Wednesday, January 07, 2015
Monday, January 05, 2015
I remember the older guy who was getting his graphic design degree. I avoided him out of a grotesque foul nicotine breath resentment. Always with the salt and pepper leftover shadow and microsoft alignment. But the guy had the glamor of history. We could talk analog roll playing. His big ace in the whole was an underground river scenario. Our conversations fluctuated between corvette engines,carribean puberty,and twenty sided dice.
Monday, November 24, 2014
Posting a Face Book thread-
Me as status: guess this list-
1. Orlando/Kissimmee, Florida
2. Tampa/St. Petersburg/Clearwater, Florida
3. Jacksonville, Florida
4. Miami/Fort Lauderdale/Pompano, Florida
5. Riverside/San Bernardino/Ontario, California
6. Las Vegas/Paradise, Nevada
7. Memphis, Tennessee
8. Phoenix/Mesa/Scottsdale, Arizona
9. Houston/Sugar Land/Baytown, Texas10. Dallas/Fort Worth/Arlington, Texas
Champneys Taylor Uh yeah that's the one you posted before. About walking and bikes.
Aubrie Lauren Simpson Highest Metropolitan area or highest crime areas.
Justin West Places you've dumpster dived. -5 likes
Kasha Fahy Order of your next shows!
Kasha Fahy Ok it's the bike thing. I thought my previous answer was good goal though Ruz Cumbre Justin West Actual dumpsters I have not, metaphorically I know all those bottoms. ·
Mark George O Biggens
Champneys Taylor Sux for FL
Melissa Morgan Top worst cities for cyclists safety
Julie Beasley There's no way I would ride like I used to. Scary thought.
So in resopnse to my cousin Justins comment I thought about those places as I experienced them -this is the list as bottoms or psychological extremes as I experienced in each city.
1.Christmas Dinner walkout
2.Unrequited teen lust.
3.Change of heart
4.visceral lost and found
5.horse with no name
7.city of the dead
9.Watermellon steering wheel bruise
Thursday, November 13, 2014
She said "I know what it's like to be dead I know what it is to be sad" And she's making me feel like I've never been born I said "Who put all those things in your hair Things that ake me feel that I'm mad And you're making me feel like I've never been born" She said "You don't understand what I said" I said "No, no, no, you're wrong When I was a boy everything was right Everything was right" I said "Even though you know what you know I know that I'm ready to leave Cos you're making me feel like I've never been born" She said "You don't understand what I said" I said "No, no, no, you're wrong When I was a boy everything was right Everything was right" I said "Even though you know what you know I know that I'm ready to leave Cos you're making me feel like I've never been born." She said "I know what it's like to be dead I know what it is to be sad I know what it's like to be dead..."
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Manly P. Hall, the modern day pop star of The Mysteries was said to have met a horrible fate in death. The coroner reported that when they found him his body was so covered in ants they he was rendered unrecognizable. All those tiny vulturous mouths tearing as one in solid carpet chorus of fly shit and pepper carrying away what absurd moisture was left of his Orphic flesh into holes in the sand.
Saturday, October 25, 2014
The Futurist Manifesto as archetypical prophecy. Its has the tone of Nietzche, who called himself dynamite. "Man will use this progress to sincerely let his instinctive nature explode."quote from Futurist Manifesto. The explosion as a shape or icon. It has a prime origin and is expanding equally in all directions. I have observed contemporary creative styles across genres and mediums mimic this as a way of transcending linear sequentiality. Like the explosive model our thinking expands in multiple directions with origin but timeless. There is also something in Nietzsche's aphoristic writing style that is of service to this explosive shape.
on a lighter note-some Russian literature for your troubles. Dostoevsky "if a man loses hope and has no aim in view, sheer boredom can turn him into a beast.'
Sunday, October 19, 2014
"before the subject attempts to formulate judgments about that experience or -aesthetic experience consists in the subject's achieving will-less [willenlos] perception of the world. In order for the subject to attain such perception, her intellect must cease viewing things in the ordinary way—relationally and ultimately in relation to one's will—she must “stop considering the Where, When, Why and Wherefore of things but simply and exclusively consider the What” (WWR I, 201). In other words, will-less perception is perception of objects simply for the understanding of what they are essentially, in and for themselves, and without regard to the actual or possible relationships those phenomenal objects have to the striving self. the Sabbath of the penal servitude of willing wheel of Ixion stands still ugly can lead to the necessary state of will-lessness that is necessary for the aesthetic experience.
beauty When the subject's transition to the tranquil, will-less state of aesthetic contemplation occurs easily, that is, when the objects “meet that state halfway,” becoming “representatives of their Ideas by virtue of their intricate and at the same time clear and determinate form” (WWR I, 225), then the subject experiences the beautiful. Natural objects, especially flora, accommodate themselves most easily to the experience of the beautiful.
However, objects can be resistant to aesthetic contemplation in two main ways: either they may be stimulating to the bodily appetites or they may be hostile in some way to the human will to life." Copyright © 2012 by