Tag Archives: autobiographical

New Shoes || Vehicle Collages

I try to dress nondescript. Clothes aren’t really that important to me. But, I must admit I do like a well assembled and esthetically pleasing set of footwear. Ideally either a pair of Jungle Boots from the Army Surplus, class … Continue reading

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2.5 hours downtown || cuerpo carbonizado

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freeform sci-fi || Dream, night of 7th-8th June

Dream = night of 7th June A recurring theme in dreams: I’m caring for certain types of animals. Cats, lizards, dogs, or strange combinations of different animals. A cross between a ferret and a bearded reptile was one example. In … Continue reading

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Jaunt: early June, to the city and back

A greyhound station is an ideal stage for pathological cinema. 100 hertz of white halogen. All of the walls and floors and ceilings are solid concrete, painted with plastic emulsion paint. There is always a fine grit of dust over … Continue reading

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a delightful scene

I came across something lovely today, walking north down the trunk road. There’s a stretch of it that is boxed in by parks on both sides. For days now I have seen families of geese grazing on the grass, little … Continue reading

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First proper spring day \\ hardware installation \\ new text art

The first day of this spring I can justifiably call a “spring day”. Low flying cumulus clouds scudding along in the distance. Although, there was an ill-omen in the perfect vanilla blue sky, as I often sense there is. The … Continue reading

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[Pause to think #1008]

I admit to terrible story revisionism on this little experiment that has been the E. Resch storyline. For instance, originally Erich had a N. Accumbens implant himself, and had been one of Dr. Reese’s patients before the story began. Later, … Continue reading

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