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    Big up Papa Tea.

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    It was funny yesterday. I went to the sink in the corner of the ward to wash something gloopy off my shirt and the nurse said "Oh dear, did he 'get' you?". I said "Nah, that was me eating a yoghurt".

    He's still figuring out feeding and clearly I haven't entirely got the hang of it after 39 years.
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    I've been sleeping but without feeling rested and my hypothesis is that this is due to a generalised ambient tension felt, to one degree or another, by everyone in the country. A divide not just thus far unresolved but in essence irresolvable. A split in the polity. A cold war from which there is no escape.

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    A fracturing of the collective consciousness

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    Persistently and unmitigably strung-out. Same as luka, the feeling of having slept but not rested. I feel like a want a drink - booze - but simultaneously as if the only possible effect it could have on me would be to make me feel (even more) fuggy, nauseated and headachey. A low pressure area.

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    naturally I'd hate it if the Khmer
    Rouge were suddenly in power
    and I were sent to starve out in the fields
    or be reformed progressively into a small
    nondescript broken skull

    and naturally I do hate it that
    people do starve in their homes
    under threat of eviction
    certified fit to endure without respite
    ingenious cruelty

    the natural way of things is money's way
    as birds in baby beaks drop currency
    as gilded birds strut bravely into traffic
    as feathers swirl amid unswerving traffic
    as silver feathers clog the public drains
    as traffic thunders over matted feathers
    and so on in that unforced sort of way
    that money has when liberal and carefree
    in shining confidence in its terrific
    motorised puissance

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    my eyes twitch when i come back from work. probably from staring at a computer screen eight hours a day. it's pitch dark at 16h and even before that it's so grey outside they might as well put the street lights on all day long. i'm blinded by the headlights of cars when i bicycle to and from work. i need sunglasses when i enter a supermarket so bright is the light when coming from outside. i hate this darkness. i hate winter. i hope it's over soon.

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    Highest pressure since the 1950's, almost back to 1902, whatever that means, according to Liam Dutton.


    it's squeezing us like lemons

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    I'm starting to feel cheerful again.

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    2020's been all sunny and nice for me. slightly wistful things of remembering my past all of a sudden (hence lots of school stories), but overall i'm on the up.

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    and then: coronavirus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo View Post
    and then: coronavirus.
    What's the worst it can do, kill us all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo View Post
    and then: coronavirus.
    Wuhan killer sneeze, on the swarm!

    Ya best protect ya neck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tea View Post
    Wuhan killer sneeze, on the swarm!

    Ya best protect ya neck.
    Wuhan, got you all in check!

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