May 4th, 2005

Emily Strange

Don't ask. Please, just don't ask.

Experiments always take some time to evolve into perfection. It's a fundamental law of human engineering. Some would say we can never achieve perfection; that the idea of what is perfect in a human varies in waves with the decade, the season, the country. Don't you believe it. There are eight, maybe nine forms of universal human perfection, and we have them all now, ready to ship anywhere in the world. Of course, there are tribes in rainforests and places like that whose ideas of perfection may vary a little, but then, they don't have the money to buy it. They are not our concern.

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No, I don't really know either. I blame deborah_c. Though I'm not sure I can find grounds for that. ~s~

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