Speed Doesn't Kill You Suddenly..."Imagine if you shared your whole existence with someone and wrote incredible music together to express it..." -Bishop Arnaud Delacrois, at the 1st Global SynDis Summit in Geneva, Switzerland. January 9, 2014.
I first listened to the following [SynDis cohesion recording; aka multiple thought-lines] when I was visiting Japan while riding on the shinkansen: [These are a cross-section of responses concerning the 'SynDis Cohesion Event', and its resulting effects]:
"There is no such thing as a good excuse. That is called a reason."
"Speed doesn't kill you suddenly..."
"A common mistake that people make."
"What we have here is a failure..."
"Our whole lives are blank..."
"The technology involved in 'the complex' [the portal of worlds] is truly awe-inspiring... for as much death and destruction that it brings, it also brings power..."
"Kept within bounds it is good!"
"Well, I was lost, but now I live here."
"Who knows why, or where, it will take you."
The Hard ManIrish laddy with a lavender bent
The darling of society with zero propriety
Your wit is flamboyant, this is true
Though I doubt a Vermonter
Should trust a lech like you.
I've wandered the lanes of hardy New England
Learning the rhythms of their stoic band
Perchance to describe a snowy wood or
The sweat and toil of the reaping man.
You reveled in infamy
Flouting conventions with your blithe tongue a-stir
Sashaying with the ladies and lads, partying till dawn
Remarking that your "blue china" outstripped even you.
We both were born of a rare generation, I'll allow
The 19th Century in all her Victorian charms and strait-laced graces
Yet in your folly you bucked the prevailing winds
To your immediate detriment and eventual ruin.
As for me, I was nearly hailed a National Treasure
Having received a Congressional Medal of Honor
Not s'bad for a surly old codger
Whose fame was attributed to the common man.
Tis' sad that you were forced to break rocks
Laboring under an iron hand
If only you'd bee