|Posted on Wednesday, January 31, 2007 - 05:48 pm: ||
Yep, no doubt but they would. Think wearing a turtleneck while reading it might help?
"Jones asked Galloway if he thought an invasion of Iran was on the horizon. Galloway was confident that massively opposed public opinion would stop an attack from taking place, unless a staged terror attack carried out by the military industrial complex and blamed on Iran was carried out."
|Posted on Wednesday, January 31, 2007 - 01:05 pm: ||
Hrmmmmmm. A person with a Yggdrasil sleeve tattoo and a Valknot on the nape of their neck would find this pretty contradictory.
"and surely some koan suggests neglect leads to perfection"
|Posted on Wednesday, January 31, 2007 - 03:08 am: ||
The scientists arrived upon the scene,
astounded, brought there by wild rumors,
not believing their eyes.
Yet, there they stood in front
of the very tree Eve had eaten from
and handed the forbidden fruit to Adam.
Adam had swallowed it guiltily
just like the first time
he entered Eve.
The scientists stood in amazement,
shuffled from foot to foot
before the mythological tree.
And there was fruit upon it.
A female scientist reached for the fruit involuntarily,
she stopped herself, shook uncontrollably,
looked in horror at her colleagues
and gasped for ancient air.
The tree has seen it all---
leaf after leaf, branch after branch,
fruit after fruit, man after man,
God after innumerable God.