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Jul 2016
My heart tries its best to be numb*... and my heart already  
is with the staged foresight of the future,
spending the next 50 years with you binged on Netflix -
in front of the t.v., sure, carry on with the smooth talkers,
but it ends up being a farce when
the English *** jokes come up on the menu -
oyster - ha ha! - stiff - ha! - third ******! -
ooh ha ha belly rumbling - why is it that men always seek
adventure and women always seek domesticity?
even in writing, esp. in writing, women
aim for domestic writing, men aim at
adventurous writing - I DON'T CARE...
you can add a # if you like, you won't be
able to dial a specific number with it -
# a word and we're all be phoning a non-existent
person - because half a billion people used
that word in 5 minutes while choking on a pizza -
women forget they were ***** once upon time,
daddy issues fudged the gateway toward
endemic closure statements (yes, it was intended
as closures, but pluralism was changed into
closure statements) - the debilitating positive
discrimination that men do science and that women
do humanity, you ever hear the bias that women
write grand essays on the existential absurd?
daddy rocked himself to death on the rocks chasing
and chastising Moby ****'oh...
told a joke, was reprimanded and subsequently dieted
himself to death. what a ******* adventure that was...
a thousand Ethiopians ate breakfast and thought
it was a theme-park away from their ritual starvation.
you think i'd get **** in prison with my
butter tongue talk? i think i'd talk my way out
and become an English prof. like Le Saux -
i can believe the graphemes (æ / œ) taking the route
of divorce encouraged the barbarian invitation to encode sounds
in Latin, with divorce being granted, as a result
of vowel diacritical marks being used -
but what's surprising is that Latin has no consonant
grapheme - which doesn't explain diacritical marks
on consonants, sure enough cutting apart æ / œ
would generate the A with acute, grave, breve,
caron / háček (haachek / haczek / haczyk - fish hook)
and the E with double acute, double grave, inverted breve,
cedilla - but there's no logical reason why
diacritical marks be added to consonants since there
is no consonant grapheme in Latin - only a vowel grapheme /
Siamese notation - unless there was a marriage
with the *** Priest - and what the northerners blessed
as consonant softening as in Fjørdé - right hand h, left hand h -
claps to applause or catches to curb excesses of sound
and later surds - but there is no grapheme in the realm
of consonants in Latin to appropriate diacritics to any consonant,
thus said: consonants are definite sounds (the, as too the article)
while vowels are indefinite sounds (a, as too the article) -
i guess it's called: follow-up suite... if applied to the Siamese
twins of the vowels a & e, e & o, then too readily applied
where necessary - so even though the Roman Empire
was considered conquered and fallen... look at the ingenuity
of accommodating its conquerors into using its
phonetic encoding (the alpha beta - religiously cited as
the αλφœμεγα).
Mateuš Conrad
Written by
Mateuš Conrad  36/M/Essex (England)
(36/M/Essex (England))   
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