JAMES M. EMMERLING
- June 24
- Mental Health Advocate/Dog Watcher
- '"And we are put on earth a little space,
That we may learn to bear the beams of love,''
""The force of mind is only as great as its expression; its depth only as deep as its power to expand and lose itself."
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July 07, 2014 05:35AM
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Almost Ended up on the Sex
July 03, 2014 11:18PM
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than Ever Now. Gosh!
July 02, 2014 08:48AM
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"you never miss your water til your well runs dry"
The Polar Vortex has retreated back up to Canada, where they call it…”winter”.
And I no longer have a good excuse to hibernate anymore.
People with my ‘condition’, I dunno if you know what it is, b… Read full post »
It is the first step in sociological wisdom, to recognize
that the major advances in civilization are processes
which all but wreck the societies in which they occur:—
like unto an arrow in the hand of a child.
The art of free society consists first in the… Read full post »
Christmas isn’t over yet, I hope you all know, as you go about making implausible resolutions for your lives, like “I will give up all this shit that is bad for me” and “ I will be a kind caring person henceforth” and “I wil… Read full post »
There are quite a few of them, but none as interesting as The Feast of the Circumcision of Jesus.
You see, it is seen as the first time the blood of Jesus was shed, thus beginning the long hard process of the Redemption of Man. A demonstration of his… Read full post »
Some kind of vast unfathomable tenderness of spirit descended upon me this Christmas, much to my astonishment.
Leading up to the holiday, I was smarting in the soul, seeing all these happy people on tv drumming up business for the American Economy, with their perfect beautiful families… Read full post »
(the real title would be
TYRANNY OF A MINORITY: the wealth distribution of what is better than sex
but..os doesn't allow this)
The wealth I speak of is love, of course, what else?
Ought it to be redistributed, is the question I put.
The Jesuit… Read full post »
When we were children we were grateful to those who filled our stockings at Christmas time. Why are we not grateful to God for filling our stockings with legs?
My canine nephew Georgie Doggy, now 2 and a half years old , will be at my/… Read full post »
I got my draft notice yesterday. I have two weeks before I ship out to Earth. I need your advice.
For: I’m scared, I admit it. I can barely remember what Earth was like, because I was only five in 1972 when the aliens zapped me off to Aspertame/… Read full post »
I discovered that it is Nostradamus’s birthday today. Well, maybe.
He was born either December 14 or December 21, 1503. Making him 510 today. Perhaps.
He wrote about “plagues, earthquakes, wars, floods, invasions, murders, droughts, and battles” , and a lot of respectable sa… Read full post »
I had some bad canned clams last night in my linguine/with/clam sauce and went to Hell in my dreams.
The Devil said, “Hello!”
I said, “WTF? I wasn’t expecting to end up here. “
He replied, “Well, sorry kiddo./… Read full post »
I have always hated the holidays, ever since I was a child. Sure I liked the gifts, but all the family proximity made me nervous and uncomfortable. I used to have this fantasy where I would get to stay up in my room, and all my gifts would be delivered to/… Read full post »
December 7th is a painful day for me. Almost as painful as October 5th, the day my daddy died.
Dad was a WWII veteran, and later a teacher of American history. When he still had his wits , he was an inveterate storyteller, and a lot… Read full post »
Pope Francis has attacked unfettered capitalism as "a new tyranny", urging global leaders to fight poverty and growing inequality in the first major work he has authored alone as pontiff.
I prefer a church which is bruised, hurting and dirty… Read full post »
Lolita the librarian, on her third day behind the check out desk, was becoming disillusioned in her chosen profession, which previously had seemed liked a “calling” to her. To work with books! And to facilitate the book-loving ways of fellow lovers of books! It was all a mem… Read full post »
What is this jest in majesty? This ass in passion? How do God and Devil combine to form a live dog? nabokov
Lolita the librarian, on her second day behind the checkout desk, was startled to see a certain Mr. Emmerling approaching. After all, he had just been… Read full post »
To be quite candid — and what I am going to say now is something I have never said before,
and I hope that it provokes a salutary chill —
I know more than I can express in words,
and the little I can express
would not have been… Read full post »
Before their eyes a house
That from childhood stood
Suddenly lit up
From door to top:
All things remain in god.
Jesus Christ , christos to his fans, Josh to his ‘boys’,
(a ragged buncha rappers he sho… Read full post »
Tomorrow, Thanksgiving falls on November 28th. Pretty late for the holy day.
As a good American I gotta go to my older sister’s house where she will lay out the traditional feast, and I will eat of it.
Her dog Georgie Doggy, my nephew, will… Read full post »
The pope called me yesterday …his meeting with Putin looming like a thundercloud over his blessed head… as a lot of politicians and intellectuals do in a last resort when they find themselves in a particularly tricky situation.
I was just finishing one… Read full post »
As a last tribute to JFK, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of his murder, I provide you some quotes from the uncanny speech he’d crafted… to give at the DALLAS TRADE MART… but alas, wasn’t able to, because he got his head shot off&h/… Read full post »
There is a lot of talk about the assassination of JFK lately. Because tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of his murder. Which you can watch over and over again, thanks to Abraham Zapruder ( 1905 – 1970) who was perched atop a block of granite 72 feet from the street, his/… Read full post »
- There's real poetry in the real world. Science is the poetry of reality.
I love Science as should any sane savvy intellectual. I cling to it like a good sturdy lifejacket… Read full post »
I was sick to death of an obnoxious, creepily crawling ennui in my soul, lately, so I went to see my friend Howard the local holy man this morning.
I have been very morose these past few days, and was in a mood to demand answers from the… Read full post »
Le superflu, chose très nécessaire.
- The superfluous, a very necessary thing.
Here is the story so far: my girlfriend Rena Oblong took me to meet her mother Gladys, and Gladys’ 15 yr old parrot Rudolf. It was the first time I met either o… Read full post »
Well I already have the answer, thanks to William Blake and Rena Oblong, my lovergirl.
As you might expect with such questions, however, the answer only brings more questions.
Blake said, in “What Is It”:
- What is it m … Read full post »