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charles moyer <[log in to unmask]>
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>From: Francis Gavin <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: Civitas found dead from multiple obtusions/Re: Rom. Pound
>Date: Tue, Aug 5, 2003, 2:17 PM

> Charles:
> 1. Which one. The Yeatsian things fall apart or the more broadly entropic
> shit happens.
It is possibly partly due to the ubiquitous yet asinine Gregorian calendar
we use. For any folk to wait for 2,000 years for their god to reappear- how
can anyone say anything new at the birthday parties?
> 2. Out of where. History. The labyrinth. The Nightmare. This list?
    You forget thin air. When everything else fails employ the old boogey
man and give him a new clever title like "terrorist" or in Sharonese who
learned his English from watching Elmer Fudd cartoons "terwowist", "doz
wascolly terwowists"

P.s. Spengler's prophecy may be showing early stages of potential
credibility i.e Keynesean consumer confidence mythology vs. the real
trouble looming on the horizon for the dollar. Old Europe with their Euro
doesn't seem to be in a state of panic at Pax Americana, yet.

"Who will save us from this savior?" -Nietzsche (who else)

> on 8/5/03 1:29 AM, charles moyer at [log in to unmask] wrote:
>  The prophecy to be fulfilled being only
>> Spengler's.
>> "There must be someway out of here..." B.D.
>> "Tempus loquendi,
>> Tempus tacendi"
>> Tempus obtundo,
>> Chas