What was Hieronymus Thinking?

It's Tuesday, which makes it International Play '80s Games Day. (You know you've been looking for an excuse.) This day is brought to us by International_______Day newbie Jessica of Jessica's Journal.


I've been reviewing Trailers I saw in the Theatre last week. Yesterday was Part 2, where I reviewed
FRED CLAUS
ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS
THE GAME PLAN
SUPERBAD (the only one of this group that looks good)

I kept most of the good trailers for Part 3, where we look at the Trailers
BALLS OF FURY
I AM LEGEND
ELIZABETH 2: THE GOLDEN AGE
THE GOLDEN COMPASS
UNTITLED 1-18-08 JJ ABRAMS PROJECT


After last Thursday's Renaissance post, a lively discussion took place in the Comments. Feel free to read it if so inclined. I mention this because after so many false starts the Empire of the Mind is finally getting rolling! However, we have decided to allow continuous applications. There is a link over on the right. Check it out if you are one of those people who likes to think and be challenged, and maybe you'll want to give it a try.


For some reason I feel it is important that you know the TOP TEN TOPPINGS YOU CAN PUT ON YOUR SALAD. (It is a definitive list, so while I understand your disappointment, please don't complain if your favorite was not included.)

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Finally today, something completely different. I want you to look at the following painting by good friend of the Hyperion Institute Hieronymus Bosch. Click on the picture if you need to to give you more detail. Then, as I know you've been itching to do, tell us in the Comments exactly what the heck is going on. There will be a prize for the best description, so be creative and detailed. (I haven't decided yet who the judges will be, so if you would like to be a judge email me.)

Good luck and remember: Hieronymus frequently visits The Hyperion Institute, so don't leave any description you'd be ashamed to have him see.

Selah.


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