Highly Relevant Audio (if the matter in hand is malleable)(By the way … this audio is not the Irrelevant Discourse itself. This is only meant to supplement the written words.)

Welcome to Irrelevant Discourse with an Immortal Nobody. The evolving work in progress of Christo Clochard L (not his given name. He’s hiding from his mother.) … Diligent Scatterbrain, Intellectual Moron, Complicated Simpleton, Pleasant Prick, Demoralizing Inspirer, Fake Person, Cautious Outlaw and Honorable Cheat among other self-contradictory tumblr_mifb9qk1y91r4zr2vo2_r1_500epithets …

The direction of the work is unknown, but the experiment begins pre-500 BC in Ancient Greece …

Below you will find some audio which may make more sense when substantiated with the written scenes (well, maybe not).

Follow the links above the noise or just listen and see if you want to learn more … feel free to comment or ask questions if you are either disturbed or intrigued. Either way, thanks for visiting.

Some of the content on this site may not be appropriate for most people.

(Please check out The 1940s in the 2040s as well.)

12.)Sophie The Sophist 

11.)A Spot For Poppy

10.)Wasn’t Born Into Olives

1.)Drunken Women Dancing On A Hill

2.)Orphic-Holism

3.)Water Is Best

41 thoughts on “Highly Relevant Audio (if the matter in hand is malleable)(By the way … this audio is not the Irrelevant Discourse itself. This is only meant to supplement the written words.)”

  1. Ian Gardner said:

    Interesting!
    Some of these are oxymorons? 🙂

  2. just a little.

  3. nightmaresofjesus said:

    Thanks for checking out my blog! Yours is very interesting too! Cheers!

  4. Very intriguing design – I like it!

  5. I’m happy you stumbled upon my blog as yours is something else.

    I’m going to enjoy picking through it 😀

    Your mind is that of a philosopher for sure 🙂

  6. The more I read, the more I listen ….The more I appreciate.

    Thank you.

  7. ajaytao2010 said:

    Nice reading about you.

    Thanks. for visiting my blog Ajaytao2010@wordpress.com. Browse through the category sections, I feel you may definitely find something of your interest.

  8. “irrelevant”

  9. Well, I can’t change that now can I? It would look like that was an accident

  10. Hilarious. Very inspiring layout

  11. So cool. One would think we would be getting somewhere as the experiment has been going on for so long. And I’m glad u like my direct tangent.

  12. michaelroth51 said:

    Holy Crap man, your blog is beautiful. Thanks for liking my post, I’ll check out more of your stuff!

  13. Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking one of my poems. Your thoughts, words, images intrigue me. I look forward to more.

  14. dental eggs said:

    Mr…. Eye, is it? I’m struck by your eye. With that said, may I ask if I write about your eye on my site?

  15. Part of me, the part that desperately screams for symmetry and order in the chaos that is, really really hates this page. With terrifying passion at that.

    But luckily there’s a larger part of me, the sucker for random things that provokes thought and emotion – big and small, relevant or irrelevant, or even ground breaking (can you imagine?), is happy you pressed like on one of my own posts. Both for a selfish ego boost, and for the crumbles that lead me to what looks like a perfect challenge.

    Thank you. You’re welcome, too.

  16. “if you are either disturbed or intrigued.”

    Now I am stuck – am both intrigued and disturbed: disturbed because I am intrigued and intrigued that being disturbed doesn’t disturb me.

    But seriously: I love your work. It is so relevant (hehe) plus it has a major healing effect on my psyche.

    Everyone who can make me laugh in a serious way like you do, is my hero. Reminds me of this one from Wittgenstein “A serious and good philosophical work could be written consisting entirely of jokes.”

    • Wow, I am struck with same words as Helen Hunt in As Good As It gets when Jack Nicholson told her “you make me wanna be a better man.”

      And she responded, “that’s maybe the best compliment of my life.”

      I only wish I had never seen that movie and would not have made that association 🙂

  17. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Yours is fascinating and I could spend a serious amount of time here.

  18. like your little OCD guys Chris – nice to come along and read your irrelevant ideas – a good way to spend one’s time

  19. clericcowan said:

    Nice. Let me know if you ever want to collaborate on some pointlessness. I figure we could swindle some intellegence agency into loosing their grip on the knob if we played our cards rite.

  20. What an interesting site! I love it. And thanks for visiting my site. I post flash fiction stories every Friday.

  21. Disturbed, perplexed, dumbfounded, what ever, it is fun to pick through your stuff.

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  23. The relevant discourse in which we live is tied intrinsically to the ethos that defines our daily lives, such that without said ethos we’d cease to be ourselves and become someone completely different.

  24. Passing along the ‘Thank you’ award… Thanks for your blog 🙂
    http://ordinarygirlinbrum.wordpress.com/2013/04/05/the-thank-you-award/

  25. Just wondering if you have retired? Hope all is well…

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