Super Witch

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Witches are women practicing usually black witchcraft often with the aid of a devil or familiar. They are usually credited with malignant supernatural powers. However witchcraft is a complex concept that varies culturally and societally; therefore, it is difficult to define with precision. Susan was a witch...

Submitted: August 12, 2017

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Witches are women practicing usually black witchcraft often with the aid of a devil or familiar. They are usually credited with malignant supernatural powers. However witchcraft is a complex concept that varies culturally and societally; therefore, it is difficult to define with precision. Witchcraft often occupies a religious, divinatory or medicinal role, and is often present within societies and groups whose cultural framework includes a magical world view.

Susan was a witch. She started as "The Apprentice" witch in "Atlantic City" with "The Banger Sisters" on "The Other Side of Midnight". The city was ruled by the "King of the Gypsies", Jack. Being a witch was "Something Short of Paradise" due to the "Tempest" and "The Hunger". She made "The Front Page" of witch craft magazine cause she was "Irresistible", and was fueled with "Romance & Cigarettes".

During "A Dry White Season" in "Elizabethtown", "In the Valley of Elah", she would witness a "Dead Man Walking", "Little Women" in "Compromising Positions", an "Illuminata" "Stepmom", "Enchanted" "Cats & Dogs", a "Solitary Man" "Speed Racer", and "Joe" in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show". They all went to "Hell and Back".

"One Summer Love" led to "Loving Couples", which led to "The Big Wedding", which led to "The Great Smokey Roadblock". Another way to say divorce. In a "White Palace" in the "Middle of Nowhere", "3 Generations" of witches: grandmothers, "Mothers and Daughters", working on an "Emotional Arithmetic" problem to resolve the "The Buddy System" between "Robot & Frank". Indeed, they are trying to understand the friendship between a robot and a human.

At some stage of her life, Susan decided to teach witchcraft. But she made the mistake to build a school at see level on an island in the middle of the ocean. And when sea level raised as a consequence of global warming, it provoked a catastrophe:

"My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea."

She should have built the school on the mountain. She had the misfortune to believe Mr. Trump, who said global warming was an expensive hoax created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive. Now she knows he lied, but it's too late. On a "Ping Pong Summer Camp" in Pyongyang, North Korea, "The Last of Robin Hood" Kim Jong-un (Leader of North Korea) fired 18 ping pong balls (missiles). In ping pong, a point is scored when a player fails to return the ball within the rules. So, North Korea won 18-0 as the other player (US Leader) warned to respond, but didn't actually sent the balls (missiles) back within the rules.

"The Witches of Eastwick", Cher, Michelle and Susan, visited "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" and works at a place called "Wall Street", where "Money Never Sleeps". But a "Peacock" named Madoff took the money away while most of Wall Street was sleeping. How ironic! And when "Jiminy Glick in Lalawood" wants to play mother with Jiminy Cricket, the "Cradle Will Rock" for the "Pretty Baby" in a "Sweet Hearts Dance" for "A Bad Moms Christmas". Indeed, Jiminy Glick plays mother as Susan would "play father".

How did she decide to become a witch? Apparently, you need to have some predisposition. She learned early about it at school.

"On parochial school I was told I had an overabundance of original sin."

The sin of disobedience in consuming from the tree of knowledge of good and evil.

Are all the witches credited with malignant supernatural powers, and do they all have such bad reputation?

"When you start to develop your powers of empathy and imagination, the whole world opens up to you."

When she realized the whole world hated her, she decided to use her empathy and imagination to change people's opinion about her. However, with some men, all she had to do was to open up her legs to have power over them. She just had to relax, concentrate,... and hit a baseball. To achieve that, she had to be on top (of her game).

"Making love is like hitting a baseball. You just gotta relax and concentrate."

How did she do to seduce these men?

"I believe in using words, not fists."

What kind of words did she use?

"Yes, I'm a witch, I'm a bitch

It's gonna change, baby doll

It's gonna change, honey ball

It's gonna change, sugarcane

It's gonna change, sweetie legs"

These were the words used originally by an old witch named Yoko. With these words, she seduced an English guy called John, and as a result she became very famous and witch... Sorry!, I meant, rich.

"It will be great when it's not such a big deal when a woman gets a good job."

What's the big deal!? I can name so many women president or prime minister: Margaret Thatcher, Theresa May, Cristina Kirchner, Dilma Rousseff, Michelle Bachelet, Park Geun-hye. The big deal is that they don't do better than men. Dilma and Park got impeached in Brazil and South Korea, Cristina is facing trial in Argentina, and Margaret was responsible (with Ronald Reagan) of the crime of neoliberalism.

"So, goodnight Susan. "When the Mountains Tremble" you become "The Greatest" "Lady Liberty". Even greater than the Statue of Liberty."


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