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from Goodbye to All That by Harris Lewine, McGraw-Hill 1970. It's an ode to smokes.

 


Where do correct ideas come from? Do they drop from the skies? No. Are they innate in the mind? No. They come from social practice, and from it alone; they come from three kinds of social practice: the struggle for production, the class struggle, and scientific experiment. —Mao Tse Tung quoted in The New Wave, by James Monaco (Oxford University Press, c. 1976.)

 


starts as a callus, ends as a nail salon

starts as a ball and a stick, ends as a 23 million dollar contract with the Diamondbacks

starts as a push and a cry, ends as a c-section of test-tube triplets

starts as a bake sale, ends as an auction of Caribbean condo time

starts as a cow, ends as a cheez-it

 
doesn’t start doesn’t end

 

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