10/16/2009

All have won and all may have prizes

Dodo bird hypothesis is important for our evolution.




"all have won and all may have prize"
In Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865), at a certain point a number of characters become wet. In order to dry themselves, the Dodo decided to issue a competition. Everyone was to run around the lake until they were dry. Nobody cared to measure how far each person had run, nor how long. When they asked the Dodo who had won, he thought long and hard and then said "Everybody has won and all must have prizes."



WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
Hell yes!
I cannot wait to Friday!!

1 comment:

somedaynewyorker said...

I love that Alice in Wonderland drawing. His work is so inspiring.