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Raggedy Assed Star-gazing Mignons

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Posted by Brian Kirk Parquette on January 30, 2001 21:13:39 UTC

Full of highly compressed, explosively performing - now perfunctorily
perforated - astophysicists and their legion of lost, raggedy assed star-gazing mignons. As though George Gamow, Carl Sagen, Edwin
Hubble and Lemaitre, with the now thickly gathered, con-ceptually dominant, starry eyed Big Bang gangers, knew and understood it all along
< The free-way song of a liberated hubcap >. The lights at the ends of their mole infested , PsyWar choked , crazymaking tunnels having all
this time been an overloaded, 18 wheeler juggernaut, out of the back end of the cycle, from the Enrico Fermi nuclear power plant in Detroit.
Background theme from THE DAY AFTER. still playing on the charred, Geiger counter gagging, V.W. factory-FM tuned, KBAY radio. ‘In
the air! Everywhere!’ YOU DECORATED MY LIFE? Of course in stereo. Naturally in & out of a NUCLEAR FREE ZONE). The
inescapable sounds of gravity. Anything round and rolling - espe-cially metal, glass and/or stone - that’s allowed to slow down, fall over, and
settle, audibly oscillating and rotating downwardly toward a quick stop on a hard surface.

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