Send in the morons
Send in the morons
Send in the scum
Send in the subhuman, the illiterate and the insane
Send in the vermin
Send in the criminals
Send in the fools who pay to have their children molested
Send in the trash
Send in the corrupt, the mindless and the greedy
Send in the ignorant, the useless and the smug
Send in the regressives, the brainwashed and the filth
Then you’ll be a wise man.
Send in the delusional, the senile and the weak
Send in the thoughtless, the inept and the sycophantic
Send in the insular, the pedantic and the dishonest from birth.
Send in the failures, the liars and the incompetent
Send in the the tedious and the flabby thinkers
Then you’ll be an important man.
Send in the spiritually constipated, the spreaders of madness
Send in the believers in drivel and drab
Send in the futile, the blind of soul and the disgusting
Send in the animals with watches and sheep with security clearances
Send in the dunghill dwellers, the sleazy and the sickening
Then you’ll be a great man.
Send in those proud of their ignorance
Send in those who’ve never lived or loved
Send in the humorless cretins, the dreary vile
Send in the useless, the cowards and the facile
Send in the trash, the unspeakably boring and the putrid
Then you’ll be a God among men.
But you’ll always be one of them.
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