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Much to Kierkegaard’s surprise, the gods showed up every Tuesday morning to sit on his porch and whittle time.

    TAGS:  Kierkegaard, porch, Tuesday, whittle

When asked about the mess, the gods told Kierkegaard that sweeping was philosopher’s work.

    TAGS:  work, philosophy, gods, Kierkegaard

After he’d finished philosophizing for the day, Soren K. liked to race around town in his convertible, pulling up beside attractive women and telling them, “Hey, baby, it’s subjectively true that you’d like to make a leap of faith on in here to sit beside me.”

    TAGS:  baby, auto, philosophy, Kierkegaard, leap of faith

His Porsche wrapped around a tree, his girl flung into the arms of another man, Kierkegaard grew melancholy.

    TAGS:  Kierkegaard

Dali’s Farm :: Keith

After whittling time on Kierkegaard’s porch, all of the gods enjoyed spending time down on Dali’s farm, except of course, Dalai, on account of the llama.

    TAGS:  Kierkegaard, llamas, Dalai, whittling, Salvador Dali, porch


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