His sestinas are collages of words reflecting a confusing world of slogans, word torsi, foreign elements, noncommittal phrases, and non-sequitur
elements--to no other avail than to entertain both the creator himself and a willing readership.
First, in a contrived non-sequitur
, Mr Cole seems to blame anarchists for "violence" during the recent student protests in London because he saw anarchists start a "punch-up" during a demonstration 20 years ago.
For this might as well be called the Non-Sequitur
Studi closes the session with a non-sequitur
punch line: ``If it's called 'tourist season,' how come we can't shoot 'em?
SIR - Win Griffiths (Letters, July 10) tries to answer my criticisms of the Third Sector but only served up non-sequiturs
or unwittingly proved my point.
In a striking visual style that recalls the lacerating imagery of David Lynch, in clipped Beckettian dialogue lashed with non-sequiturs
, in a plot suffused with caustic ironies, the two struggle against each other's comfort, a hopeless endeavor that closes appropriately with a hung inquest unable to determine whether Brenda was killed or killed herself.
Basically it's like Can't Cook Won't Cook directed by Tony Scott, with elaborate swooping graphics, pumping orchestral-techno soundtrack and shouty presenters barking ridiculous non-sequiturs
about beef-stuffed pancakes like: "He's taking quality cattle, wrapping it into a ball AND THROWING IT AT THE WORLD
To that end, AoRealityAo is all about metaphors, puns and other brilliant turns of phrase, from the title that nods to the old Buggles hit by its producer, Trevor Horn, to the rapper-like rhymes and non-sequiturs
scattered throughout its meditations of fame, age and noncommittal romance.