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“I Am The Vessel That Stands Watch”

I am the vessel that stands watch as confiscated olives pour from carefully concealed clay casks and spread across the airport floor. I am the vessel that stands watch while green flesh blends with dull red hearts and random bits … Continue reading

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“I Get My News from the Talking Heads”

Al is going to Ferguson MO to stir up interest in the Michael Brown case. Sarah proclaims “ISIS is a monumental threat to everyone’s security….” Chris tries to startle with “Ebola is here and it’s lethal”. And Rush warns “Regime … Continue reading

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