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Who in this kind of merry fooling am nothing to you: so you may continue and laugh at nothing still. So said Prospero in the Tempest by W. Shakespeare and that's why you perhaps are saying, a bit of light at last! But the sense of humor is a difficult question to treat, it is the feeling of contrary and opposing things, it is a sorrowful feeling born from life which must teach to die well in good health and merry laughing ! That's why we must get used to death in life and life in death, in fact only doing like that we will be able to gain our everlasting eternity! Religion permitting ! Dont' you think so! In Italian
And then let's go and have a bit of fun ? Come on, let's go!
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It is worth while, and maybe you will not get disappointed!
And to confirm a very surrealistic mind, just listen to this amusing little poem of mine: " Mr. Cook, Mr. James Cook, we suppose! Would you like to be cooked ? said the greedy cannibals of the Hawaii just before cooking the curious and tasty explorer, the famous and tender Captain Cook! Carl William Brown and the Daimon Club!
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