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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr09Post.mp4 It's hard to communicate without using metaphors. Words themselves are metaphors. Auditory representations of mental pictures. One simple description can mean many things to many people. If I say: "Yesterday I saw a cute girl in the park with her dog." This sounds very specific. But every person who reads that will have a different idea of what each tangible nouns looks like. Even the ones that aren't mentioned. You'll imagine a pretty girl. You'll imagine a dog. You'll imagine a park.
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept11Post.mp4 When I was in elementary school, we had a dog. He was trained just enough. He LOVED to run. I learned how to get him to pull me on my skateboard. It'd scream at him, he'd start running, and off we'd go. Of course, sometimes he'd go too fast for me to keep up. Or he'd take off running before I was ready. He pulled me crashing to the ground plenty of times. Probably the funniest was when I was on my bike. Just cruising along. Not even holding the handle bars. We passed this intersection.