Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Sometimes the Only Answer is Crank "War Pigs" Until the Floor Shakes #Loose

You know how it gets sometimes when you're just so fed the fuck up with all the killing and all the self-righteousness about doing it.  There's only one answer and has been for fifty years.  Roll "War Pigs" and crank it until the floor shakes and the windows are vibrating.  (Ithaka:  "War Pigs" HD | Black Sabbath | LIVE Melbourne, Australia, 2013 #Music)

I can get such a great rage going behind that one ... it's been fifty fucking years and still those sorry motherfuckers don't get it and ... hell, yes ... rage against the Empire .... but it feels so good.

Ed:  so now you get self-righteous!

And, sure, I will since they're not the only ones who can do it but, of course, my kind of self-righteous is much better than their kind.  Any panel of impartial animal testers can advise you of this fact.

The Rockhouse does insist, however, since our self-righteous doesn't end up with dead people.

Ed:  except you!

Alas, regrettably so (larfs).

"Some Cat Said Wow"

We larf at death
because it isn't
any more
than a tiny mote of nothing
which comes and goes
never to be seen again
we hear it gets 
so dark and lonely
but we never heard that
from anyone who went
and then returned
we only know
some cat said Wow
before he split
and what do you know
of that
it might be even cool
but I'd just be a fool
to sit to chew my nails
just now
We larf at death
because it isn't

- Colonel Arbuthnot Jones

Ed:  WTF?

Sometimes it gets like that, mate.

It looks like ML in the PM in Cowboy time since clocks and groks just fine these days.  In fact, this should be the last concern about any time sync since the arrival of the ML EL is imminent (i.e. 30 hours or less).

Attention span is flipping about like a kid in a video arcade but with books since "The Gripping Hand" with the Moties is bogged down midway.  "The Marching Morons" is too immediately familiar ... but ... "Childhood's End" by Arthur C. Clarke is drawing me since it was based on the widespread autism of the time.  That developed to a shattering conclusion but not likely one you might predict.  That relates possibly to the electronic autism of the modern time which I perceive to be resulting in tremendously isolated people.  I'm not sure how concerned I want to be about that but I do believe it's worth some more reading.

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