In The Apple of Eden it came to pass that the devilspeedily proved himself to be much more shrewd than any future shrew could ever have hoped to be, and it went without saying that it was also pretty clear that he was also much wiser than any Great horned owl ever could have given a very loud hoot about. 2 Nor did Adam or Eve ever see that steamy cow pie that Lucifer's ox face was quickly throwing at them, within his unseen dimension, when his changing form of that stupid boa was finally behind him, like the very spineless thing that he chose to become. 3 Neither were the most terrible consequences of their disobedience even beginning to sink deeply into the mind's of that very first man and woman. 4 For they weren't wise in any of their ways yet, since they were still far too young and reckless to resist Satan's most masterful real twisted charms. 5 'Twas therefore the foreseen time when Lucifer fully became the lawless one, as well as the most fearful hour of the birth of that master of manipulation, who was always destined to become the number one sultan of the reddest blood splatter, and the Grand Turk of the whitest lies at the very same time.
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May 23, 2012
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