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Towers of Babel
Tribal drums feed optical cabal

tribes writ Large

Complexity fails
Logic pales

Virus plagues man
Man plagues machine
Zeroes and ones spread contagion unseen

Hatred of faggots

My God
Beats your god
Your god is dog
My dog is God

The meek shall inherit.



"A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesman and philosophers and divines. With consistency a great soul has simply nothing to do."

- Ralph 'Where's Waldo' Emerson

"I don't know half of you half as well as I should like. And I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve."
- Bilbo Baggins

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The following comments are for "The Meek Shall Inherit (revised from 'Inherent')"
by drsoos

yeah, "lucky" them
stellar stuff, good doctor. rhythm carries this forward in flick-book fast images, a kind of inexorable, escalating progression d’effect, almost to the point of saturation, an information overload…

made me think that the meek probably don’t own computers. made me think that inheriting this earth seems less of a reward, more of a punishment. made me think that frankly, they’re welcome to it…

well-worded, as ever.

( Posted by: AuldMiseryGuts [Member] On: November 15, 2008 )

drSoos "Success is 99 percent perspiration and one percent talent"
This is great, very soosathon! I wish you well and the luck of hitting the right place at the write time in your writing. Looking forward to your writing return. Enjoy the glory of paying bills paying. You have what it takes, perseverance...almost as important if not even more important in some cases, as the talent by itself. Right place. Right Time. Good writing. Luck. Perseverance. Just like the quote:

"Success is 99 percent perspiration and one percent talent"

All the actors, writers, performers, rock stars potentials, a zillion of them in L.A., knew many, every waiter and waitress and telemarketer in L.A. is a would be, all talented, and all hoping to become that 1 percent of the lucky who make it to the top, the other 99 percent give up, or go back to the play stage, or back to mom and dad's house to play with their local rock band, or as in the case of writers, they drink, they write, they don't drink, they write, but they write, they write....always they write whether for fame, paying bills, pleasure, or just the need to exist and be heard and be!

Never give up. You have too much talent and range, who knows, the sky is the limit if you allow it to be and really want. Just like the light bulb, know the old joke about how many psychologists does it take to change a light bulb? You got to really, really, really want it! Same thing.

Too bad you left town. See you soon;-)


( Posted by: TheRealKarmaTseringLhamo [Member] On: November 16, 2008 )

Appearing locally, Lena
I never left. Perhaps I was neither here nor there. I am my own agent until I secure one. I believe I have a few items with sales potential given a bit of raw self-editing. I thought it best to delete from or any other entity any piece of work with potential future value; i.e, whatever looks like the good stuff. On the other hand here I am giving you free words like a jackpot in your back yard. I'm kidding.

On the other hand, I'm not. I've taken down a bit of stuff, and I will slowly continue.

I will also continue to write here God willing I'm inclined (inspired is asking too much on a regular basis). I will delete items sometime after posting.

So if I'm cutting out the marketable meat of drsoos (if any) I'd best delete my worst to balance out the deletion of my self-selected best. It's fair and humane.

I have chosen to de-post some items as I offer them elsewhere and/or rework them, the need obvious.

I've sold nothing yet. My soul remains unsold to Satan or publisher, but an assault gathers force to sell something. I'm still in town, Lena.

Downtown Downtown..

( Posted by: drsoos [Member] On: November 17, 2008 )

Inherent (meaning within one's genes)
I just almost sold something..
to Ed Almos; almost.
As if a cop show but the new young rookie helps
the old guy, months from retiring, keep going and solve an old crime, keeping the old fuck from retiring. The junior partner is inspired by the old man and, attempting to emulate or even beat him has infiltrated a gang of TalibaShiSunn unification non-bombers.

Radicals plan revolution. It's 1774, and the 12 going on 13 colonies are quite unhappy with Mother Country. Powder your wigs and prepare to get down and dusty!

Black robes- black ho's bought and paid for; asked to go down deep she asked 'where?', seeking a scene for a trifle.

Better I express my own on my own..

La Nasty
steve aka drsoos

( Posted by: drsoos [Member] On: November 19, 2008 )

Green Inheritance
How many Greenpeace members does it take to replace your household light bulbs with compact flourescent bulbs?

None. If you're not an idiot (and I know you're not one, Lena) you can unscrew an incandescant bulb and replace it with a compact flourescent.
They even have three-ways, those lucky bulbs (that is, the equivalent of a 50/100/150 watt three-way bulb for one third of the watts) must come from France.

I pay my savings out the ass for natural gas. Heating bills have been brutal.

What was I talking about?


CONCLUSION: You can't fucking win, but you can damn well lose less with a bit of informed thought. Those who refute reliable information in pursuit of their own goals are the moral equivalent of G.W. Bush and 'shoot your Dr. friend in the face when he brings up health insurance' "Dick" Cheney.

( Posted by: drsoos [Member] On: March 14, 2009 )

...true...oh, so very true.


-I have an appointment with several grief counselor shrinks today that will teach me how to change a light bulb even if the light bulb refuses to be changed, even if the outlet has lost it's will to continue in conducting electrical life impulse; burnt out.

( Posted by: TheRealKarmaTseringLhamo [Member] On: March 14, 2009 )

Now Current
Bulbs have changed as have we. Perhaps the wind of our windbags may power..

If I were a shrinky-dink (and I could be, I just need to buy the proper ('proper' may be an exageration, perhaps 'minimal' is a better start)
diploma from a mill or diplomat (or Diplomat- documents are oft sold from ancient Chrysler products with PA tags.) I would advise you:

Be a twisty flourescent. You will generate much more light, and less heat. Flourescents are more efficient in part because they don't radiate unwanted heat. Who wants the heat? Radiate warm light from your entire self. You and I, and a few other dim bulbs are connected in a twisted way.

Parallel is the preferred connection, preventing the darking of all bulbs.

Who wants to be the strand-killing bulb?

I prefer to illuminate.


ps- A good poem awaits and we're talking light bulbs. No more light bulbs. Tell me just how dull, brilliant, or tinted I am, in one million words or less. LCL (laugh clown laugh).

( Posted by: drsoos [Member] On: March 20, 2009 )

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