layout: post title: Pardon Me. date: '2017-09-13T09:29:00.001-07:00' author: Adam M. Dobrin tags: modified_time: '2017-09-13T09:29:12.798-07:00' thumbnail: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-zkH2NPu10-Y/Wblc2kAid5I/AAAAAAAAG64/3BP-wgIUEe4t9OxXst_MnR9XNtZJRQI_wCK4BGAYYCw/s72-c/Screenshot%2B2017-09-13%2Bat%2B7.28.25%2BAM-752801.png blogger_id: tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4677390916502096913.post-8169172465615855871 blogger_orig_url: http://hadragonbreath.blogspot.com/2017/09/pardon-me.html


COULDN'T TAKE... ONE... MORE... STEP


ADAM AND  
IS THE LIGHT BETWEeN EXODUS AND SI SEN @

   
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TH U N D E R S T A N D
W E  A R E  SENDING A MESSAGE TO TOTALITY


   
THE CIRCLE HAS THE SQUARE
P A RoaD O N  

A decade ago
I never thought I would be
On the verge of spontaneous combustion
Who-is-me

But I guess that it comes with the territory
An ominous landscape of never ending calamity
I need you to hear
I need you to see that I have had all that I can take
And exploding seems like a definite possibility to me

So pardon me while I burst into flames
Pardon me while I burst into flames
I've had enough of the world and it's people's mindless games
So pardon me while I burn and rise above the flame
Pardon me, pardon me, I'll never be the same

Not two days ago
I was having a look in a book
And I saw a picture of a guy fried up above his knee
I said, 'I can relate?'

Cause lately I've been thinking of combustication
As a welcomed vacation
From the burdens of the planet earth
Like gravity, hypocrisy, and the perils of being in 3-D

And thinking so much differently
So pardon me while I burst into flames
I've had enough of the world and it's people's mindless games
So pardon me while I burn and rise above the flame
Pardon me, pardon me, I'll never be the same

Like gravity, hypocrisy, and the perils of being in 3-D
And thinking so much differently





P O R D E N  

I'm one stop 
From a breakdown 
Two steps from 
Being safe 
Just try to 
See this through 
I'm three steps 
From this nightmare 
And four steps 
The rest is 
Up to you 

Pardon me while I 
Just turn my back 
And walk away 
Pardon me if I 
Can't listen 
To the things 
You say 
Pardon me if I 
Can't fake it 
While you still believe 
Pardon me 

I'm one step 
From forgiveness 
And two steps 
From my grave 
We're all just 
Passing through 
Three steps 
From redemption 
Four from the 
Devil's door 
On a path 
That leads to you 

Pardon me while I 
Just turn my back 
And walk away 
Pardon me if I 
Can't listen 
To the things 
You say 
Pardon me if I 
Can't fake this 
While you still believe 
Pardon me 

Pardon me while I 
Just turn my back 
And walk away 
Pardon me if I 
Can't listen 
To the things 
You say 
Pardon me if I 
Can't fake it 
While you still believe 
Pardon me 

I'm two steps 
From salvation 
But i'm only 
Taking one 

Pardon me







Nullification, in United States constitutional history, is a legal theory that a state has the right to nullify, or invalidate, any federal law which that state has deemed unconstitutional. The theory of nullification has never been legally upheld by federal courts.[1]

The theory of nullification is based on a view that the States formed the Union by an agreement (or "compact") among the States, and that as creators of the federal government, the States have the final authority to determine the limits of the power of that government. Under this, the compact theory, the States and not the federal courts are the ultimate interpreters of the extent of the federal government's power. Under this theory, the States therefore may reject, or nullify, federal laws that the States believe are beyond the federal government's constitutional powers. The related idea of interposition is a theory that a state has the right and the duty to "interpose" itself when the federal government enacts laws that the state believes to be unconstitutional. Thomas Jefferson and James Madison set forth the theories of nullification and interposition in the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions in 1798.




  


  


   

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BUT WHAT IN THE ACTUAL FUCK IS THIS?



      
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... and

H  E  R  E    C  O   M   E  S     T  H  E 
 CRESCHENDO 








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