strip nude for your killer: Inside (À l’intérieur)

24 08 2008

Zack Mosley writes one of the funniest, most imaginative (and accurate) pieces of film criticism I’ve had the pleasure of stumbling upon.

There is one character who defies logic with such panache that the only way to do the absurdity justice is to describe his entire role in the film ….

Strip Nude For Your Killer!: Inside (À l’intérieur)





vern’s links

24 08 2008

Pulp Fiction This is the best sight I have found for one of Bruce Willis’s best pictures. Assloads of information about the picture, including the chronology of the story, the full credits, list of awards, lyrics to the songs, plus MP3 files of songs and dialogue, large graphics of various posters and stills etc. It has some pretty nice design as well I think Walter Leno could learn from it. Only problem I had with this one is it is all in German so I don’t know what the fuck they’re talking about but I imagine if I was a german I would be into this sight [sic], I guess.

Vern’s Links





charlene choi in diary

18 08 2008

beauty with fangs





cowboy caleb • this cannot be explained

17 08 2008

Cowboy Caleb – the liberal arts, grown-up stuff & random mischief





japanese schoolgirls love using ky

5 08 2008

Japanese teenage girls are now using the letters “KY” in conversation to replace the phrase “Kuuki yomenai” or “can’t read the air.” It is used when someone is lagging behind the group and can’t seem to grasp what is going on or goes against the general atomsphere/mood of the group.

Japanese Schoolgirls Love Using KY | Japan Probe





jean-paul sartré for dodge dartré

1 08 2008

“In my journey to the end of night, I must rely not only on dialectical paths of reason. I must have a good solid automobile, one that eschews the futile trappings of worldly ennui and asks only for basic maintenance. My Dodge Dart offers me this elemental solace, and as interior parts fall off I am struck by the realization of their pointlessness. I might not know if the window is up or down. It is of no consequence.”





writt enf orm

1 08 2008

gra
phein
/ rhy
me / wr
ite /
careless in our trans
lation, we call it write
they meant
much more:
carving, draw
ing, painting
(but always clear)
fitting form on
meaning / but
meaning differs
as we write; while writing preservers
it also reserves / that which we
write is cooled from the moment’s
passion which engenders speech / it betrays
it is ever
judicious / punctuation replacing
the voice’s cadence with the rigor
of the eye, enforces an evermore
austere rhythm / we must struggle
to be known, manifest in
our writing /
we enlist, knowingly,
in our impossible attempt

~lawrence wheeler