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Friday, 14 August 2009

Why





the seamonkey?

very philosophical question.







13 comments:

Ches said...

Po...is that Nero?

LadyFi said...

So, Does that bearded guy have the answer?

nemesis said...

are u pondering what I think you're pondering po?

po said...

Ches: that is Plato in fact.

Ladyfi: no, he is dead, but I guess his answer would be something along the lines of, the seamonkey is merely our interpretation of the form of the seamonkey, or the seamonkey is but a shadow on a cave wall....

nemesis: Must be! Now, what are you pndering?

Ches said...

Ok. Them ancient people all look the same.

Are you pondering gravity. Cause Plato, in fact, discovered it before Issac Newton...Newton just spoke better English.

Tamara said...

So do we get the answer at any stage?

po said...

Ches: I agree, them greeks and romans all look the same. Not pondering gravity, am pondering: "why the seamonkey".

Tamara: but that is why I am asking you! I got no answers

Ches said...

Did the sea come before the monkey, or the monkey before the sea?

Helen said...

Your depth astounds me. Really.

po said...

Ches: good question! I am going with the sea. But then I am not going for the bibilical explanation of life.

Helen: I am? I am! I am deep! And here I was thinking I was merely paddling pool material.

Paula said...

um... maybe diagrams are too higher grade for me. I thought that was Socrates; but Socrates has a friendlier face; Plato was too much of a supremecist simply because he studied under Socrates himself. Maybe thats why I got confused- you know; if people see two people around each other a lot they get confused between the two and they (the two) start to look the same.

huh.

po said...

Paula: hehe , it is all Greek to me! (corny, I know.)

SonnyVsDan said...

the answer is 42!

no. The real answer is "definitely, but only on Sundays"