AKS/News Item Gallery = jcap 1988-08-01 (0374)
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And Kyroot Said…
In the City I don’t know why they think it’s such a big deal
to just “be yourself,” ’cause it ain’t… leastwise how they do
The real purpose of a bird watching society is NOT to spot
To be in debt is to partially die, (or at least to willfully
make yourself short of breath).
Don’t ever let ’em rehabilitate you; you ain’t worth the
bother… even if it succeeds.
Generally speaking, from the Revolutionist’s view, the facts
Men see are not, and the ones they don’t, are.
Anyone whose dying words were, “I tried so hard to do what’s
right,” deserved to die.
All City ideas of religion are bridges spanning the gorge
‘twixt ignorance and a cold spell.
Tell me who you think you are, and I’ll tell you who you’re
The final chorus of all fanatical operas is a death march of
Those “artsie” folks in the City who like to begin their
songs with the words, “Whenever I get to thinking…” never do.
Through their rituals and beliefs, the City constructively
declares, “Some things must NEVER change,” to which the
Revolutionist adds, “God, I hope not.”
Chaos is in the eye of the beholder.
The general purpose of the City and its many Institutions is
to insure order and predictability, which the Revolutionist
strongly supports — for others.
A certain ruler proclaimed to the People, “Blah blah blah
blah blah, and further blah blah-more,” and afterwards a new
courier said, “Sire, what you told the People was not true.”
“Ah,” said the king, “what’s the truth among friends.”
Would a Real Revolutionist’s life be based on knowledge, or
And who can distinguish the two?
The Past is the home of the slogan, “A lotta good
it’ll do you.”
You’ll never soar like the eagles if you mistake anacondas
Those who speak about what the “Great men would do if they
were still here” are simply suffering over a bad pull in their
own self-approval muscle.
Never trust a god who takes credit for inventing Man.
Ordinary people can’t laugh at life ’cause they got nothing
to compare it to.