Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Story by JJ Solari

Here's a link to a cool new story by JJ Solari. If you'll overlook the fact that the code for quotation marks translated as question marks, you'll have quite an experience. It's not, as we like to say, for the faint of heart.

11 comments:

gomer said...

iwnleoahe probly just doesnt know the DIFFERENCE between question marks and quotation marks. it aint a code problem it's more likely a brain problem. there. i used some upper case letters. now peace will come to the earth.

Randy Johnson said...

It is a good little story. I quite enjoyed it. I'll be looking out for the book mentioned at the end.

Girt Yabinzy said...

I thought it was abysmal.

Amy H. said...

Excess vulgarity is the untalented's substitute for thought.

Shaney said...

There are limits to freedom of expression and this probably demonstrates that.

Sandra Xzia said...

The author's time would have been more productively spent burning down a forest.

Audrey Nostorol said...

Before I read this I thought the large, concrete, public chemical outhouse at Bridal Veil Falls in Yosemite was the foulest thing on earth. This exceeds it. This would not be allowed in that crapper. Either to be read or to be flushed. It's like a compositional contaminant. The Ghurkas could use this to clear a building. And no I was not named after a decongestant.

Marjorie R. said...

There is nothing more pathetic than gratuitous scatology and other four-letter variations of a reproductive theme just for the sake of sounding "authentic." Some actual creativity would be helpful. Assuming you could muster it.

jjs said...

There's nothing gratuitous about it, you pessary-stanched slattern!! Is that erudite enough for you, you wince-faced Harpy? By the way, would you say "reproductive" for me again?.....I got all chills.

Anonymous said...

Solari's story was a hoot, and had plenty of vulgarity, thank goodness, as that was sort of the point; it's a vulgar story. Of course, the ultimate of his tales I've read (a few in Easy Rider many years back) is "No Class Chick". Writing doesnt' have to be about pretty manners. Joe Lansdale

Anonymous said...

I bet you people cringe and gasp at Henry Miller but get wet drawers over Fifty Shades of Crap. Anyone who can't see the literary genius it takes to PRODUCE something so vulgar and still make it entertaining and funny deserve to be forced to read Twilight for the rest of their natural lives.. Which you all probably constitute as fine literature. Why is it okay for painters and sculptors to indulge in blatant sexuality and nudity but not a writer? Hypocritical uneducated bunch of buffoons over here bashing an icon of the biker world.