It's all around you, like smog.
This train isn't bound for glory.

Background by Deak Ferrand, who pwnz.
If you were referred here by Technorati, please note that the entry you are looking for is probably the one PRIOR TO the one you were actually referred to, due to a bug in their indexing process. Please see previous entry.


<< January 2019 >>
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
 01 02 03 04 05
06 07 08 09 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31

If you want to be updated on this weblog Enter your email here:

rss feed

Saturday, January 28, 2012

To be honest, I am disappointed by the thought of Kim and Thurston going through the governmental procedure of marriage - much less the governmental procedure of divorce! It strikes me as the least punk-rawk way possible of managing one's relationships and romantic and sex lives. Bastard and . . . ()

Posted at 8:54 pm by Jeremiadist
Comment (1)  

Sunday, December 04, 2011

�Fiction, myth, religion, faith, voluntary reality, ritual, and play.� The stakes today are rather high.� then there's "Bob".� Why do I assert that "Bob" is the prime wholesale source of relatively uncut Slack there be?� "Bob" said so, and "Bob"'s word is good enough for me, . . . ()

Posted at 11:03 pm by Jeremiadist
Comments (3)  

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

The mental health industry has a long history, much of it politically implicated by, oh, for example, Foucault - curiously intertwined with the history of those institutions of CONTROL the government and the church. For an uncomfortably close instance of a form of authority making use of . . . ()

Posted at 6:23 pm by Jeremiadist
Comments (3)  

Friday, January 14, 2011

I am as excited as a thirteen-year-old girl going to a Justin Bieber concert, because Crispin Hellion Glover (yes, that is his birth name) is going to be in town with his travelling movie/slide/talk hootenanny thing. Mr. Glover is an artist, writer, musician, filmmaker, etc., who funds . . . ()

Posted at 10:47 pm by Jeremiadist
Comment (1)  

Sunday, August 22, 2010

The diminutive servants prefer not to reveal their names to the public, but are desperate to warn the people about the menacing monster known currently as Brian Harold May Unlike many, I don't simply ignore or dismiss the crazy; I appreciate them for their rarefied art of living. They are . . . ()

Posted at 2:20 pm by Jeremiadist
Comments (6)  

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

UPDATE: I realized I was remiss in not pointing out the official Roky Erickson site; hope that helps.I have substantive posts to make - acres of drafts... But THIS is too important to skip: And here is some further Rokiana: Texas is some sort of weirdness breeder . . . ()

Posted at 7:29 pm by Jeremiadist
Make a comment  

Saturday, August 14, 2010

 It seems to me that there are three sorts of people:  those who wish to dominate others, those who wish to be dominated, and those, like me, who are instinctive egalitarians.  I have tended to support BDSMLMNOP, because by making it explicit, and working it out in the powerful contex . . . ()

Posted at 1:52 pm by Jeremiadist
Comments (4)  

Sunday, July 11, 2010

I am told that insisting on talking about your dreams means that you are tedious. I suppose I am comfortable with that. At the time, this one felt like a shocking re-acquaintance with my former articles of faith. Now, it mostly strikes me as funny. Or: "...I used to be disgusted and now I . . . ()

Posted at 3:15 pm by Jeremiadist
Make a comment  

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Leviathan  is a remarkable comic strip by Peter Blegvad, who you should (but don't) know from Slapp Happy, a loosely "progressive" band who collaborated with Henry Cow for a period and had their own interesting career. Regardless of pedigree, this is superior stuff; check it out. . . . ()

Posted at 12:50 pm by Jeremiadist
Make a comment  

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Typical Devo fan at 50 Are Devo still relevant? Are you a fucking mongoloid idiot? Devo were right. Period. And when it comes to selling out, they do it brilliantly, which makes them very relevant, doesn't it? . . . ()

Posted at 1:11 pm by Jeremiadist
Comment (1)  

Home More Results