Wednesday, April 02, 2008

item #0088

See the joke is, he's not insensitive, Helena, you are. And no, he's no fun this end. You're missing nothing. I'm bored out of my tiny mind listening to the details of his calender three nights a week. Are you satisfied to know that...? Both of you, are you satisfied? Truth is, you are and always will be glad to burden me. It's what you both said you wanted - you know, privately, separately, to me, bending my ear; even though I begged you not to. You're sat on the back of my neck, wet-farting down my spine, in all your cartoon indignity; like greasy hairless baboons. If you persist, I will cut you into pieces with my funny bones.

6 Comments:

Blogger Aaron Held said...

"You're sat on the back of my neck, wet-farting down my spine, in all your cartoon indignity; like greasy hairless baboons"

awesome dude awesome!

Thursday, April 03, 2008 12:46:00 am  
Blogger Aaron Held said...

whoa I'm in a parallel comment box that doesn't show up awesome!

Thursday, April 03, 2008 3:17:00 am  
Blogger Aaron Held said...

on discharge 4

Thursday, April 03, 2008 3:17:00 am  
Blogger murmurists said...

Thanks Aaron. Appreciated.

Thursday, April 03, 2008 1:21:00 pm  
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The forms of the state in Argentina, by Ronen Man. School of History. Faculty of Humanities and Arts at the National University of Rosario.
The contentious relationship between the city of Rosario and a belgian holding tramway, by Fernando Cesaretti and Florencia Pagni. School of History. Faculty of Humanities and Arts at the National University of Rosario.
Artistic manifestations of the death in the Middle Ages, by Angela Trinidad Tuttolomondo. School of History. Faculty of Humanities and Arts at the National University of Rosario.
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Small tribute to the blood spilled by those who only had left to fight for the honor..., by Adriana Acosta Sosa. Faculty of Law at the National University of Northeast.
Another explanation of the migration reality between Mexico and the United States, by Horacio Yubone. School of Anthropology. Faculty of Humanities and Arts at the National University of Rosario.
Militants of the Revolutionary Peronism, by Roberto Baschetti. School of Sociology. University of Salvador.
Debt, justice, fictions, by Oscar Sbarra Mitre. Faculty of Economics at the University of Buenos Aires.
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