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2014/12/29

Likeis

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large adjectives that splattered the speech it was going like a tripe spinning 
 around its splintering sides and a blather and a bang bang bang of its what was that? you asked
its warning keeping around the long ascending hen come to me my children round like a  
    flock a geese round her mother of the sunset its kale away lake O my loud ones how you
      feel this drop drop drop  no one holds its like this and the last thing you want to hear is
the overdubbed keening of the cockamamie quail 
     
  talking is one thing as its worked to the punch of the reboot the breath the sentence coming up
from the consciousness deep in the well of the hid stomach's dark lining and over the castle
  light fading over the ridge silhouette clinging to the eyes re-knitting the gold and light  kindling
  up the clearing  and there's the bending branches backwards that dance particular to the view
of its heart scope hope and the blaring river   did no one remind you the yellow flecks favouring
their view and cascading coarse on the tide upping on the beach rock and the way it sounds
as a  bell melancholy but no sadder than  a day of meadow and cloud clear rows and orchards

  on the widening mountain the dustied up roady going over the side and round the bend your
eye can't see past  the raid-on sights and the close pen where the moo bulls pull and mull the pond

or the sunk out land with its bog root oat the what do you call trench rung round the bounded 
  rim she knew the christian name of every person boarding that boat and of the scholarly nights
she was acquainted and knowledgeable as one should be in the face of its cardinal points and rumors
of towns and facts of history tabulating its chronicle as proper to its station in the rising decay
of time's dong dong cock a doddle ding and the downgrading of its outline and she raised it to
the roof risible to the decibel of its larder and the laughter of the love come applauding to greet her

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2014/12/20

Vivaldi Winter

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Winter Concert - Norway Mari Samuelsen - Violin





Trondheimsoloists



---------------------------------------------------------------------- This version of Vivaldi's Winter is the emotional and astonishing thing I have heard, ever? perhaps ever is too big a word but it threw me right around, tears, gnashing of the teeth , swirls, Ups DOwns __ the whole thing indescribable .. it would take me nights to do so and I don't have time right to describe it ... when did I ever have time ? time to write to breath? to love __________________

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2014/12/17

figment of a ,



 as i worse predicted president was worsted wool its increase was
  day to sun summer fool canned by its whipping post the poor
thing was green to her summer leave-taking the rope tense
 with wicked one pushed by its severity contrasting Isabelle's
tenderness of once its thing a ma-bob her breath and surreal
door came before ringlet of hair curled back beneath the brown
   hair glistened its air in  sun dark and day over moor heath peat-bog
 brogue belfry outside of the duck toad working hand and feet
whiter as pale geese it's your knees i am holding it out to your cell(s)
  it was her hips and smile worked first caught your attention
what cloud had come along opening out a direction  lean-to
  mild as weather river taking off each letter curled it  tack
lettering along the ridge or seam as you would call at the kiosk
   at the newspaper collector's home what it would lion? she knew
it never was the si'm /hocking her open mouth a lover's dog

crowded by every sunday messenger she's could it pend?
a question every parliamentary member gulped down  its liege to
legislative power soured no not soured by won by every staging day
passing its minute woman there is a pharmacist whose pen carries this tone



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2014/12/16

'Materiality'

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the materiality  and non materiality of blogs is what I think of/ ponder consider
 am glad of and frustrated about

 without being slight or silly or light in a  way frivolous

it's akin to  the not dissimilar materiality and non materiality of the body

  and the question, or one of the big ones  anyhow, at the heart of human consciousness


is the body's life      ~    and matter ,,  resurrection    it's the question arrayed behind every human fear it's there in  all the poetry, a ll the religions    all philLoCopSophy!

does the body died and when it does rather do we die with it? is the end of our being  physically the end of us ?  do we move into another plane


