i've never been able to decide. i've tried all four at various times. i too rose and fell and flapped my arms according to the dictates of the data crunching algorithms that some call soul. i still do. but not as much as before the moment when Kerouac got to me and Larry et al decided to turn the man into an arm flapping caricature of us all, and especially me as i've been so far.
i said the burn was going be a 'bonfire of the vanities' and it's beginning to dawn on me that i wasn't so far off. of course, meanings are loose in the world of art, so make of that what you will...
while i'm here...cause this is as good as place as any...except outside where it is very nice right now....what's the deal with the hat on home page logo man? i just noticed it a couple of hours ago. when did it get there? why is it there? has it been there before?
i think i mentioned that i didn't like being recognized, but i failed to admit that the phobia emerged more from your reasoning than from mine!
once the less deserving are recognized, everyone knows who the less deserving are.
sometimes i assume others are like me, but then many are not. i can assure you though that i am indeed an arm flapping creature on an emotional thrill ride through life, rising and falling on the waves of hope and fear streaming always into my head feed. i can assure you too that art deco is firmly implanted in my memory chips as a striking symbol of perhaps the greatest pinnacle of the folly of hope and fear that i've reached in the years since being swept into this strange enterprise. and so, i apologize if the caricature doesn't actually fit the totality of us, as i had said before, but it doe fits me all too well.
so, you know, maybe watching him burn will be an even bigger thrill for me this time that it's been in the past! just saying, is all...
I fear now that you`ve been recognized, your hopes of
blending emotional Daquiris will not be realized.
Now you must produce the sound of one hand clapping
and switch to stirring agitated CubaLibras in my space for the
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