spend my night, and my day talking to you. answering. allegedly silent words vocalised in the form of a car radio v/o reverbing in vice city cortexia
huge signs, pointing yourside stuck in a synaptical traffic jam two vehicles ahead some emotional 3-axis lorry gets unexpected flat tyre tolls collectors inexplicably happy
enormous videowalls, alternating your form, one or another taking turns, alien to familiar, advertising salvation be it packed or simply serviced and then come the trailers of imaginary prose, my character, yours, a psychodrama then a sports underdog story
temptress, broken favourite pieces, i4, gottlob, haircut, alone creative, we must, broadband, vespa, ahead, bios and various other words parade a flickering red led display indicator, some sort of unintelligible (ha) value system is clearly in place
and then they are spotted. two imposing enormous cranes, and a peculiar helicopter shouting encoded instructions over the loudspeakers numerous handlers, forklift drivers and lay labourers running about commited to the task a whole partition of the road is at this very momment being relocated, connecting a high bridge, with a previously inaccesible pasture
over and above the err...sea
no need to talk i guess, about no thing. we already speak. no need to talk
"There exists" Proffesor Flugel observes, " a very general association on the one hand between the notion of mind, spirit or soul and the idea of the father or of masculinity and on the other hand between the notion of the body or of matter (materia - that which belongs to the mother) and the idea of the mother or of the feminine principle. The repression of the emotions and feelings relating to the mother[in our Judeo-Christian monotheism] has, in virtue of this association, produced a tendency to adopt an attitude of distrust, contempt, disgust or hostility towards the human body, the Earth and the whole material Universe with a corresponding tendency to exalt and overemphasize the spiritual elements, whether in man or in the general scheme of things. It seems very probable that a good many of the more pronouncedly idealistic tendencies in philosophy may own much of their attractiveness in many minds to a sublimination of this reaction against the mother, while the more dogmatic and narrow forms of materialism may perhaps in their turn represent a return of the more repressed feelings originally connected with the mother"