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Sep. 26th, 2008

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/3159813.stm

Doctor slang

Sep. 11th, 2008

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http://www.nature.com/news/2008/080909/full/news.2008.1091.html

Aug. 2nd, 2008

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"He said that the light of the world was in men’s eyes only for the world itself moved in eternal darkness and darkness was its true nature and true condition and that in this darkness it turned with perfect cohesion in all its parts but that there was naught there to see. He said that the world was sentient to its core and secret and black beyond men’s imagining and that its nature did not reside in what could be seen or not seen. He said that he could stare down the sun and what use was that?"

Quote from Cormac McCarthy: The Crossing.

Fits perfectly with a idea that I've had in my head since 2006. The character who bleaches his eyes.

Work on it.

Jul. 6th, 2008

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http://vince-charming.blogspot.com/

Jesus....there's a whole hoard of these fucking misogynist losers out there. They even have their own nomenclature 'AFC', 'Kino', 'F-close'. What the fuck it means I don't know...but I'm determined to find out. These kind of low-lying scumbags, people attempting to elevate and better themselves by, essentially, degrading their personalities...that's exactly the kind of stuff I'm all about.

Hopelessness only breeds more hopelessness. There's no escaping who you really are.

These people are in the bag and brewing...

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Five thirty in the morning and a grey wind scours across the Stratford Broadway. It bisects around the shooping centre, and pours down the gyratory in both directions, wantonly ignoring the one-way system,  before the two streams converge again into a single bluster. It is at this confluence that I stand, shivering and damp, waiting for a strangely packed 29 to shuttle me to work. The bus is always rammed with low-level workers like myself - cleaners and custodians mostly - the scum at the foot of society who have to rise early in order to make sure everthing is spic and span for the arrival of those people who've managed to gain jobs that require their working environment to be clean upon their arrival.

First labour of the year. Terrible. 12 hours in the cold and the rain guesstimating the length of queues of traffic for some unknown client. Rose at 3 in the morning, back home at 8 in the evening. A proper day’s work, like your grandfather would tell you about when you whined about how tough office life is, if only your grandfather wasn’t dead alrady. Basically I spent the entire day standing at a junction willing someone to crash into someone else, just to brighten up my day: the more fatal the better. Emergency services, wrecks and fire, cutting equipment, cradles and stretchers, drips, sirens, blood and tears, movement and colour and the sound of screaming. Entertainment. It didn’t happen. Seems that I’m just not worth dying for. How disappointing - another Hollywood myth shattered.

Part of my heart did gain some warmth from the knowledge that the winds and rains that were buffeting me were part of a larger maelstrom that was wreaking havoc across Europe entire. I was part of something big and important, even if only as a minor victim.

Jul. 2nd, 2008

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http://gunnerspickupdiary.blogspot.com/

This pathetic specimen of humanity will definitely be used/abused/hacked apart. Perfect material.

Association for the Alignment of Past Life Experience, Biography of Dr. Morris Netherton

Dr Morris Netherton, his mindless ideas, his case studies and his unlikely sidekick Dr Ray Doktor (http://www.wholeminds.com/web/) are definitely a short story in their own right. Everything is set.


Also...have formed the Tweedledee/Tweedledum scene in mind. Really need to find my copy of Alice in Wonderland. And some shonky erotic literature.

May. 31st, 2008

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Lawyers for a British man accused of murdering his wife and baby daughter have failed in their last-ditch attempt to get the case moved or dismissed, after insisting he could not get a fair trial.

Neil Entwistle, prosecutors claim, was a sex and violence-obsessed man who shot his young wife and nine-month old daughter in their home in a Boston suburb.

Next Monday sees jury selection begin for a trial which is widely expected to be one of the most lurid and disturbing the court in Woburn, Massachusetts, has ever witnessed and likely to attract fevered media attention.

Court papers filed by the district attorney's office this week painted a picture of a 29-year-old intent on trawling websites to fulfil his voracious sexual appetite, and who went on looking for sex after the killings. The papers claim that Mr Entwistle spent his time devising internet scams and setting up pornographic websites.

