Sunday, October 21, 2007

Late Night Listening: Installment XIII

The quest for certainty has produced a fascination with reducing everything to its basic components; everything must have an answer. Only the poets are unafraid of ambiguity.

-- the character of Cassandra, taken from Friedman's Fables by Edwin H. Friedman, pp. 104 - 105.

In an unusual break from the overanalytic tenor of this space, tonight's selection is delegated to the poets. Submitted, without further commentary: "Somewhere Down the Crazy River" by Robbie Robertson (Link goes to video; Poster did not allow page embedding).
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