Monday, October 20, 2008

A Question.

If the pen is mightier than the sword, what does that make the keyboard?

*I just laughed alittle because I heard Sean Connery say the penis mightier in my head.


Publisher said...

Listen Joe, if that is your real name, the pen is mightier than the sword is something known as an Idiom. That means that its a word or phrase that does not mean what it means literarly but usually is meant in jest or contains many layers to be interpretted. When we say the pen is mightier than the sword we do not mean that if two individuals were to fight, one with a sword and another with a pen, that the one with the pen would actually win. You see sometimes our words are stronger then we think so the pen symbolizes our words and the sword would symbolize some type of 'muscle' like a solidor or a ninja. And just to answer your question, no, you can not defend a ninja with your keyboard.

Anonymous said...

Well no fucking duh.

What I meant was that in our instantly gratifying technological little hands don't you think the keyboard is more powerful than the pen? Putting out political blogs, poetry, stories, propaganda, movies, etc etc etc in fractions of seconds. Not to mention text messages. Instant gratification. Drunk Dialing. Drunk Texting. Same day blogs. Communication that does not require a horse, a car, a van or anything more than a two-inch screen and a two-inch keyboard.

..but thanks for the deffinition, anyway. i love you. or as they say in text talk: "ilu."

lolz rofl g2g ttylz

Publisher said...

did you not here what i said, the ninjas cannot be stopped with keyboards. We're all doomed. Pretty soon it will be walking chinese (Japanese?) "dude, Chinaman is not the preferred nomenclature. Asian-American, please.