Stewart Lee and The Country Dons.
The unrealism of the story distances the audience from it, and they can now examine it from a critical point of view, rather than simply relate to it on an emotional level. The play is not a realistic representation of the events, but . . .
Word and Power Pt. 1. "soon come"
Truther-ville inadvertently, is so... like church. Abundant parallels. Too much audience not enough participation. It's why I blab – if anything to say, all let's have-a-go. THIS my message, not-so; listen to me but, “if I can… on ya go...”. With respect, the answer to winning this war, is not the . . .
Too stunned t'day by God/ Sax/ B/ L, 'n all. Adam, mom and D.
Bis' Beretta... difficult, play. Sad.
"You cant handle the truth!"
Col. Nathan R. Jessep.
Let me ask you one question
Is your money that good
Will it buy you forgiveness
Do you think that it could
I think you will find
When your death takes its toll
All the money you made
Will never buy . . .