teepee town . . .
U-u-u-uh . . . speaking of Gerald Vizenor . . . tricky trickster discoursing discussing trickster in fourth person . . . and “trickster chaos” WTF?? . . . a “double-other” ? a “storier” ? . . . sounds like “Fringe” or . . . “Lost” . . . what would academics do or be without “critical thought”?
I read “Almost Browne” one of Vizenor’s short stories and it was readable and somewhat amusing , but when i got to the next story . . . regurgitation of “Almost Browne” . . . and when I saw a photo of Jacques Lacan . . . HOLY CRAP !! . . . I thought I was looking at Vizenor . . . that’s V on the bottom or is he the one on top . . .
“. . . is/will teepee town B the new REZ?
The chain of signification
is charged with high voltage dog collar
to keep those who wear the chain in line . . .
>W. Richard West< in white buckskin suit
with teepee town headdress
speaks of "tribal survivance"
coined by Gerald Vizenor
mouthed by those
politically correct brown-nose . . .
striking a pose . . . "shadow casting" . . .
worm castings . . .
“postindian” scholar inventor . . .
formulating whistle to lift skirts . . .
the bullshit “trickster” allusion mythos . . .
in the “fourth” person . . .
the double-other storier . . .
stoner stoned on stale air.”
(R. Stewart, 2012)
I’m going to be using these symbols “>” and “<" for things or people (signified) who/that don't meet MY (signifier) criteria for boldface text . . .
Roland Barthes . . . Saussure . . . the signifier and the signified maybe . . . Jacques Lacan . . . I don’t think so . . . I read Levi-Strauss . . .
p.s. I can talk this shit because I’m a duly enrolled federally recognized long tail of the caucus tribal member . . . under the influence of the Adventures of Alice . . . and I only knew one Alice . . . personally . . . she was older . . . always telling me a “story” about a woman who had great big pussy but a little bitty hole . . . or was that a GREAT, big pussy . . . only the woman possessor will know for certain . . . an invitation to a party?? h-m-m-m maybe, go ask Alice . . .