>

2008/03/31

le desert? dessert ~

but there are robots robo~ golems golem~ cyborg golem~





Les créatures artificielles



with
this



Le désert chez Deleuze
> Science et conscience
par Philippe Petit. réalisation : Gilles Mardirossian.
jeudi 28 décembre 2006 de 14h à 15h

Avec Eric Alliez, philosophe, professeur invité à l’Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Karlsruhe, Senior Research Fellow à l’université du Middlesex (Londres) ; Jean Clet-Martin, philosophe

_______________

Monsieur Alliez ~ mon philosophe favourite ~

oui oui ~


and the others

so to learn~
on apprendre les choses ~


all which you missed is comes back again~ Doctor almost ~ presque docteur ~





and you missed this ~ yer brain's never fast enough or god like enough to be all over all the time ~


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émission du mardi 25 septembre 2007
Table-ronde Télévision /
Michela Marzano, Eric Alliez




Michela Marzano, Eric Alliez

Michela Marzano, Eric Alliez

© RF / A. Lachand
Images, corps, télévision...
Tout arrive ! en essais et en sciences humaines.

# Dans la première partie table-ronde, nos chroniqueurs discutent de nouveaux programmes télévisés de rentrée, séries, énièmes avatars de la télé-réalité outre-Atlantique...
Dans cette demi-heure, il est donc question de Kid nation diffusé sur CBS aux Etats-Unis, controversé car il met en scène une trentaine d'enfants dans un lieu coupé du monde extérieur ; mais également d'un ouvrage savant d'Edmond Couchot initulé Des images, du temps et des machines dans les arts de la communication.

# Puis, sur le terrain du corps et de la représentation nous ont rejoint dans la seconde partie Michela Marzano, qui publie La mort spectacle et La pornographie ou l'épuisement du désir ; ainsi qu'Eric Alliez, qui publie pour sa part L'oeil-cerveau : nouvelles histoires de la peinture moderne.


Invités

Michela Marzano. Philosophe.

Eric Alliez. Philosophe.





La chronique

La chronique de Jean-Louis Ezine Ecoutez






des livres à découvrir




Edmond Couchot
Des images, du temps et des machines dans les arts de la communication
Jacqueline Chambon - 10 septembre 2007


A l'heure où les technologies numériques tendent à contrôler de plus en plus étroitement la sphère de la communication et de l'art dans le monde, et bouleversent nos relations avec les images, Edmond Couchot dévoile ici les articulations cachées qui lient ces dernières aux machines, mais aussi au temps. Toute image sécrète une temporalité qui lui est propre et ne livre son sens que si le regardeur la partage.
A partir de ce constat, l'auteur décrit l'évolution des images et de la temporalité qui les caractérise, de l'icône médiévale à l'image numérique, lorsque leur production, après avoir requis la main des peintres, mobilise des machines de plus en plus complexes et autonomes.
Edmond Couchot souligne en particulier les changements radicaux que nous vivons actuellement avec l'émergence d'une nouvelle temporalité imposée par les machines numériques (ordinateurs, réseaux mondiaux de communication, jeux électroniques ou dispositifs artistiques). Une temporalité qui affecte profondément nos comportements quotidiens et les fondements mêmes de notre culture.
Toute notre manière de vivre et de concevoir le temps est à réinventer.
- Présentation de l'éditeur -




Eric Alliez
L'oeil-cerveau : nouvelles histoires de la peinture moderne
Vrin - 2 mai 2007


Ce livre a pour ambition de mettre au jour la pensée à l'oeuvre dans la peinture moderne en replaçant au coeur de la recherche la notion d'hallucination, notion centrale s'il en est pour le xixe siècle qui associe la création artistique aux études « psychophysiologiques ».
Au plus près des oeuvres et des énoncés constituant aussi bien la peinture moderne que l'idée moderne de l'art, entre Delacroix et Cézanne, avec Manet, Seurat et Gauguin, on suivra les mutations auxquelles donne lieu le rapport entre l'Oeil et le Cerveau avec la dénaturalisation et la cérébralisation de l'Oeil engagé dans « l'hallucination vraie » du monde en son devenir moderne. Porteur d'un nouveau régime de visibilité qui désoriente le système général des évidences sensibles et de leurs inscriptions discursives, l'Oeil-Cerveau projette dans la puissance hallucinatoire de la peinture les conditions de réalité d'une modernité irréductible aux notions philosophiquement communes de sujet et d'objet.
En ce mouvement de transformation du régime esthétique de l'art vers une esthétique de l'hétérogénéité, les questions liées à la couleur ont constitué - depuis la Théorie des couleurs goethéenne, à l'exposé de laquelle est consacré le premier chapitre - un horizon permanent d'interrogation. Mais loin d'être le mobile du culte de la « peinture pure », la couleur est avant tout la matière et l'enjeu de dispositifs à la fois sensibles et discursifs synonymes d'une problématisation extrême, toujours singulière, de la Forme-Peinture (et de ses formes publiques d'exposition). La révolution esthétique en acquiert une portée politique autant que philosophique qui se mesure, dans la destruction continuée du système de la représentation, à la déconstruction toujours reprise de la notion même d'Image.
- Présentation de l'éditeur -




