It is too easy for something like peace poles to appear to be an insubstantial fringe. So I make peace poles that legitimize the message, peace poles that are wide and tall and made of materials that exude substance and endurance, peace poles that will last long enough to be a legacy.What a relief. I was getting so sick and tired of peace poles that "appeared to be an insubstantial fringe." I'm so happy that this one not only will "legitimize the message," but will be wide and tall and made of copper.
Thursday, April 13, 2006
pentagonal, copper, peace pole
That is what is being installed in my school's Jeffersonian quadrangle. Can you think of anything better to spend thirteen hundred and seventy dollars on? I can't. Not only will it look great, but it can be used (if it please God) for Tether Ball too. The website very reassuringly asserts that the pentagonal, copper, peace pole is "made by an artist." Here is a particularly informative quote (from "an artist"?):
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