Sanity? I'll show you sanity. I'll remove every shadow of any doubt, that could possibly linger, or ever linger. Sanity means SANE in every way, especially MENTALLY!
SANITY, IN MIND, IN LIFE, IN LOVE, IN MONEY, IN STRIFE, INFINITUM, HEPITITUM, PARABELLUM, QUADRAPHONIC, HYDROCHLORIC, HYPE-CLITORIC, ANOREXIC, YOU JUST GOTTA BULIMIA, I'M TALKIN' BRAINS that actually believe what they think!!!
They're not afraid to think about the impossible, because nobody ever blew their mind, by merely thinking thoughts. They knew exploding craniums are atypical of warped minds.
But, they STILL wouldn't listen!
So, like putting toe nail clippings in a little bag, to hang around a voodoo doll's neck, I fed their DNA samples into the FBI main computer like they were Nazi Flavored Sweet Tarts. Soon, the government operating systems were drooling like mules, begging to suck down more incriminating data snacks. I had them eating out of the palm of my hand, and they didn't give a rat's ass about fingerprints, either. They just inhaled like Monica Lewinsky, until they finally dropped from sheer exhaustion.
And STILL, they would not LISTEN!!!
I tried to give them the solution to all their problems up front, from the very beginning, to save time, but they just couldn't process the data. I realized almost immediately that their sanity was based on a loose knit mish-mash of false information, being driven from the rear by a totally biased, self-replicating version of a self-obsessed mindset, and soaked to the bone in a stew of chemical medication designed to "take off the edge", and stall for time. I could sense that all I would have to do is write a simple code, such as the Toiletside Reader, and I would have a vehicle to systematically unravel the delusion entrenched within their grasp of reality, and thereby alter their neurological processes to conform to any standard I might choose...
but, STILL, those assholes would ...not ...listen!
brain in a beaker by the mindless
"It was ever thus, all through my life:
whenever I have diverged from custom and principle and uttered a truth,
the rule has been that the hearer hadn't strength of mind enough to believe it."
- Mark Twain
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