Nearly 60 people were killed in a fire in a Vietnamese office block on October 29, and officials fear the death toll will rise. Flames are shown billowing from windows of the International Trade Centre in Ho Chi Minh City. REUTERS/Handout from VNA - Oct 30 5:25 AM ET
Nearly 60 people were killed in a fire in a Vietnamese office block on October 29, and officials fear the death toll will rise. Flames are shown billowing from windows of the International Trade Centre in Ho Chi Minh City. REUTERS/Handout from VNA - Oct 30 5:25 AM ET
Nearly 60 people were killed in a fire in a Vietnamese office block on October 29, and officials fear the death toll will rise. Flames are shown billowing from windows of the International Trade Centre in Ho Chi Minh City. REUTERS/Handout from VNA - Oct 30 5:25 AM ET
Nearly 60 people were killed in a fire in a Vietnamese office block on October 29, and officials fear the death toll will rise. Flames are shown billowing from windows of the International Trade Centre in Ho Chi Minh City. REUTERS/Handout from VNA - Oct 30 5:25 AM ET
Nearly 60 people were killed in a fire in a Vietnamese office block on October 29, and officials fear the death toll will rise. Flames are shown billowing from windows of the International Trade Centre in Ho Chi Minh City. REUTERS/Handout from VNA - Oct 30 5:25 AM ET
Nearly 60 people were killed in a fire in a Vietnamese office block on October 29, and officials fear the death toll will rise. Flames are shown billowing from windows of the International Trade Centre in Ho Chi Minh City. REUTERS/Handout from VNA - Oct 30 5:25 AM ET
Nearly 60 people were killed in a fire in a Vietnamese office block on October 29, and officials fear the death toll will rise. Flames are shown billowing from windows of the International Trade Centre in Ho Chi Minh City. REUTERS/Handout from VNA - Oct 30 5:25 AM ET
Nearly 60 people were killed in a fire in a Vietnamese office block on October 29, and officials fear the death toll will rise. Flames are shown billowing from windows of the International Trade Centre in Ho Chi Minh City. REUTERS/Handout from VNA - Oct 30 5:25 AM ET
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A cloud of ash more than 15 kilometers high rises from the El Reventador volcano, 3,562 meters above sea level and 59 miles east of the Ecuadorean capital, Quito, as seen from an airplane window, November 3, 2002. A burning cloud of gases, ash and rocks rolled down the sides of the volcano, charring the jungle peak, during the early morning eruption in Ecuador's Amazon jungle near the heart of its oil industry. This is the first eruption since 1976. REUTERS/Patricio Estrella - Nov 03 5:09 PM ET
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A cloud of ash more than 15 kilometers high rises from the El Reventador volcano, 3,562 meters above sea level and 59 miles east of the Ecuadorean capital, Quito, as seen from an airplane window, November 3, 2002. A burning cloud of gases, ash and rocks rolled down the sides of the volcano, charring the jungle peak, during the early morning eruption in Ecuador's Amazon jungle near the heart of its oil industry. This is the first eruption since 1976. REUTERS/Patricio Estrella - Nov 03 5:09 PM ET
A cloud of ash more than 15 kilometers high rises from the El Reventador volcano, 3,562 meters above sea level and 59 miles east of the Ecuadorean capital, Quito, as seen from an airplane window, November 3, 2002. A burning cloud of gases, ash and rocks rolled down the sides of the volcano, charring the jungle peak, during the early morning eruption in Ecuador's Amazon jungle near the heart of its oil industry. This is the first eruption since 1976. REUTERS/Patricio Estrella - Nov 03 5:09 PM ET
A cloud of ash more than 15 kilometers high rises from the El Reventador volcano, 3,562 meters above sea level and 59 miles east of the Ecuadorean capital, Quito, as seen from an airplane window, November 3, 2002. A burning cloud of gases, ash and rocks rolled down the sides of the volcano, charring the jungle peak, during the early morning eruption in Ecuador's Amazon jungle near the heart of its oil industry. This is the first eruption since 1976. REUTERS/Patricio Estrella - Nov 03 5:09 PM ET
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates smiles while reading a prepared statement in response to the U.S. District Court ruling announcement during a news conference Friday, Nov. 1, 2002, at Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Wash. A federal judge on Friday accepted nearly all the provisions of an antitrust settlement between Microsoft Corp. and the Justice Department, but warned top company executives that she will hold them individually responsible for complying with her instructions. (AP Photo/Microsoft, Anthony P. Bolante) - Nov 01 9:30 PM ET
