33 1/3 revolutions late

Contrary to the battering lyricist’s Randian objectivist to bleeding-heart libertarian evolution, Power Windows contains the seeds that belie this range of view to offer one of the best arguments for anarchy — namely, “The Big Money”, about the inevitable effect of the accumulation of capital, “Manhattan Project”, lamenting the loss of virtue in science as the experiment is directed from above, and “Territories”, which sees how these cultivate nothing but a reversion to tribe over community.And if that wasn’t unpopular enough, I got a hunk of Neil’s irrational side, with a paraphrase that keeps it as snide: Big money got a soul.

 

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October’s Objects of Possession

I’d like, for once, to argue with people who’d gotten their preposterous opinions on their own, reflecting the genuine shapes of their own minds as buffeted by private experience… rather than arguing indirectly with The State’s proxies in the form of brainwashed consumers who inadvertently ingest opinions and pre-fab personality traits with the media products they absorb like addicts.

T‘s that shit you let fly that lays the ground on which you sound bitter or crazy for your all of a sudden one day saying something that implies your not thinking that shit should fly. Like, by the time of the meddlesome mother’s objection to her kid’s having to recite “under God” in school, you missed the boat on calling out in front of God & her PTA just how retarded the goddamn Pledge is in the first place.

How many y’all ever really thought ‘Ye’ was a musical genius? Name one track he’s ever done that even ever accidentally rocked your brain stem. I mean, what’s his actual legacy defining moment?

Can’t one at least take pleasure in Maga cum Dickface’s abrading his anus all over the oval rug, branding the presidential seal, or is it that his followers’ certain justification of their hero’s soiling of the inviolable accessory just grate on each last nerve that conveniently responds to trumped up triggers? As in, the only reason that shit’s sacred is because of them. Fuckin’ hypocrites. Imagine the gall it takes to profess to hold something dear that you don’t hold dear.

The following image is from 1885, one century before the rhetoric of the Ray Gun Revolution’s being cemented in history. For the Millennial, an adequate comparison for context would be when Bo Rama was re-elected, his nation’s approving his legacy in all of its vainglorious disposition matrix, which is just another stone along the path of what will continue to pass for one of those many feel good American moments one’s questioning is questionable.

Stralauer Plz, Berlin-Friedrichshain 1885 (Am Ostbahnhof 2018)

 

By virtue of the ongoing coverage: Of the Moving of Our Octogenarian

Had I known how prominently this topic’d sustain, I’d have included the following video, edited by me for brevity and so as not to give it all away. It is an excerpt from K8’s The Line, the Cross & the Curve (sorry, I canno’ bring myself to link to Amazon) that features Lindsay Kemp.


A dvd of Flowers can be purchased here, a much poorer quality viewed here.

Stranger Moving

A most noteworthy octogenarian has moved
(out or up is anyone’s guess
in spite of what they might profess).
The bodies that he did possess are numerous

and moving on…

like we who’ve heard by way of name
it’s something something Bowie Bush –
for those who’d thought they knew his game
it’s Ziggy’s Spiders he did push.

I will not deign to’ve seen him move
right up until the end, and still
going from day into evening, and now
peacefully still at night.

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KT=6D!

Archangel wittingly bewitching believing non-believer. Why not not? Wherewithal’s what without wanting where we will’t.

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In the daily diary form I could ramble such that the text would resemble reams of computer code without line breaks. Most practising diarists, I reckon, organise what they’re thinking into a relatively more coherent topical form than that, even if what lands on the page isn’t necessarily comprehensive in scope or scale.

For example as regards the previous paragraph’s comparison (or maybe to demonstrate that point), just prior to typing it I had undertook the task of taking rubbish down to the bins. After a glance at the shoes on the floor inside my apartment door, I opted for the few steps back into my bedroom where I would find the pair I preferred to wear, which led to seeing that I had yet to grab the keys, followed by the thought that it was good thing I decided on the other shoes, whereupon a second voice in my head rejoined that I’d have probably remembered the keys regardless.

The fact that the voice was in the second person, as the voices of my imagination not infrequently are, became an issue of intermittent preoccupation as I was descending the four flights of stairs to the courtyard and back up again. The significance of this fact is another thing of which I have long taken notice, which is that friends have a tendency to try to talk me out of what I believe to be a meaningful empathetic position. It is an innocent tendency insofar as it usually has to do with encouraging me not to burden myself unnecessarily, and often it is only just that. When this encouragement however forms the argument that someone in the third person need not receive from me what I’d expressed as fair treatment, it dips to the depth of demon in disguise and I sometimes wonder if we people carry in us the constant potential of unwitting polluters of pure intention projected out of unconscious envy or other bedeviling most deeply dastardly.

As regards the second voice, and from a purely practical standpoint, it’s better to maintain the belief that I need to remember my keys than it is to assume I always will.

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Hap e-BRTHdae, Comrade 🦁❤️!

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