Saturday

NOTES [*quack*]:

-I think we really do need aluminum foil hats. (And aluminum foil cup supporters.)

-I don’t have cable TV, right, so I have to rely on the faint signal that my little rabbit ear antenna receives. Every time I open up my laptop, the signal on my TV goes fuzzy. [Is the phrase ‘electronic interference’ simply a less frightening terminology used to refer to radiation...?] And somehow the internet has leapt from its wires and into my iBook... and other people’s songs are now appearing in my iTunes application. ...and you know how when you leave your cell phone sitting next to your computer at work - and you get a call or a text message - and you hear this weird, critical mass, eminent death by radioactivity sound?

U.S. Patent No. 3,951,134 (issued Apr. 20, 1976) “Apparatus for and method of sensing brain waves at a position remote from a subject whereby electromagnetic signals of different frequencies are simultaneously transmitted to the brain of the subject in which the signals interfere with . . .”

...miasma of signal and electronic interference. . . Finally, we are unable to go outside at all. If you step outside, your brain activity and self control will be washed away like a flashlight beam at noon, washed away by waves and waves of signal and interference in the outside air. So we just sit at home, in the middle of the floor, in copper cages singing songs to each other.

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