the overdisney lobsterlonging by Aad de Gids

the overdisney lobsterlonging for falling in an unforeseen
situation. homicide by suicide. what one situation seemed,
appeared to be many. the scatterdness of all became topic as
well as trajectory. all the domains flew into each other. it
is there but then also here. there are no continents anymore.
incontinents. neopostpangaea. the continental drift is webbed
together by informational ecology and archipelagoing. now
WWIII has begun. yet all seems to be against all. connected
all with all. DNA in a thumb identifies a terrorist. family
is dumbfounded. that little baby was standing fucking shooting.
luckily he blew himself to smithereens or that was also the
homicide. Paris was in chaos but with these hyperurbane mega
complexes all already is always in chaos. yet the definition
of a fridaynight leisure spray of activities could still be
used before,and then not anylonger after,a certain time. now.
a lightbulb bursted and everyone fled in all directions. so
ISIS doesn’t care any longer about that “stupid talking about
innocent civilians”. the possibility exists to cut the streams
of financial backing of those pieces of filth. weapons,money,
fuel,transport,locale. here there were already three incidents
deriving from that black friday,one,strangely enough,that
friday before that friday. a boy was overran by young joyrida
in a stolen car and propulsed fifteen metres forward until
seemingly,a bag of groceries 40x40x40 cm. then covered with
white sheet. the three in the car ran,one was caught later,of
16 years old. within the cloche of that,mourning,gatherings
an,isle of flowers,a silent walk,also relentless autumnal storms.
that day MARS was dead for a year. i had a weeks leave. so it
had the opportunity to carve deeply in. and then we had Paris.

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