Blogagaard Shuts Up For Once, Creates White Space For Deep Thinking












12 comments:

mikey said...

I walked down to the St. Louis Arch tonight. It was amazing how many things had been scratched into the stainless steel by folks. It makes me wonder. Was it to prove that they weren't specks in the universe? If their name could somehow last as part of an American icon, that they would somehow gain immortality for all time?

Blogagaard said...

I once read story about a guy who worked at the St. Louis Arch as a night guard and when everyone was gone, he'd put on infrared goggles and parachute jump off the top of the arch. College kids started showing up and watching the arch with binoculars. He became legend.

Clurg said...

I ate spaghetti under the arch once.

Silver Dollar City in Branson had corndogs and lemon-ice.

Atlanta has some excellent Korean dining.

I miss the Magic House in St. Louis.

Brady said...

I once walked through the bowling hall of fame next to Busch Stadium.

Herbach said...

I have never felt so relaxed, Blogagaard. I am so peaceful.

Blogagaard said...

I think emptiness is very important. Americans are always so busy trying to fill themselves, be it with food or multimedia or sex. The worst thing a person can say about their life is that it's 'empty'. Why? Because it's 'boring' to be empty?

Let us all have a conversation with the quiet universe.

Something dirty said...

Yeah. I liked it at first. Now I'm getting nervous. Still like it, the empty.

Anonymous said...

David. Hello from Cabo. You know how I feel about the quiet time and too busy American freaks. Bravo on an excellent post. I get you.



That was me, enjoying the silence. And I grew up in St. Louis. I have been up in the arch and enjoyed the Magic House. Who wouldnt like a photo button with a picture of themselves with their hair standing on end? Anyway, the wonders of Cabo await. Hello to all my blogger pals.

ikey said...

No offense to St. Louis (good steak and some good beer tonight) but I kinda wish my conference was in Cabo instead...

mikey said...

Ehh, that should say 'mikey' not 'ikey'





Mmmmm. Deep thoughts.

Clurg said...

I'm as blank as a fart.

Blogagaard said...

Clurg, the clapping of wind can be as powerful as a tsnumais.

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