Richard Thripp


200,000,000


Worshiping Sunday is as heathenish as a Roman Catholic sunburst

Be better, be worse, be it ham fatted on toast or mayo in liverwurst

F.E.M.A.'s big plan to murder 200 million citizens is planned first

Our fate is the guillotine & Chinese torture for we who are cursed

Beneath a deluge of a radioactive Pacific California'll be immersed

as Fukushima's boiling cooling towers are centrally timed to burst

Save it untainted as radiological-free water is better to slake thirst

For it's less desirable to be formula bottle-fed than it is to be nursed

January 14,1957: 57 years ago today Humphrey Bogart died at 57

His engine has stopped, his gas pedal is capable of no more revvin'

Submitted: Thursday, February 06, 2014

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Junkies, demand that anti-pope Francis de-grease your greasy feet

It's in the Bible, I know it, just as it's sinfully-bad to puke on meat

or pummel a pregnant woman, or sell sister to the Cuban navy fleet

or offer cookies to your pederast priest for catechismic trick or treat

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