Where there is no imagination there is no horror.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
One might say that the true subject of the horror genre is the
struggle for recognition of all that our civilization represses
Well, Sports Fans & Valued Readers, it turns out I'm giving a talk in Denver on Friday (11/6/98) at the Rocky Mountain Internet Expo. Here's how it's billed on their site:
Scream III:Yeah, yeah, OK, so I wrote that myself. But I haven't yet figured out what I'm actually going to say. I hate this.
I'm feeling more than usually cantankerous today because a dozen people just unsubscribed from EGR, ostensibly in reaction to that last thing I sent around suggesting we should all wear ape suits for John Glenn's return from space. Jeez, people have no sense of humor at all anymore! However, maybe it's just that they expect greater substance. You know, some of that penetrating punditry and laser-like analytical insight I'm supposedly so famous for. God, I hate this.
But having demonstrated the bad judgment to sign up for this speaking gig, I guess I have to say something to this crowd. And it probably can't be the usual "korporate websites like suck, man!" I guess I'm going to have to see if I can say something a bit more cogent this time. Needless to say, I hate