Does Labor realise that it can never outdo the Coalition on inhumanity to asylum...– Malcolm Fraser, former Prime Minister
The Full Stop Series, Part III.4
His. Another nail in his coffin. His. John Updike. 1981. Rabbit Is Rich. Everyman.
The Full Stop Series, Part III.3
I give four weeks notice, my last day at Blockbuster being Thursday February 19th, 2004. Damian Marley, resignation letter, January 2004
The Full Stop Series, Part III.2
Where? James Joyce (ed. Gabler). 1922. Ulysses. p.607. Penguin, 1986.
The Full Stop Series, Part III.1
FULL STOP ZOO I have captured some significant Full Stops and have placed them in their own zoo. I used a scanner to capture these Stops from their original pages, and then enlarged them many times. I was immediately struck by the uniqueness of each Stop when seen in this way. The imperfection of the duplication process leads to a sense of beauty and mystery. Accompanying each Full Stop is the...
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MY SKELETON WILL LIE IN THE THEATER FOREVER.
The Full Stop Series, Part II
PHENOMENOLOGY What a stupendous object. Here, magnified many times, is a full stop. This creature is a tiny dot of print which usually sits at the end of written sentences. Our eyes are trained to be on the look-out for creatures such as these, and when we see one we know that it’s time to pause, to take a breath, to end and begin again. The full stop is ubiquitous. It is an essential part of...
The Full Stop Series, Part I
I put together my rumination entitled Full Stop in 2006. As with everything I have written, about 3 people read it, including myself. I read it again recently, liked it, and decided to chop it up and put it out on Tumblr, piece by piece. So here is the first part, and down below is the original title page. In English, the “full stop” or “period” marks the end of a sentence. - Encyclopaedia...
10 Reasons Why MasterChef is Stupid
The endless bogus narration. E.g. Someone unveils a potato. Cut to contestant, who says to a pretend interviewer, “And then he unveiled the potato.” The crying. When things are good, or when things are bad, they CRY. The artificial manipulation of time. When a judge is about to say something important, they create an artificial pause by dropping the sound and cutting to the face of...
I caught Microsoft Windows trembling with abject terror today.