Thursday, October 1, 2009

Gave Up on Having to Be Correct

conjunctions
그리고, "and"
지만, "but"
which are damn useful

little yellow buses with the students in them, their automatic sliding doors that play Beethoven, mostly sliding only after the buses start moving

subway system with its voices in three different languages: target audience(s)

last night, you: cricket should be played without points, just who can close everything first

this afternoon, Wallace, "E unibus pluram: Television and U.S. Fiction," A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again, p. 67: "Irony, entertaining as it is, serves an almost exclusively negative function. It's critical and destructive, a ground-clearing… But irony's singularly unuseful when it comes to constructing anything to replace the hypocrisies it debunks."

thus a considered restructuring of "Exeunt Omnes"

a bit of raised sidewalk for the blind to follow, here and in Dalian

Pluto Class: "Why you Korea come?"

yesterday: a sudden revulsion toward learning Korean

ideal writing and learning environment: three tables covered with open books

the conjugation of verbs in English according to about whom one is talking
the conjugation of verbs in Korean according to to whom one is talking
the conjugation of verbs in Chinese

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