[D-G] Hello everyone!

Julia Barclay julia at flyingoutofsequence.org
Wed Feb 1 02:41:59 PST 2006

Lyotard wrote some kind of post modern fairy tale...can't remember the name 
off the top of my head but someone on the list will surely know.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Bruno" <brunolistopad at hotmail.com>
To: <deleuze-guattari at lists.driftline.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2006 12:35 AM
Subject: Re: [D-G] Hello everyone!

>  Hello everyone
>  Perhaps somehow out of the context;  I am looking for some information
> regarding Fairy Tale(s) made by Deleuze and Guattari, or other authors 
> which
> are  somehow related  in a way.
>  If someone knows something material published, I would be grateful for 
> the
> information...
>  All the Best!
>  Bruno
>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>  From: "NZ" <pretzelworld at gmail.com>
>  To: <deleuze-guattari at lists.driftline.org>
>  Sent: Friday, January 27, 2006 7:16 AM
>  Subject: Re: [D-G] Hello everyone!
>  > all im trying to say is that the internet provides a fine place for
>  > the list and I just wanted to support Rita's (hello!) efforts in
>  > making ths internet list a more "published" work! the cab-driver would
>  > b e a fantastic editor cuz the cabbie has such a funny personality, i
>  > like it a lot! (please take me whereever you want to go mister
>  > taxi-driver!) but if you cant decide perhaps the internet is a good
>  > place to allow multiple stories to intersect, I like wikipedia b/c the
>  > connectyion link like a narrative building list (personally I think
>  > EVERYTHING on the internet is a linear list, even a google search is
>  > not non-linear, it comes to you as a list, it is all linear really
>  > even the URL, I imagine this deleuze list growing like strings,
>  > perhaps Linkletter's entry from 1998 could be appended by SpikeLeeJr
>  > in 2007, but I guess you'd want to link those strings together in some
>  > readable way, or perhaps it would be nice to tangle them inside the
>  > cab-driver's belly like spagetti?)
>  >
>  > its good to celebrate with beer, the sumerian new years (of 36
>  > centuries ago) is a historic event in the history of civilization.
>  > After "the flood", when the governing family structure (oedipal or
>  > otherwise, just read deleuze on the "barbarian societies") got
>  > replaced by the "state" structure, thanks to that jerk nimrod and his
>  > crony priests who also began to codify the biblical canon as well as
>  > create a structureal economic latice (which began our modern
>  > geopolitics) aaannnnddd.......... and what is also quite neat is that
>  > at the same time (er, within a couple centuries) the written "picto"
>  > language began to deal with homonyms and synomynms as "literal"
>  > graphic representations and such things that the schizophrenic psyche
>  > feed off..... all of theses things go hand-in-hand, growing up to
>  > today! especially money!
>  >
>  > those darn deluvian priests and their deluded poetics of astronomy
>  > (not science, poetics!) with their depressed paranoid psychology who
>  > looked away up into the stars and could find the same constellations
>  > that existed in their neulogical pathways, like a mirror of the mind,
>  > and what they saw was a spiralling spiral spiral of destuction. There
>  > is something incredible about the fact that the narative is not built
>  > from things that exist in the world, but merely the geometrics of
>  > stars and planets, somehow this makes more of a correspondense with
>  > the neuoloical constellations of our imagination.
>  >
>  > but they only saw a spiralling dragon who will eat up all the flock in
>  > some kind of paranooid apocolysce - by gosh did they have some
>  > personal problems that needed to be worked out! at least the earth's
>  > axis has changed significantly since 3600 bc(!) so now that dragon is
>  > no longer spiraling around the "absolute north" point, just off to the
>  > side a little, and I gues thatts good for now.
>  >
>  > As for spelling, I hate spelling, leave the way it is, its organic at
>  > least, if people want to express themselps in a particular way they
>  > then they ought to make the effort to tighty up themselves (ie
>  > submissions work fine for most normal publications, but it seems like
>  > we all want to avoid that submission process, I feel that way anyway
>  > thank you)
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