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slip Sep 24, 2003 15:32 Read 42 times, Dig?
i saw a picture of a genetically modified ballyaball once down town. it was on the side of a comerrcial pickup, and it seemed obvious that whoever ran the business was using ballyaballs for hired help. it was shocking to see the long arms and legs on the poor ''ball. after i was home i sketched a picture of him, and when i get this scanner thing down, i'll put it out for you to see.

the deal is, i was in a state for a few days about it. i thought they were...what? maybe too advanced spiritually to allow this shameless harnessing of their energies. could they have been trapped? a modern day shanghai perhaps?  i kinow that sounds wierd, but what isnt wierd then??  hey, it could happen, i think. i haven't seen a normal ballyaball since, so i haven't had a chance to ask one. boy, it makes you wonder though...trying to be like people? who love to get surgery to change their looks yaknow.

i sure hope they don't find a way to supress wiggling . i know it's 'dangerous", but it is one of the most charming things about ballyaballs in my opinion, and makes us all better people when we say, "stop wiggling please".

well, another issue is the hiring , or enslaving of ballyaballs. i never saw a ballyaball working. i always thought of them as a free race, without the notion of work. in that way they are an important teaching for us all. like the wild animals, they just are. no work for a "Living", just live. i can't really understand a ballyaball going to work, unless in some way he had been tricked into it, but that's hard to believe. the worst possible thought is slavery....but then, why was he ....smiling?
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