Really odd to think of a choice to have a blackout. Your qualifier, "disquieting" is perfect. Disquieting and moody, at least on my block. Especially the view from the roof, which takes in lower Manhattan and midtown -blank, flat facades of the towers. I like almost anything that sets up large scale non-normality, so as things went rather peacefully this time it was worthwhile to experience it.
> As a result of the lack of wireless service during the blackout, if > you have a cell phone and use AT&T, you can get 60 additional minutes > for the next billing cycle by calling 866 269 2015, pressing 3 and > then following the instructions. This is real BTW... (not one of those... Bill Gates will give you $ thangs! LOL)
The terror that's inside the hollow of your eyes is raining all the time fighting it's way out I hear the bell that rings with the trouble that you sing disguising everything what's it all about? So low down below wicked wind will blow another simple soul tender meat Hobo The Lily on your head the danger in your bed is killing you instead filling you with doubt I feel the pain dilate from the center that you hate where good things go to waste serenity drought So low down below wicked wind...
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