Sunday, October 14, 2007

Fragment from the dark wood

A small fragment of what Christopher Locke pinpoints as the precise source of what he calls his madness:


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess the ultimate shame would be to have tried so hard and still not have been crazy enough, amassing a collage of quality paperback covers you purchased full price at Borders when a single battered mass market of Herzog or something like that purchased in a church or library basement for a dime would have sufficed. But the license to capitalize on the production of a public madness has its own price, just like a private archive, probably.

10/14/2007 11:23 PM  
Blogger Brian Hayes said...

If fingers are important to counting, Locke uses his feet. You can't do that. I can't do that. There is just one Christopher. A 1000 comments later, there is just one Christopher. Locke that up.

Time is fast enough these days that we do not ignore our future nor should we avoid where we've been.

Our bourgeois own property we pay for when merely paying banks is more than we can afford. Vault that.

It's important to be brave enough to be provoked. Everything else is illegal. Free that.

I celebrate uncovering fraud. Book that.

10/17/2007 10:13 PM  

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