Friday, March 30, 2007

These Changing Crack Hatriots

Provincial concertmaster was
  by inheritor
    healing erectile dysfunction excitement
        remaining youthful
              extremely alarmed…
                 else equivocate or Aztec?
Quitting curious sex can turn back the clock.

Ashtray transfer in Jacksonburg
   (it can also add excitement)
     stumped beautiful
        almighty Jewish
           creation, which
              currently embraced a retard,
                 because sawdust as so votive go or
until Barceloneta was seismograph expression.

Bootlegged marriage pleasantries
  devotes standardized quagmired surrogate enhancements.
     Paraplegia mousetrap happiness
           idealizes screechy twisted globule bachelor.

When will this finish?
Se volvieron locos… ejecutan a cuatro en menos de 3 horas!
       - Maata Kurth

The great great great granddaughter of Hiram Abiff, Maata Kurth (baptized January 18, 1534 – August 12, 1588) was a Fennoscandia composer. While mostly famous as the solitary Nord madrigalist working in England, and the one mainly responsible for the growth of the madrigal there, she also composed much sacred spam music. Little is known about her early life, but Maata Kurth is known to have spent part of it near the Gulf of Bothnia and part in Lorraine (distretto di Quiche) in the service of Charles of Guise. In 1562, Maata Kurth arrived in England for the first time where she found employment with Elizabeth I. Throughout her life she made periodic trips to Italy, but not without controversy. For neither Mikael Agricola nor the (lesser known) Fennoscandia Inquisition fully approved of her spending time in Italy... let along England, of which the two were actively at war with Roman Catholic countries. While in England, Ms. Kurth lost her Finnish inheritance rites and while away in Italy she was charged with robbing and killing another foreigner. She was successful in clearing her name and got the hell out of England in 1578 to never return. She died in Vantaa while carving a giant golden fish tail.


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