Nas awoke to the news that the town square had been firebombed and the area cordoned off by military police. Interferences and disturbances had become commonplace in the last few days of the dying of the embers of the empire of the senses.
There were those who said there was a panicked, frenzied grasping for the familiarity of undying chaos and slaughter.
The electricity supply ran out, making it impossible to uphold data transfer rates in another region where the in-communicability of the known impressed itself upon consciousness rendering members of the general populace speechless, while some stared into space for hours on end, only pausing to eat. Without servility and submission to enterprise, there was nothing left for anyone to speak about, nothing to communicate. (more…)