Michela Marzano
La mort spectacle : enquête sur l'horreur-réalité
Gallimard - 30 août 2007


Passages à tabac, viols, tortures, exécutions : nous sommes chaque jour envahis par des images d'une violence extrême, filmées en direct par des amateurs sans aucune distance critique et relayées instantanément par Internet dans le monde entier.
Pourquoi ce spectacle permanent d'horreur, hier encore inconnu, rencontre-t-il tant d'intérêt aujourd'hui en Occident ? Quelle image de l'homme révèlent ces nouvelles pratiques ? Que nous apprennent-elles sur leurs auteurs, mais aussi sur nous-mêmes et sur l'évolution de nos sociétés ? À ces brûlantes questions, Michela Marzano apporte des éclairages saisissants. Elle montre que la violence mise en images, construite sur un arrière-fond de haine - haine de soi, haine de l'autre -, anesthésie ceux qui la regardent et « neutralise » tout sentiment d'humanité. La mort spectacle installe une nouvelle forme de barbarie : la barbarie de l'indifférence. Après le règne de la « télé-réalité », sommes-nous entrés dans celui de l'« horreur-réalité » ?
- Présentation de l'éditeur -




Michela Marzano
La pornographie ou l'épuisement du désir
Hachette pluriel - 22 août 2007




Alors que l'érotisme met en scène le mystère du sujet et de la sexualité, la pornographie flatte le voyeurisme et livre au regard un corps morcelé, privé de visage. Plaçant le spectateur dans le registre de la sensation et de la consommation, elle efface le désir lui-même. Elle conduit à l'asservissement et à la disparition de l'humanité de l'homme.
Loin d'être un rappel à l'ordre, le livre de Michela Marzano permet de distinguer les enjeux éthiques qui sous-tendent les représentations du corps humain, et offre un plaidoyer pour la liberté et la responsabilité, afin que l'autre demeure celui dont la rencontre nous conduit au meilleur de nous-mêmes, voire au-delà.

another interview with m. Marzano
here

april

indeed april


yes avril ~

april

april showrs bring ....

indeed or fools flutter

no not that we find the waves of beam ~

more soon good blog ~

joyce reading the anna livia plurabelle

table rond Littérature

as always you ... listening....
___________________
mission du lundi 31 mars 2008

Table-ronde Littérature
Arnaud Cathrine, Florent Marchet, Ilan Duran Cohen






Florent Marchet, Arnaud Cathrine, Ilan Duran Cohen

franc e culture


# Entre musique et littérature, Tout arrive ! parle livres ce lundi, avec en première partie table-ronde des échanges sur trois textes au programme : Hors de moi de Claire Marin (chez Allia), Voyager lèger de Julien Bouissoux (à l'Olivier) et Cap Canavéral signé Grégoire Bouillier, qui fait l'unanimité.

# Puis, la seconde partie vous plonge dans des fictions qui racontent le travail et ses méandres, sa violence aussi : il y est d'abord question du projet conçu par le tandem Arnaud Cathrine / Florent Marchet, Frère animal, en forme livre + cédé (avec chansons de DRH).
Puis c'est Ilan Duran Cohen qui revient sur son roman Face aux masses dont l'héroïne est stagiaire dans l'univers du marketing...


Invités

Arnaud Cathrine. Ecrivain.

Florent Marchet. Musicien.

Ilan Duran Cohen. Ecrivain, réalisateur.

shall we shank



shall we shank on subway and air-port do we bob
on sea like bubbles burping
do we hold hands
in air


clustered to our naves
not feared by arrogant humps
&


its eye buzzing the avenue

as wave on wide rooms filled with these creatures
of beauty and farm

not so the peacock willow of beauty




2008/03/30

shall



shall we get outta here
shall we ? shall shall shall?
yea yea yea out out outta
over therehere

yer much butter there then
here~ o Its fiction to diction~
fleedom~

do

do these work as poems of ?

god know im talkin about life. i mean life. what is that? this other work, or impasse ive been in. you've beenin. that impasse. writing about dead men. dead poet men ~ and the rest of the route as it flutes its way.
who knows how this plays out diagonal to sing-song its tune . its cahoot to bring about ringtune wake song

would you be so kind as just to answer the question? a simple declarative statement'd do.


do and do and do its paradise lost and one other ~ with many betweens and becomes

ive said before fore and four times four is metaphor. whats a metaphor? a machine blink lover her hand held in the air she stares down another woman. why do women always do that stare down another woman of nonconventionality. why destroy its communal solidarity of dare to draw go out away from norm de prediction its per vasive capture daily why do females do that?

