With Continual Reference to Justin Kahn.

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Words Can Not Express the Vicious Cycle of Poor Blogging That I am Trapped In.

Neither, apparently, can the add chart function of microsoft Word.



misha said...

No, I haven't seen Shaun of the Dead.

I did see Mulholland Drive the other night. Compiling that experience with the other David Lynch movie I watched, I can now come up with a fairly good description of any one of his others that I haven't...

It will be twisting, convoluted, "artsy" without any resolution to back it up, and devote much screen time to naked breasts. If you're into that sort of thing, I suppose they're pretty good.

Mary Lois said...


Your blogs are becoming more intriguing in their obscurity. I think I've broken the code.

taihae said...

poor thing. I know missing me has caused you to lose your connection to the virtual world, but darling, it's really time to let me go. let me be FREE, justin. I have to be free.

Anonymous said...

At least you didn't nuke your blog. Everything is still there where it was before you lost interest. I, on the other hand, blew mine to kingdom come. I regret it. Where else will people find salsa-worship on the interweb.

Justin said...

If you ever have a hankering to Post again, you could always guest blog for me. A year ago that would have meant increased traffic for your site. Now it means, that one morning I will get to sleep in.

Justin said...

You artsy fartsy people crack me up.

I let you go.

On the condition that you guest blog for me.

And so you must. With more pictures dedicated to me.


Justin said...

m. l.
I believe you mean, Sir Justin.

And also, you came up with a formula, not a code. But it is still pretty good.


Justin said...

I don't think I can discuss cinema anymore.

On Saturday I saw Maggie at the library and I told her that she had to watch the BBC series, 'Father Ted' and maggie said, "I Heard it wasn't that good."

Right to my face!

Like my aesthetic judgements don't mean poop!

I was so hurt that I vowed to never talk about film again.


P.S. I went into caribou yesterday and you weren't there. And then I realized it was because I was in the macedonia store. (see tomorrow's post.)

P.P.S. For my money, Twin Peaks is way better than anything else. I am mystified that Kubrick ranked Lynch's Eraserhead as his personal favorite.

P.P.P.S. Shaun of the dead?