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Totally Boring Machine

category international | environment | opinion/analysis author Thursday April 12, 2012 14:51author by No to Hell - Shell to sea Report this post to the editors

Totally Boring Machine making a Totally Boring World

A Totally Boring Machine has been ordered by a leading multinational corporation,
To make it’s way across Europe from the German heartlands about the briney sea
To the emerald isle of Eire. It’s objective is to Bore the North West Atlantic
coast of Mayo to death.

As the leader of the multinational ‘Hell oil’ pronounced, our job will only be a success
when all the beautiful places on earth have been made into building sites
and made completely boring.



Beauty is not useful. As everyone knows, only that which is boring is useful.



As part of this Totally Boring Work, ‘Hell Oil’ wishes to pollute the clear waters of the
Atlantic ocean off Erris in Eire (Ireland), with petroleum and chemical excretion.
‘ We will be giving it our worst ‘ ‘Hell oil executive’. Quote, unquote.



The plan is to totally bore the area for 3 or 4 years . We will be boring as many
familys and individuals as we can. Hopefully it will be so totally boring that all
forms of life will leave this previously beautiful unspoilt area.
Dolphins, seals, salmon and plain folk who don’t like being totally bored
7 days a week are asked to leave the area.



‘All that we purchase we have the right to destroy’ is our motto explained a
‘Hell oil’ executive, and as air and water circulate we will be able to destroy
a greater Public area as well.



The wealthy have to right to 'own' property. Having the most money we at 'Hell oil'
can buy the most property, possibly all of the earth, and hopefully purchase
and own the 'right to life itself'.



Thus we hope to manifest ‘Hell on earth’ . This is of course, our greater goal.



What can you do?



(a) Switch the Totally Boring Machine off.
(a) Turn the totally boring machine into a butterfly



Then North West Mayo won’t become so totally boring,
And you can come and visit and have a nice time with your friends



Tunnel Boring Machine coming



A Tunnel Boring Machine is planned to leave Germany this Summer and travel to North-west Mayo.
web : www. shelltosea.com/content/corrib-tunnelling-machine-built

author by here she ispublication date Thu Apr 12, 2012 22:37Report this post to the editors

Money is more important than anything.
To Hell with Life, when you can have money.

Word Document Tunnel Boring Machine 0.1 Mb

 
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