it's good to fork things up!

Scale  Matters! matters

  everything here is 


forkological dependence

beads of time, beads of tine passing through teeth


a configuration of time somewhere,
not everywhere





Welcome to the online 

Institute of 4orkological Studies

forkergirl has fun with Mardi Gras beads of multiverse.

Welcome to her forked theory of everything

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specializing in Limited Fork Theory

these sites are similar, related, tines of each other; not all information is shared
and information is configured differently —in both Limited Fork neighborhoods:

there's lots to fork around with!

including now (22 September 2010) a video for ONE WORD book (forthcoming from Sarabande) featuring forked text written by Thylias Moss from her sixpack essay in One Word 

got to love forkology!  forkology rocks!

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Hello to my Toledo Friends!  Let us bifurcate together and dine on wonderful ideas; we will bifurcate above and below ground, rather like trees, anchored with roots that cling and spread in soil while our branches spread even between dimensions, temporarily connecting them -–I don’t think that any connection is or can be permanent; that is one reason that we must eat again and again (ideally stopping when we feel full, even though the feeling of fullness is temporary).  

         We will hunger again.  Everyday.  Probably several times a day.

Please think, if you don’t mind, for a moment of ceiba trees, or of any tree you have liked –-forgive me, please, for assuming that there is a tree you’ve liked.  If you dislike trees, this may not be a post for you, but I leave here a small interest in trees, a small interest that may become something else. 

Each tine of a limited fork also functions as a root and/or a branch and may curve, circle, disappear for a while, temporarily connecting things, possibly even snagging something tasty, something possibly nourishing, something that can be ingested –-maybe without harm(ing us), but what is ingested will change during this process, and we may change, so the temporary connections is also a means of exchange: we give something and we receive something;  we may not realize immediately that we are different, but we are. 



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<p>Pays to use the right wirfs</p>

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<p>How devastating in so many ways. Hate to eat this, but “life” has served it up, but I’m not sure how to clean my plate…</p>

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<p><a href="" class="tumblr_blog">bobholman</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p><span>It’s been a law since 1990 — but not $1 in support forthcoming. The </span><strong>Native American Languages Act of </strong><span>enacted by Congress on October 30, 1990. Public Law 101-477 of 1990 gave historical importance as repudiating past policies of eradicating </span><a href="" title="Indigenous languages of the Americas">Indian Languages</a><span> by declaring as policy that </span><a href="" title="Indigenous peoples of the Americas">Native Americans</a><span> were entitled to use their own languages.</span></p></blockquote>


It’s been a law since 1990 — but not $1 in support forthcoming. The Native American Languages Act of enacted by Congress on October 30, 1990. Public Law 101-477 of 1990 gave historical importance as repudiating past policies of eradicating Indian Languages by declaring as policy that Native Americans were entitled to use their own languages.

Posted 2 weeks ago

Not Everyone Is Beautiful

Not Everyone Is Beautiful

Moxie Supper:

“Beautiful” meals –”valuable” meals, “important” meals –beautiful for nourishing and sustaining, no “ugly” “food” on the plate; this meal, this post ia “beautiful to my being, no matter my packaging….

Originally posted on Mindless Productivity:

Every two or three days, I see an article or blog post or forwarded inspirational quote about beauty. It’s usually something affirming like

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Posted 3 weeks ago

Obscure Color Words

  1. albicant: whitish; becoming white
  2. amaranthine: immortal; undying; deep purple-red colour
  3. aubergine: eggplant; a dark purple colour
  4. azure: light or sky blue; the heraldic colour blue
  5. celadon: pale green; pale green glazed pottery
  6. cerulean: sky-blue; dark blue; sea-green
  7. chartreuse: yellow-green colour
  8. cinnabar: red crystalline mercuric sulfide pigment; deep red or scarlet colour
  9. citrine: dark greenish-yellow
  10. eburnean: of or like ivory; ivory-coloured
  11. erythraean: reddish colour
  12. flavescent: yellowish or turning yellow
  13. greige: of a grey-beige colour
  14. haematic: blood coloured
  15. heliotrope: purplish hue; purplish-flowered plant; ancient sundial; signalling mirror
  16. hoary: pale silver-grey colour; grey with age
  17. isabelline: greyish yellow
  18. jacinthe: orange colour
  19. kermes: brilliant red colour; a red dye derived from insects
  20. lovat: grey-green; blue-green
  21. madder: red dye made from brazil wood; a reddish or red-orange colour
  22. mauve: light bluish purple
  23. mazarine: rich blue or reddish-blue colour
  24. russet: reddish brown
  25. sable: black; dark; of a black colour in heraldry
  26. saffron: orange-yellow
  27. sarcoline: flesh-coloured
  28. smaragdine: emerald green
  29. tilleul: pale yellowish-green
  30. titian: red-gold, reddish brown
  31. vermilion: bright red
  32. violescent: tending toward violent
  33. virid: green
  34. viridian: chrome green
  35. xanthic: yellow
  36. zinnober: chrome green
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The Pain of Others

The Pain of Others

Moxie Supper:

Talks about “Moxie Supper’s poam “Advice” in this post, while the celery rots in most,beautiful patterns that still leave me hungry for more…

Originally posted on Let the celery rot:


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keta /KAY-tah/
n. an image that inexplicably leaps back into your mind from the distant past.

From The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows. Written, edited, and narrated by John Koenig. 

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Michigan Woman Arrested After Bragging On Facebook That She Passed Breathalyzer

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So the police are connected also! –such “social awareness” and participation… Be careful what you post! –what you serve on the plate! –not taking sides, but some things perhaps shouldn’t go on the menu…

Originally posted on Black America Web:

A Michigan woman is on probation for a drunken-driving conviction and nearly got away with having a few drinks on St. Patrick’s Day — until she…

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