January 23, 2002
It is trial by quest to sit before the screen and compose when inspiration is not there. Taking the redundant routes that have been reinterpreted or perceived in a plethora of designs and designations hardly taps to the magma where sits the mother lode. Hiding the labor behind posing as a gloater that intoxicates oneself off the beauty of inspiration is a fool's game for winning grandeur. But grandeur is not the universal prize not the only prize when print power exceeds that of the scribe and nearly equal to the will of the scribe. Print power starts the quest.