Surprise! – An early Sunday Blues Buster!: Plato+Chair+Frogs=Zero Blues

 

Dear readers:

due to the events approaching this weekend – such as an Irish Fest where you can spy girls in curly red wigs and ghillies, huge wolfhounds, and lots of Irish beer – I am posting an early blues buster!

 

Though I doubt many of you need blues busting today, as it is FRIDAY!

 

But just in case you dread the long weekend, or you’re already feeling a little pale blue, join me for this blues buster, in which I will introduce a set of contemplative photos.  I call this lovely gallery:

 

The Chair

 

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I’m sure these photos have deep meaning… unfortunately, I don’t know what it is. But I thought you guys would enjoy them!

My coworkers Kafka and Conrad wanted to help me with busting blues this weekend – so they have contributed their own special piece.  They informed me that when they are blue – figuratively, of course, as their amphibious epidermis remains quite pale no matter their state of mind – nothing lifts their spirits so much as a cup of tea and a reading of Plato’s Republic, and they intended to reproduce here that great work in its whole so that readers could enjoy it for themselves.

 

I convinced them the reader’s spirits would be sufficiently uplifted with a choice morsel of Plato’s magnum opus.

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“There is in every one of us, even those who seem to be most moderate, a type of desire…”

 

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“… that is terrible, wild, and lawless.”

 

-Quote provided by Plato, Kafka and Conrad’s fellow philosopher, and while not a frog, still a very good philosopher.

 

I hope you enjoyed this Sunday Blues Buster! Love you guys!


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