Another plane   __  the air-plane of consciousness and its green wish



  more soon   from the conscious being on his way out the door the winter night

   fogging in the bringing     

  the ringing

 christmas cards?  toboggan  sleigh bells

  horse  smell pulling the carriage up to st joseph



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   a poem can work anyway
_____________________added up to the totality of its things
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2014/12/15

hour

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  that  link's  become your denote 

  time passes changes the sturdy one
and regains passage with mighty alacrity greed
knocking back a dozen or so

women waitresses gather like 'Canada' geese 
  remembering their preternatural youth and love's loyoalty  through body thick and thin

   fairhead to the visible  its ancient dead
tiring by the invisible dare to metamorphosed  'content ' as the redundant dissonant form of  a sound

 Or say as a body in poor
and the pore you always have with you being to the hole that's wax in the fun that rose
clarion  bell between two knees guarding by the delphic angel fox 

   and the connotation working its flight guess

  this love holding her breast beyond a mouth transcendence my love totalizing all foregone and lame
concluding but not precluding the possible wearing odd socks and bent backs each lover knows this
and you are breath as the wind swept past her blonde leg tawny in the back breaking sun hung by the

lantern which only seals get up to watch as the sun pulling its weight each day undertakes
  there are no accidents  but provincial  debts pay our taxes to the rich

the king and mighty kingdoms of god transcendy our betting day




the often only hour


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  and one dyed her hair red   
   and another 'upgraded it '  blonde as   the sun    is that what we say?
                                    (a lover too hard on herself )
    (the first thinking red dyed hair'd take the 'weight off her feet')  
        rays shining off the iridescent sun

    but hope was material wealth to all three 
               (the one I didn't name)
disciplined like the    biting word 
   transduced by the coming of the   lord



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 I've always felt the call of your love 
   even though the water washed it back
  waves rolling into the tide and
   if that it humbled  the ride then
  I was not afraid to say I love you 


at the birth of water and sound 
 these tracks heard a word flying
  'maybe I'm too healthy' and  me   ' you're too hard
on yourself remember it was a kid that felt
what you did '   and she 'O    ' pause and her beauty felt the way 




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2014/12/12

on the other hand

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On the other hand it's just possible possible likely?  that some of the plays  (Shakeyshakes) were done in 

slow motion? what is speed anyhow? someone once said you could be late by speed? going so fast you miss   miss   miss                         miss                   miss                         miss         

your stop! that's too quick to be on time..... and Imagine the accent incomprehensible high speed or 

over-slow  gibberish. like the old  33 and a half records..... 

      recording reproducing     .... creating making   'in' the new medium which is a place of creatin' 

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2014/12/10

Our Captain Jean Béliveau

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O CAPTAIN!   our Captain! your fearful trip is done

 The ship has weather’d every rack, the prize we sought is won;

   Walt Whitman  (  a  revised for this occasion)

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Jean Béliveau funeral

viahttp://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/jean-b%C3%A9liveau-funeral-how-to-watch-live-on-cbc-1.2865976

2014/12/09

'SPECIAL JEAN BÉLIVEAU EPISODE: Dick Irvin, Ron Reusch and Michael Farber remember Le Gros Bill'

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___________________________________________  BUt you know what I m not special there are
thousand people in our city with stories like that....



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2014/12/05

in a house....


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  growing up in   a house ( rue Anger street  Cote St Paul)  


                  you found a Rabelais and Gargantua  illustrated book in the living room 

                     and the thousand adventures of Sinbad 
                 


     
                  were lying around and the 6 hour fasts 

                     

2014/12/03

re: 'The Accidental Archivist: Criticism on Facebook, and How to Preserve It



 This is fine  (and dandy)  where there is a conversation to 'archive' if archive one  wants to do. but where is there a conversation?    ___



a conversation hardly exists  anywhere   (and certainly in fb there is a flattening out of any such  event .... )/hence 





  would one expect it to be different in a media that billions 'use' daily hourly? billions pressing billions of buttons going like like like like like like like ad infinitum .





however, the work continues| but in my view at least those artists, especially those that speak and write in languages in which they are able to understand one another,  are responsible for the failure of conversation to begin and continue



as one of the responsibilities of the artist is the teaching faculty



 to promote discussion among people, 'the' people 'the' populace...



those who think otherwise are simply promoting silence and the end of discourse









 'The Accidental Archivist: Criticism on Facebook, and How to Preserve It


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my Captain! Adieu Mon capitaine ! Jean Béliveau



.

