Sonic Youth Gossip

Sonic Youth Gossip (http://www.sonicyouth.com/gossip/index.php)
-   Non-Sonics (http://www.sonicyouth.com/gossip/forumdisplay.php?f=5)
-   -   post comething completely irrelevant! (http://www.sonicyouth.com/gossip/showthread.php?t=6857)

h8kurdt 02.25.2020 09:52 PM

What a trip

What. A. Trip.

Bytor Peltor 02.26.2020 05:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by h8kurdt
What a trip

What. A. Trip.



Canít wait to hear all about it!

0404 Wednesday morning on Bourbon St.

 



 

h8kurdt 02.26.2020 09:59 AM

We actually didn't do any of the big parade or bourbon street and the ljke. There was a much smaller one that anyone could be a part of. It was in an area where all the freaks, queers, and general out there people lived so it was kinda fitting. I took some mushrooms and had a bit of a rough time on the parade. I was actually close to ditching and going to bed to hide. However, there was my version of a space coyote on the parade turning up every now and then to guide us. A super fat happy dog with a neckerchief around him. He helped massively :D

After that we went to the pier to level out a bit. As we were walking there we got talking to a woman who was with a group and big self made float in the shape of a giant ass. They were all bar workers and a close friend of theirs named Jerky Jenny had died last year and now they were going to the pier to shoot her ashes out the ass. We stuck around for a while to see that happen. A guy said the most beautiful eulogy that had me bawling and then the ashes shot out. Of course the ashes flew back in our faces but y'know what? I took it as a blessing. We'd never met this woman but there was something beautiful about that.

After that it was some good food, some Molly (I decided the mushrooms weren't the best thing to dabble into again after that morning) drinking and then much dancing on a busy street corner where everyone congregated. For the most part I just wanted to get naked and have a massive threesome with the other two I was with. Alas, it didn't happen. We came close but nah.

A bizarre day with an absolute rollercoaster of emotions.

!@#$%! 02.26.2020 10:04 AM

^^dionysus is pleased

_tunic_ 02.26.2020 10:37 AM

Hahahaha! And that was only the part you still recall, which was about 10%. Fun times indeed, thanks for sharing

choc e-Claire 02.26.2020 02:56 PM

Happy birthday to me. :)

NYCgaf16 02.26.2020 02:57 PM

Happy B-Day Choc!!!

:D :D :D

!@#$%! 02.26.2020 03:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by choc e-Claire
Happy birthday to me. :)

heyyy! RELEVANT! RELEVANT!

happy birthday

so soon already? wow

wishing you a great new year!

Antagon 02.26.2020 03:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by choc e-Claire
Happy birthday to me. :)





Oi! Happy birthday. Have a great one :)

Antagon 02.26.2020 03:33 PM

And to more irrelevant stuff:


Me some time ago: "Early Performance Culture in America" sounds like an interesting lecture, not as drab as all those law-based translation lectures.


Me, a fair amount of incredibly racist, sexist and quite frankly, badly written scripts from the 18th Century later: Oh, fuck off!

!@#$%! 02.26.2020 03:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Antagon
And to more irrelevant stuff:


Me some time ago: "Early Performance Culture in America" sounds like an interesting lecture, not as drab as all those law-based translation lectures.


Me, a fair amount of incredibly racist, sexist and quite frankly, badly written scripts from the 18th Century later: Oh, fuck off!

i think it’s important to look at historical texts to understand representations that both informed and reflected the culture of the times, etc...

but that’s sociology, or cultural history, or something

the problem with literary studies than focus on “theory” (caca) over great texts is that you end up reading a lot of shitty material for purely sociological/historical purposes.

which is not the reason why you started studying literature in the first place...

..and it fast becomes pukeworthy. and obvious. and repetitive.

yep. we’ve been conned by academia.

_tunic_ 02.26.2020 05:26 PM

Happy Birthday Claire!

h8kurdt 02.26.2020 06:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by choc e-Claire
Happy birthday to me. :)


Happy birthday, birthday partner. Xo

Antagon 02.26.2020 06:36 PM

Finally found out what and where that Neon Tunnel I kept seeing in videos/photos/popculture pieces of 1980s NYC was. For some reason I always imagined it having been somewhere in Midtown.

Antagon 02.26.2020 06:42 PM

Also: The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari turned 100 yesterday (it's after midnight here, hence the past tense).

!@#$%! 02.26.2020 08:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by h8kurdt
Happy birthday, birthday partner. Xo

et tu, kurdtus?

i had no idea (or maybe i did...?)

happy birthday yo!

Antagon 02.26.2020 08:40 PM

Oi! Happy Birthday, h8kurdt!

!@#$%! 02.26.2020 09:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by _tunic_
Hahahaha! And that was only the part you still recall, which was about 10%.

also, i almost forgot to say, because i was laughing, youíre fucking hilarious on an everyday basis. thanks.

Bytor Peltor 02.27.2020 03:18 AM

That is one hell of a recap! Gotta love, ďmy version of a space coyote.Ē Matter of fact, Iím probably going to build a mixtape around this theme : )

Nothing like some ass ash smacking you in the face......hard to forget a memory such as that!

Happiest of Birthdays to ya!!!

Quote:

Originally Posted by h8kurdt
We actually didn't do any of the big parade or bourbon street and the ljke. There was a much smaller one that anyone could be a part of. It was in an area where all the freaks, queers, and general out there people lived so it was kinda fitting. I took some mushrooms and had a bit of a rough time on the parade. I was actually close to ditching and going to bed to hide. However, there was my version of a space coyote on the parade turning up every now and then to guide us. A super fat happy dog with a neckerchief around him. He helped massively :D

After that we went to the pier to level out a bit. As we were walking there we got talking to a woman who was with a group and big self made float in the shape of a giant ass. They were all bar workers and a close friend of theirs named Jerky Jenny had died last year and now they were going to the pier to shoot her ashes out the ass. We stuck around for a while to see that happen. A guy said the most beautiful eulogy that had me bawling and then the ashes shot out. Of course the ashes flew back in our faces but y'know what? I took it as a blessing. We'd never met this woman but there was something beautiful about that.

After that it was some good food, some Molly (I decided the mushrooms weren't the best thing to dabble into again after that morning) drinking and then much dancing on a busy street corner where everyone congregated. For the most part I just wanted to get naked and have a massive threesome with the other two I was with. Alas, it didn't happen. We came close but nah.

A bizarre day with an absolute rollercoaster of emotions.


NYCgaf16 02.27.2020 09:52 AM

Happy Bday h8kurdt!


All times are GMT -5. The time now is 10:54 PM.

Powered by vBulletin Version 3.5.4
Copyright ©2000 - 2020, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
All content ©2006 Sonic Youth