The Frustration of Immigration [Ep.154]

A lot of “The Pale King” by David Foster Wallace is based around the psychical suffering that is inflicted on people who’s job requires them to create or enforce arbitrary bureaucratic hurdles on civilians. The infliction of the inflictors. Trying to navigate the various webs of institutions and the idiosyncrasies of the people currently in charge or the particular island you find yourself on is my least favourite thing to do. I would rather be becalmed or trying to remove a hook from my nether regions.
I guess myself and Elayna are basically full time Immigrants.
We come from the land of the ice and snow
From the midnight sun, where the hot springs.. flow.
Ah ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhaaaa.
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Song Credits:
00:00 Samuel Scott McCumber – North Temple
06:14 Song For Bert – Bill Beaumont
09:04 Good Man Blues – Samuel Scott McCumber
11:47 KOPANO – Malfunctions
13:18 River Left me Dry – Dominic Bennett
14:59 Fai Rynita – Ocean

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Comments 3

  1. Superb video mates! Riley, thank-you for that little ear worm, now rocking out to some Led Zeppelin!!!!

    PS I bet some tasty, super fresh cigars can be had around there!


  2. Riley. Next time you catch a Bull Mahi Mahi like that, dont bring it in but rather tow it behind the boat.
    The rest of the school is following him and in a feeding frenzy.
    Put another lure on a different rod and put it in the water. Repeat until you have all the fish you want, Then bring in the 1st one.
    Best to use a different lure every time because they catch on and wont take a lure that they saw one of their buddies disappear on.
    The Bulls ( Males ) have that flat front face like the one you caught there. The females ave a rounded head. This towing method will not work if you tow a female.

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