That whole conversion from one state to another is quite cool. Water that evaporates and then forms clouds and then becomes too dense (like harry potter fans?), and then comes down again as water. It is kinda like a metamorphosis but the changes are not that gawk inducing.
Oh yeah, gawk. That is my new favourite word of the day. Gawk. Of course, this new found love may have something to do with the documentary I saw on the shutting down of Gawker and how it all has to do with corporate control of the media. Perhaps.
That documentary was a bit of an eye opener though, more so because you see that the same thing has been happening here as well. It is not only about controlling information, but also controlling the way the information is presented. You got to spin the news correctly, you got to keep the powers that be happy, you got to make sure you don’t step on anybody’s toes.
Which is where the internet comes in. And sort of takes a dump on things.
Of course, you could argue that even the internet is being controlled and how it is just a handful of companies that make sure you don’t see anything they don’t want you to, and all that. Which is true, but I am sure that if you dig deep enough you will find everything and anything that they don’t want you to see. Pretty damn sure.
The question worth asking though is, does anyone actually want to do that.
Okay, once again, where are you going with this Kro? I don’t know. Why you asking me. It is not like I would be able to answer that question. Oh, really? Then who would know? I don’t know.
And once again that vulture scene from Jungle King plays in my mind.
What do you wanna do? I don’t know. What do you wanna do?
Were they there in that shit storm that was the remake? That fucking movie was more disappointing than erectile dysfunction on a bangy bangy date.
Speaking of which.
There was this textbook that used to describe how camels were so well adapted to the desert. Like hooves which did not sink in the sand (or something like that), and eyelashes that would protect them in sandstorms (so pretty also they look), and all that kind of shit. And there was also this one picture showing how useful they were, and how they provided milk and meat. And then the meat drawing was this nice, juicy looking peace of yummy. With a a camel standing right there, smiling benignly.
I think this post is all about what could have been.