[NetBehaviour] f / 0 / m ==> m / 0 / f

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Thu Apr 3 07:06:03 CEST 2008




f / 0 / m ==> m / 0 / f

Looking up www.alansondheim.org first
Looking up www.alansondheim.org
Making HTTP connection to www.alansondheim.org
Sending HTTP request.
HTTP request sent; waiting for response.
HTTP/1.1 200 OK

lynx: Can't access startfile http://www.alansondheim.org/machinen.mp4
You can.
m / 0 / f with transplant emanent f / 0 / m
too many solitary figures
fantasy of masturbation accessing the imaginary
transplant emanent with body fragments replaced
transplant emanent = sex-maschine = inaccessible
sex-machine = nothing

Vishuddi Magga vi:

And then, when any such bits of it as head hairs, body hairs, nails, teeth, 
spittle, snot, excrement or urine have dropped off the body, beings will not 
touch them; they are ashamed, humiliated, and disgusted. But as long as any one 
of these things remains in it, though it is just as repulsive, they take it as 
agreeable, desirable, permanent, pleasant, self, because they are wrapped in 
the murk of ignorance and dyed with affection and greed for self. (trans. 
Bhikkhu Nanamoli)

A proof of this is the fact that when any part of the body becomes detached, 
as, for instance, the hair of the head, hair of the body, nails, teeth, phlegm, 
snot, faeces, or urine, people are unwilling so much as to touch it, and are 
distressed at, and ashamed of, and loathe it. But in respect of what remains, 
though that is likewise repulsive, yet men are so wrapped in blindness and 
infatuated by a passionate fondness for their own selves, that they believe it 
to be something desirable, lovely, lasting, pleasant, and an Ego. (trans. Henry 
Clarke Warren)


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