flux part II

well, I’m off this thursday into the great unknown. I’m doing seismic exploration in the Canadian Wilderlands. I think first stop is some Uranium exploration in Southern Alberta. I will be gone till about the end of December, then home for a short spell. I’m looking forward to it as its new and different, and setting my will against the onslught of a Canadian winter will be a new experience. I’m unsure of the internet situation wherever I get to but hopefully I can provide some updates of my experience. Once again, I leave on short notice so goodbye to all, see you in ’06!

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5 Responses to flux part II

  1. rainswept says:

    “hey”a grinning empty eye-socket moon hoists itself up into the pale evening sky and hangs there like a day old suicidea sticky shower of radioactive moonbeams cascades from the tops of nearby urban structurescausing indiscriminate loss of limb to several innocent passers byas well as general madness all around”hey” I survey the damage from a muddy trenchin which I have been glued for most of the dayhaving been inadvertently buried by a bleary eyed tree plantersometime before dawneventually I muster the energy to extricate myself from my predicament as it is time for me to make my appointed rounds of all the nearby potential sources of seismic activityit is my sworn duty to record all the tremors in the areaand convert them into Canadian currency at a secret government installationwhose location is known only to melater, having acquired enough money to keep myself in the lifestyle to which I am accustomedI find myself back in SaskatoonI scan the crowds until I see someone who is obviously insaneand then I follow that person until they go into a building or get into a carin order to make sure that they don’t do anything crazywhile I am engaged in this pursuit a nonstop stream of fire trucks and police carsrace up and down the boulevard sirens blaring looking for invisible emergenciesno one seems to noticeafter a while I move on to the rest of my agenda for the eveningscheduled activities include a short but passionate affair witha curvaceous mug of my favorite caffeinated beveragepresently I find myself holding court from a bus stop on the corner of Broadway and 12thfrom whence I regale the passing crowds with my perceptive insights into the nature of reality an appreciative throng hangs on my every wordit begins to rainbut everyone is concentrating so intently on me that they are oblivious to the downpourthe water makes me lightI begin to levitateI float up off the sidewalk and past the top of the telephone polea thousand eyes follow me upwarda big black cloud opens up and I zip through it at full tilt going faster all the timelook at me I’m above the cloudsthe moon is laughing at melook at methe earth is getting smallerlook at meI’m out in spacelook at meI’m a seismologist

  2. wow! I bow down at the altar of appreciation whilst chanting this most uncommon litany!

  3. rainswept says:

    I’d like to thank all the little people who made this honour possible, but since I became a big star I don’t know any.And of course MC 900 Ft. Jesus and DJ Zero.And Burt Reynolds.

  4. Hello Dave. Just thought I’d say hello. Off gallavanting with one of the Epp’s I hear. Have your books. Will travel.On foot.

  5. I also must say to whoever rainswept is that I just had a very good time reading the above.

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