Thursday, February 19, 2009

"There will always be a moon over Marin"

Alice Bag perched on the surface of the Mediterranean. Bettina Köster was so potent that her power could be felt from three days before to three days after. Judy Nylon recycled dead organic matter into reusable nutrients, and Honey Bane, always accused of incidents, forced herself to fly from New York to London in the hair and skin debris of infected animals. Irene Dogmatic and Patty Palladin survived for a long time in an oak tree in Jewell County, north central Kansas, with nothing to eat but small itchy welts resembling mosquito bites. Cosey Fanni Tutti invented two simple scales to determine the level of sky darkness where she lives. Jean Caffeine's cutaneous sensations were considered by many investigators to be a form of pain. Mary Tantrum Lawler is no more dangerous than an algorithm.

1 Comments:

Blogger Insults said...

That is a gorgeous view. The same as the one from my place... Or not.

4:25 AM  

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