“Learning is the measurement of knowledge before and after.”
I bought a new brand of wet cat food a couple weeks ago.
A little something for Gibbs, to mix in with his kibble. Varieties of salmon, chicken and salmon, and chicken and turkey.
Gibbs seems to be at issue with the latter variety.
Concerning a certain vegetable added to the mix.
“A picture is something that makes invisible its before and after.”
Peas. Gibbs does not like the peas.
It’s plainly visible, the before and after.
He gobbles up the kibble and the meaty mush…
then leaves the peas.
He’s an artist with his mouth, that one.
“Sever the edge between before and after.”
In this case, a green vegetable has been severed.
Or politely spit out.
And I have gained knowledge about which variety to never buy again.
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