Ivan Ivanovich Bartek 日 14/05/2018 · agentcooper89 No comments

EXTREMISM IN OUR COMMUNITY

As the country comes together, entranced, with a horror unseen since a wave of shootings in the 1980s, it is becoming harder to untangle the myth of Edwin Godwinsen from the reality. According to the Toronto Star, the teen’s path to extremism dates to his early years, when he showed signs of alienation. Mr. Black, chief psychiatrist at Toronto East Detention Centre, has written in the Journal for the Study of Remission that Godwinsen’s childhood fits the classic paradigm for 21st-century adult criminality. While his profile shows a highly predictive marker of high-risk youths — a predilection towards video games — it also shows more insidious signs.

Jesse Miksic 日 07/05/2018 · agentcooper89 No comments

RISING HEAT INTO FALLING LEAVES

With fear

And the fascination due some
Wriggling arthropod darting
Across toes and arches, into
A gap in the baseboard

Through a dim arrowslit
At a spyglass distance,
Pulsating, out of reach

At the trembling tip
Of an afflicted pointer finger
Extended in withdrawal

Lee Levinson 日 30/04/2018 · agentcooper89 No comments

VIOLENCE, IT’S WHAT’S EATING YOUR DINNER

A widespread culling spanning generations to mask the acceleration of the mortality rate. Festering newer headcases with each automized lesson plan, our overseers are live in the field. Each new massacre brought to you in real-time loses its sparkle before the next one has time to get the ball rolling. Toddlers tainted from day 1 for no longer getting a day off of school unless the death toll reaches 1000.

Germán Sierra 日 23/04/2018 · agentcooper89 No comments

CONTROL SUBJECT

The zero/zero machine sun navigates through the arcane orchid storm, stares into the brain-rotten city, yellow-tints the land like a sulphuric tide, feeds dogs and rats with early-morning nightmares. The CONTROL SUBJECT drives his car to a vanishing point where the cardboard city folds over itself, dissapearing in collapsing plane-angles, passes a detouring test and then takes the electric-deadly westbound highway, presumably to neurohell.

Sean Kilpatrick 日 13/04/2018 · agentcooper89 No comments

SATANIC HAMLET, STARRING AUBREY PLAZA

Stealing away during her first season run on Legion (dreamily mainstream comic book Hamlet), Aubrey Plaza (no script, no contract, no paycheck, encouraged only by a newfound devotion to art, a door opened in her after playing too many approximately edgy antiheroes) stars as the maddest version of Hamlet ever committed to screen.