stare across the courtroom, guns strapped to their side, sitting
the other side
As the judge reads my brief, I'm hoping he appreciates the fact that hieroglyphics were a mixed or 'doubled' writing, part pictograph, part phonetic. Thus, while it might be an ibis or a bull which was depicted, its significance could be either what it represented, or it could be a phoneme sounded within a word or sentence: a 'doubled' test with respect to reading. Thus, in both representation and in the written text, Vivienne Hermann is dying, as visiting her when my car was tagged is my crucial point. He alternately reads and looks down at me. I try to fathom this maudlin-faced man in black robe. What could he be thinking, while I'm thinking apple deaf?