Carbonated water

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The carbonated water image is here just because I think it’s cute, finding it while I’m trying to learn if I can use pills to make some. I tried Alka-Seltzer and it’s okay and then there’s something called grape salt/Tartaric acid. None of these things I write or do should have anything to do with the system’s insane interpretations of normal everyday things, including that the maker of this happens to be from Istanbul. The invisible-torture thinks it owns most of the world and I don’t have any right to think about anything except my own allowed things while they keep me in this isolation-vacuum of talking to myself all these years and decades, etc. I found this image to be a relaxation away from all the system’s dirty thinking so I like keeping it around while I’ve got this subject of carbonated beverage that isn’t soda on my mind; I don’t drink soda but I want the bubbles right now. The Alka-Seltzer has aspirin that might help me get down this swelling that the torture does to my diaphragm-ribs area.