Sunday, February 24, 2008

meet the new boss, same as the old boss.

and why is it that the new boss is the same as the old boss?

several factors.




the latin temprament is parternalistic and inflamatory, tyrannical and self-loathing.

my definition of bull-fighting may shed light on this.

bullfighting; a game designed by bulls to gore angry little spaniards in the ass.

i have met many spaniards who are cultured, gentle, family-oriented men with a passion for life......yet the fact remains, dictatorship and tyranny is in their mother`s milk.

(shit, maybe it`s her fault.)


X. Dell said...

Why blame it on milk, when there could be something in the water?

dr.alistair said...

hmm. good point. i wAs merely surmising.

it`s not always women`s fault.

brad4d said...

thank you for spelling "their" right! I only had trouble with it after you criticized someone else's spelling, Spring-cleaning will expedite many sticking points this year. Flow is increased by explaining without blame, but I see (feel) how you might "think" it is implied. That is why my comment waited for improvement.

dr.alistair said...

flow. precisely.

unattachement is a constant process of work, especially in a materialistic society.

did i criticize someone`s spelling?

i`m not usually that pedantic.


it`s good to know that there are others out there looking to be in flow.

like bruce lee said, "be like the water....."