the subway is death . space of convention. no longer expression~ if you express yer a dead zone sat on fat on . drilled out. thus no this that no that this not no no no no non


I see . I see, I see a very direct discourse statement. Thank you Mister Almost Doctor D ~

are




are you complaining?
plaining complaint
playnt?
yes yes i plaint and plaint my woe
but no I dont dont plaint her
her jamais contre elle
contre elle jamais

is yer






is your french very alright?
i doubt it, I doubt it, it's
as heart sick
as I
as malade que moi
rued

et merdants
dans l'ombres
de ces
fleurs

fleurs? are you sure its fleurs not fleuves?
and not fleuves des fleurs coeurs des fleurs?
fleurs des fleuves




is






is cœur heart masculine féminine?

is it alright yer hearting's ragged?

ragged in sun swept away off in the dank
of its city sank sun


_____________

non it's not very alright
ni cool
ni fraîcheur
de cœur
dans cette ciel d'ombre
et
quelque chose
que
je comprend pas







subway to paris






as always blues on the subway
that the subway does not come up ground above ground
near ground coming up emerging in paris
arrondissement presque chez elle
chaque jour pas la on est pas la
chaque avion disparaître avec sa cœur









what was it qualified it as song?
was poetry versed in the harmonium of desire
her desire to see



mine to be melded into her skin, never met



you suffered each day she 's not there here
here there in the suffering of her absent

mined b y the married bone of her death ~









thises & tthats

Clichés, clichés! The situation has hardly improved since Cézanne. Not only has there been a multiplication of images of every kind, around us and in our heads, but even the reactions against clichés are creating clichés . . . Every imitator has always made the cliché rise up again, even from what had been freed of the cliché. The fight against clichés is a terrible thing. As Lawrence says, it is already something to have succeeded, to have gotten somewhere, with regard to an apple, or a jug or two. The Japanese know that a whole life barely suffices for a single blade of grass. This is why great painters are so severe with their work. Too many people mistake a photograph for a work of art, plagiarism for audacity, a parody for a laugh, or worse yet, a miserable stroke of inspiration for a creation.'



We know now that a text is not a line of words releasing a single 'theological' meaning (the 'message' of the Author-God) but a multidimensional space in which a variety of writings, none of them original, blend and clash. The text is a tissue of quotations drawn from the innumerable centres of culture." Roland Barthes, 'The Death of the Author' (1968)

was a day



_______________________________

sunday was a day like any other . guesses. death. watch. parched. throart. desert memory across city of less turn~ it s marbled terrace death ~


breath passed age carried mirror to hate g-
athered breath to say peace seizure away me hearties ~

_________________________

would a bus ride suffice to martyr the city
carry its weight in your pocket lover?
pick pick pocket de lover
saned by the driven furies of
lonely


________________________

hectic by hefted moved weight
its panic burden mouthed to reason her cock swell




2008/03/29

how was

______________________________________
_________________________________

_--------------------------

____________________
____________________________

How was the sun then? was it fun?
humming running and bumming like a baseball
bat hitting its pitcher?
Is that possible? are you cracked crazy? weirded out by idiom slang joual jazze?

comme les dentrifices dan les movement des
étonnants
hmm what does that supposedly stand for?

is it some sort of cafe french? tim horton français?


who knows
knows
not a step in
slang
its argot
joual
come hither come one many
come one many hither come
its tongue escaped language
no subject no person no

just jubilant dactylographic





___________________________

But was there sun?
No not really
there was cold
again
sun supposedly coming

hahahahha life is fun, eh?
rough, eh?
hard diamonded edges

chaos and supposed knowing


~ ~

ok

ok its saturday

almost apollo's april month
yer listening to cbc
radio c
ause that's what you do you
do radio either
listening
or
doing it
love
logging
laughin


dig


its the radi


o




there's sun today
and its last to near last day of March the march of snow and winter's almost done and over
saunter
even when ac hes and pain~

2008/03/28

Actualités Foucault at radio france culture les vendredis de La Philosophie





émission du vendredi 28 mars 2008
Actualités Foucault

Par François Noudelmann
Réalisation: Clotilde Pivin

Les publications posthumes de Michel Foucault et les essais récents qui lui sont consacrés montrent qu'il est un penseur plus complexe que ne le dit son succès. Ces textes brisent les images simplistes venant aussi bien de ses détracteurs qui voient en lui le fossoyeur de l'humanisme que de ses zélateurs qui le réduisent à la défense des marginaux ou qui s'approprient ses analyses sur le biopolitique.
Foucault discuta régulièrement de la question de l'homme et du sujet, comme en témoignent ses premiers travaux universitaires et ses ultimes séminaires au Collège de France. De même ce nietzschéen, plutôt sceptique, n'abandonna jamais la notion de vérité derrière celle de discours. Philosophiquement et politiquement, Foucault demeure irréductible à une école, à un courant, rétif à la normalisation qu'il n'a cessé d'étudier dans les savoirs et les pratiques.


