Sex & God & Rock & Roll
It is very sad. I love the rovers.
Oh my God... beyond sad and very theological. Not in a good way.
oh dear, that is absolutely heartrending.
Wonderful metaphor for consumer capitalism...need some help here with the theological interpretations...
The longing for heaven - for union with God, the not-knowing if one did something wrong, the emptiness and loss.Maybe it is a Lenten cartoon, the desert?
But we know the rover is NEVER going home. So is this about a deist belief in a god that set things going and then removed herself from the equation?
This is too sad (and true) for words. Thanks for highlighting it.
A Wall*E/Laika mash-up.God only knows I've projected sentience (or at least emotions) on inanimate objects (still miss my little Honda, "Rebound").But ya know, I really don't THINK the rovers are sentient? (Whereas I'm still haunted, days later, by that Haitian dog MP posted). Let's honor the creators of the rovers (FAR exceeding their "shelf-life"!), and move on... [Feeding hungry people and dogs, protecting habitat for all the species we share this planet with]
I too found that deeply sad.