Thursday December 8th 2011 Tim
Wittgenstein, who because
of his flip-flopping into the ennui of the "unutterable" is much
maligned by the indentured, had in his repertoire the call "A picture is
a fact." Which is a long way from an idea of logic in language,
and I would argue in a completely opposite direction to any sort of
mathematical charm. So it is no wonder the defining of words is
the work of sentences.
"If a lion could talk, we'd not
understand him." A little too long for a bumper sticker, more likely an
evening serenade from high in the Ornamentals. And there is always that
picture of a lion that suggests he might think me his supper.
Interesting to find "The Biggest Loser" on the television is more popular
with those to my right, and "Weeds" on the television is more popular with
those to my left.