TOM RICHARD: Chapter Eight: Friedrich Nietzche and Michael Jackson A friend and I went to the Arkansas Arts Center yesterday afternoon. It had been awhile – maybe six months – since I last went. People don’t often suspect that Little … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: June 2003
When I was a teenager, I devoted countless hours to watching sitcoms. During a commercial break one night, my dad came into the room and sadly watched a particular commercial that had been played over and over all night. When … Continue reading
Introduction to Coincidence
I’d been wondering what good all this Foucault might do me in the long run, aside from providing theoretical background for The Thesis. Then I ran across this, from So Is It Important to Think?, a 1981 interview with Foucault: … Continue reading
Who was that masked marketeer? Recent Top Secret Communiqu
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The Happy Tutor asks, via email: Why not ask what it is that we all have in common that might enable us to unite under a common banner for common decency? That used to be called “Universalism,” “Glassy Essence,” “Human … Continue reading
What do I wear in bed? Why, Arete, of course. The Happy Tutor responds: But doesn’t the performance of desire require the appropriate props? What better definition of a Brand than “the performance of desire” (“Just Do It!”) … Where … Continue reading
Yesterday’s post has been updated.