Learned last night at the open mic that elephants can swim. Blew me away when it really registered, although at first I though nothing of it. Reposting this with an added poem (1st below), because apparently Google rejects things that are so thin on text. At least I think it’s that and not that I just hooked up publicize to Twitter, Facebook, tumblr and Google+. It would be irritating if syndicating none-too-frequent posts had the result of being penalized on SEO. :p
Discordian Postcard Conspiracy #202
SNAFUs are not always avoid-
able, yet should not be assu-
med to be inevitable. The bit-
bucket peeping toms continue
to feast on the still-living body
of Privacy & Human Rights.
There are treatments for brain-
eating amoebas & prions, are
there not? Aren’t there? Uh-oh….
Loop by samples, stop by scatt-
erings, set topwise ordinals
and tuck in the blues… None
are sharper than fungi & corv-
ids, but our dimensionally con-
strained perceptions can’t pro-
be that by conventional means….
Didn’t record all the details on this batch … probably someone involved in mindfulness or yoga training or research somewhere…
flip the bucket fire
ablaze the crackle shot moon
The fourth poem, and some other ‘+’ is at the new Message, Quote, and Link of the Day at Psychic Fugue Studio – …nose piercings, that had begun to appear in the orders, since celibacy & cloistering requirements had been dropped. …
…” No sequence of right answers
will release you from mys-
tery. It is, instead, like
Zen riddles. No unanswered
traumas appear. “…
At present, aiming at those involved in mental health care as addressees. Have sent to a couple websites’ staff and some others… Now having the directories, will forwardly be sending to individual counselors. But is the Louisville area the most sensible target? “Always stick closest to your local reality” says an ancient (~2006), possibly incoherent, manifesto of mine. Is it valid, or do you have suggested localities?
“I know that it is too soon. That for some of you the shock and disbelief will be too near; but despair is a luxury we cannot afford.”
“Apathy is the enemy. If we give up we become part of the problem. If we want things to improve we have to work.”
A haiku by me:
< Organization / Web of semantic arrows / Fires growth of spirit >
It is embedded with a tool, I am providing free of charge. Mail does not actually require return addresses, I hear, and for postcards it certainly doesn’t.. Use for whatever, I suppose. If the below are not 1800×1200 (suitable for offset printing), they are also available here: Psychic Fugue Studio: