- Velcro morality
- Warning - house never unoccupied, large owner within
- Breath of Prince's
- The Great Elder
- I'm having it monogrammed
- Seeing isn't believing, believing is seeing
- Santa Claus - Kids hold the spirit of Xmas in their hearts
- Yakkety Yak
- Kill to make a point
I'm guessing this is a comment on moral guidelines that appear more convenient then deeply thought out. Perhaps an observation on how morals can easily be stuck to what ever and where ever we need them to be. All in all I think it is a rich, sugar coated, easily digested metaphor that quickly goes soggy when dipped in a hot cup of analysis.
Warning! House never unoccupied, large owner within
Either I saw this sign or thought this sign would be good to see.
Breath of Prince's
No idea why I wrote this. Could be the name of some kind of flower? Or some type of majestic experience . Alas when I think upon it now I can only think of this, the breath of which I'm sure would not be a particularly majestic experience.
The Great Elder
Nope, again no idea what this relates to. I guess I was scroodling a lot on this page.
I'm having it monogrammed
I'm guessing this is a line from Frasier and was no doubt used in relation to something that usually remains distinctly un-monagrammed - as it is 7:30am I can only think of 'ransom notes' as an example.
Seeing isn't believing, believing is seeing
Uncle Bob kept stressing upon us that belief is the death of intelligence. Belief is based on faith and faith means taking things as true without any supporting evidence, thus when you believe you stop thinking - stopping thinking means the brain ceases to process new signals and information. In medicine a brain that no longer takes in new signals is diagnosed as dead.
At least this is what I think I meant. Maybe I was just typing nonsense
Santa Claus - Kids hold the spirit of Xmas in their hearts
This may sounds uber extra schmaltzy but it made a lot of sense and goes some way to explaining the USA's mega fondness for the Holiday Season.
I do do this, sorry.
Kill to make a point
Don't do this, please.