Project 313 – Post No. 104

I’m trying to knock these out fairly quickly and the easiest way to do that is to write about inane and inconsequential stuff but still shoot for interesting . . . or, at least, quirky.

It’s surprisingly difficult to write about banal and inconsequential stuff and keep it interesting. 

. . . I don’t know how the Kardashians do it and make a ton of money from it. 

One or the other of them is forever popping up in the news. I’m not sure why they’re in the news as I try to quickly avert my eyes lest the stupid takes hold, but I still notice their infestation on this or that news outlet.  

Come to think of it, I’m not sure why any celebrity makes the news. My main interest in celebrities is as it relates to entertainment products they may be involved with (movie or music or writing) and I could care less about their opinion since — by definition — they don’t live in the real world. Also, pretty much anything they say and do is strictly for the purpose of publicity, so I can’t even be sure that what they say is what they think . . . when they can manage to think at all. 

Still, many people — typically and notably lacking the ability for autonomous thought — seem to pay heed to them.

. . . and people wonder how we got into such a mess . . .

And now, the photo:

Project 313 104

I happen to peruse a shop of imported decorative pieces. Snapped a few photos I did. The above is one of them.

I prefer making my own wall decoration. Usually, in the form of altered and/or processed photos appropriately framed and presented.

That’s because I claim no talent in the arts.

. . . I should try to be more of an optimist when looking at art . . . 

Say, remember the layered Amoeba With Measles? Well, here’s the Layered Amoeba With Measles Almost Cured.

Layered Amoeba With Measles Almost Cured

 

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.

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Odd guy with odd views living an odd life during odd times.
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10 Responses to Project 313 – Post No. 104

  1. renxkyoko says:

    I guess the life a celebrity is presenting to the public is mere illusion… look what happened to Anthony Bourdain… that’s hardcore.

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    • disperser says:

      It’s not just celebrities. As far as I can tell, the world — with very few exceptions — breaks down into roughly two camps . . . them who present a public facade of happiness and them who complain beyond the reality of their situation.

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  2. I agree on the celebrity stuff. Some people who gets some “fame”…even locally in their school, or city, or office, or in the whole world…suddenly think we want to know their every thought, see their every move, clamor for their every opinion, reign praise on them, etc. UGH!
    I just want celebrities to entertain me…not give me orders or tell me how to think, live, act, dress, vote, etc. :-/ GRR!

    PHOTO: Beautiful, powerful carving!
    CARTOON: HA! As an optimist, I love this!
    DOODLE: OH! So glad to see the layered amoeba is getting well! Great use of bright colors and pink measle-y dots!

    HUGS!!! :-)

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  3. seekraz says:

    There is certainly something “intracellular” going on with your doodle….

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  4. paolsoren says:

    I love the cartoon.

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