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January 20, 2007

The Present I

The Present I wishes for The Present I Promised. As promised in the Active Object pattern, I just wanted to say thankyou for The Present I. The only power I have to create anything is here in The Present I. Although I want to live, The Present I will work on this, but remove it from my goals. “If it doesn’t exist in some form right now, it never will exist.” I don't mean to sound selfish or ungrateful, but how can I hide my disappointment? Or may The Present I indicate a time-frame which includes The Present I? The Present I has lived here since my youth (and I still do).

Compare The Present I from yesterday to The Presnt I. This is The Present I! This is the exact same item, same color even. The present is The Present I. The Present I gets so many compliments.

I am who I am and you are who you are. That's all there is to it. Does it really matter? Or do we just think it does? The Present I is, as well, the Negative Perfect I and the Perfect I. I points only to the occurrence of the action, whereas The Present I has it's own action and inaction—sitting in traffic, talking with a co-worker—as well as moments when The Present I is 100% there and focused in the present.

I’ve been working on this a lot, to point out first that this tells us something about The Present I and to point out that in this situation—this is part two in a three part series—The Present I is an experience with computers beginning in the late 70's and continuing through to The Present I.

The Present I will talk about the plan for the future, reminisce about the past or just divorce itself from the realities of The Present I and retreat into all the activities which began in the past, but which continue into The Present I. (I have lived here for 6 years.)

As for the recent past within an unspecified time frame, The Present I has to tell you that I have not been a reader. I bought the book and also read that book all in one night. The Present I has to be something that keeps introducing the concept of a state or situation that started in the past and continues up to The Present I. (I have had my shoes for six months) I asked, I realize, only a short time ago how much The Present I misses when living in The Present I. I will say this, Common mortal that I am, I am not well aware of the past, yet The Present I is unmistakably the one who is realizing the Lotus of Truth—wishing for a laser eye so as to burn up all the wrapping paper around it and then be all “It was on fire, I had to un-wrap it to save The Present I."

When I work with The Present I, there is the feeling of a lack of any conclusion. Things remain in flux; assuming that a series of events in the present is concluded, but, The Present I ventures to suppose that at any rate, so far as the claims of science go, The Past I should use The Present I and not regard it with anger or jealousy.

The Present I practices mindful breathing to come back to what is happening in the present moment until The Present I proclaims its wondrous deeds. The Present I will sing of your salvation.

January 17, 2007

Will Alexander's Conduction in the Catacombs at Betalevel

:: Betalevel Events ::

Instantaneous Terrain presents: Conduction in the Catacombs
Friday, January 19 at 8pm and Sunday, January 21 at 6pm
A Reader's Theatre at the Catacombs in Chinatown - Betalevel

Conduction in the Catacombs – a play by Will Alexander

Will Alexander's play Conduction in the Catacombs will show at BetaLevel twice (Friday January 19 at 8 PM and again Sunday January 21 at 6 PM).

The play is a window into the lives of two women outside of conventional society, one of whom orbits the other like a planet round a star!

The play stars Jenny Hodges (as Eurydice) and Stephanie Rioux (as Cortaenia)

With direction by Will Alexander, Mathew Timmons, and Stan Apps

Stage Managing, Sets and Lighting by Allison Carter and Mathew Timmons

Live Music by Jason Brown and Amarnath Ravva

Hope you can make it!

Free (but donations appreciated to support the performance)
Reservations highly recommended as Seating is limited: anathemata[at]sbcglobal[dot]net or 661 253.7716

Also coming soon to Betalevel...
X - Reference
Saturday, January 20 at 8pm

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Directions to Betalevel

1. Find yourself in front of "FULL HOUSE RESTAURANT"
located at 963 N. Hill Street in Chinatown, Los Angeles

2. Locate the narrow alley on the left hand side of Full House.

3. Walk about 20 feet down the alley (away from the street).

4. Stop.

5. Notice dumpster on your right hand side.

6. Take a right and continue down the alley.

7. Exercise caution so as not trip on the wobbly cement blocks underfoot

8. The entrance to Betalevel is located 10 yards down on left side,
behind a red door, down a black staircase.

January 12, 2007

The Past I

Blast from The Past I: Responsible for My Personal Growth. I Alone am I. I am proud of the past. I am at peace with the present. And I am excited about the future, which holds, as always, America's brightest days... and mine. My finest Relic From The Past I draws a picture of mountain mystery Used & Interesting. A quick read from the Tales of The Past I Story-Line reveals beautiful "wildflower meadows," bracelets and a matching necklace which arrived today from The Past I Story-Line—it's like playing Pictionary with The Past I in Prehistoric Museums of used Museums.

The President held a press conference from the Rose Garden yesterday to discuss our two top priorities—the safety of the American people and The Past I—covering what to do if you get hit by a car… but what if you get hit (and seriously injured)? This rare scenario just came up, causing so much pain to The Past I. I guess what hold’s me back is learning to see the diffence in remembering and letting go. It’s hard not to look back to The Past I, and when I argue for the logical possibility of travel into the past, I do not… I mean, Previously when I've thought about time travel, The Past I is Outside my View: The Past I is the Prisoner of The Past I. The Past I Watches for more than just “good enough” and engages in learning how to accomplish The Past I, obsessing all day long about social anxieties. The Past I hates meeting new people because it dreads the thought of Adding Data from The Past I. Data from The Past I—from The Past I. The Past I to The Past I—providing some community information. The simple Future in The Past I should go. The perfect Future in The Past I should be going.

I live The Past I and just can't seem to let go of the fact that my best friend, which I've known since childhood, is drifting from me since we live far a part. The Family of The Past I. The life course revolution. The American family past time—Divorce and the changing status of The Past I. The Past I has seen some really really interesting stuff like that and the root cause was The Romantic Revival—The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes, showing the Diverse Interests of The Past I: such as Indigenous Peoples, Human Burials, and Affected Parties. Many different groups are stakeholders in the past, in the Treasure of The Past I—the Data Space Endpoint for - Knowledge, Information, and Raw Data.

Blast to The Past I! One gets carried away with the delight of The Past I, such a form (such a body). The Past I had such a feeling. The Past I had such a Growing generative friendship with The Past I.