Posts Tagged ‘buckminster fuller’

Towlie, Towle & Bean Spasms

Friday, February 11th, 2011

It often happens that I return to the same books I want that are like really expensive. Like the Notebooks of Paul ValĂ©ry. Anyway I want a copy of this slick little book so bad it makes me think it a stupid thing to want a book so bad, like I should be wanting things like sex drugs and money so bad, but I just want this little book so bad, with a nice simple cover by Joe Brainard. The cheapest I have seen so far is $300. It is collected in Ted Berrigan’s Collected Poems.

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Libraries are churches, style is content, ideas are around.

Friday, November 5th, 2010

People say mathematicians have wild dreams.
What I want to know is do they have better sex.

Einstein on the beach. With a lady.

Buckminster Fuller pointed at this idea:
We might be beamed ideas from outer space.

And that this is where we get what we call intuition.

The other day I saw a high speed chase, in progress
loudly near a lauded liberal arts college, for women.

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