[‘Tearful sludge’ (…)]

‘Tearful sludge’ has been looked up 325 times, added to 2 lists, and is not a valid
Scrabble word.
There appear to be people that are totally uninvolved in what the rest of us
usually think of sex.
Sydney Greenstreet played the psychiatrist who figured it out.
The ultimate acting is to destroy yourself.
No, I was not born with a monocle in my eye.
Such cases will be fairly common.
Topic A is abandoned.
Destroy the paper safely when you have exhausted your emotion in the writing.
Conduct due diligence.
Fat lot of good that does.

from 555 by John Lowther, 2014

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“‘Tearful sludge’ …”, from a Google search
“Sydney Greenstreet …”, from Amazon’s “askville”
“The ultimate acting is to destroy yourself”, from a quote by Klaus Kinski
“No, I was not born with a monocle in my eye”, from a quote by Conrad Veidt
“Such cases will be fairly common”, from Fallacies by Nizkor
“Topic A is abandoned”, from Fallacies by ALF
“Destroy the paper safely”, from Pain Support
“Fat lot of good that does”, from The Secret Conversations by Peter Evans and Ava Gardner

[Nudity is our weapon]

Nudity is our weapon.
But words — words are not enough.
I pissed on the man who called me a dog.
There’s a knack to getting what you want.
Rest in between.
Punch when you have to punch.
Until the nineteenth century ‘normal’ was primarily a geometrical term.
I rarely believe anything, because at the time of believing I am not really there to
believe.
Yep, a fetish for invisible people or invisible clothes, or invisible body parts or
some variation.
Do not hesitate to repeat yourself when you consider the point very important.

from 555 by John Lowther, 2014

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“Nudity is our weapon”, by Inna Shevchenko, FEMEN
“But words — words are not enough”, from a quote by Klaus Kinski
“I pissed on the man who called me a dog”, from a quote by Diogenes of Sinope
“There’s a knack to getting what you want”, from Pain Support
“Punch when you have to punch”, from a quote by Bruce Lee
The Trouble with Nature: Sex in Science and Popular Culture, by Roger N. Lancaster
Everybody’s Autobiography, by Gertrude Stein
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