Did you hear any "Oh Yeah!"s or any "Brother"s in there…Clearly this kid is channeling the Ultimate Warrior.
Just when you think you have all the answers I go ahead and change the questions!!!
tosh.o response or so it appears
Repetition (Danish:Gjentagelsen) is a book by the 19th century Danish philosopher SÃ¸ren Kierkegaard and published on October 16, 1843 under the pseudonym Constantin Constantius.
Repetition is the story told by Constantin Constantius as he attempts to repeat a memorable trip by stage coach to see the Opera in Berlin but finds that he cannot recapture the feelings and experiences that he had the first time. Because so much of life depends on random, accidental happenings, past events cannot be precisely recreated. But the desire to repeat the past necessarily creates different experiences.
The dynamic of our relationship with this backward and forward nature of experience are central themes. Recollection is characterized as the melancholic feelings we have associated with the past that we know cannot be repeated and that often immobilize us; whilst repetition is the act and will to live forward. In recollection we place ourselves at the tragic end and we have no hope or desire. Hope and desire for novelty is merely restlessness between past and present. But repetition is profoundly and courageously living in the present. Thus for Kierkegaard repetition is philosophically and otherwise essential.
“…he who does not grasp that life is a repetition and that this is the beauty of life has pronounced his own verdict and deserves nothing better than what will happen to him anyway - he will perish.”
How bout them dawgs? PISS ON’EM!