the Distance of Inevitability...
- Aaron Tetzlaff :
- ...the Landscapes of the past, future, and present will always converge upon a far-off singularly focused point...
- Holly's Response:
- ...then VANISH!
- Devin's Response:
- Oooo that's deep. I mean far. No, I mean deep. I mean that's really out there. No, out there would be three point perspective. Your reference was to one point, but for exteriors shouldn't you use two point? Oh heck, what's the point again?
“…stop talking about Main Street. Americans don’t shop on Main street anymore (not my choice). Unless all the stores at the regional Mall move to Main street, there isn’t going to be a Main Street for rural Indianna any more…so STOP using that language to try and get re-elected. ARGH! Socio-political Urban Planning LIES!!!” —Aaron Stoddard-Tetzläff on political rhetoric…