I Like What The Hell Is Going On Around Here
Ryan Ormonde (zillakiller) writes a blog called Text Messengers that I found randomly. He has discussed, in a heavily stylized form, the work of Leslie Scalapino, Ulises Carrión, Juliana Spahr, Craig Dworkin, Danielle Collobert, Jackson Mac Low, Rosmarie Waldrop, Stéphane Mallarmé, Gertrude Stein, and Samuel Beckett.
I like Crispin Best’s week of NOÖ.
I like tabs a lot a lot.
I like the idea that I am floating on a bunch of other people’s ideas and the idea that I am one of them. I like the idea that we pass these things from one to another like money from a country that doesn’t exist and has no name, or like gigantic translucent rings that arch into the sky. I like thinking that people care about other people, that’s cute. It’s cute to care and caring is sharing ideas.
A recent recipe I read:
Won Ton Soup
Need: 2 bags of rice
3 bags of won Ton’s
2 drops of Soy Sauce
1 can of corn
1/2 of a turkey
1/2 of a cow
You put water in the pot and wait for three hours for the water to get warm. You put all the above ingredients in the pot. Cook. Wait until the next day and then it is ready to eat.
You could have bread and butter with it.