O CAPTAIN! my Captain! our fearful trip is done

 The ship has weather’d every rack, the prize we sought is won;

   Walt Whitman





Adieu Monsieur Béliveau!

Red Fisher: Jean Béliveau was a special man on and off the ice

 

 

Jean Béliveau est décédé: un pan de mur de l'histoire du Canadien s'écroule 

 

 

Wednesday Habs Links: Remembering the great Jean Béliveau

 

 

 

 



 

2014/12/01

re: .. since

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: .. since 

  Ted   Hughes wrote that in Shakespeare's days the plays were performed at high speed and the language spoken very fast... which explains a  lot   ...
Shakeapearean performances had to be fast ... too much to absorb so the speed got it out there and across and later the printed plays  added 'weight'  as it were to what had been performed  so dangerously....

  dangerous you ask?   well, the theatre back in those days was  a messy place wasn't it? not like the 'centaur' theatre back in Montreal and even the cute little 'fringe'   theatres.... the best theatre is  where you least expect to find it... and  on film..  because at least in film they can control their milieu  in theatre that's not possible ...  live theatre ought to be a place where control is the goal but as  a means to producing a real dirty theatre, a piece of live booty (my bootless cries to heaven..  out out brief candle  ... these our actors as i foretold you .... )  alive   alive on the stage gesticulating and howling   then crying the lowest whisper of perfect intelligent lines intelligence as beauty.....
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 and no one doing good theatre thinks about sW's intentions they're long gone....

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 O sweet Jesus lest I be accused of being a jackass , which would only prove the true hope of any writer to be abused by his fellowship of readers (so called) I have not forgotten the great

Orson Welles film versions of Shakespeare. All of which were notoriously  equal to the task at hand,__
to wit,___ creator to creator.

Unlike certain recently deceased American writers who tried to equal their betters only revealing thereby their inferority and rancour before superior talent. ! what! speaks here a ghost of grandeur and rank? O that ranky panky!



One writer, who was a popular figure of  the so-called beat generation    exemplifies the worst of resentment and hatred for anything that's great and beyond his scope....


We won't name him! lest his soul perish in the flamy letters he left behind!


------------------------ god bless even this hybrid addled writer. a damned race if ever there was one.
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roundelay

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roundelay  Rabelais

                                               
                                                    i  was right       the hidden letter  .


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.. since

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there's prb. been no  version of Shakespeare done in English, with the British language that's equal to  its work since the 19 th. c.


    there might  be on the other hand hundreds of unknown and  exciting  ones done outside of the sphere of the official and schooled interpretations.


  a few years ago  M. told me about a punk version of Macbeth that'd had been done in New York... that sounded amazing.  I think Lady Macbeth had pink punk hair and her  .. more

but the ones produced a t the official level even the so called great film versions esp. those in britian are awful



 Peter Brook is not included here his version of King Lear is astonishing and no less than visionary.



  Carmelo Bene's Italan film versions, at least the ones that I've seen  are beyond anything that Stratford or those type of places can imagine

 
Polanski's Macbeth was good     Akira Kurosawa   ... what I have seen is visionary but I have not seen a complete film....  .. I think the contemporary educated British accent  no matter how hard they try, just kills Shakespeare and makes a  mockery of it..


 so for god's sake read the books for yourself with your voice and in your own accent 

that is it's easy to mock when hearing... I find myself mocking  some of the greatest lines ever if I hear these type of interpretations....

 That horrible long Hamlet with pompous Branag was almost great but he killed the soliloquy with his stupid music.. it ruined the film

   a great artist cannot make mistakes of that sort    I 'd never want to have to go through that again.. I wanted to shout out

and its been a few years and I've still not forgotten how horrible it was : I wante d to shout

Shut the bloody garbage music of  f please .

