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24 02 2008

A white, clean box. It is large, and without limits or edges. A brain sits in the whiteness, in its ivory brain-shell. It is pink and soft, but firm. The brain-shell is viewed in cross-section, but the brain is visible in full. No, actually (poof!), the brain shell encloses the entire brain. The brain is not visible. The ivory brain-shell is hard and pretty round and almost reflective. It begins to crack. Thin green tendrils snake over the back of the shell and cut right through it. They weave and wave and the brain-shell splinters.




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