co~posted at radio deleuze

famiished

abject

as ice


its

food world

roaming

hunger


its all over
famine

famished

perished

irish
potoatoes

returning

toes

thee

with thee world its weather cold as subway wall
and its orientation to bones and death
flicker of hope
ember here there
there here there
world world thee world


democracy


Amy questioning Obama ~



you wonder how they felt back then
in the street s of gaul and along villages o f Empire


always same

proof reproof

__



______
someone one told you they were benevolent

___ and didn't have to prove it
________ who said anything by the way,
___________ about proving it?
___prove it prove it benevolent proof and outside

___ was a life a life to prove they were something
____ not negative not using my name but called a door
____ but a door is not bad
____ esp when the other party got called a palm tree

___ and that's what alice said as the
____ nigh t rolled on


2

___ and the war in iraq and basra and

___ all the rest of thee world weeping
___ strugglin
__ suffering fighting to get out
__from under





corresponding patrick

2008/03/27

imagine






imagine a list of dying
by war for one day
in the world
imagine a similar list of the dying by violence
themselves
adn others
a list round the world long
dying crying bleeding
hurted
dying bleeding
crying

this ice

iceberg s and war and and prescence and 'the question is'


sentators and open ended war ~

2008/03/26

you dont






now as an artist is your hair straggly like this yet?


sometimes yes, sometime almost shorn! short~

do you expect to love anyone with such a mug?



no sir no sir not indeed at all

yer head is like a sink
yer mind is murk
yer heart
is built on kitchen teeth
yer feet hurt
you rhyme like a fat plate of spaghetti
in the ozone layer
yer vers becomes prose
moan and poems



to route its swampy n'ers
you fingers are lonesome
yer joints sore, and yer feet are cracked
dry skin's the game and fighting's the aim

what sort of ballocks is that when you cry your name
what sordid air of pillars are these?

its ne'er do well
fail fellow fête
hail fellow met


yer leo with a kindness rising
caught by the hairs of stamped date nowt


come to the shore of Ireland
lake in your hand
rest your weary shoulders here my child
rest your weary bones yer borned to the end
psalm and calm as wraith come lone ~

















yer really quite ugly you know that Mister D?
i had never seen your image previously
I mean Mister Verdana


O Im much uglier than that photo lets on
my new glasses add to the glint
of it
ill post one
soon enough
& you can
both
bumps
of knowing
and my

fixed up front tooth



A monstrosity to cry
eye to eye cheek to cheek







was




was that yer place in background that

wall at stranged angle?
was it was it?


no No i was visiting
a friend
and she took
the photo
surprising me
it was a hot summer

my old glasses
and if you
notice
one of the teeth
of the front
two
is odd
well its been
fixed
and
that bump
on myhead
its

called
in my family
the
Bump
of
Knowledge



apparently my father had two~

ahahahahahh



I remember that summer
two back it was hot
too hot
in the same its been
too cold
long
winter
winter
bloody
winter
winter
this year's spring
is thawing
slow
to come
its buttocks
bare
assed
as
the ring
around

the

rosy








a

____________________________________________

is that a photo of you Mister D?

tell tell tell all
tell now
tell now fore ver
or dont talk at all
tell talk all tell tell william tell ~


it was me it was was a night
hot summer before today
not today
or today
or today's yesterday
but sometime
then in the not today

but the hier hier
not so long back
in the beginning bend
end

can you never say what
you wish?

Wish wish
I wish
I was
a

fish


I'd swim
all day
and
sleep and sex al l night

So , then
yes,
it was
it is an image
of me, I, moi
the summer before last



(                                                       )









I rather like this photo which is why Im posting it

2008/03/25

near done desart





I dont wish to self accuse you Mister D Verdant but you fail to live up to these claims of joyous friendsship

Indeed indeed. one its true. i do I m the real schizio of failied this's and that's . ye~ .s

yes fai_lire' s built into the package, thus pain thus tragedy thus failure.
thus your sudden desire to get a ph.d in philosopphy now yer near done
with this other desart


will I do a doctorate in philosophY? Perhaps! if only at
the Sorbonne that great Queen of schools?

hmmm well who knows Doctor D who knows
but back to you to you two you ~

now is it so that at times you dont eat
not going out you sit at typewriter keyboard
clicking banging clacking till yer blue in the face
cyrillic blue perhaps?

is it true you dont pay yer bills?
that they gather dust creditors pursuing you everywhere?
which way?

its true true true its trellis true and blue


and even your tea sits till it go cold?

aye aye its true


O Ohhmm
even yer tea
goes ? col'd a H?


