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  • PaulPoulak

    heya #2 neighbour. Also Canada is my heart country if that means anything.

    17 Abr 2014 Responder
  • plethoricman

    just read 'Rendezvous with Rama' by Arthur C Clarke - took me back; real old school - lovely surprise ending --- Canada!?

    27 Ene 2014 Responder
  • MihaiDruga

    Thank You!

    21 Ene 2014 Responder
  • CanisDesertMoon

    Just leaving tracks as I prowl about. Your musical compatibility with asiakfiatek is VERY LOW Music you have in common includes Tangerine Dream, Tenacious D, Bob Dylan, and Daft Punk. Peace

    5 Sep 2013 Responder
  • MadThespian

    Based on your charts, tag cloud and listening to Saul Williams, you just might like Puscifer. I would recommend "Conditions of my parole" & ""C" Is for (Please Insert Sophomoric Genitalia Reference Here) E.P. " as good starting points.

    26 Ago 2013 Responder
  • plethoricman

    Oooo, big listens on Susumu Yokata! The spooky gauge is in the red --- checked a blog from the Shoutbox on Paul Schutze and glibly downloaded a track and it turns up a 20+ minute track by Biosphere -- which jolted as earlier I'd been trying on a whim to find out the title of a Biosphere track (taped off Late Junction) I've got tagged as "Kalahari hunting song" -- it would suit the general weirdness of things if you'd actually heard the blighter....

    25 Abr 2013 Responder
  • plethoricman

    Incadenza is 'top listener of Paul Schütze --- just saying, is all...

    25 Abr 2013 Responder
  • aya_koppu

    thank you welcome :)

    27 Feb 2013 Responder
  • plethoricman

    EH up! You've gone all random on me! and low compatibility as well... hope all the Seasonal guff has passed you by most pleasantly...

    31 Dic 2012 Responder
  • derstatist

    very nice top artists. and quite a few i never heard of. looking forward to look into these and find some more gems. thx^^

    17 Dic 2012 Responder
  • plethoricman

    You think THAT was random - it all started with the Shout from my friend Buecherdieb (which translates as 'bookthief' ) with the 'musteldae' (a weasel, apparently). Turns out he got spammed by the "Mad Ferret" a venue/pub in my town! I was looking at the message for about 10 minutes and, as you can imagine, I didn't deduce the obvious fact that he had heard of the place... ---- a HOUSE FOR BEES !!!!**??

    25 Nov 2012 Responder
  • plethoricman

    and we just get boring old Dickie, good grief!

    24 Nov 2012 Responder
  • plethoricman

    Well, Dick of course! And a great many of the adaptions are fine, Bladerunner being a fave. Funnily enough I read the short story and, sadly, thought it was rubbish - but he did produce a great deal of varying quality, didn't he? Thought the film that most captured the Dick headfuck was 'Total Recall' .Know what you mean with Burrough's - Cities of the Red Night books were good, but still too much work for too little reward....

    12 Ago 2012 Responder
  • plethoricman

    Looks like you do 'mood-lists' in reading as well haha. I aspire simply to 'quality' perhaps - or defining/exploring quality - but SF has made a large part of my reading... an interesting personal experience was the transition between ploughing thru a 500 page hard-core sci-fi with it's stodgy 'straightforward' language & characters and mind-blowing concepts and then passing over to the sweet tragedy and glorious language arabesques of 'The God of Small Things'. I would personally recommend you do 'Pattern Recognition' before 'Spook Country'... Iain M.Banks? Ballard? Burroughs? I'm thinking of checking out Bulgakov - I read that Stalin saw one of his plays 15 times ! You know, bit of a break from the genocide, something nice & familiar haha (LOLZ or weeps or..)

    12 Ago 2012 Responder
  • plethoricman

    'Singularity Sky' sounds like similar territory to Philip Jose Farmers Riverworld books..

    12 Ago 2012 Responder
  • plethoricman

    WOW! you do surprise me with the unashamed admission to being a sci-fi uberfan - Tevis the Man who fell to.. of course (and I wikepediered to merely CONFIRM that, okay?) The word 'Lovecraftian' appeared early in the Stross Wiki so I probably won't be joining you on that particular ride... When you Shouted that Machine Dreams sounded "promisingly like heavy-duty sc-fi I dismissed almost immediately the idea that it was with a certain forlorn hope haha... just finished 'Spook Country' by William Gibson - 2nd in a trilogy where he's moving away from the Cyberspace thing - Pattern Recognition was a lovely book and I heartily recommend it. Not sure I'd admit to 'genre' but alot has passed thru these dusty corridors - Dhalgren a particular favourite - yeah, more into sci-fi at it's junction with experimental lit .... having said that I'll have to fess up to read Helliconia, Dune, Foundation series and possibly more Greg Bear than you might be entirely comfortable with...

    12 Ago 2012 Responder
  • plethoricman

    So, what did you plump for, bookwise. Are you having this, or are you pegging me as a ludicrous old fart? ;)

    9 Ago 2012 Responder
  • plethoricman

    Just finished a 2nd reading of 'The Age of Wire & String' as recommended by my friend 'ScullyCaribou' - one seems to fly through it then look back and say, 'so, what the HELL was that all about!!?' - I'd love to know what you think of it

    7 Jun 2012 Responder
  • plethoricman

    "re-read 'The Corrections'!" - That's quite spooky ;) Yeah, 'Machine Dreams' is one I may hunt down - have completely forgotten it so if it turns out to be pish, nowt to do with me!

    31 May 2012 Responder
  • plethoricman

    Ah, put me right on the spot then ... :-O Well, I've not long since reread 'the corrections' and had a scream; a cursory glance at the bookshelf dredged up Kundera (?) & Jayne Anne Phillips whose 'Machine Dreams' is a title that I might have another look at after 20 odd years - 'Shelter' is a nice book as well - Hey! have you read 'And the ass saw the angel' by Nick Cave (!) - that's it. Thats MrP's pick, a nice little gothic number....

    29 May 2012 Responder
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in the midst of the howling
create a door
step inside
into a forest
sunk in the sunshine
some shadows trembling
when supressed butterflies
from underneath the fingernails
translucent wings
catching light
rainbow circles on the surface of water
lay in the clearing
inhaling herbs grass leaves heavens above
silence seeps through the eyelids
peace to be found
make up a shimmer
whirl from the topmost branches
in reds and purples
silky sweet
there are dragons beyond
the pale cheeks
eyes opened
for stars flowing into
a half-full cup
the spheres are playing
piano music
and then the wailing guitar
to the tamed giraffe
in the midst of the howling
arms won't catch you
no one is coming
through the door