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windego shrill landscape by Anonymous on May 12th, 2014, 2:38 am
back in the late 80's or early 90's there was a commercial for the internet where some girl was standing in the middle of a desert wispering in hushed tones about 'it' and how 'it' was 'coming soon' or some tripe about the future of consumerism and commercialism and materialism and computers and the margins of society expanding... at least thats what it sounded like
they will clear cut hundreds of acres over night pulp the wood into mulch... for flower beds... all hail empirical progress... they will bring the mountains to the valley for mere pebbles... slurry the sea floor...process then process then process then process them again until they are fishsticks... sell them in freezer section aisles right next to the fudgesicles and hungry man dinners...
scoff... who indeed... doth cast the first stone... throwing the stupid rock to the horizon then picking it up and going on to throw it again... then chase it down and pick it up and throw it again... and do it all over again... we are aimless...

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Polytunnel by Anonymous on May 10th, 2009, 12:22 pm
We bought a polytunnel a couple of weeks ago, and I thought "Hey, dead easy to put up.... nothing to it..."


The first part of the job is to hammer scaffolding tubes into the ground. These are essentially the "foundations" of the polytunnel. Each length of scaffolding acts a sleeve for the main hoops of tubing which make up the "skeleton" of the tunnel.

Now I'm while fairly robustly built, I'm a bit puny when it comes to wielding a sledgehammer. It took me a full afternoon to get the tubes into the ground at just the right angle to take the hoops. Each hoop is made of of two parts, fitting together with a male/female joint. If the tubes are in the ground at the wrong angle, even slightly, the two halves of the hoops either don't come together at all, or they spring apart with a joyous sproinggggg!!!! noise and you have to start again.

Next job; get the ground sheet down. Easy...

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can i interest you in a change of plans with your coffee? by Anonymous on May 18th, 2014, 8:19 am
Have you ever heard of those cats that eat off of their owners corpse…. Fingertips and or toes to keep from starving… eyes out of spite… for being locked up in some apartment with the person wasn’t enough they had to go and die in such a way that no one discovers the body until it stinks so bad they have to wear hazmat to go in…
Reminds me of those sushi girls… lay naked in front of Saki crazed upper middle class business men and mobsters… or some other strange stratification of people that fit with ‘prefer their sushi served on a naked woman’… not at all like the kind of people who fit the category of ‘buy their sushi at a gas station’… and lets not forget the proportional relation to other sushi lovers…
Chocolate covered grasshoppers… maybe some other processed insect… in hot oil or over fire… just don’t flop some raw octopus or fish guts on my plate and call it prepared… cause the special ingredient in all soul food is the care… something about the reiki influence… expend energy prep...

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duality, identity, and complexity... by Anonymous on June 24th, 2014, 1:42 am
duality as the division of two parts... any rational division... any fraction... any ratio... most notably 0/1... hell we have institutionalized binary information structures into our everyday routine just below the surface of all of our modern conveniences and appliances... if they don't account for yes or no, on or off, black or white than it isn't worth mentioning...
identity, namely of a set of three coordinate components... the idea is simple enough... identity amounts to three parts... the old saying me, myself, and i... is kinda the point... there i am there you are and there it is... and believe me when i say i know its vague and questionable... i mean this is my third attempt at tonights post... mostly because of human error... but whats a guy to do...
complexity... the i set... both nothing without duality to alternate between 1 -1 i and -i and nothing without its identity to coordinate its relationship to reality by... its all a numerology gimick... like a card trick where the...

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The Sexy Pilgrim by Sisyphus on February 2nd, 2010, 6:52 pm
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