yepyep But I heap it up

yer crazy
thats a given

but poesy will out the door it goeth as a green grass geeze.
rhizomatic plate of spaghetti









____________


yer very lazy you know


no onthe contrary you can be late through speed
i work very hard
spinning my wheels
caring for the cairn the keep the upsake the tracked around wrens when I go down the sandymount beach dont you think I keep my lens with me? my Lens My Lenz My Lens.
that was the name of a poem, I wrot e for an about Susan Beaulieu, back then, when
I was desperately badly painfully in love deprived and suffered her about her, over
her, around her wanting her badly so painfully so refused accepted redeployed unemployed come back turned down accepted pulled wrapped in whirled over. yes. about her thighs
hips
haunched.
I saw her sitting there.

I was crazy.

I suffered and suffered and suffered and then some and more and later it went it went it went then it wold come back at times years later.
years
months. out of nowhere a hawk circling out the sky to kill me


then forgotten
refused I her
seeing her
I said
I don't know why I wasted my breath on you

~
I said that once,
I dont like that now.
it was a way back then

I wonder of that hurt and hurt disappointed humilated
came back haunted ruined other relationships


~

Who knows? I don't know. I don't know anything about relationships
except that now, now I know , I know with a fervent love
in my heart
that
they must be joyous

~
t hat the best are
that the best of me is ~




~~

I dont say that glibly
its hard to find
hard to keep
work to maintain
but once attained
the joy is strong
carrying it s own self forward
daily


You Dig?

(the secret is the big secret, is love is friendship)

ahahhahaa

Yes Mister D Verdana I dig


I do dig ~ ...







1

you write very bad ppoetry you know that, at

times its agglutinating in in gg ~g these things
about some so called woman female you write
to
and your mouth and hurt
and naked and the rest of it



2


yes yes complètement en accord
yes yes its but il ll say i ts not a
bout the writing anymore it s about
life


3
does this legitimize it i mean blogging this personalist
trash near to sentimentalist ooze you hauled
others out for previously?



4
thats a bit harsh do you think its really that bad?
all of it? none of it useful for the steady flow of life?
its cant be as bad as some of those "spoken word" wordists
idiots whatever they call themselves some who you
used to know personally how disgusting they were always
idiots lowering the bar the standard

dont you think?


think? i thought that is what you are supposed to d



__________






when






W
hen you first came to me,
I had nothing on but you
my mouth hurt ~

you asked to see my arm~






she's no richard nixon ... she's worse

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&

more from the Nation

Progressives for Obama

"All American progressives should unite for Barack Obama. We descend from the proud tradition of independent social movements that have made America a more just and democratic country. We believe that the movement today supporting Barack Obama continues this great tradition of grassroots participation, drawing millions of people out of apathy and into participation in the decisions that affect all our lives. We believe that Barack Obama's very biography reflects the positive potential of the globalization process that also contains such grave threats to our democracy when shaped only by the narrow interests of private corporations in an unregulated global marketplace. We should instead be globalizing the values of equality, a living wage and environmental sustainability in the new world order, not hoping our deepest concerns will be protected by trickle-down economics or charitable billionaires. By its very existence, the Obama campaign will stimulate a vision of globalization from below."

and other twisting torquing do read on about the ugly corridor of politics. the split from itself sick machine. ambition's greed knows no end, its terminus is power and glorification of self.

american leftist take
here
excerpted
below ~
"Monday, March 24, 2008

The Poverty of the Presidential Campaign (Part 2)

On Friday, I suggested that, instead of supporting third, fourth and fifth party candidates for President, like Cynthia McKinney, Gloria La Riva and Ralph Nader, we should instead consider boycotting the election entirely. Why legitimize a process that is designed to favor the major party candidates who can access enormous amounts of money and mainstream media attention? Furthermore, why do we believe, recent experience to the contrary, that the presidential campaign constitutes an effective form of political action for the left?"




starts here |

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check it all ~

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we must never under~ estimate her... these Romans~ these Romans Brutus!
these romans Julius~

the fundamental danger.. she poses...



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Post Date: 2008-03-17 17:32:08 by Itisa1mosttoolate
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Hillary! Uncensored - 6 Million Internet Views Stopped Hillary's Juggernaut

