Friday, May 28, 2010

Bypassing Georgia

Slightly altered landscapes cloud judgement with the loss of fundamental principles. A set of plans, set in stone, for all the world to see go conveniently unnoticed on ill paved country roads. Unguarded secret are less interesting. Underground Vatican libraries emerge on the scene to divert attention from just one locked door to which so few hold a key. History is important, as long as it has been tailored to prescribe a specific regimen of daily pills of ignorance. Mass extinction will be more popular if we believe we weren't warned.

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