Tuesday, July 23, 2019

"How did you make it," I said. "I didn't, I fell straight down and killed myself,"he said. "Thats a shame," I said. "You're telling me," he said.

I own the new last Tate and soon so shall a few of you

  • Tate and Thursday Night Pints, the voice I chose more than half by reading Tate when starting TNP, I said to no one last night
  • I'd written news of new last Tate earlier this year I think, verifying constitutes research, and *think* I pre-ordered from some notbezos, if I did it never arrived and I can't remember from who, discovering constitutes research, and
  • I needed it, need it and need it new and now, had time to kill while a taxi, the Rockville Pike Barnes and Noble had four copies, First Editions each, thank you Grand Prize Winners for playing BLCKDGRD!


  1. 1)the names of the characters in 'the liar' are reminiscent of flatt and scruggs, and homer and jethro

    our friends at wikipedia tell us

    Kenneth Charles "Jethro" Burns (March 10, 1920 – February 4, 1989) ... was a highly-influential mandolin stylist, preferring clean single-note jazzy melodies and sophisticated chords over the dominant bluegrass stylings of Bill Monroe, and since he performed mostly in a country music setting, introduced many country mandolinists to sophisticated jazz harmonies and improvisational techniques, as well as standards from the songbooks of Duke Ellington, Django Reinhardt and Cole Porter.

    2)the conversation in 'the liar' reminds me of tate's 'behind the green door'


    3)this morning i was looking at these quotes from a canadian author and philosopher


    3a)that page does not include anything from the author's 2014 book The Comeback: How Aboriginals Are Reclaiming Power And Influence

  2. speaking of animals -