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This is a light version of the INSIDE artzine #13. Paintings, (Digital) Collages, Sculptures, Stories, Reviews from Europe, USA, Australia, Japan, Outerspace, +++ (A4, 40p., full color, full sickness, quality paper, english) Order your printed copy on: GERMANY/EUROPE/WORLD: www.inside-artzine.de >>direct shoplink: http://terminalart.shop.wosbee.com USA: PROFANE EXISTENCE www.profaneexistence.org AUSTRALIA: POLYESTER www.polyester.com.au Contact: jenz@inside-artzine.de

Cover: Dan Verkys (AUS) ................................................ ........ 02 Chris Mars (USA) ........................................................ .............. Hellbound .................The front 04 (top) La fille dO (FRA) ................. la revolution est une 04 jenzzz (GER).................................................................pratique quotidienne ....Darum/Therefore 05 Content & Contact ...................................................... Butterflys by jenzzz 06 Chet Zar (USA) ........................................................ .................. Peekaboo 07 jenzzz (GER)............................................................ Hit 08 Kris Kuksi (USA) ........................................................ the ground running ......... Plague Parade 09 Dark Mouth (GER)........................................................ 10 KD Matheson (USA) ................................................ ..................... No title ................ Vegas Turmoil 15 Kapreles (BEL)... ........................................................ ...................... No title 16 Mark Powell (AUS) ........................................................ ................... No title 18 jenzzz (GER)................................................. Cover PEE/A 19 Sybille Lengauer (GER) ................................................ ussie Punkrock Mag 19 Pierk (ITA) ................................................................ ....................Prayer .....Prayer on the road Poster: Cryptonaut (AUT) ................................................ .............................Angel 22 Carlos Villas (MEX) ................................................ El diablo me habla de ti 23 Navette (FRA)................................................................. 23 Tom Bresemann (GER) .......................................... On .Play misty for me the 24 jenzzz (GER)................................................................. tip of your tongue 26 Bastartworx (GER) ........................................................ .......... Art after death ........ Fidelia (2009) 28 DJbronx (FRA) ................................................................ 28 jenzzz (GER)................................................................. ...... Its the future ........... Humanrace 29 Cameron Gray (AUS) ................................................ ................... Portrait 8 30 jenzzz (GER)................................................................. .......The Virus crew 31 Unknown anarchist ........................................................ 32 Reviews ................................................................................ Hollow earth 35 Editorial ..................................................................................................... ............................. 35 Wouter van den Bosch (NL) ........................................ ..... Fuck art, lets kill! 36 Stephanie Bennett (USA) ................................................ 36 Mxnihil (GER) ............................................................. ... Reality is black Fifthly (Born to lose) 37 jenzzz (GER)................................................................. ...... felicity-fey.com 38 Chris Mars (USA) .................................................. Must ard and Happieness Back: Le Nat (FRA) ........................................................ ....................... True love CONTACTS Baststart Worx / Oliver Haecker ...................bastart-worx@w eb.de www.bastart-worx.de Cameron Gray ......................... cameron@parablevision s.com Carlos Villas ................................ carlosvillas@carlosvillas. www.parablevisions.com com www.carlosvillas.com Cryptonaut / Ralph Manfreda ................ralph.manfreda@ chello.at www.cryptonaut.com Dan Verkys ..................... danv@gardenofbadthings.com Dark Mouth ............................................ kara@darkm www.gardenofbadthings.com DJbronx ................................... killbronx@gmail.com outh.com www.darkmouth.com Chet Zar .......................................................... chet@www.art-contemporain-sud.com Chris Mars .....................contact@chrismarspublishing chetzar.com www.chetzar.com www.chrismarspublishing.com jenzzz .............................................. jenz@inside-artzin e.de www.inside-artzine.de Kapreles ........................................ kapreles@gmail.c om www.myspace.com/kapreles KD Matheson ......................................... mail@kdmatheson Kris Kuksi ...................................................... kkuksi@hot .net www.kdmatheson.net mail.com http://kuksi.com La fille dO ......................................................info@la Le Nad .................................... nadagrafx@yahoo.fr filledo.com www.lafilledo.com www.m Mark Powell................................ markpowellart@gmail.co yspace.com/nadamacash MxNihil ......................................... worldnihil@gmx.de m www.markpowellart.com Navette .............................................. vivadolor@club-inwww.myspace.com/worldnihil ternet.fr www.vivadolor.com Pierk ...............................piercarlocarella@hotmail.com Stephanie Bennett ........................................ cadesart@g www.pierk.deviantart.com mail.com www.cadesart.com Sybille Lengauer .................sy-stemfehler@freenet.de www.myspace.com/hirnwichsen Tom Bresemann .................................tomoffiziell@web .de Wouter v. d. Bosch ...........................wou-ter@hotmail.com www.makellos-gedichte.de www.myspace.com/wouter Translations: Ni Gudix
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Suse Beneth (u.s.a)

