The terrestrial globe is covered with volcanoes, which serve as its anus  

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"Le globe terrestre est couvert de volcans qui lui servent d'anus" (English: "The terrestrial globe is covered with volcanoes, which serve as its anus," tr. Allan Stoekl) is a dictum of Georges Bataille, from his The Solar Anus.[1]

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