All names in this entry are Discordian names. Once again, it’s a baby! Ms. M.C. gave birth to Kitty at 17:38 hours Thursday, 12 June 2014. Kitty weighed in at 3,858 grams (8.5 lbs) and was 52.2 cm long (20.55 inches). Both Mommy and Baby are doing great. Daddy, who worries too much, is recovering — but quicker than from the birth of their first daughter. Twinkleton is already wanting to help her younger sister. They didn’t think they’d get the same midwife as for their first, but at the last minute Nurse Velvet Hands became available. Untroubled Teen IV (remember, all these names are their Discordian names), Ms. MC’s ,15-year-old sister, helped with the birth which was at their commune. Congratulations to the family! Thanks to Produnis for taking the photo which is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation and the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.
Discordian Events from May: In the '90s Bill Drummond was making references to the Illuminatus Trilogy in the band The KLF. Today, he's an artist. There are events all over Britain worth checking out, throughout May. http://eastsideprojects.org/events/may/ Speaking of the KLF, writer John Higgs hasa wonderful book about them called KLF; Chaos, Music and the Band Who Burned a Million Pounds. He has two events in May: WEDS 14 MAY - Spiegeltent, Brighton Festival Cabaret of the Mind: Tricksters & Troublemakers. Talks on KLF, Ken Campbell and the Church of the SubGenius from me, Daisy, Dr Bramwell and JimBob from Carter SAT 17 MAY - The Corner, Nottingham Pulling the Cosmic Trigger, with Daisy, Adrian Reynolds and Anna Reynolds More info on his site. http://jmrhiggs.blogspot.com.au/ If you can't catch John becasue you were stuck in Warsaw on the 17th, check out alternate occulture publisher Okulture's event Trans/Wije. You may need your Polish friend to translate. https://www.facebook.com/events/235695459954540/ You can see the Discordian Culture shop selling wares at Zine Fest in Chattanooga, May 10. May 21 at The Tanks in Cairns, QLD Australia you can see me present on my Chasing Eris project at Pecha Kucha night. May 23 is Day of Discord. It's also the date this year that Adam Gorightly's Historia Discordia comes out. DOD Events: Aus: QLD, Cairns:https://www.facebook.com/events/600539790014369 AUS: QLD: Brisbane: https://www.facebook.com/events/310369572448606/?ref=ts&fref=ts USA: TX: AU: https://www.facebook.com/events/747002871990878/ Of course if you're in London you'll be too bust at the Crowfunding launch of Daisy Eris Campbell's adaptation of Cosmic Trigger at London, Passing Clouds 1 Richmond Rd, Dalston, E8 4AA London, United Kingdom. https://www.facebook.com/events/283231395186073/?fref=ts If you're in Barcelona, catch Discordian Tuesdays weekly. http://discordianrecords.org/concert-agenda/discordian-tuesdays/ And if you're in Helsinki, tomorrow is the monthly meeting of the Pagan Circle. 6pm. Bar Iguana, Kaisaniemenkatu 3. HAPPY FNORDING FOR MAY. FULL list: http://www.chasingeris.com/events.html
DisOrder of the Pineapple Yes, it's time to announce the new inductees into the Order of the Pineapple: His Wholiness the Rev. DrJon and Miley Spears. Miley Spears: She wrote or co-wrote "Discordianism" and got two articles on Discordian American Princesses featured on Uncyclopedia, and was the primary influence behind making DAPs its own category. Miley wrote or co-wrote Discordian items for Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia: The Tales of Shamlicht, s23.org wiki, Urban Dictionary, and Intermittens Magazine, and also writes for Wikipedia. His Wholiness the Rev. DrJon (aka Rev. DrJon Swabey): He compiled what is probably the 21st century's first Discordian tome Apocrypha Discordia which included both new and old-but-previously-unknown Discordian material. DrJon retrieved an early version (thought at the time to be the first) of Principia Discordia, and wrote an outroduction for the first hardback edition since 1976 for Principia Discordia. The Order, sometimes called the DisOrder of the Pineapple, began in 1982 and is awarded on 18 January. It was begun by the Ek-sen-triks Cluborguild and honors those who have given extraordinary service in "the participatorial study of comedic attitudes and eccentric tendencies." Last year's winners were Adam Gorightly and S. John Ross (Pope Leo), and other winners this decade were Alan Moore, Dr. Demento, Professor Cramulus, Professor Mu-Chao, R. Crumb, and Sondra London. So far no one's turned down the award. Congratulations to the new winners! Remember to eat something having to with pineapple on January 18! See all the winners and more info at op.loveshade.org
A small collection of symbols adorns your flesh. Do they represent current events, or just gossip? Why disparage gossip? Gossip helps us avoid bad people, bad places, bad “things.” A mole-ish sound-byte, precariously perched, falls to the ground silently. The in-jokes begin to itch. Welcome to Erisvale.