Wednesday, March 31, 2010

3/31 - 6 impossible things I believed before breakfast

  1. Exegesis is only successful with social context, historical background, an active imagination, and a healthy dose of skepticism. Belief is not required.
  2. There are people in this world who are blind to challenges and only see opportunities.
  3. We would think much quicker and our information transmissions would be more dense if our language was based on smell. But how boring would Victorian novels be then? About the same. *Yawn*
  4. Mother Nature has racist tendencies. Albinism happens all through species of creatures but you never see any other colors represented equally.
  5. Chocolate tastes best when made with a little vanilla, but Vanilla Fudge is just weird.
  6. People playing "Heart and Soul" on the piano, poorly and repeatedly, might be the most insidious torture known to the hearing world.

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