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13 min 39 sec - Oct 7, 2007
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Hillary!Uncensored, the 1 hour documentary using exclusive home videos of the Clintons made by Peter Paul- the man Bill Clinton illegally ... all » solicited to become Hillary's largest donor-to expose the Illegalities that won Hillary Clinton's Senate Election & the Obstructions of Justice That Keep Her There-. Get the DVD online at www.equaljusticeproductions.com or see it online pay per view at www.youperview.com. The film exposes Hillary Clinton's illegalities in winning her seat in the US Senate and keeping it through corrupting the Dept of Justice Chief of Public Integrity and the FEC itself. (See all the evidence on the public record at www.hillcap.org) The biggest political scandal since Watergate is N25" height="373">hL24I&border=1&hl=en">hL24I&border=1&hl=en" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" width="425" height="373">OW exposed to the public for the first time breaking the media blockade by the mainstream media to protect Hillary Clinton and the leadership of the democratic party that conspired with her. This unedited "trailer" on a private Google site made internet history as the #1 Ranked video on Google the day after it was "leaked" October 7, 2007,- it became #1 on the Top 100 videos IN THE WORLD on Oct 25 before disappearing from all lists on Nov. 2,while #1 after it was viewed more than 3 million times. THE FULL 1 HR FILM REVEALS THE OBSTRUCTIONS OF JUSTICE DIRECTED BY HILLARY AIDED BY A CORRUPT CHIEF OF PUBLIC INTEGRITY of the JUSTICE DEPARTMENT AND A FEDERAL JUDGE APPOINTED BY THE CLINTONS- SEE THE EVIDENCE ON THE PUBLIC RECORD www.hillcap.org an www.peterfpaul.com

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In other words
ladies and gentleman
she's a fascist
from a fascist
gang

so let's keep alert
and se
e
what love
and beauty

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what I find remarkable is that Jesse Jackson's wife
supports Lady Hitlery Finton the dangeous blonde




2008/03/24

ye yea yea beserk beserkr~ yes siree

its best essay ive read about the under-handed
long range plans of this nasty couple
of roman plotters aiming for power
at the expense of anything good and worthy
yes it is. strong chilling are the way
of power
true Machiavellians they are ~
best suited to mister dante's
pits ~
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Hillary's Berserker Campaign ... for 2012
Blonde Ambition
from Counter
By JEFFREY ST. CLAIR





Tell yer Ma
&
Tell yer Pa













connnnnnnnnnnnnnnneccctttttttttteddddddd to

Going Old South on Obama
Ma and Pa Clinton Flog Uppity Black Man

By ISHMAEL REED


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Another day of lies,greed and bullshite ~
disclovered
discoloured
disclosed
disclothed
reveal~d
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O hello To these rotted beings what mouth of grimoire gapes
Dante does the portrait of the spaces
alloted for the scum exploiters of human
need
manipulters of misery
unkind mon[b]sters preying on the multitude of humanity
 Come 'l viso mi scese in lor più basso,
mirabilmente apparve esser travolto
ciascun tra 'l mento e 'l principio del casso;

As I inclined my head still more, I saw
that each, amazingly, appeared contorted
between the chin and where the chest begins;






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 ché da le reni era tornato 'l volto,
e in dietro venir li convenia,
perché 'l veder dinanzi era lor tolto.

they had their faces twisted toward their haunches
and found it necessary to walk backward,
because they could not see ahead of them.

In other words their heads
are stuck in their arses
for eterntiy eating their own anus shites




to the hell that waits clicking
their wasted dry assed so-called soul

Indeed Mister Dante

2008/03/23

turns out

re: yer commnets on guattari at >RecallToPoetry: easter eire

well| turns out re guattari and joyce
one of his friends
tells the biographer he started with joyce and ended with him ~

what do you say about that? mister D?
hmmmmmmmmmmmmm I sa y nuthin nothin at all at all ~

body bawdy politics

ok mister d whats the politic bawdy this day
and day?
well you sure political?
me political well in the studioits always political cause w
we'r e tryin to plug up th e rat holes....
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stumbled across this essay
over
at counterpunch march 8-9 you cant lick t he[e] boot that kicks you "the only way to fight the clintons"

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and
as alwaYS linda mcQuaig as good ideas and remarkable acuity about
politics in this dumb canaadadadumbland
i saw her speak at Concordia a while back she was fine and smart
articulate and had practical ideas. a n old 'so-called friend' of mine,
who also happens to be a really sapppy crude sentimental musican;
seems to hate her guts, almost personally. hes obviioysly not weel
in the head and he becamse conservative along the way ev en going so
far as to support the old 'reform' party when they ran in British Columbia;
i often wonder of Isms of any sort always lead to reaction_ary _Ism
along withthe varied diseased states they cultivate. national-ism
and the rest of it; what imperial signifier of barbarian despotic proportions
crops this ruin. __ back to this chap I used
to "know" or thought I knew,
well,

