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4 avril 2008 5 04 /04 /avril /2008 06:19

Q: When is a road less traveled?
A: When too many Situationists sit around and drink all day.

 

Q: How many Situationists does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Zero. They all have day jobs and don't need lights.

Q: Why did the Situationist list cross the road, close-eyed, with nary but a light bulb in his/her mind?
A: To see if the Spectacle passed its driving test, as in the ultimate reversal of perspective: "the spectacle exists therefore I am".

 

Q: Why did the Situationist 'cross the road'?
A: Because Guy told him he'd be expelled if he didn't.

Q: Why is the Situationist (above) referred to as "he"?
A: Because, like 'mash-and-thrash rock', that's all he attracted.

Q: Why did a first Situationist 'cross the road'?
A: Because Guy's first wife ordered him to sleep with her, and he did.
   
Q: Why did a second Situationist 'cross the road'?
A: Because Guy's second wife ordered him to order his girlfriend to sleep with her, and he didn't.
   
Q: When is the 'road' [as in 'hit the road'] less traveled?
A: When the 'imaginarily non-hierarchical' hierarchical Situationists sit around in cafés all day drinking, and don't have the dis-alienated time to expel anyone.

Q: How many Situationists does it take to change a light bulb?
A:  If  'changing a light bulb' is already in everyone's head, why do it at all?

Q: Really, how many Situationists does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Zero. They all have day jobs, or classes, are at the café, or are expelling each other - and find lights inauthentic.

Q: How many light bulbs fit into the 'thought' light bulb's socket over a Situationist's head?
A: None. But the question approached the spectacular.

Q: What do you get when you cross a road with a light bulb?
A: An out-of-touch Situationist temporarily-halted from re-living his/her 'top one moments' to mutter "shitr".



Christopher GRAY

 

 

 

 

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