Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by AI IS GOD, Dec 30, 2008.
Who might that be?
One of these guys (as you can see in the pic, AI didn't get there by playing D)
Those pictures always creep me out. It's like the guy is levitating. Very weird.
That says AI to the 2nd unit. I think he would excel, rip would drive us nuts with his poor ball handling.
Where does the Rip + AI combo rank??? That is the big question.
You know who else can levitate? Pavel Datsyk. They also both went and saw Dr. Rahmani. Coincidence?
What I picture right now is a darken tent and a song playing in the background. There are three people in the middle. Two are introducing the eventual changing of events. Each has a favorite direction and each has their players about to be selected by the MC. This will be the most difficult decision the MC will ever have to make: he must choose who plays in the main ring.
The background song by Peggy Lee and the title of the song: Is That All There Is?
YouTube - Is That All There Is?
The lyrics of this existentialist song are written from the point of view of a person who is disillusioned with events in life that are supposed unique experiences. The singer tells the story of when she saw her family's house on fire when she was a little girl, when she saw the circus and when she fell in love for the first time. After each story, she expresses her disappointment in each experience. She suggests that we "break out the booze and have a ball — if that's all — there is", instead of worrying about life. She also explains that she'll never kill herself either because she knows that death will be a disappointment as well.
The song was inspired by the story "Disillusionment" by Thomas Mann, written in 1896. The narrator in Mann's story tells the same stories of when he was a child.
One difference between the story and the song is that the narrator in Mann's story finally has a sensation to feel free when he sees the sea for the first time and laments for a sea without a horizon. Most of the lyrics of the chorus are actually spoken in the story.
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