Degrees of sanity—all alone, lost unknow—@outshine whispers in your sighs…
Monday June 29:
[Quote for the Monday] “Development requires democracy, the genuine empowerment of the people.”
[Source] Aung San Suu Kyi (1945 — ) / Burmese political leader and human rights activist / The Times (London).
Tuesday June 30:
A strong dark midnight trip at a smoked-out squat party on the Haight; moody modern post-psychedleica at its fuzzed-up languid apex.
Wednesday July 1:
Victory: I did it. The vaccine that will prevent AIDS. No one will ever have to watch someone die like that. Like Marie. My Marie. Like me.
[Bio] Mark Best has had short fiction published in various genres. Complete list at http://is.gd/1kQji .
Thursday July 2:
Vampire hottie carries a cool katana, but two cool fight scenes do not a good movie make. In this instance, blood is thinner than water.
[#Spitballs] Blood: The Last Vampire / Directed by Chris Nahon / http://is.gd/1lHsU .
Friday July 3:
[Quote for the Friday] “I have a simple philosophy. Fill what’s empty. Empty what’s full. And scratch where it itches.”
[Source] Alice Lee Longworth (1884 — 1980) / U.S. society figure.
Saturday July 4:
“How far does it go?” she asked as we fell through the subspace burrow. I shrugged apologetically: “Theoretically, forever.”
[Bio] Gareth’s stories have appeared in 20 mags and 10 languages. He drinks lots of tea. http://www.garethdjones.co.uk/ .
Sunday July 5:
It’s all about time, it’s all about space, it’s all about Captain America not being dead but temporally adrift. Familiar, but interesting.
[#ShineComics] CAPTAIN AMERICA: REBORN #1 (of 5) by Ed Brubaker (script), Bryan Hitch and Butch Guice (art); Marvel, 2009, $3.99 .
[Ed] Because of the general sluggishness — I blame the heat, not the Hoegaarden…;-) — an extra ShineComics, courtesy of David A. McDonald:
The Atom pulls a Jack Bauer and Green Lantern gets dominant (and Green Arrow submissive) as the JLA goes all 24. Art’s good, script’s not.
[#ShineComics Extra] JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE #1 (of 7) by James Robinson (story), Mauro Cascioli (art); DC, 2009, $3.99 .