by Laszlo Q. V. St-J. Xalieri
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Beaming you sights and sounds from the streets of Manhattan. Or wherever else I happen to be.
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Ah, cranky old Burroughs. Liked Junkie a lot and the opening of the Naked Lunch but most of all, loved Kerouac's depiction of him in On The Road.
Is this one witten using that random text technique of his?
There are some sequences where the cut-ups technique shows through -- a day or two's worth of events, and then a dream state that has snippets shuffled together.... I'm not quite halfway through yet, but I've finally found the source of that old quote, "There is nothing more provocative than minding your own business."
(P) what's this?