Up to No Good
Blog Post by Alan Black - Jan.03.2009 - 3:27 am
When was the last time you were up to no good? It's a bit of a walk, lots of dark lanes to run through, a steep hill too with cliffs. Falling off as the cliff crumbles. That's the kind of experience gained when you get up to the heights of no good. And it's some view up there, you can see as clear as day, looking all the way over to the people heading up to good. With smiles on their faces. Up here at no good, it's mostly scowls and meanness. Smiles are in the possession of the evil. They're up here too. I was in a high rise building when a dog went passed the window. And he wasn't in an elevator. And he had no parachute. And he was dogfood when he hit the ground. He had come into contact with another species, one that sniffed solvents and took pleasure in killing animals, animals that generally trusted humans. I heard later that some of those involved laughed and told the police to fuck off, saying things like, "it's only a dog. What's more important, a human or a dog"