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  • I believe that the 1800 Obi was similarly monumental, graphic, and insistent to its audience in cathecting all racial conflict and arguments over slavery ultimately onto the severed head of Jack (its Medusa) and, though his sacrificial destruction, seeming to eradicate this teeming cacophony from the Empire with deliberate force, supposedly to the benefit of slaves and masters alike.

    Directing Obi in the Year 2000

  • No doubt because the activity is so utterly insignificant that it is totally free from my cathecting any kind of ambiguities or complications on it.

    Bitch. Ph.D.

  • - shivering during every thunderstorm and cathecting into Tessa's belly

    mazurka in C sharp minor

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