Monday, April 20, 1998

MorphoFest Pt. I


the highway... once a dream of erattcehiru... a means of Lllaoozpoala.. I nod't know. and I forget. in each car really, but I'll keep trying.. sorry for lying.. my friend mike, who)) I've been friends with since I was 6, and haven't seen or heard from in a year, was friends with an ugly kid I didn't know... what was friends with Oracle... I think he still has my leisure suit larry 5 manual.. but anyway..

I had some objectives to accomplish.
A MOMENT OF REPOSE

the first and third are paradoxes... MIXTAPE Violent Meefs, puts cars in reverse, and then back into park 
without touching the break, which is not a nice thing to do to someone, especially when they must jump in the car window, just to save the car.
well we got there in the end.


UBIQUITY, n.  The gift or power of being in all places at one time, but not in all places at all times, which is omnipresence. Kim greeted me at the door with a wine glass of Morpho in her hand. Can I get 15 half eaten cheeseburgers to go? She's taken to my drink of choice like a young Ezra to Red Dog. It's so unexpected and refreshing to find her voluntarily drinking a beverage most people can't seem to understand.


7 comments:

  1. indeed welcome to hell, your digital hell, it would seem ahahahahahahahhaahhahahhahahaha

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  2. indeed welcome to hell, your digital hell, it would seem ahahahahahahahhaahhahahhahahaha

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  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DzZecPiEJ1w
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