I learned a lot from watching that film    how music can betray and steal from words... I learned a lot about the underhanded way in which the best music can stab the words it purports to carry forth and assist......

                      I don't blame music! I blame the cretins who try to use it that way.



  And as for Milton, well what can one say about his poetry? in terms of accent and interpretation. its a  pathetic and suspect and dead paltry sad thing

when words that strong are reduced to the 100,000 bad readings of them given everyday.

Better that texts are silent than be heard   that way.


 ___ In sum for this is a quick sum , a quick accounting of JM and WS the two friends who were two sides of the same coin,

Don't ruin them with the English British    __ find your own way of reading and performing them.

  the everyday British are not stupid people they know that Shakespeare and Milton's best left to them and their gifts, their talents and genius and not to that class which keeps down all great talent.
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2014/11/18

Un Américain ( Un Canadien ?) à Paris,

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Avanti !

                       Un Américain à Paris, des Américains dans Avanti ! (3/5)

Avanti ! En route ! Entrez ! Allons-y ! Denisa Kerschova récompense les auditeurs matinaux en leur concoctant deux heures de programmation musicale pour un réveil apaisant et vivifiant ! Cette semaine...


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C. si une




C .


                   Je pense  a toi ce soir.  pourquoi . tu pense a  moi? je ne sais pas. On pense pas pourquoi or pour 'qui' on pense que on pense a  quelqu’un que on a aimez ...     même dans le circonstance étrange   et en dehors les limite défini  par l'ordre des choses.....



  C    Il  y a  des vrais fou dans la monde   mais c'est n'est pas nous ou notre folie était des lignes   qui cherchait des autres lignes  

    des lignes et    très forte, même rare     et  c'est pour que ça avait durer si long   .... des lignes de fuite entres amants si proche que ils on même jamais trouver le nécessite de sa rencontre  .

2014/11/12

.... Sweet ....Rosetta 'caught a comet ...'

Rosetta orbiting Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko and scanning its surface to make scientific measurements. The colours of the beams and their shape on the surface represent two different instruments imaging and analysing the comet.


The Rosetta orbiter has a total of 11 instruments to study the characteristics and environment of the comet. Rosetta is taking images of the comet at a variety of different wavelengths, measuring its gravity, mass, density, internal structure, shape and rotation, and assessing the properties of its gaseous, dust-laden atmosphere, or coma. It is also probing the surrounding plasma environment and analysing how it interacts with the solar wind.

Rosetta also carries a small lander, Philae, which will descend to the surface of the comet and make in situ measurements using its suite of 10 instruments.

The animation is not to scale; the comet is about 4.1 km wide and Rosetta is 32 m across including its solar wings, and it conducts scientific investigations at a range of altitudes. The comet shape is based on a true comet shape model.

2014/11/11

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   Hitchens
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call this the temptation to fascism? a fascist-delire justifying the madness of one empire by invoking the evils of another.....
 




Also Compare Michael Hardt and Negri's work on Jefferson in their book Multitude (2004),


Compare   Patrick Cockburn's 
http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/09/29/the-rise-of-isis-and-the-origins-of-the-new-middl

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------------------------the Left right Right left Monsters--------- the double knot . ... double~bind

____________________________________________________________ Daily Hitler: Camera Comics!------------------------------: Camera Comics #3, published in 1944, featuring a cover showing a female American combat reporter (Linda Lens) walloping a Nazi with a Koda...


from the Chomsky Vids
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            I cry but I can'

buy Your Veteran's Day poppy It don't get me high It can only make me cry It can never grow another Son 

like the one who warmed me my days

After rain amd warmed my breath My life's blood Screamin' empty 

she cries It don't get me high It can only make me cry Your Veteran's Day poppy I cry but I can't I cry but I 


can't I cry but I can't I cry but I can't I cry but I can't


.................. I cry but I can't I cry but I can't I cry but I can't I cry but I can't I cry but I ca.........

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11 November

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  their war(s) ./ your bodies.




