Friday, September 30, 2005

Depth Projection

Plastic luminations in the anatomically correct night quadrant. Unplanned and unforeseen dilations of flesh and space-time. Milky blue distances traversed in liminal travel pods, journeys completed and aborted in quick alternation. Here it is, the sought after multi-cleft terrain, complete with folds and raised areas, a landscape of little ass after little ass. Enchanted profusions of marks, shapes and lines, cohering into atmosphere. A minimalist expanse inflected with fairy tales.

I am trying to discuss my shack habits, my shed habits. The ether has become white with static, I am wanting to start over as it is little to make sense to me. Please unshackle me from the realm of this-follows-that for good. Three steps further into the bog of prehension, with the assistance of pulleys and gears.

Insomnia is the haze of tomorrow.

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postmoderndebunker said...

Oh MM...you must sleep. I am worried about your turning and tossing ways.

Mountain Man said...

Hi PD. I know I know it's so silly to not sleep. But the wakey thoughts come and what-not and shit and crap and that's how it becomes for me and my budding beard.

postmoderndebunker said...

Sprouting a beard can cause such uncertainty--I know.
I know it is hard to control. Sometimes I just take large doses of Cal/Mag gravt pills when the Oxy doesn't knock me out.

postmoderndebunker said...

oops--GRAVY pills.

I was tossing and turning last night. Brad Pitt was in my dream. He was playing an old XTC song on his laptop for me. Scary!

Mountain Man said...

which song? maybe we can decode your dream. or debunk it in your case?

sloth said...

PD, would it be possible to obtain some of these gravity pills that you have? To counteract the tendency to drift.

fairy butler said...

gah. today. no. must see wizard and drive to see parents. YUCK YUCK YUCK to today. i am stalling. no shack time. badness. help.

fairy butler said...

i need to get drunk on some gravy pd. sprinkled with the oxy dust.

postmoderndebunker said...

I got a gravy boat the size of a SUV. You are all welcome to it.

Sorry about your day FB. I hope you get through it.

postmoderndebunker said...

Sloth...I need to get gravity pills too. But it's gravy for now.

fairy butler said...

pd, can we all take a gravy bath together later?

Mountain Man said...

I would like to get into this gravy boat and feel myself up with gravy hands. That is just how I feel and I am sorry if it is offensive to anyone.

postmoderndebunker said...

I can't remember the song. I remember thinking: "You listen to this stuff Brad??"

Mountain Man said...

FB I see we are on the same f-ed up page.

postmoderndebunker said...

It would be funny if it was "No Thugs in Our House"

Mountain Man said...

PD, did it make you

a. like him more or
b. like him less

postmoderndebunker said...

Well, then it will be like an episode of GRAVY BOAT SVU

fairy butler said...

bathing in gravy plus dipping strands turkey and mashed potato balls for eating. yes mm. you are welcome to feel yourself up with a lather of gravy. i will be swimming/drinking in my corner.

postmoderndebunker said...

Like him more...of course. I mean, XTC instead of something like Sheryl Crowe....

Hunch said...

I am all bunched and hunched today. It is the day of the terminus, the culmination. (Actually it is not, but I am sure that day is coming).

postmoderndebunker said...

I can fill up a Hummer with gravy too, if we need more space.

Mountain Man said...

oh my goodness, am i in the mood for mashed potatoes and turkey now. YUM.

Preston said...

I'd like a hummer with gravy please.

postmoderndebunker said...

I'd like some roast beef and smashed potatoes...with a pumpkin pie chaser.

fairy butler said...

i am wanting sweet potatoes with lots of butter now. or squash. tubers.

Mountain Man said...

I would like a fly chaser. I am into eating insects.

Drndl said...

Spicy tubers. Hot hot gravy. Smooth liquid gravy.

Sexual Plumber said...

If I make it into the bath, believe that plumbing will happen under the brown fatty surface.

fairy butler said...

popcorn crickets. inchworm baklava.

Mountain Man said...

I am into wrenches on bone. Pain is for the willing.

Mountain Man said...

FB Baklava with inchworm puree sounds really spicy on the tongue. I am aghast with hunger.

mutant ass said...

i am ready to deliver your hot and smooth liquid tubers. shall i ready the bath?

fairy butler said...

will someone please come and break my legs? then i will not have to venture forth into the badness awaiting. smash the tibia with a wrench. crank it.

Mountain Man said...

Oh FB. I understand the pain of the wizard. But you are girded with strength. Just walking into the space with him - you are in control, not him. Remember.

Luigi DiGiorno said...

I'll be righta there.

Luigi DiGiorno said...

I think Luigi will break more than your legs FB--watch it.

fairy butler said...

it's always a million times easier than i think. gah. another artist just emailed me this morning asking what i thought of the wizard, etc. funny timing. i tried to be reasonable in my reply. ?

postmoderndebunker said...

FB, you are the one with the goods. The wizard must obey you.

postmoderndebunker said...

If the wizard gives you a raw deal...just send him back down the yellow-brick road.

fairy butler said...

i have to go and get my promised coins. plus i may have to ask something like - "do you think you can sell any more relics?" "is our combo going to work out?" scary!

postmoderndebunker said...

Oh, grab the coins. I would wait to ask such questions--if he brings it up. You may find you aren't into the combo.

Boil in Bag said...

The combo sounds like a no-no to me. But but but who knows. I am boiling myself in the bag I came in. I am hoping to change texture somewhat, become softer.

Paul said...

I agree with boil in bag.

krixfort said...

I am boiled in a bag.

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