Monday, July 27, 2009

The EEjit has landed!

'Man and Superman, the world tour' has kicked off to a great start with 'The Watercats' down in Co. Waterford They have really captured the spirit of the enterprise perfectly and have taken some photos too go and have a look and while your there check out some of their deadly music.They write some really fine tunes and sing them beautifully, so beautifully in fact that they have just won €300 in a busking competition and will be in local papers and on Youghal local radio.This is partly due to their outstanding talent as performrs but mainly due to the good luck hosting my assemblage brings ;)Well done to them , they thoroughly deserve it.Meanwhile the world domination,er ,I mean tour ,continues with 'Man and Superman 'shortly to head for Dublin,then England, Gran Canaria,Idaho,California, Connecticut and Canada.If you want to take part in 'Moving statues,Art to the people' drop a comment in the comments box.Live long and prosper comrades.Be the way, Castle EEjit is in a state of discomstrangulartion at the moment and with all sorts of routine breaking maliferodgeons going on my precious thinking space, the one space I have ,has been infiltrated and if I can't think I canno write and If I canno write me mental chassis is in a total chaos.So hopefully normal abnormal service will soon be resumed.I find blog writing good practice and I miss doing it and commenting on the comments.Ah well, the word on the street is ENDURE.


Rachel Fox said...

Funnily enough I used the word 'endure' in an email only this morning!

Heather said...

I hope peace and tranquility will soon return to Castle Eejit and you can hear yourself think once more. The photo on this post is fascinating - what is it? - it looks like a track of some sort, but I can't work out what made it.

willow said...

Are those M&M's in the soil where EEjit has landed?

the watercats said...

Well Mr EEjit, thanks a million for the good write up!.. we were honoured to have been the first guardian of "Man and superman", that thing is worth it's weight in gold..(well, and a bit more!) I can't wait to hear how the assemblage gets on in it's next installment... Hope you manage to get your head space back, I know what you mean, it's hard to be creative when you're unable to completely submerge into the process. Have an excellent week and we will post on the brilliant thing a.s.a.p, cheers!

ArtSparker said...

I see the Superman is leaving footprints in the sands of time. Looking forward to the visit.

Totalfeckineejit said...

Great minds, Rachel;)

Heather and Willow,yes, it is a quarry where M&M's are mined.The track is made by the big sweet lorry that takes them to the factory to be bagged.

Thanks for all your help Watercats.Onwards and upwards, one small postage stamp for man one work of art for mankind. :)

Ah, yes ArtSparker, the widdle in the sands.Sorry, the riddle of the sands.Thanks for joining in :)