                                            grandfather speaking    one day  'war's  a terrible thing terrible'

                                      same grandfather

                                                talking about the good times in London before going to into combat

                    from  19 39    to      44 (Holland Belgium not Fr ance) 
                                                             
                                                                             'War's a  lovely thing  ' it was natural he was talking about the party that went on for him    weird   what about the battle of britain /guss he didnt notice that he was inebriated? ogled? stunned by the empire a  /poor irishman/ off the boat / 1909 to Canada/ UnempLOyed in the Great Depression  __ the weird war was  a  relief?

    i never  got that side out of him    but He hated Hitler  .    as who wouldn't ?


  who wouldnt hate dicators ?
                                       







Stephen Harper left the Beijing APEC (Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation) conference early.



Following the official photo op, Minister Stephen Harper hopped back across the Pacific to Canada for Remembrance Day ceremonies at the Cenotaph (rebranded as the War Memorial)

in Ottawa, and more photo ops.




Dishonouring Remembrance Day: Harper's photo-op hop across the Pacific

  BUsYNess as Usual 
----------------------------------------  Capitalism reuses the dead body of its own sentiment.
   '
After the November 11 ceremony, Harper will turn right around and hop back across the Pacific towards New Zealand for an official visit,

 and then on to Brisbane for the G20 Summit (November 15-16) where he can be part of yet another photo op.'

_______________________________________________________________ the unlikely bond between war and peace


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2014/10/15

2014/10/11

........'prosing.....'

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 go back to this more |||every burrow's  cut slacked 'off' 'of rage  'un' _spent              

               wheel a                                      fog to deliver night


prosing the existential territories your name were sudden lust t 

time you heard |Denise was night quirk,| odd rose,(inside her ass  

especially) stolen champagne glasses, |takes were the narrow bend   
|||r mind, y-our heart |was glued to the forest,  a trenchant 


nowhere was where you| found, that was what you found on the punk ballet 


existential| pretense of your substantial tense smile, and the horse back | rides, and I recall the collected

collected anxieties |of our self, and the non- reading you had done, and meeting | Miss D., was not the

path he chose. Turned the page, nowhere| toe go, he street homeless like a dog. As prosed our verse| in the


                                converse of the perverse  sons of loyal days and tights| and Maria with her stockings

and earring the girl's ass shows |all way  whole of Sodom but before this wisdom  olden bowl as |when 

Miss lake seize the river    not pushed around  any river |            but a champion of god, speaking his name, shouting his hurrah,| not walking away  abscond



    the river was silver a strange bbreast? awakening?

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somewhere in rabelais_ spelllin g mistakes included

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Somewhere in Rabelais, he talks about toilet paper! yes
and I got none, or just a scratch! man what varities
he speaks of. The silk, the hankys, perfumed,
the rag, the smelly merdy sort! the fabric of ass-wipes.
As when an ass is stuck in the toilet bowl!
yer dingle dangle song
yer fingers reach in !
what flushing water, eh daddio?


You cant recall where it is. But shit stinks right. But o sweet shit which reeks of health
and the maladorous belly of love! yes, love's stinky leaves. When I was a kid
(at camp) (but oh fuck you cant write that) we used leaves. I wrote letters on birch bark oak, in red ? strawberry ink was it? Some camping letters... canoes,
Smells desires.
Ragged weeds. Motorcyle hil..
and you doctor  a ton clinique (yr anal anal clinic) (yr anal shitass clinic?) cest quoi le relation entre shit et cafe? hahahah
Le merdeuse qui a des amants dans ses orteilles... what clinic cured the night
heaping sugar on love'
s
sweet cut
what love was not murder
when the sick ones came camping
trooping to my door.
Comic pas trop
As cloud to beat its
winged beast.
A landing strip
to find you.
But cofee! yes my doctor
Love's coffee jai besoin de ca.
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is this poetry? mmm well its the examination of "raw" materials leading to it... and covered in bits of soot , morsel.... yes. One must think of toilet paper

Le papier toilette, sounds better in french?

hmmm
we dont know
on sait
Italian?

