Monthly Archives: September 2012

Independence Day

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: & / Personal / Chat / Favorites / Pans / @ K. 2004 05 25 Independence Day made a pile of money. I saw it in the multiplex, liked several things about … Continue reading

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Kurlansky, Food

Reading Notes / Mark Kurlansky’s Salt is a wonderful book. If I reread it I’ll quote some. Just dipping into his The Food of a Younger Land: A Portrait of American Food : Before the National Highway System, Before Chain … Continue reading

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A Real Napoleon in Gabriel’s Imaginary Garden

I’m in the middle of so many things, still, I lay out the core materials, put them up, you can see what’s coming, vibrating the rails from the distance. Yesterday I read the Straight Dope dissing the sanity of shrinkdom, … Continue reading

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Heads, Tails

One of the pleasures of being a heterosexual human male is appreciating how many very different angles it’s nice to approach a female from. Nature differentiates both men and women as individuals, but differently. Bogart’s face suggests the bumps he … Continue reading

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Government, Not State

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: & / Teaching / Society / Social Order / Civilization (NoHier) / Politics / @ K. by 2012 09 29 These words are so polluted it’s near impossible to use them at … Continue reading

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King Synopsis

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: & / Personal / Writing / Fiction / About pk’s King, 1990 A man is fleeing through a primeval forest. It’s a mistake. He’s not the one they want. His brother is … Continue reading

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Army on the March

Patriotic Rituals: pk’s hypocrisy for the sake of a little socializing Yesterday with great excitement, reading Albert Jay Nock, Our Enemy, The State, I heard for the first time of Michel Chevalier, as Nock quoted him: The American people have … Continue reading

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Replacement Refs

Football refs were on strike, got locked out, league set up scabs, then there was a todoo over whether Green Bay or Seattle won or lost: was it a touchdown or an interception? One ref signalled touchdown, another ref signaled … Continue reading

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Universal Ignorance

Knowledge is local, ignorance is universal “universal” image thanx ytimg (I’ve written that several times here and there.) But: it doesn’t matter! Because the universe does not depend on our unerstanding in order to function. c is c, gravity gravity, … Continue reading

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Grimm Diction

I’ve known Grimm’s Fairy Tales all my life, so have you. So have people who’ve never read, never heard of the Grimm brothers (but is there anybody who doesn’t know what a fairy tale is?) thanx lifesablog bk gave me … Continue reading

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