Nature is not natural and can never be naturalized — Graham Harman

Monday, March 26, 2012

The Choice

So it comes down to a choice between three perfect examples of their kind, quite quite different:

There is a perfect apple.

There is a perfect orange. (As specified yesterday).

And now, as of today:

There is a perfect pineapple.

So the question is, should I buy the apple, the orange or the pineapple?

I'm talking about houses here. I'm also talking about mind projection in the after-death state. Can you tell?!


5 comments:

bl said...

Fruits are highly portable, whereas trees are portable only with difficulty. So you are choosing between fruit trees really.

What I am saying is location location location.

bl said...

Fruits are highly portable, whereas trees are portable only with difficulty. So you are choosing between fruit trees really.

What I am saying is location location location.

Jimmy Holohan said...

Undecidapples. Good luck with the choice man.

bob said...

Which fruit is the most human?

Christopher Schaberg said...

I second the above comment, with a twist: location in relation to work.

(Or, perhaps familiarly: dislocation, dislocation, dislocation.)

Walk to work, work to walk!