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Cheese: it's all about cheese. How can a mouse get fatter than the rest? it must be ambitious, aggressive, and active, never veering from its dream of cheese. even if the prize seems unobtainable (seeing there is a vulgar cat around) employing tactics of subterfuge could mean the difference for obtaining a fragrant chunk. many mice are only subsistence rodents unwilling to pay the price necessary to build a kingdom infiltrating every other so the pathway to cheese is one of total domination like a mob partnering with underground operatives arranged to overtake other rats & cats who take supremacy for granted yawning complacently.
it divides the tall grass without a rustle. Red shines unwinking from its paired periscopes. It may appear uninterested, but don't let that trick you. Its appetite is insatiable & you are its food. It will rock and roll all night and grind you every day. Its snap can crackle a cranium and pop a limb from its joint. Don't underestimate the short legs on you in a flash, bludgeons its prey cold with an iron-like tail. Many have entered a slimy morgue rotting in a gastric juice-filled belly, their previous thought: If only...
Who disregarded the truth, undermining the facts? Humanity is paying dearly for the lies of a guilty party that is never relenting because it overwhelms with perverted expectancy ambitious to poison all opposition native to a free societal substructure long-standing and basic
I must remember
right here, right now, there's no place
I would rather be
My dad practiced the French Drop as a POW in Germany. He would mystify my brother and me when we were 5 and 6. It's all about the art of misdirection. The coin is in the left hand, no, the right. I never liked being deceived. Now count the lies our leaders have told us. The art of mass direction is afoot. Are they bumbling idiots? Or is there a conspiracy to sink the ship? Is it the left or the right? Choose the cup the ball is beneath. Are your eyes 2020? Are you sure? Sucker.