Friday, November 04, 2005

Conundrumitis

A splash of color downtown I came across yesterday.

People living in the city bemoan the lack of nature while country folks lament the dearth of convenient services.

If you have low self esteem, that's bad, but if you have high self esteem, you're likely to be termed arrogant and egotistical.

If you're open minded you could be seen as wishy-washy, but if you have strong convictions, you must be closed minded.

We love life and hate death. But one cannot exist without the other.

Big bodies - bad. Large genitalia - good.

In our society we prize independence and individuality and then we turn around and denigrate those who are different.

We expect our governments to be efficient and together when dealing with crises like Katrina, but have you ever visited the motor vehicle department?

Everybody loves Friday, but people don't say much about loving Sunday.

7 comments:

r said...

Some people just need to find fault.

Saturday mornings are my favorite, btw.

Lee said...

> Large genitalia - good.

Except on a laydee. Goodness, the last thing you want is if you stray from this path of goodness and sodomy is to be presented with a lady-part the size and appearance of a ripped-out fireplace.

Spider said...

"You can't please everyone, so you got to please yourself..." I have always enjoyed Sunday nights...

Anonymous said...

Wonderful. Good point about the DMV!

dantallion said...

Big bodies - bad. Large genitalia - good.

Depends on how you define Big Bodies. Big as in muscular can be fun...

As for Genetalia, I hate that word. It sounds too much like some kind of STD, which sort of makes it a major turn off in my mind...

Anonymous said...

Hey Lee,

Let's not start putting down female genitalia or you will open up a subject it seems that you don't know a "hole" lot about. I've been pretty friendly in my comments but when I read one like that my big mouth opens and I want to bite your "head" off! You may also not know that most people enjoy sodomy today regardless of their sexual orientation.

epicurist said...

Gorgeous pic...I think I know where that is. I think part of it, stems from peoples needs to compartmentalise and squeeze people into preconceived molds that they are familiar with. Great post!