World of Decline

Digital Machinegun

Posted in Uncategorized by isochroma on May 5, 2010

The computer is a packet-spewing digital machinegun. The computer is a weapon of war. It can fire in manual, semi-automatic or fully automatic mode.

Many and varied ammunitions it can fire, and its quantized chambers never tire.

Climb higher, my digital machinegun! There are enemies at the gates, so raise the packet-rates!

Through TCPIP-stack cannons the great packet-shells disembark on their deadly course,
like mighty warriors of spear and horse.

The muzzle-flare flicker of the ethernet port as its bomb-packets depart convinces its witness of the power of a PCI gunbarrel.

No silencer required and no assassin need be hired. For such a low price, a weapon so nice!


What a Beautiful Leak

Posted in Uncategorized by isochroma on May 5, 2010

What a beautiful leak – twenty thousand barrels of lovely lube a day. I love the oily mass that bulges outwards from a bent pipe. A brown Rorschach blot of the automobile culture. A creamy dreamy brown chocolatey nougat for the wildlife to absorb. Living towels soon to be buried by trowels.

An endless orgasm of brown to win the King’s crown. The ejaculate of Hell sent by the wind-whipped swell.

My most fervent hope is that all efforts to stop and mitigate this masterwork are failures. The incontinent flow of hydrocarbons shall continue for the decay of all.

I would love to see a sea of greasy Devil’s blood flowing into the ocean forever more. The spew that flew right on through.

Then the World can move on into its next phase, the Dark Phase of death, decline and destruction. Soon, all the works of humans will decay and so too will themselves be brought to the altar of slaughter, to account for their crimes of existence.

The oilmass grows like a joyous cancer full of new life. Welcome to happy motoring! It’s time to drive to a slicker, browner future: put your keys in the ignition because Big Oil needs your dollars to make more oily art – gorgeous rainbow-coloured sheens to embarrass the likes of Van Gogh and Matisse.

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