winter tempermental

so my head’s full of fuzz today. i want to be able to accomplish all of the things i’m supposed to accomplish. yesterday i listened to a woman talk about the american state being dumbed down, but her talk was full of holes and her mouth was full of words with holes in them and her mouth made me feel like my head was full of fuzz and her voice was kind of similar to a talking fireplace that doesn’t know its burning. looking at one thing and not seeing one’s way all the way around it makes for animosity in me.

tomorrow my students will be carrying handsized objects into class that carry some kind of value for them. i hope it’s important junk. all of our junk is important, o maybe not, but a lot of it is much more important than what that woman said. and a mixed metaphor has nothing at all to do with how simply a politician speaks to his or her audience, dammit.

if you choose to listen to this, be forewarned that she’s grating and her methods are fairly sloppy. it’s a valid concern, i believe–to take issue with the sinking level of american intellectualism, but to carry a voice that is this addled with infallibility, she should be required to create an argument that isn’t so gap filled. what’s the difference between using the term ‘folks’ and saying that a politician is having a ‘chat’ with the populace? in both cases it’s posturing to draw a closer circle between the listener and the perosn addressing the listener, unless i’m missing something. and visual literacy is going to be, has already become, an integral facet of our daily existence. nevermind the information about email and distraction…if you listen let me know what you think.

my head is full of fuzz, so this is probably pretty fuzzy too…
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4 responses to “winter tempermental

  1. you need to read Fracis Ponge. He is you as you is he.

  2. Anonymous

    you are so hot right now.

  3. how did you know i had a fever?

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