File spoon-archives/avant-garde.archive/avant-garde_2002/avant-garde.0205, message 14

Date: Wed, 29 May 2002 11:07:33 -0800
Subject: Re: say it again

Though the mules plod in a steady and unflagging hypnosis, the vehicle does
not seem to progress. It seems to hang suspended in the middle distance
forever and forever, so infinitesimal is its progress, like the shabby bead
upon the mild red string of road. So much so is this that in the watching
of it the eye loses it as sight and sense drowsily merge and blend, like
the road itself, with all the peaceful and monotonous changes between
darkness and day, like already measured thread being rewound onto a spool.

At 2:47 PM -0400 5/28/2, lauf-s wrote:
>    Brad offers: I have taught you that the sky in all its zones is
>mortal...  Let me now
>re-emphasize the extreme looseness of the structure of all  objects.  
>Steve adds questioningly: Isn't it perhaps wrong to 'emphasize' extremes
>one-sidedly?  Don't extremes always come in pairs, namely polar opposites?
>Is extreme  looseness complete without extreme tightness?   Steve asked
>earlier today at design-l: Could it be that the more extreme a situation
>is, the more it  begins to invert itself?

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