Friday, February 16, 2007

Arcati curse on media thieves

Note how mainstream media happily lift an Arcati story without credit. A terrible curse is now pronounced on Contact Music. Accidents will occur to loved ones of employees. I weep in anticipation.

Link to Contact Music.

(My thanks to Robin Tamblyn as my internet spy)

9 comments:

duralex said...

You're stammering, Arcati ! Getting senile, maybe ? :->

dinu said...

You're not a gerontophile, Duralex, are you ?

Arcati said...

Just follow my piss trails, dearie

duralex said...

<< You're not a gerontophile, Duralex, are you ? >>

Hell no ! I'd rather be into SM (er, more S than M, actually). But if I were a necrophile, I'd be delighted to follow the heady scent of all the corpses her path is strewn with ;-).

Anonymous said...

To Duralex:
Do you know "The necrophile", by Gabrielle Wittkop? I wonder if this masterpiece has been translated into english, but your first language is french, isn't it, so you could have read it in its original version.

Walter said...

I have nothing to say.

Anonymous said...

Uh ?

Anonymous said...

< But if I were a necrophile, I'd be delighted to follow the heady scent of all the corpses her path is strewn with ;-). >

Ewww, how appetizing ! But you know, the corpses you'll find there might not be the cutipies you're expecting. Madame Arcati is more dangerous to her own 'friends' than to her enemies or favorite celeb' targets. :-)

duralex said...

<< Do you know "The necrophile", by Gabrielle Wittkop? >>

I just discovered this message...
Well, I heard a lot of good things about this novel, but I didn't read it yet.
Or should I reply to you in french, as it seems you understand my first language. Are you from France ?