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Ibeataloss
Thursday, 4 August 2005
greenest film I ever saw
Anybody see 'the sorceress'? I reckon the distance between those days (middle ages), now and as many on again will get us only halfway back to soothingly, enlivening and nurturing unmolested envionments .. . if we're extremely lucky .... cause instead of an antidote to christianity which turned mentioned situations from a to b we get spin off number 2 (islam) with all the more potency, virulence and deadliness for constantly bouncing between the root of all evil (mono-whatever) that spawned it and spin-off number 1.
Now, the french have this euphemism for orgasm called 'the little death' - since clearing space in a busy womb with some healthy and vigorous pumping action is out of the question (inside is out untill .. ) outer space needs clearing with a few healthy blasts (it's the equivalent of the post-marriage revel red stained lover's bedsheet but the left is stubborn in its determination to cost us a few more rivers of blood and so they tune out and obstruct voices that speak of giving the ohnehin natural segregation a hand in light of the facts of life: insurmountably fundamental cultural difference that lasted long enough to be internalized - a challenge to those many of us who believe in the basic operability of problems - in the fancier year reports of the bio-industrious blessed with lots of acreage to release their evil deeds upon reports about what we know exactly including the use of dna guns are schizophrenically enough interspersed with ones wherein they feel secure enough to admit they haven't a clue yet don't feel obliged to recognize these situation are prone and bound to mutate and hybridize seeing they are in such unspecifiably reconstellating proximity. After all, explorers love to travel; feeding the birds is for the birds, birdfeed.

Posted by poetpiet at 10:02 AM EDT

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