Sunday, September 21, 2014

geographies: Trairão

Many Amazonians
would otherwise be
diagnosed with Stage 2
hypertension if they
did not shop outside
the big box or stopped
soaking their teeth
overnight in a saucer.

Saturday, September 20, 2014

geographies: Prudhoe Island


Friday, September 19, 2014

A line from Bill Clinton

Persons who use balloons,
biotechnology, or sticky
tape are unlikely to
become refugees. That

slideshow is a meditation
on face-painting & music.
Plans to win every single
prize in Ellen's twelve day

flurry of giveaways are
useless until we understand
why we learn to love one
animal, yet eat another.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

geographies: Ban Ban Springs


Wednesday, September 17, 2014

wednesday newstrip

In a sure sign that summer is inching closer, new research claims the tobacco industry is taking advantage of young adults' inability to make informed decisions ∙ Kim Kardashian & Kanye West took their one-year-old daughter to a hip-hop performance in a Victorian town on Saturday prompting rapper Toe Knee Ass-Bit to spit his dummy because of the competition & end the show ∙ a major undersea telecommunications cable that connects Australia & New Zealand to North America will likely join Iraqi troops out on the battlefield to direct air strikes & provide close mentoring on combat operations ∙ the chief executive of South Africa's Olympic committee says the United States National Security Agency has developed an artificial "biospleen" to filter hundreds of mushroom pickers in return for unusual payments to special forces soldiers ∙ Pizza Hut Australia has been forced to apologize for offering a "free small animal" to customers who purchased 10 large pizzas following a mass social media backlash.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

geographies: Otjiwarongo

                       The religious revolution that 
                took place in the meat &
                                 poultry industries has expanded
                   its low-cost housing project to
                       include single men seeking either
            to take up arms or become sacred
                                    dancers in the Voodoo tradition.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Cu


Sunday, September 14, 2014

A line from George H W Bush

Opening a card shop was
once all in the pajamas, like
a good tennis player, a mix of
inhalants & hallucinogens.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

geographies: Coburg


Friday, September 12, 2014

planet-forming discs

Candi is a-
ligned with the
controversial pop
queen, an American
Socrates whose internal
accommodations combine
all the luxuries of a well-pro-
portioned dining-room with violent
video games which increase aggressive
behavior in contaminated children & young
adults.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

A line from Jimmy Carter

Contemporary Manhattan is a
beautiful mosaic. But overlay
a database of all ground-
mounted solar projects upon it

& detailed schemata of the re-
mains of exotic animals & the
water systems entombed beneath
emerge. The body begins to use

its stored sugar & any scaffold
that is not standard. There are
arcane rules revived, which is how
they took our planet from us. Now

Karl Marx traces the historical pro-
cesses of modern expropriation in
a new series that is due to premiere
on HBO. I need to call Mother.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

wednesday newstrip

NATO is set to reinvent itself for the 21st century, making the military alliance more prepared to respond quickly to any leaking of massive caches of sexually explicit celebrity nude photos ∙ the Australia stock market is lower after eating bananas or dried apricots ∙ footage of Islamic State beheadings which are rich in potassium can cut the risk of strokes & even death dramatically, according to UK reports ∙ the asylum seeker detention center on Manus Island is among the largest dinosaurs that ever lived ∙ a classic Hollywood whodunit has refuted analyst claims that it has taken its foot off the promotional pedal to boost profits ∙ detectives are investigating whether Russia is being 'wound down' ∙ the world is a step closer to a low-emission sheep.

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

geographies: Banister Bog


Sunday, September 07, 2014

Today the
postman brought
me the end
of the world. It
whimpered at
me. Goddamned
Preacher. Spoiled
things for every
pyrotechnician.

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

wednesday newstrip

Emmy nominee Benjamin Netanyahu came away empty-handed this year despite his new long dark hair extensions ∙ the mysterious hacking collective known as "Lizard Squad" has taken responsibility for starting a chainsaw during a heated argument at a service station ∙ hundreds of motorists are falsely registering their cars as ambulances, avoiding paying more than $200 in fees ∙ Kylie Jenner is looking a lot more like her big sisters Kendall & Kim now that she's sporting a nail polish that can detect so-called date rape drugs in drinks simply by dipping a finger into the drink & stirring it ∙ Prom Minister Toe Knee Ass-Bit tells MPs he had to visit a cancer center so he could bill taxpayers for a trip to Melbourne ∙ girl, 9, kills instructor with Uzi. "An unfortunate industrial accident." That's how the operator of an Arizona shooting range describes the death.

Tuesday, September 02, 2014

fortuitously


Sunday, August 31, 2014

Today the
postman brought
me a cast iron
alibi. I’d wanted
one in burnished
bronze, but this
was all I could get
at short notice.

Saturday, August 30, 2014

geographies: Cooktown


Thursday, August 28, 2014

geographies: Mortlake



Wednesday, August 27, 2014

wednesday newstrip

The Australian arm of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation fired tear gas to disperse the Ebola virus & continuing losses at its flagship publication ∙ Nicki Minaj released the music video for Anaconda via her Twitter account at the stroke of midnight Wednesday but not before thousands of protesters grew increasingly desperate & set up camp in front of the Liberian Catholic Church ∙ the letters & numbers you entered did not match the image of serial paedophile priest Kevin O'Donnell ∙ the state's controversial network of heavily fortified marine parks & reserves is inadvertently threatening the raunchy antics of the Australian Taxation Office ∙ Kim Kardashian was quarantined last night in an effort to slow the spread of the star's anti-government seahorse populations ∙ more than half of 18-year-olds surveyed said it would be easier growing up if pornography was less easy to access for young people ∙ White House confirms James Foley video is authentic.