KD Matheson:Vegas turmoil

I should have known better. In such a shaky shape I should never have gone to Las Vegas. My head felt dry and crumbled. The vortex of determination around me has torn my self-satisfied grin from my skull and left a blank face staring with empty holes into a grim future. The credit-financed, pumping self-realization machine pissed down on me from high above. Again. The world out there in front of my head had everything it wanted. I had nothing more but irreparable doubts and a terrible drug problem. I suppose I was thankful when Art-Rectum called me to wrench me out of the painful salty bath of depression and pay me a trip to the glittering centre of insignificance. Who could have foreseen that this trip would destroy the last remnants of my intellect? Of course, I admit, there are worse things on this twisted planet than interviewing HR Giger on the occasion of his exhibition in Enigma Palace. As usual, Art-Rectum paid for tickets, hotel, and expenses, I once was one of their best men. The problem began when I committed my complete drug supply into my bleeding stomach while fleeing from the airport security, and consequently the rest of the trip became a viscous stream of lava in different speeds in front of my open fantasy. Well-controlled switching-off of the involvement in everyday life do you call this in the junkie tongue.

Eventually I found myself in a shabby hotel room in Henderson. Vegas was shimmering on the horizon like a forgotten, extended fuel rod in an evacuated nuclear power plant. When I looked at my derailed face in the mirror I didnt have the slightest clue how to recollect the details of my journey. I think this is some part of my aimlessness. The absence of a well-structured past. The non-existence of luggage was no more than a tiny jigsaw piece in my abandoned career plan. I took some of the pills I found in the pocket of my ugly Hawaiian shirt. They helped me a bit to bundle up the spark-spraying, twitching nerve ends in my head. I knew that Hans Ruedi Giger was a highly gifted painter in that arcane monstrous universe which was lurking behind our apparently well-ordered reality. A visionary between third-rate heavy metal covers and the laughing truth of unbridled negativity. Apart from that, all I knew was that there was a job to be done. In the restaurant down in the hotel I tried to take some food and regain my bearings. In both I failed very quickly, so I made up my mind to search for truth in a bar, hoping desperately that still everything would turn out all right. The white heat outside the hotel made me stagger aimlessly through the streets for a while. People only existed in monstrously puffed-up, fully air-conditioned cars here what swam past me like cancer cells in a doomed blood circulation. The midday heat slowed down my bodily functions like a weakening fever. The motionless senselessness of the dusty pavements beneath my feet calmed me down a bit. The vacuum of a 24 hours bar at the Boulder Highway to Vegas finally sucked me thankfully into its dark, stale promise. I ordered 7up vodka with double forgetting and final redemption, but this was of course useless. About an hour after I had dropped the 7up I began to wonder how I should come through this job. Who the fuck was this Hans Ruedi Giger?! Who the fuck is HR Giger? Although I was rather sure that I had only thought this question, the dude on the bar stool besides me turned round and stared at me. He had strange light eyes and an elegant, French looking beard. When I was a teenager growing up in the mid-70s I remember seeing Gigers artwork on the Emerson Lake and Palmer album, it was so incredible and mindblowing, it wasnt until the alien movie came out, that I began to see more of his outrageous and brilliant creations!... I think he is an amazing and a revolutionary artist, I applaud him for opening up a gigantic can of psychic worms for all of us to ponder and introspect! I see, I said, remembering the pills in the pocket of my sticky Hawaiian shirt. Somewhere in my mind I knew that this was the beginning of a long, sharply plummeting nightmare. Youre a painter too?!
He grinned at me and passed me his greenly glowing joint whose smoke drew astonishingly geometrical figures into the dim air of the bar. Shit, man. Youre my saviour. As I spliffed, I felt large parts of the blister foil explode which should have saved my brain from punches. It turned out that he was born and raised in Las Vegas: I remember when I was around five or six years old, my father was showing me a large book of art, famous paintings and sculptures throughout history, when I came across the Mona Lisa, by Da Vinci, I was completely in awe and totally mesmerised.... i looked at my father and announced: Im going to be an artist! Something I always notice in artists is: they are obsessed. This is something that makes me fucking envious in my indifferent, lethargic aimlessness. Why the hell does it always seem that artists know exactly what they want and where theyre going to?! Whats that phat in dark art? I never really think of it as being dark. Perhaps chronic curiosity, and a never-ending need

