Not only is it hilariously absurd, but potentially therapeutic as well.
Wow - just wow is all I can say about this 1939 Colt Handgun ad.
Ronald Kurniawan via Cgunit. Please note the title is something along the lines of "College Loan" - can't confirm because I find most artist sites annoyingly Flash, Adobe and/or whatever other crap that freaks me out a bit.
While I have more finds, I'm feeling really fatigued, scattered and cold at the moment.
Flowing Heat AKA Heat Flowing, etc. reminded me of how Derrida enthusiasts ruined Romanticism for me. Skylark is actually a very nice poem unless it has been deconstructed in so many circuitous ways you want to vomit. So I preferred sticking with those boring poets like Keats and T.S. Eliot that Berkeley couldn’t be bothered with.
Thou shalt remain, in midst of other woe
Than ours, a friend to man, to whom thou sayst,
"Beauty is truth, truth beauty," -that is all
Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.
The early history of the work is obscure. It is listed in a catalogue of the library at Nonsuch Palace made in 1596 as "a song of fortie partes, made by Mr. Tallys." The earliest surviving manuscripts are those prepared in 1610 for the investiture of Henry Frederick, the son of James I, as Prince of Wales.