From: Damien Broderick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 30 2002 - 03:34:02 MST
At 10:28 AM 1/30/02 +0100, Amara wrote:
>some of Mina Loy's "Aphorisms on Futurism":
Thanks for these, but I always feel this naughty antinomian niggling to
probe the sense or utility of such nuggety utterances by inverting or
otherwise fiddling with them to see if that makes any difference to their
>* The Futurist can live a thousand years in one poem.
I'd rather live a thousand years in one body.
>* In pressing the material to derive its essence, matter becomes
* In pressing the material to derive its essence, theory becomes
>* Time is the dispersion of intensiveness.
Time is the intensiveness of dispersion.
Time is the dispersion of extensiveness.
>* The smallest person is as great as the Universe.
The smallest person is the dispersion of intensiveness.
And so on.
Uh huh, you... don't.. say....
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