Member Since October 1, 2007

If I were to sum up my work in a single sentence, I would probably use most of the sentence in an effort to make it as long a possible while still maintaining a somewhat firm sense of grammar by introducing as many ideas and concepts, however seemingly scattered in arrangement, as absolutely possible such that not only would I loose any hope in clarity but any chance of coherency would suddenly end.

Then I would begin a second attempt to untangle whatever it was I had said, possibly (at the very least) succeeding in achieving an ostensible "equilibrium of concept" but most likely compounding the assumed issue whereby original assertations - and by these I mean those of my supposed intent - are mixed with superfluous addendums to far-from- naturally articulated observations (philosophies or interpretations, if you will), some, if not all, of which were irresolute from the very beginning.