David Renaker’s Blog.

9 Responses to David Renaker’s Blog.

  1. david says:

    Did King James I’s Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral think the only good wife was a dead wife? Did this same dean publish a recipe for overcoming a squeamish maid’s resistance to cunnilingus? Is Barbara Lewalski’s Protestant Poetics a worthless book? Three possible answers exist to each question:–Yes, No, Maybe. If you have either of the last two answers to these or any other essays in this site. post a response to this Blog and modify a statement whose whose only fault is to be put in too extreme a manner, or perhaps supply a rod of correction for a saucy impertinent, as the saying goes.

    • david says:

      I love this paragraph. It kind of grabs me by the short hairs, you know what I mean? Yet it lacks the element of surprise because I wrote it. I’ll desist from further comment till I learn to find and read other people’s comments.

  2. david says:

    No, my impression about the internet is, I have more ways to communicate than I have words to put in them. I just this minute learned how to reply to comments on my website. Just surfing Youtube, I have been thrilled by the excerpt from Pressburger’s The Tales of Hoffman in which the mechanical woman is torn apart, and the red army’s ingenious use of snipers in the defense of Stalingrad, and Barry Lyndon’s first experience of combat in the 7 years’ War in Stanley Kubrick’s movie—in short I value You Tube as the world’s best, though smallest, movie house. I didn’t know it could be used for written documents.

  3. david says:

    So far I am in a futile game, playing tennis with myself. I’ll welcome other players onto the court as soon as I can get the blog to acknowledge that I’m the blogmaster (blogster?blogman?) and others are the grateful or indignant recipients.

  4. david says:

    No, my point is, you can see marvellous things on Youtube without special access or special skills. In fact the whole internet is an overwhelming storm tossed sea of thrilling entertainment—too much of it—
    A vast illimitable ocean without bound,
    Without dimension, where length, breadth, and height,
    And time and space are lost.—Guess who wrote that—

  5. david says:

    Thank you. Go farther and fare better! I especially request negative criticisms about errors of fact, forced interpretations, etc. I hope my website will be a starfish so that the more legs you tear off, the more it grows.

  6. david says:

    Are you related to Alexander Borgia? If so can you get me invited to one of those orgies in the Vatican palace?

  7. david says:

    You are not a human being, nagvoxmorrumn. You are a bot. I have reason to believe you are trying to extort from sources in the USA the secret of how to make toilet paper. That’s why you are filling my blog with crap. I resent this. Take your crap elsewhere.

  8. david says:

    “Does not seem to be right” is too vague for me—could you specify deficiencies?

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