in 1775, you could tell your enemies by the coats they wore. today it’s not that easy… information warriors do not wear uniforms. –taken from a post off the wall
stealth. you don’t know if the person sitting next to you is a millionaire, an ex-con, a sex offender, or an undercover spy. that’s why you can’t judge a book by its cover. and why do i love anecdotes, sayings, excerpts, proverbs, etc? coz they serve as paradigms, ideals, models, etc for me. just as how i love and apply art, these things may not be useful right in an instant; they soon will be in time.
do re mi fa so la ti do… did you hear that? i bet you did. you just heard the sound in your head. but you were only looking at a bunch of random letters. df oe ti oa so la im dr… how about norah jones, chizuko yoshihiro, death angel, black eyed peas, mozart, paul oakenfold? association is something, isn’t it? or call it aural imaging. after seeing the paintings put up for sale at costco, i thought of buying cheaper ones elsewhere. something visual to convey a room’s desired ambience.
being social is human. to err is too. thus, we’re human. doesn’t that make us susceptible to acceptance? relatively, which is forgiveness. thus, the randomness comes in… sispfish nspaid aksdfna wief’a idf ha adkf asdfa hkpew
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