Wednesday, July 18, 2018

because we could not figure it out bunkering was a way for us

  • Remember when Trump said Putin cooler than FBI and everyone was Woah, tipping point!
  • Hating google, twitter, facebook: a bleggalgaze.
  • I duck duck go for search but see my goddamn free blogging platform. 
  • Speaking of - week from today domain renews or doesn't.
  • I twitter, yes, hated facebook after three days x-years before fuck facebook.
  • Inside joke: Rankfay Eeblespay.
  • Bleggalgaze: I need stop replying to Premier League Twitter all-stars, I need stop saying I need stop replying to Premier League Twitter all-stars here.
  • Two weeks from today Earthgirl and I fly to Maine to hike for ten days. 
  • There are infinite reasons every post but two each year are tagged My Complicity.
  • Bleggalgaze: work's weird bad, I can't talk about it, real life's weird good, I can't talk about it.
  • This is not necessarily true, that I can't talk about it, real life. 
  • It never occurred to me I can, and if I can within what parameters.
  • Would I if I can?
  • Anguishing rules = post-hike salt cravings.
  • Bleggalgaze: fuck me.
  • If I could but don't, or did disguised in haiku, posted someplace else.
  • Bleggalgaze: this is the longest funnest upmanic since the last until the next, which reminds me I'll never be able to retire, plans are hatched to steal both my pension and my 401K.
  • Bleggalgaze: dammit,                                    until our 2019 Maine hiking.
  • This will be the last post I bump on twaater since thelast untilthe next.
  • Immersion, a Colin Newman project, has new music out:

[And because we could not figure it out bunkering was a way for us]

Juliana Spahr

1 comment:

  1. speaking of maine, a delightful place to visit - once again i think of andy pratt's 'deer song', even though it depicts winter, not summer

    also maine-relevant, this passage from wikipedia:

    Bert & I is the name given to numerous collections of humor stories set in the "Down East" culture of traditional Maine. These stories were made famous and mostly written by the humorist storytelling team of Marshall Dodge (1935–1982) and Bob Bryan in the 1950s and the 1960s and in later years through retellings by Allen Wicken.

    The stories communicate the quirkiness of rural New England and Maine culture, told in the traditional folksy New England storytelling vein with a dry wit akin to that of the Lake Wobegon stories that would begin appearing in 1974.

    One story, Which Way to Millinocket?, adapts the "You can't get there from here" trope of the 19th-century "Arkansas Traveler" tradition to a New England accent.