Random post: [“Ask the Furher! I Can’t Tell You Anything Else!”]

Random picture, found searching the phrase in the title.

Source, a blog that has something to do with trying to stop a tram bipass being built… and Tescos – the UK food store. http://nomottrambypass.blogspot.com/2010_05_01_archive.html.

And the source of this randomness? I’m unable to really form a thought right now. I feel things but I can’t say anything. It’s one of those moments in life where you were just going about your business and a whole bunch of men in orange suits jumped out from behind a bush, slapped you, insulted you, and vanished. Yeah, it happens, in extended metaphors at least.

So, I am deeply, deeply confused. So I thought I’d share that by constructing a random blog.

Here’s how it’s done:

1. Pick a book you haven’t finished. In my case, “Leni Riefenstahl – A Memoir”

2. Flip to any page, eyes closed, put your finger on it. The line you hit is your blog title.

3. Input this phrase into google IMAGES. Choose an image on the frontpage of the site you land on. That’s your image.

4. Explain how you came by the book, and why.

A Memoir is a deeply disturbing book, by the way.  A long, long, long “It’s not my fault! You would have done the same thing!” in a tone that sounds like that of a kid who got caught being mean at a party. And the sad thing is, Leni’s probably right that most people would do the same…

I bought it at the Chapman University library book sale, for a dollar. Curiosity is worth a dollar to me.

And that’s me for tonight: Signifying nothing intentional, intentionally.

PS: If you random blog using this method, let me know on Twitter. I’m @jeanbarker.

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