The Book of Irving Oddcast, No. 1

January 24, 2020 Our guest today is known online for the Book of Irving 82431, and in real life as a felonious victim of psychosis. We’ve asked him to log some discussion on an upcoming use for integrated technology, and it’s unique potential to implement the future. He imagines a world where humans can be … Continue reading “The Book of Irving Oddcast, No. 1”

Esoterica: Entry 3

I’ve got Too much gold on my head to stay unknown Anonymous travels I roll the way the wind blows Too many swab Trying to form a mutiny But they don’t understand They’re just the new fish in the sea and This ocean ain’t always blue to me So I take what I can get … Continue reading “Esoterica: Entry 3”

The Congener Interludes, Op.1: Sonatina of Intrigue, No. 5

Previous: The Congener Interludes, Op.1: Sonatina of Intrigue, No. 4 “Marvin Gaye” — Charlie Puth, Meghan Trainor He’s as original now as the first of his kind — spaghetti-stained shirt, juice box in his pocket, the note from his mom, pinned to his coat: Special needs, please speak slowly — his disgust towards himself only … Continue reading “The Congener Interludes, Op.1: Sonatina of Intrigue, No. 5”

Esoterica: Entry 2 (Hong Kong Fight Music)

2: Rising up. Nguyen: Back on the street. Tuk: Did Mai time? Mai: Tuk, my Chan says– 2: Nguyen, the dis tense! Nguyen: Now? Chan: I’m back on my feed. Mai: Just a man and his– Chan: Will? Will: 2 survive? 2: So many… Mai: Times? Chan: It happens too fast. Tuk: You change? Mai: … Continue reading “Esoterica: Entry 2 (Hong Kong Fight Music)”

Esoterica: Entry 1

‘Projections of light, billion-years-past, untangle your relic, mechanical means.’ “If knowledge you seek, transmission’s intact, delivered the message from synergist beings.” ‘Abandoned the vessel, channelled the message, traveled the space not in between.’ “Awareness entangled, existence is present, imprinted impression, use to redeem.” ‘Currently fielding, static aligned, resistorless circuit, state undefined.’ “Stated emissive, submitted divine, … Continue reading “Esoterica: Entry 1”

The Grinch Who Saved Christmas

Irving 82431 12-11-19 (30 minute Christmas story in 6000 characters? Nailed it!) The Reindeer weren’t always cannibals. Not before we had Hummers and asphalt. As the state of world deteriorates quickly, Santa’s chained to my bed, becoming Patty Hearst. Four hundred years. That’s how long I’ve been trying to spring a proper trap. I only … Continue reading “The Grinch Who Saved Christmas”

The Congener Interludes, Op. 1: Sonatina of Intrigue, No.4

Previous:  The Congener Interludes, Op.1: Sonatina of Intrigue, No.3 I’ve been here before, many times — in this situation, specifically. Allowing her pink-painted synthetics to take such liberties reminds my pup-pups of busking for Lincolns. Truest in form, safari in thong — she’s loving all my gyrations. Zebra print presenting the prey: delicious, in the … Continue reading “The Congener Interludes, Op. 1: Sonatina of Intrigue, No.4”

The Congener Interludes, Op. 1: Sonatina of Intrigue, No. 3

Previous: The Congener Interludes, Op.1: Sonatina of Intrigue, No. 2 “The people who understand us the least tend to be the ones that hold us back the most.” Attached to the hand of a stranger, some time ago — still fresh in my memory. “Hmm. Interesting. Who was the stranger?” “If you don’t mind, for … Continue reading “The Congener Interludes, Op. 1: Sonatina of Intrigue, No. 3”

The Congener Interludes, Op. 1: Sonatina of Intrigue, No.2

Previous: The Congener Interludes, Op.1: Sonatina of Intrigue, No. 1 You’ve never had a sensei. You seek philosophy and enlightenment. Having also mastered efficiency, I will ask your stupid questions for you. You wonder: Where does one start on the road to success? Does a beginning marker appear at the crossroads of conflict? Should I … Continue reading “The Congener Interludes, Op. 1: Sonatina of Intrigue, No.2”

The Congener Interludes, Op. 1: Sonatina of Intrigue, No. 1

I wake up stiff and dehydrated, with questionable bruising — telltale signs of a drunken battle the night before. My feet find ground and close the distance to the bathroom so I can fix the leak that woke me up. Sleepy hand-eye coordination is no match for that stubborn sprocket. By the time the leaking … Continue reading “The Congener Interludes, Op. 1: Sonatina of Intrigue, No. 1”