Project 313 – Post No. 312

The penultimate post . . . a touch of relief and a touch of sadness . . . and a link to THIS post. 

Make of it what you will.

And now, the photo:

Project 313 312

If you’re having a problem figuring out what that is, step back a few paces and it should become clear . . . 

What I like about Martin’s humor is that it often pushes the reader to higher modes of thinking . . . as is the case with this offering.

It’s rare that I feel for the guy . . . but, in this case, big time empathy. 

Continuing with my last doodle . . . The End Is Near — Cartoonified.

The End Is Near — Cartoonified

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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10 Responses to Project 313 – Post No. 312

  1. No, I can’t see what it is but then I could never find the picture in those hidden pictures from some time ago that you had to stare at for hours and hours until your eyes went out of focus or something. It was about that time that I had to start wearing eye glasses!


  2. colonialist says:

    Something strangely disturbing about the near end picture, and I don’t mean the title.
    The poor guy, indeed. He really F-ed up.


  3. AnnMarie says:

    Thanks for the answer to the photo riddle . . . as for the subject, you processed it abstractedly well!

    I wouldn’t want to be in Willy’s shoes now . . .

    “The End is Near” is elegantly simple.


    • disperser says:

      That’s a fire hydrant that appeared once before on the blog . . . it’s from an area near True Vista that at the time was not developed. Come to think of it, it may be one like it from the same area.

      Anyway, fire hydrant.


  4. #312!!! OH!!!

    PHOTO: It took me a minute or two even with you giving it away in comment! Ha! I wish all fire hydrants looked like that!
    CARTOON: Oh, poor Willy!
    DOODLE: Cartoonified beauty!
    Alas, I am going to miss your daily doodle. :-(
    HUGS!!! :-)


    • disperser says:

      It is significantly rendered. Since I created it, it’s difficult for me to see anything but a fire hydrant.

      And yes, poor Willy. But, it also reminds me of all the times I tried to be helpful and end up paying a price for it.

      One glaring example is when you let someone go ahead of you (walking, in a car, at a store, and so on) and then it turns out they’re operating in slow-time or don’t know where they are going and drive at half the posted speed or – despite having only one item – when they get to the checkout – it turns out they have a special order requiring two managers and they’re paying with dimes and it requires three different counts for the clerk and customer to agree on a count.

      Of course, that’s life . . . one would often make a different decision if one know the consequences.

      As for the doodle . . . Not daily doodles but perhaps better doodles even if less often.

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      • As for the glaring example…Been there, experienced that! Ha! I always tell the person who gets in line after I get in a line, “You might not want this line…without meaning to, I always seem to chose the line that then moves the slowest, or has the most problems, etc.!” :-)

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