Friday, May 15, 2009



Ink. Always in ink. The important things are never done in pencil, always ink. Birth and death certificates, marriage licenses and divorce decrees all finalized in thick, liquid, black ink.

Ink. Always in ink. All errors are marked in ink. Poor grammar, misspelled words, incorrect answers all pointing to failure in heavy, dark, red ink.

Ink. Always in ink. The indecisive ones always weilding the passive color to doodle, sign checks, and make notes. Simple, clean, blue ink.

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