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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