- Jan 12, 2013
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In the words of the esteemed philosopher Eric Clapton " The words are just a spring board we use to launch ourselves into the realm of truth"
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If I had to guess, I think his wife would think something along the following as regards his most recent work:Been thinking about "what if Venessian's wife borrowed his laptop for some reason and discovered all his weird Foo photoshops?"
This is impressive. Fundamentally because I am impressive.In this instance, however, rather than Foo jumping the shark, the shark jumps Foo. The traditional premise is reversed, and what we are left with is an intriguing question: what does it mean when the shark is the one who jumps? Given that Foo is represented as a god, and thereby vested with the supernatural powers of one, the only conclusion we can draw here is that the shark jumping Foo is a positive act, meaning that Foo has willed it. Metaphorically speaking, this reversal entails that Foo is incapable of being tiresome because he has precluded the possibility of him jumping the shark by virtue of having the shark jump him instead. So, it stands to reason that those that find Foo to be tiresome, are merely tired with themselves. In fact, those who are tired by Foo are tired by life itself."