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Written on January 14, 2005, and categorized as Secret and Invisible.
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No time. Cannot post. Blog withdrawal. Should drugs be legal? BBC included my smarmy email. Blogclicker: Join this sinister cult, we’ll all be famous and live in heaven. Not. Who cares? And why? Harry the Nazi. Son of Hewitt. Just like stupid dad. Privileged twat. Sod the press. Take away bodyguards. Titan probe: crashing through marmalade skies into tangerine sea, playing music to Saturn’s moon. Music! Conditions for life. Ha! Coming alien invasion, preceded by long guitar solo. End post.

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  1. RuKsaK
    Posted 14 January, 2005 at 11:16 am | Permalink

    Thanks for the song – absolutely fucking brilliant – reminds me of Madness – the lyrics are superb.

    You’ve got a button coming at RuKsaK now

  2. transience
    Posted 15 January, 2005 at 3:12 am | Permalink

    someone told me that “brevity is the art of good communication.”another told me that “brevity is as overrated as breathing.”i think your brevity was brilliant and that if you’re still alive despite not breathing, then i will add you to my list of gods to invoke when i feel like i’m particularly lactose intolerant. cheers!

  3. Laurie
    Posted 16 January, 2005 at 12:12 am | Permalink

    Love the little quippy (is that a word?) post. You may be onto something. Until you return to blogging full force, these will serve your devoted fans. Excellent!

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