5.29.19: My Name Is Nobody, Part 3 (a.k.a. “Nobody Forever”)

“I also believe, for a great number of half-assed reasons, that I am the product of a Vril Society breeding/environmental manipulation experiment which is also somehow involved, at least as cover, with Parsons, Crowley, et. al. Methinks the typical Magickal Child is actually simply a baby farm infant disguised as something else in order to account for all the covert attention it is getting.”
–Kerry Thornley

Welcome to Butterfly Language, a look at the world outside and inside my head!

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The 3 Types Of Bad Movies

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“You can’t piss on hospitality son, I won’t allow it!”
“Troll 2”

Since I’ve analyzed a number of cheesy movies on this blog before, I thought I’d take a step back and discuss the different types of bad films. Not all films that are bad are bad in the same way. Some bad films are actually quite enjoyable. Some are bad because they are unsettlingly awful in a way that you can’t take your eyes off of—but definitely not enjoyable.

And some are just bad—bad, bad, bad, boring. Bad.

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12.12.18: Gus Gorman, The Matchbook Cover, And The Elohim

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“No matchbook cover is going to spell out a message from the Elohim.”
–Philip K. Dick

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Let’s parse that starting quote from Philip K. Dick a bit.

What he is not saying is that you can’t glean a divine message from something as banal/trashy/ubiquitous as a matchbook cover.

What he is saying, within the full context of the passage from which I took the quote, is that to glean such a message from something as banal/trashy/ubiquitous as a matchbook cover is a two-part “unlocking” process. Continue reading “12.12.18: Gus Gorman, The Matchbook Cover, And The Elohim”