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In Southern China, a fat old commie capitalist is washing viagra down with a tonic made of tiger balls.
20,000 Leagues beneath the sea, the liver of an electric eel is struggling with the mercury created in the production of this pen.
At a posh private school in Malibu, a future President is bullying a nerd who will someday write the great american novel.
In Jamacia, a man with grey dreads is making his living doing head-stands on a beer mug.
In Bombay, a sweet young tech-support is up late, reverently turning the pages of "The Bhagavita."
In Sweden, Bjorn Borg, dressed entirely in his own clothing line, is receiving service from a model who loves him for going above and beyond the call of duty on a tennis court.
Outside Fallujah, a Marine lieutenant is using his iPod to buy Apple stock, which has tripled in the past year; next month it will drop one tenth and his mother will be killed at a poorly designed intersection.
In a galaxy far, far away, three-headed university students are furiously scribbling notes as they watch Hitler speak at the Berlin Olympics.
In the Sahara Desert, a teen antelope with so much to live for is sprinting faster than he ever has before to escape a lithe older lioness; a 31 year old British babe is congratulating herself on a smashing picture.
In Alaska, a twelve year old girl, whose father is slaving away on a fishing schooner, is deciding if Jay-Z or Fabolos is more talented; She's going to click on Fabolos.
In Guam, I'm listening to a bible-thumping meth dealer jack off in the bunk below me as I wistfully watch a grove of palm trees sway in the wind through a barred window.
John Lennon said, "But if you're talking about destruction, you know you can count me out."
But I say, "You know, you can go ahead and drop the bombs."

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The following comments are for "Drop the Bombs"
by seanspacey

Bummed-out Sean
I don't know Sean, you seem like a different person/writer. This is excellent.
What a totally depressing coffee table book this would make -- "A Day in the Life of an F'ed World".
Give us more.

( Posted by: brad [Member] On: February 28, 2005 )

Ah... I'm a foolish literary chameleon. I have a book called: "An Ode To Id" coming out through Publish America but it won't have my most recent work. Watch for my new poem: "A Tree Grows In Hades."

( Posted by: Seanspacey [Member] On: February 28, 2005 )

mad world, sane Sean. I enjoyed. Thanks.


( Posted by: drsoos [Member] On: March 2, 2005 )

Thanks to everybody who read this piece. There have been places in my life where nice comments about my literature is about all that got me through.
Brad, you'd be welcome to turn this into a coffee-table book if you have the art supplies and the inclination. I think it's a cool idea myself but I'm not any kind of an artist.

( Posted by: Seanspacey [Member] On: March 4, 2005 )

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