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The Iranian Metric System Leads to Canadian Time Keeping

August 18, 2011

Just yesterday, I went to see a film at a theater.

The film was of no consequence, the popcorn tasted of Monsanto and there were commercials about commercials.

The commercials occurred before the previews, which made the previews precursors to a film of no consequence.

The commercial about the commercial, occurred after the commercial…that the commercial about the commercial was about.

If a theater is showing a film of no consequence just after the precursing previews — that found themselves occurring after the commercial about the commercial…should we not then just attack Iran?

I may not know spit about marketing, but I do know that if Iran got the chance…they’d convert us to the metric system in a Canadian second.

How ever fucking long
that is.


The Lens is still on the road in places like Spokane and Sandpoint.  Jack Kerouac has shown himself to be a reliable companion, while Homeland Security has not.

Back at it in a Canadian second…be Vigilant.

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  1. August 19, 2011 08:07

    Say Hi to Jack Kerouac for me.


    • August 19, 2011 08:53

      I shall!
      Hunter S. Thompson is here in Spokane too…in my mind at least.
      He says hey, and what the hell is wrong with we the Patriot Acted? Have we lost our goddamned minds?


  2. barman permalink
    August 19, 2011 13:25

    Hunter’s ghost was at Jones Radiator the other night. He was the only one not scoring the beer. I offered to let him drive my mower as I couldn’t make the race in Oldtown. He said no, that could kill a guy.

    Glad you’re in Greater Selkirkia, it’s been a fairly photogenic few weeks. Even Otto Zehm might believe folks are slightly coming to their senses, but it is early yet.


    • August 19, 2011 21:38

      Hey barman, I know of the Radiator, it may have to replace the Bulldog.

      Far too early for our senses to occur, but beer helps.

      Looks like the Lens and my photography will be hanging out more in Selkirkia…stay tuned for more!

      Thanks barman.


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