Wednesday, May 4, 2011

May 4



Oh, please, no dogs.....
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13 comments:

Laura -Ali's mom :-) said...

Good one....:-)

Now how do I post a photo on here..?

Goat said...

You can't. You'll have to do it on FB.
:/

Pig Woman said...

I don't get it.

Goat said...

You cannot post a picture in the comments on my blog. If she wants to play she has to do it on FB like she did for Na Po Mo.

Pig Woman said...

The poem, Seesta, the poem. I don't get the poem. Hahahahaha

Goat said...

OHHHH. It's a comment on what we decide is appropriate. Our criteria for allowing or disallowing are often contradictory. Laughable. HAHA another funny poem.

Pig Woman said...

Ahhhhh, yes........ well.... no, I still don't get it.

Hahaha I can't be the only one out there can I? Rocks. Dogs? 747s?

Goat said...

The rock is with all the other rocks. It Looks different. Oh , please, no dogs... is like saying NO quirky white rocks, just homogeneous grey ones. Those rocks are in but those over there--out. Cats yes, dogs no. Kids yes, dogs no. Really it is not worth all this explanation. Probably should have saved the thought for a date later in the month....

I was going for more than mere labels for the photos, more like something the relationships in the photo illicit...

Is this better? 4 words: Love is not blind.

Too obtuse? This one means will all the rocks on the beach I loved this one--eyes wide open.

Pig Woman said...

Yes. Better. But I would not have gotten that one without explanation either.

But I am really finding it hard to believe everyone else was getting the first one. In fact I am still kinda foggy on it. Does it mean the grey stones are calling the blond stone a dog????

Goat said...

Nope.

The viewer is hearing someone say no dogs and thinking but these are ALL dogs. Or rocks as the case may be.

Can we move on now? PUL LEEEEZE!

Craig and Bethany said...

I thought it was about how people turn their noses up at things they just because they are not homogenous with the flow of what they expect. Then they miss something great, like an awesome squiggle rock in a sea of gray.

Dana said...

I thought it symbolized a dog turd on the groomed landscape. I'm not kidding.

Craig and Bethany said...

hahahahahHAHA!!! I always knew you were a poet at heart, Dad.