Sunday 25 January 2009

it's a bigfoot print. it's a ufo. the thing itself,a ufo. i dunno.a cosmic laughing gas trick andpolitics are based on faith in the goodness of humans.comotose. thoughtless spontaneity applicabilityand degredation of the rules,while using themI cannot escape these characters. Their ways and what they mean,each letter of the alphabet is a thing,and they all have multiple personalities. A is a man in a suit,even and especially when he is lowercase. B is a young unused cheap garden rake,probably one you would use to learn how to use rakes with. C is a flounder,overcooked in a restaurant in some small midwestern county. It is mostly about its innate odor,the letter C. Its lowercase is a flight of stairs in an office building. D is an abstract concept. Its lowercase is a cumberbund. I don't know what B's lowercase is,if you were wondering.If you know,you tell me. E is a pack of chewing gum,and its lowercase is Antarctica.For each sound it makes it is different. For instance,when "e" is used in elephant,it is very much like the man in a suit,and when paired with the man in the suit, it is a piece of humming sheetrock. When "e" is used in "diet",it is a mirror. Now,"E",as in "Evil" qualifies the combination with a front heavy balance.It signifies nothing. F is a son of a bitch and its lowercase is a paper manufacturing plant. G is candlewax stuck in carpet. Its lowercase is the word "vile". H is a poet, its lowercase is a badger. I is an old tattered copy of Gone with the Wind,while its counterpart,"i", is a Buddhist tapestry. The letter I in both instance,follows the same set of peculiar inconsistancies as the letter "E" When "i" is used in "sight", it is a stalagtite,while in its usage of the word "sit","i" is a pair of shoes that Shirley Temple wore. J is a remote control and its lowercase is the concept of the word "Be". It is the same in German. K is confusingly the letter G. In its lowercase it becomes a pack of wild bathed maltese dogs rushing across a scottish moor. L is a toenail. Its lowercase is the word "and". M is the 50 yd line on a football field. No particular football field. Its lowercase is an astronomical unit. N is a painting by Paul Mccartney of The Beatles(not to be later confused with the lowercase of "z",which is a painting by John Mellencamp) The lowercase "n" is a boombox that belonged to Terence Trent Darby. O is a tornado and its lowercase is a trepanned skull. P is vomit. Its lowercase is subtle. Q is the constellation of Scorpio. In is smaller form,"q", is a type of weapon that has not yet been invented. R is the space between the legs of a chair on a table. Its lowercase is a sunflower in the south of france. S is a guilty thought. Its lowercase is two sacks of potatoes that Billy the Kid ate.T is a verb. "t" is a sound of teeth grinding. U is amnesia and its lowercase is a toilet cake in a club Johnny Depp owned.U follows no constant rule. One time, in 1980, it made an appearance as what is known as a "Beholder", a creature from a fantasy role playing game popular at the time with unnattractive pubescent boys. V is a dishwashing machine in a fastfood restaurant. Its lowercase is Anthony Perkins. W is the Louvre. It's lower case is boredom. X is,surprisingly, the letter X. Lowercase "x" is one of those useless seats in a movie theatre placed all the way to the front left corner. Y is a time travel machine,its lowercase is the fifth line of speech in Casablanca.Z is a tuning fork and i have inthe past indicated what the lowercase form of "z' is.I will set to translating everything i have written by these truths in the near future.Everything i write from now on will adhere to these rules. please print this page out and carry it with you and use it in your daily travels.ThrowpoetmaninasuitpaintingbypaulmccartneyG TimetravelmachinetornadoamnesiaPackofchewinggumcandlewaxstuckincarpetcandlewaxstuckincarpetruntornadotornadoflypoet

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