That guy on Law & Order: that’s Mayhem. “This time, I’m not going to cut the swollen taste bud off my tongue with toenail clippers because last time, I couldn’t eat nothing but Shamrock Shakes.” Remember when Nietzsche said, I would believe only in a God that knows how to Dance? “It is June, and I am tired of being brave.” Good night Rodney King. Looks like Syriza lost. There may be patterns available for these phenomena. Consider, for example, a piece of wood. I can dig this aspect of it. Spirits or are they little tiny bugs flutter above the sand. Do you remember the feral Siamese we named Charles Bernstein? Half-Price DVD score for today: The 14 Amazons. “I get affected by how vast the disaster is and assume it is a surpassing one.” “A surpassing disaster is not more worthy than another disaster.” WAIT. I am accidentally writing up my notebook fragments from the reading, which I already did. Jalal's work is like this. It splits you up the middle then doubles it: not you, but the SLIT: the line of blood from your navel to your throat. Bloodlines. Shall I delete? NO. “How do you write an absolute loss?” One that does not [cannot] come with a “grammar” or a “dictionary,” but – rather – “syntax” taken / shredded from colonial vaults. The lips slipping back over the teeth. The eyes appearing or positioned just beyond the face. “When you realize you want to live,” she said, “it’s not a metaphor.” Here, Jalal goes to Cage, the anechoic chamber in which only two sounds can be heard, one high and one low: the sounds of the nervous system and the blood. “Until I die there will be sounds. One need not fear the end of music.” That’s Cage. Jalal: “I fully agree with Cage as long as we are talking about the living but when we leave this area and enter the areas of dance or death, I disagree with him.” “Trees and hedges were like cardboard.” “That’s because the moon is nearly full and I periodically have to adjust the proton beam orbits.” She just closed her eyes and saw a dark paradise. Salmons of a deadly summer. As a part of our basic needs. Trés legere. Thats why we photographed her pieces in Paris. Because Kata is building a one season society as a part of the Szegedi hierarchy. Once the base was built to be black a watery harmony may come handy. The change is splashy. A glittery vote for women, just some “staple clothes”. Mourning black and fishy pink. There is always a bigger splash! Much planning to look minimal by the color of a sea animal may blow our mind critical. The cuttings are heavy while the materials were chosen to be airy. Her evolution expression with the fish who came out of the ocean, grew tall and started walking. The bloom of the paradise birds, roar of a Tiger lily and all the minimalist appearance by the naturalism of painful death. The touch of Eva. God may ease your pain. The science of religion. Mon Dieu! Flawless dark symbols of loneliness. Hug of the coral fields. The sound of ocean, a never ending siren song. Kata Szegedi just gone fishing. And you can fuck your gold fish, no more need for a wish. She just caught a scaly carp with a pocket on the chest and a silver spoon in it’s mouth. Silver scale slowly turns into white nights & milky minds. We have in our mind all the best blowjob times. Let’s pretend the world is genderless. I dare – I wear! Cuz better to experience dick suck than a religious brain suck! Dream a little Bible dream. New tendency needs a strong team. Just go, always wear something black and be human to your bone.
[Note: Sources: Kathy B-R; Jennifer L Knox, “ToBS Final 4: Alcoholism vs ‘everybody has a story’”, at HTMLGIANT, 17 Jun 012; Friedrich Nietzsche, at The Body As Conduit, 17 Jun 012; Anne Sexton, “The Truth the Dead Know”, in “It is June, and I am tired of being brave”, at The Body as Conduit, 17 Jun 012; JBR (King died 17 Jun 012); JBR, but see Michael Roberts, as quoted in Jodi Dean, “Greece: the exit poll? « Michael Roberts Blog”, at I cite, 17 Jun 012; John Olson, “Questions of Form”, at Tillalala Chronicles, 17 Jun 012; JBR; Hoa Nguyen, “Thread Cord”, at Altered Scale 1; Deirdre N McCloskey, as quoted in “HAPPYISM: THE CREEPY NEW ECONOMICS OF PLEASURE”, at 3 Quarks Daily, 17 Jun 012; Darren Bauler, “Half-Price dvd …”, at Theater of Diminished Faculties, 16 Jun 012; Dawn Lundy Martin, and Bhanu Kapil, as quoted in Kapil’s “Introductions: Dawn Lundy Martin and Stacy Szymaszek”, at Was Gertrude Stein a Punjabi?, 16 Jun 012; Bhanu Kapil, and Jalal Toufic, as quoted in Kapil’s “Jalal Toufic Lecture: Decompressions”, at Was Gertrude Stein a Punjabi?, 16 Jun 012 (cancelled post?); Large Hadron Collider control room operator, as quoted at Quantum Diaries, as excerpted in Imp Kerr, “Triple-decker Weekly”, at The New Inquiry, 16 Jun 012; “Kata Szegedi S/S2012”, at Runwayward, 9 May 012]