Title: Re: FLUXLIST: the hangars liquides interview
Ah yes! one of my two favorite books of all time. It is most wonderful, and I have I think much similar impulses to that crazy guy Melville. Now if I could only find people to bring my meals to the door of my room while I write . . .

On 7/9/06 11:57 PM, "clifford" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

this reminds me of the openin' of Moby Dick , when the protagonist(?) says when he gets to feeling violent it 's time to take a trip to sea. and he does just that, and thus begins the great trip of Moby Dick itself...

On 06/07/06, Ann Klefstad <[EMAIL PROTECTED]  <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > wrote:
On 7/5/06 6:45 PM, " [EMAIL PROTECTED] <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]> "

> Do you often happen to think that you could punch a very friendly person in
> front of you in the middle of a conversation, without any reason, just like
> that? If so, what do you feel when you think about it?
I realize I oughta get out of town. Time for a long walk with a backpack.

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