Wednesday, December 10, 2008


  • A work in progress.

  • Remembering Hamlet.

  • As Cpt. B. H. Liddle Hart taught, this is the best way to fight wars.

And I quote

In strategy the longest way round is often the shortest way there; a direct approach to the object exhausts the attacker and hardens the resistance by compression, whereas an indirect approach loosens the defender's hold by upsetting his balance.

He walked with the dog in the surprising early summer cool. Il Piccolo della Sera. Venus and Jupiter low in the West. The Western Isles of falling sun, graveyard of the day. The West is the Best.

The silvered crescent moon glowormwaxed a thin piece to all ring of a peace glow. Ice crystals in th'alto atmosphere refracted the reflected light. Photons the Sun to the Moon. Eight minutes for to travel light from Sun to Earth. Massless Celeritas at 299,792,458 metres per Second.

[9]> (format t "~r metres per second" 299792458)
two hundred and ninety-nine million, seven hundred and
ninety-two thousand, four hundred and fifty-eight
metres per second

Ring around the moon. Ring a loop a moony pocket full of lye. Cirrus. Cirro-stratus. Usually coiled. Itsy Wispy Icey White Crystals. Twenty Two Degrees of separation of metasuspension. Nebulas vellum The sparse noble crystals of glassed over hoary ice whorl meth. Tactile musical appendage of Mollusca.

The Dog Dipper Cruxbear. Endemic Priceprince Yucatan Edward Quahog
Island Now Abusive Venusbabie and Jumpier the Eastern Gray Settling
the Western Indirections. Thje wisteria grave isles of the death of
the day.

Dear hund bites her own tail. The dog runs in circles chasing bitenipping tails. Thah dawg circles tree times round afore sleepin'.

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