- Art Museum
Discussion of the verbal and literary utility of pigs – swearing, simile, metaphor and other literary devices in which pigs are used in a non-literal way to achieve an effect beyond the range of ordinary language.
15th April, 2011
Every time a pig is sold an angel gets its wings.
27th February, 2010
Memories are essential points of departure for the choices we make in our lives. However we see life, most all of it is memory. The exception being that brief present moment that, like a greased hog in a pen, that runs by so fast you often can’t catch it. The memories that we can hold on to make us the individuals that we are.
Posted in Representation, Soapbox, Update, Vocabulary | Tagged attic, greased hog, Gurth, instinct, library, memory, mnemonic device, random access memory, snuggery, SPAM, wrestling | Leave a response
14th June, 2009
Subvert your fear of the H1N1 Snoutbreak. Clothe yourself in fashionable armor that announces your indifference. Socio-industrial collapse? Baaah!
Posted in Culture, Representation, Vocabulary | Tagged aporkalypse, armor, clothing, crackling, Dark Ages, DNA, H1N1, hamageddon, hamdemic, haute couture, hog, influenza, mutation, New Pig Corporation, partisan, Partners In Grime, pink plague, re-assortment, snoutbreak, socio-industrial collapse, swine flu, t-shirt, tie, viral plague, virus | 2 Responses
18th April, 2009
Here two small adventures illustrative of life as a human imagining life as a pig. Pilgrims or hedonists, you decide…
Posted in Representation, Soapbox, Vocabulary | Tagged 60 Minutes, BBC, CBS, Dolly Parton, Dr. Dolittle, duality, Elysian Mysteries, hedonist, life as a pig, Morley Safer, My Life as an Animal, pilgrim, Richard da Costa, suckling | 1 Response