I’m no genius, so when things heated up over all the drama – I went looking for knowledge.
Drama is the specific mode of fiction represented in performance. It is derived from a Greek word meaning “action” (Classical Greek), derived from “to do” (Classical Greek).
Does this mean all those involved in drama are leading lives of fiction or passing off a fictional performance as real life?
Forest’s mama always said, “Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.”
Danny DeVito wanted to throw mama from the train. My mama often told me, “If you don’t have anything nice to say, keep your mouth shut.” I often ignore that advice, but I haven’t tossed her from the train. I haven’t read Bloodhound Blog since the big Weenie Roast. I don’t feel like I’m missing much (Brian, for one, will disagree) except all the drama.
Llamas who are well-socialized and trained to halter and lead after weaning are very friendly and pleasant to be around. They are extremely curious and most will approach people easily. However, llamas who are bottle-fed or over-socialized and over-handled as youngsters will become extremely difficult to handle when mature, when they will begin to treat humans as they treat each other, which is characterized by bouts of spitting, kicking and neck wrestling. Anyone having to bottle-feed a cria should keep contact to a minimum and stop as soon as possible. (Wikipedia)
Could all this drama have its roots in childhood and bottle-feeding?
Perhaps what’s needed is a Lama above all the drama.
Proving once again, the truth of my first three words.
December 23, 2007 at 11:05 am
we can learn much from llamas
December 23, 2007 at 3:11 pm
Todd – It took me a year to get that song out of my head last time. Thanks.