Giles Goodland


Erotic Capital

Species of insect are attracted from miles around by the smell of their fellows' sex organs

more obligatory than erotic, but since they don't get in the way of the

sexually suggestive moaning—something that could cause the public to mistakenly believe

the male made regular undulating movements of his abdominal segments

will be erotic multimedia shows and rollaway 'hot seats' that allow the disco floor to be

for the baby the prototype of what later in life will become lover-lover bonding

watching her stiffen, then go out of self-control, all because of my magically penetrative word

their next encounter is filled with phallic vocabulary and the suggestion of sexual release

nervously licking her lips, were being aroused by the intrusion. Her unconsciousness of the hand suggests

can I fill your box? Can I pet your monkey? Can I peter your rabbit? Can I ear your muff?

based on 900 hours of watching heterosexual social behavior in bars. His research on copulatory sequences in rats suggested

a hand down to her inner thigh, and quite suddenly she tensed, her body went rigid, and as she pushed my hand away she said

the nice man I married' turned into 'a raving madman with scary, scary eyes' who used to tie her up before

what is known as the 'money shot'—a close-up of the male orgasm, sometimes filmed in

consumerism and the sexualization of violence. We have evolved a popular mythology, in which the hero's sexuality is

a puppet show at the Arts Festival which, according to witnesses, included oral sex

cotton fabric becomes invested with sex and catches fire with consumers, and then

an unlicensed second-hand clothing shop in Tokyo, specializing in used panties and schoolgirl uniforms, on suspicion

that male sexuality was considered unassailable and that this led to the notion of sperm as sexual capital

a man with breasts for eyes and pubis for a mouth

is interpreted as little more than a complex way of increasing our sexual selection

partners don't meet in the middle, a situation today's sex therapists have dubbed 'desire discrepancy.' Think of

the child with soothing words, breast-feeding, gentle caresses, and penis stroking. People in nearby seats tried to help by passing forward

an era that recognizes and celebrates women as sexual beings

six sexually-neutral color slides served as stimuli during the experimental trials. The sexual slides depicted

workshops in the arts of fantasy role-playing, 'play-piercing' and 'oral skills', and there's even a new museum of sex

a new industry, and the commodification of breasts becomes that much more intensified

retired sex-worker Scotty, the "Sexy Super Gran", whose brittle cheerfulness masks

for us to be playful with our sexuality and our feelings of being fat, to jiggle it around.

1976 Economist 30 Oct. 82: 'Debugging pesticides'; 1977 Wash. Post 27 Mar. E3: 'Killing columnist'; 1978 Entertainment Law Reporter Oct.: 'George Benson obtains injunction prohibiting sale of album recorded years ago'; 1979 Science 2 March 917: 'Dual function of damselfly penis'; 1980 Forbes 7 Jan. 184: 'Leisure'; 1981 Q. Rev. Biol. vol. 56, 388: 'Devel. sexuality & eroticism in humankind'; 1982 College Engl. vol. 44, 455: 'Where children strove at recess'; 1983 Jrnl. Assoc. Teachers Jap. vol. 18, 163: 'Second thoughts on Kokoro'; 1984 Representations no. 6 (Spring) 31: 'Communism, motherhood, & cold war movies'; 1985 Amer. Speech vol. 60, 26: 'Lang. singles bars'; 1986 Q. Rev. Biol. vol. 61, 435: 'Sex signals'; 1987 Transitions Nov./Dec. 5: 'On men, guilt & shame'; 1988 Times 27 Feb.: 'Killer captured by intuition, sci., & hard work'; 1989 LA Times 2 Nov. 46A: 'Scholarly, accidental look at pornogr.'; 1990 Seattle Times 11 March K4: 'It's not all animal sex'; 1991 Heritage Found. Reps. January 18, No. 803: 'Nat. Found. for Arts: misusing taxpayers' money'; 1992 LA Times 12 Apr. (Bk. Rev.); 1: 'Guess/Jordache; bottom line'; 1993 Mainichi Daily News 4 Sept: 'Man sells pornographic videos after being released from custody'; 1994 British Med. Jrnl. 2 Apr. 926: 'Stork & syringe'; 1995 Wash. Post 27 Dec. FOl: 'Painted without a blush'; 1996 Independent 4 Dec. (Features) 2: 'Natural deselection'; 1997 Harper's Bazaar Jan. 10 134: 'Sex underdrive'; 1998 Jrnl. Asian Stud. vol. 57, 105 'Cambodian Genocide & dark side of face & honor'; 1999 Mainichi Daily News 14 May 11: 'Erogenous zones know no boundaries'; 2000 Jrnl. Sex Research 1 Feb. 8: 'Automatic processes & appraisal of sexual stimuli'; 2001 Belfast Tel. 19 Nov. 'Woman 2 woman'; 2002 Halifax Daily News 23 Nov. 39: 'Society's fascination with breasts'; 2003 The Age (Melbourne) 10 Apr. 20: 'Bus. & bordello'; 2004 Herizons Mar. 24: Belly wisdom'.


