Wednesday, July 9, 2008

apocolpsycodellionest

apocolypse culture ~ apocolpyse wow
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above is a bar code scan card fitted for a key chain already riddled by discount save~o~mathix auto census lasar targets* ~Revelation Offers Hope~ is a beuatifully apocolpytic power point illustriated touring seminar which takes hops skips and jumps through old and new testameants, somehow explaining in round your elbow head shoulders knees and toes scenic route & then back around again to somewhere else, to inform one that stars are angels, and that our sky is full of them* Judgement day is an ongoing subject of severely intriguing artists* It is such well invested imagery that has perhaps sold people on going to a better place in afterlights, ensuring returned sales in collection plates, as our beloved Book of Revelations' depictions of everything archetype continues for centuries on end to scare hell outta people* All hand fulls of people who attend this several days worth of explaining a psychodellic? meditative? experience documented as a skitsophrenic? vision, {translated into verbatim terms of omimnous omnipresent wrathful impending death, doom, & damnation} are scanned into a laptop using their key chain access code in order to "keep track of who's coming"! If there's one thing America has to offer as a cultural accet, it is such a one spectral sided spectacle of what not just republican rightest frindges have creative~dellusionally produced* And if you're really lucky, you just might live in a quaint town holy enough to provide a great entertainment service of dramtaic stage show re~enactment plays of our symbolic end times in their entirity!prophetic
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mike

1 comment:

BoBo Wilzon said...

I went to one of those plays one time. I got yelled at for squeezing this girl's butt earlier, and at some point during the play I cried so hard that I was convinced that the rapture was going to happen right then. At the time I was ready for it. When it didn't happen I knew I was headed for more trouble.