The prize to a reader who might make the following three “insights” coalesce, Errant-style.  Good luck!

1. In the very real pleasure found in wearing good socks is a lesson

2. Our “worlding” selves are “post-conscious”

3. Occupy Wall Street is functionally useful to the Masters

 

 

 

 

Douglas Storm is a host and producer for Interchange on Bloomington, Indiana's community radio station WFHB. "Why then do you try to 'enlarge' your mind? Subtilize it..."

One Response to “Contest! A Trinity of Errancies to Parody” Subscribe

  1. Sarah November 17, 2011 at 1:41 pm #

    Warm feet require conscious effort, but with warm feet we are better able to be thoughtful, and so inspired to stand up, walk out and Occupy Wall Street. (This comment sponsored by Haines – get 3 packs of cotton crew socks for 20% with your Occupy Wall Street wrist bracelet at any Walmart nationwide.)

    (Sorry, that’s the best I could to today…)

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