Monday, January 19, 2009

mm testing 1, 2?


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  3. That was probably the single must inspiring blog post in the history of blogs or posts. Every one of the thirteen characters used in the simple, yet profound, sentence stands alone yet they are so perfectly integral to the idea as a whole. The way you start it off with the onomatopoeia of "mm" followed by a space (which obviously represents the void being filled in the literary universe by this groundbreaking work of poetry) cuts to the very Shakespearian soul which is no doubt manifesting itself inside of you, Ms. Hindi.

    "Testing": Such an underused and underappreciated verb, yet you somehow manage to bring it out of obscurity and into the limelight that is "Un Haricot Parisien". The beginning of the end of this masterpiece is truly what sealed its fate as one of the most esoteric and exhilarating works of our time. I am talking of course about the numbers 1 and 2. By using their authentic original character forms, as opposed to the representative and diluted words "one" and "two," which are used amongst the layman to comprehend concepts beyond their inferior understanding, you truly decipher the pure infinity of the numerical vortex of time and space that we live in today. To end it all with such acute and emotional punctuation - the ingenious question mark - you leave the awe-struck reader with a final, fortified view on literature and life in general, begging the reader to look within themself and question their innermost values and beliefs, which they will most certainly do after reading this life-altering symphony of language.

    Dr. Henry Archibald Tottenham Colinsworth Weiner Jr. XIV

    P.S. I may or may not be drunk right now

  4. Jenaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.
    Love, Probst

  5. how can i be a reader? and how do i see chris and tommys? i dont get this