Björk, Raschke, and Whiskers on Kittens: the need for absurdity

This was by far a daftly and strangely enough, salving evening, inspired by el illustrious professorial Raschke:

When propriety is less significant, less pressurized in one’s life, what may come? I want to be with people, places, and things in which an instigation of lively, absurdly, and sweetly childish gestures peek out from behind our disguises with joy and an embrace of creativity–however foolish it may seem.

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