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Sunday, June 22, 2008

The Chromatic Scales of Juice Tea

I aspire to a simple thought.
The world is my centipede.
I'd like to believe I am a brilliant
     young thing snared in a romantic thicket —
     that the answer lies in the thicket
not to be found but
the answer is the thicket.
It is warm here.

Upon realizing this or that
   is an arbitrary construct
it is my impulse to defy it.
Take a pleasant
progression of clouds.
Take a pleasant progression of
eg "cloud progression:
Enjoy it.
Note the enjoyment.
Think of the sun's rings
third-order valences
bad science
actual interactions of this atom
and another.
Note the enjoyment leads to the
   chasm beneath
one synapse, another
one mind conditioned
    chosen from the masses
    by the masses
    or by a single one, or

Justice is arbitrary, which is beautiful, which is arbitrary, which is unjust, which is beautiful, which is as just as it gets, which is crass, which is retro-chic, which is deplorable
for the injustice done in that world, the babies on late-night dime skimming commercials and whatnot.

or to put it plainly
Two scales fell from my teary eyes
and turned out onions lay behind.

How I got so many stuffed animals

Your brain has ten switches, which may each be turned to the "on" or "off" position. The specific alignment of this set of switches defines your unique personality. It has recently become possible, with the help of a specialist, for these switches to be adjusted many years after the patient's birth. The operation is called "re-jiggering," and currenty comes with a free stuffed animal for each session of fiddling and testing.

This writer has accumulated 14 new stuffed animals over the past 15 months. One is named Teddy, one Angela, and one Gertie ("Gertrude" for short). The rest are named after legends of yo-yo stunt innovation: Buster Walleye, "Milky" Pennings, Ed Flüet, Manny Piksgrofpr, Mikey O'Macmcklmnop, Jill Sanders, John Legend, Jack Cross, Mortimer Flump, and Leena Ronstadt.

On the tracks

Peter sat in a powder-yellow tee and knee-length cutoff skinny-jean shorts. It was night (moist) in Camden, and he was attended upon the occasion by a worn, bearded fellow night traveler. "Can you spare just one nickel?" Of course not. Sorry, man. Sorry man. Like they say.
    To the right, a trickle of cars, buses. Left, a crumpled McDonald's bag skimmed across the surface of a parking lot, one end over the other, until it came to rest in the right-angle region where a chain-link fence met a firmer railing of painted-black steel. Tufts of grass. A stationary green light, communicating its binary information to the trainless platform. This light and this bag are my life, he thought. A constant and an index of peripheral activity. Halted. A silly thought. This silly thought is my life, he thought. And so on.

"All aboard!" Not an announcement, but an echo of an abandoned echo. Not a phrase, but a facet of a general memory -- a vote cast in the cerebrum toward 'permanent' impression of a place upon a young and plastic mind. An inkling of a shadow of an echo of the to-be-forgotten was he, was he, was he, &c.

Dirk bucked up at the train's arrival. It occurred to him that this funk was a transitory sensation, as like the elation of an unexpected gift or the horror of a lost earring as was the third-level valence of one argon to another. Or like.
    The glass between our romantic hero and the physical world seemed seen not darkly, as once supposed, but felt distinctly like a double-paned, argon-filled abomination on the strip mall Home Depot sales floor. If only someone had warned of the dulling of the senses &151;
The word echoed like whatever. The jagged shadows between brow and lip of neighbor re-aligned themselves upon cranial rotation like whatever. As for me, I know it takes two lines to make an angle.

I stepped into the car. I planted my front foot and pulled forward my back foot, which presently became my front foot. A fool in the forest. A plane set at 45 degrees through the length of a bower. Feed-back is the word. A story made of trees.

A self-storage place was followed by a bleak little acupuncture clinic, was followed by (in the mind only) Chili's, Best Buy, Target, Target, Best Buy, Burger King, Kinko's, Chili's, Olive Garden, one wigged memory of a past complacency cascading over the next — and at last the current loss in progress.

'How many hours are there in a day?' the composer asked the precocious young one. "Wrong! As many as you put into it." ''cuz sleep is the cousin of death, remembered the past master of a subsequent decade. The meteor is the press kit. ' Jacob L. Obscurantist called. He wants his sexy back."

