Saturday, February 20, 2010

"Pride and Prejudice and the Economic Downturn"

derf fackeltanz
renao hoosgow

paladin chull
mind over bone

whatever whets
a wooden book

nightmarish blame
avoidy foin

the Hittite gift
pinball allots

and looth garou
in lethal teen

ally of wine
the last rainman

"The burning of expensive, rare incense woods on special occasions increased their value, and made them a 'once in a lifetime' experience."

"The future of music no longer lies in the breaking of rules or the perpetual veneration of a creative condition without rules...but in the localised invention of new and detailed rules for the playing of new games." (via splinteringboneashes)

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