Thursday, April 12, 2018
The Ancient Rime of Pandorro and Zuchaburq
'T'was many and many millennia ago in a mythos by the sea
that Pandorro opened a magic jar and set the demons free.
For centuries upon centuries the humans attempted to correct
the myriad of maladies that Pandorro’s foolishness did eject.
Every now and then and by ’n by we’d find a way to block ‘em,
but always the little demons would scamper out to unlock ‘em.
By the time the twentieth century rolled onto the world’s time zone
them varmints found copious means to make themselves at home.
Along comes Marco Zuckaburq, some time in the early twenty-first,
flinging myriad platforms for vain fancy faces to they go forth and burst.
With all them billions of faces splattering themselves in cyberspace,
suddenly we had every kind of trolling vulture online in human race.
It all came down on Marco when he got grilled by political critics;
they badgered him about unleashing all them demon analytics.
It seems every demon came trolling from Pandora’s ancient blunder;
Faceless faces and drooling trolls came ripping cyberworld asunder.
But let us face the facts of freedom, y’all, far-flung in facebook data.
Every deviant spirit’s now unbound to show its Face sooner or lata.