Saturday, April 5, 2008

Bathroom Monologue: Themes

-The difficulty of creation, the ease of destruction, and the callowness of those that go the easy route (“Rome wasn’t built in a day, and I prefer long novels”)
-The importance of a group of individuals that choose each other, like friends, over groups made up of arbitrary boundaries, like countries and races (“The man who chooses to guard my back on his own is better than the three who do it out of family obligation, and if he stabs me, he’ll have a motive that’s at least three times more interesting”)
-The prime motivation of satisfaction (“Money, luxury, sex, love, all try to woo it into submission, but only it is itself”)
-The comforts of the existence of orthodoxy for heretics (“It’s an ugly tree, but something’s got to cast shade”)
-That you can make fun of anything if you do it right (“Some things are sacred, but the holy ones still know how to laugh”)
-Waterslides (“Weeeeeee!”)
-We don’t fucking know, and we don’t trust anyone that says they do (“If there’s a light at the end of the tunnel, then it can illuminate my descent”)


  1. enjoyed your flash shot this morning

    Kevin Anderson


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