Free Flyin’

Wake the kiddies if they’re napping, and gather ’round, because uncle Angry Tablecloth is back with a new post!

Know who you are and you will know where you are going, unless you are going somewhere unknown to discover who you are, which will remain unknown until it is otherwise.  Reach your full potential by maintaining optimal levels.  Peak conditions arise on mountain peaks.  There lives a goat on the peak who will whisper the secrets of the universe into your ear, completing your journey.  When you have achieved self actualization, you can kick back and relax, or go for a swim, or try hang gliding.  Relish in the miracle of this life as you see fit, as long as it fits into one of those three categories.  Do not try mixing the categories, and whatever you do, do not speak of the fourth option, ever!  Respect the laws of the quadruple quadrant, and have fun.

It is important to have fun sometimes.  It is important not to have fun sometimes.  Sometimes the unimportant becomes important, because it is important that it does so, which makes nothing unimportant except when it is.  What is important is that you do not tamper with the fourth option!  It can disrupt weather patterns, and planetary alignments.

It is important to learn about science and religion, so you can know which side you are on.  Evolution is not God’s way, because a man at one time once said it was not.  Most arguments are about whether Jesus was resurrected wearing a Jets jersey, or a Bills cap, in which the outcome is determined by an arm wrestling contest to the death.  God v. Science is a heavyweight match-up for the ages!  The middleweight co-main event will feature Philosophy against Psychology.

It is important to relax when it is not unimportant.  I try to relax when I am not unable to do so, because it is hard to do things that cannot be done.  It’s all gravity.  The second of the quadruple quadrants is divided by the strong force, the weak force, electromagnetism, and gravity.  Mess around with electronic magnets all that you want, but do not screw with gravity.  Gravity is a law to be obeyed.

Cloning another’s creation is not inherently wrong, but do give it some different clothes, or a new vase.  If there is no shame in the act, you may want to ask the originator for fashion tips, and propose a consulting fee.  Adding a unique flower could be the only touch needed, but a brand new shape and design will draw more attention, for better or worse.  It is important to solidly define your creation whether it takes the form of a gas, liquid, solid, or plasma.  An object should be clearly represented even if vagueness is the main characteristic.  And do not screw with Bose-Einstein condensates, or the abomination of the quadruple quadrant formation as they are often referred to.

A fairy appeared before me, and said, “Do not write what you think about.  Think about what you write,” to which I replied, “You’re gay looking.”

Aim to please what you shoot to kill.

Do not imagine anything beyond the three primary colours that comprise the final quadrant.  Even an attempt to imagine the fourth colour can allow it to expand, and take over everything.

Limit your borders, and fly freely, my friends.  Until next time.


2 thoughts on “Free Flyin’

  1. Dear friend, Thank you very much, I was really happy to have been following your blog. I’m still a lot to figure out, and here I can only say that you are an awesome blogger, full Inspiring and hope you can inspire more readers. Thanks and greetings compassion from Gede Prama 🙂

    • And thank you very much in return. I never know how people are going to react to what I share, and how I share it, and so I do not worry about it, but it fills my heart with joy to know my intentions are realized by good folks such as yourself. Thanks again.

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