Context Switching

Ewald Cress has finally snapped:

You start with a blank sheet,
three nuts and a bolt,
a strong sense of fairness,
a large can of Jolt.

And you try to imagine,
as best as you’re able
a rulerless kingdom
that won’t grow unstable.

That’s what happens when you dig into internals for too long.

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