rarely do much
to sway the opinions
of those recognizable
by the bloody clubs
they clench with both hands
But what is the bait?!
– sonmi in the Cloud
Good question, very good question. Many would be afraid to ask, and those few (“maniacs typing in their bedrooms”) who would consider it, first must take into consideration what benefit it might bring in the way of promoting the predominant agenda within modern western society. However, if you are asking simply “what is the bait”, meaning what bait do you use when attempting to lure a varmint into the trap, then the answer would be, a slice of bread covered in peanut butter.
– The President and Founder
PS I meant to start this comment with “Imagine my surprise upon logging into my wordpress account…”
Surprise is a welcome element of a morning I find, so I am glad to have blessed you with a soupson. Peanut butter on bread….smooth or crunchy, bread – wholemeal or fatty squidgy white? You understand the details matter a great deal to me.
– sonmi in the Cloud
I meant to at length explain for posterity a record of what will one day be regarded as the origin of the project then to be known as ‘The Varmint Trap’ just as it is known today to those who are interested in the more obscure descriptions of the actual workings behind the scenes in what is generally referred to as western society that has been (to greater and lesser degrees) the impetus behind much of what was written about the various critiques of which mine was but one.
Smooth, always smooth, never, ever, crunchy. And, the bread? Usually a brioche from a small bakery operated by less than hygienic looking individuals with oddly coloured hair.
PS speaking of details notice the ‘u’ in colored! Just like those Brits who like to say “What in the blue pencil”?!
I do believe you are speaking foreign talk for sonmi, which she appreciates as technically that’s how words are spelt all proper-like.
Blue pencil you say?. Interesting. ‘Blue blazes’ is common as muck round the Isles however, and can be found in Great Expectations – Dickens – 1861 as – “What the Blue Blazes is he?” Of course another most familiar phrase along these very lines is “What the Dickens?!” A favourite of mine, so it’s all tied together you see. All tied together.
– sonmi within the Cloud
Well, this is embarrassing. I picked up that phrase from an early episode of a television program called ‘Foyle’s War’ which I mistakenly assumed was British due to it taking part in England during World War Two, however I now come to find out it was in fact produced by a well known group of nefarious American expatriates and filmed somewhere outside of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan!
I knew this, but did not wish to have you running to hide in the woodshed. As you have so graciously confessed all, you are of course completely forgiven, also, you are correct as to peanut butter – always smooth, which helped your case considerably.
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