What's on your Brain.

Objectivity affects what force, before Subjectivity is manifest?



IF YOU PARTICIPATE IN SOCIAL NETWORK, TWEET / LIKE (etc.) BUTTONS, please do not simply “page-down” through the various articles, then stop and read one, and click a button there. Though I appreciate the participation, I ask you…

Instead, please click the title; the header; the name of the artcle; the text which is bold, at the top of each entry, then proceed with reading the body, specific to the title so the social network buttons point to what you want (otherwise, only the root web site itself is in focus).
Only from within each individual article will the many mind-blowing, interactive features become visible, and operate as desired.

Directive: I want you to click the “Like” and “Tweet” buttons, PER TITLE, not per web site, as many do in error (although, done in good will).
Additional: The viewing experience is enhanced, as clicking an article title provides a list of “Related Items“.

WHY SO Important?

The Social Network (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Reddit, Delicious, etc.): the Name of the Game.


Right you are to care so little about it, but I beg you follow this one little plea:
Click the title, first, then when on the singular, article-page, read and click social network buttons from the Article view. This ensures any Tweet / Like actions will point to the appropriate article per your wish. Many thanks for your cooperation!

Before we begin, please allow me the pleasure to introduce you to what I regard as “a means of passing the time”. Here, I’ve juxtaposed two diametrically dissimilar cultural artifacts. Unlike the other, each may be, there exists a commonality. Observe:

“Someday, Monkey won’t play piano songs…” (as dictated by “Jude” [e.g. Hey, Jude!] to PPG’s primary arch-villain, ‘Mojo JoJo’, the mutant “monkey”) {*1}

“…Sont des mots qui vont très bien ensemble,
très bien ensemble…”

  1. The PowerPuff Girls, ‘Meet the Beat Alls’ (S3.Ep#13.2/Ep#26)
  2. The Beatles, ‘Michele’