“Halogenated hydrocarbons. Membrane osmosis. Lagoons, dense, carry the excretion.
C-56 (hexachlorocyclopentadiene), bloody run, run with Hooker. Pattern of the weight of deeply scanned Kokono. Hydraulic pads. Un-separated, one is reminded of the process begun not 150 years ago, but during the Triassic age. The national league of cities, born in the untimely sludge; it absorbs folly.”
-William P. Randzen: From the Industrial Walks
“A society, like the individuals who compose it, is an artifact designed for a purpose. As to what life maybe worth when the purpose is gone.”
– W. S. Burroughs: The Place of Dead Roads
“The most dangerous person is the one who listens, thinks and observes.”