joe Linus aka One-Legged Heart

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Random yet again in this unedited narrative #696 of no thoughts in particular. (c) joe linus aka One-Legged Heart. Hey it is possible that pure genius might emerge at any given moment in any situation. unlikely though, because genius is a bit democratized these days and just about anyone can get into the genius club so why bother anyway? This rambling unedited narrative is only serving a purpose that has become popular in programmer's those poor programmers who are charged with cranking out a profit, however slim, from our enjoyment of the arts through visiting a website-- so they have created these machines to calculate the value of your website and the value of your visit-- so you can figure that they would weigh you on a meet hook if they only could -- so here we don't have that nor are looking for that experience but reality is that we have some requirements laid upon us to meet just to make sure the website does not drop off the edge of this flat world they are attempting to create.  Bottom line is we need certain things, certain hoops need to be jumped right through and that is the name of the game that results in a visual artist creating text paragraphs on his mostly audio visual artist's website only to appease the engines of the idiot wind.  One might ask-- one might pose the question with some confidence to the local authority? Is this enough to satisfy your idiot wind? or should even more be espoused in the name of verbs and subjects and objects, not to mention adjectives. Think Big is the mantra-- think massive-- but is really this the answer says my bud walking by as i write this unedited stream. OK i am thinking big thoughts about closing this laptop and getting some Indian food for lunch. Yes this is the way i think big curry dish-- with some chai tea. that is thinking big-- and i will have some tandoori too. The other thing i'd like to note well here   before signing off is that the "o" on my keyboard is sticking this morning. Now why is that? it reminds me of a tale i heard once about an American president who took office by only a few votes and had to be confirmed by the supreme court. The story goes that when this gentleman took office, all the "w" had been removed from the computer keyboards in the white house and had to be replaced at taxpayer expense.  Now that is definitely sufficient to cross  the threshold!  Random narrative unedited (c) joe Linus aka One-Legged Heart