Logic in a Trailer Park –

Descartes wrote a thing about a cannonball and its trajectory over time, the humans didn’t understand it
They knew all the known answers got wrong because of Philosophy, because of the Theory
The male and female men and women couldn’t think any-more
Their heads wanted the safer feeling of safer history from the past historical let-down by praying-mantis leaders and philosophers with spectacles on chains
They wanted to be rid of rise-ups in front of their eyes in daylight
They’re now looking for another way through troubling indicators
Newscasters in vans with satellite dishes drew up to see all of it for ‘All’, beamed up information to the well-informed Descartes ancestors – Trailer Parks are homes for the healthily repentant

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