1. Und Duress

Old-time house number and favorite heart of every decade. Cons don’t want spam. They don’t want to be treated like numbers. They don’t want to have to tell you information they’ve already told you. They want to be able to buy stuff – all of those things effectively connecting (not wasting) time. From that point of view, a relatively good thing isn’t an invasion. It misrepresents right. Like apparatus experiments, the myth remains – unfair and wrong, blatantly manipulative and vaguely fascist. When they hear what they think when they hear, no one stops to only hear. This is a loop on what that means. No one asking, “Does this really start in an oil derrick?” In the discussion, make that clear as love.


blackout poem, source material: “Data Under Duress”, Thorin McGee, Target Marketing magazine, June 2011, p. 7.

This poem is part of an experimental writing project to create blackout poems out of the entire June 2011 issue of Target Marketing magazine.

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