i think it's time to declare the "[x] is love" meme to be out of hand when i stumble across an original 'marriage is love' and think, "hey, that's a weird one" a second before memory kicks in.

When does something stop being a reference to one thing and becomes instead a self-perpetuating reference to itself? (words are like that. remember the "terrist" thing?.) memes flop around and fold into their own gummy cathedrals, locking out the original architect. I suppose that's why I don't get hung up on the whole 'intellectual property' nonsense. the individual is built through a conceptual metametropolis, regurgitates a few flying buttresses (if it's lucky), and melts to fraily, worm-eager mud. names do stick around sometimes, and folk seem to hold that to be a lofty goal-- indeed, there is an appellatory orgy, with people wishing their names to be carved into rocks and monuments and road signs and cookie brands and battleship maneuvres. but [with the exception of gravestones?] the name ceases to identify the individual but rather the named entity. L'Hospital is not a person to me. [...],... this is largely bullshit, and I'm wasting time. so I'll go waste time elsehow.
notyourbroom: (confuse a cat)
idea: when I wish to speak with someone,
but they are currently speaking to someone else,
I shall hail them by interjecting "Fukui-san!".

also, I just looked at my Tags list,
and wtk.
I GUESS 'S' FEELS THAT IT IS SPECIAL.
someday,
when once the sun
sinks

in the west,
i shall construct the Library
of Loud, Loud Noises

...

Meet me there.

//



and since I probably should have given elucidation when t'was due,
I'll toss an anchor out to this.

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