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Gridcosm

Level 1760 of 4389

Started on Feb 26, 2004.
Completed on Feb 28, 2004.

Artist matrix

NLT6 NLT5 RBR3
DAZ2 1759 TCA1
NAX4 TCA8 BAZ7

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(level 1760)

Grid poem

Don't you ever forget what the odd angels say, because the even angels say, "really, Howard, that's a bit much" for men with big feet will eat map at uno and eat the fonts, too... Even if you believe in the Immaculate Conception, Jesus wasn't Swiss. The Bible says that he resembled an ordinary man. He was born a Semite Jew. So he looked more like Howard Stern than the star of that movie. On the other hand, there is considerable evidence that there weren't people as we know them back then, but really big fooscoflers and snakes in ugly pants. TCA is tall like Howard Stern (and also the 6 foot 2 inch Swiss American star of Mel's movie) but TCA doesn't physically resemble Jesus Christ, and TCA doesn't have a honker like Howard Stern. However, TCA does have more raw creative energy and intellectual power in his right pinky than the combined brains of BAZ, JER and EHO. BAZ thinks TCA has no reason to live because TCA isn't Jesus Christ. For that matter, TCA isn't even Dustin Hoffman in Lenny... And furthermore, Art Garfunkel got off with a lousy hundred dollar fine for marijuana possession! Jesus fucking christ silly man, get a clue, it ain't you boy.

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