Psychopomp Babble vol. 1

January 29, 2008 at 12:01 am (Psychopomp Babble)

I said earlier that America is the greatest, most important work of art yet produced by man. I only take the torch from Homer because we have, for the most part, divested ourselves from an eristic society and no longer need introspection. We need to remove the self consciousness lowered onto us by Socrates reading Homer’s cue cards! We need action!

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January 24, 2008 at 9:16 pm (1)

I have absolutely nothing to review that hasn’t been criticized in a literary journal, and I’m involved in a project stretching to this weekend.


I’ll make it up to you by evincing the disillusionment inherent in America as soon as possible!

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I Am Not A Linkblogger. Yet, Here I Am

January 22, 2008 at 4:31 pm (1)

You know that world where girls become boys who do boys like they’re girls? That de Sade promised to the Velvet Underground in San Fransisco in Morrison’s The Invisibles? I think I found its scribes.

It’s interesting. I suggest you take a look. Unless your immediate response is “Who makes the babies?”

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January 22, 2008 at 12:01 am (Comic Books)

Powr Mastrs vol. 1 (of 6)

This is the start of a science fiction epic by Picturebox published, Fort Thunder influenced C.F. 120 pages fill its slightly less than average pamphlet sized rubber bound book binding. It’s pretty good.

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You Might Not Believe It, But This All Came from a Spongebob Episode.

January 17, 2008 at 8:30 pm (1, Book Books, Comic Books, Movies, Music, Psychopomp Babble, Video Games)

I was canoodling, fiddling, or finoodling with my pen, and the topic of what is art (I love to pick scabs located on my body, too) needed to be itched.

-Art is what happens when man begins to dream.

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Three Shades of Reality

January 15, 2008 at 11:59 pm (Movies)

If movies were LPs and I were a DJ…

The Matrix

This is a wildly successful science fiction movie giving the acting career of Keanu Reeves some respect. You’ve heard of it.

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January 13, 2008 at 11:14 pm (1)

I didn’t realize that I wouldn’t have internet access from Wednesday to Today. Yoshimi paid me a visit and, as these things go, fisticuffs were entered and after a grueling skrimish in which I broke my right pinky finger and fragile sense of pride, I emerged the victor, scathed beyond the aid of neosporin and bandage. But thankfully not outside the welcoming reach of a manicure and pedicure.

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Taxonomical Irritations

January 12, 2008 at 11:02 pm (Music)

The Good, the Bad, and the Queen

The title above is of an album. There is no band name, but contributing musicians are Damon Albarn (Blur & Gorillaz), Paul Simonon (The Clash Bassist), Simon Tong (The Verve Guitarist), and Tony Allen (Afrobeat Innovator and Generally Astounding Percussionist). The goal here is to create music free from anxieties over who produced it. Some would feel it’s pretentious to assume that the music has worth without knowing its creators.

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Sometimes People Just Don’t Understand Cults

January 8, 2008 at 3:27 pm (Comic Books)

It’s probably because they belong to one.

Golgo 13: Supergun (vol. 1 of 13)

This is a tiny (as those manga reproductions go) reproduction of a venerably long-running manga series in Japan. It’s published by VIZ and has almost reached the end of its initial thirteen volume volley into American comic shops and bookshelves. Its creator and the person to whom every story is credited, Takao Saito, did not individually produce every story. He had a studio for that. For most of this series’ publication (still continuing today) he just supervised it.

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Zen and The Art of Enlightenment

January 5, 2008 at 3:35 am (Movies)

I still haven’t divested myself from Winter’s nostalgia, and nothing can really bring meaningful glances into space or a warmed mind and heart like this film.

I ♥ Huckabees

This is one of those movies that legitimately influenced me. Not my writing, not my taste, but my person, my self. Let me explain. (because talking when no one listens is crazily ranting. Blogging does not require the permission of an audience. Most of the time.)

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