dialogontimeontimeofftime LO29738

From: Don Dwiggins (d.l.dwiggins@computer.org)
Date: 12/27/02

Replying to LO29660 --

Andrew quotes in LO29660:
> QUESTION_HUMAN > If Control's control is absolute,
> why does Control need to control?
> ANSWER_CONTROL > Control, needs time.
> QUESTION_HUMAN > Is Control controlled by his need to control ?
> QUESTION_HUMAN > Why is Control need Humans, has you call them ?
> ANSWER_CONTROL > Wait ! Wait ! Time are lending me;
> Death needs time like a Junkie needs Junk.
> QUESTION_HUMAN > And what does Death need time for ?
> ANSWER_CONTROL > The answer is so simple ! Death needs time for
> what it kills to grow in !
> [in Dead City Radio, William S. Burroughs / John Cale , 1990.

Interesting transition in the middle from Control to Death. Is Control's
purpose to kill? Or is Control itself Death?


Don Dwiggins "Life is what happens d.l.dwiggins@computer.org while you're making other plans" -- John Lennon

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