"High Is The Wave But Our Eyes Are Upon The Ground..."
If you're reading this...don't bother. There's nothing here of any interest to anybody...least of all to me. If you insist on reading further, do so only with that proviso.
I was born in the latter half of the 20th Century to a professional circus geek and the former wife of an astronaut. My youth was spent locating train wrecks and bus crash sites with my father. We would peruse the twisted metal, stealing charred magazines and broken dentures. In school I flew through exams after bribing the teachers with cartons of cigarettes and black market Rum (97% proof). It worked too. School ended rather abruptly however after I took to the roof armed only with a loudspeaker screaming the words "Bring Back Borstal."
My life then entered a wilderness period. I woke up one morning and found myself here, working in a pornographic equipments warehouse-I man the phones. A wasted life in a sea of wasted lives. Burnt out, long forgotten and far removed from this foul year of our lord Two Thousand and Six, barely human, fearlessly twisted. Like a paedophile social worker, or a suicide bomber. A product of the times.
|Messages left for this Researcher||Posted|
|Hating The Macca & Wings||Jan 21, 2006|
|Hope you come back||Jan 4, 2006|
|Hey you!||Dec 12, 2005|
|Was just wondering||Dec 9, 2005|
|Oh dear||Nov 25, 2005|
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