It’s a Youtube orthodoxy,
Works Cited on an unreachable Google Cloud, but we believe because we see,
believe because we hear. And
we build belief upon belief from these credible creeds
from the Youtube guides,
picking and choosing from opposing voices what feels right—
until it doesn’t . . . and
we move on to the next. And it’s about food and theology and vaccinations and and evil Monsanto; and it’s about vegan, vegetarian, Paleo, and good fat, bad fat, no fat. And it’s about strange fire, no fire, and flames of fire, and and on and on the crossing threads go, and
this Youtube orthodoxy spins out to the stratosphere to planets beyond; and
there is so much busy and fritzing, traveling info, ya know, that any alien tapping in will think he has found the mind of a
Very creative! I had to read it several times!
Ha ha ha
Don’t use Youtube myself but enjoyed your take on it.
There is a ton of info on there, but I do drive myself a bit nuts, particularly with health and diet viewings. 🙂
Blahahaha! And that’s exactly how my mind is working these days. I pity the poor aliens tuning in. 🙂 P.S. Lovely self portrait.
Can you imagine what it would sound like–all our constant babbling.
It’s taken over for sure. 😦 I used to do a search for a how-to and find nice written descriptions with photos to boot and I was good. Now everything is moving over to video. Because we do not want to use the computer as a television, we do not have Flash (You know about those super cookies, right?), nor sound on the computer. Minus these things, video is impossible. I get headaches enough from the few times we happen across a television in stores. Yikes! all that fast moving mumbo jumbo.
It is a great resource. I have found so many educational items to supplement my classes. But I mostly drive myself nuts with health clips.
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