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Myths from Mesopotamia by Stephanie Dalley
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Aug 16, 11

When riding your bike down Market street in San Francisco be wary of buses and remember to weave defensively in and out of lanes. When envisioning yourself as some sort of Mesopotamian God-King it is important to start with the consideration of fermentation and work outwards towards the concept of mortality. When wrestling a wild man on the steps of an old city outside of an anachronistic liquor store it is important to keep one's composure. When thinking about life it is best to write down those thoughts on paper before taking decisive action. When traveling through the underworld it is best to wander through the shadows with a song on your lips.
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