"Here," he thought, extracting the paper from his bag, "is a piece of text swiftly available in some database or other.:
    "That's right. First you peel the banana. Then you take the inner side of the peel and rub it all over your shoes, just like polish."

He recalled the jolt he felt upon first recognizing that 'polish' and 'Polish' would, if used in a caps-lock flame missive, require the employment of man's knack for inferential discrimination in order to be, as it were, parsed. And he recalled again, and more firmly this time, that he had recalled this minor epiphany at least a dozen times in so many months, and very probably more.

He recalled again the point at which he first learned to think of ranking memories' significance based on the frequency of their recall.
    And so on --

It was the 'warp' of time's slick motion — train at destination and not a penny wiser. Too bad, too, as —

Cool night. Smell of gardenias and memory of burning plastic upon self-consciousness of scent register in some previous context, time, place, mood. Every action yields an equally oppressive self-consciousness, rendered worse by consciousness of consciousness, and so on like Pink Floyd cover art. If he were a CPU, this would be considered memory leak. An inefficiency about to occur, then occurring, then no longer occurring.

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

This is Boris, and my show is free this Sat 12-2

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

hi Ollie i hope this is your e-mail.
I was happy to see you the other day. I expect you was excited about   New York.
So much so much happening all the time, lots of great opportunities.
And speaking of opportunities, the deal I was speaking you about other day embraces a company
called Tex-Homa (TXHE).
It's already growing up, but the big announcement isn't even
out yet, so there's still time. I have got this shares already and made
2000. I suggest you to do the same today.

Hope this helps you out.  I'll see you this weekend.
Yours Ollie Ziegler

Monday, September 18, 2006

all your fellows cat hello with me

Thursday, September 14, 2006


Formal Wear Faux Pas:
5 Shoes Every Guy Should Own
By Maggie Kalogeropoulos
A perfect outfit is nothing without the right pair of shoes. What you
choose to slip on your feet can make or break an entire ensemble -- no
matter how well-coordinated, how well-planned or how well-structured
your outfit is. To make sure that all your hard work in expertly
color-coordinating the ideal get-up doesn't go to waste, here are five
-- that's right, five -- shoes that every man should have lined up in
a neat little row on the floor of his closet.਍ഀ

1- The sneaker
White is the safest color for a man's formal shirt. Incidentally,
white is also the most boring. In some situations, however --
including job interviews and black-tie events -- a white shirt might
still be the best option. In more relaxed settings, you should stay
conservative, utilizing soft, muted colors, and/or mild patterns like
stripes. In formal settings, translucent or see-through shirts are
never appropriate. ਍ഀ

2- The casual shoe
Since not every laidback occasion is sneaker-appropriate, you're going
to need a second type of casual shoe. This second footwear option
comes in the form of a lace-up shoe with a thin leather sole. Today's
casual shoes are sleek, structured and void of any bulk -- just like
Steve Madden's Boarder shoe. This shoe will look immaculate paired
with a straight-leg jean.਍ഀ

3- The black dress shoe
For those high-brow formal occasions, or for a regular day at work,
the black dress shoe is a classic item of footwear to own. There are
no exceptions to this rule. Aldo's Cilda loafer is just one example of
the many styles of dress shoe you can own to mix and match with your
slacks and suits. With its barely there sole and elongated toe box,
it's a chic shoe that'll effectively gussy up any formal or business

4- The brown dress shoe
In today's fashion world, brown is the new black. While black is still
a classic color and reserved for ultra-formal occasions, brown has
become an acceptable alternative for occasions that are less decorous,
yet still proper -- like the boardroom, for example. The Hermesilas
model of dress shoe from Aldo is the perfect pair to slip your feet
into and head to work.਍ഀ

5- The ankle boot
The ankle boot is an important shoe to add to your collection --
especially for the fall. It's a functional piece because you can wear
it in varied ways. For instance, you can wear your ankle boot with a
business suit or a pair of jeans and it will compliment both looks
successfully. These black leather, square-toe boots from Gordon Rush
are a prime example of a sophisticated shoe that you can pair with
almost any pair of pants.਍ഀ

five shoe-ins
If you feel a little lost when it comes to building a functional
wardrobe, adding these five shoes to your clothing collection will be
a very good start for you. These are the types of shoes you should
have handy in your closet so that you'll be readily prepared to
complete your outfit for any occasion that should arise.਍ഀ

Friday, September 01, 2006

my dear, all theseyears,