, just in exactly that way. ... mudlikesubstance: Jilly - get your friends to trade shopper cards with you.

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  • Notify me of followup comments via e-mail omie: I have to think living in a repressed society would make it ...

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  • Elsa: Oh God, Loon, I wish I had a flashlight I could loan you or ... omie: Sorry, I was unclear, I meant what can people do, who obsess ...

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  • Loonsounds: That's sweet omie, after a while you will learn they have no ...

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  • Cool! Thanks for all that info!

    February 10, 2008

  • @chained_bear

    On the People Take Warning! three CD collection of "Murder Ballads & Disaster Songs, 1913-1938", there's a version of the track called "Naomi Wise" by Clarence Ashley. Doc Watson has also often performed a version under the title "Little Omie Wise", and Bob Dylan used to sing it in his earlier days. All the versions are based on the murder of Naomi Wise by Jonathan Lewis in Deep River, North Carolina in 1808; the story of which, along with a ballad version called "Poor Naomi", was printed in the Greensboro "Patriot" in April 1874.

    February 9, 2008

  • "Omie Wise" is an awful tragic Appalachian-y song by Doug Wallin.

    February 9, 2008