If the United States goes to war with Iraq, the Air Force might be using the same missile-firing drones that killed one of Al Qaeda's senior leaders in Yemen to attack Iraqi air defense radars, mobile Scud missile launchers and possibly sensitive targets in Baghdad, according to military officials November 6, 2002. The Predator unmanned aerial vehicle flies above USS Carl Vinson in this December 5, 1995 file photo. The Predator is capable of over 50 hours non-stop flight, has a wing span of 48.4 feet and a length of 26.7 feet, and costs around 3.2 million dollars. REUTERS/HO/U.S. Navy (news - web sites)- Nov 05 9:06 PM ET
If the United States goes to war with Iraq, the Air Force might be using the same missile-firing drones that killed one of Al Qaeda's senior leaders in Yemen to attack Iraqi air defense radars, mobile Scud missile launchers and possibly sensitive targets in Baghdad, according to military officials November 6, 2002. The Predator unmanned aerial vehicle flies above USS Carl Vinson in this December 5, 1995 file photo. The Predator is capable of over 50 hours non-stop flight, has a wing span of 48.4 feet and a length of 26.7 feet, and costs around 3.2 million dollars. REUTERS/HO/U.S. Navy (news - web sites)- Nov 05 9:06 PM ET
If the United States goes to war with Iraq, the Air Force might be using the same missile-firing drones that killed one of Al Qaeda's senior leaders in Yemen to attack Iraqi air defense radars, mobile Scud missile launchers and possibly sensitive targets in Baghdad, according to military officials November 6, 2002. The Predator unmanned aerial vehicle flies above USS Carl Vinson in this December 5, 1995 file photo. The Predator is capable of over 50 hours non-stop flight, has a wing span of 48.4 feet and a length of 26.7 feet, and costs around 3.2 million dollars. REUTERS/HO/U.S. Navy (news - web sites)- Nov 05 9:06 PM ET
If the United States goes to war with Iraq, the Air Force might be using the same missile-firing drones that killed one of Al Qaeda's senior leaders in Yemen to attack Iraqi air defense radars, mobile Scud missile launchers and possibly sensitive targets in Baghdad, according to military officials November 6, 2002. The Predator unmanned aerial vehicle flies above USS Carl Vinson in this December 5, 1995 file photo. The Predator is capable of over 50 hours non-stop flight, has a wing span of 48.4 feet and a length of 26.7 feet, and costs around 3.2 million dollars. REUTERS/HO/U.S. Navy (news - web sites)- Nov 05 9:06 PM ET
Peace activists march during a demonstration against war organized by the European Social Forum in Florence, Italy, Saturday, Nov. 9, 2002. Tens of thousands of people from across Europe are marching through Florence to protest a possible war against Iraq and the negative impact of globalization amid stepped-up security in the Tuscan capital. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito) - Nov 10 7:38 AM ET
Peace activists march during a demonstration against war organized by the European Social Forum in Florence, Italy, Saturday, Nov. 9, 2002. Tens of thousands of people from across Europe are marching through Florence to protest a possible war against Iraq and the negative impact of globalization amid stepped-up security in the Tuscan capital. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito) - Nov 10 7:38 AM ET
Peace activists march during a demonstration against war organized by the European Social Forum in Florence, Italy, Saturday, Nov. 9, 2002. Tens of thousands of people from across Europe are marching through Florence to protest a possible war against Iraq and the negative impact of globalization amid stepped-up security in the Tuscan capital. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito) - Nov 10 7:38 AM ET
Peace activists march during a demonstration against war organized by the European Social Forum in Florence, Italy, Saturday, Nov. 9, 2002. Tens of thousands of people from across Europe are marching through Florence to protest a possible war against Iraq and the negative impact of globalization amid stepped-up security in the Tuscan capital. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito) - Nov 10 7:38 AM ET
Picture shows the Bahamian-flagged Prestige Oil tanker sinking off the northwest Spanish coast, November 19, 2002. The tanker laden with 70,000 tons of fuel oil split in two off northwest and its stern section sank, triggering what ecologists said could become one of the world's worst oil spills. REUTERS/Handout from Spanish Armada - Nov 20 3:01 PM ET
Picture shows the Bahamian-flagged Prestige Oil tanker sinking off the northwest Spanish coast, November 19, 2002. The tanker laden with 70,000 tons of fuel oil split in two off northwest and its stern section sank, triggering what ecologists said could become one of the world's worst oil spills. REUTERS/Handout from Spanish Armada - Nov 20 3:01 PM ET