its to sad to a man of his talent (well he did have
some talent for a time) turn so reactionary and negative
having made politics (ignorance and bigotry) a personal campaign.
he tried to take on the b.c. teachers union on a few years back _ Unjustly in their view
and the view of thousands of teachers and others in the trenches.
you cannot solve problems the way he had in mind; get rid of the unions?
sheer stupidity and backwardness |replace them with what?
parental authority based on arbitrary
captialist upper middle class ideas about rearing
of kids to make them rich upper middle class
non thinkers ____non thinking ___ he came out
looking like some strange semi-articulate fellow who was critical but had no ideas
to speak of; basically a reactionary type all paranoid
about his own life_ a handful of others, all broiled up
and never bothering to get to the bigger picture
and tryin to figure things, out, No, always his own ideas,
and not much more. its weird,
he was and has been generous privately but when it comes
to public life and politics what a back ass, backwards fellow.
always claimed he never understood poetry and modern art,
well he sure tried hard with his sentimental slurp music
but i think he gave up the ghost long ago____
anyhow enough o f him
back to Linda McQuaig a brilliant thinker,
journalist, and woman, critical and honest
seeking out novel ways to make the world
livable for everyone . I recommend her columns . and books. "HOLDING THE BULLY'S COAT: Canada and the U.S. Empire"


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if Easter might mean
anything
to thinks of immanence
perhaps it could mean
a Jesus figure of immanence
as in
the kingdom of heaven
is at hand ~ meaning here and now
spread the table
spread the oil
cultivate the ground with potatoes fer all ~

enough bread
for all
as in the fish and loaves

~ there' s stuff to weed out
his ideas of father signifier and the rest
but his notion of neighborlyness
and dying for one's friends
cannot be blamed for the stupidity it's been put use to ~

Anyhow, peace and love and potatoes to all is my mottoe ~


yep yep yep.
Easter Feaster
Feat Peat
Bog Log
Blog
~

are ye





are you not sentimentalizing the old sod
bog land of bard and bull?
blarney & malarkey?


Not really M Courier just yackin away as usual
this easter sunday of
becomings resurrected immanence ~


easter eire


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no thunder in th e

irish shore
& coasts


eire ~

easter ireland ~

the
bell
land
of
Europe ~

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reading this biography of guattari & del turns out former was very preoccupied by Ulysses
and on table in his room "Sur le table de chevet: Les Chiens d'éros de....Lawrence et
Ulysses de Joyce, en anglais. ... "(F.Dosse 585)

truly he was also turns out much preoccupied with Finnegans Wake. what I find fascinating is the absence of interest either on his and his friend Deleuze, in the poetry of Tzara. But that is not surprising... one cannot read everything. and love all writing. For me, life would not be the same without the work of Tristan Tzara, esp. L'Homme Approximatif and L' antitete
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truly its a spooky place that Ireland ~
Indeed it is M courier


several

After


After acting all silly and detached, and spiritual
she says,

Can I see your blog?

Can I?
will you take it down
take it out,
can you show me the size, the shape
in her hands, in her hands
her fingers, naughtier than night
my blog grew and grew
right across the continent
and I came to her running
across the country’s continent
to her arms
her arms
lover ~




First


remember the first we went to bed
there were three of us

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now what’re you saying?
hes working on a poem ~

oh? is he now?
i though he was reading erotic stories
thinking of you know who

you you
he’s thinking of you

you know? you know, that comma
hangs around your lips
like a love kiss

Kiss ~





UnForgiven


The poetry of redemption ~ Ive blogged this before on another blog. I still find it the most moving scene and filled with a type of spirituality. I love the dialogue. the whole tthing’s a masterpiece.when the writer is telling Clint EastwoodI dont have a gunIm a writerI never a had a gunand the scene Eastwood is leaving and the prophet’s wrath in his voiceadmonishes the town folk about he’s gonna come backand do them all away if they treat the whores bad again....

"All Im coming out..

Nobody better shoot...

Ill come back and you better bury Ned right...
you better not do harm to those whores

or Ill come back and kill everyone of you sons-of-bitches..."




love~r


Lover boy cherche son ami
Lover man cherche son amant ~
Lover man Lover man doesn’t feel
her lips
anylonger
her’s numb as strong strong stone
waiting ~

theresa duncan

The writer Theresa Duncan has died.

I was not aware of this until a few days back

has died. i didnt know. dint know has died. didnt know died. didnt know

theresa duncan, a writer, critic and screen writer had been a member of taking the brim in the year 2005 october november december
"wit of the staircase" a phrase she delighted in

May her spirit float
effortlessly
up
the
long
stair case ~
heading higher
heading heights of unknown audacity
and temerity

as she was

this
spirit








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"From the French phrase 'esprit d'escalier,' literally, it means 'the wit of the staircase', and usually refers to the perfect witty response you think up after the conversation or argument is ended. "Esprit d'escalier," she replied. "Esprit d'escalier. The answer you cannot make, the pattern you cannot complete till aterwards it suddenly comes to you when it is too late."






I quote this excerpt
from
In Memoriam to her Wit of the staircase

"Theresa was best known as a screenwriter, but as the editor of a literary magazine, I encouraged her to write prose. From dipping into this delightfully eclectic well of thought, reviews, and tips I recognized an extraordinary mind, a tremendous talent and a prodigious analyst of culture.

