Just a generation gap
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Haven’t you heard?
Sitting in a bank
Waiting for the notary
So over Covid
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A wise man once said
Stop scraping the stupid cup
It's yogurt, not crack
The entire foundation for the concept of wisdom is in knowing what you don’t know. It's wisdom that tells you, if you don't know how to fly a plane, stay the hell out of the cockpit.
While I can still have a conversation about what I think it would be like to be a pilot, I can't reasonably imagine it without having experienced operating a large vehicle, looking out a window at a horizon, and having the responsibility of not crashing.
I could imagine a far off planet, but to describe the colors of horsacs or the sounds the molfors make, I could only draw from those I'd seen and heard before.
Can I write what I do not know? Sure. ¥€|¤, for instance. Ask me what that is and I'll tell you, I have no clue, but writing means nothing without actually communicating with a reader, so to truly write, I cannot share words to which I do not know the meaning.
There's a little minion in my ear and he's going tap... tap... tap
Sometimes when I flush,
I get concerned that my poop will not all go down.
Just leave it on the night stand.
"Just hold that happy thought, Peter... I mean... David. Wait, shit! Kevin! It's Kevin, right?"
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