Judge Diane Kottmeyer refused Mr Entwistle's lawyers plea to dismiss the charges or to move the trial from the area of Massachusetts where the killings took place, because of intense media coverage.

The defence also wanted the judge to exclude evidence prosecutors gathered since the unemployed computer programmer was arrested in London in February 2006. The judge said she would rule later whether prosecutors could introduce evidence about Mr Entwistle's visits to website for escort services.

Prosecutors claim that Mr Entwistle, who had been struggling with mounting financial problems having been unable to find work in the United States, returned to the rented family home in the picturesque New England town on 20 January 2006 and shot his American wife Rachel, 27, and daughter Lillian Rose with his father-in-law's gun.

He killed his wife, they claim, fearful she would find out about his secret life of mounting debt, business scams and a fixation with internet escort agencies.

Within hours, he had bought a plane ticket and the following morning he headed home to Britain, back to his parents' home in Worksop, Nottinghamshire.

Mrs Entwistle was found two days later, curled up with her baby clutched to her chest. The little girl had been shot through the stomach and the mother in the head. Mr Entwistle was arrested on the London Underground less than three weeks later and extradited to the US.

The court papers claim that, upon his arrest, he was carrying a page torn from a newspaper with hundreds of advertisements for women "providing a variety of escort and sexual services" as well as handwritten notes indicating he was trying to get in touch with an ex-girlfriend and planned to sell his story to the highest bidder.

"Evidence that the defendant was actively seeking an adulterous sexual relationship ... tends to establish the defendant's apparent dissatisfaction with his sex life with his wife, and are therefore relevant to the jury's consideration of the defendant's motive to commit the crimes," prosecutors said in the latest court filing.

It is claimed he posted a graphic naked picture of himself on the internet shortly before the murders, explaining that he was looking for "a bit more fun in the bedroom", searched sites on ways to kill with a knife, and had lost several hundred dollars gambling.

The couple met nine years ago at the University of York, married in 2003 and moved to the US.

Yesterday, Mr Entwistle's lawyer Elliot Weinstein argued there was "nothing but a loving relationship between Neil and Rachel Entwistle."

Mr Entwistle, who denies the murders, claims he came home to find the gruesome scene and disappeared off to England, distraught and seeking solace from his parents.

Apr. 20th, 2008

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I've been divorced from my laptop for a while - almost forgot this place existed....

Last night - someone else's dream...their intelligence wandered around free from their body as they slept.

Reminded me of a story I'd started writing about a repressed middle aged family man who's libido gets up in the night and writes horrific pornographic stories on the home PC and leaves them lying around...

Must resurrect when I actually start writing again...

Fuck me...if I start writing again...it might've all gone wrong...


Mar. 22nd, 2008

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From Fox News

"An 81-year-old Australian man has shot himself dead with an elaborate suicide robot built using plans he downloaded from the Internet.

The Gold Coast man, who lived alone, left notes of his plans and thoughts as he struggled to come to terms with demands by interstate relatives that he move out his home and into care.

He spent hours searching the Internet for a way to kill himself, downloaded what he needed and then built a complex machine that would remotely fire a gun.

He set the device up in his driveway about 7 a.m. Wednesday, placed himself in front of it and set it in motion.

His notes explained that he chose the driveway as he knew there were tradesmen working next door who would find his body. The plan worked as the workmen heard the gunshots and ran to investigate.

The machine was attached to a .22 semi-automatic pistol loaded with four bullets.

It was able to fire multiple shots into the man's head after he activated it."

Nice....

 

Mar. 13th, 2008

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Wait: no...slight lie below...managed to do a touch of reading yesterday, generated some ideas.

Must remember to read the introduction to the penguin 'Three Gothic Novels' collection.

'The proofs of deaths are statistics and everyone runs the risk of being the first immortal' - Borges. That's a definite steal for a short story. Must read more poetry.

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