A sound is meaningless if there is no one around to hear it. In like way, no love can be called true unless it is shared.
(Sigh). All my brain can come up with right now is one-liners.
In other news, "Spartacus: Vengeance" is filling up my hours. Watched the first five episodes, and I figure they are milking the same themes from the two previous series. Crixus is the lover denied (as Spartacus was), while Glaber is the ambitious Roman (replacing Batiatus). Spartacus is no longer a human being; he is merely a force of nature. His already paper-thin character has even been sliced more finely from cardboard to wrapping paper. No inner conflicts there, just a quote machine on the nature of freedom.
Wouldn't want to ruin it for the fans who haven't started on the series, but one thing is for sure - the violence is gratuitous, excessive even. Designed for the lowest common denominator.
There goes my oxygen break.