Monday, December 2, 2013
































24 comments:

Thersites said...

The mist and the light... works. :)

Jen Nifer said...

It feels dreamy to me. :-)

Thersites said...

Oneiric, nicrap?

;)

nicrap said...

Now all we need is for Jen to affirm that it is indeed a dream, and then we can have her commited. ;)

Thersites said...

Ouch!

Talk about your Disciplinary Societies... ;)

nicrap said...

:)

Jen Nifer said...

It's commitTed, nicrap. ;-)

Thersites said...

Don't awaken the dreamer to his errors, jen... ;)

Duckys here said...

Channeling Pollack in that top photo, Jen.

nicrap said...

Thanks, Fj. It wasn't a typo. I actually didn't know there was a second "t". :(

Jen Nifer said...

Thanks, Duck. The tangled branches appealed to me.

nicrap said...

Wouldn't my word be enough? As a gentleman. ;)

Jen Nifer said...

Great. That will play in my head all. Day. Long. :-l

Gentlemangentlemangentleman!

Speedy G said...

Funny. Not what I expected... but similar! ;)

nicrap said...

An earworm, just the thing the doctor ordered for you. :p

nicrap said...

All the gentlemen moved to east, it seems. ;)

Speedy G said...

What I find intriguing is the allusion to "foreign" (the hat and gun in your video... interspersed with "English" phrases) in the concept of a "gentleman".

Sappho, we barely knew ye. ;)

Perhaps a male's "critical distance"... :P

Speedy G said...

...even in "kynically" making fun of it.

nicrap said...

Actually, one of the lines in the song says that the hero has just returned from London...

Funny, you should say "kynically". I was just checking this; i am told that it's better than Sloterdijk's book on the same subject which i am sure you know about.

Speedy G said...

Only through Zizek's interpretation and analyses.

I don't suppose there's an English version out there?

nicrap said...

I have been checking, i couldn't find one. :(

nicrap said...

Reading the comment section of a blog i came upon this gem: "Of course the process of learning is not for the lazy; it is for the leisurely." Really liked it. Thought should share with you. :)

Thersites said...

It's ALL about the digressions, that's for certain! ;)

Thanks for sharing.

nicrap said...

De nada :)