- Inject soul into money
- Aria Story recessisttie
- Queen of the night Aria - Magic flute
- Spirit is what we are, matter is what we do
- Prejudice is what you think, discrimination is what you do
- You gravy-boat kicking, nutmungering chucklehead
- Listen to your partner with all ears and no choice
- To choose not to choose is itself a choice
- "Commodity, firmness and delight" - Vitruvius (V.Imp)
Inject soul into money
A few entries ago I mentioned how 'our greatest gift is often our greatest curse' i.e the person who is self-confident and gets things done is probably guilty of being arrogant and pushy. So it is with money; its greatest curse being its absolute utility - its greatest gift being its absolute utility.
In Hamlet Mr Shakes said 'there is no good nor bad that thinking makes it so'. Money doesn't care where or what it is spent on. All of which is pretty darn obvious until you start to abstract (and you can almost hear your own mind resisting as it really does not enjoy thinking about itself) and dwell upon the fact that it was us that created money in all its absolute utility and all its complete moral neutrality.
Do you have any long hay for my high horse?
Aria Story recessisttie
I'm guessing I was listening to something on the radio as reccessittie maybe a really bad stab at phonetically spelling 'recitative'. Whereas arias are melodious, recitatives are that not quite-talking not quite-singing thing that Rex Harrison does in My Fair Lady
|Rex Harrison neither-fishing-nor-fowling his way through another number|
Queen of the night Aria - Magic flute
I think this is a magnificent hairy neck standing tribute to the sublime capacity of the human voice.
Spirit is what we are, matter is what we do
I may have picked this out of a muddy puddle behind the Little Book Of workshop where they cobble phrases like this into bundles and bang them out for five quid a pop.
Prejudice is what you think, discrimination is what you do
This phrase makes a lot more more practical sense then the above.
You gravy-boat kicking, nutmungering chucklehead
I know not of my precise thinking here. Was I attempting to insult a vegan comedian? Perhaps I was exploding with rage inside a cathedral? The only reference to nutmungering on the whole of the web was this. If it is true that Kelloggs do indeed intend lasering the word Kelloggs onto individual cornflakes we may well have found a precise definition of the word nutmunger as a term for the kind of bat crazy madvertiser who dreams this stuff up and then has the brass balled gumption to say it out loud.
|Lazer Flakes. If anyone is thinking of hijacking Branson's spacecraft & heading for a new planet please send me details|
Listen to your partner with all ears and no choice
Always, always sage advice.
To choose not to choose is itself a choice
The kind of genuinely smart saying that is nonetheless really annoying to have to hear and which makes you angry with the sayer for having the temerity to say it.
I forgot all about this word. It is a fancy way of saying 'big headed' and in my pursuit of going to self-referencing hellven I'd say that using such a word automatically means one is one.
"Commodity, firmness and delight" - Vitruviu
The sheer amount of stuff I write and then forget about is maddening. These words are the foundations and principles of sound architecture as written 2,000 years ago by Vitruvius, a man known as the worlds first engineer. In essence in any building you are aiming for;
structural stability, appropriate spatial accommodation, and attractive appearance
and if you think you may be familiar with his name, this is da Vinci's eponymous 'Vetruvian man'