The title for this piece is a riff on one of my favorite hard rock songs and is on the 10 Years album "How To Live As Ghosts". I just love the line "it's coming, oh yeah, the numbing". The inscription on the bottom is a riff from the 1980 movie "Airplane" that has become iconic. I use that saying often as gallows humor when things are getting really crazy.
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