Sunday, February 20, 2005

"Mary Belongs To The Words Of A Song"

Let's try an experiment. Let's see how this post turns out, ripped from my feverish mind as it is. If it's better than normal, I'll try to get sick as often as possible to facilitate Great American Novel writing. If it's just loopy and insane, consider it a roller coaster ride of fun and nonsense, and mail me $50 for the privilege. If it's just plain bad, then my paper on Kant has no hope. Not like it did anyway. I was in the library the other day trying to read his, um, musings, and I had my phone at my elbow. Well, someone texted me, and I almost died. When my phone is on vibrate and it's on a solid surface and it goes off, you'd think the horsemen of the apocalypse were riding through, such is the horror. Then I kinda got lost--we won't discuss where my thoughts went off to--and then I spent two hours in my professor's office getting sources on sacred prostitution so I can write a paper. Apparently it's a myth perpetuated by pseudo-historians. Apparently all the crazy literature I've been systematically reading and chucking across the room because it smacked of craziness really IS crazy. Crazy pseudo-historians.

And now after I've written a whole bunch (a fact I only know is true because I can see all the words, not because I have any idea what was just said), please vote. Tell me what you thought.

P.S. Some people might think it's cute while we're watching Spiderman (unhyphenated for you, Sam) 2 to move your hand about in a spidery fashion around my face and on my arm. Some people might like to meet... wait, I actually like you, so nevermind. Just cut it out with the spiders, okay?


Blogger Baltazar said...

i see anjolina jolie and brad pitt as the mad professor in "the tomb of the scacred prostitute" with ann coltour as the scacred one this is certain to win a henry (the french oscar) get the frequency right ; get the random right buy a wheel barrow to bring the money home

3:08 AM  
Blogger REDguy said...

Deliciously, methodically tangential. I give it 5 stars!

11:34 PM  
Blogger Bart Zamboni said...

Actually like whom? I think it is incredibly bounce-aroundish. I wouldn't say it is your most insightful post, nor is it inciteful. In any case I give it a sold 7ish rating, you know 7 out of whatever.

2:36 AM  
Blogger juxtaposer said...

Who was trying to scare me with spider motions? You can figure this out on your own, B.

3:11 AM  
Blogger REDguy said...

Oh, just a thought. Aren't most historians "pseudo-historians"... I remember reading a book of intriguing excerpts regarding Roman art history from relative contemporaries and objectivity was clearly a much later innovation. That being said though, history is often tangled up in political, even personal interpretation. No doubt at least a few of the British still see the American Revolution as a "Rebellion."

3:06 PM  
Blogger juxtaposer said...

Yes. History is a fascinating thing, because there's always a bias. What I meant in this post was people writing on ancient culture and getting their facts wrong, because they get into the history only to a certain extent. A thorough reading of all the experts on ancient culture would tell you that no priestesses for Asherah really performed sexual ceremonies in the temples, yet everything I've previously read said so.

6:48 PM  
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