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Tuesday, September 24, 2002
Paynter Loses It Entirely
It was bound to happen. Stretched to the breaking point by my repeated bogus promises to do an interview on Sandbag Turk, not to mention his placement at the ass-end of my blogroll for unspecified crimes against women (how could he have done that to sweet little Gretchen Pirillo?!), poor Frank has finally lost it. As in snapped. As in slipped the surly bonds of earth. He seems to have been hallucinating again. Thinking he's been seeing body parts appearing on and disappearing from my blog. "I see intermittent pussy," said Paynter when questioned. This is a common symptomatic precursor to full-blown dementia praecox.
He writes: "One also assumes that RB and Her Anonymousity are okay with this teasing!"
Ask your momma, Frank. She told me it was cool.
"And of course," he adds parenthetically, "the underlying assumption to all of this is that the tree is actually falling in this particular forest."
Unsure as to which particular forest Frank has been frequenting of late, I can only surmise that he is speculating about whether "Her Anonymousity" a) exists, b) is a figment of my imagination, c) is the erstwhile newage artchick, d) is Dave Winer in drag, e) is sweet little Gretchen Pirillo, f) I have forgotten to take my meds again, or g) is my virtual dream lover for real with whose various body (mind, and other ineffable) parts I have unexpectedly yet utterly fallen in love.
The answer will be fully revealed (over her dead body, she says) in my forthcoming Dunghill Trope interview, on which I am already hard at work. No, really.
"Back to my bond analysis," Paynter ends the item.
Good idea, Frank. Glad I'm outta the market.
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