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19 JUNE 2008
We're pleased to report that the forces of Satan are holding their own in Paris. Even the relative proximity of The Vatican cannot quell the spread of Nature's pure tentacles into the heart of the city.
But our comrades have suffered numerous losses at the Euro Disney front. Casualties are high as McMickey and his armies make raids into the country side.
$8 dollar cups of coffee bolstered our spirits and we held ground.
The twin pillars of intellect and debauchery are intact.
18 JUNE 2008
A heavy wood table in front of that.
All that's needed now is an oxygen tank.
A hermetically sealed chamber where visitors look through a periscope to glimpse the painting that everyone HAS to see.
Probably just me.....but that smirk on her face looks a lot like disdain.
Museums are the graveyard of art.
I enjoy life more than you.
There, I said it.
Okay, actually there's a decent chance that we enjoy it the same or you much more than me.
I opened with such brazen talk to get it across that I am indeed one of those happy-go-lucky types. Which, if you think about it, is no small feat for a raging misanthropic nihilist. In other words I'm a momentalist. See me? I'm there. An in-the-moment kind of dude. In other words - Paris, France or London, Kentucky I'm here to have a laugh and a deep moment or two.
But my elitist point is to discuss how books can ruin you or maybe it's mass-culture's fault. Who knows.
The question being can an over-intellectualized outsider artist enjoy Paris? Enjoy it proper the way mom and dad do or a fresh pair of new lovers on a spring day?
Maybe. Maybe not.
Sure I can. Even as Baudrillard's ghost is whispering in my ear prejudicing me aforehand concerning Centre Pompidou and Beaubourgian things that I only vaguely understand.
But enough to make me cringe at Awful Tower trinkets and Lourve Lizards.
Mostly I kind of stumbled around wondering is any of this real?
right now 10:18 GMT.....reporting continues shortly.
15 JUNE 2008
If you're around please stop by Friday June 20th around 7pm at The Belgian Cafe in Ramsgate, Kent, UK
It's close to the sea right across from the recently shuttered casino.
Someone informed me it's going to be the soltice so you've got plenty of daylight.
Come see this new painting "The Child Artist" as well as other new stuff.
escapism via sketchbook continues
We haven't talked about the Vatican-Declared-War-On-Satan for a while because events have been happening too fast and well, loose lips sink ships. But we need to head off to Paris for a couple days to meet up with resistance fighters there. Sure, most of them surrendered right away and saved their skins by becoming practicing catholics but a small band have held their ground and we need to swap intelligence and deliver critical supplies like a crate of sterling silver pentagram necklaces and some bootleg King Diamond cds.
Speaking of which - "strict and particular" - we wouldn't have our god any other way!
Okay, back in a few days.
13 JUNE 2008
12 JUNE 2008
Things you should never see on a train:
Hey Ohn, I picked you up a couple of these. I'll get them in the mail soon.
11 JUNE 2008
Sketching at the British Library - what I saw
08 JUNE 2008
Okay, London - bound for a few days. Stay casual when all around you has gone formal.
06 JUNE 2008
UFO landing complete with handy storage trailer. They probably store their bikes in there.
Add to the things-that-sadly-no-longer-exist category.
The Ramsgate promedade is being all redone in bland whitewash and overnight Mr Happy here disappeared. No doubt in 1000 pieces somewhere now.
Those who do not vaule their near-history value no history at all
The reincarnation of Thomas Becket chills out at the cathedral.
04 AMA JUNE 2008
The average web page visitor is a paid government informant
make them laugh or they'll file a report
the average web page visitor had chicken for lunch and will watch TV tonight
02 JUNE 2008
|continuing with theme
nature's little party
the communal sugar fix
The average web page visitor.
"Mood shift shift back to good again. C'mon be a friend"
"It's like a discipline without the discipine of all the discipline"
"And if you wish it will still hurt as before. I can hear you breathing I know you're there."
"He who lives as children live - who does not struggle for his bread and does not believe that his actions possess any ultimate significance - remains childlike."
"karen put me in a chair fuck me and make me a drink I lost direction and I'm past my peak I'm telling you this isn't me no this isn't me Karen believe me you just haven't seen my good side yet"
"He drank panther piss and fucked the girls you're probably married to"
- Nick Cave
"The path to enlightenment is not reached by car and its landmarks will be signs on the soles of the feet."
"I'm going to do things to you that are beyond all known philosophies."
-Duran Duran (Barbarella)
"Man is a rope stretched between the animal and the superman - a rope over an abyss"
"I used to be carried in the arms of cheerleaders."
"B-b-b-baby he's screaming the truth. America, America is killing it's youth"
"Let's have some decorum."
"I don't care what weapons you use just as long as you keep me amused."
"Nag nag nag"
"In America, for every action there is an equal and opposing inaction"
"You know it's time we grow old and do some shit."
-Broken Social Scene
"Can you dig it? Can you dig it?
Can yooooo dig it?
-Sirus The Warriors
"I hesitate to deposit money in a bank. I am afraid I shall never dare to take it out again. When you go to confession and entrust your sins to the safe-keeping of the priest, do you ever come back for them?"
"Merchant and pirate were for a long period one and the same person. Even today mercantile morality is really nothing but a refinement of piratical morality."
"Like a dark stripe down the center of the night, two's as good as one."
- Arto Lindsay