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Gordian Algebra

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Genre: Weird
Date Added: 17 March 2008
Last Update: 16 March 2008
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Gordian Algebra is a true story.

I once heard a noted movie director make such a statement. He was at a theater presenting his latest film. This is a true story, he said. The concept recursed into my thoughts, furling and unfurling, asking questions that could only be answered with deeper questions. A true story. How can we define truth? What, in quintessence, is a story? Can it be singular - "a story" - or does it divide fractally into subsystems of equivalent narrative value? For two hours these ideas pulsed through my brain, which proved one thing: the movie really sucked. But I wanted to stick around for the Q&A afterward.

John Lennon said life is what happens while you're busy making other plans. I think philosophy is what happens while you're waiting for the Q&A at the end. What questions should I ask? If I'm loud, will I get called on? Answer these and you brush against genuine truth.

Which reminds me: the movie wasn't a true story. It was barely a story at all. It was a horror-and-cheese sandwich with the crust left on. Not that I have anything against crust, unless it's all tough and chewy. I don't like rubbery crust. Never have.

And yet, though I spent that evening chuckling irony at the poor filmmaker, I'll never forget how he started his presentation before the show. This is a true story. What a dynamite opening line. Way better than that soury gack of a movie. Almost redeemed it, in fact. Almost.

Gordian Algebra is a true story.

Oh yeah. I'm liking the sound of that.

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