Archive for March, 2012
At a Dallas USPS location, MICHAELmATICIAN has recently commented on his forthcoming Sound Unit which is to contain the single “Palace Algeria”. In light of these comments, it seems that the Sound Unit has been in the works for nearly two years. However, this is contradicted by MICHAELmATICIAN’s subsequent argument with a postal worker about the then current date:
Postal Worker: Sir, the date is March 19th. This is what we must reference and stamp on all outbound mail today.
MICHAELmATICIAN: Outbound mail is a myth.
Postal Worker: I’m sorry?
MICHAELmATICIAN: The date will be October 10th 2010. Shall it be written down?
Postal Worker: I believe you’re mistaken.
MICHAELmATICIAN: You have mocked the Binary Mainframe. Mind your clock.
Although the time frame regarding the new Sound Unit by MICHAELmATICIAN is unclear, we can be sure that it will be “epic”. Please keep an eye out for any updates and/or the release of “Palace Algeria” (the expected single). Mind your clock!
MICHAELmATICIAN has made no further comment about his upcoming Sound Unit, although an unrelated piece of news states that several VHS copies of Star Trek III: The Search For Spock were found in the restroom of a Dallas Dunkin’ Donuts this past weekend.
In Dallas, many music critics have gone missing during the past few months. Their respective music blogs are dead, but no one’s really noticed. There are currently 658 missing persons in Dallas county: 182 music critics/performers, 342 former Tyson Chicken employees, 108 current DeDonde Inc employees and 26 “MICHAELmATICIANs” (various ages/races).
Not before the the release of MICHAELmATICIAN’s newest Sound Unit, we predict that there will be some sort of video unit(s) meant to accompany it. Jeremy Shingles may or may not direct these units.
Do not attempt to present either a used VHS Star Trek I or II to MICHAELmATICIAN for the purpose of obtaining the new Sound Unit. The only acceptable used VHS is Star Trek III: The Search For Spock, and possibly Timerider: The Adventure of Lyle Swann. (You are not expected to view either film).
“WIRING of a typical VCR can be modified to manipulate Time, but only in the inverse of Space dimensions.”