Monday, April 10, 2006


Pachalafacles, the eminent Turkish philosopher, sold a soupish gruel to his students he called Abstainetics. They lapped it up like kittens and were grateful for it, never having furrowed a winnowing fold. They returned to him his worth, or what he supposed was his worth, but what might have been an echo of a whispered bleat. Anyway, he took it for approval.

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