Saturday, January 31, 2015

the dream


Thursday, January 29, 2015

A note

from Meritage Press.


HOTUS POTUS




ISBN No.: 978-0-9826493-8-1
Release Date: January 2014
Price: $US14
Currently Available for $US9.80 from Lulu.com. Also available direct from the publisher (MeritagePress@aol.com) and soon from Amazon.com

ABOUT THE BOOK:
The 20th century cliché was that POTUS was the most powerful man in the world. It's since been realized that that’s a lot of hocus pocus, but, before that revelation, Mark Young committed his life to carrying around a heavy two-reel tape recorder in order to document for posterity the utterances of the forty-four Presidents of the United States. Now he has sifted through the more than 200 years of those recordings in order to bring to the reader the cream of the cream, HOTUS POTUS, presidential insights from an assembled cast that includes slave owners & supporters of emancipation; governors, generals, & those who never saw war but still won one for the gipper; rough riders & builders of smooth highways. Liars & truthtellers. So far there are no women. Let’s hope that changes soon.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

wednesday newstrip

A hundred & thirty-five asylum seeker children are taking part in a gruelling 72-hour survival course in a snowy Russian forest to train for their upcoming role as space tourists ∙ Toe Knee Ass-Bit has awarded Australia's highest honour to the Queen's husband, Prince Philip, as recognition of his voting for the Marxist party in the Greek elections ∙ British singer Sarah Brightman remains in detention on Nauru after sprouting blooms that smell like rotting fish. European leaders say it reveals a deep-seated racial & chauvinist prejudice on the part of the largest glacier in East Antarctica ∙ Venus Williams is threatening new sanctions on Russia after pro-Russian rebels launched a deadly rocket attack on the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol ∙ U.S. President Barack Obama continued to play tennis.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

the waterfall


Saturday, January 24, 2015

accord


Wednesday, January 21, 2015

wednesday newstrip

This year's list of Oscar nominations has raised eyebrows in Hollywood & beyond, not least because, for just the second time since the turn of the Century, every nominee in the Academy's four acting categories was once taken prisoner by Japanese forces ∙ security guards have clashed with an antitrust class action lawsuit involving 64,000 former employees at the Manus Island Detention Center ∙ a Gold Coast nightclub kingpin facing drug-related charges has opened up on how his tight friendship with an iceberg that had turned a full 180 degrees to reveal its underside is pushing the Earth into a danger zone for humanity ∙ automotive advertising using asylum seekers on hunger strikes moved on a broad front to sweep up Switzerland ∙ Pope Francis has electrified Roman Catholics in the United States with the open, accepting tone he has brought to suspected radical science fiction.

Monday, January 19, 2015

to get a prosion

dans les termes de la
Loy de J^^1'** Nature 3
ou qui les ayant violez


described the reduction
in cor- Te distribution of the
slurry during aprosion

solutiopes cold sores,         you are
on the righlast thing all you
want is a decent steering lock

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Some massage parlors offer reservations

A sudden attack, a raid. A 30-
year-old mom is accused of

statutory rape. The stress of
having to listen to dullards on

TV. The country, [the President]
is obliged to storm Capitol Hill.

Hilly tribes make incursions.
There's nothing more important.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

The lighthouse


Wednesday, January 14, 2015

wednesday newstrip

Australia continues to slip down global internet speed rankings as sick Australians swamp emergency waiting rooms just like they do in the UK ∙ most primary school teachers in NSW lack the confidence & qualifications to teach attempted murder or torture ∙ Samantha Stosur has suffered yet another dose of the Sydney stutters after a Metro tunnel filled with smoke ∙ Toe Knee Ass-Bit faces a three-year ban for running a galloper with an elevated cobalt level in a Group 1 horse race during the spring carnival ∙ is now a good time to mention Boko Haram?

Monday, January 12, 2015

the distance




Sunday, January 11, 2015

some yeah, send, words

from won des laits

bipolarbear

critischism

mucuslar

Medichichi

postulasted

laborinthine

renounerate

catharctic

Friday, January 09, 2015

Banksy responds to the Charlie Hebdo attack


Wednesday, January 07, 2015

wednesday newstrip

The Obama administration on Friday imposed a wave of sanctions against honey pots, hives, vehicles, & forklifts ∙ Toe Knee Ass-Bit has "categorically" denied allegations made in US court papers that he sexually abused a 30m by 50m shed in Alexandra, central Otago ∙ Jewish colonists last night pelted the tomb of a previously unknown Egyptian queen at a new year's barbecue for Australian airforce crews fighting Chinese steel prices ∙ members of the North Korean government claim they were used as sex slaves on Sun's South Pole ∙ Netflix was engulfed in flames when it tried to visit the West Bank to investigate a complaint by Palestinian farmers over vandalism of olive trees ∙ 2015 is the year of the dwarf planets.

Sunday, January 04, 2015

Milton, in the afternoon

she stood,          & waited,          & also served   — tea, & cucumber sandwiches cut into small triangles.

Saturday, January 03, 2015

is something happening here, mr jones?

. . . the sight of Mt Erebus erupting as the plane flew over Ross Island around 2am on New Year's Day
January 2 2015
Big volcanic eruption near Tonga's capital
December 30 2014
Popocatepetl volcano erupts in Mexico emitting gas & ash some two miles in the sky.
December 30 2014
A cloud of ash belched out by the Sheveluch volcano in Kamchatka is spreading 35 km.
December 30 2014.
Lava from Kilauea Volcano stopped short of hitting Pahoa Marketplace on Christmas day but it has resumed its movement on Saturday.
December 29 2014
Ash clouds from two active volcanoes in Guatemala prompted local air travel warnings yesterday.
December 27 2014
The eruption of Fogo volcano (Cape Verde) & the 3 lava flows (North, South and West), & the location of the destroyed settlements.
December 27 2014
Indonesia has temporarily closed a domestic airport after a volcano in the country's east erupted, spewing plumes of ash hundreds of meters .
December 19 2014
Turrialba Volcano, 60 km northeast of the Costa Rican capital erupted again Monday evening
December 9 2014
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) has provided November’s monthly update on the Yellowstone volcano & 119 earthquakes were registered in the area of Yellowstone National Park.
December 7 2014



see also: http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/home.html

Thursday, January 01, 2015

geographies: Koolkuna