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Blind Spot

March 20, 2010

It took a rather large and powerful nudge to get her to try the other escalator. She insisted that she was on the right one but that something was wrong with it. It wasn’t her first time. She knew what to do. She was determined to do it.

Even as she stubbed her toes, scratched her arms and struggled for balance, it didn’t strike her to step back just a bit, and take a good look. And how could she? What with that huge escalator-sized blind spot inhibiting her.

Such is our vision.

Such is our perception.

Such is our understanding.

Such is our conviction.

Such are our plans.

Bah.

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One Comment leave one →
  1. March 20, 2010 12:29 PM

    Too Good. It’s a mild satire that speaks volumes without being preachy.

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