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Surely le humble papier toilette est aime par le bon Dieux? hahah
A h Mister Spinoza Dieux des plateaus ... ou le papier toilette dans le immance monde des modes des "underwears" et le gentils peuples de la mode!~
wipe yer ass good!
lest yer thong be gooey!











Papier_toilette

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Dans le monde [modifier]

Dans la Rome antique, une éponge était fréquemment utilisée.
Les premiers papiers toilettes ont été fabriqués en Chine au XIVe siècle.
En 1857, aux États-Unis, Joseph Cayetty est le premier à fabriquer industriellement du papier pour des besoins hygiéniques. Sur tous les papiers qu'il produit, son nom est marqué.


Avant l'invention du papier hygiénique, selon les pays et les coutumes, on utilisait, pour les plus riches, de la laine, de la dentelle, ou du chanvre. Les plus modestes utilisaient leurs mains, se débrouillaient pour déféquer dans des cours d'eau ou utilisaient des végétaux.


L'utilisation d'eau pour se nettoyer est fréquente en Inde du sud et dans tous les pays musulmans, où les gens utilisent leur main gauche pour se nettoyer avec de l'eau et leur main droite pour manger. Dans certaines régions de l'Afrique, c'est l'inverse : une salutation avec la main droite est ainsi considérée comme impolie."


Cite cite! cit y!
toilet toilet!


h ahah flush yer caca cacacacaet ton peepee ton pee talisms!


     what! o my lord what swirling mess of cities and shit!
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                                        soft thin absorbent paper for use in toilets [syn: toilet tissue]

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--toilet-paper noun

                                                                      paper for use in a toilet
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Arabic: وَرَق تواليت، وَرَق مِرْحاض
Chinese (Simplified): 手纸--卫生纸
Chinese (Traditional): 手紙--衛生紙
Czech: toaletní papír
Danish: toiletpapir
Dutch: toiletpapier
Estonian: tualettpaber
Finnish: WC-paperi
French: papier hygiénique
                                                                                               German: das Toilettenpapier
Greek: χ--ρ--ί υ----ί--ς
              Hungarian: vécépapír
                                               Icelandic: klósett-, *salernispappír                                                                         
Indonesian: kertas toilet
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Italian: carta

igienica*
Japanese: トイレットペーパー
Latvian: tualetes pap--rs
                                                                          Lithuanian: tualetinis popierius
Norwegian: toalettpapir
Polish: papier toaletowy
Portuguese (Brazil): papel higiênico
Portuguese (Portugal): papel higiénico
Russian: туалетная бумага
Slovak: toaletný papier
Slovenian: toaletni papir
Spanish: papel higiénico
Swedish: toalettpapper
Turkish: tuvalet kâg--d--

                                                                                         See also: toilet-roll, toilet-water, toilet

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hahah

Oh Monsieur PhiloSophe ou sonts les merdres de hiers???

somewhere in rabelais_ spelllin g mistakes included

                                        Somewhere in Rabelais, he talks about toilet paper! yes
                                   and I got none, or just a scratch! man what varities
                                                    he speaks of. The silk, the hankys, perfumed,
the rag, the smelly merdy sort! the fabric of ass-wipes.
                                                                                                                       As when an ass is stuck in the toilet bowl!
yer dingle dangle song
yer fingers reach in !
what flushing water, eh daddio?I cant recall where it is. But shit stinks right. But o sweet shit which reeks of health
and the maladorous belly of love! yes, love's stinky leaves. When I was a kid
at camp we used leaves. I wrote letters on birch bark oak, in red ? strawberry ink was it? Some camping letters... canoes,

Smells desires.


Ragged weeds. Motorcyle hil..


O      Angel doctor at yr  clinique cest quoi le relation entre shit et cafe? hahahah
Le merdeuse qui a des amants dans ses orteilles... what clinic cured the night
heaping sugar on love'
s
sweet cut


what love was not murder
                                                                                                                          the sick ones came camping
                                                              trooping to my door.
                                         Comic pas trop
As cloud to beat its
                                winged beast.
A landing strip
to find you.

