Little Sandy

March 3, 2007 on 7:46 pm | In ice age (February 2007) | No Comments

Once at Deep Creek, one is liable to succumb to an aggressive revelry of images that are either alienated in our reality or alienate the viewer from the viewer’s reality. These images are not images, but a multitude of things that do not care about reality; the Earth is not warming, but we are warming; our bodies are not dying but we are dissolving until our body without organs is the totality of our reality. There is no reality. Little Sandy is not a diner. The hats on the wall are not hats with mesh backs but a multitude of realities re-created by every bite of our frozen waffles, reheated just enough to remind us that they have been thawed, and that they, like us, were once under ice.

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