Down Fall of Civilization

May 27, 2010
By whywhohow SILVER, Cannon Falls, Minnesota
whywhohow SILVER, Cannon Falls, Minnesota
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Our bodies are massive computers
Our minds the motherboards, holding memories, images and audio.
Each word from my lips a keystroke, a twitch of a hand that may not be mine.
Miles of thin wire veins, extension cords connecting you to me. Without them our world would be gone, our modems shut down once and for all.
The hard drive, our hearts, its warm lulling purrs, can be turned off, but never restarted.

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on Nov. 21 2010 at 4:04 pm
I truly understand the meaning of this peice, that some people are so caught up in tecnology, peopel just need to step back and take a look at the bigger picture

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