No one has a good idea how the front and back images of a crucified man came to be on the cloth. No one has created images that match the chemistry, peculiar superficiality and profoundly mysterious three-dimensional information content of the images on the Shroud. Therefore, they compacted trash and recycling in a Stationary Compactor (there is an example on page 7). They put a ’tilt truck’ (see example on p.115) into a Cart Dumper (see example on p.120) of which there are two; one for trash and one for recycle. The two Cart Dumpers work by using a hydraulic arm to lift the tilt truck (through a ninety degree angle) dumping its contents into the compactor, to be crushed and compacted. Therefore, there are two photographs of the floor of The Cart Dumpers on p.27 and there are a two photographs of the Shroud of Turin on p.111. On p.45 the two photographs from page 27 are placed above the two photographs from p.111 (for a total of four photographs on one page). Therefore, they conclude (for now) that the Wear and Tear on the Floor of the Cart Dumpers and the two Images within the Shroud of Turin show the Front and Back of a scourged, crucified man. They said, “These hard times can last us so very long, If I ever get off this Killing Floor, I’ll never get down this low no more, and you say you had money, you better be sure, ‘Cause these hard times will drive you from door to door.” (After Skip James)
Starting on p.23 a 72 word sentence is split into 36 pages, dispersed at 2 words a page contained by 6 sets of 6 pages, with capital letters altered to lower case
Publisher: Liver Pizza Press
Published: April 27, 2014
Binding: Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink: Black & white
Weight: 1.92 lbs.
Dimensions (inches): 6 wide x 9 tall
A 72 word sentence is re-formatted by re-organizing the words of the sentence into a different system, but not into a different order. All the original capital letters have been changed to lower case. The novel also includes a table of contents for quick reference. Take a look at the preview provided on the Lulu page.
They remix excerpts of essays by Roland Barthes. Aces!