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Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Best Blog Ever 

in the first instance, rhetorical irony expands to cover any disjunction at all between language and meaning, with a couple of key exceptions (allegory also entails a disconnection between sign and meaning, but obviously isn't synonymous with irony; and lying, clearly, leaves that gap, but relies for its efficacy on an ignorant audience, where irony relies on a knowing one).

the Wipers Times would print a list of Things That Were Definitely True, and it would contain a proportion of propaganda ("40,000 Huns have Surrendered"), a proportion of enemy propaganda ("The Germans Have Plentiful and Tasty Meats") and a proportion of nonsense ("Horatio Bottomley has accepted the Turkish Throne on condition they make a separate peace"),


Monday, December 18, 2006


Revealing his identity would allow them to broaden the search for him, even though he was on the lam...It would give them insight into the type of place he would frequent and hopefully find where the freak went...


Sunday, December 17, 2006

Buy this book for your non denominational holiday 

The God Delusion

It might be a little hypocritical if you buy it for Christmas. Although apparently Jesus was born in the summer and coincidentally pagans celebrated something very similar to Christmas around the same time...hmmmm...


Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Pondering Ecclesiastes 

I have seen something else under the sun: The race is not to the swift or the battle to the strong, nor does food come to the wise or wealth to the brilliant or favor to the learned; but time and chance happen to them all.


Saturday, December 02, 2006

Specifically speaking 

In Munich, When depicting the first meeting between the Israeli agents in Rome instead of putting sappy music in the background, why not show their conversation and let us draw our own conclusions. No conversation is one dimensional - the real dynamics and complexities can only be drawn through the actual interaction...


Wednesday, November 22, 2006


So sad when someone you love so dearly is mean to you. But not consistently. They intersperse periods of closeness with inexplicable disdain. Meanwhile the past two years of your life has been spent under the blanket of their adoration . Enough that it has been a reason to be happy.

And now they are acting like a hurricane in Florida. A torrent for a brief period of time, devastating ,periods of calm . You know the storm is not over. And you know that even when it is there will be another one. But with each subsequent occurrence you are more prepared. A little tougher. A little angrier. And a little less confident.

The corroding of the confidence almost seems to be the deliberate intent, if that wasn't such a perverse and paranoid thought...


Monday, November 20, 2006


Reading "The Unconsoled" No idea where its going to go... Amazing how easy it is to accept the narrative structure that progressively becomes less and less confined by any space-time boundaries... Similar to a dream when you feel your subconscious tugging at a thought or an image , a non sequitir, that works its way in through some warped internal logic. That being said far more defined and detailed...


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