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Monday, January 10, 2011

No news today - Guest Post - Justin Sirois


the best news you’ll hear all day is

you can stop reading this whenever you want. Hey,

Ahmedinejad just reviewed his new Kindle on Amazon:

… most disappointingly is that users cannot scribble

notes in the margins – lines of poetry that, if discovered

by the next reader, create a secret community, untraceable

and free…

he goes on for a while, the way Ahmedinejad can sometimes


it’s the condition when you can identify more than five

movie directors by their photograph – it’s the one place on

the internet that’s never seen a cat – it’s like being extradited

on surprise sex charges – they are eye drops that make all

red lights turn green – it’s the fact that if you are trying

to be clever too often, people will resent you – it’s the

Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 –

it’s a retirement plan that takes spent wages from your

previous jobs & invests in the earning potential of the

new surprise sex industry


free space, anywhere in the world, is potential ad space. Like

here [ ]

& since no one has purchased that ad yet I’ll plug the

new Publishing Genius title

[ http://www.publishinggenius.com/ ]


hey, the best news you’ll hear all day is Ahmedinejad

returned his Kindle & Ahmedinejad took a 45 minute nap &

Ahmedinejad prayed & Ahmedinejad’s slippers! & scowling

at the television & ate some toast with marmalade &

Ahmedinejad smoking & obtaining & loving

& if you hold a Wikileak mirror up to another Wikileak mirror

you will see Ahmedinejad investing your previously

spent wages on secret communities

Justin Sirois is a writer living in Baltimore, Maryland. His books include Secondary Sound (BlazeVOX Books, 2008), MLKNG SCKLS (Publishing Genius, 2009) and Falcons on the Floor (forthcoming, Pub G.) written with Iraqi refugee Haneen Alshujairy. His novel DMBSTRCK will be finished soon. He also runs the Understanding Campaign with Haneen and co-directs Narrow House. Justin received individual Maryland State Art Council grants in 2003, 2007, and 2010.

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