January 31, 2004

I Knew It Just By Not Thinking Of You.

I saw him taking ketamine near the portable toilets, finally giving a contact high to the rest of the inner-farm festival.

Posted by dean at 03:27 AM

January 29, 2004

Cash Fed Twin & Racker Scams, Page 321.

The theater and the dance of song
are the theater of the furious rebellions
of the misery of the human body
facing the problems it does not penetrate
or whose passive,
specious,
quibbling,
inscrutable,
inevident nature
excedes it.

So it dances
in blocks of
KHA, KHA.

Posted by dean at 03:43 PM

I Saw U Thirty-One Up A Skillet.

We see you scowling at us, all of the time. Why? Just say hello already.

You almost did, that last time...

Posted by dean at 12:25 AM

January 27, 2004

A Spider-Web Cracks In Front Of Her Face.

The burst bird slides down the glass.

"I'm supposed to tell you that the reason we left is not because we wanted to or they wanted to, or what we're about to do needed us to," she says.

A suitcase of empty plastic bags sits next to me, covered in stickers of American independent record labels.

I tell her, no smile, we're almost out of food.

Posted by dean at 04:57 PM

January 26, 2004

Cash Fed Twin & Racker Scams, Page 307.

I say, in order to remake his anatomy.
Man is sick because he is badly constructed.
We must decide to strip him in order to scratch out his animalcule
which makes him itch to death,

god,
and with god
his organs.

For tie me down if you want to,
but there is nothing more useless than an organ.

When you have given him a body without organs,
then you will have delivered him from all his automatisms and restored
him to his true liberty.

Then you will teach him again to dance inside out
as in the delirium of dance halls
and that inside out will be his true side out.

Posted by dean at 01:19 PM

January 24, 2004

Re: Vol.

Posted by dean at 09:42 AM

January 22, 2004

Yeah, It'd Be Too Hard.

- It's so much like the vision I saw. Nations in the background. I was reading Revelations. I'm so bad about remembering scripture, but I remember thinking, "That's me."

- Look at it from the other side, turbo.

- I thought, "It's a little flopped."

Posted by dean at 04:58 PM

Fugitives & Refugees, Page 123 + 124.

A block away people are waiting on the sidewalk for tables, for a nice dinner at Montage. Here at SE Belmont Street and Third Avenue, a crowd of men and women wear army-surplus fatigues, disposable Tyvek coveralls, and radiation badges. These people carry military C rations and covered casserole dishes. They cradle warm garlic bread wrapped in tinfoil.

A woman drops her casserole dish, and it breaks on the floor. "Fuck," she says. "It's the end of the world after nuclear annihilation, and I broke my hot bean dip."

Posted by dean at 03:18 AM

January 21, 2004

I Really Did Try To Kill Myself, Right Before I Faked It.

Posted by dean at 01:27 AM

January 20, 2004

Cash Fed Twin & Racker Scams, Page 304 + 305.

The fact is that the pre-Colombian Indians were, contrary to whatever
one might have believed, a strangely civilized people
who had in fact known a form of civilization based on the exclusive
principle of cruelty.

Man, when he is not held back, is an erotic animal,
he has within him an inspired tremor,
a sort of pulsation
producing innumerable beasts which are the form the ancient terrestrial
peoples universally attributed to god.
That made what is called a spirit.
Now, this spirit which came from the American Indians is reappearing
a little bit everywhere today in scientific guise which serves only to
reveal this spirit's morbid infectuous hold, the salient state of vice,
but a vice pullulating with diseases.,
for, laugh as much as you wish,
what have been called microbes
is in fact god,
and do you know what the Americans and the Russians make their
atoms with?
They make them with the microbes of god.

I am not raving.

Posted by dean at 02:06 AM

January 17, 2004

Almost As Good As A Drag Queen.

Posted by dean at 08:42 PM

Fugitives & Refugees, Page 38 + 39.

In 1972, when Walter opened his nightclub on Old Town, Roxy was in the original show. His first night tap dancing there, "Roxy's first boy tap dance got this," Walter says and claps once. "The next night, in drag, he got a standing ovation because nobody'd ever seen a tap-dancing drag queen."

Posted by dean at 04:38 PM

January 14, 2004

Yell Like They Tell You.

Posted by dean at 08:26 PM

Cash Fed Twin & Racker Scams, Page 293.

That comes from the fact that man,
one fine day,
stopped
the idea of the world.

Posted by dean at 04:54 PM

Philip K. Dick Talks Of Roog.

To make matters worse, I now had begun to nurse the delusion that I might be able to make a living as a writer. The fantasy in my head was that I could quit my job at the record store, buy a better typewriter, and write all the time, and still make the payments on my house. As soon as you start thinking that they come for you and haul you away. It's for your own good. When you are discharged later on as cured you no longer have that fantasy. You go back to work at the record store (or the supermarket or polishing shoes). See, the thing is, being a writer is -- well, it's like the time I asked a friend of mine what field he was going into when he got out of college and he said, "I'm going to be a pirate." He was dead serious.

Posted by dean at 01:28 AM

January 13, 2004

I See His Books, Awkward, Dark Literature From Compromised Publishers.

Every time she saw a guy she liked, she'd write her name on a piece
of paper and rip it up.

Posted by dean at 02:29 AM

January 12, 2004

Cash Fed Twin & Racker Scams, Page 288 + 289.

And there are six men,
one for each sun,
and a seventh man
who is the sun completely
raw
dressed in black and red flesh.

Posted by dean at 02:28 AM

January 11, 2004

Cash Fed Twin & Racker Scams, Page 278 + 279.

Moreover I've definitely broken with art, style or talent in all the drawings that you will see here. I want to say that there will be hell to pay for whoever considers them works of art, works of aesthetic stimulation of reality.

Posted by dean at 02:13 AM

January 09, 2004

Nothing Newer.

Posted by dean at 11:14 PM

January 08, 2004

Grapevine Cherishment, Page 150.

Music is the most perishable of things, fragile and delicate, easily destroyed.

Posted by dean at 07:35 PM

Newish Pop Editor, Page 117.

"You know, I struggled for years to get through Training. I had to work and pay my own way. Washed dishes, worked in kitchens. Studied at night, learned, crammed, worked on and on. And you know what I think now?"

"What?"

"I wish I'd become a plant earlier."

Posted by dean at 12:52 AM

January 05, 2004

Complimentary Companion, With Great Low Rates.

Posted by dean at 02:34 PM

Cash Fed Twin & Racker Scams, Page 271.

For nine years convicted of delirium and madness, I now performed magic.

Posted by dean at 12:02 AM

January 03, 2004

Ass Rep Chimp, Page 109.

"The human society has evolved war as a cultural institution, like the science of astronomy, or mathematics. War is a part of our lives, a career, a respected vocation."

Posted by dean at 02:35 PM

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