Hearing of her death I was stunned and disbelieving. I waited for some bizarre punchline to kick in. I was sickened. Then, perhaps oddly, I was angry. I had felt this same way when Jean-Michel Basquiat died. How could you take your mind away from us, how could you take your voice out of the game? It didn’t make sense and it still doesn’t make sense to me now, but I couldn’t be angry anymore. I told Jeremy “You’ve got to be strong, you’re working for two now.” Apparently that argument wasn’t good enough. They were a team. They had become twins of a sort."







2008/03/22

weird spooky here's the ...

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heres the poem

Because I don’t stop thinking of your eyes,
will you forgive me?

Im water at your feet
a tunnel at your lane
a lock at your land
a near place
to your tunnel
weak as your
friend
strong as your lover

never missing you
but missing you always ~

it’s like that ~
and I imagine your voice
O

~Because the night’s long
and
all

~

who



Who remembers
___your body
your beauty?
I do I do
I remember like day recalls morning
as your arms stretched out along a play of...




yes, you know, the breath between
your words add to me,
augment my breath
I see the world better
as you’re speaking to me
without them I’ m death
half the time
the other half I’m smitten with wishing
tasting your breasts


Mouth your mouth wider than the
giving that’s earth my love
dont abandon me








yes








u heve to speek yer own language of some sord. or else it wont work. its gotta be here that way as it wont see. word wont' walk. anylongerst to door. if they shew old back. old backs to back. have to fly its way paced out new as novelled to word town


this ham hem to flictioned its filiate free. as cormorant and gee
se

zero class intensity
seems like only yesterday

betweens

been busy

here


and
here

and various'd other between Mouths of desire machineassemblies


findin
this clip



"L'homme et les cormorans, un bon exemple de la composition d'un organe sensoriel décentralisé capable d'intégrer différente sortes de danses."

this at ultime's retour a singularity

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hows yer rissertation?
preques fully revised for penultimate drafted

2008/03/21

don't

don't you worry about errors mistakes, omissions, commissions of weak structions, cons, and pros, of embyronic errors? memory as conation cut by voluntaristic notions?


ye s yes always always but I hope to correct them correct them after after afterward

I dont like to read twice,
but once once
and write it twice

Neurosciences et psychanalyse : Freud a-t-il oublié le cerveau ?

mission du vendredi 21 mars 2008

So Vendredi is Philosophy day. It used to be called fish day a nother group!

Yes, who's that, those Christians? Yes, yes the lovely charming christian that think the body rises with the soul and brain in a brand new body calle d
glorifie!d


les vendredis de la philosophie par François Noudelmann
le vendredi de 10h à 11h

Par François Noudelmann
Réalisation: Clotilde Pivin

En inventant la psychanalyse, Freud eut l'ambition de fonder une science plus qu'une philosophie. Pourtant la résistance des scientifiques à sa théorie de l'inconscient n'a jamais cessé malgré la reconnaissance d'un savoir et d'une pratique psychanalytiques. Une distribution des rôles s'est établie entre ceux qui traitent les maladies cérébrales par la chimie et ceux qui soignent les troubles psychiques par la parole, bien que dans les faits cette frontière reste perméable.
Les progrès des neurosciences ont récemment permis une connaissance beaucoup plus précise du cerveau et des comportements humains, tels que les affects, les désirs ou les rêves, qui relevaient jusqu'alors de la psychanalyse. Cette concurrence indique-t-elle un différend profond ou un malentendu provisoire? Elle déborde en tout cas l'enjeu médical et remet en scène une veille question philosophique qui opposait déjà Spinoza à Descartes, celle des relations entre le corps et l'esprit.

Invités

François Ansermet. professeur de pédopsychiatrie à l'université de Lausanne

Catherine Malabou. maître de conférences à l'université de Paris 10

Vannina Micheli-Rechtman. psychanalyste, chercheuse à l'université de Paris 7

a radio france culture



but what do you think Mis ter Artist?
yer calligraphic elaborating brain
might have some
spirited
ideas
about body
and resurrection b
rains
b
ody
&
soul

T
hink
think
Think ~
what do I think
I ? I dont
I create

inbetweens & bodies of love
traders of work
slowers of time
trinket of lace

loose as patchy body
in Tim Horton's
madder as hatter
clatter
as causeaways
Im excited by time
flying
&
not dying


and

mon cœur mon cœur
c'est une larme
une larme mon coeur
c'était un mœurs

ton cœur est masculine?
mon cœur est un cou er[r?]
my heart is a neck
my heart's neck
en err
in errant
erring
a knight errant
emblem'd

my heart
mon cœur est brise
apprendre pa'r cœur

yer hoping to
pun across
both languages
alors les deux coeurs
ami de mon coeur
monsieur heart's friend
schizo heart's ami


yes yes c'est ca c'est ca





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that's squire simple sonny
its not connected it's a
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