Wednesday, December 12, 2012

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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

excerpts from my OkCupid profile


My self-summary
thum kiz cll mu tele cuz im on dat fone ll night also readin buks writin poetry learnin to rite reel gud n impres my professyurs lso obsessed w/film & Heidegger & fashion

I’m really good at
cllin diallin howlin runnin hurtin slppin fkun french continental philosophy

The first things people usually notice about me
im hot like tammalis never tell a lie i say only the truth ima real ** now put up them duke u cant touch this im so high up but when i come down you best belive its gonna be me and you in dat ring.hahhahha now hear im rappin not just bc im a girl no im rappin for these wannabeas who aint got crap on me now listen hear kids class is in session like a steriotipe im mickael jaskon back for the dead so spread u cant reach my level i might be a girl but u best believe im the realist ** you will ever meat.

Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
chps DRE pzza rt chckn wshin b trppn fk snoop nt lion cello hmmr C. ox XX Ben UFO buks: jhn grisham rymund crver mobe dck ctcher nda ry kofka the iliad the odyssey movees: apokalisp now dyz of hvn davud linch cop dog

You should message me if
ulikwut u c cz int lyn

manifesto


Suppose someone points to a vase and says Look at that marvelous blue—the shape isn't the  point. Or: Look at the marvelous shape—the color doesn't matter. Without doubt you will do something different when you act upon these two invitations. But do you always do the same thing when you direct your attention to the color? Imagine various different cases. To indicate a few: 
               
“Is this blue the same as the blue over there? Do you see any difference?” 
You are mixing paint and you say “It's hard to get the blue of this sky.”
“It's turning fine, you can already see blue sky again.”
“Look, what different effects these two blues have.” “Do you see the blue book over there? Bring it here.” 
“This blue signal-light means. . . .” 
“What's this blue called? –is it ‘indigo’? 

from Philosophical Investigations, #33