Disperser, Week Fifteen – Incogitable

by disperser

Were I to be imbued with a ginormous ego, I might start the next paragraph with “Many have noticed I have been not very active in the blog”.  Instead, I’ll go with this.

It’s been crazy busy, so my apologies for the lack of participation in recent posts. 

What?  . . . I’m Disperser. 

What? . . . yeah, I post here, and regularly interact. 

What? . . . Disperser; D as in . . . You know what?  Never mind.

Anyway, I did catch up with most posts, but there are a few I still have to read.  I will do so in the not-too-distant-future.

For my weekly contribution, I figure I should close out the story I started last week, The Guardians, before returning to the story of the struggle between angels and demons.

And here’s the thing . . . I have at least five ideas I want to explore after that, and that is not counting further exploration in the universe of The Blood.

Funny how you can go for months with few ideas, and then the place gets flooded with them.  I suppose that is a good thing.  We’ll see.

On a completely unrelated matter . . . the movie Local Hero.  Back in the day, when I first watched it, it made an impression on me for two reasons.

One, the idea/moral/message, or at least my interpretation of it, resonated with me.  I was running a business back then . . . life was complicated.  I eventually closed the business, but life remains complicated.  Different sorts of complications, but complication nonetheless. The message is still worth revisiting.

Two, the music.  I still listen to it, and of all the pieces in the score, this next one reaches deep inside, and stills the roiling.  This version is a very nice cover of Mark Knopfler’s Wild Theme.  I share it because . . . because perhaps someone else will get lost in it, and forget, for a moment, the world around them.

And now, The Guardians – Part II.  

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