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The Ghost in the Stone

Praise be to Nero’s Neptune
The Titanic sails at dawn
And everybody’s shouting
“Which Side Are You On?”
And Ezra Pound and T. S. Eliot…

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Through a prism, darkly


King Kong Mother Fucking Superman

cries sometimes


in his Fortress of

Solitude 108 more words

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Hey, Mister

Another week booked and billed, another chapter lived but unwritten, another beer opened on Eastern Time and I want a fucking cigarette. How else, then, smoke rings? 198 more words

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Stop That

“Don’t you think the Sagrada Familia is a bit Gaudi?”

#pynchonhumorsyndrome #punforthecure

The Narrative

it is myths that haunt us, not ghosts

That it is myths that haunt us, not ghosts, which are only specters produced by an unexpected intersection of myths. A Celtic myth, for example, might intersect with an Aztec one.

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Cryptical Envelopment

You're Only Coming Through In Wave 1 Release

This week has been more fun than pulling cactus spines out of your hide, but not as much fun as falling drukenly into the cactus. I am listening to the solo works of Syd Barrett VERY LOUD while sipping a beer as I finish up work. 123 more words

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Do you remember the future, Dr. Memory?

I’m sorry, Clem, but you’re making The Doctor unhappy happy.

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