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Today I saw a few trees, the sky, and some grass. Then I noticed some holes in the ground where I was walking. I thought maybe they were snake holes but they could have been holes for some other animal I guess. Maybe gophers, prairie dogs, or maybe some animal that I'm just not familiar with. I have never met or have had the honor of knowing a badger or weasel. I wonder if it bothers them when people refer to aggressive people as badgers or when they call sneaky people weasels. ?

Then I saw some ant hills and some grasshoppers and some sand and some weeds and some honey bees and some sticks and some trash on the ground. I saw a few buildings here and there, but there were no garbage cans around, so I unfortunately had to walk on by the trash without doing something about it. You never know what may be growing on trash these days with as crazy as the world is getting.

After that it got dark and I couldn't see as much as I could in the daylight. I saw some rocks and some shadows and some cars going by. Mostly just their headlights.

Okay, bye-bye.






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Reverend AntinormalitÓ


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