Wednesday, November 21, 2007

World Television Day

Perhaps it should be World iPod, iPhone, iTouch or Blue Ray Day. Television has sure changed since I asked my dad if I could buy a pair of "Beatles" boots and grow my hair out to actually touch my collar...Oh My!!! Perhaps the Networks would be interested in this Ole' Wordsmith since tomorrow will be "There is No More Television without Writers Day"! The picture is Sir Hook in the IMAX bathroom preparing for battle with Beowulf in 3D. I like the glasses, since I'll be wearing these in a few years after cataract surgery. Awesome movie, effects, story! The story rings so timeless about how truly bazaar human nature actually is. Which brings me to quotes for today that relate to this rambling of words:
Claim My power. Use it. If not, I withdraw it. Use it ceaselessly. You cannot ask too much. Never think you are too busy. As long as you get back to Me and replenish after each task no work can be too much. My Joy I give you. Live in it. Bathe your Spirit in it. Reflect it.
--Two Listeners
Only the wisest and stupidest of men never change.-Confucius
The force of character is cumulative.-Emerson
So get off your asses, put on your glasses and raise your sword for beautiful lasses and go see Beowulf and slay your demons, lusts, whatever it is that keeps you stupid.
Cheerio,
Sir Hook

1 comment:

Sir Bowie of Greenbriar said...

"You can't depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus."
-- Mark Twain

Vision has been described as the art of seeing things invisible. So, grab your Moleskine, a beverage if you want, write your invisible vision, and be merry!

And speaking of Beatles and vision:

"And in the end the love you take is equal to the love you make."

Sir Bowie of Greenbriar