Alex Kanevsky, K.B. in her Bathroom, huile sur bois, 61×61 cm, 2005
Inferences from the Socratic Figure
Socrates was a cretin disposed to rhetoric,
siphoning surrounding bystanders by his unfaltering belligerence
towards virtually all citizenry in the stately confidence of the
virtue that all men outside his dialogue were
stupider than he.
he basked in the alighted splendor
of gilded tomes that formally imprinted and
his incessant pinching across
the courtyards and recess of Athens
into historical magnification like
pools of phlegm enveloping across
a creased face.
without eyes planted in his sockets,
he refused literacy; a pensive mouth
only suspended by the increasing concurrence of
his reductive yammering.
his outrage is characteristic respectively found
in the observed behavior eyeless stipulating loudly
beneath the unseen wave of
define quarreling self-satisfaction.
Anonymous said: What shows do you like? Do you like OITNB?
I happened to watch the pilot a few weeks ago. It was fairly good.
I watch Hannibal. Reruns of Twin Peaks. Most adult swim programming. And whenever I’m inclined to, I watch True Detective or The Wire on HBO.
Recently I tried to be invested in The X-Files, but it borrows too much from pulp-tropes and pre-millennial conspiracies to muster intrigue for me. Additionally, I don’t like Seth Green’s acting.
I dunno. Do you know of any shows worth watching? Otherwise, I’ll wait through the fall until Tim and Eric’s Bedtime Stories’ premiere on Sept. 18.