Punctum Inc. Seedpod
Bendigo, 18 - 23 June, 2012
We are very proud to present ROARAWAR FEARTATA’s Small Catastrophe’s preliminary findings. As the future unfolds, so do our challenges including the small catastrophes along the way. Successfully embracing our changing environments is the pathway to a positive outlook. Drawing from the Bendogolian community’s own view and small catastrophisms, this data is beyond the exclusive official council reports documenting this great city’s demographicalities.
16.63% believe these reactions are not appropriate whilst a whopping 83.37% do.
80% ruminate upon this tiny cultural disability, whilst 20% do so regularly.
40% believe there is no chance they dreamt their mild cultural inadequacies, whilst 20% evenly believe this is but a daydream, possible but unlikely or not unlikely.
I dreamt I remember it was a bad dream. Me and my friends were all playing left for dead, then I was Australia’s best coffee roaster. Then I went to Japan and bought a live Pokeman. I might as well have taken acid. I was a Pokeman trainer and I got attacked by everything. I don’t even remember playing Pokemon. I fell off a tower but I never landed, no I don’t have any dreams.
And once again 50% of these incidences occurred Wednesdays or Fridays before 9am and after 5pm.
Furthermore, the duration of these incidental culinary misadventures was 50% each way between 5-20 minutes and on-going.
50% muttered rebukes while the other half rolled their eyes.
50% never think about the incident whilst the other 50% occasionally do.
50% believed there was no chance daydreaming occurred whilst 50% also possibly daydreamt. It was, however, unlikely.
I dreamt of an old Victorian house.
25% are conflicted with this metaphysical dilemma on either Thursday or Saturday, whilst 50% are predictably troubled Sundays.
66.2/3% are cosmologically fraught at 10am and 33.1/3% after 5pm.
66.2/3% believe there is no chance they were daydreaming when this incidental transcendentalism occurred whilst 33.1/3% are convinced such mildly catastrophic mysterium tremendum et fascinans was nothing but a daydream!
Difficulty remembering dreams. There was an intruder in the house stealing paintings mounted to the wall. And I told them to go away. They didn’t so I tried to trip them and thenmy wife woke up because I kicked her. And then I woke up going to a party with 400 people. OUR DREAMS ARE TALES TOLD IN DIM EDEN.
12.483% of total 24 participating respondents registered small catastrophic relationships evenly spread out at 33.1/3% across the classifications of incidental, collegiate and unauthorized.
100% were adamant these were appropriate.
66.2/3% occasionally ruminated upon their brief bout of relational misfortune whilst the other 33.1/3% do so “not very often”.
66.2/3% of these purport no chance of daydreaming, whilst 33.1/3% realised their microscopic relational regret was a daydream.
Unexpectedly intimate with a close friend I dreamt about 360 degrees and slept with the sunny cow girls.
100% believe all their responses were appropriate.
20% of respondents they think of the incident either never, very often or all the time whilst 40% believe not very often.
100% of small catastrophants believe there is no chance they were daydreaming when such incidences occurred.
Colourfully, there I was, putting crumpets in the toaster, rainbow and lollipops eaten by a Tyrannosaurus Rex made of ants. This one time was at … no, that didn’t happen.
37.5% have their meteorological catastrophes Monday, 25% Thursday and Fridays and 12.5% weekly.
27.16% experience this meteorological small catastrophism before 9am or after 5pm. Another 18.16% at 4pm and 9.16% at 12-3 & 4pm or daily.
75% of people taking issue with the climate believe definitively that they were not daydreaming. 25% think daydreaming might have been a possibility.
100% of Bendogolian’s believe these are appropriate and evenly across the board 25% believe they think about their meteorological grievances either not very often, occasionally, regularly or very often.
Never remember my dreams. I have no dreams just walking, long, long road, no exits, no pathways, distant horizons, sunshine, no clouds, just walking. Walking. I was on a boat. I don’t remember my dreams.