Archive for July, 2012

July 28, 2012

a DNA study suggests that all the domesticated cattle originate from a group of 80 wild aurochs. Those animals lived in Iran 10,500 years ago Aurochs

anterior nares; Enceladus (moon of Saturn); Enceladus (child of Gaia); inspissate; torsade; “there is no need, finally,/ to inspissate the corded torsades/ of his loon voice” (Ashbery); deictic.

July 20, 2012

as I think of it, this same ατασθαλω appears toward the beginning of the Odyssey (1.7-9):

……………αυτων γαρ σφετερησιν ατασθαλιησιν ολοντον,
……………νηπιοι, οι κατα βους Υπεριονος Ηελιοι

(for in their own recklessness they were destroyed,/ the fools who ate the cattle of Hyperion Helios) (x)

July 19, 2012

Caïque Acéphale
linklog antinomian
stank Manasseh
Jaime Bravo preterite
Jacobo Árbenz

July 12, 2012

“Many historians have noted the coincidence that the last western emperor bore the names of both Romulus, the legendary founder and first king of Rome, and Augustus, its first emperor” Romulus Augustulus.

Odoacer “Odoacer is the earliest ruler of Italy for whom an autograph of any of his legal acts has survived to the current day.”

Anti-Injunction Act. Helium reserve, Charadriiformes…..
batten, spital, “Athens of Africa“, morris dance, c-print..

July 3, 2012

walking meditation, oxford comma, Henryk Wieniawski, James Chalmers, maladdress, sockle / plinth, seriatum, lumpectomy, savage,

“Not to want to say, not to know what you want to say, not to be able to say what you think you want to say, and never to stop saying, or hardly ever, that is the thing to keep in mind, even in the heat of composition.”

–Samuel Beckett, Molloy.