Wednesday, November 29, 2017

 "Patience and Fortitude," were those two lions named?
  "Yes. Correct. bye. By Mayor LaGuardia.  bye again."

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Load up on guns
Bring your friends
It's fun to lose and to pretend
She's overboard, self assured
Oh no I know, a dirty word
Hello, hello, hello, how low [x3]
Hello, hello, hello
With the lights out, it's less dangerous
Here we are now, entertain us
I feel stupid and contagious
Here we are now, entertain us
A mulatto, an Albino
A mosquito, my libido, yeah
Hey, yay
I'm worse at what I do best
And for this gift, I feel blessed
Our little group has always been
And always will until the end
Hello, hello, hello, how low [x3]
Hello, hello, hello
With the lights out, it's less dangerous
Here we are now, entertain us
I feel stupid and contagious
Here we are now, entertain us
A mulatto, an Albino
A mosquito, my libido, yeah
Hey, yay
And I forget just why I taste
Oh yeah

Saturday, November 25, 2017

Celtic / Basque DNA (The Y chromosome).

#writingspot _ #aroomofonesown_ #windowlit_

Woolf's 'A room of one's own' presents the narrator as sitting on the banks of a river at "Oxbridge" (a fictional university meant to suggest Oxford and Cambridge) pondering the question of women and fiction. She represents her musings metaphorically in terms of fishing: "thought... had let its line down into the stream" of the mind, where it drifts in the current and waits for the tug of an idea. Who does not love fishing? As soon as she gets a bite, however, she is interrupted by the approach of the Beadle, a university security guard who enforces the rule by which women are not allowed to walk onto the grass. She scurries back to her proper place on the gravel path, remarking that while "no very great harm" had been done, she had lost her "little fish" of an idea. In any case, none of these explanatory factors took place at the window sill of any New England 1800's library as shown above. bye.
 win·dow·sill ˈwindōˌsil/
 noun: window sill; noun: window-sill
  1. a ledge or sill forming the bottom part of a photographed window used to spend time writing.

Thursday, November 23, 2017

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Emily Dickinson Thanksgiving poem

One Day is there of the series
Termed "Thanksgiving Day"
Celebrated part at table
Part in memory -
Neither Ancestor nor Urchin
I review the Play -
Seems it to my Hooded thinking
Reflex Holiday -
Had There been no sharp subtraction
From the early Sum -
Not an Acre or a Caption
Where was once a Room
Not a mention whose small Pebble
Wrinkled any Sea,
Unto such, were such Assembly
'Twere "Thanksgiving Day" -


Saturday, November 18, 2017

Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf

Every secret of a writer's soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind is written large in his works. 

            Virginia Woolf 

Friday, November 17, 2017

Sunday, November 12, 2017


Saturday, November 11, 2017


'No Roy Schneider Around Today,' City Island, The Bronx NYC 2017.


Su Friedrich's new experimental documentary film about her aging mother now on MUBI

For All Mankind.

This movie documents the Apollo missions perhaps the most definitively of any movie under two hours. Al Reinert watched all the footage shot during the missions--over 6,000,000 feet of it, and picked out the best. Instead of being a newsy, fact-filled documentary. Reinart focuses on the human aspects of the space flights. The only voices heard in the film are the voices of the astronauts and mission control. Reinart uses the astronaunts' own words from interviews and from the mission footage. The score by Brian Eno underscores the strangeness, wonder, and and beauty of the astronauts' experiences--experiences which they were privileged to have for a first time "for all mankind."
The film begins with President Kennedy's September 12, 1962 speech at Rice announcing the goal of going to the moon. The rest of the film, using NASA footage and the voices of Apollo astronauts, takes us on a voyage to the moon, from the donning of space suits to splashdown. Footage of the scientists and engineers in Houston is inter-cut with footage of blastoff, orbiting the earth, looking back at a receding earth from inside the space capsule, circling the moon, seeing its surface up close, landing, and scenes of the astronauts on the moon's surface. They bring music with them, announce football scores, test a theory of Galileo's, and reflect on the wonder of the experience. 

Bye- meaning... BLAST OFF!!!
p.s. Find the white socks feet above.

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

           'Beggars Can't Be Choosers,' Willis Ave NYC, 2017.

Monday, November 6, 2017

'archive' cinema consists of 3 skeleton keys

color grading.
sound design.


Friday, November 3, 2017

Thursday, November 2, 2017


A mouse (plural: mice) is a small rodent thing characteristically having a pointed snout, small rounded ears, a body-length scaly tail and a high breeding rate. The best known mouse species is the common house i-mouse (Mus musculus). It is also a popular thing that likes to sit on top of raw wood desks. In some places, certain kinds of field mice are locally uncommon and can be charged and plugged in. They are known to invade homes for sheer company. bye.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017