Processing. Processing. Strangest motherfucking days of my life. Did you get that allusion? It seems important that I keep the links and especially the music and poems coming daily even while it takes longer in the clusterfuck than it once did to cohere my metaphors with the arcane and obscure allusions that pretend to catch and name the swirl.
- A tsunami of economic terrorism.
- Versus the Smog Monster.
- After the meltdown.
- Economic calculus of Japan's tragedy.
- Disaster, enrichment, incompetence in a corporatist war.
- Delicious hypocrisy.
- Risking other people's money.
- Dick size.
- A life without parties.
- Public finance czar.
- Your Fucking Washington Post.
- E.J. Dionne is a profoundly stupid stooge.
- Motherfuckers. You sent it out, you take the kids.
- Did you know Washington DC has a professional soccer team?
- It's true! and Dax McCarty is the new captain and Will Chang makes vaguely optimistic noise about a new stadium and this guy writes the post I now don't need too!
- Basset hounds running on a beach.
- Takemitsu Requiem.
- This week's new releases, w/sound.
- UPDATE! Just put in my head, be in yours.
- Shoulder pads.
- Blackest Ever Black. Make sure you link-through at the footnotes.
Having a child changes you. For example, A salmon's face extends forward, a giant underbite Emerging, and then there's the matter Hanging off their sides. I am proud to be An American. Also, I'm proud to be a Protestant, And wasn't whiteness a smart choice. When people complain to me about Spielberg's manipulative And frequent cutaways to children in danger— People being me—I remind them that sarcasm (Which does so well in the funnies) plays on television As arrogance. The point is to put a big-ass Unavoidable conflict, the kind metaphors with tools Such as hammer, wrench, or fire in them are usually used To illustrate how they turn us into material, Materiel, to put this conflict in front of an audience And present them with options. Suddenly I was able To notice that what attracted me most was to know When I actually needed to take care of someone.