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October 05, 2008

sound noise

Martin Luther King Jr. said that “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” As loyal Canadians and Americans, we are compelled to work toward improving our communities, and that means refusing to be ourselves. Conceiving of one other than one’s self at right angles of impetus and freeness, and self devoted caring, one is able to affect a rush of support. Hence, one’s self becomes an oedipal prismoid, the Superego approves of the inner self in broad terms and with that comes a focus and depth granted by resolution. Tears jumped into the corners of your eyes at just that moment, but I could see you were fighting them away hard, so I didn't say anything. "Yes," you said, gratefully. "Yes, I would love to." "Great!" I said, a rush of relief and exhilaration pounding in my chest. Now we have special sensors to keep us from falling down the stairs. The system comes with invisible walls, which sends a signal to keep us from passing through the wall. And, we can be programmed to vacuum on a set schedule every week.


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