This blog post title wordplays on the famous old phrase, an apple a day keeps the doctor away. While I have a couple of more serious themes to write about, I wonder if it’s worth it in the current media age, with less the better: less research, less truth, less content, less depth, less gravity and less morality.
This is largely a parody comedy blog post, with a message of how conspiracy theories can be seen everywhere, rather than Apple is in a conspiracy with me… I’m certainly not a-were (sic) of it anyway!
I’m not saying there are no conspiracies, just that not everything is one… but mostly I’m just having fun!
Apologies for an Unexpected Poetic Interlude
(this headline, which appears before the poem spacewise, but was included afterwards, timewise, was perhaps inspired by unconscious Monty Python memories, or Spike Milligan; I was reminded of the latter by a couple of Best Of specials after the recent Philippa Perry surrealism documentary, from his series between 1969 and 1982, which was prime inspirational time for me, born in 1965).
I usually find some greenYgrey-relevant news perusing the MSN news headlines, as I did with this today, and I think it’s worthwhile…
in a fun parody comedy way,
which is one side of the greenYgrey,
the 1 to display,
Life of Pi 2: in Person, in Public,
if I can’t shine like the sun
I’ll aim for its moon reflection anyway
squeezing every last drop
from this morning’s coffilosophy crop.
gYgPOPer Photo Bombs Apple Presentation
This photo in a story about Apple Live Photos has so much greenYgrey/PinkyOrangePurple relevance I don’t know were (sic) to begin! The photo contains a classic old-fashioned greenygrey scene, while the yellow circles icon looks like a technological representation of the sun, and LIVE could be a gYgPOP slogan.
Then the person below the waterfall in the image is doing what I called the boomerang during the writing of Werewolf of Oz. When a person is doing it their whole body looks like a Y, which also grew in relevance during the WoO writing (I have since seen a documentary about mid-twentieth-century New York protests where demonstrators used a similar arms expression symbol as a V for Victory).
The person in the photo is probably wearing red, and it would be stretching it a bit far, like his arms, to claim they were pinky or purple. Their hair does look orange though. Then the stage décor looks old-fashioned greenygrey, with a preponderousness of grey, and some green lines.
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