Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Nietzsche Family Circus

In the ever-expanding quest for conceptual novelty, featured the uniquely odd pairing below:

For some reason, the randomized combination of existentialist ramblings of Friedrich Nietzsche with the playful characters of the Family Circus really amuses me.

It's much better than the actual Family Circus comic.

Some favorites:

"There are no eternal facts,
as there are no absolute truths."

"You have evolved from worm to man,
but much within you is still worm.
Once you were apes,
yet even now Man is more of an ape
than any of the apes."

"Truths are illusions
which we have forgotten are illusions."

No comments: