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World Domination Statistics. [Dec. 1st, 2003|03:30 pm]
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The problem with plans for World Domination is the statistic of 99.99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999% who fail.

'World Domination' is associatied with a stigma, due to the .00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001% who succeed.

Such a task requires perfect planning, timely timing, and favorable fortune.

Time is such a considerable key.


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While Vincent Van Gogh may not have actually planned such outcomes, his actions of paint on canvas led to his dominance and example in art. Decades passed after his death, however, before such notoriety and success would be recognized.

Vincent Van Gogh, however, probably wasn't out to take over the world.

At least, I consider him to be one of the bright spots on those who reached the peak.

Some of us keep the big picture in mind when they work on the little details, because those little steps move closer toward the final destination.
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[User Picture]From: erscarter
2003-12-03 02:28 pm (UTC)
You know I had no idea who Vincent Van Gogh was until I was playing Taboo with a couple of friends and Vicent Van Gogh was one of the Taboo words!? Hehe... well I discovered that he cut his ear off to sent it to his girlfriend! I am SO behind in history, especially art history. I guess you could say success is costly.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2003-12-04 11:35 pm (UTC)
It's okay . . . you'd enjoy Van Gogh.

I went to see the paintings at the DIA about 2 years ago. To see the literal gobs of paint, the emotion and the intricate sense of color involved with his portraits and landscapes, it's literally one of the most beautiful sets of artwork I can imagine.

And they initially laughed at his strange style, which was rather odd and unheard of in terms of the paint gobs and whatnot.

Anyway, you can view everything here:

http://www.vangoghgallery.com/

His paintings are wonderful.
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