Lance Curran

God turns his back on us
Numbers don’t lie because they can’t tell the truth
What would it look like if you blended all people of Earth together and turned them into a ball of fine goo?
The world was worse wherever I was.
Writing about music is like dancing about architecture.
Capitalism is killing…

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Workers saw the willingness of their bosses to let them die.
How much more carnage are we willing to accept.
Every animal, in order to survive, has to solve a conundrum: how to eat without being eaten.
Be ready. Meet chaos with a smile.
I have little time to feel.
I can admit I’m unwell.
People…

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Do you have the balls to try this?
This is a story about America placing a greater value on being able to buy machines designed to kill really fast than we do on the lives of our children. Don’t lose the plot.
Everything Is Terrible, but I’m Fine.
Sometimes commerce can save…

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​​Well, we’ll just wait for the next random person to find us.
Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.
Couldn’t we have a VP of dirty tricks?
I have a lot of ideas. Trouble is, most of them suck.
What we need today more than anything else is to invest in beauty.
Until you’re…

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We could think of worse ways to go. But dancing yourself to death is no walk in the park.
Do you know what I need for my knee? Some tequila.
Say ‘yes,’ and you’ll figure it out later.
Have you ever wondered who’s pulling the strings?
It’s my big dick and I say when…

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I’ll always find my way home, even if all roads are destroyed.
Life doesn’t need to be as hard as you make it.
You may feel yourself changing, to a monster, with an urge to drink warm human blood!
The pile of bullet-ridden Americans grows from the ‘gundemic’ of endless mass shootings that…

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Robots are writing poetry, and many people can’t tell the difference.
When things change, we must change.
Are we confident that this is the best solution or are we still exploring alternatives?
When you do something that everyone else is doing, you’re likely to get what everyone else is getting.

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Lance Curran

Lance Curran

What was, once, yourself, was now presented as an unreachable but irresistibly alluring image of what, in this best of all possible worlds, you could be.