quiet. and here's what i'm learning from it: - there is an enormous amount of furry art on the internet. either that or it receives precedence on search engines due to heavy link backslapping. it's paying its toll on my psyche and i'm suspicious of all of my friends, loved ones. do they have a secret animal persona? i'll be talking to someone and my brain does surprisingly textured real-time transformations of them into rodents, panthers, even shrimp. i literally have to slap myself. i am not a furry! maybe a crustacy, but not a furry! i need a shell on that hot animal love! - yes there are plenty of overtly funny things to see on the interweb. like this. but it is truly thrilling to find the subtle and the timeless. well, yeah, the clown's timeless, too, I guess. - the goal is not to be funny. i think there is a lot to lol over, but it seems more worthwhile to juxtapose a number of reactions against each other. yet, keep a certain theme within a 24hr block. what blows my mind is that each of these images is backed up by a human who took the time to draw the picture, make the puppets, glue the cereal, effect the shot, and put it on the web. let that represent! of course, in their original context, some of these make sense but-- take them out of their cozy environment-- toss them in the troff where all things are equal-- it starts to feel like an oceanic view, built from these individual servings of sight. - love the vintage.