Justice, a Kind of Decompression Sickness (Type VI)!

Jun 16, 2018

It is an absurd situation. It’s a trick bag. Who is to blame? I guess the first person to blame is yourself. Of course, it’s the easy way out. But on security issues, we are all responsible.

War seems to be the most comfortable word. What if it was real? Red Hot Chili Peppers members once said that “every artist is at war with the world.”

That’s why I do think it’s a matter of rest. If you lose your balance, please don’t lose your auditing firm. Justice is a prevalent topic, like love.

Will You Keep Trying Walking A Fine Line?

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Don’t take offense at my extremes. A critical French person used to classify people into 2 categories: jerks and pigs. I think it’s safe to say 4 shades are the minimum.

The standard of performance is an exciting matter when you think about marketing and business plans. That’s why a proper classification would be: daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly. Justice should remain a question of contrast.

China clearly stated that daily magic is essential.

When I was a child, the days were long. But it helped people bond even though there were pretenders among us. They were spies, only today, and we forgot everything we learned.

Do You Feel Stuck In Some Part Of The Body?

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There are many causes out there. Which one should we root for? Were you a Los Angeles Lakers fan or a Sacramento Kings fan? Maybe the important thing is to witness the best (or the worst).

Someone responsible could help us. A mother said you have to choose your battles. Sometimes I wonder if the flight is an option because I like options. Justice likes an easy case because cold cases are so cold that you need a new type of heater to sustain the period.

So did my ex-girlfriend. When she didn’t love me anymore, she opted for my so-called brother. Maybe a cousin or maybe just an asshole that pissed me off so much, that my heart keeps me well informed.

We all know that life is a joke. But we appreciate the effort.

Dancing Fool Committing A Social Suicide!

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I dreamed I was a talented musician. And then I started dancing in my room, singing under the shower and wondering why some people smile at me.

Evolution is an exciting topic. We like to showcase it as an adventure where we stand more and more tall and talented. Feelings are so intense that life can’t thrive. Justice might be a question of point of view, but we all have that right only if conflicts of interest do not blind it.

And that may be why you’re taking a prescription pill.

We’re on a mission of mercy to the new frontier. If I don’t get out of here, it means game over. How many lives do we have? I like to think we only have one even though problems with friends could push you into the softcore mode.

Darkness Will Rise and Fall on the City.

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Maybe it’s a problem with comfort intolerance. In some environments, they have no problems at all. One of us shouldn’t be here.

It’s sad that if someone wins, someone loses. Maybe that’s why we need an audience. Coubertin used to say that what matters is participating. But justice is an impressive game mainly because they try to give a direction to the debate.

The rise and fall of naive people is something hard to describe.

I used to live on the 2nd floor. Sometimes you could hear something late at night. It was just a dream. But I never talked about it.

Should You Be Careless With Delicate People?

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Know your enemy. One of us shouldn’t be here. I’ve been waiting so long before I could say goodbye to France. They have a problem with sodomy back there.

Before I slip into unconsciousness, I’d like to have a new idea like going to the beach or the mountain every day and spending time in the evening with friends in a venue.

Justice is a matter of impunity and rewards. A fine line between hell and high water. Maybe those lines are crippling us for life. Justice should be flexible. Otherwise, she might end up with another cliché when someone was wrongly accused.

Please remember the rage: know your enemy and your source.

The Question Is Not Why, But How.

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The way to my heart is with a garlic clove. It’s sexy when it’s on the kitchen stove. OK, I’ll admit I’m showing my musical culture. Sex and money are my notable kicks.

A few months ago, I read that some diseases created a bestiary. Like the vampire. Or maybe an elephant man. The thing about the disease is that as long as you benefit from it, you will not be cured.

The toxic artwork of WW2 is still haunting us. The moral bankruptcy our ancestors showed was relieved with the band Dire Straits. An inescapable hook like the one from “Sultans of Swing.” Justice will be served, and we will not lose time speaking about clandestine 22 years old work.

Get over what is still the question. How is the answer?

Make The Best of the Situation Before?

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In conclusion, I think justice is just a matter of making the best of a situation. At least, that’s what I recall from my experience in Paris, France.

The neighbors were so happy that they contributed to the hallmark of stupidity. Do you feel better you got someone to blame? You best believe nobody wants to take responsibility.

If you end up angry, sad, and disgusted, if your feelings are so intense that life is improbable, maybe going crazy is a solution. Is justice the only department where hanging is a bad thing?

Famous last words of some people always hint at the same people: abuse of power. It comes as no surprise. I wonder why or how.
If you lose your partner, should you lose your mind? Once, only once did we lose control and gave all our souls.

Nicolas Sursock

Nicolas is a musician. His work now focuses on digesting 10000 songs of jazz, blues, soul, rock, funk and electronic. He plays the guitar if he's not blogging!