Liquid Capital

They might find themselves in the political wilderness for a generation—or liquidated entirely

taking advantage of the inflow of oil money, these foreign financial operators

change quickly. There is still a shortage of liquid capital, and relatively unemployed money

bank on capital flows as a rule of thumb against which to gauge the influence of

innovations like stream of consciousness which dissolve the formal syntax of culture into

straight-through and split-flow process configurations evaluated for: (1) two-stage plants with bypass reheat, (2)

chaotic phenomena in production, circulation and distribution have not been eliminated

by shareholders. Attention must be paid to absorbing floating capital

in unstable countries, may rush to buy extra crude. Result for Americans could be

fires associated with such things as cover plate leakage, turbocharger failures, and fuel oil

in exposed water in or near cisterns, oil drums, motor tyres, open drains, even church fonts

but Detroit's gains, fueled by higher car prices and higher unit sales, haven't trickled down

urine voided by the patient in the normal way is collected and centrifuged

the wand, which dispensed the liquid nitrogen at a pressure of 150 lb/sq in., cleared a square

-shaped, dripping ice cube along her neck, her forehead and, depending on which version you see, her chest

a little nose paint? Drinkwater said to Casey, beckoning to the bar, where they took a table

and an information/telecommunications network. When subject to the digital flow

the loaf concept prevents the onions from getting as crisp as they might if allowed to fry freely in oil

splashing into the nest they hurl out the eggs, whose elastic threads attach to plant stems

often highlighted by a swirling solid-to-liquid effect that the company calls Warpo

oil burners, either electric or heated by a candle, are now widely available

on its international flights and by next winter, his water will be flowing into U.S. cities

strum produces a graceful, lilting sound like flowing water

residents related their struggle to survive without the right to fish in the waters which had fed

bottomhole pressure increases or spikes as a result of liquid slugs and inertial acceleration

unregulated, secretive and highly leveraged capital flows sweeping around

stainless steel construction and closed water systems, special crumb free flow pan, plus

the color can be introduced into the tumbling sugar by atomizing a liquid color

such massive liquidity injection within a supply-constraint economy can lead to overheating

the parcels, as they flowed down, made a dull sound at the bottom of the hole, like a stone thrown

or process equipment that carries a pulse of fluid less than .012 cubic inches

to achieve a decent depth of liquidity without becoming dependent on over-cooked technology

ensuring continuous and stable material flow to the cone.

1973 Latin Amer. 20 July 225: 'Argentina: through looking glass'; 1974 Latin Amer. 14 June 181: 'Venezuela: prudent audacity'; 1975 Forbes 15 Jan. 55: 'Facing facts'; 1976 Bus. Week 17 May 55: 'Switzerland'; 1977 Contemp. Sociol. vol. 16, 413: 'Cultural contadictions capitalism'; 1978 Oil & Gas Jrnl. 20 Mar., 158: 'Performance compliance stands as plant problem'; 1979 BBC Summ. World Broadc. 23 June, China 2: 'Chen Pixian addresses Hubei CCP Committee'; 1980 BBC Summ. World Broadc. 26 Feb. China 11: 'Other reps. on agric.'; 1981 U.S. News & World Rep. 19 Oct. 21: 'Look ahead from nation's capital'; 1982 Nuclear News Feb. 44: 'Diesel generator fires'; 1983 World Health July 8: 'Nigeria's booming capital'; 1984 Iron Age 3 Sept. 54: 'Steel stalled; nonferrous gains'; 1985 World Health May, 26: 'Preventable bladder cancer'; 1986 Chem. Week 2 July, 18: 'Chemicals help rejuvenate Miss Liberty'; 1987 AdWeek 11 May: 'Revlon's revelers get big thrill from little chill'; 1988 Sports Illust. 18 July, 56: 'Mighty Casey fans'; 1989 The Nation 8 May, 636: 'Mona Lisa Overdrive'; 1990 Commerc. Appeal (Memphis) 7 Nov., El: 'Onion rings still widely popular'; 1991 Independent 2 June, 70: 'Sinister beauty of smut'; 1992 Advert. Age 6 July, 100: 'Warpo factor 10'; 1993 Daily Mail 9 Feb. 32: 'Using your common scents'; 1994 Advert. Age 18 July, 119: 'Russ. Church blesses holy water scheme'; 1995 Straits Times (Singapore) 13 Feb. 7: 'Chinese music's 3,000-year-old heritage'; 1996 Afr. News 12 Sept.: 'Paternoster fisherfolk left high & dry'; 1997 World Oil July 61: 'Offshore underbalanced drilling syst.'; 1998 S. China Morning Post 9 Oct. 2: 'Worst of crisis 'probably' over'; 1999 Candy Ind. 1 Sept. 52: 'Buyers, exhibitors confirm Interpack success'; 2000 Prepared Foods 1 Apr. 81: 'Candy springs up in vibrant colors'; 2001 Afr. Rev. Bus. & Technol. 27 June, 15: 'Nigeria: country at crossroads'; 2002 Austral. Financ. Rev. 25 Jan. 49: 'Loss on bks.'; 2003 Ind. Distribution 2 Nov.: 'Product news'; 2004 Investors Chron. 16 Apr.: '& they're off'; 2005 Rock Products 1 Mar. 58:2005 'Conexpo'.


