Wednesday, September 16, 2015


And on this late hour, I must urge for the preservation of priceless art treasures.  Because how can we learn from the past if we constantly destroy the past.  And how can we revere the heroes of the past if we destroy all traces of the heroes of the past.  If you're a civilization with only present day and vague promises of a better future and no past, then it's a really sad state of existence.  Because the present is only around for a few seconds before becoming the past.  And if all traces of the past must be destroyed, then the destroyer of the past too will be erased from existence from a brand new band of priceless art treasures.  Then nobody will remember the arrogance and the ego anymore.  Heed not the declaration of those who destroy priceless art treasures because they too will be erased by their own kind when they too end up becoming the dusty forgotten relics of the past.  And a museum with no priceless art on display is a very sad building to be spending time in.
And as I'm lost in thought while it's late at night, here are some photos of Cindy Crawford.

 Cindy Crawford and Sam Jones

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