Damn, I had to look that up....Yew.
That's two expletives! Can I get three?I have my finger on the gnarl factor & I'm moving the bar up, or down, or whichever way means more.
Why do I suspect this new project will not have a Ken Burns feel to it.
Oh, I see Cathy is using similar expletives in the next post. You are stirring up the natives today.
The Ken Burns Effect - bleeh! "The only thing worse than history is sitting thru his version of it." Dan DuttonThe cordyceps fungus is an interesting metaphor for this project. The type I have in mind grows out of the larval grub of the staghorn beetle - the mycilia of the fungus invade the body of the grub underground and ossify it into something that resembles wood ~ then it sends a prongy fingery like growth up thru the forest mulch. (One type is called Dead Man's Fingers.) That's the spore producing part of the fungus.My first idea was to paint the cordyceps with flag patterns - confederate & union - a bit like the U.S.A. Trilogy! Anyways, what I'm trying to say is that in You'll Always Come Back I'm more like Cordyceps than Ken.
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