to understand the unexplainable, would be more in tune with that which attracts and incites me! I feel as though from the time I was a small child, that I must have had a huge question mark stamped into my forehead, everything seems like an overwhelmingly huge and unsolvable mystery, even when I find logical answers and explanations, I still feel compelled to go deeper, far beyond the surface longing for more, at times it can appear as a form of darkness, but on another level it may come as illumination! The dude was real nuts, I liked him. I bought him a large beer since you never should begin a new friendship with bad booze. The both of us were blootered very soon, but compared to our following trip this was only a poor joke. Eventually KD insisted on showing me some of his works. That was fine by me. My appointment with Mr Giger was only in the late evening, so there was still some time left to think about what to ask him. His car was a scratched, once dark red, Ford Mustang 289 Fastback convertible with a partly torn-off roof and a truckload of white powder in the glove compartment. He seemed to pop the stuff like others pop headache pills. I suppose that was

Suse Beneth (u.s.a)

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Art after Death - the unoffical studies


Man, in contrast to animals, seems to be the only living creature on this planet wishing to transform his body after death into art. Although you can find reports on symmetrically arranged elephants skulls in old elephant cemeteries in the area now known as Sudan, the phenomenon called art after death, which is popular in the world of arts, seems to be founded in a specifically human despair: the ultimacy of death. The longing for conserving ones identity beyond the carnal decline, be it spiritually, as done in religions, or physically as a work of art, has produced strange results in the last millenniums. The performance of suicide is deliberately omitted in this survey because, from the scientific point of view, it falls in the category stupidity. The survey rather has to do with the creation of a second life after death into a work of art. The most famous efforts are certainly the mummifications of men and animals in ancient Egypt. The aim seemed to have been the conservation of the body as home of the soul even in the beyond. But we also have got more modern examples for not wanting to give up ones body after death. In the Capuchin catacombs on the Italian island Sicily are no less than 8,000 mummified bodies to be found. The collection, beginning in about 1599 with a single monk, shows astonishingly naturalistic corpses. They all still wear the dress they used to wear at the moment of their Fig. 1: Kutna Hora, deaths. Some of the mummies and Czech Republic skeletons have got mundane or occupational things in their hands, children are seated at school desks, and others have got elaborate hair-dos. The scientific question may be raised whether it was the defunct persons intention to live on as an art piece, but it is definitely sure that the endless aisles filled with dead human bodies are a depressing, bizarre gesamtkunstwerk (see figure 3). A ritual elevation of deceased bodies to art is a phenomenon found in many religious cults. Be it the Buddhist Damaru (a drum made out of two skullcaps, see figure 2) or the Christian Czech bone church in Kutna Hora (the interior equipment of the church consists of thousands of skulls and bones being shaped into a monstrous decoration with tremendous candleholders, altars, and embellishments on the wall (see figure 1)). Death as the artistic expression of transience?! A rather dubious artistic expression has been created by the Swedish doctor and surgeon Ulf Jacubsen in his job around the turn of the century: dozens of surgically newly arranged corpses were found in sealed basement rooms of his Goteborg clinic. Apart from perfected bodies with 3 eyes, 5 arms, or 2 brains, there were also corpses with up to four implanted childs hearts. Since the origin of this lot of so-called donor organs never could be tracked completely, he was then, after a long trial, executed (see figure 8). Apart from the very widespread thematizing of death in contemporary arts we can also find various examples for a specific involvement of the dead body into the art piece. Starting with the bone sculptures of Kris Kuksi (see figure 4), the hand-engraved skulls of Abattoir LaRue (see figure 6), the plastinated corpses of the German anatomist Gunther von Hagens right through to Robert Camacho who promises the willing body donor a post-mortal work of art.

