Monday, March 23, 2020

Choosing between the lesser of two evils is such bollocks.

Will poetry save us from ourselves?
No, it won’t, but the passion behind it just might.
It’s never about how deep your belief is because belief like beauty can too often be only skin deep.

“God is a concept by which we measure our pain.” Lennon was right on target when he wrote and sang that.
Of course the sadistic bloke was wrong about so many other things, but we must forgive him because twisting and shouting is great exercise when the seconds become all too tedious and the gravity of the situation falls on deaf ears.
Let’s safely stand together six, eight or even ten feet apart and remember the good times as hellfire knocks upon our doors like a murder of crows or Trump himself sitting on our collective faces.

The world is sheltering in place or at least the world should be sheltering in place, but so many people are too stupid to accept the warring signs as our new reality (for now) because alt facts have replaced people’s daily fiber as their ignorance rains down like golden droplets of piss infecting us with the coronavirus or worse.
My facts are just as made up as Trumps of course the difference is my moral compass wasn’t coopted by a daddy who didn’t care if money could buy happiness as long as he could keep making money.
Roy Cohn is liddle Donnie’s spirit animal and that’s as close as he gets to spiritualism because anything that doesn’t focus on him is just a waste of time.

Will science save us?
Yes, it probably will though I wonder if we’ll learn our lesson this time around and see just how close we were to going over the edge.
Let’s get something straight “we’re only as only as safe as the least insured person” and because Bernie Sanders said that maybe you’ll find something in that statement to take issue with or maybe you’ll allow some hard knocks to sink into your thick skull and accept that some truths aren’t just self-evident they are self-proclaimed once you pull your head out of your ass and fart.

Charles Cicirella

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