Sometimes, when confronted by an amazing celestial event, you just have to laugh and cry and scream up at the sky, “WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?”
And, rather than waiting for an answer, you should probably capture it all on video and upload it to youtube:
One of the first rules someone ever imparted onto me, re: blogging, was one of the most honest and true: Don’t start blogging a bunch of shit that everyone else in the world is going to be posting cause the question then becomes… Seriously, who gives a shit?
I’m only adding this bit of web craziness and the new internet superstar, Paul “Yosemite Bear” Vasquez (who was sober… this time, the internet is proud to tell me) because it’s so ridiculous. And wonderful. And if I was the one filming this, I’d probably have all the same reactions. The “whoa”s and the “Oh my God”s and certainly the “WHAT DOES IT MEAN”s, yeah, that’d all be me. This guy deserves some kind of fucking award for… something.
An exception to the rule stated above: If you’re going to blog about something that everyone else is blogging about, then why not blog about two things that every other asshole is going to blog about? I say that because I’m also mentioning the double rainbow because I just watched the video again, but this time utilizing the audio from the newly leaked Panda Bear single, “Tomboy.” Play them together and when you do, much like “dark side of the rainbow,” this time Hurley and Vincent will appear in Jacob’s cabin under the double rainbow and they’ll give you an alternate explanation for what the numbers on Lost were.
Prepare yourself for the inevitable remix version utilizing Vasquez’ wistful and awkward rant over a nice beat. Either him, or the latest Mel Gibson rant, much like the previous remixes featuring Christian Bale and Alec Baldwin. I can’t wait. Though I’m still wondering what it all means. And while I’m waiting for the universe to reveal it’s secrets to me, I’m just going to look at pictures of Shakira playing with lion cubs. Fuck everything else.
–Edited by Commander Light to add (I will absolutely beat this joke into the ground for all its worth):