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[aroid-l] The Last Party

  • Subject: [aroid-l] The Last Party
  • From: "ron iles" <roniles@eircom.net>
  • Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2004 12:26:34 -0000

Does Man truly respect & really care about all diversity?   Is he not
paranoid & intolerant about the "nasty" ^ "unknown", the "different" &
frightening.  Does he not lust & greed for the "useless" & the "unused" to
be used, to control, tame & "own" the treasure outside?   Hell Bent on
destroying all he does not want & plundering that which he does?   How
impotent the puny "Save the ....." Worry Groups have been against Mammon?
The Birds no longer sing against the sound of Battle, Butterflies have no
place to place their eggs, the last Wild Flowers seed concrete, dust &

So!  Folks let us get real & be positive . Let us now just own the obvious &
interesting for ourselves & damn all the rest.  Let us wallow drunken
omnipotent & self-congratulatory in our clever clever name of Homo sapiens.


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