Fotsch on Film
Sunday, November 29, 2009
The brokenness of giant inequality, the properness of generosity to the poor, reveals itself to be Heironymus Bosch. The masses deservingly degrade themselves in the slop of aristocratic wealth because the lust for crumbs overwhelms easily the monstrous life of society's worms.
Perversion infiltrates liberty from the founding of the French nation to the current sickness legitimating the killing in Afghanistan. The search for obscenity does not find obscurity in the absence of lost children but in the absurd truth that we find in the pursuit of nothingness.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Kitty corner to Mount Zion Temple, the 150 year old Saint Paul congregation, meeting place for a subcultural second Minnesota world, is Kowalski's on Grand Avenue and the Short Line now called Ayd Mill Road, which used to be a Red Owl Supermarket where we would buy hamburger and Campbell's mushroom soup for Wednesday night hotdish.