Gleai Foar Feih

A Manhattan court stenographer was fired after reportedly typing: “I hate my job, I hate my job” instead of recording criminal trial dialogue. Daniel Kochanski’s actions apparently also included simply hitting random keys . . . .

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“I would prefer not to.”

—”Bartleby, The Scrivener,” Herman Melville

Horp jeem klob torm ahai vortyuoip. Klimoid shui shishl kleet.

Harko glorg plipplip ohuio flerd groidflee ambo iu tord plitklood. Af og kluet. Agonon, ablebi—fortyu ambo terb shuishy fun fun funadalt glog-glog—pluuub chim tord!

“Orglieop norg ardog bannub,” kleuio frad af og klerd. “Dor agk fordelyk agoyu tert-ter.”

“Heamblow ferkmard glorb ahio iou sipl-sipl,” kord og af gleeb tortmla. “Chingalo naturlick roaden marchen bonen.”

Agoober dern-a-ler-den-dern, squeelinlikeapiggin panathema grandeochunder!

Hork! Hork! Gort lork ahiou whoiu hcduwe[yfiq[YIYFIO plert.

Pleebyuoir. Ghjkuiop. Frigih!


8 Responses to “Gleai Foar Feih”

  1. 1 Rain Jeys April 29, 2014 at 10:04 pm

    “roaden marchen bonen.”


  2. 5 sally April 30, 2014 at 9:28 am

    S’ agapo poly! You and Ms. Rain are emosewa. etsaman. oxoxo

    • 6 bluenred May 3, 2014 at 11:11 pm

      Chimdambo clortiyuiop! Habba babba kleep lorn. Gibt einen macorinincheez gulgulpen Davidstan noten makem heem mutanted rong. Thanken zee spiritssubermande.

  3. 7 bluenred May 3, 2014 at 11:17 pm

    My mind—free at last, free at last, thank god almighty, free at last!—has drifted clear loose of its moorings.

    I logged onto this site tonight to discover I had, not long ago, posted, this here: something called “Gleai Foar Feih.”

    “What the hell was that?” I asked myself. “Did I go off on some Gaelic thing?”

    I had no memory, of posting what I did post. I figured, with such a title, I must have gone, in such a piece, with such a title, somewhere like this:

    free at last . . . .

  4. 8 sally May 4, 2014 at 7:06 pm

    Ho— forgot to mention that one Dave O. in the long ago at Turkey Tech was required to write an essay on Bartleby– He wrote:” I would prefer not to.” He got an F. I would have given him an A+ — sometimes I wonder what I am doing here…xoxox

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