Guest Toon; Sioux Empire Podcast



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#1 "Very Stable Genius" on 02.13.18 at 12:54 pm

“Thy Lords wish to first cut off our hands with a vocational experience, which will then render our ability to once again raise the books of literature for enlightenment improbable. Books we once laid down to learn a trade due to our masters’ preferred wishes. And now they wish to relinquish our rights to adequately replace our hands hoping that our lack of enlightenment will make their wishful acts less noticeable.”

(an other verse from Bill Bard’s, ‘The Son of Brookings’)

((Et tu, Lord Mickelson and your fair Lady?))

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