Do you have ten minutes to kill?
Choose wisely my friend…it will be ten minutes you won’t get back.
OK, but don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Today is Saturday…my day NOT to blog, but rather a day to pull crap out of my stockpile o’shit that I wrote, found, copied and pasted…whatever, when I had far more time. What you are about to witness is one such example.
You guys trust me, right? Well then, if you do and if you have a few minutes to spare along with absolutely no fear of remorse or regret, then for an experience that can at times, go beyond surreal, click where I tell you to click. Some of it is stranger than anything Bergman could create; like a Dali painting come to life.
It would be as if Fellini dropped an Owsley and while high, tried to produce a college film project under pressure because he’d blown off half the course this past term because his roommate Stan, was an emotionally irresponsible nomad with a fear of commitment –all of which had been exacerbated by the roomie’s serious issues with “drink”. All of this has had undue influence over Young Freddie and along with his own weakened state from being away from home for the first time, sent the future, avant garde filmaker’s life into a spiraling pit of peripheral academic debauchery.
What you are about to experience is called Neave TV and to be honest, I really don’t know what it is OTHER than it’s indeed a head dive into a diaphanous dream courtesy of the digital dynamics as delivered by your Dell. In other words, this is something you have to see. You can watch full screen segments of foreign chat shows, bad Sci-Fi movies, weird commercials, odd animation and La Dolce Vida-like programming–sans the compulsory dwarf, a balloon holding clown and a skinny, drunken blond in a black Chanel A-line frolicking at dawn in a Romanesque fountain.
And no Carlo Ponti anywhere in sight.
Sometimes, the screen/channel changes of it’s own accord. Then again, you can opt to change it yourself. IF you do, you’ll get something completely different. Hell, you get something different every time you visit this site. It’s the damnedest thing.
You’ll encounter a bit of static and color bars between each segment, which will change on it’s own or you can maneuver it to the next “offering”. For extreme variety of weirdness, I’d recommend going with the channel hopping feature on the very first page.
Whichever you choose, you’ll have wonderful, varied strangeness at your fingertips with the click of your mouse.
A mouse????? , Did you know in some parts of technologically advanced Appalachia, its called “a critter”??
Well, whatever you call it, apply pressure to the left button of your mechanical rodent, here.
PS. If you’re a fan or longtime reader of this blog…or both, make sure you check in on Monday, July 7th for a very special announcement.
Winds of change sometimes blow fierce or not at all,…Let