||Where & When
got to keep your beam and stay tweezered
NEW MUSICAL EXPRESS September 11th, 1976
your topknot – and keep your eye to the skyline.
Captain Beefheart's (Don Van Vliet) farewell to Drumbo
Farebrother, my dear sir, is a man deeply painful to
||Chapter 13, Middlemarch by George Elliot|
is not indeed an author adapted to superficial minds
Casaubon on Aquinas
trust I may be excused ... and especially from guests
whose desultory vivacity makes their presence a
||Mr. Casaubon||Ch 29 Middlemarch|
don’t know enough about wavelets to hate them…
remember, I can't recall.
de B…..???? Are you mad?
Do I seriously look like someone who would work with Chris de Burgh??
(ex- Talk Talk)
is never too early of a morning for sapient colloquy.
Likewise, never is it too late of an evening either.
Swim-Two-Birds by Flann O'Brien
whose utter inanity proved his insanity
The Banker's Fate
Seventh, The Hunting of the Snark by Lewis Carroll
|The evolution of
the brain not only overshot the needs of prehistoric
man, it is the only example of evolution providing a
species with an organ which it does not know how to
||Arthur Koestler||The Ghost
in the Machine (1967)
scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its
opponents and making them see the light, but rather
because it’s opponents simply die off. Science
progresses one funeral at a time.
||Scientific Autobiography and Other Papers, circa 1949|
worry about people stealing your ideas. If it’s
original, you’ll have to ram it down their throats
|The more original a discovery, the more obvious it seems afterward||Arthur Koestler|
'Yes . . .' (Beede yanked on his trusty, old pair of mental crampons and kicked them, grimly, into the vertical rockface of his self-control).
by Nicola Barker
a roof over his head he had ceased work, living off
his pension and his wits, both hopelessly inadequate
1, Puckoon by Spike Milligan
Angeles (“zombie central,” sniffs Adam)
Lovers Left Alive by Jim Jarmusch
did not look at Shiner anymore. He hadn't looked in
three years. Once you'd looked, there was nothing else
to know. You'd know his bone marrow in a beaker.
by Don Delillo
"True creativity often starts where language ends."
|Keep saying nothing.||Joe Larkin Snr||The Prince of Orange (Public House)|
you, for a moment, imagine how depressing it is to
teach five centuries of masculine ineptitude?
History Boys by Alan Bennett
fact that the author thinks slowly is not serious, but
the fact that he publishes faster than he thinks is
is the ability to go from one failure to another with
no loss of enthusiasm.
|Minimalism is a wonderful thing, but you can have too much of it.||Tim