Friday, February 24, 2006

Now, Not Now, and Now

Last week, in talking about some Gertrude Stein loop texts, experimental neuroscience, and the actionary intelligence one uses to launch their creative missives, someone in the seminar, speaking on the edge of their experience so as to gradually fabricate their thought, said:
"Our nerves think for us."
At which point someone else said:
"I feel like a proprioceptive think tank. Now if only someone would pay me to just do that."
Perhaps it has something to do with making appearances.

But then again, there is no there, there.

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