Picture shows the Bahamian-flagged Prestige Oil tanker sinking off the northwest Spanish coast, November 19, 2002. The tanker laden with 70,000 tons of fuel oil split in two off northwest and its stern section sank, triggering what ecologists said could become one of the world's worst oil spills. REUTERS/Handout from Spanish Armada - Nov 20 3:01 PM ET
Picture shows the Bahamian-flagged Prestige Oil tanker sinking off the northwest Spanish coast, November 19, 2002. The tanker laden with 70,000 tons of fuel oil split in two off northwest and its stern section sank, triggering what ecologists said could become one of the world's worst oil spills. REUTERS/Handout from Spanish Armada - Nov 20 3:01 PM ET
Picture shows the Bahamian-flagged Prestige Oil tanker sinking off the northwest Spanish coast, November 19, 2002. The tanker laden with 70,000 tons of fuel oil split in two off northwest and its stern section sank, triggering what ecologists said could become one of the world's worst oil spills. REUTERS/Handout from Spanish Armada - Nov 20 3:01 PM ET
Picture shows the Bahamian-flagged Prestige Oil tanker sinking off the northwest Spanish coast, November 19, 2002. The tanker laden with 70,000 tons of fuel oil split in two off northwest and its stern section sank, triggering what ecologists said could become one of the world's worst oil spills. REUTERS/Handout from Spanish Armada - Nov 20 3:01 PM ET
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates smiles while reading a prepared statement in response to the U.S. District Court ruling announcement during a news conference Friday, Nov. 1, 2002, at Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Wash. A federal judge on Friday accepted nearly all the provisions of an antitrust settlement between Microsoft Corp. and the Justice Department, but warned top company executives that she will hold them individually responsible for complying with her instructions. (AP Photo/Microsoft, Anthony P. Bolante) - Nov 01 9:30 PM ET
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates smiles while reading a prepared statement in response to the U.S. District Court ruling announcement during a news conference Friday, Nov. 1, 2002, at Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Wash. A federal judge on Friday accepted nearly all the provisions of an antitrust settlement between Microsoft Corp. and the Justice Department, but warned top company executives that she will hold them individually responsible for complying with her instructions. (AP Photo/Microsoft, Anthony P. Bolante) - Nov 01 9:30 PM ET
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates smiles while reading a prepared statement in response to the U.S. District Court ruling announcement during a news conference Friday, Nov. 1, 2002, at Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Wash. A federal judge on Friday accepted nearly all the provisions of an antitrust settlement between Microsoft Corp. and the Justice Department, but warned top company executives that she will hold them individually responsible for complying with her instructions. (AP Photo/Microsoft, Anthony P. Bolante) - Nov 01 9:30 PM ET
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates smiles while reading a prepared statement in response to the U.S. District Court ruling announcement during a news conference Friday, Nov. 1, 2002, at Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Wash. A federal judge on Friday accepted nearly all the provisions of an antitrust settlement between Microsoft Corp. and the Justice Department, but warned top company executives that she will hold them individually responsible for complying with her instructions. (AP Photo/Microsoft, Anthony P. Bolante) - Nov 01 9:30 PM ET
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United States Attorney General John Ashcroft addresses the press regarding Microsoft Corp.'s antitrust case at the Justice Departmentin Washington November 1, 2002. Ashcroft on Friday applauded a federal judge's decision approving the Justice Department's settlement with computer software giant Microsoft in the landmark antitrust case. REUTERS/Molly Riley - Nov 01 7:34 PM ET
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United States Attorney General John Ashcroft addresses the press regarding Microsoft Corp.'s antitrust case at the Justice Departmentin Washington November 1, 2002. Ashcroft on Friday applauded a federal judge's decision approving the Justice Department's settlement with computer software giant Microsoft in the landmark antitrust case. REUTERS/Molly Riley - Nov 01 7:34 PM ET
United States Attorney General John Ashcroft addresses the press regarding Microsoft Corp.'s antitrust case at the Justice Departmentin Washington November 1, 2002. Ashcroft on Friday applauded a federal judge's decision approving the Justice Department's settlement with computer software giant Microsoft in the landmark antitrust case. REUTERS/Molly Riley - Nov 01 7:34 PM ET
R.O.D.

