Think about this Friday May 13, 2005, 1 comments

1: There’s just some mornings, when your piss smells like coffee and your coffee tastes like piss.

2: You can achieve both anonymity and fame.

3: Nothing should come between man and pie.

4: There is something fundamentally wrong with the North American love affair with the car.

5: Forever isn’t as long as you think. It just feels that way.

6: Life can be linear, it can be a circle, or it can be a corkscrew. You get to choose.

7: Yesterday at the Art Gallery of Ontario, a group of artists “painted” a mural. One must ask: Is this art?

8: I think that in defining art, like in locating electrons, the very act of trying to pin it down changes it into something else.

9: Little separates the drunk and the philospher.

10: Slightly ironic is that we’re in danger of causing our extinction because of our addiction to burning the remains of dinsaurs.


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CaptainPurple Friday May 13, 2005


Don’t sh*t where you eat, God watches over drunks and fools, Nobody likes a show-off, You can’t fool dogs or kids, He who sleeps dines, Art saves lives, You are never as good or as smart as you think. Or as dumb

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