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Monday, March 25, 2013

Einsatz für Pessach

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: — m759 @ 6:00 PM

Today's New York Times :

"… potential recruits with the right skills
have too often been heading for business,
and those who do choose government work
often go to the National Security Agency…."

Review: Einsatz in this journal—

IMAGE- German title of 'The Recruit' is 'Der Einsatz'; the MacGuffin is 'Ice 9.'

The German title of "The Recruit" (released Jan. 31, 2003)
is "Der Einsatz." Its MacGuffin is "'Ice 9."

Brightness at Noon

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: — m759 @ 12:00 PM

The two symbols on the monolith from yesterday

Images of time and eternity in a 1x4x9 black monolith

— may, if one likes, be interpreted as standing for
Damnation Morning and for the Windmill of Time
(alternately, as motifs for a ukara cloth).

The above explanation may help those confused by
knight's-move discourse like that described by
Jemima in The Eiger Sanction .

Art Wars:

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: — m759 @ 11:11 AM

Monolith for Maggie, continued from yesterday

"The young woman counted—
'Otu, abua, ato, ano, ise, isii, asaa'—
using what remained to her of
the secret language…."

— Opening sentence of the prologue to The Choir Boats,
a 2009 novel by Daniel A. Rabuzzi

The piano link in today's previous post suggests a review
of a post from Feb. 11, 2008. That post suggests in turn
a passage from the Trevanian classic The Eiger Sanction
that says, in part…

"Often it was unnecessary to finish a sentence…."

The Dante Prize

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: — m759 @ 7:59 AM

(Damnation Morning, continued)

For the late, great Bebo Valdés, who
reportedly died on Friday in Stockholm:

Trailers from Hell: Joe Dante on 'The Prize'

"Mr. Valdés never returned to Cuba. He played piano
in Stockholm hotel lounges for more than three decades."

— Ben Ratliff in this morning's New York Times

"Heaven for climate, Hell for company."

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