Fig. 2: Damaru, Nepal

Fig. 3: Catacombs of Capuchin, Sicily

Fig. 4: Kris Kuksi

Gunther von Hagenss exhibitions with plastinated corpses, whose cell water is replaced by synthetic materials (polymers like, for example, silicone or epoxy resins), should be primarily interpreted in a scientific way but a skinned body carrying its skin over its arm like a coat makes us impute it indeed to some kind of artistic expression after all, doesnt it? Robert Camachos Art After Death Funeral Fine Art finally enables everybody to live on as a work of art. I am a strong believer in the sanctity of the human body. Each piece of your body is a sacred object and I created Art After Death as a way to memorialize a part of the body that my clients wish to live on after their death. A Funeral Fine Art commission starts at $9,500. A very special role in the post-mortal art research is played by Ayutt Sukhot who went down in military history as the commander headshot. For the sake of the scientific accuracy, it is necessary here to distinguish between art after death and art during death. After a devastating napalm attack on his camp, an unscathed metal suitcase was found in the ruins of the main house. There were numerous picture frames with canvasses of many different sizes in it, on whose origin one can only but conjecture. A more precise, scientific

Fig. 5: Coffins, Ghana analysis has, with justification for ethical reasons, not taken place up to now. Since we do not have many verified facts and documents about this Cambodian penal camp commander, we only mention this case as a footnote (see figure 7). As was expected, this survey is neither able to reason out wheter or not there is art after death, nor can it give a final answer on the effect of death on the human body while transforming into a work of art. Does art survive death, or doesnt it?! Perhaps we should learn to laugh away death, as they do in some coffin cults in Africa (see figure 5). Or we just question the thesis at the beginning of this survey again and have another look at the intellect-free wisdom of the animals. Ladies and gentlemen: the message of death (see figure 9, Sarina Brewer, Taxidermy Arts). Director of studies: jenzzz transliteration: N Gudix, 1.3.09

Catacombs of Capuchin: http://members.tripod.com~Motomom/index-3.html Kutna Hora: www.kostnice.cz Ulf Jacubson: www.swedishsurgeonarchives.net/#63528/jacubson.htm Kris Kuksi: http://kuksi.com Abattoir Larue: www.abattoirlarue.com Gunther von Hagen: www.bodyworlds.com Art after death funeral fine art: www.robertcamacho.com Ayutt Sukhot: www.warcrimes.org/archiv/sukhot Ghana coffins: www.pagog.com/2008/05/06/worlds-weirdest-coffins Taxidermy Art: http://customcreaturetaxidermy.com Fig. 6: Abattoir LaRue Fig. 7: Ayutt Sukhot

Fig. 8: Ulf Jacubsen, 1898

Fig. 9: Sarina Brewer / Taxidermy Arts

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Chris Mars - Tolerance
Hardcover, 160p., 25x31cm, 40U$ contact@chrismarspublishing.com Purchase: www.lastgasp.com Its a green book, publishing using vegetable-based inks, on recycled, bleach-free paper. It was not made by slaves, the printing costs do not sponsor state tyranny, and no childs hands will have sewn the binding. Its green, and its fair-trade. What sounds like an introduction of a garden book dealing with a pumpkin species becoming extinct, is in this particular case the unholy frame of a dark museum lying 25 kilometres beneath the earths surface (at least it seems so). With an incredible and oppressive intensity, (almost) the complete works of the painter Chris Mars trickles here into the viewers paracerebral cortex. If only there werent these strange, easily retina-piercing eyes of his sitters. On many of his dauntingly detailed paintings, mostly kept in dark, earthy tones, whole groups of figures push themselves to the fore of the wounded view whilst the background disperses in a treacherous, misty vastness, with twisted nature and oppressive architecture. To know that many of the depicted persons have idols in reality makes the whole thing even worse. A hell of an art book, pin sharp insanity in a noble look, and who has said that art scum books couldnt do something for the preservation of, and justice on, this planet? Buy or be damned!

