Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Ziggy wanders into El Beth-el, which has changed

Interpretation #1: Passing through an empty field one day, Ziggy is confronted by the god who has filled his life with so much surrealism and pain, who has torn the "For Sale" sign off of his lawn just to taunt him and now shows it to him before casting it into the sea, knowing that nobody will ever believe him, and he never talks to anybody else anyway.)

Interpretation #2: God is selling the entirety of the Heavens and the Earth. Presumably he's going to buy a nice cottage somewhere in omnidimensional space with the earnings and take a nice break from running the entirety of everything.

Supplementary Comment: If neither of these interpretations hold I want some of whatever Ziggy's on. It sounds nice.

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