“To doubt everything or to believe everything are two equally convenient solutions; both dispense with the necessity of reflection.” — Henri Poincaré
When you pass by a mirror — or, really, any reflective surface — do you find yourself drawn to check up on your appearance? Or do you walk on by like a smooth operator, unconcerned and fancy free? I’ve got this vlog camera on me for a good chunk of the day, so I generally just see what I looked like after the fact during editing. Diana, on the other hand…
Well, I can’t blame her for looking. She is lovely. But I wish she’d use the mirror on her side of the car and not the dreadfully important, accident-avoiding rear view mirror smack dab in the middle upon which I rely to not get us killed when we’re traversing the highways and byways of our fair city!
Or I could just install a periscope in the car?