Leapdragon 2016 - Aron Hsiao Was Here

After writing a bunch of pages, you need a couple brews.  §

Joe Pine: I guess your long hair makes you a girl.
Frank Zappa: I guess your wooden leg makes you a table.

Oldie-but-goodie
S(t)imulacrum(b)
Sartre
Homophobia

“Borderline individuals are so completely in each mood, they have great difficulty conceptualizing, remembering what it’s like to be in another mood.”

“People with BPD are like people with third degree burns over 90% of their bodies. Lacking emotional skin, they feel agony at the slightest touch or movement.”

“Chronic feelings of emptiness or boredom. Someone with BPD said, ‘I remember describing the feeling of having a deep hole in my stomach. An emptiness that I didn’t know how to fill. My therapist told me that was from almost a ‘lack of a life.'”

“People with BPD are often bright, witty, funny… They may have problems with object constancy. When a person leaves (even temporarily), they may have a problem recreating or remembering feelings of love that were present between themselves and the other… Their lives may be a chaotic landscape of job losses, interrupted educational pursuits, broken engagements, hospitalizations…”

Fuck life, fuck liberty, and fuck the pursuit of happiness. Somebody lock me up, remove any blankets or artificies of clothing, and take away all of my hope.

Nothing in reality is so painful or destructive as hope.

severin says:

You knew Frank Zappa’s daughter!? OMG!!!

I bow to you.

mystic says:

Ride on! Good song…think I’ll go steal a semi-truck and drive 2000 miles….Frank Zappa…now there’s an interesting guy! I went to school with his daughter and somewhere around 1974? she invited me to a party at their place. The entire basement (about the the size of a typical city block) on Mulhulland Drive was an acid trip without dropping a piece of paper. I haven’t yet been to a party that was more fastinating nor have I ever seen another 6 story house where each floor was decorated in the theme of a different era. All of a sudden, I am glad I lived back then.