Archive for June, 2008

— in an evaluation of lawn boy’s lawn worthiness lawn boy boldly fathoms mowing where no man has fathomed before lawn boy—so to speak unflinchingly denies any and all unapproved turf miss management reappraisals that men were only created because vibrators can’t mow the lawn — Advertisements

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— attending the spring quarterly meeting of the lawn boy association of perfect appearances lawn boy denies whatever it is which he is otherwise unable to ever remember —

— socially trained behaviors the impossibly detailed placement umpteen linguistic harangue about how best to relieve whatever it is that one furtively scratches whenever lawn boy bends his rotor in the rite of a tidy conviction —

— between carrying capacities not otherwise acknowledged whenever time stretches this sequence of words represents the elegance of an embrace recalled for those with funny afflictions citing all competitors to lawn boy deflective hum if success is a level of violence where people feel comfortable living their daily lives commerce is assumed to have stolen […]

SUV // hum


— lawn boy’s imaginings in the nighttime listen to that SUV hum if success is a level of violence where people feel comfortable living their daily lives lawn boy runs amok over the yard —

— each day the dubious expectation that the president shall say something stupid —



— an inaugural reading from the 1st edition of PIG: A Journal at Harvest Records Saturday–June 21 at 7:00PM –featuring– artwork by Brad Reagan letterpress broadsides of some of the poems by Sarah Almond Megan Mulhearn will provide music and the following people will read Chall Gray Mara Simmons Mark Prudowsky Shad Marsh Stephen Kirbach […]



— I could compile a long list of human pathos but today I’d prefer to limit myself to drunken brawl. —

crack of dawn


— here’s an audio piece I made sometime between 6:30 and 7:00 AM today (Sunday) – length – 7:28 chicken hill 06/15/08 dawn —

— it would be a mistake to presume that lawn boy is a character inside of some cohesive narrative if someone were to say otherwise that claim would clearly be false lawn boy is neither factually nor symbolically representative he is rather chronologically and verbally abstract another wretched and self-serving cliché —