In “Never-You-Mind Land,” every meaningful sentence has a certain fixed number of words, (the same as do Men).
In the City, a professional comedian is a would-be dominant mugger with a grin, and no gun.
The little tyke asked the old man, “Grandfather, what is the difference between one who tells you half of what he knows, and one who knows only half of what he tells you?” And the old gent chuckled, and sent the lad out to play in the quagmire…where he belonged.
In a Real Revolution, you must remember this:
What you’ve gotta do, is regardless of what is true.
From the Book of Nevers:
Never trust a god with an accent.