But cofee! yes my doctor
Love's coffee jai besoin de ca.

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is this poetry? mmm well its the examination of "raw" materials leading to it... and covered in bits of soot , morsel.... yes. One must think of toilet paper
Le papier toilette, sounds better in french?

hmmm
we dont know
on sait
Italian?

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Surely le humble papier toilette est aime par le bon Dieux? hahah
A h Mister Spinoza Dieux des plateaus ... ou le papier toilette dans le immance monde des modes des "underwears" et le gentils peuples de la mode!~
wipe yer ass good!
lest yer thong be gooey!

Papier_toilette

"

                                                          Dans le monde [modifier]

Dans la Rome antique, une éponge était fréquemment utilisée.
                                     Les premiers papiers toilettes ont été fabriqués en Chine au XIVe siècle.
En 1                                                                                      857, aux États-Unis, Joseph Cayetty est le premier à fabriquer industriellement du papier pour des besoins hygiéniques. Sur tous les papiers qu'il produit, son nom est marqué.
Avant l'invention du papier hygiénique, selon les pays et les coutumes, on utilisait, pour les plus riches, de la laine, de la dentelle, ou du chanvre. Les plus modestes utilisaient leurs mains, se débrouillaient pour déféquer dans des cours d'eau ou utilisaient des végétaux.



L'utilisation d'eau pour se nettoyer est fréquente en Inde du sud et dans tous les pays musulmans, où les gens utilisent leur main gauche pour se nettoyer avec de l'eau et leur main droite pour manger. Dans certaines régions de l'Afrique, c'est l'inverse : une salutation avec la main droite est ainsi considérée comme impolie."


Cite cite! cit y!
toilet toilet!


hahah flush yer caca cacacacaet ton peepee ton pee talisms!
what! o my lord what swirling mess of cities and shit!








toiled
toiler
                                 toiles de Jouy
toilet
                          toilet bag
                                                                  BroWse my Toi Let Remember Josh writing along these lines but havent seen nor heard from him in a decade what became of Him? was ? bowl

toilet facility







toilet kit





toilet paper
toilet powder
toilet roll
toilet seat


toilet set
toilet soap
toilet table




toilet tissue
toilet train
toilet training
toilet water
toilet-train

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toilet paper
–noun ..>..>
                                 a soft, lightweight, sanitized paper used in bathrooms for personal cleanliness.
Also called toilet tissue, bathroom tissue.





                              [Origin: 1880–85]
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toilet paper
                      ..BOF_HEAD--> n. ..EOF_HEAD--> ..BOF_DEF--> Thin, absorbent paper,

usually in rolls, used to clean oneself after defecation or urination. Also called toilet tissue.


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toilet paper

noun




             soft thin absorbent paper for use in toilets [syn: toilet tissue]

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--toilet-paper noun

paper for use in a toilet..>..>

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Arabic: وَرَق تواليت، وَرَق مِرْحاض
Chinese (Simplified): 手纸--卫生纸
Chinese (Traditional): 手紙--衛生紙
Czech: toaletní papír
Danish: toiletpapir
Dutch: toiletpapier


Estonian:
tualettpaber
Finnish: WC-paperi

French: papier hygiénique
                                          German: das Toilettenpapier
Greek: χ--ρ--ί υ----ί--ς
Hungarian: vécépapír
Icelandic: klósett-, *salernispappír
Indonesian: kertas toilet
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Italian: carta

igienica*
                                                 Japanese: トイレットペーパー
Latvian: tualetes pap--rs
Lithuanian: tualetinis popierius
Norwegian: toalettpapir
Polish: papier toaletowy
Portuguese (Brazil): papel higiênico
Portuguese (Portugal): papel higiénico
Russian: туалетная бумага
Slovak: toaletný papier
Slovenian: toaletni papir
Spanish: papel higiénico
Swedish: toalettpapper
Turkish: tuvalet kâg--d--

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      So much shit and so many underwears! et tants de langues!

hahah

Oh Monsieur PhiloSophe ou sonts les merdres de hiers???


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