They handled it well, as I imagine anyone creating artwork of that nature would.
I realize the point of the thing is compassion and patience....but I wanna smack the shit out of the moron parent that let the kid do that.
Ahhhh.....now I am at peace.
Who lets your kid run around unsupervised in what I am assuming is some sort of transit terminal any fucking way?
Union Station's actually a museum now.
If there's one thing I've learned from Kim Stanley Robinson novels, it's that Buddhists would make for seriously awesome neighbors.
Needs more glue.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
Good thing they're Buddhists, as they can interpret this as it teaches them hard work and patience. I doubt the parents of that brat will do the same.
Yeah, fuck that toddler for being a toddler.
Never before have I wanted to smack someone as hard as I do this kid's parents.
What hick town were they in that they felt the need to subtitle that monk's perfectly understandable Engli...
Oh, Missouri. Nevermind..
Missouri's not a town dipshit.
The best part is how they switch to the fat white lady with vacant eyes to explain the impermanence thing.
HU- a flash of enlightenment!
If everything's impermanent, why do they get so worked up about restoring Tibetan sovereignty? Wouldn't making mandalas for cash to pay for political causes trap you in an endless cycle of attachment and worldly desire? I must retire and meditate on this Truth.
You could show movies on that woman's forehead.
The monks learned another valuable lesson that night. Now they post a monk by the painting at all times. A monk with a cattle prod.
lol i betcha that toddler was waiting for them to leave again
|j lzrd / swift idiot |
Man, I need to get me one of those unsupervised toddlers, maybe three of 'em. We'd go to museums and I'd leave them all without telling them.
Abstract freakin' Expressionism! .....Werd.
|Pie Boy |
Somewhere, Jackson Pollock's corpse is wanking to this.
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