What an incredible thing it was, the marriage of artistic ambition with craftsmanlike discipline.
“Maybe it sounds kinda stupid but, in a way... it’s almost like I’ve always loved you, and I’m pretty sure I always will.“
"I've always loved you, and I'm pretty sure I always will."
Know that the air you breathe, I live to give you, and know that while you live and breathe, you are powerful.
Let me tell you, then, about the time I slew the great big dragon.
I was proof that the great Sun Tzu was right, that the strongest warrior is decided long before the battle begins, and its execution is a mere formality.
While Anselm of Canterbury's famous philosophical nugget was meant for no more than to simply illuminate the splendor of God to the unbelievers of old, someone nonetheless must have imagined as an intellectual curiosity the largest possible human being, one that could not be possibly any bigger if anyone could even try. That intellectual curiosity would nine months later emerge in Barkhamstead, CT.