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Tick Tock Stop the Clock

Spring is here and we feel the sudden urge of just dropping everything. Forget about obligations and responisbility.
spaceForget about all the I have to's and the I must's. Hide away the clock... let it tick, I don't care. Time is relative... and right now unimportant.
spaceOr perhaps more important than anyhting else.
spaceTry to look back, ignore the ticking of the clock, and ask yourself what's different. In Stockholm people are still wearing sky skrapers on their feet and dress in belly buttoms. And the drive in has extended to McDonald's, churches and we're only awaiting the drive in libraries and drive in school, well drive though. But the clock keeps ticking, don't let it bother you.
spaceLooking inot the future is sometimes as looking back into the past. It's like we're all glancing through a huge wheel, and if you keep glancing long enough eventually you'll return to where you already have been.
spaceLet's reverse the clock a bit, remember the the things you did or missed. Don't worry about cathing up time, let's just glance for a while, or don't worry about anyhting at all and just do as you feel.
spaceWe feel as stopping the clock for a while, so... tick tock... oh, it stopped.

• First, some words.

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Who the hell was Lenin? We're not gonna tell you.

mirash and robin