Richard Thripp

Denouncing Trinity

Don't break down & lose demeanor in Detroit's slummy alleyways
least not as there's hope of conquest with chicks west of Bali-ways For the color-blind: greens are impossible and the red track's blurry
I am tripping over Indians ten times drunker than Fred Mac Murray
Denouncing the Holy Trinity until the blood-red track grows blurry
as Indians are whooping it up like the drunk Fred F. Mac Murray
while alcoholics are drinking like that drunkard Fred Mac Murray
like the black drunkenness as mastered by dipso Fred Mac Murray
Government's legitimate purpose aside, one end down the other not
Murdering Arabs and their children for oil you could have bought
Whether marines, soldiers or warriors, I'll not throw in with this lot
Rather than returning to the U.S.A., it'd be better if you were sho

Submitted: Wednesday, July 09, 2014

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My lips are natural & I'm not afraid of these pink-gloved, breast-worshiping, anti-nursing, pro-mercury-tainted-vaccine-loving ninnies who're promoting cancer protocols (cut, burn, freeze, poison) that, according to National Cancer Institute statistics, fail to slow the progression of malignant growth in 97.5% of the patients whom they are inflicted upon. The failure rate of 97.5% is a grotesque exaggeration. The failure rate is and will always be 100% as cancer is a chronic metabolic malady, and no such disease be it scurvy, pellagra or pernicious anemia has ever been cured through mechanical manipulation of the body.

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