Metamorphosis 2 Jon Beinart (Editor)

Hardcover, 22x30,3cm, 112p., 49U$ Contact: beinart@gmail.com Purchase: www.beinart.com.au Jons next strike: 50 surreal, fantastic, and visionary contemporary artists, part 2. Everything alive, sporting an obvious brain defect, and playing whatever dark role in the twisted cosmos of this odd, contemporary art is featured in this book: Michael Hussar, HR Giger, Chris Mars, Paul Booth, Robert Williams, Bruno di Maio plus a real torrent of further exceptional athletes. As usual wrapped in phat hardcover and printed sleekly on glossy paper, so its not exactly a book for the beach (rather for the pillar of the local railway bridge, with a bottle of absinth). Apart from the dark sallies (which, by the way, could populate the shabby cellars of INSIDE artzine as well) theres also bizarre and surreal things to see. Paintings that, due to their impression and colour co-operation, seem to be happy and hopeful, but whose weird design vocabulary very soon leads the flight of fantasy into an uneasy direction: into the world of the surreal, the incalculable, and the all-is-possible. The obsession lying behind the world of true appearances really exists! And not only in this book! And not only at times when it might please us. So buy this exceptional art book and be prepared! NB: Dont miss his International Surreal Art Collective an online-archive of superlatives, far beyond our rotten horizon! (www.beinart.com.au)

Carnivora The Dark Art of Automobiles Les Barany (Editor)

Chad Michael Ward Autopsyrotica

Softcover, 22x25cm, 176p., 29,95U$ Contact: www.scapegoatpublishing.com Purchase: www.reptilianrecords.com Cars? Tits? Men without brains?! Who cares? Those who always wanted to own a book about cars without having to show the weakness of an HP blown up, superficial dickhead: here you are! Riproaring artists like Trevor Brown, Chet Zar, JK Potter, Robert Williams, HR Giger (and perceived 236457 more) transform our most dearly beloved status symbol (at least in Germoney) into a mostly dark, often threatening, and sometimes simply completely crazy collectors item. Additionally there are some quirky texts on the topic, and in the appendix you even learn which artist drives which car. So now, which is Gigers car?!

80p., approx. 22x30cm, 17,95U$ Contact: www.digitalapocalypse.com Purchase: www.nbmpub.com In this very paper here, the word insane is used in a rather inflationary way indeed, but what has been printed on dead trees in the Journal of Sex and Death is definitely incurable. And wonderfully contagious too. So just the very kind of stuff which lunatic (photo) art books should be made of. Full page black-and-white and nicotinecoloured paintings (mostly using female sitters) with a tender whiff of sadomasochism and fetishism, and the strange trickling reek of pathology is dripping out of all of them. Its definitely nothing for those of you reckoning mutual fettered thrashing as perverse. A very, very gloomy version of erotic art. Depressing and beautiful!

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A4, approx. 100p, 12EUR/14U$ Contact: www. synergy-magazine.com Purchase: http://stores/lulu.com/ synergymagazine

Synergy Magazine Exploring the boundaries of cinema & literature

Well okay, this is no arts paper. At least when you judge it by its cover. But its quite an art to gather this stinking torrent of crazy books and films in but one unholy magazine. For nave ones its indeed a terrifying abundance of creative scum. Starting with the perceived amount of about 2 squillions of reviews on films (horror, absurd ones, science fiction) like I drink your blood, or The Eroticist, on books like the Australian Supernatural Fiction (Australian Gothic), or the Illustrated Guide to the Devil in Cinema (The Satanic Screen), right through to background stories about serial killer merchandising: here you can find everything what you, as an abnormal consumer of the illegal (i.e. perturbing) devotional objects of skilful outsiderness, might want to long for. The range of the presented lunacies spreads from overground stuff (permanent patients are quite familiar with that) like Yuznas From Beyond, right through to thrashed er brushed-aside trash scoops like Meatball Machine. If youre fed up with the usual blockbusters and bestsellers with their lack of new ideas, tension, excitement, enthusiasm, balls, then burrow your way through this ragingly heavy underground tsunami. Even YOUR strange and isolating preferences will be served here. The underground is infinite! Infinitely deep!!! Apropos of underground: the latest current issue can be downloaded from their website as free PDF too! Of course this is far less fun than reading the top quality printed paper with a cool beer at the beach, but its quite admirable in times of the inner compulsory capitalism. So shit on all the same old, marketing-tested mainstream media crap, thats anyway nothing but propaganda by order of consumption, belief, and retention of power, and buy this guide to truth!

