Wednesday, October 24, 2012

"The woods are lovely, dark and deep."

But not extensive. At the end of the easement.

Stopped by Heath's place on the way back from town Sunday to reintroduce myself. Long story short: he's given me full access to his micro forest to cut whatever fuel I need. Which means not only will that get me through till Tom gets his beans out of the east field so I can get to the mother load along his creek line, but there's another neighbor who gives a shit who doesn't need to be the least bit generous and yet is anyway.

Good day.

Friday, October 19, 2012

Friday, October 12, 2012

Thoughts On The Vice Presidential Debate

Something something missed it something.
Former Saved By The Bell cast member Paul Ryan is a skeezy twerp.

Anyways, the Pegassus is real, and the fleet is united. Or are they? And for how long? A squeemish episode referencing gang rape of the enemy, begging the question, I guess humanity is its own worst enemy yet again already, making this the greatest tv show ever. Except for Cheers. And The office.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Dying Daisies And Goldenrod

"One result of throwing away all the maps of human experience and the guides to conduct that a tradition offers, and flying by the seat of your moral or social pants, is that you fly into situations that are absurd or pitiful, depending on how indulgently one looks at them. My own indulgence is wildly variable."
-from last night's episode of Battlestar[^1]

[^1]Just kidding.

([^1]Angle Of Repose, Wallace Stegner)

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Stupid Dumbass Paul Thomas Anderson On Fresh Air

Podcast worthy. Because he seems to say so little while at the same time conveying even less. And vice versa. Which makes the whole ironicality of his art that much more severe considering his movies are so profound.