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This human is becoming rapidly out of condition, to find that he is having to write the articles for journalists. It used to be that we would just talk for two hours and then they would claim they'd interviewed us, but now they send a fax saying; Could we have 1, words on the future, Brian?
Is this a step forward? This gives me an idea, IRA old bean. How about arbitrarily selecting 1, words and submitting them on a typewritten sheet? Words like soul, tribalisation, disfranchised, reinforcing etc. And they may string them together in any order they wish.
They didn't say which words. In fact, we could use your lyric writing program combined with my patent lyric-extender to make wonderfully meaningful webs of exotic and futuristic terms, which would then qualify us for a jointly held seat I always like a seat to be jointly held at the Sorbonne, where we could hang out with Derrida and other people I can't pronounce, let alone understand.
Oh hallowed exotic synchronicity! Andy and I are feeding your questions and my answers, in part anyway, into the Verbasiser.
Within an hour after this session I will be sending you the fragmented version of our interview. Please extend any viable parts you so wish. This exercise may well be illustrative of much of that which you have been gabbing on about in your year-end future round-up.
This is a very promising direction, and much better than answering questions such as, What are your thoughts on Q magazine? Meanwhile, there is one question which this man asketh which may be worth answering.
Which is the least useful thing in you studio? I find that hard to understand, since this is a well known classic of modern musical thought, ranked alongside such worthy epistles as Derrida's Writing And Difference.
I had to mention that so that we got the word 'difference' into the sausage-making machine. This reminds me of a conversation I had with Keith Richards at the Weedon convention.
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Keith said to me, "What's the difference between a Lonnie Donegan B-side and a Derrida deconstruction? Lengthy pause for thought. There must be a great punch-line to this question. Perhaps this is what the journalist could supply.
The first joke linking skiffle and post-structuralist philosophy. I would like to mention that Ron Athey the performance artist will commit an act of scarification on a friend and fellow artist in public on Thursday night here in NYC. What are we to make of this current move towards ritualisation?
It resembles in some aspects the body part art of the late 60's and early 70's. Could this be God-pleasing in some way to appease and to ask for corrective measures to be applied to our fast fragmenting society? I wonder if they use anaesthetics, or is the pain a big part of it?
If it is, why is it? This is not dissimilar from the now well entrenched popular movement towards tattooing and body art in general but I have a queer feeling about it.
I think part of its message is, "Look - Art in general is that it doesn't - that it's a place where you can do things without life-threatening consequences" - a simulator if you like.
Tell that to Chris Burdon. Burdon and others like him are definitely interesting artists, but as anecdotes or almost popular urban myths. I wonder if you actually have to do it?
Why not just say that you did it? Wouldn't it have the same effect on the rest of the world? If this isn't satisfactory, then it must be because the effect you wanted is the effect on yourself, not on the world at large. I favour the clever con artist who remains intact to the committed Fine Artist who ends up with his arms shot off or even worse in the case of that Austrian blockhead - he would be Austrian, wouldn't he?
I mean this is so romantic, it's ridiculous I suppose that would have been Hermann Nitsch or Rudolf Schwarzkogler or one of those guys.Write a letter to the editor describing a favourite place you know and explaining why others would like it.
Mr Editor, Thunderous, over . 16th April - The Manchester Evening News. HOW BOWIE AND I HAD A SINGALONG. By Vinny Davies. AFTER filming scenes for a movie with pop icon David Bowie in the Isle Of Man, actor Vinny Davies tells me this picture with his superstar pal is just one .
We’ll take a look at editing out some obvious duplicates. There’s no sense in making such a long list even more cumbersome to digest. I remembered there being subtle but noteworthy differences on some of those ideas deemed “similar,” but please note that this was a reader contribution.
As I look at the plants, they tell me that there is a place for everthing. For some are destined to grow on the woodland floor, while others reach loftier places. But they all have their place. We should learn contentment where we are, while at the same time seeking to be the best that we might be.
A letter to the editor is all about sending a huge number and variety of responses either to any particular article or to any particular or any generalized event or something like that. The former option is a better one to come in the view of the editor. For the letter one, the place where it would be perfect is the newspaper of the daily times which is basically .
Microsoft Word is a tyrant of the imagination, a petty, unimaginative, inconsistent dictator that is ill-suited to any creative writer's use.
Worse: it is a near-monopolist, dominating the word processing field.