Atef Ayadi


...a letter to my self....letter 1o1....


forget about karma.......

f....car....
f-arms
f-f ord


farms.....
low wage farming for non profit....

you will see the first letter
from light to light
twilight zone red and green light....the orange is missing......



the truth is, , , , ,

you see like you see me acting.....

dude....i saw...myself
acting....! ! !

is that cool? ? ? .....i was and i am still surprised...
by my automated.....mechanical animal....monster....and bloody creature.....
mammal...

dinosaur...

acting skills....

can you? ?

see that...for yourself? ? ? ?
please.....i need a real non-weed smoker witness.....

Submitted: Saturday, March 06, 2010
Edited: Friday, November 05, 2010

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