Monday, October 6, 2014
BRAINPAN FALLOUT: 26- SOMETIMES THE STATIC IS THE SIGNAL
© Ernest Hogan 2014
The oversized lizards close in on the Speaker of the House's microwave-safe bowl of pit-bull pituitary glands. His pale, pudgy hands suddenly grow into huge, razor-sharp claws, to go along with five-inch, outward-curving canine teeth that he uses to defend his precious brain-food.
There's a lot of static in these signals.
FLASH! It was Califia again, her signal was full of static, too -- was she still in Nigeria? DON'T WORRY. RELAX. SOMETIMES THAT STATIC IS JUST AS IMPORTANT AS THE SIGNAL. SOMETIMES THE STATIC IS THE SIGNAL.
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I LOVE YOU TOO, FLASH, YOU CYBERGREASER, YOU! O-DA-LAY, O-DA-LAY!
The saguaros faded in and giggled in chorus.
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I laugh. The saguaros laugh. The Undernet laughs. With static. Lots and lots of static. YES, FLASH, says Califia. IT IS FUNNY. VERY FUNNY. AND IT WILL GET FUNNIER. SOON.
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"Do you feel that having more access to information has increased your control over your own life?"
I start to laugh, but something cuts me off, and I say, "Not yet -- but, it will soon."
Soon? But when?
DAMNEAR NOW, FLASH, said Califia. YOU HAVE THE POWER. YOU'VE HAD IT ALL ALONG.
What, all I gotta do is click my heels together three times and say, "There's no place like home?"
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