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Originally posted on Wednesday, February 20, 2008 at 4:00 PM on Tribe, then reposted to Xanga on Friday, November 21, 2008 at 1:06 am, slightly reformatted.
Note: Readers might note that I'm having them on, at least a little. Note the level of symmetry in a highly nonhomogenized field on view, in which the actual patches of color are sizable and not insanely numerous. What are the odds that, by the pure chance that I was pretending to rely on, that in all colors appearing on the screen, the patches would appear in so close to a symmerical manner, as one sees them to be doing when one cuts each picture both along the horizontal and vertical? No, that's not an accident.
But is this art?