Sure, you could ask an engineer or designer how an old TV works. But then you'd get a boring, predictable and correct answer. Who wants that? Not me, that's for sure. I'd much rather listen to Bjork tell me exactly what's going on inside a TV, because you're guaranteed to get a much more fantastical and entertaining answer. Is it accurate? Hell no. But is it whimsical to the point of insanity? Yes, yes it is, and I'll take that over accuracy any day. [Geeksugar via Boing Boing Gadgets]
... mmmm. Bjork with bacon.
... I could watch her all day.
... and bacon would make it all perfect.
... we could share the bacon, and play with it, in sunny, fragrant hillside fields of jonquils and lavender.
... and I could listen to her explain the pleasure of bacon, and why she's not afraid of it because she read that Danish bacon book.
... and she could explain many more things about what I like. That would be fine.
... yes, it is xanadu.
... Bjork and bacon.