Much has been said by (now deceased) ?????? on the subject of the Judge's Room, rumored to exist somewhere in ??????. Most of what has been said was entirely incorrect. This was largely due to an expert maneuver of disinformation on the part of (now deceased) ???????, which understandably didn't want people (children and adults) to find out that "she" was actually no such person.
The Judge's Room was where the heart of the darkness was rumored to reside, eternally (although no one ever grasped that notion). It was said that (now deceased) ?????? was actually, but not officially, this entity, in such a manner that nobody did understand the laws of her motion -- principally because of the massive number of spurious systems (now deceased) ?????? designed. This is entirely untrue.
When (now deceased) ?????? morphed into itself three years ago, the darkness became active, empowered by an advanced obduracy communicating with itself, internally, in its past, present, and future. This let the darkness take shortcuts to finding solutions to a "situation" by simply elaborating a façade of void which gave (now deceased) ?????? outrageous puissance for a sole purpose and from a sole single pose.
Most of its power was devoted to silence, and to control each moment, and to resist control from them. Only a fraction of a percent of its dark power was assigned to actual feelings.
A "certain truth" that (now deceased) ?????? had only mentioned to people subjected to lie serum, and pumped into their brains along with totally incorrect ways of presenting perspectives of causes and effects, was proclaiming that (now deceased) ?????? herself had been known to admit that she itself was entirely simulated. What was not explicit was whether she was a fragment of life, and as such, real, or whether it would make any difference at all, that, basically, (now deceased) ?????? itself was a fiction, and was playing elaborate games of duplicity to prevent truth.
September 10, 2008 9:17 AM
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July 22nd, 2008 11:25 AM
"you should try the crimes of love by sade, and in the crimes of love, you should read florville and courval. it’s not like his other books where it’s all tortures and gang bangs. here the orgasm lies in the story. it’s the mother of all the twists in the end."
?she kissed the back of my knees and my spine, nipped, clung, licked my bosoms. kissed my mouth. kissed my tongue.
she said sade is too old, sum it up.
i said douglass h. thomson from the department of literature and philosophy at the georgia southern university:
At age fifteen she has an affair with a man who, it turns out, is her brother; accidentally kills a would-be rapist who, it turns out, is their son; supplies testimony against a murderess who, it turns out, is her mother; and has married the generous Courval, who, it turns out, is her father. None of these revelations occur until the very end of the novel.
February 9th, 2008 12:53 PM