Otaku Magazine: Kaidan

Softcover, approx. A5,160p., 10EUR biligual: english and rumanian Contact & purchase: http://otakumag.com Im puzzled. Otaku (Japanese for nerd)? Kaidan? Japanese ghost horror? From Romania?! Exactly! This magazine, coming out every three months, has got it. Japan is situated in the East, and therefore, when you keep the global bend in mind, its indeed fairly situated near Romania (at least viewed from here). Almost everything revolves around Japanese counter- and pop culture. In this issue, Vlads sons and daughters apply themselves to the Japan horror of all kinds: Kaidan. The range goes from historical ghost stories through to spirit-of-the-age horror. And we all know that there are certain things which are so very crazed that they simply MUST originally come from the land of panty automats! There are interviews, full-page pictures also of non-Japanese artists (being modelled on Japanese ones), portraits of some important Japanese mangaka, and loads of inspiring stuff for compulsive actors wanting to immerse themselves in this rather psychically crumbling than carnally subverting Japan horror. Additionally to the reading whip, an audio CD is enclosed which is filled with several dark and terrifying sound collages. No clue whether these are film soundtracks or recordings from the isolation bunker of the Osaka insane asylum, but its anyway a great soundscape to frighten your neighbours at quarter past three at night!

Art of Modern Rock

P. Grushkin & D. King (Editors) Hardcover, approx. 28,6x33,7cm, 492p. (!!!), 75U$ Purchase: Supermarket Yes, I admit: the title sounds as sexy as my former, drug-addicted, sports teachers biography recently published, but here is really EVERYTHING in it: all the techniques (silkscreen, lowbrow, oldschool, psychedelic), all the artists (Koop, Kozik, Gaither, McPherson, Ryan), all the social layers (from b&w Poison Idea street flyers through to Aerosmith promo bills), all the facets (from insane asylum to PopArt). The excommunicated bible of the concert bill / flyer! For the barely 500 glossy pages I had to take a two weeks vacation. Of course there are many banal and conventional things in there too, but also loads of superbly designed graphical artworks, some of them wonderfully crazed, for bands like Rocket of the Crypt or Melvins. And a book dealing in one chapter with the phenomenon of the Devil Girls, i.e. red skinned girls with devil tails wearing blue trousers, cant be that bad, can it? A hulking monster of an arts book! All reviews written by: jenzzz Translated by: N Gudix Always looking for whacky zines, magazines, books, manifestos to review here. Send your review copies to: INSIDE artzine, PO Box 2266, D-54212 Trier, Germany.

Creep Machine Webzine

Alternative, underground, outsider, lowbrow, popsurrealism art www.creepmachine.com Damn, what an awesome print magazine this could have been! On the other hand: what a waste to print such a multi-dimensional web portal, blessed with a growth gone out of control like that, on paper. No art for eternity er for the book shelf, but the electric ignition spark to send the artistic fantasy on a journey through billions of meters of light-wave cable heads. Apart from a blog-like news section with information about the artists (for example Naoto Hattori or Michael Hussar), events and products, there is a gallery of the artists of the month as well as reviews, interviews, and a shop. Not always abnormal and dark, but always inspiring and unusual! Get this site bookmarked on your browser, and surf it one hour a day. Then nothing will ever happen to you.

You are on the brink of the abyss. You have always been the loser. A poor wee cunt. That is all. Nothing more. And you never will be more either. Always the long-stay parker in the absolute noparking zone. The non-swimmer in the swimmers-only zone. At the wrong time in the wrong place, sporting a wrong look, wrong remarks, a wrong attitude simply everything totally wrong and hopeless.

Love makes me hate myself. It makes me want to afflict pain on you or me. Jesus, how all these things disgust me. How repulsive this smell, these words, these looks, all this fucking shit is. How I hate to have to feel something. I want to scream. At the top of my voice. I want to tear my hair from my head and vomit. Scream, vomit, scream, and vomit. I dont want, and I cant, go on any longer. I cant stand all that any longer. Ive got to get away. Ive got to get away from here! At home, you lie down on your bed, staring at the ceiling and again you think of nothing. Blank. Your brain is no more but a storage space for absolutely worthless information. Youre a redundancy on feet. A clown of blankness. A farewell to everything. One fall after the other. transliteration Ni Gudix, 16.1.09

F5NFTENS (Born to lose) mxnihil

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