16 November 2008


My mother said something interesting about this new push Sister GERTRUDE AND HARRY THE HAT SEEM TO HAVE ABOUT GETTING THIS AMERICAN SOCIALISM FOR THE RICH TO BURN THROUGH THE IMPERIAL TREASURY WITH A NEROIAN SPEED. Why were they suddenly so willing and needing to work with Bush, she asked, though to be fair, despite the left and its demonetization of Bush, I saw Nancy and Hilly and Harry and all the rest of the American Socialists go droopingly along that marvelous road of slipping imperialism, as in I didn't see any of these truest Imperial assholes , outside of the occasional rally with dimwits or talk shows run by noble gay hags who cry for dogs and let their writers eat cake, put up any virtuous Catonian fuss. Hell, Christ himself voted for Fisa, so, God bless America, and all...Something bothers me in the demonetization of Bush, in that this crew of cardinals never seemed willing to, as a senator is educated to do, or was meant to do, or at least was once, to vote No every so often.

Why not wait for Gesu himself, Madame Pollozzi, rather than push another hated bill down anyone's throat, as it were. A Note, though, also while the collected fags scream and hiss about gay marriage, their champions in the Senate seem more attuned to giving car executives a merriest of bonus Christmases, everyone, don't they...?Instead of having a new set of college of cardinals again tell the rabble what is right and what is not--the left does amazingly replicate the Roman catholic church in more way than it would like or admit--just have your new triumvirate make gay marriage legal...? Lets just have that vote, instead of the fun spare protests, where white women get to histrionically think they are blacks who love jazz and such shit. Just have your heroes come and raise a pink standard in their faux Roman senate and stand and say, yes, yes, I believe in fairies, and gay marriage will live again, and fly off with garland and wings...Oh, the age of faggots being put down as ''too stoic'' by married off matrons and the middlebrows was a long time ago, with that homo and his sad Aeneas and hidden eggs and such...just demand your heroes, and thy new pope and college, like Erkle and Pollozzi, who dutifully snickered with Ellen, damn demand they, not Carter appointees, but men who must stand and be voted on, make it legal. Demand, ye faggots, sing you sinners, that they show up and say the love you....like they always seem more than willing to contropostally do on Columbus day.But then, for all their rhetoric, I have seen the newly recessiatated Clintons at more Columbus days than I ever have seen them at fag days, gay marriage protests or abortion rallys for that matter.

I have ripped apart about twelve pages of MS, again, feeling I had allowed too much dc poison to pool within some cracks already shown in my becoming less than Romanly heroic, or for that matter, Roman minded pages. The Superman-Rocket man pages, along with Batman -Mister Raven, for a second time, were the first to go out. I don't tear things apart like I used too, having used the trick of ''cut and paste'' , which was taught to me as being a art in itself by a weary comic book pro a few months back. I carefully tear that which I wish to save off the page onto which it was glued, or if not possible, make a quick sketch by pressing the page itself against the computer monitor with a piece of lighter newsprint atop that.There has been in me a natural distaste for comics always, especially the house of Stan, and have disliked most comics if not done by CC Beck, Wayne Boring , whom I am now a devotee of, or heavy metalized Serprieri, and great Jack Davis work. The triumvirate of Eisner, Kirby and Ditto Ditko leaves me cold. I just felt I was getting to ''Marvelly'' in my work, which I always considered a prerogative, and and though it was something which apparently was out of the great Raphael of comics, Kingfish Kirby himself's ability, I have to say, I have never found it to be that big a deal or an accomplishment to draw Superman's head.

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