big bang? i just call it the: reassertion of φνς; big bang? the bing bang? scientists are creative and artists are prone to rigour? what an "unexpectedly" unoriginal definition to draft the genesis... bangs in vacuum?! that tree falling in the forest trick that only women seem to answer? i'm literally having a limp-**** moment with someone telling me: it began with a big bang! wow (łał)! amazing! you predicted a sound, excavating it from a vacuum, where, apparently, you can't hear one!
most of the time it's like dry laugh, perpetuated by a: ha ha... but then someone becomes drunk and gives the scales to further the impromptu, managing a: ha ha ha ha... ah ha ha ha ha... equivalent to: chasing a fly out of a room... catch the ****** by their *****! catch the ****** by the *****! unlike chasing a mouse... which is fun... more fun than a stampede in mecca for sure... you get to build a labyrinth... you get to catch the little ******... dangle him by its tail for a selfie... then you walk into the corridor of the apartment building you're living in... and what does the mouse do? so traumatißed by the lack of mouse-traps... what does he do? commits himself to suicide... jumps off the stairs into the abyss of paved concrete, and i'm like: i built this theme-park for you, and the best thing you can do is jump to your immediate death? is there another universe handy? i'm not quiet ready to deal with this one seriously.
that's for the intro, but try to incorporate the concept
of *polyphony in writing,
they'll think you're mad... rightly so, most people
love the concept of the paragraph,
just like they love donning eyeglasses -
and they love the linear concept, that "reveals"
they love that ****, give them rotten
cabbage and tomatoes and send them to
the shakespeare globe... to get a proper critique
if the theatre performance turns sour...
grows fungii and what not.
oh i had a suitcase of verbiage with me...
but the writing bit is really working on me
to necessitate a fathomable break from... "composition".
etymological pointers nonetheless:
slav and e?
not really, not when you speak the language...
am i ethno-centric? i probably am,
you sort of have to be... comes with the package...
or the: shindig?
oh look... i know slang.
around here i'm the only one laughing,
it's not an idiotic laugh that stresses: nothing or
it's the times supplement article:
the new narcissism (harriet walker reports)...
and i can't stop laughing...
because it includes: taking selfies by the mona lisa
and by the gates of auschwitz...
and then the n.p.d. complex (narcissistic
and i can't stop laughing...
and i'm thinking: what's wrong with these people?
oh, right... the per se... (giggle)...
they're like su dokus you
abandon because you can't relax when solving them...
stray dogs and ****...
you whaa'? dunno.
i'm actually afraid of people that advertise missing
cats... how horrible do you have to be to
make a cat stray?
the ****'s wrong with you?
cats are counter-intuitively clingy... there's no leash
on them, and there's no walkies... but how abusive
or just dumb-boring (do you have to be)
to make a cat become stray / missing?
... (pending, ding-along-ah-****)...
"artists" made the mistake like philosophers...
they think poetry ought to be visual...
they already have the polyphony spectrum there,
the ******* rainbow... and then they think poetry
is all about imitating geometry: cohesion, rigidness...
bunch of ***** in all honesty...
Bach invented polyphony, we're going to
talk about it like we might talk about digression...
layering... it's also a geological term for: oh... looky looky
at this piece of sediment!
i don't think poets should mingle with
painters, to be honest: i wish they were an
poetry isn't a visual art-form... based on
the concept of the φνς (that's hebrew for:
hiding your vowels, like the romans imitated
adding stresses to letters) ooh! fancy!
is writing 50 years behind painting? (w. burroughs quote)...
don't know... is writing a century behind
that's more likely than writing competing with
painters... why did poets cling to painters in the first place?
φoνoς... you're not painting a picture...
oh ******* o'hara, and you tenure
as regent of an art gallery: get hit and die by a beachball.
in the west the etymology of slav = +e
well... unless you speak the tongue you can say:
zdrowie na budowie - buda! psie / pśιe!
there really is an etymological variant to the anglophone
understanding of stating the noun, indicative...
but i need to bring the greek iota into the picture...
i.e. it's naked, it has no diacritical marks attached to it...
i.e. ι so... now...
lesson no. 1: slav, in mother tongue słowianiń -
iota variant? słowiańιn (lazily, just słowianin)
etymologically speaking, i.e. derived from what?
word... the slavs call it: słowo.
germanic peoples of north america can
be so obnoxious that it really does suit them...
but who the **** would want to marry their women?
probably muslims... and breed a bunch of inbreds,
household peasant people,
orangutan down syndrome people;
gonna **** your granny pete?
lesson no. 2:
i can't stop laughing at this grammatical transgression...
you really have to transcribe the transgender concept...
as might have been expected: laughter can really
exhaust you... what i didn't know was:
to the point where you are lullabied to sleep -
fully dressed - to only find yourself getting up in
the morning: pouring yourself the remains of the ***,
sticking your head out the window and seeing
spring in full swing: two sparrows getting it on...
but gender neutral pronouns?
what, like it?
oh hey, here comes cousin it -
huh? i swear the point of pronouns, or at least
the categorical basis for a word to be a pronoun is
to stress a gender of the speaker -
the argument for gender
neutral pronouns: let me put it in analogue form -
you see on the news, daesh destroying ancient
roman temples in syria...
world heritage sites protected
by international law... what this transgender movement
is doing to the english language? looks pretty
similar to me (in non relative terms) -
but it's sure as **** in being some form
of desecration... it can't be anything else...
the problem would be staggering if appropriated in
poland... where gender feeds into verbs...
if this movement is an isolated
indicdent, that is,isolated in that it's an anglophone
phenomenon (thailand? well... they got into the groove
and didn't perform a real ****** on their sprechen) -
just an example of how gender is incorporated in
the western slavic language...
podniósł (masculine - [he] picked it up...
the thing being picked up is not specified)
podniosła (feminine - [she picked it up...
"" " " " " " " ")
could have just written ditto, anyway:
but also notice the beautiful orthographic
transition - it's almost a ******* representation
with the acute o (ó = u, well: orthography is not
exactly grammar, but like grammar: it's an aesthetic) -
pod-nio(h)-sla(h) - i'm lazy, american
linguistic studies use this form of notation -
evidently i'm expecting some puritan who
actually studies phonetic encoding to come up to
me and tell me: no no... it's like so:
the point is, a transgender movement could
never pick up in the western slavic language:
well, because a gender specified pronoun
permeates to other words that aren't in the pronoun
category... i.e. as the above - verb category -
obviously the above two example are
what they are in terms of gender, but they're
also a past participle attached to them... past tense -
but we are talking about pronouns, aren't we?
so that has to be incorporated into the example -
evidently a *****-nilly pure verb of the above two is
gender neutral, but it has nothing to do with pronouns.
- like i already said once before:
compared with german? english is shrapnel.