CAC Continuum: The slightly closer to turning issue
Time has a curious way of spreading and contracting itself, often for no reason. Unlike a metal, it is not affected by temperature. Sometimes a year takes a decade to end, sometimes a day that happened thirty years ago seems like yesterday.
Time also has a way of diluting or concentrating thoughts. Experience makes words and images have a meaning that youth cannot always perceive or impart. Boredom or sameness, perhaps over years, can take idealism and turn it into simple skepticism.
The Bill of Fare:
(insert attribution of crime here) This week's collation was begged, borrowed or stolen from various places on this site.
Just goes to show what you can find when you're not looking.
(Insert bizarre banality here)
We wouldn't do it without you.
The Committee for Alien Content(ment) salutes you!
This (whatever it is) inspected and rejected by (tonsil revenge)!
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