Monday, August 14, 2006

Okinawa Epicenter Question

Your health and well-being can be restored
Just order it on-line and the result will impress you!

Don't think the feeling of youth is gone
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Why be an average guy any longer?

Products that can improve you life
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Even now you can look and feel younger!

Don't stop doing things you like most
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Your future begins with this call!

Don't be left out, join millions of men in the revolution
       - Quetzalcoatl Granato

Born in a small village outside of Mexico City, Mr. Granato and his parents have lived in exile in Canada due to the violence of the 1994 armed rebellion of the Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional in Chiapas. Many of Mr. Granato’s works are seeped in double entendres, alluding to a correlation between the innate human desire for sex and the need for confrontation and violence. Mr. Granato speaks and writes in five languages (German, English, Spanish, Yucatec Mayan, & Italian) and has published his work in one or more of these languages depending on the mood of the piece. He is currently studying the Chol language and hopes to begin using it for poetry and literature within the next three years. Ultimately, Mr. Granato wants to return to his original home in Mexico and teach his language skills to the native people. “Okinawa Epicenter Question” was originally published three years ago in the German edition of the Goodyear Orchestra Magazine and has been translated and reconfigured by Mr. Granato exclusively for this publication.


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