Lee Camp: Dystopia Will Not Attack Us, It Will Slowly Consume Us

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  1. Simon Valentine | Nov 21, 2013 at 8:30 pm |

    It passed and passed until it slept, until it right in me, so fluently,
    napping, hiding, transferring, like Lazarus the particle was waving good
    goodbye. It was then that the small counted, and counting are they
    still, each and every resurrection that had happened without death’s
    hospitality. Like a marking of a season of a sign of a truce, an axiom
    presented was so very quite acute. Was it another colubri or was it et arche de per se? Pretentiously differentiated lies of false diversity?

    Plot with math the camel hump, the Wednesday of crime; if no one catch you at the top, roller coaster is free ride; and at the end all die, popping a different sort of economic bubble – how to be a good little Jesus and get everyone else in trouble.

    What year is the Nuremberg trial for economic crimes?
    I’d bring donuts, but won’t be hungry.

  2. “evil man always transcending”…..dude, your clearly not understanding that those lyrics have no meaning. How do evil men transcend? Jesus to God, please get rid of that intro music. It has no meaning.

  3. Simon Valentine | Nov 22, 2013 at 12:34 pm |

    none taken sir of course. there’s this problem with bad guys, crime,
    or ‘the real effects of an invisible evil’ in that it takes one to know
    one. the ring weighs heavy. the stone sinks deep. the flux capacitor
    warps. the umbra becomes. the work unfolds like so much algebra
    trying to get away from calculus, trying to get back to the basics, the
    reality, the home of all that is not circus. square one.

    there’s a bit of any signal within everyone, really.
    of the worsts breeds of crime are the ones that continue a sort of
    morphography after their masters have died off. even the utmost
    innocent have a story to tell. and what an illusion it is.

    like the banished devil prophet in the bottomless pit trading places
    with christ as a magic card trick inside Ichabod Crane’s cardinal cage
    while Katrina holds it in mind. and i’d rather study astrophysics.

    • Calypso_1 | Nov 22, 2013 at 1:11 pm |

      Innocence is but another fungible current at the delicatessen of plaintiff hunger.

      • Simon Valentine | Nov 22, 2013 at 1:23 pm |

        oh weird. fungible. i did eat the shrooms once. traded a bit of memory with a … *shrug* Aztec priest momentarily. one short way to describe a bit. anyway. like the game Sorry? i often feel that the word vicarious isn’t ‘just the one i need’. hmm. odd that ecosystems require power sources irregardless of structure yet cannot duplicate simple gravity well enough to mend instead of placate. it’s like we’re living pi = 4, squaring the circle, and looking for a way off – a way to make some pi.

    • Brett Price | Dec 5, 2013 at 4:46 pm |

      thanks for clarifying. your control of the English language is remarkable and I enjoy your extremely unique perspective.

  4. kowalityjesus | Nov 23, 2013 at 6:15 pm |

    People should NOT go to jail for speaking truth to power. Arrogance will be their downfall, when The Powered think they know everything and will not accept a reality check it is a recipe for disaster.

    On the other hand, in the future I think signing a petition will become more analogous to this: http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/1993-10-26/

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