Project 313 – Post No. 004

Now that people know I write these a few days ahead of time — and the illusion of daily brilliance is thus shattered — they’ll also understand why I don’t reference interactions from the previous posts (if, you know, such interactions occur). If it’s not clear, it’s because those interactions have yet to happen as I write this.

It’s like if I’m traveling into the future, skipping ahead a few days and missing whatever happens in the interim. For all I know, this post going live will see the world immersed in WW III thus making the next two posts a wasted effort as there won’t be anyone left alive to read them.  

That being the case, I’ll make this short as everyone, I’m sure, are too busy kissing their asses goodbye. Boy, wouldn’t that be a sight! Millions of people dislocating their backs to peck their own cheeks.

Besides, the last P313 offering was quite lengthy, so a break of sorts is in order.

The photo:

Project 313 004

That is a Koa wood. Interesting pattern. Snapped with my Note 8, processed in Topaz Studio. 

The joke (and one of the few reasons I can think of to have kids):

And, of course, the doodle . . . I call it “everybody wins!” 

And . . . that’s it

Some of these posts will likely be longer as the mood hits me, but most will be thus; short, uninteresting, bland, and relentless.

You can read about Project 313 HERE.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.


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Odd guy with odd views living an odd life during odd times.
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11 Responses to Project 313 – Post No. 004

  1. Eddy Winko says:

    I quite like your doodle.


  2. oneowner says:

    I respect wood. And that’s a great piece of wood!


    • disperser says:

      Expensive, too.

      I really should process all the photos I have from the Koa artists exhibition I went to . . . soon, maybe, if I can hit my stride and get back on track.


  3. Beautiful pattern on the wood! It makes me think of several things.
    The joke got a snort outa’ me. I loved when my kids were little, I was able to go places under the guise that THEY wanted to go, when really it was me who wanted to go. (Like arcade places, kid-movies, Disney, etc.!)
    Love the tic-tac-toe doodle! Cool!


  4. How big is that piece of Koa; is that a cross cut? Lots of swirls, I like it.
    Almost like a picture of the surface of a planet in some distant galaxy,


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