Will it get some wind for the sailboat. And it could get for it is. It could get the railroad for these workers. And it could be were it is. It could be a balloon. Oh these are the days my friends and these are the days my friends. It could get some wind for the sailboat. Batch catch hatch latch match patch watch snatch scratch. And Honz said. “Get those four balls away from the gearshift.” “I said, ‘Chris, who is Einstein?’, he said, ‘I don’t know’. I said, ‘Chris, who is Einstein?’, he said, ‘I don’t know’. I said, ‘Chris, who is Einstein?’, he said, ‘I don't know’. I said, ‘Chris, who is Einstein?’, he said, ‘I don’t know’. I said, ‘Chris, who is Einstein?’, he said, ‘I don't know’. I said, ‘Chris, who is Einstein?’, he said, ‘Let me think.’” 14 acoustic guitars, 31 dc motors, 300 m cable, fabric and computer, Neues Museum Weimar? And she said, “Line up at the door, and lob yourselves into the earth, and find what kind of stone it was,” and now we are sentenced to mine — not the stones themselves, but the color of their streaks, what scratches them and what they scratch, industrial uses, drillbit uses, The Universal Head Rivet, we are mining where they are typically found. The crow objects, “what of the mystic infinity of row upon row of orange stadium seating, bear stripped bride at the Trashcans even, for one side buttered the other?” Let us examine how this independent variability of the affect and feedback systems enables the emergence of motives more complex than any such a motivational system as the drive system could support. Along this imaginary border encircling the globe lie some of the world’s most contested thresholds: the US–Mexico border at Tijuana/San Diego, the most intensified portal for immigration from Latin America to the United States; the Strait of Gibraltar, where waves of migration flow from North African flow into Europe; the Israeli-Palestinian border that divides the Middle East, along with the embattled frontiers of Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, and Syria, and Jordan; the Line of Control between the Indian state of Kashmir and Azad or free Kashmir on the Pakistani side; the Taiwan Strait where relations between China and Taiwan are increasingly strained as the Pearl River Delta has rapidly ascended to the role of China’s economic gateway for the flow of foreign capital, supported by the traditional centers of Hong Kong and Shanghai and the paradigmatic transformations of the Chinese metropolis also characterized by urbanities of labor and surveillance. “Oh, body, body,” says Lidia Yuknavich, describing what it feels like to read Junot Diaz - - rubbing her arms and legs. Then, I climbed the mountain at the end of the street. I climbed through the trees until I reached the red rocks. There, in the “earth blood,” as Lidia Y said the color red is, when you encounter it in rocks, I felt great waves of relief and arrival go through me. Then I saw the gong. I struck it so many times with a soft, padded mallet -- that two people came to investigate. I had disturbed a mid-term on Kierkegaard taking place in a nearby class! When Jeremy Lowry came round the corner I was pulling on my boots in the little chamber between the shrine room and the foyer, like the failed criminal that I am.
[Note: Sources: Christopher Knowles, libretto, Einstein on the Beach, and Robert Wilson, as quoted in Leo Chadburn, “Trainwreckin' Crew? Philip Glass' Einstein On The Beach At The Barbican”, at The Quietus, May 11th, 2012; Darren Bauler, “prostheticknowledge: Playa by Ruben Dhers”, at Theater of Diminished Facuties, 24 Oct 012; Patricia Lockwood, “Children With Lamps Pouring Out Of Their Foreheads”, “The Father Of The Fictional Alphabet”, at PANK 6.08; Judith Goldman, “winKing and bLinking”, in l.b.; or, catenaries; Silvan Tomkins, Shame and Its Sisters: A Silvan Tomkins Reader (eds. Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick and Adam Frank); Teddy Cruz, Political Equator project, as quoted in Derek Gregory, “ASAP and experimental geopolitics”, at Geographical Imaginations, 24 Oct 012; Bhanu Kapil, “Lidia Yuknavich and the Gong”, at Was Jack Kerouac a Punjabi?, 24 Oct 012]