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The Week in Tweet, Week 34

And the trumpets of Jericho, still @outshine remains…

Monday August 17:

[Quote for the Monday] “Nevertheless, I remain firmly convinced that not only is being overly conscious a disease, but so is being conscious at all.”

[Source] Fyodor Dostoyevsky (1821 – 1881) / Russian novelist / Notes from the Underground.

Tuesday August 18:

Fuzzily stoned like the Stooges and wading hip-deep in the Mudhoney; you’ve heard it all before, sure, but you loved it that time, too.

[#SoundBytes] CONTACT HIGH by You’re Smiling Now But We’ll All Turn Into Demons— Function Records—

Wednesday August 19: pleased to proclaim: ads on cyber cash so successful taxes repealed; find new product placement opportunities on virtual bills!

[Bio] Crass, evil marketer by day, Jason Stoddard still sees the beautiful roadsigns of tomorrow. .

Thursday August 20:

If you plan to see one lesbian, vegan, undead baby, gross-out that comments on spineless liberals, try this one…but seriously, don’t bother.

[#Spitballs] Grace / Directed by Paul Solet / .

Friday August 21:

[Quote for the Friday] “The Gracehoper was always jigging ajog, hoppy on akkant of his joyicity.”

[Source] James Joyce (1882 – 1941) / Irish writer / Finnegans Wake.

Saturday August 22:

Men gathered at the new distillery. Smiling, they filled their glasses. Sunlight glinted through the windows as Earth hung low in the sky.

[Bio] William Wood lives in an old farmhouse in the Blue Ridge Mountains with an understanding family. He often writes instead of sleeping.

Sunday August 23:

An expert condensation of the text, combined with interesting art, and thus a compelling read. Still chillingly prescient decades on.

[#ShineComics] RAY BRADBURY’S FARENHEIT 451: THE AUTHORIZED ADAPTATION by Tim Hamilton; Hill And Wang, 2009, $30 .

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