Warped

20 Jan

If anyone bangs on about intelligent design being the way of the world just ask how the apex of the alleged Deity’s plans, the most intelligent species on the planet can be brought low by something 80-120 nanometers in size. And what part that horrid little virion plays in any vast eternal plan? But that’s enough theodicy for now. So in case you haven’t guessed I’ve had and still have to some extent a version of influenza: could be the deadly Australian or the ever-so-polite Japanese or the entente filled French well whatever it was it was an absolute bugger. The past week has been one long semi-concious blur spent under a duvet surviving on soup, tea and easy-peel satsumas oh and regular doses of Paracetamol. Grrrrrr.
Today’s picture is a reflection I caught at Cottingham station. If, like me, you see a sort of face in this image it’s not a sign of warped mentality but of a “well wired brain” according to the Daily Mail. Pareidolia is, it appears, a good thing though I fail to see its place in intelligent design. If you don’t see a face, of course, it means you have an even better wired brain, however if you regularly read and take the Daily Mail seriously I can’t comment on your wiring …
Anyhow back to the duvet and a cup of life saving tea …
The Weekend Reflections are here.
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2 Responses to “Warped”

  1. William Kendall January 20, 2018 at 7:12 pm #

    I like the warped sensibility. Hopefully the tea helps things along.

  2. fairyflan January 20, 2018 at 11:36 pm #

    I hope the tea saved you!

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