You're talking to me ?

Think of what you're saying.
You can get it wrong and still you think that it's all right.
-
The Beatles

Jack : When people think you're dying, they really, really listen to you, instead of just...
Marla: - instead of just waiting for their turn to speak?
(Fight Club)


Comments

  1. :) well well.. finally a post that operates in my wave length. We thank you.

    Mocha-ed.

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  2. Juxtaposition with football interception - Calvin rocks.

    And thanks for your comment, Dagalti.

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  3. //:) well well.. finally a post that operates in my wave length//
    Oh is it ! Look forward to you extending us the courtesy one of these days :-)

    Muppet, second post long time brewing huh ?

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  4. :) well, rising to a higher, more informed and 'literarily' (:P) elevated wave length sounds daunting, so I shall humbly smile, wrap the Bugblatter towel around my head and look forward to the next new interesting random juxtaposition of letters of the alphabet. And hope there would be something to read into there.

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  5. The towel will most definitely come in handy, cos I was given a loud in your face hint on my commenting skills... the word I was asked to type was.. 'Terse'. Of course the next word should be equally interesting... but then again, I could go on forever, so I shall desist.

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  6. //And hope there would be something to read into there.//

    All art is at once surface and symbol. Those who go beneath the surface do so at their peril. Those who read the symbol do so at their peril . - Sri-la-Sri Oscar Wilde

    So next time there is a seemingly meaningless consonant cluster thrown at you you will assume its finally gone. But it probably means something in some Scandinavian language. By that logic it was probably telling us something in Norwegian all along and we didn't get it. Okay I shall desist too...

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