5Geewhiz Deceasement Tool

(Continued from https://ethicaldative.com/2021/08/16/breaking-new-wind-distributed-afterlife/)

By the time of the Huff Pugh Fuchs dispensation the death knell had long sounded for both projectile-based penetrative exsanguination inducement and provoked injective heart failure. A much improved execution product based on old Texian formulas had been patented under the name deceasium.

Deceasium was developed initially as a tool for dispatching Kballers pleasantly at harvest time. Along with scriptures from the ‘Magnificat of Prismatic Multiplication’ and the lottery payout, it facilitated frictionless relinquishment of infant donors to the farms by their parents.

A side effect of deceasium was the popularity it gained among well-heeled recreational death-seekers. HPF Pharmaceuticals capitalized on the fad by marketing two-percent inhalers of the drug over the counter in upscale markets under the name Texas Cologne. A firehose of revenue drenched the coffers of HPF Corporate and its directors’ private DuchyBank accounts.

Another key feature of Huff-Pugh-Fuchsian culture on what paleo-geologists call the Wisp Isthmus merits mention in order to convey its erstwhile girth. I refer to its practice of data fracking.

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About JMN

I live in Texas and devote much of my time to easel painting on an amateur basis. I stream a lot of music, mostly jazz, throughout the day. I like to read and memorize poetry.
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  1. Pingback: Mother’s Milk of the Bloviation Economy: Data Fracking | EthicalDative

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