It's approaching
600 pounds gas and flesh
Robes in tatters
It's approaching
Lips and tongue abhorrent
Flickering lexicon
Or a stray dog pack leader

Hide hide, all good people hang out for a result
Hide dive hide, reasonable people in silence do exult
Realm of dusk

The Northerns
Look at the North ones
Their brains are unhinged by the sun

Rare stone
Our faces are rare stone
It comes to take them
Move out the armies


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Doctor Faustus: Horshoes Splackin' Swallows Haycart, Cart-Horse. Of the peasant blockin' his path. Doctor Faustus: Power showin', spits out Hay-cart, cart-horse, hay and box at the gates of ANHOLT. Dr. Faustus: At the court of the count, made fruits exotic pleasure-lichous, appear behind curtains in winter. Dr. Faustus: At the decadent court, made animals from sun-lands appear in the sparse gartens of Vinter in ze likkle willage. Doktor Faustus: Horse-shoes clackin', swallows cart-horse, hay-cart of the peasant blockin' his path.
Must leave his student friends.
FAUSTUS! Come get yer chips!
Pull me blood silhouette, treu the ceiling sky.
Cast me blood silhouette, thru the ceiling sky.


R.O.D.

It's approaching
600 pounds gas and flesh
Robes in tatters
It's approaching
Lips and tongue abhorrent
Flickering lexicon
Or a stray dog pack le
ader

Hide hide, all good people hang out for a result
Hide dive hide, reasonable people in silence do exult
Realm of dusk

The Northerns
Look at the North ones
Their brains are unhinged by the sun

Rare stone
Our faces are rare stone
It comes to take them
Move out the armies


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DKTR FAUSTUS

Doctor Faustus: Horshoes Splackin' Swallows Haycart, Cart-Horse. Of the peasant blockin' his path. Doctor Faustus: Power showin', spits out Hay-cart, cart-horse, hay and box at the gates of ANHOLT. Dr. Faustus: At the court of the count, made fruits exotic pleasure-lichous, appear behind curtains in winter. Dr. Faustus: At the decadent court, made animals from sun-lands appear in the sparse gartens of Vinter in ze likkle willage. Doktor Faustus: Horse-shoes clackin', swallows cart-horse, hay-cart of the peasant blockin' his path.
Must leave his student friends.
FAUSTUS! Come get yer chips!
Pull me blood silhouette, treu the ceiling sky.
Cast me blood silhouette, thru the ceiling sky.


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