Bill Spornitz on Tue, 9 Jul 2002 01:31:26 +0200 (CEST)

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In relation to a report recently from the World Wildlife Fund in 
relation to figures regarding the relation of the hungriest Monkey to 
the sub-beings of the Fantasy-jungle, the world's most famous open 
source project, to whit:

world's ticking timebomb</a>
Earth 'will expire by 2050'

Our planet is running out of room and resources. Modern man has 
plundered so much, a damning report claims this week, that outer 
space will have to be colonised...

Mark Townsend and Jason Burke
Sunday July 7, 2002
The Observer

A further two planets have been requisitioned by the Monkey Mind for 
the further happy and grunting propagation of the Monkey and all it's 
good works. Sing Hoo Sing Haw Sing HooHaw!@ Workers will begin 
fabricating these huge devices immediately. Engineers will consider 
the ramifications of post-launch trinary planetary objects that would 
result in the heavens, eclipse frequencies increasing while Global 
Sports Friends will provide colour commentary as the moon is sent far 
over the left field fence, going, going, over the goal, into the 


ps - consider the rabbits in my yard. They thrive because the dogs 
are well fed and the kitchen compost is rich. Picturesque,  - no - 
Storybook, they munch on dandelions that grow in the cracks of the 
front sidewalk.

This is the christmas city. Winter comes every year with a bite bite 
bite that bite's a bunny's ears off.

The bunnies are living just inside the southwest wall. I know that. 
I'm thinking they make unreasonable houseguests - some say vermin -> 
If I shut off access to their lair ( a simple yard of gravel will do 
the work where meetings in Rio and Johannesburg fail to do ) while 
they munch dandelions... I know that too. Late enough in the year, 
the corpses would freeze for easy removal - removal -

no burial here, I know that too...

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