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Deep Dark Secrets—What Does This Inkblot Mean To You?

inkblot-turtleLet’s leave behind Asteroids for a bit and explore the recesses of our brain. What do you see in this ink blot?





23 thoughts on “Deep Dark Secrets—What Does This Inkblot Mean To You?

  1. amiannLon Spector

    Wonder what Casey Anthony would see.
    Was she REALLY normal, or just plain evil? I think she was “contempary,”
    which is just one reason among many others why I believe the days of this
    country are numbered!

  2. amiannLon Spector

    Casey Anthony and Jodi Arias. Two modern women with “boys” names.
    (Another murderer was named Jordon Gramm, who pushed her newlywed
    husband off a cliff.)
    Girls behaving like boys. And boys behaving like girls. That’s what this
    country is like today, and why women are sitting on a lot of anger.
    You should listen to a song from the play “West Side Story,” “Gee Officer Krupkie.”
    That was 57 years ago. The more things change, the more they stay the same!

  3. amiannLon Spector

    The only thing that history teaches us is that people learn nothing
    from history!
    Did you see the 2009 Broadway revival of West Side Story recorded on
    U-Tube? There were changes from the 1962 movie. They tried to spruce
    it up a bit.
    My mother took me to Broadway to see the original play when it came out.
    It must have been in the early 1960’s. I scarsely remember the experience.
    I retain only snippets of the memory.
    If you did see the play, what do you think of how the song “There’s A Place For
    Us,” differs between the play and the movie?
    In the play, a young child sings the song, and the cast members join hands.
    In the movie, Tony and Maria sing the song to each other.
    I think the film version was better. They refined the rough spots and trimmed
    the film down. It won every award in sight.

    1. amiannamiann Post author

      I love the film version with Tony and Maria. I can’t remember if I saw the play. I am sure I did but I know the movie better because I listen to the songs on U Tube

  4. amiannLon Spector

    Broadway is wonderful if they get it right.
    So much great music originates there, like “The King And I.”
    When I went to high school there were those segment of kids that wanted
    to be “stars.” A person has to REALLY want it and be thick skinned. For
    every one who really makes it, there have to be 1000’s of failures.
    You have to have the right combination of charisma, the proper connenctions
    (You might have to use the “casting couch”) and LUCK.
    Of all the kids I knew in High School, only one kid made it to the movies.
    It was a stupid 3rd rate movie funded by Mad Magazine called “Up The
    Academy.” He was playing a complete jerk, and I think he used me, to
    pattern his portrayal. I behaved like that in school, and he knew me.
    That was his first AND LAST movie role!

  5. amiannLon Spector

    There’s a lot of love and adulation if you make it “big.”
    But that love and adulation can turn on a dime. The people think they
    “made” you, so they can “break” you!

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