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Thrust of argument: That's from Ticket for the Wind, by John Stewart, featured in Smokey and the Bandit. Direction of resistance / implied resistance: The internet, in all its exceptional American British European glory, transcribes the lines (google it) as:

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And the Bandit's trying there's a borderline

That's already crossed, when the game is lost

And the hunter's luck is a single shot

When the sun is hot and the dice are tossed

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Removal of resistance: I guess the song isn't about them, really, is it? Unification: I mean it's about talent, it's not about whatever the hell they are, for talented is not their lot, even if it is there in that film, and there in that song.
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<< And the bandit's time is a borderline that's only crossed when the game is lost. And the hunter's lot is a single shot when the sun is hot and the dice are tossed. >>

That's from Ticket for the Wind, by John Stewart, featured in Smokey and the Bandit.

The internet, in all its exceptional American British European glory, transcribes the lines (google it) as:

<<

And the Bandit's trying there's a borderline

That's already crossed, when the game is lost

And the hunter's luck is a single shot

When the sun is hot and the dice are tossed

>>

I guess the song isn't about them, really, is it?

I mean it's about talent, it's not about whatever the hell they are, for talented is not their lot, even if it is there in that film, and there in that song.



https://www.counterpunch.org/2020/02/24/new-deal-for-nature-paying-the-emperor-to-fence-the-wind/