Narco Capital

The CIA is in no way engaged in either witting or unwitting testing of drugs today

cops are ordered to prove they are junkies by dealers who have them locked inside

a 'drug recall' measure was obtained by asking respondents if they recalled seeing any TV

stimulants peak at ages 26-34, sedatives peak after 50 and tranquilizers remain on the same level

substance consumption and subjective stress indicators were measured repeatedly

by police studying the possible involvement of the bank in drug trafficking

abuse of all substances from heroin to paint thinner is evident, and addicts often use

a quantity of drugs in glassine envelopes on a table in the back room

the mayor, whose sins included the sale of psychedelic gelatin, sent three demons to waylay

the lucrative cocaine business without a 'concurrent expansion of legitimate

drugs, including common anti-cancer treatments and morphine, differ in effect according to

hand signals and mouth gestures' that they were buying drugs from a police officer

the bank records are also likely to reveal that the Panamanian leader was being paid by the C.I.A. at the time as

psycho-sexual-religious horror, blazing with screaming guitars and acid-trippy psychedelics

such vices are simply not necessary when you are 'cracked up on Jesus,' he chants

with LSD and pot part of the experience. A 'psychedelicatessen' sold green Jell-O

to simulate the way molecules—and especially drug molecules and receptors—dock

created by the CIA. Patients were given hallucinogenic drugs and made to wear virtual-reality

they cross the mountains, lakes and seas that comprise Europe's outer frontiers, carrying the mob's narcotics in

an 'entheogen' (an 'inner-god-releasing' substance), causing alterations in consciousness that can be

the consciousness that he or she wishes to obtain, and is lulled by a rainbow

saying: 'The stuff is not mine.' Police escorted Lam back to his flat where they found two torn condoms with traces of heroin

unaware that they were part of the agency's experiments on mind control. The subjects ranged from

slain narco-corrido king Chalino Sanchez, and a blurred black-and-gray field stamped with 'There is no

liquidity injection within a supply-constraint economy can lead to increases in imports

the meat-spattered participants were drugged by a sense of communal sexuality. They

swallow Ya Ba tablets after school and clamour for more. For a quicker rush, they crush

and misuse a synthetic analog of prostaglandin E, resulting in limb deformities attributable to vascular disruption.

1977 Wash. Post 19 Aug. 6: 'Mindboggling'; 1978 Detroit Free Press 2 Apr. (Detroit Supp.) 10/4; 1979 Jrnl. Consumer Research vol. 6, 37/1: 'Pain-pill-pleasure model & illicit drug consum.'; 1980 Annual Rev. Sociol. vol. 6, 242: Drug & drinking behavior among youth'; 1981 Jrnl. Health & Social Behavior vol. 22 155: 'Occup. stress & var. in cigarette, coffee & acohol consum.'; 1982 Nuclear News June 127: 'Evolving towards projected man'; 1983 Jrnl. InterAmer. Stud. & World Affairs vol. 25, 342: 'Domestic implications illicit Colombian drug prod.'; 1984 NY Times 27 June, Sect. B; 3/6; 'Man killed in raid; shooting termed accidental by police'; 1985 LA Times 19 Dec. 1; 5/1: 'Mexico's bizarre nativity play'; 1986 Wash. Post 27 July Sect. 1 Al: 'Bolivian barometer: coca price falls'; 1987 Guardian 18 Dec.: 'Raid at dawn instead of guns at high noon'; l988 St. Petersburg Times 26 Mar. (N. Pinellas sect.) 7: '7 arrested in drug trafficking check'; 1989 Times 17 June: 'Britain sends US evidence of Noriega's drug millions'; 1990 Back Stage 23 Nov. 24: 'Holy note'; 1991 Jrnl. Amer. Folklore vol. 104, 315: 'Narrative & vocal improv. in Afr. Amer. gospel quartet'; 1992 Seattle Times 22 March L1: 'Rock concert turns 40'; 1993 Compute February, 100: 'Virtual reality'; 1994 Esquire Mar. 85/1; 1995 Mother Jones June 54/2; 1996 Independent 8 Sept. 12: 'Outdoors of perception'; 1997 Bizarre Mar./Apr. 67 (Advt.); 1998 Hong Kong Standard Sept. 9, 'Law clerk joins client in jail for heroin traffick bid'; 1999 Wash. Times 12 Mar. Part C. C4: 'Obituaries'; 2000 LA Weekly 29 Sept. (Music) 47: 'Welcome to Tijuana'; 2001 Afr. Rev. Bus. & Technol. 27 June, 15: 'Nigeria: country at crossroads'; 2002 Guardian Apr. 15 'Short hist. performance'; 2003 NZ Her. 1 Feb.: 'Thai kids hooked on mad med.'; 2004 Environ. Health Persps. vol. 112 69-: 'Influence of pre- & periconceptional exposures on children's health'.