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Transient Scripts: Mason+Emily
"Hello, you are receiving a collect call from…ason, it's Mason, Em-….Will you accept the charges?"
"Wh…y-yes, I will."
"Connecting. Please hold."
"Mason? Are you there?"
"Yes? Emily. Hullo. Hullo Emily. Hmm. Oooooh God."
"Oh Jesus Christ, Mason, where are you?"
"Where the have you been all summer? You didn't call. You didn't write. You didn't even tell anyone you were leaving, not even the landlord."
"I'm in Roma, Emily. Italia. Belpaese."
"Wh…but…Arthur called from the museum and told me you resigned; he's thinks you've gone completely away in the head. I'm inclined to agree with him."
"Heh heh heh!"
"This isn't fucking funny, Mason. I know what this is. You call me from some foreign country where you're drinking yourself to death so I can feel guilty about it."
"Guilty? Jesus, what are you on about? Heh heh heh, oh God, do you remember May, Emily?"
"Oh Jesus Christ."
"Do you remember in May when…oh God…when you broke off the r
The End of Art in the 20th C.
In some ways, the twentieth century was its own greatest work of art. From its afterbirth of international warfare and all the way though the exponentially expanding parade of innovations in industry, medicine and murder that followed, the nineteen-hundreds cut such a jarring figure against the spans of time before it that near it's conclusion, many were convinced it's fluctuating hemlines and increasingly erratic weather systems signaled that the End of Days was upon us. Most artists go a whole lifetime without achieving such a phenomenal reaction to their work. The century itself was filled with many lesser but still equally interesting artworks which for many seemed to signal, for good or for bad, the death of traditional standards of aesthetics and beauty, if not the end of art itself. Discussed herein will be some of the most famous of these; namely Marcel Duchamp's Fountain, Andy Warhol's Brillo Box and Damien Hirs
Time Gentlemen Please
If it was nothing
It would always be nothing
For there has never been no nothings in the world
Let's say it was nothing
Put to the scale of the universe and things beyond
It is still nothing
But that is still something
Since nothing is the smallest you can go
Without owing anything
And the universe has no lenders
Last orders. Last orders gentlemen.
If rats run a maze, they gain speed aftertime
But speed becomes nothing
Because rats are vermin
Rat's reactions led to human success
Human's fear rats since they are so much like them
Time gentlemen please
As pater familias a father
Could kill his son
As pater familias his father could
But the barman can do nothing
The barman knows nothing and he told me
Life is a box filled with 33 different kinds of objects
but only one is shaped like a gun
Keep in Touch!
Lilyas has dedicated herself to making our community a brighter place with her vibrant artwork and infectious enthusiasm for interacting with others in our community. It has certainly paid off, as many deviants flock to her page on a daily basis to let her know how much of an inspiration she is. We absolutely agree, and couldn't let all that hard work go without recognition, so it's with great pride that we bestow the Deviousness Award for March 2014, to ... Read More