Byline: Mission Control, Do You Copy
Trying to lock down on the chatter coming through the channel is like
chasing a shadow. Social fables and science fiction imprint hysteria.
What's left of the world isn't worth warring over. Eden is below your feet
and behind your eyes. My garden's got graff for miles.
Market forces determine capitalistic societies. So if reason is boiled down
to supply and demand, why not supply oppression to those demanding it? When
one society's definition of democracy differs from another why try and
change the market? Just re-brand the product. We are entitled to live
within our own delusions.
Modern souls filter and leverage information. Knowledge is not power, it's
positioning. The only way to get by is by knowing yourself. I rock
applications all day long. Graffiti has a way of forcing you to apply
yourself. It's like music, once you catch the fever, you're forever
Graffiti is to the art world what the internet is to the music industry.
Half the fun in the Name Game is in knowing your product is free. In some
ways making the experience more genuine, closer to being true. Perhaps
making it more notorious.
Trying to cheat the devil is a contest for the suicidal. Hell bent on
business, transaction and purpose, the world of reality is for the taking.
Televised versions wilt in comparison.
Killers and martyrs share common reflections. Staring at mirrors has its
cost. The content you seek, speaks reams.
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