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Richard Feynman, everybody.
All life is fermentation …
That line. It is just so perfect. I think we should explore that idea in the next couple days. That sounds fun.
In the meantime, if Feynman’s words on paper on your screen aren’t enough, I just made this poem into a video. Drink it up:
The Tooth Worm as Hell’s Demon”, southern France, 18th Century; This artistically designed ivory carving is contained in a molar, 10.5 cm in height, which can be separated into two halves of equal size. It opens out into two scenes depicting the infernal torments of toothache as a battle with the “tooth worm”. The legend of the “tooth worm” as the cause of toothache originated in Mesopotamia around 1800 B.C. A legend, in much the same sense as that of the Creation, concerning the origin of the tooth worm is to be found in the inscriptions on ancient tablets from 1800 B.C., and from the New Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian periods of 650 and 550 B.C.
Some hella Catholic girl posted an article on my Facebook feed about what ended up being an embarrassingly blatant example of taking a quote out of context. This was the last paragraph of the article, which is from a ‘supposedly reputable’ news source:
"This woman should be immediately blackballed by the entire media and yanked off the air to return to her own little world of tampon earrings and dead newborns. Or maybe she will murder her own baby in the near future and feature it on the set of MSNBC in a special celebration broadcast complete with pentagrams etched on the desk and a chorus of hooded Satan worshippers drinking the blood of the dead fetus while Melissa Harris-Perry reads the names of sponsors. Sadly, it would probably get record ratings and be heralded by the death culture media as “pioneering television.” And it would most certainly be cheered by the radical left as a “choice.”"
I also thought I was reading a passage from ‘American Psycho’, but I’ve been assured this is actually what investigative journalism looks like.