mai 15, 2003
channeling ceridwen

I had a glass of wine and smoked a clove cigarette and ate half a chicken and went peacefully enough to bed last night. I woke at seven PM today with red blood on my lips and fingers, a moon tattooed in woad upon my brow, a couple of claw marks and cabalistic symbols on my vanity table, and this shimmering upon my desktop.

I take absolutely no responsibility for it.

In other news I have slain some orcs, but only in a top-secret duelling forum being developed by an acquaintance. But lemme tell you, orcs are hard to slay. My new nemesis is named hoopster levittown. All caps, but no caps on her teeth, let me tell you!!!!

I bought a set of ointments for the IR's baby. They come in seven colors, like a rainbow: rose-red for diaper rash, orange for scabs, yellow for a different kind of diaper rash, green for cradle cap, blue for dehydration, indigo for depression, and violet for gas.

Posted by anonymousblonde at mai 15, 2003 12:52 AM

Creepy stuff.

Posted by: Attaboy on mai 15, 2003 08:51 AM

Isn't it, though? I'm gonna talk to a shrink about it soon, I think.

Posted by: The Anonymous Blonde on mai 15, 2003 12:52 PM

Congratulations on the erotic fiction I've read it and find it to be completely hillarious. It's a great talent to be able to balance between nonsense and a comprehendable story line of some sort.

Posted by: Political boy on mai 15, 2003 11:57 PM

I liked the worms you put in your veins! Too hot for holo field!

Posted by: Foodus on mai 16, 2003 09:59 AM

hot damn! you play the double bass? we're looking for a dame with smarts and sass like yourself for our nine-piece.

Posted by: hepcat willie on mai 17, 2003 12:05 AM

Sorry that last thing had nothing to do with much of anything just wanted to say that.

Posted by: Political boy on mai 17, 2003 11:40 PM

Hot Damn! I wish I played the double bass.

But maybe I do!

Why are you political, dear?

Posted by: the Anonymous Blonde on mai 18, 2003 10:38 PM

Hmmm ummm... Because it's fun? That's a question noone's ever asked me, people ask why I burn flags or why I'm a leftist. They ask why I drench myself in blood then lay down infront of the army recruiting station but never have I answered why I'm political period. I'll think about that one.

Posted by: Political boy on mai 18, 2003 10:46 PM

OK, I think I have an answer sorry it took so long just been real busy. I'm political because I have ideas and I believe that they are the right ones and that others share them. I believe the people in power are afraid of these ideas because they may cost them their power. I'm political because I love my country and I want wwhat's best for it.

Posted by: Political boy on mai 20, 2003 11:09 PM

Well, good for you! I didn't mean to set you off on so much soul-searching with my question: I think I wanted to know what kind of political boy you were, rather than why you held the political beliefs you hold. You could have been, say, a mayoral candidate, or an editor at the Nation, or the golden boy-heir of a political dynasty (you could be Rhode Island's own Patrick Kennedy!). You could have been someone who's unusually involved in office politics. You could have been a student-council president or a pro-life pizza-delivery boy. You could have been a hot-shot political-science professor with a tweed jacket with patches at the elbows and pipe-tobacco breath and preposterous but brilliant views on the Cold War. You could have been a flag-burning, blood-drenched liberal, which is what you ultimately turned out to be. Well, I think you made the right choice, so hooray.

However, I have more questions: do you really drench yourself in real blood? What kind? Are you an anarchist or a socialist or just a liberal? Do you live in San Francisco?

Also, thanks for liking my erotic fiction. I think it's pretty fun myself.

Posted by: the Anonymous Blonde on mai 21, 2003 08:58 AM

Blech that just gives all kinds of meaning to "there but for the grace of god go I" As for your questions real blood is hard to find although sometimes I use my own in my art. For die-ins as us hipsters call them we use a combination of water, creamy peanut butter, liquid soap and red food coloring. When well mixed and refrigerated it will keep for months and is non toxic. I am currently an anarchist though I used to hold membership in the world socialist party. The lack of any action bothered me and the first time I saw the Black Bloc marching I knew what to do. I still like some socialist beliefs though and consider Guevara and Minh to be great heroes. I live in western Virginia actually, sort of surprising but I'm too radical to live in a normal radical city.

I've recently gotten a publishing deal on a book of mine so maybe one day you'll read my work, when it comes out I'll be sure to tell you about it, I write fantasy and literary novels especially dealing with vampires and the like. That's in addition to my political stuff and poetry.

Posted by: Political boy on mai 21, 2003 10:51 PM

Well, you certainly have a lot going on. The fake blood sounds delicious. I would like to remind you that people who are not hipsters still have die-ins.

As for vampires, I saw that Guy Maddin Dracula movie the other day. I hope your novels are like that, with ballet and snow and little red smears of blood in them.

Posted by: the Anonymous Blonde on mai 22, 2003 12:54 AM

hey also I totally use body fluids in my art too like one time i used blood and one time i sued mestral blood and often i use my own FInger nails or at lest the clippings, but dude when i have this baby I am so using the placenta to make a Painting.

Posted by: the eye-RRRR!!! on mai 22, 2003 12:56 AM

The IR is sleeping over tonight and thought it would be funny if she and I posted on my journal in rapid succession.

Posted by: the Anonymous Blonde on mai 22, 2003 12:57 AM

HELLL yes and it Is fucking funny aright yeah!

Posted by: IRIRIRIRIRISSSSSS!!! on mai 22, 2003 12:58 AM

There's no ballet but there certainly is some blood and a bit of snow, it's pretty far from the work od Stoker or John Carpenter though.

Posted by: Political boy on mai 22, 2003 05:34 PM

Blargh blood I can handle but the whole period blood thing I suppose is just one of those things us boys, especially politicalboys have no love for. The placenta sounds like it could be neat though, maybe cover a sculpture in it. I once made a sculpture of a pregnant woman from coat hangers, a walnut and a rusted old pot lid but that's as close as I've ever come. I wish someone would buy that thing , I paid ten dollars for the pot lid lol. Good luck with your work though.

Posted by: Political boy on mai 22, 2003 11:26 PM

yeah whatever one kind of blood is as gross as another and boys who are scared of menstration are WACK

Posted by: IR on juin 16, 2003 02:06 PM

Nice articles in a few pages. Please post more, I will visit this site again soon.

Posted by: zip codes on septembre 6, 2003 04:29 AM

Hey, thanks!

Posted by: Anonymous Blonde on octobre 3, 2003 03:25 PM
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